Stamp depicts Boeing 707, chemical apparatus, and heavy oxygen isotopes.
Stamp depicts aspects of chemistry and related sciences. The design depicting a laboratory vessel is illustrative of the scientific equipment used widely for research in the chemical industry. A representative chemical…
- 1922 – 1936
Nine small postage stamps in various denominations issued in commemoration of the 100th anniversary of the birth of Louis Pasteur in 1922. The large semipostal stamp was issued in 1936 and includes a surtax for the…
First Day Cover commemorating United Nations efforts for the cessation of nuclear testing and preservation of humanity
Cachet and stamp depict a mushroom cloud from a nuclear weapons test. Cachet was created by Fleetwood and the stamp was commissioned by the United Nations Postal Administration. Postmark depicts the United Nations…
Cachet depicts Frederick Banting and Charles Best with a description of how they isolated and refined insulin as an independent hormone.
- Artist Ray Webber
- Contributor British American Bank Note Company
- Subject Science on postage stamps, Banting, Frederick Grant, Sir, 1891-1941, First day covers (Philately), Physicians, Postage stamps, University of Toronto, Medical scientists, Nobel Prize winners, Canada, Best, Charles Herbert, 1899-1978, Cachets (Philately), and Commemorative postage stamps
Cachet depicts chemical apparatus used in the petroleum industry. Stamp depicts Paul Sabatier, "founder of catalytic chemistry."
Cachet includes two depictions of Lord Rutherford and text, "World Famous Scientist Pioneering in Radioactivity and Nuclear Physics." The research program in the field of radioactivity undertaken by Rutherford at…
Stamp depicts a profile of Marie Curie along with various scientific instruments.
- Artist Lambert, Perrette
- Engraver Pheulpin, Jean
- Subject Chemists, Science on postage stamps, Monaco, Women in science, Commemorative postage stamps, Physicists, Postage stamps, Nobel Prize winners, Women chemists, Women scientists, Women physicists, Women in physics, Curie, Marie, 1867-1934, and Women in chemistry