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Canadian Chemical Industry

Stamp Info

Name Value
Date of Issue June 7, 1956
Year 1956
Denomination
25¢
Perforation or Dimension 12
Printer Canadian Bank Note Company, Limited.
Postal Administration Canada

Stamp Values/Prices (Beta Mode*)

Condition Name Avg Price
M-NH-VF Mint - Never Hinged - Very Fine
Mint - Never Hinged - Very Fine $1.60
U-VF Used - Very Fine
Used - Very Fine $0.15
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Hidden Date

This stamp has a hidden date in the bottom-right corner.

Interesting Details

This stamp has the initial of the designer in the top-left corner. The initial P belongs to Alan L. Pollock.

About Stamp

These two stamps feature two significant secondary industries of Canada. The 20-cent stamp replaced the 1952 issue of the same denomination. The 25-cent stamp is a new denomination; in fact, this is the first time that Canada has ever issued a 25-cent postage stamp. Apart from paying registration and postage charges, the 25-cent stamps may be used to prepay charges on overseas mail to certain destinations.

Canadian Chemical Industry

The design depicting a laboratory vessel is illustrative of the scientific equipment used widely for research in the chemical industry. A representative chemical plant appears in the lower part of the glass container. Glass tubing extending from the vessel encloses at enlarged ends a head of wheat to represent agriculture and a symbolic industrial plant. This design emphasizes the significance of chemistry in our daily lives and in the nation's development.

Creators

Designed by Alan L. Pollock. Modeled by Herman Herbert Schwartz.
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Reference

Patrick, Douglas and Mary Patrick. Canada's Postage Stamps. Toronto, McClelland and Stewart Limited, 1964, p. 105.

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