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Typography and the postage stamp (4)

This continues an earlier  discussion to be found here.

What interests me about this example (from the UK of 1993) are not so much the stamps – though they are of value too – but the headline – A R T.

The A is letter cut; the R is brush letter; while the T is in wood. A nice and, perhaps, rare combination.

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