This is the second of the two-part feature on Jed’s Periodic Collection of Philippine Stamps. Periodic means “as they are released”, and once again, I am posting the stamps in chronological order. Part one has 25 photos filled with images of political, social, cultural and economic importance. This part has 24 images dominated by politics, culture and sports and the recurring Anti-TB Semi-Postals. The last item makes me think of the state of TB (tuberculosis) awareness in the 1960’s.
The stand-out stamps for me are the Presidential Gem Series (because I like half of the featured presidents which includes my favorite president), Philippine Folk Dances (because they depict Filipino grace at its finest and the highlighted dances are innately Filipino), Philippine Musical Instruments and Philippine Animals. Check out Tourist Publicity and Tourist Type of 1970. They are the embodiment of how we wish we and our tourist destinations look like. *Sigh*
Philippine Stamps: Presidential Gem Series with Manuel A. Roxas, Ramon Magsaysay, Elpidio Quirino, Emilio Aguinaldo, Jose P. Laurel, and Manuel L. Quezon.
Philippine Stamps: 1963 Anti-TB Semi-Postal, Asian-Oceanic Postal Union, Red Cross Centenary, Socio-Economic Program, and President Adolfo Lopez Mateo State Visit.
Philippine Stamps: Philippine Folk Dances (Tinikling, Pandanggo sa Ilaw, Itik-Itik, and Singkil), Setenant Blocks of Philippine Folk Dances, Andres Bonifacio Centenary, and Freedom from Hunger.
Philippine Stamps: Las Piñas Bamboo Organ and Apolinario Mabini Centenary.
Philippine Stamps: 1964 Anti-TB Semi-Postal, SEATO, Agricultural Land Reform Code, President Luebke State Visit, and Meteorological Service.
Philippine Stamps: 1964 Olympic Games (Perforated and Imperforate), John F. Kennedy, King and Queen of Thailand State Visit, and Princess Beatrix of Netherlands.
Philippine Stamps: 1965 Anti-TB Semi-Postal, 400th Anniversary of the Christianization of the Philippines and Souvenir Sheet for 4th Centennial of the Christianization of the Philippines.
Philippine Stamps: MAPILINDO, Asian Cycling Championship, Marcos-Lopez Inauguration, Antonio Regidor, Girl Scout of the Philippines and President Marcos Oath Taking.
Philippine Stamps: Manila Official Seal, Philippine National Bank and Souvenir Sheet of Philippine National Bank, Postal Savings Bank, and 1966 Manila Summit Conference.
Philippine Stamps: Battle of Bataan 25th Anniversary, Emergency Issue, 1967 Anti-TB Semi-Postal, and Battle of Corregidor 25th Anniversary.
Philippine Stamps: 65th Anniversary of the Bureau of Post, Taal Volcano Eruption Victims, 1967 Christmas Issue, Philippine-China Friendship, Makati Commercial Center Post Office, and 1968 Surcharged Stamps.
Philippine Stamps: Felipe G. Calderon Birth Centenary, 2nd Taal Volcano Eruption Issue, Philcomcast-POTC Earth Station, Philippine Tobacco Industry, and Philippine Musical Instruments.
Philippine Stamps: Centenary of La Concordia College, 1968 Christmas Issue, Philippine Animals, and Emilio Aguinaldo Centenary.
Philippine Stamps: 50th Anniversary of the Manila Rotary Club, Jose M. Panganiban, 1968 Philatelic Week, Claro M. Recto, Jose Rizal College Golden Jubilee, 4th National Boy Scout Jamboree, and League of Red Cross Societies.
Philippine Stamps: Rice for Progress, Sto. Niño de Leyte, 1969 Anti-TB Semi-Postal, Development Bank of the Philippines New Building, and Philippine Butterflies.
Philippine Stamps: Universal Children’s Day, 25th Anniversary of the Landing of America’s Liberation Forces in Leyte and Cultural Center of the Philippines.
Philippine Stamps: 1969 Philatelic Week (Setenant Block and Separated) and Tandang Sora 50th Death Anniversary.
Philippine Stamps: Philippines Semi-Postal Stamps Birds (1969) ans Julia V de Ortigas and TB Society Building.
Philippine Stamps: Iligan Steel Mills and Previous Issues Surcharged (1970).
Philippine Stamps: Emblem (1970) and Sea Shells (1970).
Philippine Stamps: Tourist Publicity (1970) and Mariano Ponce (1970).
Philippine Stamps:Pacific Travel Association (1971).
Philippine Stamps: Tourist Type of 1970 (1971).
Philippine Stamps: Appearance of Our Lady of Guia (1971), Regidor Issue Surcharged (1971), Radar with Map (1972) and Digestive Tract (1972).
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