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Schnauzers are very fortunate to have a variety of lovely stamps and cards to build a collection around.
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Schnauzer 
stamp from Afghanistan

An incredible Schnauzer stamp issued by Afghanistan in 2003.
Afghanistan is a mountainous land-locked country located in Central Asia. It has a history and culture that goes back over 5000 years. Throughout its long, splendid, and sometimes chaotic history, this area of the world has been known by various names. In ancient times, its inhabitants called the land Aryana. In the medieval era, it was called Khorasan, and in modern times, its people have decided to call it Afghanistan. The exact population of Afghanistan is unknown, however, it is estimated to be somewhere around 21-26 million. It is slightly smaller than Texas. They have cold winters and hot summers. Some current issues are limited fresh water resources, inadequate supplies of potable water, overgrazing and deforestation.The capital is Kabul. The majority of the population continues to suffer from insufficient food, clothing, housing, and medical care, problems exacerbated by military operations and political uncertainties.
Afghanistan -- SOLD OUT


Schnauzer 
stamp from Amurskaya Schnauzer 
stamp from Amurskaya

Beyond barter and shuttle trade, the best long-term economic prospects for Amurskaya territory appear to be farming, food processing and packaging, as well as timber, and mining. Amurskaya is located in Russia, in the south of the Far East. More than one-third of the population live in the rural area. Since 1933 the death rate is higher than the birth rate. Due to the negative natural increase and migration from the region the total population of Amurskaya is intensely decreasing.
Schnauzer Amurskaya Stamp(left)... $5.95 each Click Here to Order 
Schnauzer Amurskaya (left)
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Schnauzer Amurskaya Stamp(right)

Schnauzer 
stamp from Angola

This stamp was issued by Angola in 2000.
Angola is in Africa near the Congo and on the Atlantic Coast. Portuguese is the official language of the government and business, but only about 42 percent of the population of 10 million is literate, 56 percent of males and 28 percent of females. The current issues facing the country are overuse of pastures and subsequent soil erosion attributable to population pressures; desertification; deforestation of tropical rain forest, in response to both international demand for tropical timber and to domestic use as fuel, resulting in loss of biodiversity; soil erosion contributing to water pollution and siltation of rivers and dams; inadequate supplies of potable water. Angola is a developing country at war, and civil unrest has been ongoing since the country's 1975 independence from Portugal.
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Schnauzer Angola 1  Stamp

Schnauzer 
stamp from Angola

This stamp was also issued by Angola in 2000.
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Schnauzer Angola 2  Stamp(

Schnauzer 
stamp from Azerbayjan

Azerbaijan is on the west side of the Caspian Sea, next to Armenia and just north of Iran. Its tragic civil war has kept it in the news for some time. The wonderful stamp above was issued in 1998.
With the collapse of the Soviet empire, we are given the opportunity to have diverse new countries issuing attractive new topical stamps.
Nakhichevan is a Russian state that borders Azerbaijan. It's capital is extremely old, dated by some archaeologists to about 1500 BC. Armenian tradition ascribes the founding of the city to Noah.
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Schnauzer Azerbaijan Stamp(

Schnauzer 
stamp from Benin

Present day Benin was the site of Dahomey, a prominant West African kingdom that rose in the 15th century. The territory became a French Colony in 1872 and achieved independence on Autust 1, 1960, as the Republic of Benin. A succession of military Governments ended in 1972 with the rise to powere of Mathieu KEREKOU and the establishment of a government based on Marxist-Leninist principles. A move to representative government began in 1989. Two years later, free elections ushered in former Prime Minister Nicephor SOGLO as presdent, marking the first successful transfer of power in Africa from a dictatorship to a democracy. KEREKOU was returned to power by elections held in 1996 and 2001, though some irregularities were alleged.
The climate is tropical, hot, humid in south; semiarid in north; mostly flat terrain with some hills and low mountains; they have some envronmental issues such as inadequate supplies of potable water, and poaching of wildlife. The official capital is Porto-Novo; Cotonou is the seat of government.
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Schnauzer Benin Stamp(

Schnauzer 
stamp from Buriatia

Buriatia is in southern Siberia near Lake Baykal on the Mongolian border and such the Buryat people are Buddhists as well.
The collapse of the Soviet Union has created a gold mine for stamp collectors. The local governments have issued some wonderful stamps in an effort to sell them to the world market and not even have to provide the associated service of mailing letters with them. This is a real boon when you see such lovely examples as this stamp put out by Buriatia.
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Schnauzer Buriata Stamp(

Schnauzer 
stamp from Chuvashia

Chuvashia borders both of Russia’s European and Asian regions along one of the major tributaries of the Volga River. Chuvashia’s hops production and the locals’ love of beer has earned the republic the nickname of "Russia’s Bavaria." Chuvash people are Turkish; strangely they are not Muslim but Christian orthodox. This stamp was issued in 1999 by Chuvashia.
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Schnauzer Chuvashia Stamp

Schnauzer 
stamp from Congo Schnauzer 
stamp from Congo

These stamps were issued by the Republic of Congo in 2002. The Congo is situated in west central Africa astride the equator. Its area is nearly three times that of Pennsylvania. Most of the inland is tropical rain. It is a dictatorship. After the Portuguese located the Congo River in 1482, commerce was carried on with the tribes, especially the slave trade. During Worl War II the colony joined Chad in supporting the Free French cause against the Vichy government. The Congo proclaimed its independence without leaving the French Community in 1960, calling itself the Republic of Congo.
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Schnauzer Republic of Congo (left)
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Schnauzer Republic of Congo Stamp (right)

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Schnauzer 
stamp from Germany

Was issued in 1995 by Germany. Germany is located in Central Europe, bordering the Baltic Sea and the North Sea, between the Netherlands and Poland, south of Denmark. It is slightly smaller than Montana. The climate is temperate and marine; cool, cloudy, wet winters and summers. The terrain consists of lowlands in north, uplands in center, Bavarian Alps in south. It has natural hazards of flooding. Some current issues: emissions from coal-burning utilities and industries contribute to air pollution; acid rain, resulting from sulfur dioxide emissions, is damaging forests; pollution in the Baltic Sea form raw sewage and industrial effluents from rivers in eastern Germany. The religions: Protestant 34%. Roman Catholic 34%, Muslim 3.7% other 28.3%. The language is German. The capital is Berlin.
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Schnauzer Germany Stamp 1

Schnauzer 
stamp from Germany

This stamp was put out in 1976 by Germany. A totally different rendition.
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Schnauzer Germany 2 Stamp

Schnauzer 
stamp from Ghana

Ghana is a nation on the western side of Africa, surrounded by the Ivory Coast, Togoland and the Upper Volta.
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Schnauzer Ghana  Stamp

Schnauzer 
stamp from Guernsey

Like the rest of the Channel Islands, Guernsey is steeped in history. Up to 6,500BC, the islands were in fact part of the French mainland until the Ice Age came to an end. Discoveries in the 20th century have shown evidence of mankind dating back to 5,000 BC (New Stone Age) when tribes, possibly from Spain moved here. All around Guernsey are traces of neolithic man, including defensive earth works, menhirs and dolmens. There are burial chambers built above the ground and several survive in remarkably good condition.
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Schnauzer Guernsey  Stamp

Schnauzer 
stamp from Guyana

Guyana is a little country, which lies on the North Eastern shoulder of South America near the equator. Said to be the legendary El Dorado, Guyana is the only English-speaking country located in South America. The name 'Guyana' is derived from an Amerindian word meaning; land of many waters - and indeed it is a land of many waters- with three mighty rivers and many tributaries, creeks and waterfalls.
The British founded Guyana in 1781. It passed for a while to the French, who largely rebuilt it, and in 1784 to the Dutch, who called the capital Stabroek. Regaining control in 1812, the British government renamed it British Guiana. In 1966 it became an independent Guyana.
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Schnauzer Guyana  Stamp

Schnauzer 
stamp from Kalmykia Schnauzer 
stamp from Kalmykia

Kalmykia is a republic within the Russian Federation. The Kalmyks settled the Volga River region in the seventeenth century. A Mongol people, they were originally Buddhist in faith. Annexed to Russian in 1771, a Kalmyk Autonomous Province was created by the Bolsheviks in 1920. This was abolished during the Second World War, when, in common with many other ethnic minorities, the Kalmyks were deemed to have displayed insufficient enthusiasm for fighting for Communism. The customary mass deportations followed. An Autonomous Republic was re-established in 1958.
Schnauzer Kalmykia(left) 2001... $5.95 each Click Here to Order 
Schnauzer Kalmykia (left) 2001
Schnauzer Kalmykia Stamp(right) 1999... $5.95 each Click Here to Order 
Schnauzer Kalmykia Stamp(right)  1999

Schnauzer 
stamp from Kalmykia Schnauzer 
stamp from Osettia

The economy in Russia since the break up of the Soviet Union has such high inflation that stamps that were previously issued are not of enough value to mail a letter any more, so to remedy the situation, the local Post Offices have taken blocks of five "old" printed stamps and overprinted them with a new image and a new value. The Schnauzer shown above on the right is one of these "Russian Overprints" from Osettia. These stamps come in a set of five different colored stamps all with the same overprint. Last time that I got in some overprints, I assumed that they would remain available. I was wrong and I never saw more copies of those. I expect these to be equally as rare and collectable. There is no telling how many of the overprints they produced (not many), since they were never designed to be sold on the world market. They are of value only for a short while until the actual stamps can be printed. The stamp on the left was ultimately issued by Kalmykia with the Schnauzer image from the overprint from Osettia.
I found some very interesting information when searching for a history of Ossetia. It lies near the Black Sea in the Russian region of Georgia. Today’s 700,000 North and South Ossetians are herdsmen and horsemen, probably descended from the Scythian warrior nomads of ancient Greek times.
Like the first settlers of Yorkshire they use the word ‘Don’ for river and, like the people of Ossett, they chose the fleece as an emblem. A fleece also appears at the center of Ossett's coat of arms.
Is there a connection? Some versions of the Greek legend of Jason and the Argonauts tell us that on his long homeward voyage Jason took the Golden Fleece by river journey from the Black Sea to the North Sea – a route well known to the Vikings who are thought to have founded Ossett. In addition, Ossett is a Viking place name that may mean 'Osla's seat' or 'ridge camp'. Did Vikings found Ossetia? Perhaps. In the meantime, the local government of both North Ossetia and South Ossetia have issued a few fascinating stamps and souvenir sheets, including this set of 5 overprints.

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Schnauzer Kalmykia 3 (left)
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Schnauzer Ossettia Overprint set of 5(right)

Schnauzer 
stamp from Karakalpakia

Karakalpakia, now under the domain of Uzbekistan, is on the edge of the shrinking Aral Sea, which has recently revealed a shocking scale of environmentally induced disease. Women and children are most severely affected from the spread of pesticides and other pollutants as the lake - once the fourth largest in the world - has turned into a desert, its waters siphoned off to irrigate vast cotton fields and rice paddies in Central Asia. Over 20 per cent of the young women, aged 13-19, have kidney disease, and another 23 per cent suffer from thyroid dysfunctions. And many women have high levels of lead, zinc and strontium in their blood. Although the Aral Sea probably has less than 10 years of life left, if nothing is done to salvage what remains of it, the 1.1 million residents of Karakalpakia are under immediate health threats. If nothing is done to improve the health of the people we may be witnessing the end of another entire society as a result of human folly.

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Schnauzer Karakalpakia

Schnauzer 
stamp from Karelia

The Republic of Karelia is a remarkably beautiful land of white nights, boundless forests, and blue lakes. It is located on the border of Western and Eastern Europe, on the border of cultures and religions. Severe beauty of its nature, the climate, not too favourable in these latitudes, the coexistence and intermingling of various peoples inhabiting this land for centuries all that conditioned the character of the people living here: very laconic, self-assured, contemplative, and tolerant people. It also accounts for the fact that there is no national strife and terrorism in this land.
This stamp was issued in 2000.
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Schnauzer Karelia

Schnauzer 
stamp from Karelia

This is another lovely stamp put out by Karelia.
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Schnauzer Karelia 2

Schnauzer 
stamp from Komi

The Komi Republic is situated in the extreme North-East part of Russia. It is a multinational state, since the population of Komi Republic is estimated at 1.2 million citizen and consists of 100 nationalities. The Komi Republic is now a democratic legal state included into the Russian Federation. The republic has unique stocks of mineral resources thanks to their location, diversity and quality.
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Schnauzer Komi

Schnauzer 
stamp from Koriakia

Koriakia and Kolyma Region, going southwest we cross huge ecotone between artic tundra and boreal forests. Zonal vegetation here is very specific unique for the world thickets of Siberian Dwarf Pine. The Pines produce cones with nuts and are the intial component for a lot of food chains. The weather in summer is mainly good, however sometimes in chilly evenings it is more comfortable in a sweater; also need in warm weather rain clothes and high rubber boots in most areas. problems are mosquitos and ticks. Local Russians take vaccines against these.
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Schnauzer Koriakia

Schnauzer 
stamp from Mali

Landlocked in West Africa, straddling the Sahara, Mali is one of the poorest and most remote nations of the world.

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Schnauzer Mali

Schnauzer 
stamp from Micronesia

In 1525 Portuguese navigators in search of the Spice Islands (Indonesia) came upon Yap and Ulithi, now in Micronesia. Spanish expeditions later made the first European contact with the rest of the Caroline Islands. Spain claimed sovereignty over the Caroline Islands until 1899. At that time, Spain withdrew from its Pacific insular areas and sold its interests to Germany, except for Guam which became a US insular area. Japan took over during World War II and by the War's conclusion most infrastructure had been laid waste by bombing, and the islands and people had been exploited by the Japanese Military to the point of impoverishment. After the war, the United Nations set up a trust that was administered by the US. On July 12, 1978 the people voted in a referendum to form a Federation under the Constitution of the Federated States of Micronesia.

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Schnauzer Micronesia

Schnauzer 
stamp from Monaco

Economic development was spurred in the late 19th century with a railroad linkup to France and the opening of a casino. Since then, the principality's mild climate, splendid scenery, and gambling facilities have made Monaco world famous as a tourist and recreation center. Monaco is located in western Europe, bordering the Mediterranean Sea on the southern coast of France, near the border of Italy. It is about three times the size of The Mall in Washington DC. It has no natural resources and no natural hazards. It is the second smallest independent state in the world (after Holy See); almost entirely urban with a population of about 31,987. Its official language is French, with English, Italian and Monegasque. It is a constitutional monarchy. Its independence was in 1419 (beginning of the rule by the House of Grimaldi). The Chief of State: Prince RAINIER III (since 9 May 1949); Heir Apparent Prince ALBERT Alexandre Louis Pierre, son of the Monarch (born 14 March 1958). There are no elections, the monarchy is hereditary. Monaco does not have an embassy in the US.
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Schnauzer Monaco



Schnauzer 
stamp from Mordovia

Mordovia is located between Moscow and the Volga River and is bordered by the republic of Chuvashia on the east. Mordovia is one of the 21 Russian republics, which are the administrative units with the greatest amount of autonomy within the new Russian Federation. Mordovia is a largely agricultural region. Like most of the other republics, Mordovia has started issuing new postal stamps including this German Schnauzer.

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Schnauzer Mordovia 1

Schnauzer 
stamp from Mordovia

Mordovia is located between Moscow and the Volga River and is bordered by the republic of Chuvashia on the east. Mordovia is one of the 21 Russian republics, which are the administrative units with the greatest amount of autonomy within the new Russian Federation. Mordovia is a largely agricultural region. Like most of the other republics, Mordovia has started issuing new postal stamps including this great Schnauzer issued in 1999.
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Schnauzer Mordovia 2

Schnauzer 
stamp from Para Timor Schnauzer 
stamp from Para Timor Schnauzer 
stamp from Para Timor

Para Timor produced all of the above lovely body poses and headstudies in 2000.
East Timor is an area of Indonesia that recently voted to become independent. There is much unrest still since the current government does not want to give up power.
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Schnauzer Schnauzer Para Timor (left)

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Schnauzer Schnauzer Para Timor (middle)

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Schnauzer Schnauzer Para Timor (right)

Schnauzer 
stamp from Poland

Poland is located in Central Europe, east of Germany and is slightly smaller than New Mexico. Climate is temperate with cold, windy, cloudy, moderately severe winters with frequent precipitation; mild summers with frequent showers and thunderstorms. The terrain is mostly flat plain; mountains along the southern border; Natural resources consist of coal, sulphur, copper, natural gas, silver, lead, salt, and arable land. Natural hazard of the area is flooding. The situation has improved since 1989 due to decline in heavy industry and increased environmental concern by postcommunist governments. Historically, an area of conflict because of flat terrain and the lack of natural barriers on the North European Plain.
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Schnauzer Poland

Schnauzer 
stamp from St. Thomas

Sao Tome E Principe was discovered and claimed by Portugal in the late 15th century, the islands' sugar-based economy gave way to coffee and cocoa in the 19th century - all grown with plantation slave labor, a form of which lingered into the 20th century. Although independence was achieved in 1975, democratic reforms were not instituted until the late 1980s. Though the first free elections were held in 1991, the political environment has been one of continued instability with frequent changes in leadership and coup attempts in 1995 and 2003. The recent discovery of oil in the Gulf of Guinea is likely to have a significant impact on the country's economy. Located in Western Africa, islands in the Gulf of Guinea, straddling the Equator, west of Gabon. It is more than 5 times the size of Wahington, D.C. The climate is tropical; hot humid; one rainy season (October to May).
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Schnauzer S Tome e Principe

Schnauzer 
stamp from Sakhalin Islands

Sakhalin is a very long but narrow island located between Japan and Russian Maritime Territory. It is separated from the continent by a narrow strait of 6 km width and for that reason, Westerners first thought it should be a peninsula. With the Kuril Islands, Sakhalin is one of the territories disputed between Japan and Russia and its belonging has not yet been definitely settled. In 1997, the local government started issuing stamps.
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Schnauzer Sakhalin

Schnauzer 
stamp from Sierra Leone

Sierra Leone was a British colony to which freed slaves returned in the late 1700's. After Independence in 1961, a small political elite, who exclusively profited from the lucrative trade in diamonds, dominated successive governments. Little of this national income trickled down to benefit the rest of the population. After much fighting and insurrection the UN was finally convinced to send a peacekeeping force that was in the news for many months.

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Schnauzer Sierra Leone

Schnauzer 
stamp from Tanzania

This stamp was issued in 1993.
Tanzania, the largest country in East Africa, is renowned for its magnificent wildlife, lakes, mountains, and scenery. The country boasts a wealth of natural attractions, including the famed Ngorongoro crater and the formidable Mount Kilimanjaro. It is also home to magnificent game reserves: Gombe Stream National Park, with its chimpanzee sanctuary; and the breathtaking plains of the Serengeti National Park, which hosts the annual migration of at least two million wildebeest with leopards and lions hot on their heels. Add to this the lovely beaches of the exotic islands of Zanzibar, Pemba, and Mafia.
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Schnauzer Tanzania

Schnauzer 
stamp from Amurskaya Schnauzer 
stamp from Amurskaya

Tatarstan is one of the former Russian states along the Volga River. It has been independent since 1994, but even a thousand years ago, it was known as Islam's Northern Mecca. The set of stamps that these Schnauzers are from was issued in 2001 and was just the first of several new sets from that country.
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Schnauzer Tatarstan (left)

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Schnauzer Tatarstan (right)

Schnauzer 
stamp from Togolaise

A nice stamp issued by Togolese Republic in 1999.
Togolaise is located in Western Africa, bordering the Bight of Benin, between Benin and Ghana. It is slightly smaller than West Virginia. The majority of the population depends on subsistance agriculture. Coffee, cotton and cocoa are the major export crops. The capital, Lome, is a regional commercial and banking center, although its position relative to neighboring countries has been eroded in recent years because of political and economic difficulties. Fish is an important part of the Togolese diet, but Togo does not have a developed fishing industry. The primary goal of the U.S. government in Togo is to promote respect for democracy and the rule of law.
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Schnauzer Togolese Republic

Schnauzer 
stamp from Touva

Touva (often spelled Tuva) is a country in the southern area of Siberia. It's a unique place with the landscapes ranging from the desert to the permafrost, and local fauna-from camels to reindeers. Touva is known as almost the only place in the world where shamanism, a very ancient religion, is preserved, kept and cultivated in its original form.
The republic of Touva lies at the upper reaches of the Siberian Yenisey River and forms a barrier between Russia and Mongolia. Since its independence from the former Soviet Union, Tuva continues to struggle to work on the appropriate way to safeguard and develop its own identity and sovereignty going through the difficult changes from a command-orientated planned economy towards an open market economy. Like so many other former Russian states, the diversity of the people is starting to be felt as the original culture, traditions and religion are gaining more followers.
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Schnauzer Touva

Schnauzer 
stamp from Umm Al Qiwain

Um al Qiwain issued this unusual holographic stamp 30 years ago, in 1972. It is in 3-D and is very lovely. The scan does not do it justice.
Umm al Qiwain is another of the United Arab Emirates.

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Schnauzer Umm al Qiwain

Schnauzer 
stamp from Venda

Venda is a part of South Africa. Under acts of the South African Parliament, land ws set aside for blacks in psudeoindependent territories (originally called "Bantustans"), allegedly to allow black self- government and cultural preservation. Venda was designated for Venda-speaking people. In reality the homelands allowed the white government to control blacks and exclude them from the political process. In 1973, Venda was granted "self-government," and in 1979 it became the third homeland to be granted "independence" from south Africa. As an independent state, all residents of Venda were treated as foreignors in the remainder of South Africa. The UN Security Council condemned the homelands policy as an attempt by the white government to further apartheid and Venda was not recognized internationally as an independent state. Venda was reabsorbed into South Africa in 1994.
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Schnauzer Venda

Schnauzer 
stamp from Yakutia

This stamp was issued in 2000 by Yukutia.
Most people know Yakutia from the game of Risk along with Kamchatka and Irikutz. Actually, Yakutia is the largest region in Siberia, known as Sasha-Yakutia.
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Schnauzer Yakutia



Schnauzer Souvenir Sheets


Schnauzer 
sounenir sheet from Benin

Benin is a Western Africa country with very little tourism or resources. All the more impressive that they issued such a lovely souvenir sheet including the Schnauzer featured prominently in the upper left corner, in 2000. Shown on the right below is a larger detail of the Schnauzer head study.
Schnauzer 
sounenir sheet from Benin It may be noted that Benin, former Dahomey, has perhaps the "most beaten tracks by Europeans of any in Africa". The history of Benin is a succession of kingdoms, followed by years of communist rule and finally independence in 1990.

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Benin Souvenir Sheet

Schnauzer 
souvenir sheet from Benin

Another very different type of souvenir sheet, this time featuring the Schnauzer. This is from Benin also.
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Benin Souvenir Sheet 2

Schnauzer 
souvenir sheet from Cambodia

Cambodia is located in southeastern Asia, bordering the Gulf of Thailand, between Thailand, Vietnam, and Laos. It is slightly smaller than Oklahoma. The climate is tropical, rainy, monsoon season (May to November); dry season (December to April; little seasonal temperature variation. The terrain is mostly low, flat plains; mountains in southwest and north. The natural hazards are the monsoonal rains; flooding; occasional droughts. The current issues are illegal logging activities throughout the contry and strip mining for gems in the western region along the border with Thailand. Ethnic groups nsist of Khmer 90%, Vietnamese 5%, Chinese 1%, and others 4%. The languages are the official Khmer 95%, French and English. The government consists of multiparty democracy under a constitutional monarchy established on September 1993. The capital is Phnom Penh.
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Cambodia Souvenir Sheet

Schnauzer souvenir sheet from Guinea

Schnauzer souvenir sheet from Guinea Guinea is partial heir to the series of west African empires that, at their height before the arrival of the Europeans, cast significant political and commercial influence over many peoples from Guinea's Atlantic coast to the southern edge of the Sahara. The empires of Ghana, Mali, and Songhai spanned the period from about the 10th to the 15th centuries. French military penetration into the area began in the mid-19th century. Guinea became an independent republic in 1958.

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Republic of Guinea Souvenir Sheet

Schnauzer 
souvenir sheet from Sakhalin

Sakhalin is a very long but narrow island located between Japan and Russian Maritime Territory. It is separated from the continent by a narrow strait of 6 km width and for that reason, Westerners first thought it should be a peninsula. With the Kuril Islands, Sakhalin is one of the territories disputed between Japan and Russia and its belonging has not yet been definitely settled. In 1997, the local government started issuing stamps.

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Sakhalin Island Souvenir Sheet



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