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Celebrating the music of Ludwig van Beethoven - Sheet Set

Celebrating the music of Ludwig van Beethoven - Sheet Set

£51.90

Six stamps represent a selection of some of Beethoven’s most famous compositions. Each stamp incorporates an excerpt from the musical score of the piece, a key instrument in the composition and a portrait of Beethoven himself. The sheet set includes a sheet of ten of each stamp tariff from teh issue. The stamp sheets give the discerning collector access to all the printer's marks and any additional information on the selvedges.

Date of issue 26/03/2020
Withdrawal date 26/03/2022
Designer Hat-trick Design
Sheet 10
Size 30mm x 40mm
Process Offset lithography plus hexachrome six colour process
Denominations 54p, 70p, 84p, 88p, £1.05, £1.18

Additional Information

**Award-Winning Stamp Issue**

Jersey Post's Beethoven stamps were a winning entry in Communication Arts magazine's 61st annual design competition, a prestigious international competition showcasing the best in visual communications.

In 2020, the world celebrates 250 years of Ludwig van Beethoven. Beethoven was a prominent figure in the transitional period between the classical and romantic musical eras. Considered a revolutionary artist and an artistic visionary, his influence is still felt around the world today, including in Jersey where the Jersey Symphony Orchestra has performed a number of his works over the years.

Additional Information

**Award-Winning Stamp Issue**

Jersey Post's Beethoven stamps were a winning entry in Communication Arts magazine's 61st annual design competition, a prestigious international competition showcasing the best in visual communications.

In 2020, the world celebrates 250 years of Ludwig van Beethoven. Beethoven was a prominent figure in the transitional period between the classical and romantic musical eras. Considered a revolutionary artist and an artistic visionary, his influence is still felt around the world today, including in Jersey where the Jersey Symphony Orchestra has performed a number of his works over the years.