50th Anniversary of the Japanese Antarctic Research Expedition (Self-Adhesive)

Issue50th Anniversary of the Japanese Antarctic Research Expedition (Self-Adhesive)
First DayJanuary 23, 2007
Value80 yen x 10, sheet of ten + 5 postcards, sold at 1,000 yen
Designs C2015a Snow Car
C2015b Research Airship
C2015c Soya, the Ship of Antarctic Expedition and Dog Sled
C2015d Weddell Seal
C2015e Emperor penguin
C2015f Adelie penguin
C2015g Taro, one of the famous Sakhalin Dogs who was left abandoned and survived
C2015h Emperor penguin (children)
C2015i Emperor penguin (parent and child)
C2015j Jiro, the other dog
Designer Hoshiyama Ayaka (Stamp designer)
PrintingOffset in 6 colors
Sheet Size187.0 x 127.0 mm
SheetC2015: 10 stamps Set Image

The data are based on the publicity of Japan Post.

[Note on Stamps]
November 8th in 1956, Soya, the ship of Antarctic Expedition left Harumi pier, Tokyo with it's first expedition crew and opened Showa Station in Antarctica. Since then, Japanese Antarctic Expedition has been contributed and played an important role in the international society like the discovery of the Antarctic Ozone Hole. Sold with 5 postcards and its original case.

[Back to Menu]