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World Cup 1998 issue of Brazil

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Short desc: World Cup 1998

Issuer: Brazil
Date: 5/28/1998
Occasion: World Cup 1998


Consists of 24 stamps: (See stamps as list)

0.22r d=Antonio Henrique Amaral perf=12x11.5
0.22r d=Aldemir Martins
0.22r d=Glauco Rodrigues perf=12x11.5
0.22r d=Marcia Grostein perf=12x11.5
0.22r d=Claudio Tozzi perf=12x11.5
0.22r d=Zelio Alves Pinto
0.22r d=Guto Lacaz perf=12x11.5
0.22r d=Antonio Peticov
0.22r d=Cildo Meireles perf=12x11.5
0.22r d=Mauricio Nogueira Lima perf=12x11.5
0.22r d=Roberto Magalhaes perf=12x11.5
0.22r d=Luiz Zerbine perf=12x11.5
0.22r d=Maciej Babinski
0.22r d=Wesley Duke Lee
0.22r d=Joao Camara perf=12x11.5
0.22r d=Jose Zaragoza perf=12x11.5
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