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English: 100th birth anniversary of the Soviet Russian painter Aleksandr Laktionov (1910—1972).
The postal stationery card with imprinted commemorative stamp, Russia, 30 July 2010, Catalogue of PTC Marka No 212-окр/10, Michel No PSo202. Coated paper. Offset printing. Size of the postal card: 105×148 mm. Print run: 15,000.
The commemorative stamp (7.70 rubles): the portrait of A. Laktionov.
In Summer by A. Laktionov. 1951—1954. State Art Museum of Altai Krai.
Pictorial cancellation: Moscow, 30 July 2010, Catalogue of PTC Marka No 147ш-2010.
Русский: 100 лет со дня рождения советского русского художника А. И. Лактионова (1910—1972).
Одностороння почтовая карточка с оригинальной маркой, Россия, 30 июля 2010 г., Каталог ИТЦ «Марка» № 212-окр/10, Michel № PSo202. Бумага мелованная. Офсетная печать. Размер почтовой карточки — 105×148 мм. Тираж — 15 000.
Оригинальная марка (7,70 руб.): портрет А. И. Лактионова.
А. И. Лактионов. Летом. 1951—1954 гг. Государственный художественный музей Алтайского края.
Специальное гашение: Москва, 30 июля 2010 г., Каталог ИТЦ «Марка» № 147ш-2010.
Source From a personal collection.
Author Russian Post, Publishing and Trade Centre "Marka" (ИТЦ «Марка»). The design of the postal card by R. Komsa.


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