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Greek postage stamp, 1982.

Greek postage stamp, 1982.

1973 Greek postage stamp - traditional costume

1973 Greek postage stamp - traditional costume

old Greek postage stamp

old Greek postage stamp

Greek Postage Stamp, circa1973 Traditional Costume Skyros

Greek Postage Stamp, circa1973 Traditional Costume Skyros

GREECE - CIRCA 1966: A stamp printed in Greece from the "Greek Popular Art" issue shows a Massia musical instrument.

GREECE - CIRCA 1966: A stamp printed in Greece from the "Greek Popular Art" issue shows a Massia musical instrument.

old Greek postage stamp

old Greek postage stamp

old greek postage stamp

old greek postage stamp

The most famous flight myth is of course that of Daedalus and his son Icarus, who may be found on the 5d stamp, from the 1935 Greek airmail set depicting various mythological scenes.

The most famous flight myth is of course that of Daedalus and his son Icarus, who may be found on the 5d stamp, from the 1935 Greek airmail set depicting various mythological scenes.

GREECE - CIRCA 1966: A stamp printed in Greece from the "Greek Popular Art" issue shows a Cretan lyre.

GREECE - CIRCA 1966: A stamp printed in Greece from the "Greek Popular Art" issue shows a Cretan lyre.

Triptolemus, King of Eleusis, was a demigod associated with Demeter, the Greek goddess of the harvest. Demeter gave Triptolemus a chariot with winged dragons in which he traveled over the earth with seeds of wheat acquainting man with the blessings of agriculture. Here is an image of an airmail stamp depicting Triptolemus riding in his dragon-chariot, designed by "Biscinis" (per SG), engraved and printed by Thomas De La Rue & Co., Ltd., and issued by Greece on November 10, 1035, Scott No…

Triptolemus, King of Eleusis, was a demigod associated with Demeter, the Greek goddess of the harvest. Demeter gave Triptolemus a chariot with winged dragons in which he traveled over the earth with seeds of wheat acquainting man with the blessings of agriculture. Here is an image of an airmail stamp depicting Triptolemus riding in his dragon-chariot, designed by "Biscinis" (per SG), engraved and printed by Thomas De La Rue & Co., Ltd., and issued by Greece on November 10, 1035, Scott No…

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