Article 167: Spain Issues of 1855-56 Here is a type showing of this series, including some "rueda de carreta" specimens, two covers, and a piece. There are three papers: watermarked loops, watermarked cross-hatch lines, and unwatermarked. The stamps shown here are unwatermarked (2 cuartos and 1 real), and watermarked loops (4 cuartos and 2 reales). Quick links: types / rueda de carreta (wheel barrel cancelers) / two covers and a piece
Article 188: Spain Art Stamps This issue commemorates Juan de Funi, Peter Paulus Rubens and Tizian. Quick links: complete stamps / highlights of the stamps
Article 197: Spain Classic Automobiles The classic automobiles shown here were made by La Cuadra, Hispano Suiza, Euzalde, and Abadal.
Article 209: Spain Smithing 1975 These two souvenire sheets were printed in small quantities. They were issued for the world stamp exhibition of 1975 held in Madrid, Spain. Quick links: sheet 1 / sheet 2
Article 222: Spain Nature Issues Spain issued several groups of nature stamps during the late 1970s. Here is a sample. Quick links: page 1 / page 2 / page 3
Article 238: Spain Ships Commemoratives These stamps trace the history of Spanish Shipbuilding. Quick links: first page / second page / third page
Article 246: Spain Picasso Issue This Spain issue highlights Picasso's work while he was living in Spain. Quick links: first page / second page.
Article 251: Spain Velazquez Issue of 1961 These souvenir sheets had a small run and are therefore rare. Quick links: main page / sheets
Article 264: Spain Nature Issues These stamps have original high quality designs. Quick links: an issue / a second issue
Article 271: Spain Nature Stamps Here are beautiful stamps from the late 1970s. Quick links: amphibians / reptiles
Article 351: Spain 1860 4 cuartos with Barcelona Cartwheel ('Rueda de Carreta') Here are examples of the postmarks that are clearly damaged. Quick links: main page / damaged examples / Picasa Albums
Article 361: A sample of 19th Century Stamps from Spain These stamps are the most common values (four and six cuartos) of Spanish series from the 1850s and 1860s. Quick links: two covers / three blocks of four
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