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27 Faroe Islands
       
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4th Century bronze statues from Reggio di Calabria
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26 The album shows one stamp and an fdc with the same stamp.
27 An expensive (£10+) miniature sheet of ten stamps dealing with what looks like mythological subject. One nude spotted.
28 A miniature sheet containing two stamps.
29 Five stamps from two issues. The first pair are not nudes, the second trio are three values showing a classical design. On the original pages, I would probably reject both as NN and ID respectively.
31 This seems to be a press release for French stamps celebrating the Belgian artist Paul Devaux. Although the stamps do not depict a nude, they are a detail from a work shown in the document, Le Rendez-vous d'Ephèse, which does.
32 I thought that I was buying a stamped maxi-card, but it is some sort of official souvenir which contains an image of the stamp.
   
   
   

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