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The Maritime and Airport Police Division (D.P.M.A.- Division de Police Maritime et Aéroportuaire) was created by Sovereign Order of 16 August 1960. The D.P.M.A. today has about forty civil servants. The stamp illustrates the vessels successively assigned to the Division: the launch "Grace Patricia", in service from 1961 to 1970, and the current launch "Vigilante" of 18 metres in length 

  • Design: Fabrice MONACI
  • Line-engraving: Yves BEAUJARD
  • Printing process: 4 colours steel-engraving
  • Size of the stamp: 30 x 40 mm vertical
  • Sheet of 10 stamps with illuminations 

  • BICENTENARY OF CANNING

    Nicolas Appert gave his name to his invention: l'appertisation (canning). In 1795, this French chef and confectioner in Paris discovered a revolutionary method of conserving food by enclosing it in hermetically sealed containers (glass bottles and then tin boxes). In 1802 Appert established in Massy, the first canning factory in the world. In 1810 he waived the right to register a patent and made his invention public. 

  • Layout: Créaphil
  • Line-engraving: Pierre ALBUISSON
  • Printing process: 2 colours steel-engraving
  • Size of the stamp: 40 x 40 mm 
  • Sheet of 8 stamps with illuminations 

  • 150th ANNIVERSARY OF THE INVENTION OF THE GAS ENGINE

    Born in 1822 in Mussy-la-Ville, Jean-Joseph Etienne Lenoir was the first to successfully develop, in 1860, an engine functioning in accordance with the principle of internal combustion. Originally, this two-stroke engine was fuelled with lighting gas. Lenoir later invented a carburettor to replace the gas with petrol. In 1863, he installed this engine in his car and travelled 18 km from Paris to Joinville-le-Pont in 3 hours. 

  • Design: Yves BEAUJARD
  • Line-engraving: Yves BEAUJARD 
  • Printing process: 3 colours steel-engraving
  • Size of the stamp: 40 x 40 mm 
  • Sheet of 8 stamps with illuminations 

  • Source:
  • Office des Emissions de Timbres Poste de Monaco http://bit.ly/9l58xh

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