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Seller Notes:
“1973- Tunisia - Palestine Day- Al Quds - Dome - Architecture - Block of 4 stamps - Complete set 1v.MNH** 1973- Tunisie - Journée de la Palestine - Jérusalem - Dôme - Architecture - Bloc de 4 timbres - Emission Complète 1v.MNH**”
Country/Region of Manufacture:
Tunisia
Topic:
Architecture
Year of Issue:
1973
Certification:
Uncertified
Quality:
Mint Never Hinged/MNH
Cancellation Type:
stamp
Grade:
XF/S (Extremely Fine/Superb)
Type:
Block
Place of Origin:
Tunisia

1973- Tunisia - Palestine Day- Al Quds - Dome - Block of 4-Compl

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