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Vote for the most popular Music Stamp of 2015!

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‘The world is full of music’

This slogan will surely win the wholehearted endorsement of collectors of music-related stamps.

Some 550 stamps concerning music and dance were registered by the members of the ‘Motivgruppe Musik’, the international Philatelic Music Study Group, for the year 2015.

A pre-selection of 72 stamps can now be viewed on the society’s website. The society calls upon all fellow collectors to choose from this list the most popular music stamp of 2015.

The designer of the winning stamp will receive the Yehudi Menuhin Trophy. A philatelic present will be raffled off among those casting votes.

See the full list of eligible stamps.

Voting closes on 31 July 2016.

Motivgruppe Musik looks forward to your participation!

 

 

 

 

 

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