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Denmark - Traditional Danish Open Sandwiches - Pair of 6 kr (2012)
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GENERAL INFORMATION
Country
Denmark
Type
Stamp (Block)
Class
Definitive / Regular Issues
Front Inscription
Danmark 6.00 | Peter Dam del. 2012
Face Value
6.00 Danish Krone
Issued Date
01/06/2012
Designer
Post Danmark, Stamps
Printer
Post Danmark, Stamps
Printing Method
Intaglio / Recess
Gum
Self-Adhesive
Dimension
29 × 39 mm
Perforation Type
Normal Perforations
IN COLLECTION CONDITION
Preliminary
Normal
Condition
Mint Never Hinged - Superb
Denmark - Traditional Danish Open Sandwiches - Pair of 6 kr (2012)
Denmark - Traditional Danish Open Sandwiches - Pair of 6 kr (2012)

This pair has been taken from a booklet of 10.

Printed on the back of the booklet,

Højt belagt

Smørrebrød

Frimærkehæfte med
10 x 6.00 kr. / 60 kr.

Smørrebrød betragtes som noget typisk danks - gerne ledsaget af skummende øl i glasset og en enkelt snaps eller to. Det højt belagte smørrebrød, som blev udviklet i slutningen af 1800-tallet, er et af Danmarks få bidrag til den internationale madkultur.

Post Danmark har udgivet fire frimærker med smørrebrød. Frimærkerne i dette hæfte viser et stykke med æg of rejer samt et stykke med rullepølse og sky. På de øvrige to frimærker ses et stykke med kartofler og et stykke med roastbeef.


Literally it means,
 
Sandwiches regarded as typical Danks - preferably accompanied by foaming beer in the glass and a single snaps or two. The high-piled sandwiches, which were developed in the late 1800's, is one of Denmark's few contributions to international cuisine.
 
Post Denmark has released four stamps featuring sandwiches. The stamps in this booklet shows a piece of shrimp with eggs and a piece of sausage and gravy. In the other stamp features a piece with potatoes and a piece of roast beef.

Date of issue: 1 June 2012
Artist: Shen Jiahong
Design: Post Danmark, Stamps
Engraver: Martin Mörck
Paper: Self-adhesive
Printing method: Intaglio / offset
Format: 29 x 39 mm
Number of stamps per sheet: 36
Perforation: 13 x 13½
Booklet perforation: 13½ x 13½
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