|March 8, 1993|
March 31, 2000
|Grand Duke Jean -- Definitives (right profile)|
|March 8||Tourism -- Schwebsingen and Steinfort|
|May 10||Europa 1993 -- Contemporary Art|
|May 10||Historic Residences|
|May 10||New Surgery Technologies|
|September 20||Jean Schortgen (1880-1918) -- 75th Anniversary of Death|
|September 20||Artistic Circle of Luxembourg -- Centenary|
|September 20||Environmental Protection|
|December 6||Endangered Birds II (Charity Issue)|
|March 7, 1994||1F|
|January 30, 1995||2F|
|March 8, 1993||5F, 7F|
|January 2, 1997||8F|
|March 31, 2000||9F|
|January 30, 1995||10F|
|March 8, 1993||14F|
|March 7, 1994||15F|
|January 30, 1995||16F|
|March 8, 1993||18F|
|March 7, 1994||20F|
|March 8, 1993||22F, 25F|
|March 7, 1994||100F|
The portrait of Grand Duke Jean used for this definitive series was drawn by Swiss artist Pierre Schopfer.
Steinfort. This stamp shows the "Al Schmelz" (old ironworks) cultural center which opened in March, 1989. The building is a restoration of the workshop for a blast furnace and stamping mill first built in 1846 and shut down in 1932.
Schwebsingen. This stamp shows the "Fountain of the Children with Grapes" which stands in Albert Ruppert Square. This fountain was unveiled at the first wine festival in 1953. On the first Sunday of September every year it bubbles wine instead of water.
The two paintings shown on these stamps are in the collection of the National History and Art Museum: "Rezlop" by Fernand Roda (14F) and "So Close" by Sonja Roef (22F). Both artists were born in Luxembourg.
These stamps depict historic houses in the center of Luxembourg City.
Burgundy House. Portions of this building date back to the early 15th century. It currently houses the offices of the Prime Minister.
Simons House. The forerunner of this building was built in 1580 and was extended in 1721 in the baroque style. Today it houses the Ministry of Agriculture.
Cassal House. This building was built around 1573 by P. M. de Cassal, the clerk to the Provincial Council.
This stamp honors all the doctors, researchers, and scientists who have been responsible for technological advances in surgical techniques.
These stamps publicize three different museums in the country of Luxembourg:
Jean Schortgen, born in 1880, worked in the mines and was active in the union movement. In 1914 he became the first union worker to be elected to Parliament. He was killed in a mining accident in 1918.
The Artistic Circle was founded in 1893 as a voice for the artistic community of Luxembourg.
This stamp depicts the ecological label of the European Community. The label is used on products that are environmentally friendly.
These stamps depict endangered birds in Luxembourg: