Christmas is a moment of the year when past and present merge, and adults and children find harmony and peace. The series issued by the Republic of San Marino revisits images that are true symbols of Christmas combining the sacred and the profane. The € 0.60 stamp shows the Palazzo del Governo silhouetted against the sky with a shining star of the Magi and, on the right, a Christmas tree brightening the dark Christmas night. The € 0.65 stamp shows Santa Claus, the symbol of sweetness and generosity in children’s imagination, who darts through the sky with his reindeers and sleigh to bring presents. The € 0.85 value shows the Holy Family, a symbol of all Christian families, on the background of the Three Towers of San Marino covered with snow.
Issue Date: 3rd December 2007
Values: set composed of three € 0.60-0.65 and 0.85 values in sheets of 12 stamps
Stamp size: 30 x 40 mm
Perforations: 13 ¼ x2
Drawings: Josef Costazza
Print run: 90,000 complete sets
Print: in four colour offset by Cartor Security Printing
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