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Ireland Postal Service 2015 Issue
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Science Gallery and
BT Young Scientist and Technology Exhibition

The Ireland Postal Service has issued two new stamps in a Se-tenant format that have a postage value of 0.68 Euro named "Science Gallery and BT Young Scientist and Technology Exhibition" on the 7th of January 2015. The stamp on the left above depicts a pattern of circles and squares that can trick your senses and give you a sense of excitement. It was design to celebrate the Science Gallery in Trinity College Dublin 2 which is a public science center where science and art collide. The stamp on the right above commemorates the BT Young Scientist Exhibition which is the annual school science competition. It was founded by Tom Burke and Dr. Tony Scott who were inspired by a young boy who built a rocket in New Mexico for a science fair. This rocket is depicted on the stamp.

"Science Gallery and BT Young Scientist and Technology Exhibition" stamps can be purchased as a Se-tenant pair, Sheet of 16 and FDC. The size of each stamp is 29.79mm x 40.64mm with a perforation size of 14 x 15 using the 2cm reference. It was printed by Irish Security using the Lithography printing process.

Science Gallery and
BT Young Scientist and Technology Exhibition FDC

Science Gallery and
BT Young Scientist and Technology Exhibition
Sheet of 16


To order these stamps or to learn more go to www.anpost.ie/AnPost/IrishStamps/Home/ Use the Universal currency conversion tool at www.xe.com/ucc/convert.cgi to convert currency.

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