Faroese stamps 1983

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1983 was the first year, when Postverk Føroya, the postal adminsitration of the Faroe Islands, issued more than three stamp sets.

  • 21 February: Steamships on the Faroe-Run (FR 73-75)
  • 2 May: Faroese Chessmen (Booklet, FR 76 and 77)
  • 6 June: Europe CEPT - Famous Researchers (FR 78 and 79)
  • 19 September: Fish in Faroese Water (FR 80-83)
  • 4 November: Nordic House - National Costumes (Mini-sheet, FR 84-86)

Steamships[edit]

Chess[edit]

These Faroese chessmen were carved by Pol í Bud (1791-1818) on the island of Nólsoy

Europe CEPT - Researchers[edit]

Fish[edit]

All fish names are: Faroese (zoologic) - English - German - Danish

Nordic House: National Costumes[edit]

On 7 May 1983 opened the Nordic House in the Faroes (Norðurlandahúsið í Føroyum). This is the cultural center of the Nordic Council in the Faroes and at the same time one of the most exciting modern buildings in Scandinavia. This stamp issue shows the National costumes of the nine Nordic nations (Sápmi and Greenland had no reckognized flags at that time).

Stamps of the Faroe Islands
1975 (1-14) • 1976 (15-17) • 1977 (18-24) • 1978 (25-35) • 1979 (36-41) • 1980 (42-52) • 1981 (53-63) • 1982 (64-72) • 1983 (73-86) • 1984 (87-105) • 1985 (106-123) • 1986 (124-138) • 1987 (139-155) • 1988 (156-172) • 1989 (173-187) • 1990 (188-204) • 1991 (205-220) • 1992 (221-234) • 1993 (235-247) • 1994 (248-263) • 1995 (264-282) • 1996 (283-301) • 1997 (302-319) • 1998 (320-339) • 1999 (340-359) • 2000 (360-378) • 2001 (379-405) • 2002 (406-427) • 2003 (428-464) • 2004 (465-504) • 2005 (505-538) • 2006 (539-577) • 2007 (578-617) • 2008 (618-650) • 2009 (651-676) • 2010 (677-699) • 2011 (700-) 

Motifs: Birds • Churches • Europa • Faroe boats • History • Islands and coasts • Joint issue • Maps • Marine animals • Paintings • People • Plants • Sepac • Słania • Stamps by artists • Villages 

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