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The United Arab Emirates consists of seven emirates, which are Abu Dhabi, Dubai, Sharjah, Ajman, Umm al-Quwain, Ras al-Khaimah and Fujairah.
For the period of the 30th March 1963 - 31th August 1972 the seven emirates and the two small enclaves Manama und Khor Fakkane as well, issued their own postage stamps in extremely high quantities. The stamps were produced by foreign agencies. Michel catalogue is listing for this period 2'554 such stamps, only for the Emirate of Ajman. Probably even more such for philatelists produced items are existing.

mountainstamp.com  Ajman Fuji stamp 1970 Osaka

Ajman 1970, Expo 1970.
Mount Fuji, "Hodogaya on the Tōkaidō"

 

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Ajman 1971, "World Jamboree 1971".
Katsushika Hokusai.
Sazai hall - Temple of Five Hundred Rakan.
Picture 13 of the 36 views of Mount Fuji.
(issued in sheets and miniaturesheets (perf & imperf)

 

Hokusai Barrier Town on the Sumida River 36 views of Mount Fuji stamp timbre Briefmarke francobolli issued by Ajman 1971Hokusai Barrier Town on the Sumida River 36 views of Mount Fuji stamp timbre Briefmarke francobolli issued by Ajman 1971 souvenirsheet

Ajman 1971, "World Jamboree 1971".
Katsushika Hokusai.
Barrier Town on the Sumida River.
Picture 22 of the 36 views of Mount Fuji.
(issued in sheets and miniaturesheets (perf & imperf)

 

 

Umegawa in Sagami Province Hokusai 36 Views of Mount Fuji stamp timbre Briefmarke francobolli issued by Ajman 1971Umegawa in Sagami Province Hokusai 36 Views of Mount Fuji stamp timbre Briefmarke francobolli issued by Ajman 1971 souvenirsheet

Ajman 1971, "World Jamboree 1971".
Katsushika Hokusai.
Umegawa in Sagami Province.
Picture 31 of the 36 views of Mount Fuji.
(issued in sheets and miniaturesheets (perf & imperf)

 

 

Kajikazawa in Kai Province Hokusai 36 Views of Mount Fuji stamp timbre Briefmarke francobolli issued by Ajman 1971Kajikazawa in Kai Province Hokusai 36 Views of Mount Fuji stamp timbre Briefmarke francobolli issued by Ajman 1971 souvenirsheet

Ajman 1971, "World Jamboree 1971".
Katsushika Hokusai.
Kajikazawa in Kai Province.
Picture 32 of the 36 views of Mount Fuji.
(issued in sheets and miniaturesheets (perf & imperf)

 

Mount Fuji from the mountains of Totomi Hokusai 36 Views of Mount Fuji stamp timbre Briefmarke francobolli issued by Ajman 1971Mount Fuji from the mountains of Totomi Hokusai 36 Views of Mount Fuji stamp timbre Briefmarke francobolli issued by Ajman 1971 Souvenirsheet

Ajman 1971, "World Jamboree 1971".
Katsushika Hokusai.
Mount Fuji from the mountains of Tōtōmi.
Picture 34 of the 36 views of Mount Fuji.
(issued in sheets and miniaturesheets (perf & imperf)

 

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Ajman 1971, "World Jamboree 1971".
Katsushika Hokusai.
Climbing on Fuji.
Picture 6 (42) of the Additional Pictures (36 Views Mt. Fuji).
(issued in sheets and miniaturesheets (perf & imperf)

 

mountainstamp.com Ajman Fuji stamp 1971 Hokusai

Ajman 1971, "World Jamboree 1971".
Artwork of Katsushika Hokusai.
"The back of Fuji from the Minobu river", additional picture 10 (46) of 36 view to Mount Fuji.
(perforated and imperforated)

 

mountainstamp.com Ajman Fuji stamp 1971

Ajman 1971, "World Jamboree 1971".
(perforated and imperforated)

 

mountainstamp.com Ajman Fuji stamp 1971 Lord Baden Powell

Ajman 1971, "World Jamboree 1971".
Portrait of Lord Baden Powell
(issued perforated and imperforated and in a souvenirsheet as well)

 

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souvenirsheet

 

mountainstamp.com Ajman Fuji stamp 1972 Sapporo

Ajman 1971, Japanese culture. 

 

mountainstamp.com  Ajman Fuji stamp 1972 Sapporo

Ajman 1972, Winter Olympic Games Sapporo 1972

 

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