index of stamps
Note: In the Scott 2006 Standard Postage Stamp Catalogue, the prefix “B” indicates a sur-
charge on a stamp for charity; “C” an air mail stamp; “O” official mail; and “RA” a postal
tax stamp. The absence of a prefix indicates regular first class mail.
Argentina
1 (Corrientes): First Argentine stamp:
Corrientes province stamp, 43–44,
97, 100–101, figure 1.2
1–6 (Buenos Aires): Early Buenos Aires
province stamps, 44, 97, 100
1: First national Argentine stamp, 101,
figure 6.1
5: Argentine Republic seal, 101
90–91: Columbus’s ships, 102
122–38: Argentine seal and Liberty,
102–3
143: Rosario port facilities, 102
152: Buenos Aires Peace Conference in
1936, 93
160–75: Independence from Spain, 103
177: Labrador icon, 104
217: José de San Martín, 96
226: José de San Martín, 104
369–70: Treaty with Brazil, 104
374–75: Military and civilian revolution-
aries, 106
376: The 1930 Revolution, 8, 106–7,
figure 6.3
381–98: Victory parade for 1930 coup,
106–7
408: International Refrigeration Con-
gress, 105
414: Christ of the Andes, 105
416–17: Getulio Vargas’s 1935 presiden-
tial visit, 104
418–50: Argentine definitives (1935–51),
65–66, 100, 105; 418: Manuel Bel-
rano, 106; 440: prize bull, 106; 441:
Argentine field laborer, 66, 106; 442:
Merino ram, 106; 443: “ingenio”
sugar mill, 106; 445: “with borders”
stamp, 7, 75–76, 106, 129–30, 146,
figure 4.1; 446: “without borders”
stamp, 76, 106, 129, figure 4.2; 447:
fruit, 106; 449: wine grapes, 106;
450: cotton, 106
458: Argentine navy’s Sarmiento, 105
465: “Argentina, land of promise,” 105
508–11: Grupo de Oficiales Unidos coup
in 1943, 8, 108
518: First anniversary of 1943 coup, 108
551: Franklin D. Roosevelt, 99, 111
552: Juan Perón’s first inaugural, 8, 13,
109, figure 6.5
553–57: Peronista loyalty day anniver-
sary, 109; 556: Peronista loyalty day,
8, 109, figure 6.7
559: Argentine industry, 112
561: Argentine Antarctic claim, 146,
figure 10.2
562: Argentine Antarctic claim, 146
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