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FDC-Se-tenant stamps
FDC-Se-tenant stamps

Stamps with different designs that are attached to one another are called "Se-tenant" by stamp collectors. Se-tenant stamps began as issues of separate designs that were simply attached to one another which may be either one or more. They may have their attachments in horizontal or vertical strips or both types in one block of four. Sometimes, they may have attachments even at corner points.  Moreover, we also find issues where the stamps are part of a larger continuous design.There are differing ways of preparing a se-tenant sheet. They may be joined in a (1) Horizontal pair of two (2) Vertical strip of three (3) Horizontal strip of three (4) Vertical strip of four (5) Horizontal strip of four (6) Variety of same Se-tenant stamps with block of four and vertical & horizontal strips (7) Horizontal strip of five (8) Vertical Strip of five (9) Horizontal & vertical both pattern in one block (10) Block of four with separate design stamps (11) Block of four forming continuous and compact design (12) Vertical strip of two continuous and compact design (13) Horizontal strip of two continuous and compact design (14) Four Se-tenant Stamps forming a Diamond shape (15) Se-tenant stamps forming an odd shape (16) Joint issue Se-tenant stamps with subject of another country on one stamp (17) Se-tenant Stamps with tete-beche format. We find FDCs of all or many of these types duly cancelled on first day of issue of Se-tenant stamps.

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Centenary of Scindia School, Gwalior
20 October 1997
500x2
SNT 97_FDC_29
Indian Medicinal Plants
28 October 1997
200, 500, 1000 & 110
SNT 97_FDC_30
50th Death Anniversary of Mahatma Gandhi
30 January 1998
200, 600, 1000 & 110
SNT 98_FDC_32
Golden Jubilee of First Air-India International Flight
08 June 1998
500 & 600
SNT 98_FDC_33
Golden Jubilee of National Savings Organisation
30 June 1998
500 & 600
SNT 98_FDC_34
Golden Jubilee of National Savings Organisation
30 June 1998
500, 600
Here Error Printing has become normal while Normal Printing being rare has become ERROR. - SNT 98_FDC_34
Homage to Martyrs for Independence
15 August 1998
300 & 800
SNT 98_FDC_35
 New Millennium : Unity in Diversity, Respect for all Religions
31 December 1999
500 & 1000
SNT 99_FDC_36

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