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 Save the Tiger
November 4, 1974

Save the Tiger

Complete Set of 3 nos of commemorative postage stamps on the World Wildlife Fund :

69 Royal Bengal Tiger [Bangladesh Stamp 1974]70 Tiger Cub [Bangladesh Stamp 1974]71 Swimming Tiger [Bangladesh Stamp 1974]

Issued by Bangladesh

Issued on Nov 4, 1974

Designer : Willy Dolder & Peter Jackson

Picture : 25p – Royal Bengal Tiger, 50p – Tiger Cub and 2t – Swimming Tiger

Colour : Multicolour

Type : StampsMint condition

Denomination : 25, 50 Poishas and 2 Taka

Size of Stamps : 40 x 28.5 mm

Perforation : 13.3 x 13.2

Printing process : Lithography

Printer : Bradbury Wilkinson & Co. Ltd. U.K.

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kusum Sharma
kusum Sharma
February 5, 2018 11:52 am

It is great to know that the largest population of Bengal Tigers are found in India. its a very great and wild creature, but their population is decreasing day by day.we should take more steps to save them.

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