Dory - 39 cents 1990 - Canadian stamp
- Quantity: 3 900 000
- Issue date: March 15, 1990
- Printer: Ashton-Potter Limited
- Scott: #1266
In recognition of the important role played by work boasts during Canada's early history, Canada Post Corporation is issuing four se tenant commemorative stamps. These stamps are the second in a series on small craft and feature a fishing boat called the dory; the pointer or "lumberman's batteau"; the North canoe which was used by traders and explorers; and the Hudson's Bay Company's York boat. The stamps are designed by Louis-André Rivard and illustrated by Bernard Leduc, who also produced the first set. Both are of Montreal.
Canada Post Corporation. Presenting, 1990.
Designed by Louis-André Rivard
Based on illustrations by Bernard Leduc
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