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Radio Canada International, Speaking to the World - 15 cents 1971 - Canadian stamp

Radio Canada International, Speaking to the World 1971 - Canadian stamp

Specifications

  • Quantity: 9 825 000
  • Issue date: June 1, 1971
  • Printer: Canadian Bank Note Company, Limited
  • Perforation: 12
  • Scott: #541

Radio Canada International, Speaking to the World - 15 cents 1971 prices and values

The value of a Radio Canada International, Speaking to the World - 15 cents 1971 stamp depends on several factors such as quality and wear, supply and demand, rarity, finish and more. Values in the section are based on the market, trends, auctions and recognized books, publications and catalogs. This section also includes information on errors and varieties and characteristics.

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Radio Canada International, Speaking to the World - 15 cents 1971 $0.24 $0.35 $0.47 $2.00
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Radio Canada International, Speaking to the World - 15 cents 1971 $0.38 $0.51 $0.63
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Radio Canada International, Speaking to the World - 15 cents 1971 $0.76 $1.00 $1.30

Description

Entering the 2nd quarter century of its existence, the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation's shortwave transmission service, Radio Canada International, embarks upon a programme of improvements in 1971 with the inaugural of powerful new transmitters. The Service, officially inaugurated on February 25, 1945 as the result of an Order in Council signed some 2½ years previously, was founded on multiple recognized needs. As expressed at the time of inception, the existing needs were not only to provide members of the Canadian Armed Forces abroad with news and entertainment from home, but to project Canada to listeners in other countries. Other factors were the stimulation of an interchange of trade and the promotion of an exchange of programmes with other countries. In addition to providing service to the peoples of other lands and the Canadian Armed Forces, the transmitters near Sackville, New Brunswick, had a domestic usage in providing daily broadcasting to people in Canada's remote northern regions.

Creators

Designed by Burton Kramer

Note

The values on this page are in Canadian dollars (CAD).

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