Thursday, November 19, 2009
Pakistan issued a set of two stamps on the occasion of 1st SAARC Summit 1985. Flags of the member countries are printed on both stamps but a map of South Asia is also printed on Re.1/- stamp. This Re.1/- stamp was withdrawn later on due to India’s protest, as Kashmir was shown as a part of Pakistan.
Pakistan issued a set of two stamps, on August 14, 1987, on the Occasion of 40th Anniversary of Independence. Pakistani flag and National Anthem are printed on the stamps with value 80 paisa and Pakistani flag and Minar-e-Pakistan and Quaid-eAzam’s address with the nation on August 17, 1947 are printed on the other stamps with value Rs.3/-
Pakistan issued a set of four stamps, on April 20, 1981, on the Occasion of Third Islamic Summit Conference (Second Series). Flags of all participating countries are printed in circle around the Mecca on two stamps with same design with denominations 40 and 85 paisa. A postal used cover with one stamp of 40 paisa value on it is also displayed.
Pakistan issued a set of five stamps, on March 29, 1981, on the Occasion of “In Commemoration of the third Islamic Summit Conference at Mecca”. Afghan refugees and flags of all the participating countries are printed on two stamps with same design with denomination 40 paisa and Rs.1/-. These flags are shown in circle around the Mecca.