WILLIAM SHAKESPEARE BORN 450 YEARS AGO

W. Shakespeare 450years birth anniversaryPhotography: György József Hajdú

On the occasion of William Shakespeare’s (1564-1616) – 450 years anniversary, the Hungarian Post issued a numbered surcharge block commemorative stamp in honor to one of the greatest English-language drama, playwriter, national poet and actor.

 On the occasion of William Shakespeare’s (1564-1616) – 450 years anniversary the Hungarian Post issued a numbered surcharge block commemorative stamp in honor to one of the greatest English-language drama, playwriter, national poet and actor. János Kass excellent artist designed the stamp blocks (1927-2010) upon Mihály Munkácsy Kossuth Prize – winning graphic artist, sculptor, designer work.  Hamlet’s illustrations of “The Queen” and “The Skull” works have been reproducing. Revenue from the surcharge from stamp blocks 100 HUF will be transferred to the support the Hungarian Post’s youth philately. The block is manufactured on the basis of Security Printing ANY graphic artist György Kara plans. The block is available from April, 25. 2014. Can be purchased at larger post offices, but can be ordered through the online philately stores as well … the Philatelic Center, Hungarian Posta Office Ltd.: philately@posta.hu or at Philatelic Department, Hungarian Posta Office Ltd.:  belyeg@posta.hu

Reminder … The surcharge of the block may not be used to pay for postage for letter-mail items.

 “Shakespeare’s works have been translated into almost all living languages ​​and his plays are Performed Constantly. He is one of the few who wrote both Playwrights Comedies and tragedies That have stood the test of time. His literary output reflects not only poetry and drama of the Highest caliber, but encompasses every aspect Also of human life, portraying the varied now NUANCES of emotion, and Clearly and succinctly expressing philosophical ideas. His written works Were Between 1588 and 1616th His tragedies are regarded as the height of his achievements. Hamlet, his first tragic hero, as well Mentioned more frequently than any other Shakespearean character Particularly due to his famous monologue “To be, or not to be: That is the question.” (Source: wikipedia.org)

Update by Aggie Reiter

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