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Stamps - Inventors and Inventions
 

CARTOONISTS & THEIR INVENTIONS
A cultural exhibition by IFIA

This exhibition is composed of 115 non-captioned cartoons on inventions by 62 artists from 36 countries. Size A3 and A4. Plastified. Lightweight. Easy transportation.

First presented in April 1997 for 10 days at the 25th International Exhibition of Inventions, Geneva. It was later presented for one week starting November 21, 1997 in Bern (Switzerland) at the "Infocenter" of the Federal Institute of Intellectual Property, on the occasion of its official inauguration. It was also presented in Budapest (Hungary) from March 16 to 22, 1998 on the initiative of the Association of Hungarian Inventors. More recently, this exhibit was shown in Riyadh (Saudi Arabia) in the framework of the second exhibition of Saudi inventors (April 4-5, 2003)

This exhibition can be rented from IFIA. Catalogue available upon request.

 

.STAMPS INVENTORS & INVENTIONS
A cultural exhibition by IFIA

This exhibition was displayed for the first time in Geneva at the 26th International Exhibition of Inventions (March 27 to April 5, 1998). A world premiere. More recently, it was displayed in Seoul (Rep. of Korea) in the framework of the 2002 Seoul International Exhibition of Inventions (December 4-7, 2002) and Riyadh (Saudi Arabia) on the occasion of the second exhibition of Saudi inventors (April 4-5, 2003)

pelican.jpg (16254 bytes)Around 1,000 stamps from 74 countries were on exhibition, most of them enlarged, and all of them finely presented by theme, exceptionally by country. A few orginial specimens were shown under glass. The aim of IFIA was not to mount a philatelic exhibition as such, meant exclusively for specialists and collectors, but to stage a cultural event. This exhibition is composed of over 150 plastified A3, A4 and A5 posters.

This exhibition can be rented from IFIA.
A 16-page illustrative brochure was published as a souvenir of the exhibition. It exists in English, French and Korean, and is accompanied by several black and white illustrations.

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