DAVIS MUSEUM

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Museum Stamps

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This section from The Davis Museum consists of 25 real custom stamps produced by the Real Casa de la Moneda - Fábrica Nacional de Moneda y Timbre (RCM - FNMT), meeting all the requirements and guarantees of their own security from the effects of postage. The postage stamps will be inserted into the literal RATE A, whose value is equivalent to the national standard rate card. RATE A is for domestic shipments of standard letters and postcards up to 20 grams.Therefore, the time and level of service in the Postal Network will be equivalent to the actual postage of 0.34 € (2016). This limited edition of only 25 stamps is not available for ordinary use, but exclusively for public and private collections.


Public and Private Collections

Stamp 04/25 - Biblioteca de la Facultad de Bellas Artes de la Universidad Complutense de Madrid, Spain.
Stamp 03/25 - Francesc Torres Collection, Barcelona, Spain.
Stamp 02/25 - Rose Marie Barrientos Collection, Barcelona, Spain.
Stamp 01/25 - La Erreria (House of Bent) Collection, Xátiva, Spain.




Davis Lisboa, Davis Museum (Stamps), 2016, adhesive phosphorescent paper, 1,1 x 1,57 in (28,8 x 40,9 mm) without perforation.



Davis Lisboa, Marcel Broodtahers #4 (Stamps), 2016, adhesive phosphorescent paper, 1,1 x 1,57 in (28,8 x 40,9 mm) without perforation.



Davis Lisboa, Robert Filliou #3 (Stamps), 2016, adhesive phosphorescent paper, 1,1 x 1,57 in (28,8 x 40,9 mm) without perforation.



Davis Lisboa, Marcel Duchamp #4 (Stamps), 2016, adhesive phosphorescent paper, 1,1 x 1,57 in (28,8 x 40,9 mm) without perforation.