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Returning to post number 9 of this thread and William Caxton.



I attach the insert from the Post Office pack which gives some detail about the stamps.




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Issued on 20 June 1947.     The atelier of copperplate printer Ernst Röhm.       (Austria)
       


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Issued on 13 March 1998 to celebrate the 200th anniversary of lithography.       (Austria)




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Issued on 7 May 1982 to celebrate 500 Years Printing in Austria.  Another griffon with a pair of ink balls      (Austria)



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Issued on 5 July 1977  150 years newspaper "El Mercurio de Valparaíso"      (Chile)




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Issued on 13 December 2011     More hot metal on a stamp      Centenary of the Newspaper El Tiempo     (Colombia)



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Issued on 15 August 2018    60th Anniversary of the Newspaper "Ou Mon"     (Macau)
Two stamps, one showing a modern web press and of more interest is one which states it is the old case room






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Issued on 15 November 1958 to celebrate 100 Years of Romanian Stamps    (Romania)
Printer at a manual stamp printing press



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Issued on 10 December 2020 in a series 'ancient artefacts (2020)'      (North Korea)
The 70 North Korean Wan shows metal type



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Twenty years before, South Korea issued the following stamp on 2 March 2000 in a series 'Millenium'
The invention of movable type



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Issued on 1 November 2017  The Revolution, 63rd Anniversary   (Algeria)




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Issued on 13 October 2000  Print and paper labourers  (Austria)



The right hand side is from an image used by a few countries on their stamps:
Reply number
105:  Issued on 8 August 1969    (Yemen Arab Republic) 
107:  Issued on 17 September 2002   (Switzerland)
121:  Issued on 14 October 1996     Planning of the Stamp and Coin Museum     (Monaco)

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Issued on 26 September 2014   (Armenia)
Voskan Yerevantsi (1614 – 1674) was one of the first Armenian book publishers.
In 1666-1668 the first printed Bible in Armenian was published.
He appears on the stamp along with a picture of the Bible and a printing press on the mini-sheet






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Issued on 5 January 1984 for the 100th Anniversary of the Newspaper "Amigoe de Curaçao"         (Netherlands Antilles)
A modern web press is depicted along the bottom of the stamp



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Issued on 18 March 2019   150th Anniversary of the State Postage Printer    (Belgium)
Although the stamps themselves have no presses on, the souvenir sheets do







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