This set of four postage stamps was issued by Luxembourg to commemorate the 600th anniversary of the death of national hero Jean the Blind, Count of Luxembourg, at the Battle of Crécy, which occurred in 1346 and took place in northern France.
CARITAS (charity) issue.
Issue date: December 5, 1946
Size of each stamp: 24.4 x 29.3 mm
Designer: Joseph Probst
Printers: Courvoisier (Helio Courvoisier) S. A.
Perforation: 11¾ x 12
Print run: 102,750.
Mint, never hinged, condition.
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