Other mathematical stamps



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ABACUS
Issued by Japan in (apparently) 1987 abacus1
Issued by Macao
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Issued by Liberia abacus4
Issued by Israel in 2005 abacus5
Issued by the Central African Empire in 1979 abacus6
Issued by Cuba in 1970 abacus7
Issued by Egypt in 1997 abacus8
Issued by Australia in 1972 abacus9
Issued by Ireland in 1988 abacus10
Issued by West Germany in 1987 abacus11
Issued by Venda in 1991 abacus12
Issued by the Democratic Republic of the Congo in 1971 abacus13
Issued by Colombia in 1977 abacus14
Issued by Albania in 1978 abacus15
Issued by Netherlands Antilles in 1966 abacus16

ACADEMIES and SOCIETIES

Issued by Colombia in 1962 on the 75th anniversary of the Columbian Society of Engineers colombia1
Issued by Colombia in 1994 colombia2

Issued by France in 1966: Acadèmie des Sciénces 300th anniversary french_academy2
Issued by France in 2016 french_academy_sciences

Issued by Luxembourg in 2005: International Association of Applied Mathematics and Mechanics gamm

Issued by Argentina in 2005: Balseiro Institute balseiro

Issued by Greece on June 19, 2018, for the 100th anniversary of the Hellenic Mathematical Society hms

Issued by Czechoslovakia in 1962, on the 100th anniversary of the Union of
Czechoslovak Mathematicians and Physicists

jcmf1 (Physicist Frantisek Zaviska and mathematician Karel Petr)
jcmf2 (Mathematicians: Miloslav Valouch and Juraj Hronec)
Issued by Czechoslovakia in 1987, on the 125th anniversary
jcmf5 (17th century geodetic work and computer graphics)
jcmf3 (mathematician J. M. Petzval, physicist C. Strouhal and mathematician V. Jarnik)
jcmf4 (Prague's astronomical clock, computer graphics and a formula)
Issued by the Czech Republic in 2012, on the 150th Anniversary jcmf6

Issued by Romania on September 30, 1966, on the 100th anniversary of the Romanian Science Academy.
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Issued by Switzerland in 2010 on the 550th anniversary of the founding of the University of Basel
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Issued by France in 1959 to celebrate the Grandes Écoles ecole1
Issued by France in 1994
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Issued by France in 1997
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ALGEBRAIC EXPRESSIONS
Issued by the Ukraine in 1998, depicting Timoshenko algebra1
Issued by Israel educate1

ALLIES DECRYPT SECRET ENEMY CODES
Issued by the USA on Aug. 17, 1992, as part of a large series of stamps commemorating events of World War II decrypt

AMPLITUDE MODULATION
Issued by Canada in 1987 amplitude_modulation

ARABIC CULTURE
Issued by Iraq in 1979 arabic_culture1
Issued by Libya in 1979 arabic_culture2
Issued by Mauritania in 1980 arabic_culture3
Issued by Tunisia in 1979 arabic_culture4
Issued by North Yemen in 1979 arabic_culture5
Issued by Yemen in 1979 arabic_culture6
Issued by Egypt in 1979 arabic_culture7
Issued by Kuwait in 1979 arabic_culture8
Issued by Oman in 1979 arabic_culture9
Issued by the United Arab Emirates in 1980 arabic_culture10
Issued by Yemen in 1979 arabic_culture11

ARABIC NUMERALS
Issued by Iran in 1987 arabic
Issued by Iraq in 2010 arabic2

ARITHMETIC
Issued by Niger in 1970 arithmetic1
Issued by the Netherlands Antilles in 1991 arithmetic2
Issued by Chile in 2002 arithmetic3
Issued by Guinea in 1962 arithmetic4
Issued by Hong Kong in 1991 arithmetic5
Issued by Surinam in 2005 arithmetic6
Issued by Portugal in 2009 arithmetic7
Issued by South Arabia in 1991 for International Reading Day. Includes the equation 1 + 3 = 4.
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Issued by Bolivia in 1998 arithmetic10
Issued by Niger in 1965 arithmetic11
Issued by Chad in 1970 arithmetic12

ARITHMETIKA HORVATSZKA
Issued by Croatia on Jan. 25, 2008, on the 250th anniversary of the Arithmetika Horvatszka, the first arithmetic book in the Croatian language arithmetika

ASTRONOMICAL INSTRUMENTS
Issued by China in 1953 armillarysphere
Issued by Portugal in 1992
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Issued by Portugal in 1993
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Issued by Peru in 2007 instrument9
Issued by Nicaragua in 1985 instrument10
JACOB'S STAFF
Issued by the Netherlands in 1986 jacob

BEST FIT CURVE
Issued by Australia in 1976 on the 50th anniversary of the establishment of the Commonwealth Scientific and Industrial Research Organisation best

BINARY NUMERALS
Issued by Macedonia in 2004 binary1

BINOMIAL
Shows the expansion of \(a+b)2 \\ and issued by Haiti in 1967 binomial
Issued by India in 1975, shows the Goddess Saraswathi and the writing in the background includes the expansion of a binomial. binomial2
Debraj Chakrabarti of the Dept. of Mathematics at the University of Western Ontario writes,
The text in the background is in Devanagari characters. These are used for writing Sanskrit, as well as some modern Indian languages, e.g. Hindi, Marathi, Nepali etc. ... The background is a mishmash of various bits and pieces, apparently assembled to celebrate Indian tradition in learning and literature on the occasion of the World Hindi Conference. ... The math formulas represent the way school students would read their geometry and algebra. This kind of notation was introduced in the nineteenth century, following European practice, replacing the Roman letters by Devanagari letters. ... The practise of using Devanagari letters as symbols in algebra is disappearing. Most people would today learn algebra using Roman letters as symbols. As the above makes clear, this text has nothing to do with Sanskrit mathematical works (which of course do not use modern notation.)

BORROMEAN RINGS
Issued by Italy on March 7, 2008, to commemorate the bicentennial of the Ricordi company, Italy's oldest publisher of written and recorded music. The design includes a set of Borromean rings. borromean

CALCULATING MACHINE
Issued by Germany on June 12, 1973, on the 350th anniversary of the calculator built by Prof. Wilhelm
Schickard, University of Tubingen schick
Issued by Germany in 2002, showing the calculating machine by Johann Christoph Schuster
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CENTRAL BUREAU OF STATISTICS
Issued by Israel in 2008
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CEVA'S THEOREM
Issued by Hong Kong in 2016, for the International Mathematical Olympiad. The stamp sheetlet features Ceva's Theorem and contains a circular stamp depicting a geometric problem that was formulated by Hong Kong and adopted in the 2010 Olympiad. ceva

COMPUTING
Issued by Egypt in 1969 computing1
Issued by Dominica in 2000 computing2

COUNTING WITH FINGERS
Issued by Tunisia in 1984 counting6
Issued by Iran in 1966 on the occasion of a census counting7

DODECAGON
Hauer was a composer of the twelve-tone technique (dodecaphony). Issued by Austria in 1983 dodecagon

DODECAHEDRON
Issued by Spain in 1964 dodecahedron

EGYPTIAN SURVEY AUTHORITY
Issued by Egypt in 1998 esa

ENIGMA
Issued by Poland in 1983 on the 50th anniversary of the breaking of the Naval Enigma enigma

ESCALANTE
Jaime Escalante taught mathematics. Issued by the USA in 2016 escalante

EUCLIDEAN GEOMETRY
Issued by Poland euclidean1

EUROPEAN CONGRESS OF MATHEMATICS, EIGHTH
Issued by Slovenia in 2021 congress1

EXPEDITION TO EGYPT
Shows π related to lengths of the Great Pyramid. First day cover showing stamps issued by France in 1972 expedition

FANTASY STAMPS
Here is a set of four stamps, dated 2004, "issued" by the non-existent nation of
Nichtsburg and Zilchstadt. They all relate to the number zero.
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FRACTALS
Issued by Sweden in 2000. Depicts the snowflake of Helge von Koch (1870-1924) vonkoch
Issued by Spain in 2001 fractal2
Issued by Israel in 1997 fractal1
Issued by Finland in 2000 with the stamps arranged in a tangram fractal3
Issued by Palau in 2005 fractal4
Issued by Turkey in 2020 fractal5

GAZETA MATEMATICA
Issued by Romania in 1945 to commemorate 50 years of Gazeta Matematica. Portraits of I. Ionescu, G. Titeica,
A. G. Ioachimescu, V. Cristescu
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GEOMETRY
Issued by Ivory Coast in 1970 geometry
Issued by Djibouti in 1982 geometry2

GEOMETRY IN NATURE
To be issued by Belgium in 2018 to 2022
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GOLDEN SECTION
Issued by Switzerland in 1987 to commemorate the 150th anniversary of
the Swiss Society of Engineers and Architects goldensection
Issued by San Marino and showing a painting by Piero Della Francesa goldensection2
Issued by Australia in 1972 goldensection3
Issued by Japan in 1986 goldensection4
Issued by Macau in 2007 goldensection5
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Issued by Liechtenstein in 2013 and showing the part of the Fibonacci sequence, the ratio of adjacent terms of the sequence, and an approximation to the Golden Ratio
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(The decimal representation of \φ\\ on this stamp has two errors: 3653 should be 36563, and 0911 should be 0917.),
issued by Italy in 2011 goldensection11

GOMBOC
Issued by Hungary in 2010. The stamps illustrate a Gömböc in different positions. The stamps are printed in panes of 30 stamps and in booklets of 30 which are arranged in such a manner that the Gömböc appears to come to life as you flip the booklet. The stamps honour the world's largest Gömböc, which is on display in the Hungarian pavilion at the World Expo 2010. gomboc

GRAPHS
Issued by Norway in 1976 on the centenary of the Central Bureau of Statistics
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Issued by Portugal graph3
Issued by Egypt in 1975 graph5
Issued by Egypt in 1976 graph6
Issued by Belgium in 1986 graph7
Issued by Iraq on November 29, 1965 graph8
Issued by India in 1977 graph9
Issued by Belgium in 1974 graph10
Issued by Colombia in 1973 graph11
Issued by Senegal in 1976 graph12
Issued by Turkey in 1955 graph13
Issued by Yemen in 1973 graph14
Issued by the Philippines in 1989 graph15
Issued by Egypt in 1996 graph16
Issued by Australia in 1974 graph17
Issued by Kuwait on March 28, 1965
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Issued by Turkey in 1960 graph21
Issued by Egypt in 1974 graph22
Issued by Denmark in 1986 graph23
Issued by Egypt in 1996 graph24
Issued by Israel in 1992 graph25
Issued by Thailand in 1978 graph26
Issued by Thailand in 1990 graph27
Issued by Turkey in 1991 graph28
Issued by the United Nations in 1980 graph29
Issued by Venezuela in 1971 graph30
Issued by Syria in 1981 graph31
Issued by Brazil in 1992 graph32
Issued by Iraq in 1987 graph33
Issued by Moncao in 1999 graph34
Issued by Taiwan in 1996 graph35
Issued by Uruguay in 1993 graph36
Issued by Antigua and Barbuda in 2001 graph37
Issued by Ethiopia in 1974 graph38
Issued by Ethiopia in 1986 graph39
Issued by Japan in 1981 graph40
Issued by Turkey in 1960 graph41
Issued by Egypt in 1994 graph42
Issued by Egypt in 1994 graph43
Issued by Egypt in 2003 graph44
Issued by Colombia in 1994 graph45
Issued by Chile in 1953 graph46
Issued by Luxembourg in 2012 graph47

GREAT TRIGONOMETRICAL SURVEY
Issued by India trigsurv

HEXAGON
Issued by France in 1981 hexagon

HIEROGLYPHICS
Issued by France in 1972 on the anniversary of the announcement of the deciphering of hieroglyphics by Jean François Champollion hieroglyphics
Issued by Monaco in 1990 hieroglyphics2
Issued by Egyptin 1972 hieroglyphics3
Issued by the Central African Republic in 2002 hieroglyphics4
Issued by Egypt in 1999 hieroglyphics5

HISTOGRAMS
Issued by Austria on April 6, 1979, on the 150th anniversary of the Austrian Central Statistics Bureau histogram
Issued by Germany in 1989 on the centennial of the state insurance programhistogram2

HISTORY OF COUNTING POST CARDS
Issued by Romania in 2004. counting1.jpg depicts the Original Odhner Counter produced in Gothenburg.
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IMPOSSIBLE FIGURES OF OSCAR REUTERSVARD
Issued by Sweden in 1982. The first image is an impossible triangle created in 1934.
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IMPOSSIBLE TRIANGLE
Issued by Israel in 1974 impossible4
Issued by Syria in 2008 impossible5

INCA MATH
Issued by Rwanda in 1974 as part of a six-stamp set commemorating the UPU centenary, showing knot-based Inca math inca

INDIAN MATHEMATICAL SOCIETY
Issued by India in 2009 ims

INSCRIBED TRIANGLE
Issued by Taiwan in 1969 inscribed

INTERNATIONAL CONGRESS OF GEOMETRICIANS
Issued by Switzerland in 1981 geometricians

INTERNATIONAL CONGRESS OF MATHEMATICIANS
Issued by the Soviet Union on July 20, 1966, for a Congress held in Moscow icm1
Issued by Finland in 1978 finland
Issued by Japan in 1990 icm90
Issued by Germany, 1998 (the Congress was held in Berlin)
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Issued by Spain in 2006 and showing an early form of Hindu-Arabic numerals as they appear in the Codex Vigilanus icm2006
Issued by South Korea in 2014 showing the Pythagorean theorem icm2014a
Showing a graph and Euler icm2014b
Showing Pascal's triangle icm2014c
A sheet of stamps icm2014d

INTERNATIONAL MATHEMATICAL OLYMPIAD
Issued by Slovakia in 2019 olympiad_2019

INTERNATIONAL YEAR OF STATISTICS
Issued by Portugal on May 24, 2013
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LAWS AND THEOREMS.
Issued by Nicaragua on May 15, 1971, under the title "Mathematical Equations Which Changed the World."
Maxwell's law formula1
Boltzmann's law formula2
Newton's law formula3
Tsiolkovski's law formula4
Napier, logarithms formula6
Einstein's theory formula7
Archimedes' principle formula8
Using fingers to count formula9
Broglie's law formula10 (see also Pythagoras)

LISSAJOUS CURVE
Issued by Japan in 1960 lissajous

MAGIC SQUARES
Issued by Macau in 2014
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Issued by South Korea in 2019. The person pictured is Choi Seok-jeong. magic9

MATH COMPETITION
Austria, 2007, not an official stamp competition

MATHEMATICAL CONGRESS
Issued by French Polynesia in 1993 to commemmorate the 15th Congress of Australian Mathematicians
or the 15th anniversary of Australian math competition for pupils polynesia
Issued by Iran in 1994 to commemorate the 25th annual Iranian Mathematical Conference. irankonf
Issued by Hungary in 1996 on the occasion of a Mathematical Congress held in Hungary hungary1
Issued by Pakistan in 1975 icms1
Issued by Austria on September 14, 1981, for a Congress was held at Innsbruck. The inscription on the picture is
'Impossible Construction of Cube' by M. C. Escher cong1

MAYAN NUMERALS
Issued by the German Democratic Republic in 1981 maya.

MELANCHOLIA
Issued by Aitutaki and showing the Dürer engraving which includes mathematical objects melancholia
Issued by Angola in 2000 melancholia2
Issued by Djibouti in 2007 melancholia3

METRIC SYSTEM
Issued by the Netherlands in 1975 on the 100th anniversary of the meter convention, when 17 countries signed the 'Convention du Metre' in Paris metric1
Issued by Australia on March 7, 1973
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Issued by France in 1975 metric6
Issued by Switzerland in 1975 metric7
Issued by Romania in 1966
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Issued by Singapore metric10
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Issued by Sweden in 1975 metric13
Issued by Denmark in 1983 metric14
Issued by Finland in 1987 metric15
Issued by Hungary in 1976
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Issued by Turkey in 1970 metric19
Issued by the Republic of South Africa in 1977 metric20
Issued by the Soviet Union in 1975 metric21
Issued by Yugoslavia in 1973 metric22
Issued by Kenya, Uganda, and Tanzania metric23
Issued by Surinam in 1975 metric24
Issued by France metric25
Issued by Ghana in 1975
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Issued by Japan in 1959 metric30
Issued by Brazil in 1962 metric31
Issued by Cuba in 1977 metric32
Issued by Indonesia in 1975 metric33
Issued by South Korea in 1975 metric34
Issued by Pakistan in 1974 metric35
Issued by Bangladesh in 1983 metric36
Issued by Romania in 1975 metric37
Issued by Guyana in 1982 metric38
Issued by Ethiopia in 1982 metric39
Issued by Nigeria in 1980 metric40
Issued by Mexico in 1957 metric41
Issued by Denmark in 2007 metric42
Issued by India in 2006 metric43
Issued by Italy in 1990 metric44
Issued by the Republic of Korea in 1964 metric45
Issued by New Zealand in 1976 metric46
Issued by Norway in 1975 metric47

MISSION OF LA CONDAMINE, MAUPERTIUS, AND OTHERS (1736) to Quito and Laponia to measure one degree of longitude.
Issued by Ecuador in 1936 mission1
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Issued by France on September 5, 1986 mission5
Issued by Finland in 1986 mission6
Issued by Ecuador in 1986 mission7
Issued by Ecuador in 1986 mission8
A first day cover showing 1986 stamps of France and Finland mission9

MÖBIUS STRIP
Issued by Brazil in 1967 moebius
Issued by Brazil in 1973 moebius2
Issued by the Netherlands in 1969 moebius3
Issued by Belgium in 1969 moebius8
Issued by Luxembourg in 1969 moebius9
Issued by Brazil in 1974 (these are actually not Moebius strips) moebius4
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MULTIPLICATION TABLE AND CALENDAR
Issued by China in 2012 multiplication_table

NEGATIVE NUMBERS
Issued by the Togo Republic and showing a page from Precious Mirror of Four Elements (1303) negative

NUMERALS
Issued by Turkey in 1940 commemorating the 1940 census numerals
Issued by France in 1982 numerals2
Issued by Turkey in 1950 commemorating the 1950 census numerals3
Issued by St. Lucia in 1990 numerals4
Issued by Azerbaijan in 2006 numerals5

OCTAGON
Also shows other polygons and circles and semicircles.
Issued by Switzerland in 1993 octagon

OCTAHEDRON
Issued by Sweden in 2012
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OPTICAL ILLUSIONS
Issued by Germany in 2019
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PAPER FOLDING
Folding in this manner produces a regular pentagon. Issued by Japan in 1980.
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PARABOLA
Issued by Sweden in 1974 parabola

PASCAL'S TRIANGLE
Issued by Liberia and showing a page from Precious Mirror of Four Elements (1303) triangle1
Issued by South Korea in 2014 triangle2

PI
Issued by Italy in 2013 to commemorate the Year of Archimedes pi
Issued by Israel in November 2019 for the 70th anniversary of the Weizmann Institute of Science pi2

POLYHEDRON
Issued by Germany in 1973 polyhedron

PONTIFICAL ACADEMY OF SCIENCES
Issued by Vatican City in 1986. The first stamp shows Euclid vatican1
The second stamp shows Pythagoras and Heraclitus vatican2

PRIME NUMBER
Issued by Liechtenstein in 2004 and showing the 39th Mersenne prime number (discovered in 2001)
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QUATERNIONS
Issued by Ireland on May 4, 1983 quaternions

RAPHAEL'S SCHOOL OF ATHENS.
Issued by Comoros in 1977 raphael9
Issued by Greece in 1978 raphael10
Issued by Sierra Leone in 1983 raphael11
Issued by Sierra Leone in 1983, showing detail of this painting. Pictured are Euclid, Ptolemy, Pythagoras, and others
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Issued by Cambodia in 1983
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Issued by North Korea in 1983 raphael8
Issued by Vatican City in 1986
vatican1 (showing Euclid)
vatican2 (showing Pythagoras and Heraclitus)
Issued by Ajamn in 1987 raphael7
Issued by Angola in 2003 raphael6

RUTHERFORD
Issued by the Soviet Union on Aug. 24, 1971. The stamp depicts the physicist Rutherford, but also shows a mathematical drawing rutherford1

SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY
Includes fractals and other mathematical subjects. Issued by Macau (also spelled Macao) in 2002, 2004, and 2006.
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Issued by the USA in 2018
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SINE CURVE
Issued by Great Britain in 1969 sine

SLIDE RULE
Issued by Romania in 1957 sliderule

SOLIDS
Issued by Spain in 1982
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SPIRAL
Issued by New Caledonia in 1985 spiral
Issued by Pakistan in 2000 spiral2
Issued by the French Antarctic Territories in 2018 spiral3

SPUTNIK
Issued by the Soviet Union on Aug. 10, 1976. The stamp shows an integral expression sputnik

SUBTRACTION
Issued by Turkey in 1959 subtraction

SYMBOLS
Issued by Finland in 1969 symbols1
Issued by Colombia in 1968 symbols2
Issued by the Netherlands in 2003 symbols3

TABLE OF CALCULATION
Issued by Algeria in 2003
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TEACHING MATHEMATICS
Issued by the Soviet Union on September 28, 1961, part of a three-stamp series publicizing Communist labour teams workers
Issued in by Laos in 1981, the International Year of the Disabled workers2
Issued by Belgium in 1951 teaching1
Issued by Guinea-Bissau in 1979 teaching2
Issued by Djibouti in 1982 teaching3
Issued by Finland in 1969 teaching4
Issued by Paraguay in 2001 teaching5

WORLD OF WILLIAM AND MARY
Issued by the Netherlands in 1988, depicting events in the era of William III and Mary, and naming Newton and Huygens william

WORLD MATHEMATICAL YEAR
Issued by Belgium in 2000 belgium1
Issued by Italy in 2000 italy2000
Issued by the Czech Republic in 2000. Design shows an inequality and the names Fermat and Wiles fermat-wiles
Issued by Portugal in 2000. Shows Poincare, Godel, Kolmogorov portugal1
Issued by Portugal in 2000. Shows Turing and von Neumann portugal2
Issued by Spain on May 25, 2000. The stamp depicts Julio Rey Pastor (1888-1962), a Spanish
mathematician who wrote some books on mathematics, incuding the history of mathematics spain00
Issued by Monaco in 2000 monaco2000
Issued by Croatia in 2000 croatia2000
Issued by Slovakia in 2000 slovakia2000
Issued by Luxembourg in 2000 luxembourg2000
Issued by Korea in 2000 korea2000
Issued by Argentina in 2000 argentina2000
Issued by Hungary in 2000 hungary2000
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hungary2000b (from Magyar Posta:
This is a real philatelic curiosity. It was made with offset, UV and screen-printing using OEI inks, which was used for the first time in Hungarian stamp printing, it was printed on protected paper and has a hologram on it.
By placing the miniature sheet in UV light the black serial number fluoresces green, along the stamp perforation the text 'Jeles magyar matematikusok' (outstanding Hungarian mathematicians) can be read, as can the names of 57 outstanding Hungarian mathematicians.)
The names are:
Arany Dániel, Bauer Mihály, Beke Manó, Bolyai Farkas, Bolyai János, Csernák László, Csillag Pál, Dienes Pál, Bugonics András, Egerváry Jenõ, Erdõs Pál, Farkas Gyula, Fejér Lipót, Fekete Mihály, Fodor Géza, Frey Tamás, Gallai Tibor, Geõcze Zorád, Grünwald Géza, Haar Alfréd, Hajós György, Hatvani István, Hunyady Jenõ, Jordan Károly, Kalmár László, Kármán Tódor, Kerékjártó Béla, Kõnig Dénes, Kõnig Gyula, Kürschák József, Lakatos Imre, Makó Pál, Maróthi György, Neumann János, Péter Rózsa, Pólya György, Radó Tibor, Rados Gusztáv, Rédei László, Rényi Alfréd, Réthy Mór, Riesz Frigyes, Riesz Marcell, Schlesinger Lajos, Schweitzer Miklós, Segner János András, Sidon Simon, Sipos Pál, Szász Ottó, Szegõ Gábor, Szele Tibor, Szõkefalvi-Nagy Béla, Szõkefalvi-Nagy Gyula, Szûcs Adolf, Turán Pál, Vályi Gyula, Varga Tamás.