1995 French LaF
- China PRC
- China ROC
- Eastern Europe
- 1938 LaF Portrait
- 1955 Florian
- 1978 Croix Rouge
- 1978 Flamex 3
- 1995 French LaF
One can be surprised at how much they did with this series. To view the individual items in each of the seven categories below, click on the hover buttons in the middle column or the images in the right-hand column.
First, you may want to take a closer look at these stamps themselves.
But besides the stamps, there were postcards almost identical with the stamps, with designs by R. & C. Sabatier.
Then there were also postcards with hologram-like art after the illustrations of Delierre and others.
Then there were also FDC envelopes with hologram-like art after the illustrations of Delierre and others.
Then there was also a set of envelopes with simpler hologram-like illustrations surrounded in gold like the edge of a stamp.
Another set of envelopes offers a contemporary line-drawing dramatizing the fable on the face of an FDC envelope.
And then a set of envelopes each of which features an image of its stamp at the left upper corner of the envelope.
And these envelopes came--five of them--with notecards showing the same pattern.
And then a set of smaller envelopes each of which features a cartoon in the style of its stamp at the left upper corner of the envelope.
A maxi postcard from Éditions Philatéliques showing GA in holographic or silk form.
A folded new year's greeting card featuring Odette Baillais' art, a stamp, and a first day of issue seal.
I found a three-holed landscape-formatted commemorative panel, almost 8½" x 12", containing the eight stamps, a colored hologram-like image of La Fontaine with animals by Odette Baillais, and a good section of text on La Fontaine.
Portrait-formatted documentation folder with images in the style of the stamp artists, R. and C. Sabatier.