Caribbean Islands
Martinique
Mont Pelée 1'307 m

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Mont Pele — Diamond Rock

Mount Pelée is an active volcano in the northern end of the island and French overseas department of Martinique in the Lesser Antilles island arc of the Caribbean.

Martinique 1947, postage due stamp, map of Martinique
(please move your mouse over the picture to see the set of 10 stamps)

 

France 1908 Martinique Mont Pelée volcano mountain stamp

Martinique 1908 (25¢), Mont Pelée.

25¢ (1922)
30¢ (1908)
30¢ (1922)
30¢ (1924)
30¢ (1925)
30¢ (1927)
35¢ (1908)
40¢ (1908)
45¢ (1908)
50¢ (1908)
50¢ (1922)
50¢ (1925)
60¢ (1925)
65¢ (1927)
75¢ (1908)
75¢ (1925)
75¢ (1927)
90¢ (1930)
15¢ on 30¢ (1924)
25¢ on 50¢ (1924)
25¢ on 50¢ (1924)
60¢ on 75¢ (1923)
65¢ on 45¢ (1925)
85¢ on 75¢ (1925)
     
90¢ on 75¢ (1927)

Martinique 1908-1928, Mont Pelée.

 

1f (1941)
Marshal Philippe Pétain
2.50f (1941)
Marshal Philippe Pétain
ovpt. 1f (1944)
Marshal Philippe Pétain
ovpt. 2.50f (1944)
Marshal Philippe Pétain

 

France 1947 Martinique Mont Pelée volcano mountain stamp

France 1947, Mont Pelée.

 

France 1947 Martinique Mont Pelée volcano mountain stamp

France 1947, Mont Pelée.

 

France 1947 Martinique Mont Pelée volcano mountain stamp

France 1947, Martinique and Diamond Rock in the foreground.

 

France 1955 Martinique Mont Pelée volcano mountain stamp

France 1955, Mont Pelée.

 

France 1999 Martinique Mont Pelée volcano mountain stamp

France 1999, Mont Pelée.

 

France 1999 Martinique Mont Pelée volcano mountain stamp Mali

Mali 1999, Mont Pelée eruption 1902.
The stamp was issued in the sheet "Volcanoes and Meteorites".

 

France 1997 www.mountainstamp.com Mont Pelee Martinique volcano stamp 2012

France 1997, Mont Pelée.
The stamp was issued in the series Collector «Le timbre fête les géants du feu».

 

Democratic Republic of the Congo 2013
On the illustration is depicted the Mont Pelée 1902 eruption.
The stamp is showing the Nyamulagira Volcano (Democratic Republic of the Congo).

The miniaturesheet was issued in the series "Volcans".

 

 

 

 

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