unknown mountains on postage stamps
USA 1981, ... for purple mountain majesties.
Designed by Chuck Ripper, (American wildlife artist).
USA 1988, postal stationerycard.
USA 1989, postal stationery card.
Class T1 Pennsylvania R.R., United States.
USA 1996/1997, nondenominated, nonprofit mountain stamp (5 cents)
1996 perforated/gummed & self-adhesive/diecut
Longest Mountain Chain, peak unknown.
The stamp was issued in the series "Wonders of America"
The Best Friend of Charleston was a steam locomotive built in 1830 for the South Carolina Canal and Rail Road Company (South Carolina).
The Eureka locomative was built in 1875 for the Eureka & Palisade Railroad (Colorado).
The miniaturesheet was issued in the series "Steam Trains".
Portrait: Mahatma Gandhi
Background: "Mountain Landscape with Indians" by John Mix Stanley (January 17, 1814 – April 10, 1872).
John Mix Stanley was an ardent adventurer and is famous for depictions of American Indians and western scenes. The artwork shows a Native American life scene (Indians - Indigenous peoples of the Americas), not a scene with peoples and landscape related to India.
The stamp was issued in the series "70th memorial anniversary of Mahatma Gandhi".