Monday, July 7, 2014

Jan Charles Vondrous

[Czechoslovakia] (b 1884/d 1970)

 He lived in the US since 1893  where he studied at the Academy of Art in New York . In 1910 he went to Prague and created a series of etchings and other graphic works, primarily with themes of urban architecture. In 1937 he started to design some stamps for Czechoslovakia and for the German Protectorate of Bohemia and Moravia...


Czechoslovakia 1937 "16th Anniversary of the Foundation of "Little Entente"" (2,1) [Recess] Sc(230,231)

Bohemia and Moravia 1939/1940 "Local Motifs" (13,9,3) [Engr (B. Heinz)][Recess] Sc(30,31,32,35)

Czechoslovakia 1946 "Views" (2,2,2) [Engr (Jindra Schmidt)][Recess] Sc(316,317)

Czechoslovakia 1954 "Professions" (13,13,1)  [Engr ( J.A. Svengsbir)][Recess]  Sc(645)

Czechoslovakia 1957 "Towns and Monuments" (6,6,3) [Engr (J. Goldschmied)(L. Jirka)][Recess] Sc(785,788,789) [ image credit StampWorld ]

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