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The new motif on the ATM (Automatic Teller Machine) dates back to the Brindille pattern introduced by Pierre-Joseph Boch in 1770. The blue rococo motif of delicate twigs
and lines was one of the first patterns of Luxembourg ceramics manufacturer Boch founded in 1767, and today it is one of the best-known Villeroy & Boch motifs.
Price of the stamp: €0.80
Layout: Vidale-Gloesener (L)
Printing: Offset on a special paper for thermal printing,
Royal Joh. Enschedé, Haarlem (NL)
Dimensions: 56 x 25 mm
"bongerten"or fruit gardens are a typical element of our cultural landscape. there is hardly another habitat in which nature conservation and land use are so ideally combined. in addition to many species of animals and plants, they are also home to another cultural treasure: a myriad of different fruit varieties. according to estimates made by the "natur&emwelt" foundation, luxembourg's "bongerten" contain around 600 regional fruit varieties.