50 YEARS OF THE P.E.N. CLUB OF MONACO

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The P.E.N. Club International granted the Principality of Monaco a national P.E.N. branch in 1968. Established in 1921, P.E.N. (Poets, Essayists, Novelists) International is a global, apolitical association with its headquarters in London. Its aim is to defend freedom of expression while rejecting press abuses such as the falsification of facts for political or personal purposes. Armand Lunel, a philosophy teacher at Monaco’s Lycée Albert Ier and the first winner of the Prix Renaudot (1925) was the first President of the P.E.N. Club of Monaco.

Caractéristiques
Design Alain GIAMPAOLI
Line-engraving Elsa CATELIN
Printing process Steel-engraving and offset
Size of the stamp 30 x 40.85 mm horizontal
Quantity of issue 45,000 stamps
Note Sheet of 10 stamps with illuminations
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