FRENCH SOUTHERN & ANTARCTIC TERR.
|SC||388||0.54e||10 May 07||Chelonia mydas||S/S of five stamps, each depicting one of the Iles Esparses (Scattered Islands), in the Indian Ocean, owned by France. Large turtle in right margin of sheet but no turtles on stamps.||A considerable amount of French text and a map in sheet margin. Inscribed "Iles Eparses" in prominent white writing.|
|SC||420||None*||05 Nov 09||Eretmochelys imbricata||Large prestige booklet w/ four blocks of four different stamps each, plus the photograph from which the turtle stamp image was taken and a turtle on the outside of the back cover.||* Although non-denominated, the stamps are described as being permanently valid for mailings of less than 20 grams "between bases of the FAAT". They therefore appear to be valid locals.|
|SC||420||e||none*||05 Nov 09||Eretmochelys imbricata||Individual stamp w/ turtle from Scott French Southern & Antarctic Territories #420.||* Although non-denominated, this stamp is permanently valid for mailings of less than 20 grams between bases of the FAAT.|
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