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George A. Gundersen
George A. Gundersen, 1970
National Archives of Canada, (POS-3558)

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The database on the creators of Canadian and British North American stamps contains biographical information on the individuals responsible for creating stamps. This database also includes administrative notices on the printers of stamps.

Stamp creators include artists, designers, as well as those in the employment of printers, such as draftspersons, graphic artists, and engravers. These may also include the creators of the works that are the main subject of individual stamps, such as painters, photographers, sculptors, etc. An alphabetical list of the names contained in the database is available for consultation.

This research tool complements the reference documents for individual Canadian stamps. It provides links to more than 1,700 of these stamps and constitutes a solid information base on stamp creators. The database also provides a link to descriptions of the original works conserved by the National Archives of Canada.

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