Folk Costumes of Southeastern Estonia


Hargla


Date of Issue : September 12, 2000
Designer : Mari Kaarma
Denomination : 4 kr 40 s
Perforation : 13¾:14
Sheet Content : 50 Stamps (10 x 5)
Quantity Issued : 1 254 600
Order Number : 202-08-2000

Sunday clothes of Hargla were in light tones. Women's wore long coats and cardigans bordered with fine red and green cord, while men's coats were bordered with black. The stamp features a family in Hargla Sunday dress.

Põlva

Estonian
Folk Costumes Stamps:

23.08.1994 - Jämaja
23.08.1994 - Mustjala
30.03.1995 - Muhu
26.03.1996 - Emmaste
26.03.1996 - Reigi
10.06.1997 - Ruhnu
10.06.1997 - Vormsi
21.08.1998 - Kihnu
12.10.1999 - Setu
12.09.2000 - Southeastern Estonia

Denomination : 8 kr
Perforation : 13¾:14
Sheet Content : 50 Stamps (10 x 5)
Printing Process : Offset
Printing House : AS Vaba Maa
Quantity Issued : 726 750
Order Number : 203-08-2000
First Day Cover Number : 2000-13
Estonian Post : Folk Costumes of Southeastern Estonia

In Põlva, a black woollen plaid with coloured borders was worn with Sunday dress. Women wore a head ribbon in summer and a hat with a red top in winter. The stamp pictures two women in Põlva Sunday dress.

Estonian Post maximum cards:

  • No 27 - Hargla
  • No 28 - Põlva
  • More information:

  • Estonian National Museum

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