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Gibraltar-Vatican Joint Issue

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The Gibraltar-Vatican Joint Issue is a postage stamp that was released by Vatican City and the British Overseas Territory of Gibraltar in 2009. It commemorated the septcentenary of the devotion to Our Lady of Europe. The image on the stamp was a photograph of the statue of the Virgin and Child found in the Shrine of Our Lady of Europe at Europa Point in Gibraltar. The stamp was the first joint issue between Gibraltar and the Vatican.
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