Czech Republic, 2003, 6.50 Kc. 12 (3/4) х 13. multicoloured
Stanley Gibbons: 381
Yvert et Tellier: 348
The stamp, inspired by Seifert's verses about Prague, is a symbol of his most beloved flower, the rose, and his most beloved city, Prague. The center of the graphic composition is the astronomical tower of the Clementinum with the statue of Atlant, the foreground the tower of Charles Bridge, the background the Church of Virgin Mary in front of the Týn, the left-hand upper corner the Church of St. Nicholas and the Powder Tower. Decorated in the right-hand border with tiny ornamentation details, the printed sheet has 9 stamps and 12 coupons. The coupons designed for the day of issue will bear logo of Postal Savings Bank and Czech Post and text; the empty coupons in the other printed sheets will be additionally printed according to the client's order.