1960 CCTA Issue

Issued to commemorate the tenth anniversary of the Commission for Technical Cooperation in Africa South of the Sahara (CCTA).
Founded in 1950, the CCTA was an intergovernmental body dedicated to the spreading of scientific and technical knowledge. Its functions were to promote joint action and facilitate practical aid for the benefit of all the peoples of the African sub-continent.

Regular stamp: 389

Air mail stamp: C125


Issue date May 11, 1960
Printing method Lithographed
Printer E. A. Wright Bank Note Company
Paper Unwatermarked
Perforation 11½
Sheet size 5x5
Subjects Map of Africa

Further reading

CCT/CSA FAMA Inter-African Co-operation

See also

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