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Kasur (Punjab)
10 Stamps issued in a complete set is here Beautiful stamps om qaide azam and Ayub khan to get complete images sms your email
Kasur (Punjab)
18 Stamps of with a large sheet of Rs 100 A complete set U can get all stamps imiges on you email just sms
Pakistan
Hello, I am selling my collection of stamps which contains various stamps from all over the world a collection which is more than 100 years older and contains a collection of rare and unique stamps from all over the world at a reasonable price. Alongside original photographs of Quaid-e-Azam Muhammad Ali Jinnah are also available which are extremly rare and 100% original at a reasonable price of Rs. /- The complete set of photographs and stamps along with stamp books can be purchased. Original First day of issue envelopes are also available which costs Rs. /- each. Please contact: -
Chiniot (Punjab)
Travancore Anchel rare used stamps with fine complete set. I am interesting to sell these rare stamps. Total 10 fine usede stamps.
Lahore (Punjab)
35 stamps r issued in a complete set is here get all images by making a sms for images sms your email
Karachi (Sindh)
Good News for Postal Stamp Lovers. More than 3500 Old Pakistani unused Postal Stamps. Period from 1950 to 1980. Precious and Rear. All are As Good As New. Seeing is Believing. Complete Album to be Sold. In Saddar and Boulton Market the stamp are sellers selling used stamps at Rs.80 to Rs.100 each while I am selling series and set of unused stamps at Rs.70 each for the whole album. Can have at your own choice. Rate for 100 selected stamps are Rs.100/- each. Rate of 300 selected stamps are Rs.83/- each Can whats app you more pics of stamps, Views: 58
Karachi (Sindh)
Good News for Postal Stamp Lovers. More than 5000 Old Pakistani unused Postal Stamps. Period from 1950 to 1980. Precious and Rear. All are As Good As New. Seeing is Believing. Complete Album to be Sold. In Saddar and Boulton Market the stamp are sellers selling used stamps at Rs.80 to Rs.100 each while I am selling series and set of unused stamps at Rs.70 each for the whole album. Can have at your own choice. Rate for 100 selected stamps are Rs.95/- each. Rate of 300 selected stamps are Rs.80/- each Can whats app you more pics of stamps, TO BE SOLD BEFORE EID
Karachi (Sindh)
Good News for Postal Stamp Lovers. More than 5000 Old Pakistani unused Postal Stamps. Period from 1950 to 1980. Precious and Rear. All are As Good As New. Seeing is Believing. Complete Album to be Sold. In Saddar and Boulton Market the stamp are sellers selling used stamps at Rs.80 to Rs.100 each while I am selling series and set of unused stamps at Rs.70 each for the whole album. Can have at your own choice. Rate for 100 selected stamps are Rs.99/- each. Rate of 300 selected stamps are Rs.83/- each Can whats app you more pics of stamps, TO BE SOLD BEFORE EID
Karachi (Sindh)
Good News for Postal Stamp Lovers. More than 3000 Old Pakistani unused Postal Stamps. Period from 1950 to 1980. Precious and Rear. All are As Good As New. Seeing is Believing. Complete Album to be Sold. In Saddar and Boulton Market the stamp sellers selling used stamps at Rs.80 to Rs.100 each while I am selling series and set of unused stamps at Rs.70 each. Can whats app you more pics of stamps,
Pakistan
my elder brother personally bought this complete series set in , on the same day when it was release, complete set of 27 stamps. unstamped
Pakistan
Animal Type: Dogs Seller Type: An Individual The Kangal Dog is a large, powerful, heavy-boned dog, whose size and proportions have developed naturally as a result of its continued use in Turkey as a guardian against predators. The head is large and moderately wide with drop ears. A properly proportioned Kangal Dog is slightly longer (measured from prosternum to point of buttocks) than tall (measured from the withers to the ground), and length of the front leg (measured from point of elbow to the ground) should equal slightly more than one-half of the dog's height. The tail, which is typically curled, completes the distinctive silhouette. The Kangal Dog has a double coat that is moderately short and quite dense. The Kangal Dog has a black mask and black velvety ears which contrast with a whole body color which may range from light dun to gray. Honorable scars or other evidences of injury resulting from working in the field are not to be penalized. The typical Kangal Dog is first and foremost a stock guardian dog and possesses a temperament typical of such dogs -- alert, territorial, and defensive of the domestic animals or the human family to which it has bonded. The Kangal Dog has the strength, the speed, and the courage to intercept and confront threats to the flocks of sheep and goats that it guards in both Turkey and the New World. Kangal Dogs prefer to intimidate predators but will take a physical stand and even attack if necessary. Kangal Dogs have an instinctive wariness of strange dogs but are not typically belligerent toward people. They are somewhat reserved with strangers, but loyal and affectionate with family. The objective in training this dog is to achieve a pack leader status. It is a natural instinct for a dog to have an order in their pack. When we humans live with dogs, we become their pack. The entire pack cooperatesunder a single leader. Lines are clearly defined and rules are set. Because a dog communicates his displeasure with growling and eventually biting, all other humans MUST be higher up in the order than the dog. The humans must be the ones making the decisions, not the dogs. That is the only way your relationship with your dog can be a complete Males 30-32 inches (77-86 cm.) Females 28-30 inches (72-77 cm.) Male: 110-145 pounds (50-66 kg.) Females 90-120 pounds (41-54 kg.) The Kangal Dog is an ancient flock-guarding breed, thought to be related to the early mastiff-type dogs depicted in Assyrian art. The breed is named for the Kangal District of Sivas Province in central Turkey where it probably originated. Although the breed has long been associated with the family of the Aga of Kangal, large landholders and chieftains, the majority are bred by villagers who take great pride in the dogs' ability to guard their flocks of sheep and goats from such traditional predators as the wolf, bear, and jackal. The relative isolation of the Sivas-Kangal region has kept the Kangal Dog free of cross-breeding and has resulted in a natural breed of remarkable uniformity in appearance, disposition, and behavior. Despite its regional origin, many Turks consider the Kangal Dog as their national dog. Turkish government and academic institutions operate breeding kennels where Kangal Dogs are bred and pedigrees are carefully maintained. The Kangal Dog has been featured on Turkish postage stamps and coins. The Kangal Dog was first reported in European and North American canine literature by David and Judith Nelson, Americans who studied the dogs while resident in Turkey. The Nelsons imported their first Kangal Dog to the United States in 1985. This dog, and subsequent imports, provided the foundation for the Kangal Dog in the United States. True Kangal Dogs are from the province of Sivas and the town of Kangal. Some people declare all Turkish shepherd's dogs to be one breed, the Anatolian Shepherd, however the true Turkish Kangal Dogs are said to be a separate breed from the generic Turkish shepherd's dog. The export of pure Kangal Dogs from Turkey has been controlled and now is virtually forbidden. The isolated historical conditions of the Sivas-Kangal region has resulted in the development of the Kangal Dog as a distinct breed, which has been declared the National Dog of Turkey and a national treasure. The true Turkish Kangal Dogs are first and foremost still primarily working shepherds. The Kangal Dog Club of America continues to work to ease import restrictions. Imported dogs are considered to be extremely valuable for their potential contribution to the genetic pool in the United States.

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