The coat of arms of the Republic of Ingushetia is a circle surrounding an eagle with its wings outstretched, a symbol of nobility and valor, wisdom and loyalty.
The coat of arms of Magas is a modern French shield. The shield is an embodiment of protection, warrior’s honor and valiance. There is a golden eagle with its wings outstretched in the shield’s center. The eagle represents an idea of renaissance and renewal, as well as the rebirth of a city of Magas, the capital of Ingushetia.
The postage stamp depicts the coat of arms of Magas, and the souvenir sheet margins feature the coat of arms of the Republic of Ingushetia and a map of the Russian Federation.
The coat of arms of Perm Krai depicts a silver bear heading to the right placed on a red escutcheon, with a gospel in a golden cover featuring an eight-pointed cross on its back. The gospel is capped with a silver widened cross caved-in at the ends. The escutcheon is capped with a princely crown.
A heraldic description of the coat of arms of Perm is as follows: “Against the red background field, there is a silver walking bear carrying a golden gospel on its back and accompanied with a silver widened cross at the head of the escutcheon”.
The postage stamp depicts the coat of arms of Perm, and the souvenir sheet margins feature the coat of arms of Perm Krai and a map of the Russian Federation.
Additionally, FSUE PTC “Marka” has manufactured a first day cover and first day postmarks for Moscow, Perm and Magas.
Design: A. Moscovets.
Face value: 50.00 RUB.
Size of sheet: 90×60 mm, size of stamps in sheets: 30×42 mm.
Circulation: 70,000 sheets each.