Emissions of state valuable postal matter in September

On September 2, a postal block dedicated to the 875th Anniversary of Moscow will go into postal circulation

Moscow is the capital of Russia, a city of federal status and the administrative center of the Central Federal District. It is the largest city in Russia in terms of population (12,635,466 people as of 2022) and its constituent region.

Moscow is a popular tourist center of Russia. The Kremlin, the Red Square, the Novodevichy Monastery and the Church of the Ascension in Kolomenskoye are on the UNESCO World Heritage List. The city is a major transport hub with its 6 airports, 10 railway stations, and 3 river harbors. Since 1935, Moscow has had a metro system in operation.

Contemporary Moscow has more than 100 theaters; it is home to more than 60 museums. The city is nationwide largest financial center, an international business center, and the management center of much of the country's economy.

The postage stamp provides a view of the Moscow Kremlin from the Moskva River embankment and the Moscow City International Business Center; the margins of the block feature City landmarks: the monument to Yury Dolgoruky, the Cathedral of Intercession of the Virgin, the Menshikov Tower, the Triumphal Arch, the Friendship of Peoples Fountain, the Moscow State University building, the Ostankino Tower and Zaryadye Park with the Soaring Bridge.

In addition to the issue of the postal block, JSC Marka will produce First Day Covers and a special cancel for Moscow, as well as an illustrated envelope with the postal block, a label and a First Day Cover with a cancel for Moscow inside.


Design Artist: O. Savina.
Face value: 200 rubles.
Block size: 100×100 mm, stamp size in the block: 37×37 mm
Quantity: 25 thousand blocks.


On September 2, a postal block with an overprint dedicated to the 875th Anniversary of Moscow will go into postal circulation in the Coats of Arms of Constituent Entities and Cities of the Russian Federation series

The up-to-date coat of arms was reinstated by a Decree of the Mayor of Moscow in 1993, on the model of the first official coat of arms of the capital of 1781. In 1995 and 2003, it was reapproved by the laws of the city of Moscow.

The coat of arms of Moscow has the form of a quadrangular dark red heraldic shield with rounded lower corners and pointed at the tip. It depicts Saint George the Conqueror in a silver armor suit and a blue robe on a silver horse. The horseman slays the black dragon with a golden spear.

Saint George was the patron saint of Prince Yuri Dolgoruky of Moscow. Since the time of Dmitry Donskoy, the Saint has been the patron saint and the sponsor of the city of Moscow.

The postage stamp provides an image of the up-to-date coat of arms of the capital and the new face value of 100 rubles; the margins of the block feature coats of arms of 1730, 1781, 1883 and 1924 and the overprint text: “875 лет” (875 Years).


Design Artists: A. Moskovets (block) and M. Miloradova (overprint).
Face value: 100 rubles.
Block size: 90×90 mm, stamp size in the block: 45×45 mm
Quantity: 20 thousand blocks.


On September 5, 2022, a postage stamp dedicated to the 2nd International Tiger Forum will go into postal circulation in the framework of the joint issue of the Russian Federation with the countries that are the tiger distribution area


On September 5, 2022, the 2nd International Tiger Forum will be held on the launch day of the Eastern Economic Forum that will bring together country leaders, representatives of relevant ministries and agencies, scientists and international experts in the field of endangered species protection.

The countries of the tiger distribution area have increased the protection of the species and its habitats, stepped up the fight against poaching, and are carrying out systematic work to resolve conflicts between humans and tigers and to provide ecological education for the population.

The measures taken have made it possible to increase the total number of tigers in the wild. However, the situation with the tiger abundance and its trend varies from country to country.

The 10 countries participating in the joint issue are as follows: Socialist Republic of Vietnam, Kingdom of Cambodia, People's Republic of China, Democratic People's Republic of Korea, Malaysia, Lao People's Democratic Republic, Republic of the Union of Myanmar, Russian Federation, Republic of India, and Republic of Indonesia.

The postage stamp of the Russian Federation provides an image of an Amur tiger and the Forum logo.

In addition to the issue of the postage stamp, JSC Marka will produce First Day Covers and special cancels for Moscow and Vladivostok, as well as a maxi-card and an illustrated envelope with the postage stamps and a label inside.


Design Artist: S. Ulyanovsky.
Face value: 25 rubles.
Stamp size: 32.5×65 mm, sheet size: 160×164 mm.
Emission form: a sheet with formatted margins with 8 (4×2) stamps.
Quantity: 176 thousand stamps (22 thousand sheets).


On September 6, a postal block dedicated to the 100th Anniversary of the Chechen Republic will go into postal circulation

The Chechen Autonomous District was formed on November 30, 1922, from the Chechen National District of the Mountain ASSR. Since October 17, 1924, the Chechen Autonomous District was part of the North Caucasian Region. On January 15, 1934, the Chechen Autonomous District was merged with the Ingush Autonomous District into the uniform Chechen-Ingush Autonomous District as a part of the North Caucasian Region.

Since January 9, 1993, the Chechen Republic has been a sub-federal entity of the Russian Federation located in the eastern part of the North Caucasus. It makes part of the North Caucasian Federal District and enters into the North Caucasian Economic Region. The population of the Chechen Republic is more than 1.5 million people; the capital is the city of Grozny.

The main priorities in the development of the agro-industrial complex are livestock farming, crop production, fruit and vine growing, storage and processing of agricultural products, as well as restoration, development of water resources and improvement of land for agricultural purposes.

The region has many cultural heritage sites, as well as natural, historical and ethnographic monuments.

The postal block depicts significant cultural and industrial facilities of the Chechen Republic.

In addition to the issue of the postal block, JSC Marka will produce First Day Covers and special cancels for Moscow and Grozny.


Design Artist: I. Ulyanovsky.
Face value: 100 rubles.
Block size: 135×88 mm, stamp size in the block (diam): 32.5 mm.
Quantity: 23 thousand blocks.


On September 6, an envelope with a commemorative stamp dedicated to Sergei Shtemenko, the Chief of the General Staff, Army General, will go into postal circulation in the On the 80th Anniversary of Victory in the Great Patriotic War of 1941-1945 series

Sergei Shtemenko (1907-1976) was a Soviet military leader, the Chief of the USSR Armed Forces General Staff (1948-1952), the Chief of the Chief Intelligence Directorate of the USSR Armed Forces General Staff (1956-1957), Army General. He is an author of memoirs and numerous publications in the military press.

From May 1943 to 1946, Sergei Shtemenko headed the Operations Directorate of the General Staff. In late 1943, he participated in the preparation of operations of the Separate Coastal Army to liberate the Crimea; in February to March of 1944, he participated in the organization of German troops breaching and coordination of operations of the 1st and 2nd Baltic Fronts; in June 1944, Sergei Shtemenko made a significant contribution to the preparation and conduct of the Mogilev operation on the 2nd Belorussian Front; in July he was on the 3rd Baltic Front, assisting militarycommanders in preparation and implementation of the Pskov-Ostrov operation of 1944. In June of 1945, he participated in the arrangements for the Victory Parade on the Red Square in Moscow.

From November 1948 to June 1952, Sergei Shtemenko was the Chief of the General Staff, a Deputy Minister of the Armed Forces of the USSR. From June 1952 to March 1953, he was the Chief of Staff of the Group of Soviet Occupation Forces in Germany.

Since August 1968, Sergei Shtemenko was the First Deputy Chief of the General Staff – the Chief of Staff of the Joint Armed Forces of the Warsaw Treaty states.

The envelope with a commemorative stamp provides an image of the emblem of the celebration of the 80th Anniversary of Victory in the Great Patriotic War of 1941-1945; the main image features a portrait of Sergei Shtemenko against the background of the map of the Berlin Operation and his writings.

In addition to the issue of the envelope with a commemorative stamp, JSC Marka will produce special cancels for Volgograd, Moscow and Krasnodar.


Design Artists: A. Moskovets and R. Komsa.
Quantity: 500 thousand envelopes.


On September 8, 2022, five postage stamps dedicated to ministries of the Russian Federation will go into postal circulation

On September 8(20), 1802, in accordance with the Manifesto of Alexander I On the Formation of Ministries, the pre-existing collegia in Russia were replaced by 8 ministries of: Military Ground Forces, Naval Forces, Foreign Affairs, Justice, Commerce, Public Education, Finance and Internal Affairs.

The postage stamps provide images of emblems of Ministry of Justice of the Russian Federation, Ministry of Finance of the Russian Federation, Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Russian Federation, Ministry of Defense of the Russian Federation, and Ministry of Internal Affairs of the Russian Federation with indication of the years of their foundation.

In addition to the issue of the postage stamps, JSC Marka will produce First Day Covers and special cancels for Moscow and St. Petersburg.


Design Artists: A. Povarikhin and A. Moskovets.
Face value: 60 rubles.
Stamp size: 37×37 mm, sheet size: 176×176 mm.
Emission form: a sheet with margins (4×4) with 15 stamps and a coupon.
Quantity: 48 thousand each stamp (16 thousand each sheet).


On September 9, 2022, a postage stamp dedicated to the Mustai Karim cruise liner will go into postal circulation in the Maritime Fleet of Russia series

Cruise liner Mustai Karim is a passenger four-decker of the river-sea class. It is the first ship of the PV300 project and the first full-size cruise ship built over 60 years in the USSR and modern Russia.

It is in use in the Volga-Neva basin with coastal access to the adjacent seas. The ship was designed according to the floating hotel principle and corresponds to the level of a five-star hotel.

It is named after Bashkir poet, writer and play writer Mustai Karim.

The postage stamp provides an image of the Mustai Karim cruise liner against the backdrop of a picturesque riverscape.

In addition to the issue of the postage stamp, JSC Marka will produce First Day Covers and special cancels for Moscow, St. Petersburg and Ufa, as well as a maxi-card.


Design Artist: M. Bodrova.
Face value: 18 rubles.
Stamp size: 50×37 mm, sheet size: 124×212 mm.
Emission form: a sheet with formatted margins (2×4) with 8 stamps and a coupon.
Quantity: 120 thousand stamps (15 thousand sheets).


On September 9, 2022, four postage stamps dedicated to the Samara Region architecture will go into postal circulation in the Architectural Heritage of Russia series

Advisor Neronov’s Mansion was built in 1840 according to the project of architects N. Telitsyn and L. Volkov. It belongs to cultural heritage objects of federal significance and is one of the few buildings with the façade that has underwent no changes since the time of its construction.

The Samara Drama Theater was founded on November 8, 1851. The stone building of the theater was designed by architect M. Chichagov and opened on October 2, 1888. The building of the Samara Academic Drama Theater named after M. Gorky is a cultural heritage object (a monument of urban planning and architecture) of federal importance.

The Golovkin's dacha complex was built in the early 20th century. Konstantin Golovkin personally designed the countryside residence. The general appearance of the residence with elephants and its layout resemble mostly the Viennese Secession stylistics that is the Austrian interpretation of Art Nouveau.

The factory kitchen was built by Leningrad architect E. Maksimova in the then fashionable Constructivist style in 1932. She designed a two-story building with the total area of 8,200 square meters in the shape of a hammer and sickle. Nowadays, it was granted the title of a cultural heritage monument, and besides, the factory kitchen has become a Samara branch of the Tretyakov Gallery, which specializes in Art of the 20th century.

The block of four provides images of the Neronov’s Mansion, the Samara Academic Drama Theater named after M. Gorky, the Golovkin's dacha complex and the factory kitchen of the Maslennikov plant.

In addition to the issue of the postage stamps, JSC Marka will produce First Day Covers and special cancels for Moscow and Samara, as well as an illustrated envelope with the block of four and a label inside.


Design Artist: A. Moskovets.
Face value: 25 rubles.
Stamp size: 37×37 mm, block-of-four size: 94×99 mm.
Quantity: 30 thousand each stamp.


On September 9, 2022, a postcard with a commemorative stamp dedicated to the 150th Birth Anniversary of Vladimir Arseniev, geographer and writer, will go into postal circulation

Vladimir Arseniev (1872-1930) was a famous traveler, researcher of the Far East, local historian, ethnographic collector and writer.

In 1903, Arseniev became a member of the Society for the Study of the Amur Region and cooperated with the Khabarovsk Local Lore Museum named after N. Grodekov. He was a member of the Imperial Russian Geographical Society (IRGS), and from 1909, he was elected its full member.

The explorer undertook many expeditions with the purpose of studying the territory and population of the Far East. The regional researcher's activity during these and subsequent expeditions was multifarious: meteorological observations, topographic survey, map-making, collecting ethnographic materials, information on fauna, flora, rocks, as well as ornithology, hydrology, geology, maintaining statistics; nor the museum work remained unaddressed. He visited the Tadushi and Iman Rivers, Terney Bay, and the coast of the Tatar Strait.

Vladimir Arseniev is also known as a writer. His most known novels Across the Ussuri Krai and Dersu Uzala tell about expeditions in the Sikhote Alin Mountains, and about his meetings with the local population: the Nanais, Orochis and Udegeis.

The commemorative stamp provides a portrait of Vladimir Arseniev against the landscape; the main image features fragments of the route map of the traveler’s expeditions and his diary, and covers of books Dersu Uzala and In the Wilds of the Ussuri Krai.

In addition to the issue of the postcard with a commemorative stamp, JSC Marka will produce special cancels for Moscow, Penza, St. Petersburg, and Vladivostok.


Design Artist: V. Khablovsky.
Quantity: 6,500 cards.


On September 15, 2022, a postage stamp dedicated to the 100th Anniversary of the State Sanitary and Epidemiological Service of the Russian Federation will go into postal circulation


The history of the State Sanitary and Epidemiological Service dates back to September 15, 1922, to the Decree of the Council of People's Commissars of the RSFSR On Sanitary Agencies of the Republic.

The State Sanitary and Epidemiological Service today is a unified federal centralized system of agencies and institutions performing state sanitary and epidemiological supervision in Russia. The main tasks of the service are preventive and current sanitary and epidemiological surveillance; protection against emerging biological threats; public health study, assessment and forecasting; dynamic monitoring of environmental factors that have harmful and dangerous effects on the human body; identification of causes and conditions of mass infectious diseases and intoxications, etc.

The postage stamp provides an image of the emblem of the Federal Service for Surveillance on Consumer Rights Protection and Human Wellbeing.

In addition to the issue of the postage stamp, JSC Marka will produce First Day Covers and a special cancel for Moscow, as well as an illustrated envelope with the postage stamp, a label and a First Day Cover with a cancel for Moscow inside.


Design Artist: A. Povarikhin.
Face value: 60 rubles.
Stamp size: 37×37 mm, sheet size: 131×137 mm.
Emission form: a sheet with margins with 9 (3×3) stamps.
Quantity: 90 thousand stamps (10 thousand sheets).


On September 16, a postal block dedicated to the Samara Luka National Park will go into postal circulation in the Natural Heritage of Russia series in the framework of the joint issue of the Russian Federation and the Republic of Azerbaijan

The diplomatic relations between Russia and Azerbaijan were established on April 4, 1992. The fundamental document forming the legal and contractual basis of bilateral relations is the Treaty on Friendship, Cooperation and Mutual Security between the Russian Federation and the Republic of Azerbaijan (signed on July 3, 1997).

Azerbaijan is an important strategic partner of Russia. The principles of equality and good neighborliness, centuries-old traditions of friendship and mutual respect make the foundations of relations between the two countries. The development of interaction between the countries objectively contributes to strengthening the stability and security in the South Caucasus and the Caspian region.

The subject of the joint issue is national nature parks.

The postage stamp of the Republic of Azerbaijan features the Shirvan National Park.

The postal block of Russia provides images of the Samara Luka National Park, a fox as a symbol of the Park and a white-tailed eagle.

The Samara Luka is a unique area formed by a bend of the Volga River in its middle stream and the Usinsk Creek of the Kuibyshev storage lake. In 1984, National Park Samara Luka of about 131.9 hectares in area was established on this territory. It is distinguished by peculiar microclimate, specific landforms, amazing beauty of mountains, unique flora and fauna; it has a rich history and is of great scientific, nature-oriented and recreational significance. Presently, it is inhabited by a great variety of species of animals, some of them being registered in the Red Book of the Russian Federation; there are more than a thousand species of plants.

In addition to the issue of the postal block, JSC Marka will produce First Day Covers and special cancels for Moscow, Penza, Samara and Togliatti of the Samara Region, as well as an illustrated envelope with the postal block, a label and a First Day Cover with a cancel for Togliatti of the Samara Region inside.


Design Artist: O. Savina.
Face value: 150 rubles.
Block size: 123×98 mm, stamp size in the block: 50×37 mm
Quantity: 25 thousand blocks.


On September 20, 2022, a postage stamp dedicated to the 100th Birth Anniversary of Stepan Neustroev, Hero of the Soviet Union, will go into postal circulation

Stepan Neustroyev (1922-1998) was a commander of the 1st Rifle Battalion of the 756th Rifle Regiment, captain.

He was in the army since June 1941. In November of the same year, he graduated from the Cherkassy Military Infantry School (in Sverdlovsk), received the rank of lieutenant and was allotted to the 423rd Rifle Regiment of the 166th Rifle Division of the North-Western Front. From April of 1943 to the end of combats, he fought in the composition of the 756th Rifle Regiment of 150th Rifle Division. Captain Neustroev's battalion took part in the liberation of the Baltic States and Poland, in the combat assault of Eastern Pomerania, in the Vistula-Oder offensive operation and in the battles for Berlin, as well as in taking by storm of the Reichstag main entrance and in raising the Victory Banner on its dome.

After the war, he continued to serve in the units of the Ministry of Internal Affairs in the Urals, and since 1953, Lieutenant-Colonel Stepan Neustroev was in the reserve.

The postage stamp features a portrait of Stepan Neustroev and a Gold Star medal.

In addition to the issue of the postage stamp, JSC Marka will produce First Day Covers and special cancels for Moscow and Sevastopol.


Design Artist: R. Komsa.
Face value: 45 rubles.
Stamp size: 30×42 mm, sheet size: 140×153 mm.
Emission form: a sheet with formatted margins (4×3) with 10 stamps and a coupon.
Quantity: 120 thousand stamps (12 thousand sheets).


On September 22, two postage stamps dedicated to nuclear-powered icebreakers Arktika and Sibir will go into postal circulation in the Nuclear-Powered Icebreaking Fleet of Russia series

Building the Arktika lead nuclear-powered icebreaker of Project 22220 began in 2012 at the Baltiysky Zavod (Baltic Shipyard) and the ship was laid down on November 5, 2013. It was floated off on June 16, 2016.

The first series-produced icebreaker Sibir was laid down on May 26, 2015. It was floated off on September 22, 2017.

The icebreakers parameters are as follows: length - 172.7 m (160.0 m waterline beam); breadth - 34.0 m (33.0 m waterline beam); height - 15.2 m (sides at midship), 54.0 m (maximum); engines - 2 nuclear reactors RITM-200 of 175 MW each. They are designed to break through 2.8 m thick flat ice at the speed of 1.5-2 knots (3.0 m max). They are biaxial icebreakers that are capable of breaking through thick ocean ice with a deep draft, and with a shallow draft, they can work in riverbeds.

The postage stamps provide images of nuclear-powered icebreakers Arktika and Sibir against ice scenery and symbols of an atom.
In addition to the issue of the postage stamps, JSC Marka will produce First Day Covers and special cancels for Moscow, St. Petersburg and Murmansk, as well as maxi-cards and an illustrated envelope with postage stamps, a label and a First Day Cover with a cancel for Murmansk inside.


Design Artist: M. Bodrova.
Face value: 18 rubles.
Stamp size: 50×37 mm, sheet size: 124×212 mm.
Emission form: sheets with formatted margins (2×4) with 8 stamps and a coupon.
Quantity: 120 thousand stamps (15 thousand sheets).


On September 27, two postage stamps dedicated to modern tramcars will go into postal circulation in the Municipal Transport of Russia series

Today, there are several companies in Russia engaged in the production of tramcars: the Ust-Katav Car-Building Plant (UKVZ), PC Transport Systems, and the Ural Plant of Transport Machine Building (Uraltransmash).

Tramcars of the Ust-Katav Car-Building Plant are in use practically in every Russian city with tram service. 71-628M is a single-section four-axle tramcar with a completely low floor level and multiple unit system traffic capability.

The tram cars that the Uraltransmash plant has been manufacturing for 20 years are duly appreciated by passengers and the electric transport staff in different Russian cities. A tramcar of model 71-418 is a three-section fully low-floor car, completely equipped with assemblies of Russian production.

The tramcar system of the Taganrog public transport was opened in 1932. In 2022, the Taganrog tramcar will be 90 years old. By its anniversary, the city will receive an updated tramcar system and modern rolling stock.

Tramcar traffic in Yekaterinburg was opened on November 7, 1929.

The Yekaterinburg tramway service has 17 terminal stations, 3 tramway bays, a developed route network (31 routes), and 455 passenger cars in operation.

The postage stamps provide images of modern models of tramcars against the background of city sights: a tramcar of model 71-628M (JSC Ust-Katav Car-Building Plant) in Taganrog and a tramcar of model 71-418 (JSC Uraltransmash) in Yekaterinburg.

In addition to the issue of the postage stamps, JSC Marka will produce First Day Covers and special cancels for Moscow, Yekaterinburg, 
St. Petersburg and Taganrog of the Rostov Region, and two maxi-cards.


Design Artist: M. Bodrova.
Face value: 18 rubles.
Stamp size: 34×24 mm, sheet size: 110×150 mm.
Emission form: sheets with formatted margins with 8 (2×4) stamps.
Quantity: 104 thousand each stamp (13 thousand each sheet).


On September 28, a postage stamp dedicated to Sergei Perets will go into postal circulation in the Heroes of the Russian Federation series

Sergei Perets (1969-2002) was a commander of the motorized platoon of the Special Purpose Police Unit, militia captain, Hero of the Russian Federation.

The Presidential Decree of November 8, 2003, awarded Captain Sergei Perets the title of Hero of the Russian Federation (posthumously) "for brave and decisive actions in the course of performance of official duty and combat tasks during the counter-terrorist operation in the Chechen Republic under conditions attended by a real risk to life, displaying courage and heroism, and saving the lives of the personnel”.

The postage stamp provides a portrait of Sergei Perets, a Hero of the Russian Federation, a combat action scene and an image of a Gold Star Medal.

In addition to the issue of the postage stamp, JSC Marka will produce First Day Covers and special cancels for Kostroma, Moscow, St. Petersburg and Vologda.


Design Artist: V Beltyukov.
Face value: 45 rubles.
Stamp size: 42×30 mm, sheet size: 104×112 mm.
Emission form: a sheet with formatted margins (2×3) with 5 stamps and a coupon.
Quantity: 75 thousand stamps (15 thousand sheets).


On September 30, a postal block dedicated to the 150th Anniversary of the A.S. Popov Central Museum of Communications will go into postal circulation

The A.S. Popov Central Museum of Communications is one of the oldest science and technology museums in the world. It was founded as a Telegraph Museum on the initiative of Karl Lüders, the Director of the Telegraph Department, on September 11, 1872. At the origins of its establishment and development there stood Nikolai Slavinsky who worked as the first Director of the Museum until 1911.

In 1884-1919, the institution worked as the Postal and Telegraph Museum, while it remained a closed departmental enterprise until 1917. In 1924, it was transformed into the Museum of Public Communications and opened its doors to visitors, and on May 7, 1945, it was reorganized into the A.S. Popov Central Museum of Communications.

In 2003, the reconstruction of the building was completed and a new permanent exposition was compiled. Since December 19, 2003, the A.S. Popov Central Museum of Communications has been opened to the public.

The postal block provides an image of the building of the Museum; the margins of the block feature the first civilian Luch-15 satellite, a postal troika, the first pair of postage stamps (put into postal circulation on January 1, 1858), and the device for detecting and registering electrical vibrations (A.S. Popov's first receiver of 1895).

In addition to the issue of the postal block, JSC Marka will produce First Day Covers and special cancels for Moscow and St. Petersburg.


Design Artist: S. Kapranov.
Face value: 150 rubles.
Block size: 105×90 mm, stamp size in the block: 50×37 mm
Emission form: a sheet with formatted margins with (2×3) stamps and a coupon.
Quantity: 23 thousand blocks.


On September 30, a postcard with a commemorative stamp dedicated to Andrey Khrulev, a state figure, military commander, Army General, will go into postal circulation in the History of the Armed Forces of Russia series

Andrey Khrulev (1892-1962) was a Soviet military leader and statesman, Army General (1943), a specialist in the military logistics, the Head of the Logistics of the Armed Forces of the USSR.

A. Khrulev was a developer of the modern concept of logistics, which envisaged combining the traditional commissariat (clothing and food supply), material and technical support, financing, military construction, military communications (rail transport), military medical service, fuel supply, automotive, road, administrative and economic departments, apartment management, veterinary department, reception and storage of material and technical assets, etc., into a unified Logistics System of the Armed Forces of the USSR.

Under A. Khrulev's direct leadership, the uniform and many awards were designed, including the Orders of the Patriotic War, of Victory, of Glory, of Suvorov and of Kutuzov, etc. He was also actively involved in the rehabilitation of victims of Stalin’s purges and helped the families of the purged.

The commemorative stamp provides images of warriors of different times; the main illustration provides a portrait of Andrey Khrulev against the background of the Military Academy of Logistical Support named after Army General A.V. Khrulev.

In addition to the issue of the postcard with a commemorative stamp, JSC Marka will produce special cancels for Moscow and St. Petersburg.


Design Artists: S. Ulyanovsky (stamp) and M. Podobed (illustration).
Quantity: 5.5 thousand postcards.

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