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Kinnikinnick
Edible Canadian wild berries are featured on seven definitive stamps issued on August 5, 1992, replacing the Canadian mammals series of 1988. The kinnikinnick is the coral-red fruit of a low-growing shrub which is very high in carbohydrates. In the...
Designed by Dennis Noble....
Wild Strawberry
Edible Canadian wild berries are featured on seven definitive stamps issued on August 5, 1992, replacing the Canadian mammals series of 1988. There are three known species of wild strawberries: the woodland, the field or "Virginia", and the seaside or...
Designed by Dennis Noble....
Saskatoon Berry
Edible Canadian wild berries are featured on seven definitive stamps issued on August 5, 1992, replacing the Canadian mammals series of 1988. Found throughout Canada, it is not surprising that the 15 different species of the saskatoon berry also have...
Designed by Dennis Noble....
Red Maple
which is resistant and wears well. In addition to handles for tools, it is used for flutes and recorders and parts of some string instruments. Dennis Noble's illustrations depict 12 settings, identifying 12 varied geographical regions of Canada. While most maples would not grow as isolated as shown,...
Designed by Dennis Noble....
Blueberry
Edible Canadian wild berries are featured on seven definitive stamps issued on August 5, 1992, replacing the Canadian mammals series of 1988. Blueberries, also known as blaeberries, thrive in Eastern Canada due to its temperate climate. Varying from blue to...
Designed by Dennis Noble....
Black Crowberry
Edible Canadian wild berries are featured on seven definitive stamps issued on August 5, 1992, replacing the Canadian mammals series of 1988. The black crowberry is the most important fruit of the Arctic where Inuit and Indians dried or froze...
Designed by Dennis Noble....
Big Leaf Maple
which is resistant and wears well. In addition to handles for tools, it is used for flutes and recorders and parts of some string instruments. Dennis Noble's illustrations depict 12 settings, identifying 12 varied geographical regions of Canada. While most maples would not grow as isolated as shown,...
Designed by Dennis Noble....
Sugar Maple
which is resistant and wears well. In addition to handles for tools, it is used for flutes and recorders and parts of some string instruments. Dennis Noble's illustrations depict 12 settings, identifying 12 varied geographical regions of Canada. While most maples would not grow as isolated as shown,...
Designed by Dennis Noble....
Manitoba Maple
which is resistant and wears well. In addition to handles for tools, it is used for flutes and recorders and parts of some string instruments. Dennis Noble's illustrations depict 12 settings, identifying 12 varied geographical regions of Canada. While most maples would not grow as isolated as shown,...
Designed by Dennis Noble....
Mountain Maple
which is resistant and wears well. In addition to handles for tools, it is used for flutes and recorders and parts of some string instruments. Dennis Noble's illustrations depict 12 settings, identifying 12 varied geographical regions of Canada. While most maples would not grow as isolated as shown,...
Designed by Dennis Noble....
Striped Maple
which is resistant and wears well. In addition to handles for tools, it is used for flutes and recorders and parts of some string instruments. Dennis Noble's illustrations depict 12 settings, identifying 12 varied geographical regions of Canada. While most maples would not grow as isolated as shown,...
Designed by Dennis Noble....
Black Maple
which is resistant and wears well. In addition to handles for tools, it is used for flutes and recorders and parts of some string instruments. Dennis Noble's illustrations depict 12 settings, identifying 12 varied geographical regions of Canada. While most maples would not grow as isolated as shown,...
Designed by Dennis Noble....
Hedge Maple
which is resistant and wears well. In addition to handles for tools, it is used for flutes and recorders and parts of some string instruments. Dennis Noble's illustrations depict 12 settings, identifying 12 varied geographical regions of Canada. While most maples would not grow as isolated as shown,...
Designed by Dennis Noble....
Rose Hip
Edible Canadian wild berries are featured on seven definitive stamps issued on August 5, 1992, replacing the Canadian mammals series of 1988. One of the richest fruits in vitamins, rose hips are produced by wild roses. They contain 25 times...
Designed by Dennis Noble....
Black Raspberry
Edible Canadian wild berries are featured on seven definitive stamps issued on August 5, 1992, replacing the Canadian mammals series of 1988. A relative of the common wild raspberry, the dark purplish-black variety grows across Canada, generally in moist to...
Designed by Dennis Noble....
Silver Maple
which is resistant and wears well. In addition to handles for tools, it is used for flutes and recorders and parts of some string instruments. Dennis Noble's illustrations depict 12 settings, identifying 12 varied geographical regions of Canada. While most maples would not grow as isolated as shown,...
Designed by Dennis Noble....
Norway Maple
which is resistant and wears well. In addition to handles for tools, it is used for flutes and recorders and parts of some string instruments. Dennis Noble's illustrations depict 12 settings, identifying 12 varied geographical regions of Canada. While most maples would not grow as isolated as shown,...
Designed by Dennis Noble....
Douglas Maple
which is resistant and wears well. In addition to handles for tools, it is used for flutes and recorders and parts of some string instruments. Dennis Noble's illustrations depict 12 settings, identifying 12 varied geographical regions of Canada. While most maples would not grow as isolated as shown,...
Designed by Dennis Noble....
Vine Maple
which is resistant and wears well. In addition to handles for tools, it is used for flutes and recorders and parts of some string instruments. Dennis Noble's illustrations depict 12 settings, identifying 12 varied geographical regions of Canada. While most maples would not grow as isolated as shown,...
Designed by Dennis Noble....
Ile Verte, 1809
exhibited in 1809. It remained the sole light on the mighty St. Lawrence for the next twenty-one years. To illustrate these stamps, Toronto artist Dennis Noble has provided paintings of the four lighthouses as they may have looked when first erected to serve as guides and friends to the mariner navigating...
Designed by Ken Rodmell. Based on a painting by Dennis Noble....