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MORO VINTA

The vinta  is a traditional boat of the Philippines. The boats are made by Sama-Bajau and Moros who reside in the Sulu Archipelag, Zamboanga peninsula and souther Mindanao

The boat often has a sail with assorted vertical colors that represents the colorful culture and history of the Muslim community. The boats are used for inter-island transport of people and goods.

Zamboanga City Coat of Arms #563 to 565, 19 June 1951

Rotary International, 50th Anniversary #618, 619 and C77, 23 Feb 1955 

 Surcharge #635, 7 Dec 1956

Surcharged #827, 4 Jul 1960 

Tourism Series 4 #1094, 13 May 1971

CAPEX '78 (Canadian International Philatelic Exhibition) #1349 and 1350a, 9 June 1978

#1350a is part of a souvenir sheet also exsiting imperf

World Tourism Conference #1484 and 1485, 27 Spet 1980

International Year of Indigenous People #2267, 24 Oct 1993 (29 Oct 1993)

World Expo '98 - Lisbon, Portugal #2530, 22 May 1998

Millenium Series 3 Featuring Sea Vessels #2681b, 21 Sept 2000 (22 Sept 2000)

 

 

 

 

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