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Meanings and phrases
- intended as a commemoration; commemorating
- an object (such as a coin or postage stamp) made to mark an event or honor a person
- The palace's commemorative plaque was set in 1888.
- He has a commemorative plaque in Leicester Cathedral.
- Mace has a commemorative plaque in the centre of Norwich.
- No commemorative coins were struck between 1939 and 1945.
- Gibraltar issued commemorative coins from 1993 through 1996.
- Gold commemorative coins were distributed to some of the guests.
- The rotunda is depicted on a commemorative coin of PLN 2.
- It would be the only commemorative coin valued 5 guilder.
- These were sold at the height of the commemorative coin boom.
- In 2011, the Department of Posts issued a commemorative stamp in his honour.
- It was also the first commemorative stamp wholly produced by offset lithography.
- Postal Service issued a first-class commemorative stamp with Duke's picture on it.
- On 31 May 2017, India Post released a commemorative postage stamp to honour Sahni.
- "Eesti Post" issued a commemorative postage stamp celebrating the 175th anniversary of his birth in 2001.
- On 10 February 2017, India Posts released a set of sixteen commemorative postage stamps on "Headgears of India".
- A number of nations have issued commemorative stamps at Christmastide.
- Between 2000 and 2008, the islands issued between six and eight sets of commemorative stamps.
- "Li'l Abner" was one of 20 American comic strips included in the Comic Strip Classics series of USPS commemorative stamps.
- On the occasion of the marriage was coined a commemorative medal.
- The other combatants of 1830-1831 received no pension, and no commemorative medal was struck.
- In 2010, he was awarded a commemorative medal by the Union of Journalists of the Russian Federation.