Design errors - ARGENTINA




A condor on top of the Aconcagua mountain, at more than 7.000 m above sealevel ? Impossible.
 



Correct stamp for Argentina, as they claim the Falkland Islands, and of course wrong for Great Britain.
 



Map of the Antarctica, with missplaced longitudes 110W and 120W
 


1946

Raise your right hand and swear . And not your left hand ! Except in Argentina, where they do the opposite.
 


1947

Inverted portrait of Cervantes.
 


1952

Missing name of Evita Peron was added in an new issue.
 


1954

The string, necessary to bring the handle again in position, was omitted.
 


1960

Wrong : MIGLIAVACA - Correct : MILIAVACA.
 


1962

Different times, different styles.
 


1963

Impossible to move this gear.
 


1963

The pedals are too close to the frame, the lever will be insufficient to develop enough power.
 


1964

As in other stamps, Argentina claims the ownership of the Malvinas. From their point of vue of course, this is not an error.
 


1966

This is not Miguel LILLO, but one of his associates named Padilla.
 


1966

Wrong proportions of the American flag.
 


1973

10th anniversary of the flight over the South pole by Argentina. This was done by Douglas DC3 planes, not by the featured bombers.
 


1982

Argentina claims the Falklands, as they have done before on other stamps.
 


1989

There is no relationship between J. Enrique Pestalozzi (1746-1827) who died 60 years before the german newspaper Argentinisches Tageblatt was founded.
 


1989

The painter Delacroix was born in 1798, and painted the Revolution of 1830, not the French Revolution of 1789.