Design errors - NIGER




Wrong : Plumieria - Correct : Plumeria (see other stamp)
 



This is not a telescope, but a microscope. The link of this tool with telecommunications is not clear
 


1967

Wrong : BULBUCUS - Correct : BUBULCUS
 


1968

The background colour of this portrait is not green as on the stamp, but light blue.
 


1968

According to one of those stamps, the bicycle was invented in 1809. But according to the other one, it happened nine years later.
 


1972

Wrong : Graham Bell - Correct : Alexander G. Bell.
 


1972

The first flight of the Concorde took place on March 2nd 1969, not on May 2nd 1969.
 


1972

Wrong transcription of the music piece on the lower part of the stamp.
 


1975

An american flag with 48 stars do not correspond to the time this locomotive was built (1863), nor to the issue date of the stamp (1975).
 


1975

This locomotive has aerodynamic wings which are not showed on the stamp.
 


1975

This locomotive has twp characteristic frontlights that were not represented on the stamp.
 


1975

The electrical powerline is not suspended.
 


1981

The Bugatti is a French car, not an Italian one.
 


1985

Ed. Halley was never knighted, and the length of the comet is somewhat exaggerated.
 


1987

Snowflake with eight branches instead of six.
 


1989

The stamp shows the flag of Ivory Coast, not the Nigerian one.
 


1989

The designer of this stamp hos probably never visited the Eiffel tower.
 


1996

Wrong : Marylin - Correct : Marilyn.
 


2000

In the women 8 rowing competition at the Olympic Games in Sydney, each rower has only one oar (4 at each side of the boat).