Wallis and Futuna Islands, 1969. Two groups of South Pacific islands saluted native furniture-making.
Anguilla, 1970. Here, lx>atbuilders practice their craft on the Caribbean island in the Lesser Antilles.
Hungary, 1955. This Iron Curtain era stamp is part of a set honoring Hungarian workers. Here, a carpenter planes a board.
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