Design errors - YUGOSLAVIA

A chessboard has 8 by 8 squares, not 8 by 11 or even more

Why show a winter scene on an icy road, as this tunnel was inaugurated in June

Sails and flags are pushed by the wind in didderent directions.


SARAJEVO is spelled SAREJEVO on the cancellations on this cover.


Stamp issued to honorate Laurence Kosir as the first one to suggest the use of poststamps in 1836. This idea however was alraedy launched by the Swedish Officer Curry Gabriel Treffenberg in 1823.


Misprint in one of the tabs : DJ instead of DU.


The stamp designer added two extra wheels at te rear of this class 151 06-0T engine.


Stamp showing a real game between Capablanca and Lasker, played in New York in 1924. However the black bishop should be on KN1, not on KB1. Furthermore, the landmasses on the globe in the background have no relation to actual contours.


Wrong start position of the diver - wrong representation of the olympic rings


Wrong representation of the olympic rings - female volleyball players do not wear skirts


Head is too small comparing to the body. And a strange competition, without boat and competing with a swan.


Tabletennis for women was not a competition at the Summer Olympic Games in 1956.


Waterpolo for women was not a competition at the Summer Olympic Games in 1956.


Downhill skiing... without skis was not a competition at the Summer Olympic Games in 1956.


This sculller is unable to stretch his legs!


In this 'flaming sun' the number of threads are supposed to match the number of coutries in CEPT, 24 at the time the common issue of this stamp was conceived, but before the stamp was issued Jugoslavia and Malta also joined, so there should have been 26 threads (France and Andorra got it right).


As the female Tree Sparrow (Passer montanus) does not differ from the male bird, one of those stamps has to be a 'made up'.


Hopefully the participants of this sailing contest did not navigate according to this map : where Rijeka is situated on the block, you will in fact find the town of Opatija. Rijeka is located almost in the Eastern corner of this map.


It is no clear what this stamp is featuring, till you look at a mirror view of te stamp.


Wrong represenatation of this Feinwerkbau 65 pistol.


The inscription PTT was forgotten in the center stamp from the last row of the sheet.


Each category has a specific colour for number plates, and different engine categories do not compete in the same race.


A chessboard has eight by eight rows. On these stamps more than ten rows are visible.


The left corner of a chessboard has to be black. One of those boards is not positioned correctly.