List of people on stamps of Lebanon

Lebanon was formerly a part of the Turkish Empire, and used Turkish postage stamps during that time. In the immediate aftermath of World War I, when it was a French mandate, it used French stamps overprinted for use in the combined territories of Greater Syria. The first Lebanese stamps in 1924 were overprinted French stamps.

A

*Ibrahim Abd el Al (2001)
*Avicenna (1948)
*Ahmad Mustapha Harkous (2007)

C

*Elias Abu Chabke (2001)
*Camille Chamoun (1958 airmail)
*Fouad Chehab (1960)
*Daoud Corm (1974 airmail)

D

*Fakhr al-Din II El Maari (1961 airmail)

E

*Émile Eddé (1937)

F

*Faisal II of Iraq (1957 airmail)
*Moustapha Farroukh (1974 airmail)

G

*Ameen Gemayel (1988)
*Cesar Gemayel (1974 airmail)
*Gibran Khalil Gibran (1971 Airmail)

H

*Elias Harawi
*Rafic Hariri
*Hussein I of Jordan (1957 airmail)

J

*Pope John Paul II (1997)
*Roman Emperor Justinian (1968 airmail)

K

*Rashid Karame (1988)
*Amira Khaskiah (1968 airmail)
*Bechara el-Khoury (1947 airmail)
*Chucri Kouatly (1957 airmail)

L

*Vladimir Lenin (1971 airmail)

M

*René Moawad (1996)
*Milo of Crotona (1924)
*Mohammed V of Morocco (1960 airmail)

N

*Mikhail Naimy (1978 airmail)
*Gamal Nasser (1957 airmail)
*Maurice Noguès (1938 airmail)

O

*Imam Abd al-Rahman al-Ouzai (1971 airmail)

P

*Daoud Pasha (1968 airmail)
*Louis Pasteur (1924- Overprinted French Stamps)
*Pope Paul VI (1965 airmail)
*Pedro I of Brazil (1973 airmail)

R

*Georgina Rizk (1974 airmail)
*Pierre de Ronsard (1924)

*Hassan Kamel al-Sabah (1971 airmail)
*Elias Sarkis (1981)
*Saud bin Abdul Aziz (1957 airmail)
*Habib Serour (1974 airmail)
*Amir Beshir Shehab (1942) a.k.a. Emir Bechir

Z

*Abdallah Zakher (2001)


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