Poste Italiane announces that today 21 May 2021 two ordinary stamps are issued by the Ministry of Economic Development, belonging to the thematic series ‘the Excellencies of the show’ dedicated to Rino Gaetano, on the 40th anniversary of his death and to Ezio Bosso, on the 50th anniversary of his birth , at the value of tariff B equal to 1.10 euros for each stamp. Circulation: two hundred thousand copies for each stamp. Sheets: forty-five copies. The stamps are printed by the Istituto Poligrafico e Zecca dello Stato SpA, in rotogravure, on white, neutral coated, self-adhesive, non-fluorescent paper. Sketchers: Tiziana Trinca for the postage stamp dedicated to Rino Gaetano and Rita Fantini for the postage stamp dedicated to Ezio Bosso. Vignette: delimited by the detail of a vinyl record, which distinguishes the stamps dedicated to the thematic series ‘the Italian Excellence of the show’, respectively depict a portrait of Rino Gaetano, with a sky in the background, to remember one of his best-known songs. made him famous to the general public ‘But the sky is always bluer’, and a portrait of Ezio Bosso holding the conductor’s baton, highlighted on the detail of a musical score of Symphony No. 1 ‘Oceans’ composed in 2008. The stamps are completed by the respective legends ‘Rino Gaetano’ and ‘Ezio Bosso’, the inscription ‘Italia’ and the tariff indication ‘B’. The first day of issue cancellations will be available at the Rome VR and Crotone Paternostro post office for the Rino Gaetano postage stamp and at the Turin Centro Post Office for the Ezio Bosso postage stamp. cards and illustrative bulletins will be available at the Post Offices with philatelic counter, the ‘Spazio Filatelia’ in Florence, Genoa, Milan, Naples, Rome, Rome 1, Turin, Trieste, Venice, Verona and on the poste.it website. For the occasion, a philatelic folder for the Rino Gaetano stamp was created, in A4 trifold format, containing the single stamp, the quatrain of stamps, a canceled and franked postcard and a first-day cover, at the price of 15 euros.