The double-barred cross is known as the
international symbol for the crusade against Tuberculosis and
appears in most of Christmas Seals, usually in red.
1910. Dr. Jose
Issued by the
Philippine Islands Anti-Tuberculosis Society
Bureau of Printing, Manila; Roulette 7
CS1. Rizal's Portrait with double-barred cross behind
August 19. President Manuel L. Quezon.
Period. Se-tenant pairs
Green / Blue Green
Dark Brown / Light Brown
To the left is Quezon's portrait
along with the inscriptions "Antituberculosis Birthday Celebration for
President Quezon August 19, 1935."
right is the Anti-TB logo and the inscriptions
President Quezon, Antituberculosis Birthday Celebration, August 19,
1935, From -----"..
The double-barred cross is in white instead of
the usual red. No other details known.
1940. Elizalde Christmas Seals
Federico V. Colman; Artist: Cesar F.
horizontal strips of 5 ( 5 x 1 panes); Rouletted
CS4. Farmer Plowing Field (20,000)
1941. Elizalde Christmas Seals
Design & Artwork:
vertical strips of 5 (1 x 5 panes); Rouletted
CS5. Baptism of
Sultan Ali Mudin of Jolo in 1750 (20,000)
Man in foreground
in orange coat instead of red
The Yellow Maverick Seal
Miniature Sheets of 6
2 tete-beche pairs, with horizontal and vertical gutters)
PM 4S, Perf. 11;
Sheet size: 11 1/2" x 11 1/16"
CS6. TB Cross and "Help, Give Enough"
(No other details known)
Manuel L. Quezon
Specialty Printing Co., Pa., USA
Issued in sheets of
100 (10 x 10); Perf 12 1/2 x 12; Imperforate
CS7. Quezon's Profile, with
partial view of Quezon TB Institute (56,600)
Note: Left and Right Margins of full
sheets are with
7-Stage Progressive Color Proof, Perforate 12 1/2 x 12
(Yellow, Pale Blue, Yellow + Pale Blue, Red, Yellow +
Pale Blue + Red, Blue, Complete design)