|Ivan Bardin Soviet metallurgist and Academician of USSR. Illustrated Envelop with original stamp and FDC cancellation|
|Description||Ivan Pavlovich Bardin (1883–1960) was a Soviet metallurgist and active participant in solving the main engineering issues of the domestic ferrous metallurgical industry. He was also an Academician of USSR AS (1932), vice-president of USSR AS (from 1942), Hero of Socialist Labor (1945), and winner of the Lenin (1958) and State prizes (1942, 1949). His scientific interests were designing new powerful completely mechanized steel works; creating advanced typical metallurgical aggregates; intensifying metallurgical processes, especially by means of oxygen; elaborating and introducing the basic oxygen process; and assimilation and multi-purpose utilization of new kinds of metallurgical raw materials.|
|Type||Illustrated Envelop with original stamp and FDC cancellation “100th Birthday Anniversary”|
|Published by/for:||Ministry of Communications, 1983|
|Used/Unused||Canceled, Moscow 13.11.83|
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