On the right side is written: "BIBLIÁJA AMSZTERDAM
1685". This stamp was issued on April 25, 1985 and commemorates
that 300 years before, in 1685, the Hungarian Bible Totfalusi
was printed in Amsterdam by Miklós Kis Tótfalusi,
a Protestant from Transylvania.
Miklós Tótfalusi Kis (1650-1702) lived
between the years 1680 and 1689 in Amsterdam. He studied to
be a printer there and learnt punch cutting. In 1683, he had
his own printing business. Two years later he published this
Bible with a circulation of not less than 3500 copies. What
is interesting is that he also designed and cut the letters
for the first Georgian printing alphabet. This was by request
of the Georgian royal family.