Wishing to promote one of the most representative buildings of the 19th century from Bucharest, a presence that clearly expresses both, the architectural style of the epoch and the prestige of the National Bank of Romania, Romfilatelia introduces into circulation the postage stamps issue Architecture, The National Bank of Romania Palace which set of four postage stamps reproduces images from inside and outside of NBR Palace from Lipscani Street.
On the postage stamp having the face value of 3.10 lei, is illustrated The National Bank of Romania Palace, namely, its main façade and the one from the West.
On the postage stamp having the face value of 3.60 lei is illustrated the Marble Hall, the former Counters Hall which hosts today the NBRMuseum.
The postage stamp having the face value of 4.50 lei illustrates the Main Hallway on the ground-floor of NBRPalace.
The postage stamp having the face value of 4.70 lei represents one of the two Monumental Staircases placed symmetrically in relation with the longitudinal axis of the building ensuring the access to the 1st floor of the edifice.