StampNews.com is glad to inform our readers that HayPost put into circulation one stamp dedicated to the first Western Armenian writer, poet, publicist, public and educational figure, the first Armenian novelist Srbuhi Tyusab’s 175th Anniversary.
We are glad to inform our readers that Swiss Post has introduced its variation of Christmas stamp issue that consists of four bright items.
We hurry to share the latest auction news with our readers: the US $500 “large Persian rug” revenue stamp was the star lot of the recent philatelic saleand has doubled its estimate at Siegel auction.It was sold for US$35,000 against a US$17,500 valuation!
We are excited to inform our readers that USPS is ready to issue four new Holiday Windows stamps that rejoice in the simple pleasures of the season.
Christmas is coming and these items have already attracted attention of many stamp collectors worldwide. Let‘s appreciate the festive design of these stamps together!
Jersey, throughout history, has had a particular affinity with folklore and stories have evolved from tales of smugglers, lovers, harsh terrain and challenging coastlines, as well as the ever-changing influences of neighbouring countries, visitors and invaders. Many myths and legends and still known within the Island. StampNews.com is glad to inform our readers that Jersey Post has released six special stamps that depict six exciting myths and legends of Jersey.
We are glad to introduce to our readers’ attention seven special stamps by Australia Post representing endangered animals that are part of current zoo and/or other conservation programs in Australia. These animals are at risk of extinction and are classified as either Endangered or Critically Endangered according to Australian and international measures. Three animals are exotic and four are native.
Let’s appreciate the bright design of these seven stamps together!
Gibraltar’s Gorham’s Cave has been granted World Heritage status. To mark such an achievement Gibraltar Post issued a set of 5 commemorative stamps which has been developed in very close cooperation with the The Gibraltar Museum.
The United States Postal Service has just rescheduled issue dates for three holiday stamps that were all previously announced to go one sale within the next three weeks.
Faraday and his research in the field of electricity were honored on a 22-penny stamp issued by Great Britain on March 5, 1991, marking Faraday’s birth bicentennial (Scott 1360).
New Zealands first stamps were called the "Full Face Queens" because the picture on them was a front view of the head and shoulders of Queen Victoria. There were three stamps in the Full Face Queen set. They cost 1 penny (1d), 2 penny (2d), and 1 shilling (1s) and were printed in Britain.