Category Archives: New Stamps
The stamp set released to mark the integrated development of Beijing, Tianjin and Hebei Province in Shijiazhuang City, capital of North China’s Hebei Province on 9th March 2017.
Carousel Minna Havas, a versatile illustrator and fabric pattern designer, has drawn a carousel horse for a festive, spring-themed stamp. – Old circus aesthetics is very fascinating. It was very inspiring to design the Carousel stamp and the ornamental patterns … Continue reading
Baby Animals Extinct:the otter Otters used to be found living on the banks of practically every stretch of water in Switzerland. They became extinct in the middle of the last century as a result of over-hunting. To ensure a natural return from areas … Continue reading
Issue Date: 22.02.2017 Designer: Natali Nascimento, TerraProjectos Printer: INCM Process: Offset Size: 30,6 x 40 mm Values: €0.47, €0.58, €0.75, €0.80
Both King Harald V and Queen Sonja turn 80 this year. Crown Prince Harald was born on 21 February 1937 – the first time in 567 years that an heir was born in Norway. A little over a month after … Continue reading
Postcrossing began as a project between friends sharing the same passion. In 2005, Paulo Magalhães, a Portuguese student who liked to receive and send postcards, developed a web site that provides a free platform for people who want to exchange … Continue reading
Centenary of Cubing Date of Release:29.12 2016 Karnataka 17th National Jamboree Date of Release:29.12 2016 Karnataka
The set features three market types of Vietnam, including a mountain market, a village market and a floating market.Designed by painter To Minh Trang of the Vietnam Post Corporation, the stamp collection includes three stamps measuring 60 x 25 millimetres.
The Baltic herring (Clupea harengus membras) is a sub-species of the Atlantic herring that lives in the Baltic Sea. It is mostly about 20 cm long with a silvery lustre and dark bluish green back that has adapted to the … Continue reading
His visits to the Fabre museum in Montpellier, his hometown, and the revelation of modern painting by Alfred Bruyas, a great collector and patron, decided otherwise: Frédéric Bazille (1841-1870) would be a painter! At the school of fine arts of … Continue reading