Tag Archives: gummed stamps
Auroras are the result of electrically charged particles from solar winds reacting with gases in the earth’s atmosphere. The excess energy from these reactions creates a stunning light show that can be seen at the North or South poles. In … Continue reading
The stamps in this collection showcase some the most beautiful attractions that New Zealand has to offer, including the stunning Awaroa Bay that made headlines in January for a successful crowd funding campaign. Included in this issue are six gummed … Continue reading
Issue Date: 2 March 2016 Despite what the name suggests, glowworms aren’t true worms – they’re the larval stage of the fungus gnat. The fungus gnat can glow at all stages of its life (except in the egg stage), but … Continue reading
The Christmas 2013 stamp issue by New Zealand reflects a classic Kiwi Christmas, including sunshine, Christmas lunch and cricket on the beach! The five square-shaped gummed stamps in this festive issue are a vibrant reflection of Christmas in Aotearoa, and are sure … Continue reading
The recently discovered Niue Blue is the only endemic butterfly species found on the remote Pacific island of Niue. To celebrate the exciting discovery of this new species, Niue is featuring the Niue Blue on a set of stamps.