Tag Archives: Stamps on Birds
India Post is selling these products with images of rose stamps through epost office.Some of the products are being sell on discount also.The products are- Rose Mirror with stand, Tray Table Rose, Rose theme Hold All , and Rose Plate holder.
South Korea issued its second set of stamps highlighting nature found in the demilitarized zone along the North Korean border, known as the DMZ. The se-tenant pair features a bird and barbed wire. Korea Post describes the other design as … Continue reading
India Post has issued a set of 2 stamps and a miniature sheet on the occasion of Children’s Day on 14th November 2017.Theme of the stamps is nest.Stamps and FDC designs are based on children’s paintings.
By Wolfgang Beyer, BDPh (German Philatelic Federation) Slovakia:Mineral The postmark onmineral quartz was released on 7th October in Bratislava 27 , Slovakia. Taiwan:Bird The postmarks were released on 11th October 2017.All postmarks Features the Pheasant-tailed Jacana(Hydrophasianus chiurgus). Germany:Frog The postmark … Continue reading
New feature is that if you scan the stamp of hummingbirds you will see a very interesting small movie on hummingbirds! Issue Date: 31.08.2017 Values: 190c
By Wolfgang Beyer, Vice Chairman of the German Philatelic Collector Group ArGe Zoologie The stamp, FDC and the FDI-postmark are featuring a Eurasian magpie(Pica Pica).Date of Issue-28 August 2017,Value 1.20 Yuan
By Anil Kr Pujara India Post has issued a set of three stamps on vulnerable birds on 18th September 2017.Miniature sheet of the issue has also been issued(Price 15 Rs.).
China has issued a “Magpie” stamp to mark Qixi or China’s Valentines Day , which falls on August 28 2017. The face value of the “Magpie” stamp is 1.20 yuan. On the stamp, the two magpies are ogling each other, … Continue reading
Issue Date: 14.07.2017 Designer: Ģirts Grīva Printer: Baltijas Banknote, Latvija Values: €0.50, €1.41
New Zealand’s native birds have a unique history in terms of how and why they adapted into the mostly flightless species we are so well acquainted with today. A predominant lack of mammalian predators in the early days of their … Continue reading