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By Wolfgang Beyer, Vice Chairman of the German Philatelic Collector Group ArGe Zoologie. On February 23th 2017 two new postmarks are available in Taiwan (Republic of China) for use on one day only. Both postmarks are featuring a rooster and a hen.
By Wolfgang Beyer, Vice Chairman of the German Philatelic Collector Group ArGe Zoologie The postmark is featuring a rooster and a hen. It´s for the year of the rooster and for philatelic use for this day(23rd February 2017) only.
The Netherlands Issue Date: 31.01.2017 St.Maarten Issue Date;27th January 2017 Kyrgyzstan Issue Date: 03.02.2017 Designer: Vitaliu Pogolșa Printer: Nova Imprim Process: full-colour offset lithography, partial gloss finish + pantone bronze Size: 34.00 x 34.00 mm Values: KGS 50, 100
Indonesia Issue Date-6 January 2017 Slovenia Issue Date-27 January 2017 France:Stamp Booklet Booklet of 12 postage stamps stickers at the price of the green letter representing the 12 Chinese astrological signs. LI Zhongyao created for the French Post the twelve … Continue reading
A permanent domestic-rate stamp featuring a rooster with its chest proudly puffed out is paired with an international-rate stamp offering a close-cropped profile view of the rooster’s stately face. Both images are created from lines of gold foil.Issue Date:18 January … Continue reading
Date of Issue- 30 January 2017,Design- Stephen Perera,Printer- Cartor Security Printers,Process-Offset Lithography,Colors- 4,Size- 31.75×31.75mm
43p stamp – Rooster crowing as the sun comes up 57p stamp – Standing Rooster with a cockscomb 58p stamp – Sitting Rooster with egg 64p stamp – Two Roosters pecking a Chinese cabbage 70p stamp – Two Roosters standing … Continue reading
Year of Rooster ORCOEXPO ’17 Show Card Issue Date: 13.01.2017
United States Postal Service has released its stamp issue programme for the year 2017.Many thematic issues will be released this year. Year of Rooster The Year of the Rooster stamp is the 10th of 12 stamps in the Celebrating Lunar … Continue reading
The stamp designs are enriched with patterns of auspicious flowers in the background to symbolise a peaceful life and longevity as well as prosperity and good fortune. These stamps are the sixth set in the fourth Lunar New Year special stamp … Continue reading