2018 Manuka Honey Silver Proof Coin

New Zealand – About 2018 Manuka Honey Silver Proof Coin The dense evergreen plant was used by M?ori for a wide variety of purposes. Its hard red wood was used to make paddles and spears and in the construction ofRead More

Re-Introduced Species

Great Britain – Since 1800 it is estimated that more than 400 species of animals and plants have become extinct in the UK. There are many reasons for this, including loss and degradation of habitat, and species becoming increasingly isolatedRead More

Year of Our Island

Isle of Man Post Office is delighted to present this issue of ten stamps to mark a very special year in which we celebrate ‘our Island’ as a special place to live and work. The Year of Our Island 2018Read More

Europa 2018 – Bridge

Romania – Under the title Europa 2018, Romfilatelia introduces into circulation the postage stamp issue BRIDGES,topic selected for this year by PostEurop, a body of the Universal Postal Union, a specialized agency of the United Nations.  The issue consists of two stamps. TheRead More

Easter 2018

Croatia – hristmas and Easter are associated with light. The God is born as a “young sun“ on Christmas collecting within Himself the ancient signs and meanings of earth renewal. He arrives from the light of high spheres to becomeRead More

Europa 2018 – Dutch Bridges

Netherlands – The cooperating postal companies in Europe have been publishing stamps with a common theme for more than 60 years. In 2002 they introduced a competition: the EUROPA Stamp Best Design Competition. This competition is organised under the aegisRead More

100 Years of the Fala Hydropower Plant

Slovenia – Construction of the rst hydropower plant on the river Drava began in 1913. This was the Fala hydropower plant, which was at the same time the biggest hydropower plant in the Eastern Alps. Until 1918, when the FalaRead More

Charming Towns

Spain – For the third year running, Correos is issuing this series of stamps dedicated to the charming towns that make up our country’s geography and whose depictions will be travelling around the world on shipments despatched from Spain. ThisRead More

World Down Syndrome Day

Bosnia – World Down Syndrome Day is observed every year on March 21rst, with this date chosen symbolically (21/3) to signify the uniqueness of the triplication (trisomy) of the 21rst chromosome which causes Down syndrome. Despite the certain psychophysical disorderRead More

The Islamic Community of Lisbon

Portugal – The Islamic Community of Lisbon (Comunidade Islâmica de Lisboa – CIL) was established in 1968 (Government Gazette no. 83, Series III of 6 April 1968) by a group of young Muslim students from the former Portuguese colonies whoRead More

Estonian Flag

Estonia – The combination of the blue, black and white colours of the Estonian national flag is one of the most important and most beloved national symbols. Of the colours, blue represents the nation’s bright future and indicates the NordicRead More

Nordic 2018 – Fishes

Aland – The joint theme of the 2018 Nordic series is Fish species of the North. The Åland Post stamp flaunts a silvery Atlantic salmon (salmo salar). Salmon fishing has been a significant source of income for commercial Åland fishermen,Read More

Holy Easter 2018

Romania – On the Eve of the most important event of Christianity, Romfilatelia introduces into circulation the postage stamp issue The Holy Easter 2018, which commemorates the turning points from the life of Jesus Christ – the Entrance to Jerusalem, the Crucifixion andRead More

Europa 2018 – Jersey Bridges & Causeways

Jersey – As Jersey is an island with fast moving and high-rising tides which can sometimes be dangerous, bridges and causeways play an important role in providing access to local lighthouses, fortifications and even the local salt water bathing pool.Read More