StampNews.com is glad to let our readers know that the United Nations Postal Administration (UNPA) issued twelve new stamps to commemorate the 17th meeting of Conference of the Parties to the Convention on International Trade in Endangered Species of Wild … Continue reading


Gibraltar’s Gorham’s Cave has been granted World Heritage status. To mark such an achievement Gibraltar Post issued a set of 5 commemorative stamps which has been developed in very close cooperation with the The Gibraltar Museum. StampNews.com invites each stamp … Continue reading


Monotremes share similarities with other placental mammals; they are warm-blooded, covered in hair and produce milk for their young. But there are also differences, including a lack of teeth as adults. StampNews.com is glad to introduce to our readers’ attention … Continue reading


Everyone who is into all weird and mystical knows that jack-o-lantern is the unchangeable and one of the brightest symbols of Halloween. In the spirit of the upcoming holiday the U.S. Postal Service® issues four delightfully eerie stamps featuring photographs … Continue reading


In late September and early October 1941, on the territory of Western Serbia, Šumadija, and Pomoravlje, a larger free territory was created, as a base for the spreading of the Uprising. Much of the territory was liberated by Partisan and … Continue reading


StampNews.com has received the latest exciting philatelic news and is glad to inform all devoted stamp collectors that Australia Post has issued its first stamps with the “Norfolk Island” inscription. The stamps feature seabirds, and the inscription on the stamps … Continue reading


StampNews.com is glad to provide our readers with the latest auction news and updates. This piece of info concerns a mint 1923 Washington 1c green rotary sheet waste stamp is set to headline a sale at Kelleher Auctions on September … Continue reading


StampNews.com is glad to introduce to our readers’ attention four new Slovenian stamps from the Fauna series, which this time are dedicated to Dolphins and Whales. They are printed using UV printing technology, which allows us to include an additional … Continue reading


As the 2016 Paralympics are in progress and three Irish paracyclists have taken medals in Rio recently, cycling is having a great impact on the country right now. To underline the importance of this kind of sport An Post issued … Continue reading


New Zealand is famous around the world as the home of Middle-Earth – thanks to The Hobbit and The Lord of the Rings Motion Picture Trilogies. The legacy of these iconic films lives on through New Zealand Post’s commemorative stamps … Continue reading


StampNews.com is glad to share the latest auction news with our readers. This one concerns an 1862-1871 US$500 large “Persian rug” second issue revenue stamp that is expected to make around US$17,500 at Robert A Siegel auction. The $500 large … Continue reading


Birds of Prey, also known as raptors, hunt and feed on other animals. On September 21th 2016 Singapore will release a set of four stamps that feature four species of birds of prey. StampNews.com invites our readers to appreciate these … Continue reading


StampNews.com hurries to inform all stamps enthusiasts that Poczta Polska has introduced into a circulation a stamp featuring the famous monster slayer Geralt of Rivia. It will be a special run that begins circulation on Friday, so if you are … Continue reading


2016 marks the centenary of Agatha Christie writing her first detective story – The Mysterious Affair at Styles. The Royal Mail is marking the occasion with a set of six stamps representing some of her best-known novels – Murder on … Continue reading


MaltaPost will issue a miniature sheet bearing one stamp entitled Maritime Malta Series IV- HMS Hastings. This stamp portrays a lithograph of a drawing by Charles Brockdorff circa 1838, showing the arrival of Queen Adelaide on board HMS Hastings into … Continue reading


StampNews.com hurries to inform our readers that PostNL has issued a special sheetlet of 10 stamps of to mark the Year of the Book. Ten special books from the Royal Library are depicted on this sheet. During the opening of … Continue reading


StampNews.com invites our readers to another fright-filled adventure with Canada Post‘s latest collection of five Haunted Canada stamps. Pity the grief-stricken ghost bride of Montmorency Falls. Beware the marsh-dwelling spirit who transforms from a beautiful woman into a foul-smelling hag. … Continue reading


Stand on the spot where 950 years ago, England‘s future was fought in the decisive Battle of 1066. Guernsey Post has chosen to commemorate this historic event with a superbly illustrated set of stamps depicting the battle from both King … Continue reading


Russia will host FIFA World Cup in 2018 and this event is awaited by millions of sporting fans. Russia proposed the following host cities: Kaliningrad, Kazan, Krasnodar, Moscow, Nizhny Novgorod, Rostov-on-Don, Saint Petersburg, Samara, Saransk, Sochi, Volgograd, Yaroslavl, and Yekaterinburg. … Continue reading


Orienteering is a navigation race ‒ often held in unfamiliar terrain ‒ using a map and compass. It‘s easy to learn and a fun way to exercise your body and mind as you enjoy the outdoors. To mark this extremely … Continue reading


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The Apex Public Auction 149 takes place this July at the famous Lingfield park Racecourse in Surrey. This will be the second of three auctions held at the venue by Apex this year, and promises to be a popular event … Continue reading
Submitted on 24.06.2016
The Adidas jersey that was worn by the Rugby World Cup-winning All Blacks in 2015 is a winner for a second time – now taking the coveted Supreme Award at the 2016 New Zealand Pride In Print Awards. The New … Continue reading
Submitted on 26.05.2016
SPINK USA | Spink are delighted to announce the final part in this summer trifecta of sales in New York; the Stefano Fantaroni Collection of the Kingdom of Italy taking place on the 8th June 2016. The Stefano Fantaroni Collection … Continue reading
Submitted on 24.05.2016
The Apex Postal Auction 147 on April 21st achieved sales of £180,000 with plenty of impressive realisations. Highlights of the GB section included a hammer price of £4500 for lot 534, the 1887 used £1 green with inverted watermark [only … Continue reading
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