Greenland stamps

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Greenland is an autonomous country within the Kingdom of Denmark, located between the Arctic and Atlantic Oceans, east of the Canadian Arctic Archipelago. Physiographically, it is a part of the continent of North America. The largest island in Greenland is also named Greenland, and makes up most of the country's land area.

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Scott: #175O

Issued: 23.1.1987

HAFNIA '87

Inside #175: Emblem in Margin


Scott: #291-2O

Issued: 5.5.1995

Peace & Liberty

Inside #291: Pseudo Stamp on Envelope


Scott: #293a-bO, #294a-cO, #295a-dO

Issued: 5.5.1995

Overprint America Series with New Values

Inside #293a-b: Greenland #13O, #14O

Inside #294a-c: Greenland #10O, #11O, #12O

Inside #295a-d: Greenland #15O, #16O, #17O, #18O

Scott: #293O, #294O, #295O


Scott: #387-9O

Issued: 16.10.2001

HAFNIA '01 Exhibition

The Stamps That Were Never Issued

All Stamps modified: engraved stamp, not hand painting as original

Inside #387: Greenland, 5 o essay, 1932O

Inside #388: Greenland, 10 o essay, 1932O

Inside #389: Greenland, 15 o essay, 1932O

Scott: #389aO


Scott: #463O

Issued: 31.10.2005

100th Anniversary of the PARCEL POST stamp (1st part)

Inside #463: Greenland #Q4aO

Greenland celebrate the 100th anniversary of the first PARCEL POST stamp, which was not an actual stamp, but purely to be used for franking parcel post. This stamp constitutes a significant contribution in acknowledging the history of Greenland. This anniversary stamp is the first in the series of a total of three stamps.


Scott: #464O

Issued: 16.1.2006

100th Anniversary of the PARCEL POST stamp (2nd part)

Inside #464: Greenland #Q3aO

Greenland celebrate the 100th anniversary of the first PARCEL POST stamp, which was not an actual stamp, but purely to be used for franking parcel post. This stamp constitutes a significant contribution in acknowledging the history of Greenland. This anniversary stamp is the second in the series of a total of three stamps.


Lou wrote: It has annoyed me for years that Scott lists the wrong IDs for two of the stamps on stamps. When the first two stamps were issued, I identified them as Q3a and Q4a, since, as per Scott, those stamps were issued in 1905 and the 2005 stamps commemorated the stamp centenary; again, per Scott, Q3 was issued in 1916 and Q4 in 1937! I questioned the new issue editor when their lists came out, and they replied with their standard answer--that they always used major #s for their IDs.

There is nothing more inconsistent than Scott's consistency, so I think you and I should have the right IDs.


Scott: #471O

Issued: 16.1.2006

50th Anniversary EUROPA Stamps

Inside #471: Greenland #438O

For many years Greenland has issued stamps of the EUROPA-series. The idea of a joint stamp issue was first conceived in the beginning of the 1950s, when the Coal and Steel Community (namely the Belgium, Luxembourg, the Netherlands, France, West Germany, and Italy) decided to issue an annual special issue with a common design. The first stamp of the series was issued in 1956. This year Greenland issues a commemorative stamp for the 50th anniversary of the EUROPA-stamps that depicts the award-winning contribution of the series from 2004.


Scott: #497O

Issued: 21.5.2007

100th Anniversary of the PARCEL POST stamp (3rd part)

Inside #497: Greenland #Q6O

Scott: #497aO

100th Anniversary of the PARCEL POST stamp S/S

Greenland #463, 464, 497


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Greenland Post

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