New Issues 2009

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New Issues 2009 P-Z


Indonesia

Scott: #2179O

Issued: 10.04.2009

Landmarks in China - China 2009

Inside #2179: Pseudo Stamps (logo)


Scott: #2217O

Issued: 05.11.2009

Jakarta 2009 Stamp Exhibition, Provincial Flora and Fauna

Inside #2217 (On label): Indonesia #1544aO

Inside #2217 (On label): Indonesia #1543aO


Ireland

Scott: #1824-33O

Issued: 03.04.2009

25 Anniversary, An Post

Inside #1824-5: Stamps on Envelopes


Israel

Scott: #1798-1800P

Issued: 26.11.2009

Philately Day

Inside #1798-1800: Pseudo Stamp on Tab


Italy

Scott: #2915-6P

Issued: 27.3.2009

Festival Filatelia Italy 2009

Inside #2915: Italy #2858 (2008)O

Inside #2915: Italy #2901 (2008)O

Inside #2915: Italy #2859 (2008)O


Scott: #2935P

Issued: 18.6.2009

150th anniversary of the first stamps in Sicily

Inside #2935: Two Sicilies #10O

-grana stamp issued on 1 January 1859, with the effigy of King Ferdinand II, which bears the impressed cancellation.

On the left, the horseshoe-shaped postal marking used to cancel stamps in the Kingdom of Sicily

In the background is a section of the customs map of the Kingdom of the Two Sicilies.

Thanks to Prof. Plinio Richelmi


Kenya

Scott: #945aO

Scott: #946-8O

Issued: 9.12.2009

10th Anniversary of the PCK (Postal Corporation of Kenya)

Inside #945a:

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Kenya #775O

Kenya #810O

Kenya #776O

(Changed color)

Kenya #794O

(Inscriptions omitted)

Kenya #824O

 

Kenya #823O (with some Changes)

 

Inside #945a: Kenya #774

Inside #945a: Pseudo Stamps and Stamps on Envelopes

Thanks to Lou Guadagno


Korea (North)

Scott: #4845O

Issued: 20.6.2008

135th Anniversary, UPU

Inside #4845: Korea (North) unlisted imprinted aerogram with indicium of #4394d (2004)

(Thanks to Lou for the scan)


Scott: #4869-70O

Issued: 02.09.2009

North Korea Friendship with China

Inside #4869a: DRP Korea #3287cO

Inside #4869a: DRP Korea #3384O

Inside #4869a: DRP Korea #3716

Inside #4869b: DRP Korea #3563

Inside #4869b: DRP Korea #4374b

Inside #4869b: DRP Korea #4473c

 

Inside #4870a: DRP Korea #140a(imperf)

Inside #4870a: DRP Korea #153a(imperf)

Inside #4870a: DRP Korea #54

Inside #4870a: DRP Korea #355

Inside #4870a: DRP Korea #259

Inside #4870b: DRP Korea #4089

Inside #4870b: DRP Korea #258

Inside #4870b: DRP Korea #2329

Inside #4870b: DRP Korea #4760

Inside #4870b: DRP Korea #3940

Inside #4870b: DRP Korea #3941

Thanks to Lou Guadagno


Korea (South)

Scott: #2315O

Issued: 30.7.2009

Philately Week 2009

Inside #2315: Korea #19O

Inside #2315: Korea #640O

Scott: #2315O

Scott: #2315O

Thanks to Lou Guadagno


Liberia

Scott: #2553O

Issued: 2.2.2009

200th Anniversary Birth of Abraham Lincoln

Inside #2553a: U.S. #1282P

Inside #2553b: U.S. #555P

Inside #2553c: U.S. #367O

Inside #2553d: U.S. #254O

Thanks to Lou Guadagno


 

 

Scott: #2557-9O

Issued: 10.04.2009

China 2009

Inside #2557-9: Pseudo Stamps (logo)

Thanks to G.B.


Liechtenstein

Scott: #????-?O

Issued: 2.3.2009

Our Postal Service

Inside #????: Pseudo Stamp on parcel

Thanks to G.B.


Scott: #1450O

Issued: 7.9.2009

75 Years of the LPHV (Liechtensteiner Philatelisten Verband)

Inside #1450: Liechtenstein #115O

Thanks to Martin and Lou


Luxembourg

Scott: #1281 S/S

Issued: 16.9.2009

75th Anniversary, Luxembourg Federation of Philatelic Societies (FSPL)

Inside #1281a: Luxembourg #198O

Inside #1281b: Pseudo Stamp

On February 22nd 1934 by-laws were signed, in accordance with the 1928 law, transforming the Luxembourg Federation of Philatelic Societies (FSPL) into a non-profit association. In the first article of these by-laws it was stipulated that the federation had been created de facto on Sunday, July 16th 1933 in Diekirch.

In 1934, the FSPL was made up of four member associations representing about 500 collectors. In 1946, there were 14 clubs with about 2,500 collectors and in the past few years the FSPL has been made up of 35 clubs with 2,200 adult collectors and 100 youths.

In 75 years the FSPL has succeeded in becoming the recognized spokesman for Luxembourg collectors, as much nationally as internationally.

The FSPL is directed by the Bureau Permanent made up of nine elected members, half elected every two years for a period of four years. Twice a year the presidents of the 35 clubs or their representatives meet in a General Council to discuss current business. Once a year, club delegates attend the National Congress of the FSPL, organized each year by a different club, where important decisions are made and also where elections are held every two years for the Bureau Permanent.

The federation includes five commissions:

the traditional philately commission which covers postal stationery, postal history, and aerophilately, the thematic philately commission, the youth philately commission where the clubs are represented by their monitors, and the postmark study commission which publishes catalogues of all types of postmarks. The official publication of the federation is the Moniteur du Collectionneur which is published five times per year.

Thanks to G.B.


Mexico

Scott: #2639O

Issued: 09.10.2009

World Post Day

Inside #2639: Pseudo stamp on cover and on paper airplane

Thanks to Lou Guadagno


Micronesia

Scott: #802-3O

Issued: 10.04.2009

China 2009

Inside #802-3: Pseudo Stamps (logo)

Thanks to G.B.


Monaco

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Scott: #2530O

Issued: 7.2.2009

MonacoPhil

Inside #2530: Monaco #10O

Inside #2530: Monaco #????(2007)O

Inside #2530: Monaco #????(2005)O

Inside #2530: Monaco #????(2005)O

Inside #2530: Monaco #B66O (Thanks to Maurizio Misinato)

Inside #2530: Monaco #C83O

Inside #2530: Monaco #????(2006)O

Inside #2530: Monaco #2460O

Inside #2530: Monaco #????-?(2006)O

Inside #2530: Monaco #????(2006)O

An international philatelic event under the High Patronage of H.S.H. Prince Albert II, MonacoPhil will take place from December 4 to 6, 2009. At the same time as the traditional exhibition of the 100 among the rarest stamps and philatelic documents in the world, this 2009 event will focus on Belgium philately through a collective exhibition.


Scott: #2558O

Issued: 17.6.2009

7th Grande bourse 2009 (27.9.2009)

Inside #2558: Monaco #2073O

Inside #2558: Monaco #2460O

Inside #2558: Monaco #2436O

Inside #2558: Monaco #1925O

Thanks to Lou Guadagno


Scott: #2574O

Issued: 04.12.2009

2009 ASCAT GRAND PRIX

Inside #2574: U.S. #85AO

ASCAT, the International Association of Stamp Catalogue Publishers, will give the 2009 Grand Prix for Philately to William H. Gross, one of the very few people to have gathered a complete collection of 19th-century classical American stamps. This collection was completed in 2005 with one of the two known examples of the 1-cent Z Grill stamp obtained in exchange for a block of four Inverted Jenny stamps. Since 2007, he has been auctioning off some of his collections for the benefit of humanitarian associations, Doctors without Borders in particular.

Thanks to Lou Guadagno


Montenegro

Scott: #???O

Issued: 2.10.2009

Stamp Day

Inside #???: Montenegro #72O

Inside #???: Montenegro #77O

Inside #???: Montenegro #88O

Inside #???: Montenegro #93O

Inside #???: Montenegro #H2O

Thanks to Lou Guadagno


Netherlands

Scott: #1328O

Issued: 10.3.2009

125th Anniversary NVPV

Inside #1328: Stamps Collecting


Scott: #B758O

Issued: 7.4.2009

Surtax for National Fund for Elderly Assistance

Inside #B758d: Stamps on envelope TBI


Scott: #1336aO

Issued: 28.4.2009

3 Generations of Queens

Inside #1336a: Netherlands #126O (Queen Wilhelmina)

Inside #1336a: Netherlands #479P (Queen Juliana)

Inside #1336a: Netherlands #780P (Queen Beatrix)

Thanks to Lou Guadagno


Scott: #1344O

Issued: 1.10.2009

Stamp Day

Inside #1344: Netherlands #86O

Thanks to Prof. Plinio Richelmi


Nevis

Scott: #????O

Issued: ??.??.2009

Summer Games - China 2009

Inside #????: Pseudo Stamps (logo)

Thanks to G.B.


New Caledonia

Cagou Lenticulaire

Scott: #1075O

Issued: 6.8.2009

150th Anniversary Postal Service

Inside #1075: Kagu prints issued in previous years - TBI

As a fitting celebration of the latest series Cagou 2009 and 150th anniversary of New Caledonias postal service first-time-ever issue of a lenticular stamp.

Thanks to the lenticular printing process, as you view these animated stamps from different angles, you will see a succession of Kagu prints issued in previous years.

The first MULTI-SOS TYPE B!

Thanks to Prof. Plinio Richelmi


Scott: #1078O

Issued: 6.8.2009

150th Anniversary Postal Service

Inside #1078 (In Margin): New Caledonia #C238O

Special thanks for the scan to Ships on Stamps Unit: http://web.me.com/myronpm/

Thanks to Lou Guadagno


New Zealand

Scott: #2224bO

Issued: 01.04.2009

China 2009

Inside #2224b: Pseudo Stamps (logo)

Thanks to G.B.


Scott: #B193-4O #B196O

Issued: 7.9.2009

80th Anniversary of Childrens Health stamps

New Zealand Post has been a proud supporter of Childrens Health Camps since 1929. Every year, weve issued a range of stamps, with each stamp carrying a surcharge that is then donated to the Health Camps to help them in their work. In 2009 we celebrate the 80th anniversary of Childrens Health stamps with three new designs that each tell a story using an image of a stamp from the past.

Inside #B193: New Zealand #B151O

50c + 10c surcharge gummed

The 1996 Childrens Health issue took a new direction, aligning its message with a campaign entitled Childrens Health Road Safety. The issue proved controversial, with feedback on the design (and particularly on the use of a child restraint seat) leading to a new design and a complete reprint. Unfortunately, a small quantity of the incorrectly designed stamps found its way into the market.

Inside #B193 (In margin):

New Zealand #B81O

New Zealand type SP12O

(#B14-19)

 

 

 

 

New Zealand #B58O

New Zealand #B25O


Inside #B194: New Zealand #B5O

$1.00 + 10c surcharge gummed

The 1932 Hygiea stamp was the first to be issued with the surcharge inscribed for Health rather than Charity although the image of the Goddess of Health attracted more attention, generating considerable controversy in the philatelic journals of the day. The first two sheets to come off the printing press were presented to the Governor-General of New Zealand, Lord Bledisloe, when he paid an official visit to the Childrens Health Camp in Otaki.

Inside #B194 (In margin):

New Zealand #B63O

New Zealand #B57O

(Thanks to Lou)

New Zealand #B80P

 

 

New Zealand #B116aO

 

New Zealand #B73O

New Zealand #B108O

New Zealand #B28O

New Zealand #B185O

(Thanks to Lou)


Inside #B196: New Zealand #B23O

50c + 10c surcharge self-adhesive

In 1943, New Zealands first triangular stamps were issued an immensely popular innovation that led to long queues at Post Offices throughout the country on the day they were issued. The triangular stamp for our 80th anniversary celebration features Her Majesty Queen (then Princess) Elizabeth II. It was one of two stamps issued in 1943, the other depicting Her Royal Highness Princess Margaret.

Inside #B196 (In margin):

 

 

 

 

New Zealand type SP3O

(#B3)

New Zealand #B7O

New Zealand #B11O

New Zealand Type SP30O

(#B49-51)

 

New Zealand

#B26O

New Zealand type SP3O

(#B4)

Thanks to Prof. Plinio Richelmi

Scott: #B195O

Suggested Identification by Lou Guadagno


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New Issues 2009 A-H

New Issues 2009 P-Z

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