New Issues 2010

P=have O=dont have it


In Alphabetic order


New Issues 2010 A-H

New Issues 2010 P-Z


Scott: #????-?O

Issued: 13.5.2010


Inside #????-?: Pseudo Stamp

Scott: #2451-4O

Scott: #2454aP

Issued: 6.10.2010

Indian Postage Stamps: Princely States


Inside #2451: Stamps of former Princely State of India Indore


Indore #3

Indore #16

Indore #1


Inside #2452: Stamps of former Princely State of India Sirmoor

Sirmoor #22

Sirmoor #2

Sirmoor #16?


Inside #2453: Stamps of former Princely State of India Bamra

Bamra unlisted Stamp

Paper (Revenue),1903

Bamra #13 or #19


Inside #2454: Stamps of former Princely State of India Cochin

Cochin #15

Cochin #10

Inside #2454a (In Margin):

Indore #9

(imperf proof

in changed color)

Sirmoor unlisted

1a Receipt

Stamp (Revenue)

Bamra unlisted

Stamp Paper


Cochin #4

Cochin #15

in changed color

tinted paper

Top and bottom margin: Indore #1 partial top frame and bottom frame

Thanks to Dr. Eli Moallem and Lou Guadagno


Scott: #????O

Issued: 05.11.2010

Provincial Flora and Fauna

Inside #???? (On label): Indonesia #1812eO

Inside #???? (On label): Indonesia #1812fO

Thanks to Lou Guadagno


Scott: #1784-5O

Issued: 22.04.2010

Post Day

Inside #1784: Iraq #1748O

Inside #1785: Iraq #27O

Thanks to Lou Guadagno


Scott: #1895O

Issued: 26.8.2010

Art of engraving Joint issue with Sweden

Inside #1895: Sweden #1141O (color and value changed)

Thanks to Martin Hirschbühl

Isle of man

Britain At War Miniature Sheet

Scott: #1368O

Issued: 20.04.2010

Britain at War 1940

Inside #1368a: Isle of Man #204O

Inside #1368b: Isle of Man #429aO

Thanks to Prof. Plinio Richelmi

George V Set

Scott: #1369-74O

Issued: 06.05.2010

George V Anniversary

Inside #1369: G.B. #160P

Inside #1370:

Two cancelled Cape of Good Hope pair:

#3b / # 7/1 d vermillion,

# 9f/4d vermillion color error, "woodblocks"

cut out from cover in the Royal Philatelic Collection

Inside #1371: G.B. SG #266aO (unlisted in Scott)

King EdwardVII 2d "Tyrian Blue", printed in 1910, unissued.

Inside #1372: Niger Coast Protectorate #35O (20/- on 1/- ovpt)

Inside #1373: G.B. #151O

Inside #1374: Mauritius #2O

George V was King of the United Kingdom and the British Dominions, and Emperor of India, from 1910 until his death in 1936. He was the first British monarch of the House of Windsor.

Although he occasionally toured the British Empire, George preferred to stay at home with his stamp collection and lived, what later biographers would consider, a dull life because of its conventionality. King George V and Queen Mary visited the Isle of Man in 1920.

Thanks to Prof. Plinio Richelmi and to Lou Guadagno


Scott: #????O

Issued: 14.04.2010

Children's Books, London 2010

Inside #????: Pseudo Stamp (Logo)


Scott: #1436-41O

Issued: 08.05.2010

Jersey Postal History V 'Regional Definitives'

Inside #1436-41: Jersey #1-6O

Scott: #1441aO

Jersey Postal History V 'Regional Definitives' - designs and feature the British Regional Definitive postage stamps for Jersey which were originally issued over a period of years from 1958 until the Island's postal independance on 1st October 1969.

Thanks to Lou Guadagno

Korea (South)

Scott: #2339O

Issued: 29.7.2010

Philately Week 2010

Inside #2339: Korea #1197-8O

Scott: #2339cO

To encourage stamp collecting and to broaden the stamp culture, Korea Post has designated a philately week every year and held the Korea Philatelic Exhibition during that week. This year, the Korea Philatelic Exhibition will be held from July 29 to August 2 at A Hall A1 (ex-Pacific Hall), COEX, under the theme of a cool, cultural world where stamps and letters meet.

In the 2010 Korea Philatelic Exhibition, a variety of experiences and eye-entertaining events will be presented. There will be enjoyable events involving stamps such as visiting cultural relics through stamps, printing hand-stamps as Ahn Jung-geun, the patriot, did, figuring out large-scale stamp puzzles and I can also be the main character of the stamp (photo zone of My Own Stamp). Five hundred frames of excellent stamp exhibits will be displayed. The Stamp Culture Promotion Room will showcase stamps that have won awards in the International Postage Stamp Design Contests, stamps that focus on environmental protection, stamps featuring dinosaurs, and stamps on historical figures. Also the Korea Post Special Room will introduce Korea Posts footprints through stamps and posts, and will display how postmans uniforms, postboxes and post office vans have changed through the years. The Green Post Office will introduce future-oriented postal systems such as e-green post, internet stamps, etc. The Korea Minting and Security Printing Corporation Room will show the process of stamp printing. The Stamp & Letter-Writing Culture Room will allow visitors to directly experience writing letters and attaching stamps. This festival where every family member can experience stamps will be an unforgettable experience.

As the last installment of the stamp in a stamp series that have been issued since 2007, this years special stamp issued to commemorate the Philately Week features the 5000 Years of Korean Art special stamps (featuring black and red statues of the Deva King (Vajradhara)), Koreas first intaglio stamp. This special stamp will be a photochromic stamp that reacts to ultraviolet light: such items as 1980 ,30 will change from a dyed color to the red color, when they are exposed to direct sunlight.


Scott: #????-?O

Issued: 05.02.2010

Rural Life in Laos

Inside #1015: Laos #39O

Marc Leguay, a French artist, lived in Laos for many years. He designed most of stamps of the Kingdom of Laos (1951-1975). He had a number of concubinage and 20 children! They were all used as models for his paintings.

A reporter for Life Magazine did an article about Laos Stamps took this picture - a mistress of Leguay seem called Nang Sy and her daughter Eliane. This photo was inspired Leguay and he combined it in one of his paintings (See above) and of course in the stamp issued in 1957. Obviously the new stamp from 2010 is the mirror image without giving the credit to Leguay.

Thanks to Dr. Eli Muallem


Scott: #1743O

Issued: 18.01.2010

30th Anniversary of PAPU (Pan African Postal Union)

Inside #1743: Libya #966d, #966g, #966h #966j (part) and #966m (part),

Libya #966O

Thanks to Lou Guadagno


Scott: #1425O

Issued: 01.12.2010

150th Anniversary of the First Malta stamp

Inside #1425: Malta #2O

Thanks to Lou Guadagno


Scott: #1080O

Issued: 20.08.2010

Shanghai Expo 2010

Inside #1080: Mauritius #2O

Thanks to Lou Guadagno


Scott: #895O

Issued: 06.10.2010

170th Anniversary of the Penny Black

Inside #895: G.B. #1

Inside #895: Micronesia #2O

Thanks to Lou Guadagno


Scott: #2595O

Issued: 07.05.2010

London 2010 Festival of Stamps

Inside #2595: Pseudo Stamp


Scott: #1374O

Issued: 14.09.2010

Stamp Day

Inside #1374: Netherlands #127P

Thanks to Lou Guadagno

Netherlands Antilles

Scott: #1267O

Issued: 19.07.2010

Stamp on Stamps

Inside #1267: Netherlands Antilles stamps with modified perfs









Scott: #????aO

(Thanks to Mike Knopfler for the scan)

Inside #????a: Netherlands Antilles stamps with modified perfs




Scott: #1268O

Inside #1268 (On labels): Netherlands Antilles stamps



Thanks to Lou Guadagno

New Zealand

Scott: #????O

Issued: 30.04.2010

London 2010

Inside #???? (in margin): New Zealand #MR 1O

War tax stamps issued in 1915

Thanks to Lou Guadagno

Scott: #????-?O

Issued: 20.10.2010

50th Anniversary of New Zealand Christmas Stamps

Inside #????: New Zealand #353O

Stamps based on classical paintings have been popular throughout the years. The very first Christmas stamp depicted Rembrandts painting The Adoration of the Shepherds. Painted in 1646, its an intimate scene in which the shepherds kneel before the crib of baby Jesus.

Inside #????: New Zealand #465P

In the past 50 years, New Zealand Christmas stamps have showcased various stained glass windows from New Zealand churches. The window from the First Presbyterian Church in Invercargill featured on the 1970 Christmas stamp, and now appears on the $1.20 stamp.

Inside #????: New Zealand #692O

Christmas in New Zealand has been a prevalent theme, and the 1979 Christmas stamp featured a Pohutukawa tree in bloom along the Thames-Coromandel coast. With its brilliant display of red flowers in the summer, it is often referred to as the New Zealand Christmas tree.

Inside #????: New Zealand #790O

Modern interpretations of the traditional Christmas story have regularly recurred in our Christmas stamp issues. The Southern Cross and the Star of Bethlehem were depicted on the 1983 Christmas stamp and are the focus of this years $2.40 stamp.

Inside #????: New Zealand #1672O

Continuing the traditional Christmas theme, the Virgin Mary and baby Jesus were beautifully illustrated on the 2000 Christmas stamp, and nowappear on the $2.90 stamp.

Scott: #????-?O

Thanks to Lou Guadagno, Prof. Plinio Richelmi and Martin Hirschbühl


New Issues 2010 A-H

New Issues 2010 P-Z