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Palau

Scott: #1016O

Issued: 08.09.2010

170th Anniversary of the Penny Black

Inside #1016: G.B. #1

Inside #1016: Palau #2O

Thanks to Lou Guadagno and Prof. Plinio Richelmi


Philippines

Scott: #3323O

Issued: 26.07.2010

Centenary, Philippines Tuberculosis Society

Inside #3323 (On stamp and in margins): various Anti-TB, Christmas seals

Thanks to Lou Guadagno


Poland

Scott: #3970O

Issued: 15.1.2010

150 years of Polish Post Stamps

Inside #3970: Poland #1O

The fist postage stamps to appear on Polish Lands were issued in 1850. This was under the occupation by Austria and Prussia.

The first Polish Postage Stamp was issued on 1st January 1860 circular No. 13 of the Royal Polish Post office dating from 14th December 1859. This stamp replaced the Russian stamps, then in circulation from 13 January 1858.

The first Polish Postage Stamp bearing the Coat of Arms of Polish Kingdom was used for internal use in the country of Poland and also in Russia. All other letters to foreign countries were sent by paying cash for postage. This stamp was withdrawn on 13th April 1865 and replaced by Russian stamp.

Earlier the reproductions of the first Polish Stamps were issued by the Polish Office on the following stamps.

Thanks to Dr. Eli Moallem


Scott: #3993 (Mi 4499A Zf)O

Issued: 29.10.2010

Personalized label - The label was issued to publicize an on line Polish stamp store.

Inside #3993: On left hand page

Poland TBI

Poland TBI

Poland #3268a-d

Poland #3377a-d

Cambodia #1723

Cambodia #1725

Cambodia #1721

Cambodia #1722

Cambodia #1726

Cambodia #1724

Cambodia #1727

Inside #3993: On right hand page

Poland #2098

Poland #2096

Poland #3000

Poland #3056 s/s

Poland #3052-53 (under glassine), #3054-55

Thanks to Attilio Papio and Lou Guadagno


Saint Helena

Scott: #1006O

Issued: 08.05.2010

King George V Centenary

Inside #1006: G.B #154P

Thanks to Lou Guadagno


Saint Thomas & Prince

Scott: #????-?O

Issued: ??.??.2010

Philatelic Gems of China

Inside #????-?:

China #949O

China #950O

China #951O

China #952O

China #953O

China #954O

China #955O

China #956O

China #991O

 

 

 

China #998O

 

Scott: #????O

Inside #????: China #628O

Thanks to Lou Guadagno


 

Scott: #????-?O

Issued: 02.09.2010

Philatelic of Portugal

Portugal #1716O

Portugal #2155O

Portugal #1503O

Portugal #1512O

Portugal #2342O

Portugal #1519O

Inside #????:

Portugal #1539O

Portugal #1540O

Inside #???? (In margin):

Portugal #2274O

Portugal #1705O

Portugal #1517O

Portugal #2442O

Inside #???? (In margin):

Portugal #1452O

Portugal #2058

Portugal #1453O

Portugal #1703O

Portugal #1500O

Portugal #1859O

Thanks to Prof. Plinio Richelmi and to Lou Guadagno


Scott: #????O

Issued: 02.09.2010

Delacroix

Inside #????: France #2713cO

Inside #???? (In margin):

 

 

France #1885O

France #1783P

France #1888P

France #1799P

France #2079O

France #1890O

France #2077P

France #1793P

France #1802P

Thanks to Prof. Plinio Richelmi and to Lou Guadagno


 

Scott: #????-?O

Issued: 02.09.2010

WWF 2010

Inside #????:

 

Bulgaria #3401O

Jamaica #594O

Maldives Island #1187O

Gambia #516O

South Georgia #165O

Inside #???? (In margin):

Grenada #852O

Papua New Guinea #699O

 

Inside #????: Seychelles - Zil Elwannyen Sesel #108O

Inside #???? (In margin):

Russia #6181O

Botswana #??? (2005)O

Ireland #1618O

 

 

 

 

Kenya #491O

Poland #2678O

Romania #3233O

 

 

Gambia #382O

Cocos Island #342O

Burkina Faso #509O

 

 

 

 

 

Swaziland #519O

Ghana #621P

Grenada #854O

Thanks to Prof. Plinio Richelmi and to Lou Guadagno


Saint Vincent and Grenadines

Scott: #3731O

Issued: 05.10.2010

Lincoln

Inside #3731: U.S. #1282P

Thanks to Lou Guadagno


Serbia

Scott: #522O

Issued: 26.11.2010

Stamp Day - 170 Years of Post of Serbia

Inside #522: Serbia #4O

Inside #522: Serbia #6O


Slovakia

Scott: #608O

Issued: 03.12.2010

Stamp Day

Inside #608 (On label): Slovakia #270O

Lou Wrote: I looked for the artwork in the stamp on a Slovak stamp but it does not exist. The artwork is a monotone detail of a watercolor illustration Ondreicka created in 2000 for the book, Tales From Slavic Myths; shown are the pagan graces, Vesna (Spring) and Zhiva (Summer)see scan of very weird painting.


South Africa

Scott: #1417O

Issued: 9.10.2010

Celebrating Print Techniques of South African Stamps

Inside #1417: South Africa #1O

Inside #1417: South Africa #29b (Afrikaans)O

Inside #1417: South Africa #C5O

Inside #1417: South Africa #1385f (from s/s)O

Inside #1417: South Africa #284P

Inside #1417: South Africa #362O

Inside #1417: South Africa #402O

Inside #1417: South Africa #1355O

Inside #1417: South Africa #C87g (self adh-from s/s)O

Inside #1417: South Africa #C89i (from s/s)O

Inside #1417: South Africa #438P

Inside #1417: South Africa #980 (from s/s) O

Thanks to Lou Guadagno


Scott: #????O

Issued: 27.10.2010

Joburg 2010 International Stamp Exhibition

Reissued #1397-8 in a sheetlet of 5 stamps and 5 labels

For sale at the opening of the Show.

This is the first personalized stamp of South Africa as the label shown could be replaced.

Thanks to Lou Guadagno


South Georgia and the South Sandwich Islands

Scott: #403O

Issued: 12.04.2010

100th Anniversary, the Post Office of South Georgia and the South Sandwich Islands

Thanks to Prof. Plinio Richelmi

 

The Post Office on South Georgia opened in 22 December 1909; some two years after the first whaling station had been established at Grytviken. Up to 1944 stamps from the Falkland Islands were used, but stamped with a South Georgia stamp.

Each of the stamps in the sheet represents one decade in its history.

1909-1918: The Post Office used Falkland Islands stamps until 1944. However, in 1911 James Innes Wilson, the Postmaster, had proposed that the island issue its own postage stamps. This was supported by the authorities on the Falkland Islands and an essay (a stamp that was designed but never issued) was produced for the 2d foreign rate. The order for the stamps was cancelled on 19th December 1911 following instructions issued by the Secretary of State for the Colonies. Two sepia essays were produced by De La Rue depicting an engraved head of King George V based on a portrait by the Australian sculptor Bertram Mackennal.

Inside 403a: South Georgia and the South Sandwich Islands essay of 1911O

 

1919 to 1928 and 1929 to 1938: There were a number of occasions when the Post Office ran out of stamps, in particular the 1d and 2d values needed for the basic Inland, Commonwealth and Foreign rates. This led to several different provisional solutions. 2d stamps were overprinted locally in January 1928 with a metal hand stamp reading 2d and 2d stamps of the Whales and Penguins issue were bisected in October 1930 to act as 1d stamps. (Bisects had also been used in March 1923. Special hand stamps reading Paid at/At South Georgia were used from October 1911 to February 1912 on postcards and envelopes without stamps.)

 

Inside 403b: Falkland Islands #52O (Falkland Islands #43 overprinted 2d)

Inside 403c: Falkland Islands #56O

Inside 403 (In margin): Falkland Islands #43O

 

1939-1948: At this time South Georgia and the South Sandwich Islands were one of the Falkland Islands Dependencies. In December 1943 the United Kingdom Government sent a secret military force south under the codename Operation Tabarin to establish bases on other FI Dependencies: the South Orkney Islands, the South Shetland Islands and Graham Land. All the Dependencies were issued with their own postage stamps by overprinting the current d to 1/- King George VI values of the Falkland Islands. The 1/- value issued for South Georgia depicting Mount Sugartop represents this period. The stamps were officially issued to the public in London and at King Edward Point, South Georgia, on 3rd April 1944.

Inside 403d: Falkland Islands #3L8O

 

1949-1958: From February 1946 to July 1963 South Georgia used stamps inscribed Falkland Islands Dependencies. This period is represented by the 1d stamp issued on 4th June 1953 for the Coronation of Queen Elizabeth II.

Inside 403e: Falkland Islands #1L18O

 

1959-1968: Following the ratification of the Antarctic Treaty by the United Kingdom in 1960, the political decision was taken to form the South Orkneys, the South Shetlands and Graham Land into a separate UK Overseas Territory The British Antarctic Territory - while South Georgia and the South Sandwich Islands remained dependencies of the Falkland Islands. South Georgia issued a new definitive series on 17th July 1963. The 5/- value depicting elephant and fur seals represents the definitive series which was overprinted with decimal values in 1971 and remained the definitive issue until 1980.

Inside 403f: South Georgia #13O

 

1969-1978: South Georgia celebrated on 17 January 1975 the bicentenary of Captain Cook taking possession of the island in the name of King George III. Commemorative stamps were issued on 26th April 1975. The 8p value depicts Cooks ship Resolution in ice floes with the mountains of South Georgia in the background.

Inside 403g: South Georgia #42O

 

1979 - 1988: Grytviken, King Edward Point and Leith Harbour were occupied by Argentine Military Forces from 3rd to 25th April 1982. Following liberation, the Falkland Islands Dependencies issued on 13th September 1982 a 1 stamp with a 1 charity surcharge in favour of the South Atlantic Fund. The stamp depicts a map of South Georgia. South Georgia and the South Sandwich Islands became a distinct UK Overseas Territory on 3rd October 1985.

Inside 403h: Falkland Islands #1LB1O

 

1989-1998: Times have changed on South Georgia. The last land-based whaling station closed in 1965. The island is a wildlife paradise and strict conservation measures are now in force. The wildlife has been depicted on many stamps over the years. On 12th March 1992 a set of stamps was released relating to Teal ducks which breed on South Georgia. The 20p value shows an adult and two ducklings. The stamps also bear the Panda Logo of the World Wildlife Fund WWF , now referred to in many countries except the USA and Canada as the World Wide Fund for Nature.

Inside 403i: South Georgia #165O

 

1999 to date: The name Sir Ernest Shackleton will forever be associated with the island of South Georgia. His heroic boat journey in the James Caird from Elephant Island to the west coast of South Georgia in 1916 and his subsequent crossing of the island are legendary. Sir Ernest died on board the Quest in King Edward Cove on 5th January 1922 and is buried in the local cemetery. In August 2009, South Georgia and the South Sandwich Islands issued a new definitive series commemorating his life; the 5 value is depicted here.

Inside 403j: South Georgia #391O (2009)

 

http://falklandstamps.com/index.php?option=com_content&view=article&id=125:ten-decades-of-stamps&catid=43:commemoratives-&Itemid=124


Spain

Scott: #3754O

Issued: 18.10.2010

EXFILNA 2010

Inside #3754: Spain #18O

http://www.sandafayre.com/gallery/stamp_857.htm

Inside #3754 (In Margin): Design components (motif details in changed colors)

Spain #159O

Spain #1927O

Spain #399O

Spain #641O

Thanks to Prof. Plinio Richelmi and to Lou Guadagno


Sri Lanka

Scott: #1747a-bO

Issued: 06.07.2010

National Postal Museum

Inside #1747b: Ceylon #2O

Inside #1747b: Ceylon #5O

Scott: The S/s is footnoted only under 1747O

(Thanks to Mike Knopfler for the scan)

 

Inside #???? In margin - lower right: Ceylon #292O

Inside #???? In margin - lower right: Ceylon #296O

Inside #???? In margin - lower right: Ceylon #288O

Thanks to Lou Guadagno


Scott: #????O

Issued: 20.11.2010

National Stamp Fair, Colombo

Overprint, revalue on #652a

Thanks to Lou Guadagno


Srpska (part of Bosnia and Herzegovina)

Scott: #???O

Issued: 09.10.2010

World Post Day

Inside #611: Bosnia Herzegovina #41O

Thanks to Lou Guadagno


Sweden

Scott: #2642O

Issued: 26.8.2010

Art of engraving Joint issue with Ireland

Inside #2642: Sweden #1141O (color and value changed)

Thanks to Martin Hirschbühl


Syria

Scott: #????O

Issued: ??.??.2010

World Post Day

Inside #????: Stamp on Envelope

Thanks to Prof. Plinio Richelmi


Thailand

Scott: #2513-5P

Issued: 24.6.2010

70th Anniversary of General Post Office Building

Inside #2513: Thailand #93O

Inside #2514: Thailand #232O

Thanks to Lou Guadagno


Tristan da Cunha

Scott: #901O

Issued: 08.05.2010

King George V Centenary

Inside #901: G.B #159P

Thanks to Lou Guadagno


Ukraine

Scott: #789-90P

Issued: 22.4.2010

90th Anniversary of First Ukrainian Stamps

Inside #789a-d: Ukraine Michel # IO, VO, IIO, VIO

Inside #789 (on label): Mi IO (modified: imperf)

Inside #790 a-d???: Ukraine Michel # VIIO, IXO, VIIIO, XO

Inside #790 (on label): Mi XO (modified: imperf)

Thanks to Lou Guadagno


United Nations

Scott: #????O

(Unlisted due to limited distribution and sold at a premium)

Issued: 01.05.2010

Chinese Lunar Calendar, 30th Anniversary Chinese Zodiac Stamps

Inside #????: China #1586O

Thanks to Martin Hirschbühl


United States

Scott: #4435O

Issued: 14.1.2010

Lunar New Year/Year of the Tiger

Inside #4435: USA #3179O

Thanks to Lou Guadagno


Uruguay

Scott: #2312O

Issued: 30.11.2010

100th Anniversary, First Flights in Uruguay

Inside #2312 (In margin): Uruguay #157O

Inside #2312 (In margin): Uruguay H&G PC #31O

Inside #2312 (In margin): Uruguay H&G PC #52/5O

All partials, not in issued colors

There are also some postmarks and rubber stamp flight cachets as they appear on the actual flight cards,

Lou wrote: This s/s was a disappointment when I first saw itno examples of covers from the flightsuntil I took a closer look a top margin.  Not a heck of a lot there, but I could make out bits and pieces of postal card imprints and postal markings. I did some online searches and checked at the CCNY library and found a little background on the aviators and flights but no pictures of flight covers. So, The Stamp on Stamp Detective went to work:

Checking online I looked for scans of Uruguay stationery around the time period of the flights and found several of each type. The portion of the card at the top left of the s/s had large lettering reading Union Postal Universal, and an indicium of 2c; below in the stamp was Año 1887, so this was H&G PC #31. Added over the indicium was a Uruguay stamp and even tho it was only partially reproduced, after a fast check in Scotts I recognized the base, leg of Eros and fruit from the cornucopia of #157.

The other partial postal card was a little harder to identify as the indicium was not shown and there were a number of cards with the same inscriptions.  Then I saw inside the stamps below, a faint building outline and even fainter wording: PENITENCIARIA (MONTEVIDEO). There are several view sets listed, but only the #52 set has the penitentiary view, so I was able to positively ID the card as H&G PC #52/5 ( Penitentiary View).

Thanks to Lou Guadagno


Vietnam

Scott: #3399O

Issued: 30.12.2010

50th Anniversary Vietnamese Philatelic Society

Inside #3399: Pseudo Stamp

Thanks to Lou Guadagno


See:

New Issues 2010 A-H

New Issues 2010 I-N

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