Tuesday, 27 October 2020

1763. 🇨🇰🇹🇴 Philatelic Collector Inc.’s Latest Birds Of The World Products.

 🇨🇰🇹🇴 Joylessly, I list the latest products to emerge from the US-based producers of philatelic products, Philatelic Collector Inc. which releases such items in accordance with contracts with the postal services of Cook Islands and Tonga.

  All of these items are linked to a Birds of the World theme which is basically a fairly random collection of photographs of bird species many of which are not found in the territory of the philatelic entities whose names appear on these products. As has been the case previously some of the items have high face values and are accompanied by miniature sheets which include the high face value stamps. All of these products are rated 0.

Cook Islands

8 May 2020 - Kingfishers - 4 stamps and 1 miniature sheet.




























20 May 2020  - Ducks - 4 stamps and 1 miniature sheet.























Cook Islands Aitutaki

8 May 2020 - Birds of Paradise - 4 stamps and 1 miniature sheet.

























20 May 2020 - Geese - 4 stamps and 1 miniature sheet -

























Cook Islands Penrhyn

8 May 2020 - Birds of Paradise - 4 stamps and 1 miniature sheet.

























20 May 2020 - Flamingos - 4 stamps and 1 miniature sheet.

























Cook Islands Rarotonga -

8 May 2020 - Parrots - 4 stamps and 1 miniature sheet.













20 May 2020 - Herons - 4 stamps and 1 miniature sheet.

























Tonga - 

4 May 2020 - Parrots - 4 stamps and 1 miniature sheet.

























18 May 2020 - Ibises - 4 stamps and 1 miniature sheet.

























Tonga Niuafo’ou -

4 May 2020 - Hummingbirds - 4 stamps and 1 miniature sheet - 

























18 May 2020 - Frigate birds - 4 stamps and 1 miniature sheet.


























If anyone wishes to buy one of everything of the above then Philatelic Collector Inc will let you have these philatelic gems for the grand total of US$556.36. Strictly one for the birds.



1 comment:

  1. I am wondering if anybody in the world still buying this crap

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