Monday 28 June 2021

1899. 🇫🇰 The Settlements Of Falklands

🇫🇰 The postal service of Falkland Islands will issue 6 stamps on 14 July 2021 as the second part of its series depicting art works by Mike Peake. The set is titled ‘Settlements’ and the paintings depict views of the towns and villages of the territory. The issue was designed using photography by Chris Andrews Publications Ltd and printed in lithography by Cartor and the stamps are perforated 13 x 13.5. Another excellent set from Creative Direction. Thanks to Juliet Warner of Pobjoy Stamps for information about these stamps. Rating:- *****.

🇰🇪 A single stamp has been released recently by the postal service of Kenya which commemorates International Year of Indigenous Languages which actually took place in 2019. I can only assume that this is a severely delayed release though I do not presently know the precise date of issue. Rating:- **.

 🇺🇸 The latest paraphilatelic products from IGPC are as follows (all products are rated 0):-

Inscribed The Gambia

30 April 2021 - 95th birthday of Queen Elizabeth II (2 miniature sheets).

9 April 2021 - In Memory of The Duke of Edinburgh (1 miniature sheet).

30 April 2021 - 3rd Wedding anniversary of The Duke And Duchess of Sussex (2 miniature sheets)

7 May 2021 - Trains (1 miniature sheet).

26 May 2021 - Commemoration of Dorje Chang Buddha III (1 miniature sheet)

21 June 2021 - 2 issues (3 miniature sheets) (subjects - a. Chinese New Year, b. First Lady of The United States. 

Inscribed Grenada

17 June 2021 - 3 issues (6 miniature sheets) (subjects - a. Insects, b. Marine life and c. Meerkats).

Inscribed Grenada Carriacou And Petite Martinique

14 June 2021 - 1 issue  (2 miniature sheets) (subject - In memory of The Duke of Edinburgh).

Inscribed Guyana

21 June 2021 - 5 issues (10 miniature sheets) (subjects - a. Butterflies, b. Ducks, c.Jaguars, d. Hummingbirds, e. Land mammals).

Inscribed Saint Vincent And The Grenadines

21 June 2021 - 2 issues each made up of 2 miniature sheets (subjects - a. Reef fish and b. Crabs).

1 comment:

  1. Article from Chinese website Xinhuanet suggests released 21 June 2021. though no image is shown.