New issues -
🇮🇪 An Post (postal service of the Irish Republic) -
31 March 2023 - Irish country music singers - 1 self-booklet containing 5 different stamps. Lithographed by Enschedé. Rating:- **.
🇮🇳 India Post -
30 March 2023 - ‘Legends of Odisha’, performing arts celebrities of the state of Odisha - 1 miniature sheet containing 4 different stamps. Rating:- ***.
🇬🇧 Royal Mail -
10 April 2023 (on sale until 5 May 2023) - Post and Go stamps, dispensed from kiosk A003 situated at the Fleet Air Arm Museum, based at RNAS Yeovilton near Ilchester in Somerset - 2 stamps both with additional inscriptions - ‘Carrier Experience’ (new exhibition at the museum) - one is the Machin Head stamp and the other the Union Flag stamp.
Commonwealth countries and territories whose postal services are not known to have issued, or had issued on their behalf, any legitimacy postage stamps so far in 2023 -
Antigua And Barbuda
British Indian Ocean Territory
Papua New Guinea
Penrhyn Cook Islands
St Vincent and The Grenadines
Trinidad and Tobago
Turks And Caicos Islands
United Republic of Tanzania
By the end of March therefore, 40 out of 88 ( 45.5%) Commonwealth philatelic entities remained on the list. This compares with 56.3% at the end of March last year.
That's not right as Uganda have issued the Chinese set as per your blogReplyDelete
Thank you. As far as I know the Uganda set mentioned recently was released in 2022 (as stated in the previous Blog) and not this year & therefore Uganda remains on the 2023 list of entities which have not issued stamps.Delete
Reply to anonymous- thank you, to the best of my knowledge the previously mentioned Uganda issue was released in 2022 (as stated in the Blog) & therefore Uganda should still be recorded as issuing no stamps so far in 2022.ReplyDelete