Birds of Namibia - Endemic and Near-Endemic

 

Technical Details:

Release date: 13 February 2012

Printer: Joh Enschede Security Printers

Quantities of Stamps: 13 500 000 stamps in total

Stamp size: 35 x 35 mm

Artist: Helge Denker

Preview of Additions to 5th Definitive

Technical Details:

Designer: Helge Denker

Quantity: 15 000 stamps of each value

Size of stamps: 35 x 35mm

Traditional Wooden Vessels of Namibia

Technical Details:

Release date: 10 February 2014

Designer: Helge Denker

Quantity: 25 000 of each value 

Size of stamps: 40 x 33mm

Children

The Children of Namibia minisheet available

Beetles of Namibia

Technical Details:

Release date: 5 April 2013

Designer: Anja Denker

Quantity: 15 000 Stamps of each value; FDCs 1000

Size of stamps: 35 x 35mm

FDC size: 180 x 100mm

Mongooses of Namibia

 

Technical Details:

Release date: 1 October 2012

Printer: Southern color print

Quantities of Stamps: 60 000 stamps in total;

Quantity of FDC: 1 500

Stamp size: 35 x 25 mm

Artist: Helge Denker

NamPost and Telecom 20th Anniversary

 

Technical Details:

Release date: 31 July 2012

Printer: Lowe Martin Security Printers

Quantities of Minisheets: 30 000 in total

Stamp size: 35 x 35 mm

Artist: Anja Denker

Scorpions of Namibia

 

 

Technical Details:

Release date: 11 June 2012

Printer: OSD (Osterrichische Staatsdruckerei GmbH)

Quantities of Stamps: 100 000

Quantity of FDC: 1 500

Stamp size: 48 x 26 mm

Artist: Anja Denker

Bats of Namibia

Technical Details:

 

Release date: 9 April 2012

Printer: Cartor Security Printer

Quantities of Stamps: 60 000 stamps in total;

Quantity of FDC: 1 500

Stamp size: 48 x 26 mm

Artist: Anja Denker

Philately
About Philately

The word “philately” is the English version of the French word "philatélie", coined by Georges Herpin in 1864. Herpin stated that stamps had been collected and studied for the previous six or seven years and a bette

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