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Joint Stamp Issues - Call for help


Maintaining such a website is not as easy as it seems. This work cannot be done by a couple of isolated collectors. Information has to be gathered from all over the world. Therefore this call for help...

Stamps - New issues

The information on new issues is obtained through newspapers, philatelic homepages or postal advertising (see Web links). However, this information is not always accurate and reaches us through indirect ways. Internet is probably the best tool to create a network of local correspondents, which could inform everybody about the latest issues or the issues to come. One collector per country who could play this role of information link would be sufficient and the information could be centralized here.

The information required has to be related 

  • to issues released in the past twelve months, including data on FDC's, official mixed documents, maxicards, ... 
  • to issues announced or in preparation, 
  • to addresses for buying these items, 
  • to web addresses for retrieving this information.

In general .... we are looking for ...

  • Any information on issues that have been forgotten
  • Information and copies of illustrated first day cancellations used in connection with joint issues
  • Copies of older dual/mixed covers (as proof of joint issue) or copies of postal administration mail exchanges or administration reports about these joint issues
  • And finally, in general, any information on mixed FDC's (stamps from both countries involved on a same cover with local first day cancellations) and maxi-cards released by local postal administrations or privately produced in the past couple of years involving non-European countries. 
To send any information, please use the email address indicated in the Contact section on the left part of this window.

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