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New Issues 2001 (June - August)

This page collects only issues released during the year 2001 (period between June and August).  For issues to come (announced) see the latest information.

As it is not such obvious as it looks to find this information, this list is probably not yet complete. In certain countries, joint issues are often announced on the day of the issue and sometimes it takes months before this information and the corresponding stamps reach us. Data on missing issues or supplementary information, particularly for countries, which are producing joint issues exceptionally, will be highly appreciated.

Most recent update of this section on May 19, 2002.

 

2001 (10 June) - Belgium - Morocco
Philatelic exhibition Belgica 2001 - Twin issue
Religious monument: Basilica of Koekelberg, Mosquee of Casablanca
Two stamps per country - FDCs - Mixed FDCs - Special mixed card from Belgium

2001 (12 June) - Belgium - China
Philatelic exhibition Belgica 2001 - Twin issue
Pottery and porcelain.
Two stamps per country - FDCs - Mixed FDCs - Special mixed card from Belgium

2001 (21 June) - Mexico - USA
Frida Kahlo. Twin issue.
Identical stamps. Portrait of the painter.
One stamp per country - FDC - Special leaflet First Day for Mexico - Mixed first day cover

2001 (23 June) - Italy - San Marino
1700 years of San Marino - Joint issue
Stamps are different. pictures of the Mount Titano castel.
Stamps - FDCs

2001 (25 June) - Australia - Hong-Kong
Dragon boat race - Tue Ng festival
- Twin issue
Dragon boats in front of the Hong Kong Convention Center and the Sydney Opera House.
Two stamps per country - Miniature sheet including both stamps - FDCs - Maxi cards - Mixed FDCs.

2001 (14 July) - China - Hong Kong - Macau
Beijing 2008 - Olympic games - Twin issue
Symbols. Identical stamps for all three countries. Note: labels on stamps from sheets are different from stamps from miniature sheets. The three mini-sheets have also been printed together in a large single pane containing all three countries' stamps.
Stamps with label - Mini panes - Mixed souvenir packs - Siamese souvenir pack - FDCs

2001 (18 July) - New Caledonia - Vanuatu
Whales. Joint issue.
Different representations of whales.
Stamps: New Caledonia, 2 stamps se-tenant with a central label; Vanuatu, souvenir sheet in form of whales containing three different stamps - FDCs - Mixed FDC with single cancellation from Vanuatu

2001 (7 August) - Brazil (31 August) - South Africa (7 August)
World Conference against Racism, Durban (31 August to 7 September. Joint issue.
Identical stamps. Symbol of the conference; "Tolerance and Diversity"; each stamp includes the inscription in English or one of the following official South African languages: Zulu, Swati, Xhosa, Tswana, Southern Sotho, Northern Sotho, Ndebele, Tsonga, Venda and Africaans. The text of the Brazilian stamp is of course in Portuguese. Multi-colored.
Stamps (Brazil one; South Africa one + 10 slightly different) - FDC - maxi cards

2001 (16 August) - Australia - Sweden
Twin issue - Daniel Solander, botanist. Twin issue
Two identical stamps for each country. Portrait of the botanist and flowers.
Stamps - FDC's - Mixed FDCs - Special folder for Sweden - Maxi cards.


 

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