| New Issues 2001 (September
This page collects only issues released during
the year 2001 (period between September and October).
For issues to come (announced) see the latest
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 November
23 , 2003.
2001 (3 September) - Georgia - Israel
Poet and religion. Joint issue.
One stamp per country - FDC - Mixed FDC
2001 (15 September) - Estonia - Latvia - Lithuania
Baltic cooperation. Twin issue.
Baltic coastal landscapes.
3 stamps and a miniature sheet per country - FDCs
2001 (20 September) Singapore - Switzerland
Cooperation between both countries. Twin
Flowers. Bloc of four stamps representing two typical flowers
from Switzerland and two from Singapore
Stamps - FDCs - Mixed FDCs - Special First Day cards for
Switzerland - Maxi cards
2001 (26 September) - Armenia - Russia
Ivan Lazarev. One stamp per country - Twin
Stamps - FDCs
2001 (9 October)
Albania (6 October) - Algeria (9 October) - Anguilla
(9 October) - Armenia (9 October) - Bangladesh (13 July and
24 October) - Brazil (9 October) - Brunei (9 October) - Bulgaria
(9 October) - Cape Verde (9 October) - Colombia (9 October)
- Croatia (9 October) - Cuba (9 October) - Czech Republic
(9 October) - Dominican Republic () - Egypt (9 October) -
Equatorial Guinea (2001 or 2003) - Ethiopia (9 October) -
French Polynesia (9 October) - Georgia (1 September 2002)
- Indonesia (9 October) - Iran (9 October) - Ivory Coast (9
October) - Jordan (15 November) - Kazakhstan (9 October) -
Kuwait (9 October) - Kyrgysztan (14 April) - Macedonia (9
October) - Madagascar (9 October) - Mexico (9 October) - Moldavia
(9 October) - Mongolia (20 December) - Nepal (28 December)
- Nigeria (9 October) - Oman (9 October) - Pakistan (9 October)
- Peru (16 May 2002) - Philippines (24 October) - Poland (9
October) - Qatar (9 October) - Romania (9 October) - Russia
(9 October) - San Marino (10 September) - Saudi Arabia (1
July 2003) - Senegal (2002) - Slovenia (21 September) - South
Korea (9 October) - Spain (9 October) - Sri Lanka (9 October)
- Sudan (31 January 2002) - Uganda (16 November) - Ukraine
(9 October) - United Arab Emirates (9 October) - Uruguay (23
October) - Vatican (22 May) - Vietnam (9 October) - Wallis
and Futuna (9 October) - Zimbabwe (16 October)
United Nations international year for the dialogue between
civilizations. Omnibus series initiated by the UPU. Twin
Same common design showing four stylized children around the
One to five stamps per country - FDCs
Same date (9 October), different design: Aruba -
Bosnia-Herzegovina - Portugal - Tanzania - Tunisia
Different date, different design: Belarus (5 September)
- Morocco (14 December) - New Caledonia (19 September)- Saudi
Arabia (30 June 2003)
2001 (11 October) - Hungary - Slovakia
Bridge over the Danube. One stamp per country, different -
Stamps - FDCs
2001 (12 October) - China - Egypt
Masks. Twin issue.
Tutankhamen - San Xing Dui. Two stamps per country.
Stamps - FDCs - Mixed FDCs