New Issues 2007
(May - August)
This page collects only issues released during
the year 2007, period May to August.
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 August 4 , 2011.
2007 (May 1)
Austria - Netherlands
Spring issue in form of a sheet of 10 different stamps
[2x5] for each country with labels that were supposed to contain
five different type flower seeds. It appeared that these seeds
(at least in Austrian tests) never succeeded in growing and
although the sheets were printed, the Austrian Post withdraws
the project. Initially scheduled to be released in March 2007,
only the Netherlands did put their miniature sheet on the
market by May 1, with seeds! Printed 550,000 sheets. Aborted
series [N1] from a twin issues.
2007 (May 9)
Åland (May 9) - Albania () - Andorra (French) (May 5) - Andorra
(Spanish) (April 23) - Armenia () - Austria (June 16) - Azerbaijan
(April 2) - Azores (May 9) - Belarus (May 3) - Belgium (April
30) - Bosnia Herzegovina (February 15) - Bosnia Herzegovina
(Croatia) (April 5) - Bosnia Herzegovina (Serbia) (May 3)
- Bulgaria (May) - Croatia (May 9) - Cyprus (May 3) - Czech
Republic (May 9) - Denmark (June 6) - Estonia (May 3) - Faeroe
(April 10) - Finland (May 9) - France (May 2) - Georgia ()
- Germany (May 3) - Gibraltar (June 30) - Great Britain (July
26) - Greece () - Greenland (January 15) - Guernsey (May 23)
- Hungary (May 9) - Iceland (May 24) - Ireland (May 9) - Italy
(April 23) - Jersey (March 6) - Kazakhstan (May 8) - Kosovo
() - Latvia (28 April) - Liechtenstein (March 5) - Lithuania
(April 14) - Luxembourg (May 22) - Macedonia (May 9) - Madeira
(May 9) - Malta () - Man (February 22) - Moldavia (May 8)
- Monaco (May 4) - Montenegro (April 20) - Norway (June 15)
- Poland (May 1) - Portugal (May 9) - Romania (May 3) - Russia
(April 20) - San Marino (June 2) - Serbian Republic and Montenegro
() - Slovakia (May 2) - Slovenia (March 23) - Spain (April
23) - Sweden (March 22) - Switzerland (May 10) - Turkey (May
9) - Turkish Cyprus (May 4) - Ukraine (April 14) - Vatican
Europa 2007. Topic: Scouting. One to three stamps per country.
2007 (May 22)
Armenia - France
Year of Armenia in France. Twin issue [T1].
Identical stamps. Manuscript miniature, nativity from 1460;
cathedral of Reims, the Smiling Angel. Multicolored.
2007 (May 25)
Ascension - Falkland
25th anniversary of the war between Argentina and Great Britain
Souvenir sheets with different stamps, but sheets are overlapping
to create a large picture
2007 (June 28)
Greece (June 28) - Spain (September 13)
Mediterranean archaelogy. Concerted issue [C1]
Identicial miniature sheets containing each two stamps. Aesculapius
statue, Museaum of Ampura, Spain and bust of Aesculapius,
National Archeological Museum, Athens, Greece. Multicolored.
2007 (July 1)
China (PR) - Hong Kong (China)
10th aniversary of the return of Nong Kong to China (1997-2007).
Siamese issue [SD]
One identical stamp for each country, released in panes but
also together in a common souvenir sheet with two supplementary
stamps released by China only. Festivity (common stamp - 6
meters high sculpture offered by China to commemorate the
reunification of 1997, entitled Forever blooming Bauhinia,
the sculpture is depicted in front of the national and regional
flag with doves flying around; the bauhinia is the emblematic
flower of Hong Kong also featured on the reagional flag),
prosperity and cooperation. Multicolored.
2007 (July 4)
Brazil - Uruguay
Bicentennial of the birthday of Giuseppe Garibaldi (1807 -
1882). Twin issue [T1]
Two identical stamps. A, Garibaldi on horseback with the green,
red and yellow flag of the short-lived Piratini Republic;
at right is the Seiva, one of the two ships built and used
during the battele of Laguna, in Santa Catarina;B, portrait
of Garibaldi with the colors of the Italian flag and a frigate,
recalling that Garibaldi was commander of the Uruguayan navy.
Stamps are printed in panes in which the left part is made
of stamp A and the right part of stamp B, leading two a single
column of se-tenant pairs for each country: 5 pairs of se-tenant
stamps per pane of 30 stamps for Brazil, 7 pairs of se-tenant
stamps per pane of 28 stamps for Uruguay. Multicolored.
2007 (July 9)
Bahamas (July 9) - Bermuda (August 23) - Cayman (July 9) -
Fiji (July 9) - Jamaica (July 9) - Saint Helena (July 9) -
Saint Lucia (August 20) - Tristan da Cunha (July 9)
Centenary of the scouting movement. Souvenir sheets with
two stamps. Parallel Omnibus issue [PO]
2007 (July 12)
Germany - Latvia
UNESCO World heritage: Stralsund, Wismar and Riga, cities
former members of the Hanseatic Leauge. Twin issue [T1]
Identical stamps. A, city Hall of Stralsund, St George's church
in Wismar, seals of both cities; B, House of Blackheads, Riga.
2007 (August 8)
Brunei - Cambodia - Indonesia - Laos - Malaysia - Myanmar
- Philippines - Singapore - Thailand - Vietnam
40th anniversary of the ASEAN. Twin issue [T1]
Series of 10 different stamps, identical for each country.
2007 (August 10)
Peru - Portugal
Anniversary of Portuguese Peruvian architect and painter Raul Maria Pereira (1877-1933). Twin issue [T1].
One stamp per country. Portrait of Raul Maria Pereira, main Post office building at Lima, Peru. Multicolored.
2007 (August 24)
San Marino - Slovakia
Friendship issue; castles, Rocks of Liberty. Twin issue [T1].
Identical stamps. Orava castle, Arwaburg (Oravský Podzámok), 13th century, Slovakia and Guiata Tower (La Rocca), San Marino, the oldest of the tree towers of Monte Titano, 11th century. Multicolored.