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New Issues 2007 (September - December)

This page collects only issues released during the year 2007, period September to December 

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 25, 2012.

2007 (September 1)
Belgium - Luxembourg
Luxembourg and Greater Region as 2007 European Culture capital. Twin issue [T1].
Two stamps for each country, only one is similar. A, landscape, sepulture of the Giant, meander of the Semois river, Botassart (Belgium); B, central station of Luxembourg, rotunda (1875); C, series of characters in four colors, transborderism at the cultural, geographical and intellectual levels representing the four countries of the Greater Region: B (Belgium), D (Germany), F (France), L (Luxembourg). Multicolored. Pre-sale on September 1, 2007.
Two stamps per country - miniature sheets with 10 stamps - FDCs - mixed FDC - Official Belgium mixed card


2007 (September 3)
Guatemala (September 7) - Uruguay (September 3)
100 years of diplomatic relationship. Twin issue [T1].
Identical pair of stamps. Historic sites on the UNESCO's World Heritage list: Arco de Santa Catarina (1694) in Antigua, former capital city of Guatemala; city gate of Colonia del Sacramento on the Rio del Plata in Uruguay (city founded in 1678). Multicolored.
Two stamps per country - FDCs


2007 (September 3)
Luxembourg - Romania

Culture capital towns: Luxembourg and Sibiu (Hermannstadt in German). Parallel issue [P1].
One stamp per country. Both stamps represent the same building "Casa Luxemburg din Sibiu", but one is a photograph (Luxembourg) and the other a drawing (Romania). Multicolored.
One stamp per country - souvenir sheet for Romania - FDCs - mixed FDC


2007 (September 6)
Moldova - Ukraine

Protection of the environment - Dniester River. Twin issue [T1].
Two stamps per country, presented in a strip with central label. Fishes; A, Sturgeon (Acipenser gueldenstaedtii); B, Perch (Zingel zingel); central label, river map and flags of both countries. Multicolored.
Two stamps and label - FDCs


2007 (September 6)
Switzerland UPU - United Nations (Geneva) - United Nations (New York) - United Nations (Vienna)

Universal Postal Union UPU - Humanitarian mail. Twin issue [T1].
Identical design, different colors. Flying postman with cover, raised hands. Multicolored.
One stamp per country or office - FDCs - mixed FDC



2007 (September 7)
Austria - Serbia

Sea Eagle. Fauna on the Danube. Twin issue
Identical stamps. Sea eagle (Haliaeetus albicilla); the miniature sheets are made of 8 stamps surrounding a central label showing a landscape with text "DONAU | FAUNA" or "DAUNAUSKA | FAUNA". Multicolored.
One stamp per country - miniature sheet with one label for 8 stamps - FDCs - mixed FDC

 


2007 (September 19)
Japan (September 19) - Thailand (September 26)

120 years of diplomatic relations. Twin issue [T1].
One souvenir sheet per country, with 10 (Japan) or 8 (Thailand) different stamps, but four of them are identical. Identical stamps: A, cherry blossom; B, orchid (Rhynchostylis gigantea) ; C, silver elephant; D, female Thai dancer; different stamps: Japan: E, bamboo and maple leaves; F, yellow Ratchaphruek flowers (golden shower tree); G, silver flower; H, Buddha; I, stylized elephant; J, stylized elephant; Thailand: K, divinity; L, Wat Phra Kaew (temple of the Emerald Buddha) temple in Bangkok; M, dragon embroidery from Japan; N, Kabuki dancer. Multicolored.
One souvenir sheet per country - FDCs


2007 (September 26)
Korea (North) - Russia

Flora. Twin issue [T1].
Four stamps in a souvenir sheet for each country. Flowers; A, gladiola (Gladiolus gandavensis); B, Iris (Iris ensata); C, rose (Rosa hybrida); D, lotus (Nelumbo nucifera). Multicolored.
Bloc of 4 stamps in a souvenir sheet - FDCs

 


2007 (September 26)
Morocco - Portugal

Historical relationship between both countries; Buildings. Twin issue [T1].
Two stamps per country, A, El Kamra (Meganem) tower, Assilah, near Tangier (1509); B, Silves castle also known as the Moorish castle, Algarve region, built between 8th and 13th century. Multicolored.
Two stamps per country - FDCs

 


2007 (October 1)

Aland - Faeroe Islands - Gibraltar - Greenland - Guernsey - Iceland - Isle of Man - Jersey - Liechtenstein - Malta - Monaco

Small European Postal Administration Cooperation (SEPAC) issue (11 countries; Luxemburg and San Marino declined participation). Nature of beautiful corners of Europe. Parallel issue [P1].

One stamp per country, specific for each one. Aland, Kjusan area, Hammarland; Faeroe Islands, landscape, Hoyvik, Streymoy Island; Gibraltar, landscape of rock of Gibraltar; Greenland, landscape, mountain; Guernsey, Point Robert lighthouse, island of Sark; Iceland, Selfoss waterfall in the Jökulsá á Fjöllum; Isle of Man, old time ploughing, championship 2007; Jersey, Bonne Nuit Harbour; Liechtenstein, full landscape picture of the country; Malta, village of Qrendi, farmhouse and windmill; Monaco, harbour. A special common folder containing all issued stamps from all 11 countries (one stamp at international standard rate per country) was also available by October 1, 2007. Multicolored.

One or two stamps per country - FDCs - mixed folder with all mint stamps


2007 (October 3)

Belarus - Lithuania

Cepkelai nature reserve and the Kotra River. Twin issue [T1].

Identical stamps. Two stamps forming a triplet with a central label; A, Great snipe (Gallinago media); B, Corn crake (Crex crex); label shows both birds and a map of the area. Multicolored.

Strip of two stamps with central label per country - FDCs - mixed FDC


2007 (October 9)

Botswana - Malawi - Namibia - Zambia - Zimbabwe

SAPOA issue. Wildlife. Twin issue [T1].

Identical stamps in a souvenir sheet size 135x170mm. Botswana's Burchell's zebra (Equus quagga burchelli); Malawi's Nyala antelope (Tragelaphus angasii); Namibia's Oryx antelope (Oryx gazella); Zambia's African buffalo (Syncerus caffer); Zimbabwe's Nyala antelope (Tragelaphus angasii). Some countries issued two forms of souvenir sheets, with title and country names either in silver or in gold; souvenir sheet size: 135x170mm. Multicolored.

One souvenir sheet with 5 stamps per country - Some country issued souvenir sheet with silver imprint - FDCs


2007 (November 2)

Finland - Hong Kong

Fine woodwork. Twin issue [T1].

Identical souvenir sheets with 2 stamps. A, Zitan armchair with dragon design, Qing Dynasty (1644-1911); B, oval bowls of the 2000s, Betula pendula/carelica, from Markku Kosonen. Multicolored.

One miniature sheet with two stamps per country - two stamps (Hong Kong only) - FDCs - mixed FDC




2007 (November 8)

France - Greenland

Arctic expeditions; ship "Pourquoi Pas?", Paul Emile Victor and Jean-Baptiste Charcot. Twin issue [T1].

One identical stamp (A) representing the ship "Pourquoi Pas?" in the ice. France issued another stamp (B) representing Charcot (1867-1936), while Greenland issued a stamp (C) representing Paul Emile Victor (1907-1995). Multicolored.

One or two stamps per country - Miniature sheet (Greenland) - FDC - mixed FDC - mixed folder with mint stamps




2007 (November 8)

Germany - Sweden

Astrid Lindgren centenary. Twin issue [T1].

Identical stamp. Portrait of Astrid Lindgren (1907-2002), children book heroes "Michel from Lönneberga". The Swedish stamp is part of a souvenir sheet showing also Astrid Lindgren with another hero of her stories, Pippi Langstrumpf (Longsocks). Multicolored.

One stamp (Germany) or one souvenir sheet (Sweden) with same stamp - FDCs - mixed FDC




2007 (November 14)

Romania - Serbia

Danubian harbours and ships. Twin issue [T1].

Two stamps for each country, as well as one souvenir sheet containing two other stamps and booklets (200 samples). Harbours of Orsova (Romania) and Novi Sad (Serbia): passenger ships Orsova and Sirona. Labels are attached to the right side of the Romanian miniature sheets (5 labels for 10 stamps). Multicolored.

Two stamps and one miniature sheet per country - FDCs - mixed FDC



2007 (November 20)

Malta - Vatican

Christmas. Twin issue [T1].

Identical stamps. Work by the painter Giuseppe Cali (1846-1930), of Napolitan origin, but born and deceased in La Valletta (Malta). The painting of the Nativity is found at the parish church of Luga. Multicolored.

Three stamps per country - FDCs


2007 (November 22)

China (PR) - Mexico

Mountains. Twin issue [T1].

Identical stamps. Mountains Popocatepetl (5286m) and Mount Gongga (7556m). Multicolored.

Two stamps per country - FDCs - mixed FDC


2007 (December 14)

Armenia - Greece

Gods and Goddesses. Twin issue [T1].

Identical stamps. A, Aphrodite, part of the sculpture Aphrodite, Pan and Eros, 100 BC, found near Delos; B, Copperhead of the Goddess Anahit, 400 BC, found near Satagh. Multicolored.

Two stamps per country - FDCs


 

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