Gutter strip 10 x $1 Flowering Gum stamps
The gutter strip consists of 10 x $1 Flowering Gum stamps from the Love to Celebrate stamp issueRead more
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The gutter strip consists of 10 x $1 stamps from the Love to Celebrate stamp issue, five on either side of the blank strip separating the two panes of a stamp sheet.
This new issue in the Special Occasions stamp series offers 10 fresh designs for dressing up your mail. Express your love through stamps ranging from a contemporary graphic approach to a more restrained traditional design. Love to Celebrate features stamps relevant to diverse occasions, such as an engagement, anniversary, a wedding, birth, birthday or graduation. The designs are also suitable for postage relating to more general occasions or for sending a simple message of affection.
Through the Personalised Stamps™ service, you can make your mark by featuring your own photograph in the stamp tab. The Australia, gum and wattle designs can also be used in souvenir stamp sheets, popular with commercial, sporting and other organisations celebrating a notable event.
- Issue date: 25 January 2016
- Issue withdrawal date: tba
- FDI withdrawal date: 23 February 2016
- Denominations: 9 x $1, 1 x $2
- Stamp and product design: Sierra Delta
- Printer: Egotrade Pty Ltd
- Paper gummed: Tullis Russell Red Phos
- Paper self-adhesive: Raflatac 185
- Printing process: Offeset lithography
- Stamp size: 26mm x 37.5mm
- Sheetlet size: 136mm x 128mm
- Perforations: 14.6 x 13.86
- Sheet layout: Module of 50
- FDI postmark: Melbourne, Vic 3000
A new Australia Post philatelic website has been launched to provide stamp collectors and Philatelic enthusiasts with a central source of information for Philatelic news, views and events from across Australia and the rest of the World.
The collectables site will be home to a whole host of content including: Australia Post Philatelic news, updates on new collection launches, a look back at past and popular stamp releases and national/international event listings.
Collectors are being encouraged to contribute to the site’s content and demonstrate their passion for the hobby by submitting guest articles that enable them to showcase their collections, give their views on stamp launches both new and old, and/or offer expert advice in specialist areas of Philately.
A photo gallery is also housed on the site and will host images of Australia Post stamps, as well as offering enthusiasts the opportunity to upload their own images and publicly display their favourite, unusual and treasured stamps.
The gallery is linked to the new Australia Post Philatelic Instagram account, which is one of three Philatelic social media channels, which now includes Facebook, as well as the existing Twitter account.
Website visitors who also sign up to receive the Australia Post Philatelic newsletter will be sent a regular email, giving readers an insight into the latest news that can be found in full on the collectables site.