Rare Australian Decimal Stamp Variations

By David Mallen

Here are some of the decimal stamps that are hard to find – if they exist at all ! The personalised “Stamplet” This digitally-printed 55 x 55mm ‘minisheet’ containing a single 60c National Service Memorial


Nicaragua: the First Airmail Stamps

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Stamps of Estonia: Deadly Firecap Mushrooms (2014)

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The deadly fibrecap (Inocybe erubescens) is very poisonous, containing muscarine. The poison does not disappear even after scalding or drying. Quite soon after eating the

Stamps of Nejd: The First Issues (1925)

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Nejd was a former sultanate in Central Arabia, which first issued its own stamps in 1925. Nejd's capital city Riyadh, later the capital of Saudi

Map of German Conquests in World War Two (1942)

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This map shows the extent of German conquests during World War Two (shown in blue). Courtesy of Wikipedia.

Stamps of New Guinea: George V Jubilee (1935)

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This set of two stamps was issued to celebrate the Silver Jubilee of King George V's reign (1910-1935) They were recess printed by J. Ash

Stamps of Mexico: Airmail Issue (1922)

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This 50c. claret and blue stamp , issued in 1922, was only used for a single aerial postal attempt, which took place between Mexico and

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