In many ways Newfoundland is a most exciting philatelic area. Some of the classic issues are rarities (many have unfortunately been forged). Later issues frequently have most interesting designs featuring Newfoundland's history, natural surroundings and economic activities. The colony's strong ties with Great Britain and its royal family are also reflected on numerous stamps.
To add a special touch to Valentine’s Day, the Postal Service dedicated two stamps for couples planning to step up to the altar.
The US Postal Service releases a special stamp from the Black Heritage series honouring architect and educator Robert Robinson Taylor.
I rather like Air Mail stamps of the world, used on airmail covers (of course), which logically is why they were issued. The sight of the familiar blue and red bordered airmail envelope emits a subliminal message, evoking images of distant, beckoning, exotic places. For me, at least.