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The United States Postal Service has revealed the designs of their seasonal stamps which feature characters from Charles Schulz’s popular comic strip Peanuts, including Charlie Brown and Snoopy.
A campaign to have the late wartime hero Sir Nicholas Winton, known as ‘Britain’s Schindler’, honoured on a British stamp has succeeded with Royal Mail confirming that they will issue a stamp in 2016.
A top-secret Second World War operation to move thousands of tons of gold out of Europe to the safety of Canada is commemorated by a new coin set issued by The London Mint Office. Codenamed Operation Fish, the covert project marks its 75th anniversary this year.
Malta Post has issued three stamps which form series III of its Maritime Malta series looking at the island's maritime history.
Start your wine-themed stamp collection with our guide to five top wine-related stamps issued over the years.
The host nation of the 2015 Netball World Cup has issued a special stamp to mark the tournament.
For the first time in its 500-year history, Royal Mail is to issue a postmark featuring an arts festival.
The world’s oldest post office in Sanquhar, Dumfries and Galloway, recently reopened thanks to the hard work of a keen philatelist and postal historian who is now serving postmaster and planning to open a postal museum on the premises.
Canada Post have been forced to withdraw and destroy thousands of recently issued UNESCO World Heritage Sites stamps following the discovery that the $1.20 stamp shows the wrong location.