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The Faroe Islands post office commemorates the 2015 total solar eclipse on the islands with two stamps.
Martin Ramirez, a self taught artist who for more than thirty years produced his work whilst a psychiatric hospital patient, is to be honoured in a new set of stamps from United States Postal Service.
The design for Britain’s brand new £1 coin has been revealed by UK Chancellor George Osborne.
The Isle of Man has issued a Crown coin to mark the fiftieth anniversary of the death of Sir Winston Churchill.
The copper printing plate for the famous 1847 'POST OFFICE' 1d and 2d stamps has been found after 80 years and will be displayed at LONDON 2015 in May.
New Zealand Post marks the centenary of The Australian and New Zealand Army Corps's participation in the World War One Gallipoli campaign, with a set of stamps.
The Royal Mint has revealed the fifth coin portrait of Her Majesty the Queen, and details of the winning coin designer - the first Royal Mint engraver chosen to create a definitive royal coinage portrait in over 100 years.
Australia celebrates the history of four of its most celebrated clipper ships in a new issue of four stamps.
A group of scarce 1882 Chinese 5-candarin Imperial Dragon stamps, thought to be worth at least £250,000, have been discovered in an attic in the Cotswolds, snapped up at auction by British stamp dealer Allan Grant of Rushstamps, and are now set to be sold in Hong Kong.