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The plight of the critically endangered Hawksbill Turtle is highlighted by New Zealand Mint, who are to issue a 1oz $2 silver coin featuring the species.
The centenary of Canada's Regiment de Hull, established at the outbreak of World War One, is commemorated by a souvenir envelope.
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A part-time post has arisen for a Coin Buyer/Advisor who has an in-depth knowledge of nineteenth and twentieth-century British coins and experience of buying coins at competitive prices. Hours and remuneration will be subject to mutual agreement.
The forthcoming Stampex event, to be held at the Business Design Centre in Islington, London, between 17 and 20 September, will have a ‘seaside’ theme, with a special stamp sheet and free postcard showing the best of the British coast.
The Royal Canadian Mint's latest gold and silver coins celebrate four generations of Britain's royal family.
Classic saloon cars of the 1920s to 1940s are featured on a new stamp set from Lichtenstein Post.
Swedish artist Maja Lindberg has made her debut with Aland Post with a commission for a postal stationery issue on the theme of autumn.
The Post Office of the Bahamas is to celebrate two landmark underwater achievements with four special stamps.