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05 Jun 2019  Wed

On 27th May at the Moncton Garrison, the Royal Canadian Mint revealed the designs of standard and colourful versions of the circulating commemorative $2 coins to observe the 75th anniversary of D-Day. Moncton Garrison is the ...

01 Jun 2019  Sat

On 17th June, Canada Post is going to issue a booklet, a souvenir sheet and postal cards with four non-denominated permanent stamps depicting four historic covered bridges. Every stamp in the set shows a photo of the bridge, ...

30 May 2019  Thu

Canada had released a new $10 banknote in November 2018 featuring a portrait of Viola Desmond. For the very first time, a Canadian note featured a portrait of a woman not belonging to a royal family. Viola Desmond also becam...

23 May 2019  Thu

The Global Philatelic Network is organising three public auctions. Two of them will be held on 1st June at the Stockholmia 2019 stamp show and exhibition in Stockholm, Sweden. The third one will be held on 8th June at the Hot...

21 May 2019  Tue

The UNPA will be releasing three souvenir sheets featuring bees and flowers on 20th May to celebrate World Bee Day. The $3 stamp on the souvenir sheet for use from the post office at U.N. headquarters in New York City feature...

20 May 2019  Mon

Canada released a Proof .9999 fine silver $30 coin with a uniquely shaped anchor-chain rim to celebrate the 60th anniversary of St. Lawrence Seaway. Designed by Artist Claire Watson and engraved by Howard Lam, the coin shows ...

13 May 2019  Mon

The 44th Napex stamp show will be organised by National Philatelic Exhibitions of Washington D.C. from 7th to 9th June at Hilton McLean Tysons Corner, 7920 Jones Branch Drive, McLean, Va. 69 dealers from the US, Canada and th...

07 May 2019  Tue

The new Canadian $10 banknote won International Bank Note Society's Banknote of the Year award for 2018. Swiss notes had won this award for two consecutive years before this. A 200-franc note from Switzerland featuring a rais...

03 May 2019  Fri

A baseball shape stamp was issued by the Canada Post for the amateur Japanese-Canadian baseball team that helped remove racial barrier through sports. This stamp illustrates the baseball and features the 1940 Asahi team pho...

03 May 2019  Fri

The first American demand notes of 1861 were called “greenbacks” because they featured a green ink on the reverse side to curb counterfeiting activities. The same technique was also used to produce the first legal tender ...

03 May 2019  Fri

On 23rd April, a ceremonial event was held in Toronto to launch a new Canadian circulation commemorative $1 coin to observe the 50th anniversary of Canada’s 1969 Act of Parliament which decriminalized homosexual acts betwee...

02 May 2019  Thu

Canada Post will be issuing two non-denominated self-adhesive stamps featuring endangered freshwater turtles - the spotted turtle and Blanding’s turtle, on May 23, World Turtle Day. These are permanent stamps and feature th...

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