These iconic stamps, issued during the mid-19th century, are renowned for their intricate design, limited production, and lasting value.

The "Treskilling" Yellow also known as the three schilling banco error of color is a Swedish postage stamp of which only one stamp is known to exist.

The Benjamin Franklin Z-Grill stamp is a remarkable piece of American history and a testament to the skill and artistry of the engravers and printers who created it.

The stamp gets its name from the fact that the central image of a Curtiss JN-4 biplane was accidentally printed upside-down, making it a highly sought-after item among stamp collectors.

The Two Penny Blue stamp is an iconic postage stamp from the United Kingdom that was issued in 1840, just a few months after the famous Penny Black stamp.

Early history tells of courier systems among the Persians, the Romans, and the Incas of South America, organized for the sole purpose of governmental communication. There was then no provision for the ordinary citizen.

The Basel Dove is a notable stamp issued by the Swiss canton of Basel on 1 July 1845 with a value of 2½-rappen. It was the first tricolor stamp in the world and the only postage stamp issued by Basel. At the time each canton was responsible for its own postal service.

The US postage stamps are unique and interesting. The history and the evolution of these US postage stamps are as rich and colorful as the stamps themselves.

No doubt you have set aside some American stamps that caught your fancy and you want to have more.

Being a dynamic philatelist as you are, you go out and seek new stamps to increase your postage stamps collection.

When the US postal service was formalized, they began to issue the official US stamps.

Knowing the postal services history is the best weapon in collecting stamps. Stamps are elements used since writing evolved.

Canada’s postal history not only defines North American philately, it also traces its roots to France and Great Britain.

Indian philately is as vast as the Indian subcontinent and as eclectic as its culture. Indian stamp collecting has always been a favorite among philatelists because of its fascinating history rooted in its ethnic and colonial influences.

Stamp collectors and enthusiasts hold a special place in their hearts for the stamps of Great Britain. This, after all, is the nation where the postage stamp was invented.

The history of the German post and the history of stamps in Germany are closely linked to its political history.

Chinese stamps are linked strongly to the opulent history of China, and the various transformations that have taken place in government over the centuries.