How much are Australian stamps in 2021?
Australia Post will now increase the price of mailing a letter from $1 to $1.10 for ordinary letters.
How can you tell if a stamp is Australian?
You need to match the illustration in the catalogue with the stamp that you have, then check its given value and colour. In specialist catalogues you will need to identify your stamp’s watermark, its perforations, and overprints (if any). That way you can accurately identify it.
What is a definitive issue stamp?
A definitive stamp is a postage stamp that is part of the regular issue of a country’s stamps, available for sale by the post office for an extended period of time and designed to serve the everyday postal needs of the country.
Can I still use $1 stamps in 2021 Australia?
The price of posting a letter in Australia is set to rise by ten cents after the Australian Competition and Consumer Commission (ACCC) decided not to object to the increase. Australia Post will now increase the price of mailing a letter from $1 to $1.10 for ordinary letters.
Where can I find more information about Australia Post stamps?
From the first ‘Roos’ Kangaroo issues of 1913, Australia has been one of the most popular of all stamp issuing nations. The Australia Post site offers collectors a wealth of information, including recent issues broken down by topics such as Heritage, Military, Sports and Nature; Gifts and Collections; and Coins and Metallics.
What are Australia’s native animals stamps?
On January 13 Australia Post issued a set of Native Animals stamps that feature five Australian marsupials and one monotreme that are popular with locals and tourists. Monotremes are mammals that lay eggs instead of giving birth to live young.
What’s included in the Stamp&Coin collectable?
A separate Stamp & Coin Collectable’s section includes the latest editions of Australia’s Stamp Bulletin, the free Stamp Explorer e-newsletter, a record of past, current and upcoming stamp issues, Stamp Poll information, answers to stamp related questions, and studies going as far back as the 1882 Queensland Chalon Head.
What is the year of the goat stamp?
— January 8, 2015 To celebrate the Year of the Goat, Australia Post is releasing a Christmas Island Lunar New Year stamp issue featuring the Chinese character for the goat, shown in the $2.10 stamp, and its pictorial representation, shown in the 70¢ stamp. The Goat (or Sheep) is the eighth sign in the Chinese Zodiac and symbolizes independence.