2023 U.N. Stamp Program
*Jan. 14, Chinese Lunar Calendar Year of the Rabbit. Pane of 10 $1.40 stamps with se-tenant labels. Linn’s, Nov. 14, page 10.
*March 3, Endangered Species. Three se-tenant blocks of four stamps each ($1.40, 1.50 francs, €1.20).
*March 5, Fifth United Nations Conference on the Least Developed Countries. Souvenir sheet with three stamps in three different currencies ($1.40, 2fr and €1.90).
*April 15, World Art Day. Six stamps (60¢, $1.40, 1.10fr, 2fr, €1, €1.90).
*May 5, Postal Stationery. Revalued €1.20 and €1.90 envelopes.
*May 21, International Tea Day. Pane of 10 1.50fr stamps with se-tenant labels.
*June 8, World Ocean Day. Six stamps (60¢, $1.40, 1.10fr, 2fr, €1.20, €1.90).
*July, Definitive/Don’t Choose Extinction. Single stamp in a pane of one.
*Sept. 9, World Heritage. Six stamps (60¢, $1.40, 1.10fr, 1.50fr, €1.20, €1.90) and three prestige booklets.
*Oct. 10, World Mental Health Day. Three stamps ($1.40, 2fr, €1.90) and a souvenir card.
*Nov. 6, United Nations Climate Change Conference. Three stamps ($1.40, 2fr, €1.90).
*Nov. 10, Definitive/Marie Curie. Single stamp.
INFORMATION FROM THE U.N. POSTAL ADMINISTRATION
United Nations stamps in U.S. denominations are valid for postage only if mailed at United Nations Headquarters in New York City.
Stamps in Swiss franc denominations are valid for postage only if mailed at the Palais des Nations, Geneva, Switzerland.
Stamps in euro denominations are valid for postage only if mailed at the Vienna International Centre, Austria.
*Asterisks precede entries with new or changed information. New/changed information is presented in bold italics.
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