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2022 U.N. Stamp Program

Dec 2, 2022, 11 AM
The United Nations Postal Administration issued a pane of 10 $1.30 stamps Feb. 22 featuring characters from DreamWorks Animation’s Trolls movie as part of a campaign to promote health and sustainability.

Jan. 14, Sports for Peace/Beijing Olympic Games. Six stamps, 58¢ ice hockey player and goaltender (Scott New York 1286), 58¢ three ice hockey players and puck (New York 1287), $1.30 snowboarder with yellow green vest (New York 1288), $1.30 snowboarder in air with orange vest (New York 1289); 1.10 francs feet of figure skater (Geneva 710), 1.10fr figure skaters (Geneva 711), 2fr four-man bobsled (Geneva 712), 2fr monobob (Geneva 713); €0.85 curler delivering stone (Vienna 687), €0.85 curling stones and brooms (Vienna 688), €1.80 skier in air (Vienna 689), €1.80 skier on snow (Vienna 690). Linn’s, Feb. 7, page 1. Scott New York 1264; Geneva 693; Vienna 669.

Jan. 21, Chinese Lunar Calendar Year of the Tiger. Pane of 10 $1.30 stamps with two designs, tiger facing right (Scott New York 1290), tiger facing left (1291), and se-tenant labels. Linn’s, Jan. 10, page 12.

Feb. 22, Trolls Food Heroes. Pane of 10 $1.30 stamps with five designs, Biggie, Mr. Dinkles, fruits and vegetables (Scott New York 1292), Guy Diamond, Tiny Diamond, fruits and vegetables (1293), poppy and vegetables (1294), branch, fruits and vegetables (1295), Prince Darnell, Cooper, fruits and vegetables (1296) and se-tenant labels. Linn’s, Feb. 14, page 13.

March 18, Endangered Species. Three se-tenant blocks of four stamps each ($1.30, 1.50fr, €1). Linn’s, March 14, page 14. Scott New York 1297-1300; Geneva 714-717; Vienna 691-694.

April 1, Definitive/Wangari Maathai. €0.85 stamp. Linn’s, March 28, page 17. Scott Vienna 695.

April 24, Planet Mars. Six stamps (58¢, $1.30, 1fr, 1.50fr, €0.85, €1) and three souvenir sheets ($1.30, 2fr, €1.80). Linn’s, May 23, page 14. Scott New York 1301-1303; Geneva 718-720; Vienna 696-698.

May 18, Postal Stationery. 58¢ postal envelope in two sizes, standard and large; and three envelopes (€0.85, €1 and €1.80). Linn’s, May 30, page 10. Scott New York U44-U45; Vienna U21-23.

June 3, World Bicycle Day. Pane of 10 1.50fr stamps with se-tenant labels. Linn’s, May 30, page 1. Scott Geneva 721.

July 20, World Chess Day. Pane of 10 €1 stamps with se-tenant labels. Linn’s, July 25, page 15. Scott Vienna 699.

Aug. 19, World Humanitarian Day. Three souvenir sheets, each with a single stamp ($1.40+50¢, 2fr+50c, €1.80+50c); and a souvenir card. Linn’s, Aug. 22, page 1. Scott New York B5; Geneva B4; Vienna B4.

Sept. 9, World Heritage/The Great Spa Towns of Europe. Six stamps (60¢, $1.40, 1.10fr, 1.50fr, €1, €1.80) and three prestige booklets (40¢, 58¢, 30 centimes, 50c, €0.35, €0.40). Linn’s, Aug. 29, page 1.

Oct. 9, Postal Stationery. Revalued 60¢ envelopes, standard and large. Linn’s, Oct. 31, page 21.

Nov. 1, 70th Anniversary of Guided Tours at U.N. Headquarters. Pane of 10 $1.40 stamps with se-tenant labels. Linn’s, Oct. 31, page 12.

Nov. 18, Crypto Stamps. Three souvenir sheets, each with a single stamp ($4.50, 3.80fr, €3.65.) Linn’s, Nov. 14, page 18.

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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