British Pobjoy Mint - Stamps Division
British Pobjoy Mint acts on behalf of a number of Postal Administrations to supply new issue postage stamps to stamp dealers in wholesale quantities on a worldwide basis.
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DUE FOR RELEASE 22nd OCTOBER 2021
TOURISM INCENTIVE RECOVERY PROGRAMME - (TRIP SCHEME)
The Falkland Islands Government (FIG) provided various support schemes for 2020/21 due to be designed specifically to mitigate the effects of the global pandemic on the Falkland Island tourism businesses, operators and employees. This set of stamps celebrates the places visited and captured on TRIP scheme funded staycations in 2020/21 by residents...
DUE FOR RELEASE 23rd SEPTEMBER 2021
His Royal Highness Prince Philip, The Duke of Edinburgh 1921 - 2021
The Tristan da Cunha community were saddened to learn of the death of Prince Philip on 9th April 2021 and sent their sincere condolences to HM Queen Elizabeth and other members of the Royal Family.
The Chief Islander of Tristan da Cunha, Councillor James Glass, led tributes from the British south Atlantic archipelago...
NEW RELEASE DUE 1st SEPTEMBER 2021
Ecosystems In Recovery - Whales
The waters around South Georgia & the South Sandwich Islands are safeguarded through a 1.24 million square kilometre Marine Protected Area (MPA). Biodiversity great and small is celebrated and conserved. However, this has not always been the case. During the 20th century over 170,000 whales were killed in South Georgia waters having an untold impact on the ecosystem as a whole. Whaling ended in South Georgia in the 1960s, but whales were rarely seen on this important feeding ground for the next 40 years.
NEW RELEASE JULY 29th 2021
The country’s Olympic heritage began in 1948, when it was still a British colony. The 1948 appearance was under the British flag. However, since then, Bahamian athletes have been present in every summer Games, competing for medals under the charter of a Bahamas Olympic Committee.
NEW RELEASE 14th JULY 2021
Sharks Part 2
45p - Bluntnose Sixgilled Shark - (Hexanchus griseus)
The Bluntnose Sixgill shark is the largest of the hexanchoid sharks growing to 20 ft (6m) in length and is often called cow shark. It is of ancient lineage, with more of its closest relatives being fossil sharks from the Triassic period than living today. It is found in tropical and temperate waters worldwide. This stout shark with six-gill slits has a short blunt snout, a broadly rounded mouth...
Pobjoy Family Crest
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