ATM labels of Australia featuring the definitive issue were issued on 22 Feb 1984. This is the First ATM Label/Stamp of Australia issued to mark the introduction of Vending Machine Postage Labels. A First Day cover with a 00.30 cents ATM label postmarked Canberra ACT is listed. The four digit code 2601 on the ATM represents the Canberra ACT main state office. The design on the label is known as the “Barred Edge” issue.
ATM labels of the USA with US Flag were issued on 01 Apr 2014. No value indicator Forever stamps printed by Thermographic relief. Sold for 49 cents on the day of issue, the serial number begins with a letter.
ATM labels of Switzerland featuring Swiss National Flag were first issued on 06 Sep 2005. They are imperforate printed by Offset Lithography and Flexography. Printed by Eitex AG, Zollikofen Flexoprinting in four colours ATM labels of different values are shown.
Gibraltar brought out joint issue miniature sheet with San Marino on theme Tourism on 30 Jun 2010. The MS contains four stamps. The stamps feature Castles and tourist places in two countries. All stamps are of 75 p denomination.
Battle of Vimy Ridge – Miniature Sheet France 2017.
The Battle of Vimy Ridge was part of Battle of Arras in Nord-Pas-de-Calais region of France during First World War. Four divisions of the Canadian Corps in First Army fought against three divisions of The German Sixth Army from 09 Apr to 12 Apr 1917.
A Miniature sheet was issued by France containing two stamps to commemorate the Centenary of Battle of Vimy on 10 Apr 2017.
0.85 Euro- Walter Allward’s Vimy Monument at Vimy France inaugurated by King Edward VIII on 26 July 1936. Walter Allward was a Canadian Sculptor
1.30 Euro – Flags of Canada and France and Canada Bereft Monument. Figure mourning its fallen heroes.
Stamps on 2007 Cricket World Cup – Cricket Philately.
The 2019 Cricket World Cup starts tomorrow with hosts England Taking on South Africa in the first match. The 2007 Cricket World Cup was held in the West Indies from 13 Mar to 28 April 2007. Apart from 10 teams with ODI status, six other associate members of ICC qualified for this World Cup. They were Kenya, The Netherlands, Scotland, Canada, Ireland and Bermuda. Ricky Ponting led Australia won the World Cup for the third time in a row by beating Sri Lanka in the final. Glenn McGrath was named the Man of the tournament for taking 26 wickets.
Sri Lanka Post issued a set of two stamps on 23 February 2007 to commemorate this event. A first day cover with stamps of unique shape was issued at Colombo.
Jamaica issued a set of four stamps on 28 February 2007 to commemorate 9th World Cup. The stamps featured the former West Indies fast bowler Courtney Walsh, batsman Collie Smith and the Sabina Park, Kingston pitch. All stamps and the first-day cover carry the World cup Logo.
Nepal issued a limited edition (500 covers each only) unique commemorative covers to mark the inaugural day and last day of the 2007 Cricket World Cup. The inaugural day cover features the flags of all countries and their location on the globe along with the logo of the World Cup. It was released at Kathmandu on 11 March 2007.
The concluding day cover for the finals at Kensington Oval, Barbados was released at Kathmandu, Nepal on 28 April 2007. An orange, anthropomorphic racoon like creature named “Mello” was named as the Mascot for the World Cup. It features the World Cup Trophy and “Mello” the mascot for the World Cup.
Bangladesh issued a set of four Se-tenant stamps on 19 April 2007 to commemorate the World Cup. These four unique stamps show Bangladesh players, Bengal Tiger and the World Cup Trophy.
Sri Lanka Post honoured its team which finished runners-up in the World Cup by releasing two commemorative stamps featuring the team and its star players. The first-day cover also features a slogan “Congratulations…..!!! Runners-up Team – Sri Lanka”