Ecuador issued a set of stamps on Birds on 17 June 1966. The stamps were printed by Portugal Printing Company Oporto by an offset Lithography process. Two stamps were overprinted and issued in 1967 with “RESELLO” markings.
$10- Collared Puffbird
$1 on $4 – Yellow-tailed Oriole $0.80 on $1.50-Scarlet Tanager
Mt Pinatobu is an active stratovolcano in Zambales mountains located in Luzon in the Philippines. It erupted on 15 Jun 1991 and thousands of people were evacuated. This eruption killed 800 people and rendered thousands homeless. A fund was created for the victims of a volcanic eruption.
Stamps were issued on 16 Nov 1992 and overprinted Mt Pinatobu Fund.
Sri Lanka issued an aerogramme on Ceylon Tea. The aerogramme features a cup of Tea and Tea Leaves. The original Face Value of Aerogramme was Twelve Sri Lankan Rupees which was uprated to 18 and then to Rupees 25. An uprated Rs 25 Aerogramme is listed. These were issued between 2003-2007.
Bangladesh gained Independence from Pakistan in 1971 and one of the First Aerogrammes to be used by Bangladesh was a 30 Paisa Pakistan Aerogramme overprinted Bangladesh in English and Bengali. It has a Philatelic Bureau Dacca postmark of 23 Feb 1972. The stamp design of aerogramme features an aircraft.
Overprinted Stamps of Bhutan – Masks 1985 – FUKUOKA Overprints
Bhutan issued a set of nine stamps on Mask Dance of the Judgement of Death on 27 Apr 1985. These stamps were overprinted with “Asia-Pacific Exposition Fukuoka 89” and issued on 17 Mar 1989. The Overprints were in two languages Japanese and English.
The Japanese overprints in white are listed below.