Centenary of Guernsey Yacht Club – Stamps of Guernsey 1991.
The Guernsey Yacht club was granted Board of Trade Warrant on 12 Nov 1890 and first regatta was held on 15 Jul 1891. Guernsey Post Office issued a miniature and five stamps to commemorate the Centenary of Guernsey Yacht Club on 02 July 1991. The stamps feature the following.
15 p- Guernsey Sailing Trust.
21 p – Guernsey Regatta.
26 P – Channel Islands Challenge-Handicap race between Guernsey and Jersey.
31 p – Rolex Swan Regatta- Bi-ennial event held since 1987 and is a European regatta.
Villach is the seventh largest city of Austria and second largest city of the federal state of Carinthia. It is located along the Drava river near the Italian & Slovenian borders. It is the gateway to Villach Alps and the beautiful lakes Faak and Ossiach.
Austria issued a 6.50sh stamp on this Villach-Perau on 12 May 1977 under the Landscapes series. A FDC is listed.
UNESCO World Heritage Sites -Geirangerfjord Norway 2005.
Geirangerfjord is a UNESCO World Heritage site in Norway. A fjord or fiord is a long narrow inlet with steep sides or cliffs and created by glaciers. The Geirangerfjord is a fjord in Sunnmore region of Norway. It is surrounded by majestic, snow-covered mountain peaks, wild waterfalls and lush green vegetation. It is one of the most spectacular sites in the World.
Norway issued a stamp on this heritage site on 15 Apr 2005. The stamp features the scenic outpost Ornesvingen at Geirangerfjord.
Third South Pacific Games – Souvenir Booklet Papua New Guinea 1969.
The Pacific Games (earlier called South Pacific Games) are held every four years for countries around the South Pacific Ocean. The First Games were held in 1963 and the sixteenth edition will be held in Apia Samoa in July 2019.
The Third South Pacific Games were held in Port Moresby, Papua New Guinea from 13-25 Aug 1969. Papua New Guinea issued a set of three stamps to mark the games. The stamps were issued on 13 Aug 1969. The stamp features “Fireball” Class Sailboat.A Souvenir Booklet issued is listed.