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United Nations Postal Services 2007 Issue
Design by John Rowe

Endangered Species 2007

United Nations Postal Service will issue three new se-tenant blocks of 4 stamps that have postage values of 39 Cents, 1.00 F.S, and 0.55 Euro named "Endangered Species 2007" on the 15th of March 2007. The twelve stamps depict endangered species of fauna in the world today. This will be the fifteenth Endangered Species stamp set issued by the United Nations. The series was started on the 3rd of March 1993 to highlight the need for the protection of endangered species throughout the world. The name of each animal on each stamp block is described below.

39 Cents Stamp Block

  • Drill Forest Monkey (Top Left)
  • Common Squirrel Monkey (Top Right)
  • Ring Tailed Lemur (Bottom Left)
  • Collared Mangabey (Bottom Right)
1.00 F.S. Stamp Block
  • Gelada Baboon (Top Left)
  • De Brazza's Monkey (Top Right)
  • Ruffed Lemur (Bottom Left)
  • Javan Gibbon (Bottom Right)
0.55 Euro Stamp Block
  • Savannah Monkey (Top Left)
  • Long-nosed Monkey (Top Right)
  • Chacma Baboon (Bottom Left)
  • Patas Monkey (Bottom Right)

"Endangered Species 2007" stamps can be purchased as Se-tenant blocks of 4, Sheets of 16, 2007 Annual Collection, 2007 Limited Edition or FDC's. The size of each stamp is 39.2mm x 28.6mm with a Perforation size of 12 1/2 x 12 3/4 using the 2cm reference. They will be printed by Joh. Enschede Stamps Security Printers B.V., Netherlands using the Offset Lithography Printing process. Quantity issued of each will be:

  • 848,000 stamps of the 39 Cents
  • 832,000 stamps of the 1.00 F.S.
  • 1,024,000 stamps of the 0.55 Euro


Endangered Species 2007 FDC's


Endangered Species FDC Stamp



To order these stamps or to learn more go to http://www.un.org/Depts/UNPA/index.html Use the Universal currency conversion tool at www.xe.com/ucc/convert.cgi to convert currency.

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