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United Nations Postal Services 2011 Issue
Designed by Rorie Katz

New York

Geneva

Vienna

The United Nations Postal Service has issued three new mini-sheets that have postage values of 44 Cents USA, Fs 0.85 Geneva, Switzerland and 0.65 Euro Vienna, Austria named "The 2011 Coin and Flag Series" on the 3rd of March 2011. These mini-sheets have eight stamps each and are the fifth issue in the coin and flag series. The series is expected to run for approximately eight years until stamps representing all 192 Member States are issued. Each of the countries coin and flag are as follow:

New York Mini-sheet

  • Mauritius flag with 1 rupee coin
  • Guyana flag with 10 dollors coin
  • Chile flag with 100 peso coin
  • Norway flag with 20 kroner coin
  • Timor-Leste flag with 5 cents coin
  • Iceland flag with 100 kronur coin
  • Fiji flag with 50 cents coin
  • Comoros flag with 100 francs coin
Geneva Mini-sheet
  • Mongolia flag with 500 togrogs coin
  • Senegal flag with 500 francs coin
  • Nicaragua flag with 1 cordoba coin
  • Central African Republic flag with 100 francs coin
  • Egypt flag with 100 piastres coin
  • Congo flag with 100 francs coin
  • Algeria flag with 5 dinars coin
  • Ukaraine flag with 5 hryvnias coin
Vienna Mini-sheet
  • Lithuania flag with 2 litai coin
  • Greece flag with 2 euro coin
  • Estonia flag with 2 euro coin
  • Czech Republic flag with 5 koruny coin
  • Kyrgyzstan flag with 50 tyiyns coin
  • Oman flag with 100 baisas coin
  • Uzbekistan flag with 100 sum coin
  • Monaco flag with 1 euro coin

"The 2011 Coin and Flag stamp series" can be purchased as a mini-sheet, Collecton Folder or FDC's. The size of each stamp is 30mm x 40mm with a stamp perforation to perforation of 13.33mm. They have been printed by Cartor Security Printing, France using the offset printing process. Quantities printed are as follows:

  • 44 Cents 60,000 sheets
  • F,s,0.85 60,000 sheets
  • 0.65 Euros 70,000 sheets


2011 Coin and Flag FDC's


2011 Coin and Flag FDC Stamps



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

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