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|We will be closed from the 23rd of December
2017 until the 7th of January 2018: Many thanks to all of our
customers. We will be taking our Summer holidays soon during which time
you will not be able to purchase from us. You will still be able to browse
our online catalogue and add items to your order form. You just won't be
able to finalise the purchase until we open on the 8th of January
|Standing Order Subscriptions: We are
very pleased to announce our standing order subscription service which
provides a very easy way to complete your New Zealand or Ross Dependency
collection. You pick the issue to start with, how often you'd like to be
invoiced and a budget for each order and we will create regular invoices
which you can adjust before finalising. There are a number of options that
you can tailor to match your collection and we are always happy to adjust
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unexpected crops up. Standing order items are also discounted by 10% over
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|2017 Health Issue: On the 27th of July
2017, New Zealand Post announced that due to the falling number of health
stamps sold it was no longer financially viable to administer the Health
stamp issues. New Zealand Health stamps were
first issued in 1929 and have been issued each year since then without
fail (even during the 1930s Great Depression and the Second World War) and
it is very sad to think that 2016 was the last Health Stamp
Full Face Queen Victoria - Chalon - Not Perforated
Did you know that please Note: The stamps shown above are from the 1950
printings that were published in Volume II of The Postage Stamps of New
Zealand by The Royal Philatelic Society of New Zealand?
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Did you know that southern Colour Print produced a trial AirPost booklet
with AirPost labels se-tenant to the top of the stamps?
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Did you know that the 10 cent stamp has a graphic design based on the
carol 'I Saw Three Ships Go Sailing By', a popular 17th century
Christmas carol from England?
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