and Paleoanthropology related stamps
officially the Republic of Estonia, is a country in the Baltic region
of Northern Europe. The territory of Estonia consists of a
mainland and 2,222 islands and islets in the Baltic Sea, covering
45,339 km2 of land and water, and is influenced by a humid
Following centuries of successive German, Danish, Swedish, and Russian
rule, Estonians experienced a national awakening that culminated in
independence from the Russian Empire towards the end of World War I.
During World War II, Estonia was occupied by the Soviet Union in 1940,
then by Nazi Germany a year later and was again annexed by the Soviets
in 1944, after which it was reconstituted as the Estonian Soviet
Socialist Republic. In 1988, during the Singing Revolution, the
Estonian Supreme Soviet issued the Estonian Sovereignty Declaration in
defiance of Soviet rule, and independence was restored on 20 August
The first Estonian stamps were put into circulation in November
From its renewed existence in 1991, Eesti Post, since 2014 also known
as Omniva, issued an average of 25 to 30 different stamps,
souvenir sheets and booklets a year, with an annual total face value
ranging from about ten to twenty Euros
far there are no stamp of the country that directly related to
Paleontology or Paleonathropology science.
More information about
postal history of Estonia on: Wikipedia
Another stamps to consider
to enlarge it. Click on year
number to see all Paleontology and
Paleoanthropology related stamps issued in the year
issued with the common topic "Ecology
in Europe - Think Green".
All countries participated in the project issued a stamp with
same design. Some countries issued one more stamp with their original
design. Human evolution shown on one of Estonian stamp.
"On the stamp the artist shows that work made man from the ape
but what man has done with his wisdom…? In addition to human
development and factories with smoking chimneys the stamp features the
world’s first affordable and thus mass produced car, Ford Model T"
Any feedback, comments or even complaints
are welcome: email@example.com (you
can email me on ENglish, DEutsch, or RUssian)