stamps, post marks, post stationary and special covers depicted
dinosaurs and other prehistoric
animals, fossils, fossil found sites of the year
2011, 2010, 2009,
2008, 2007, 2006,
2005, 2004, 2003,
2002, 2001, 2000,
1999, 1998, 1997,
1996, 1995, 1994,
1993, 1992, 1991,
1990, 1989, 1988,
1987, 1986, 1985,
1984, 1983, 1982,
1981, 1980, 1979,
1978, 1977, 1976,
1975, 1974-1970, 1969-1960,
" stamps of Marshall Islands are planned on
15.01.2015, but appeared in official online store on
beginning of March. First
time seen in internet auction at the end of February. Real issue
date is in doubt.
 In June 2015, Stamperija, on behalf Sierra
stamp sets (57 Blocks and Mini-Sheet, in total 152 stamps.
to compare: in 2014 Germany, 13 times bigger in population,
issues 74 stamps) with a common subject "Faua of West Africa". One of
this sets shows some Dinosaurs, decorated by modern animals
the margin. Some more dinosaurs is to see on margin of stamps shows
 One of stamp in UNESCO Heritage sites of Canada shows
dinosaurs fossil sites:
Dinosaur Provincial Park in Alberta. First release is recalled
to image error. The second release (21.08.2015) has correct
image of the
Dinosaur Provincial Park in Alberta.
[4a] Self-adhesive booklet with
sites of Canada. First
release is recalled due to image error. The second release
(21.08.2015) has correct
image of the Dinosaur Provincial Park in Alberta.
 Fossil found place
According to FIP regulations, issues of countries who is not
recognized by the UPU is not allowed to be used at exhibitions
organized or sponsored by FIP. The FIP recommends to
collectors avoid these stamps at their collections.
[L1] - These stamps are overprint with silver and gold
on stamps from 1996
[L2] - These stamps are overprint with silver
on stamps from 2005
personalized and private post stamps
Another stamps to
[A1] Legend has it that Klagenfurt
was founded after a couple of brave
men had slain the abominable "Lindwurm", a winged dragon in the moors
adjoining the lake, the staple diet of which is said to have been
virgins, but which did not spurn the fat bull on a chain that the men
had mounted on a strong tower. The feat is commemorated by a grandiose
9-ton Renaissance monument in the city centre. Although it represents a
dragon, it can be regarded as the first palaeontological reconstruction
The head of the statue is modeled on
the skull of
: In 1335 the cranium of a wooly rhinoceros from the ice-age
was found in a gravel pit near Klagenfurt. It was instantly interpreted
as the skull of a dragon or Lindwurm. This fossil, which is still at
exhibition at the Landesmuseum für Kärnten, served as a model for the
head of the Lindwurm.
The following stamps
looks like real, but they are not.
|"stamps" of Laguna - Philippine's province - shows some
fossils of Australopitheecus sedipa and Paranthropus robustus
[FDC] - Post Marks used on FDC of official stamp
[PM] - Permanent postmark: available for a long
period of time
[Sp] - Special postmark: issued for
special event and was available for short period of time
[N] - new design of early introduced
issued in 2001, the new postmark bigger
in size and with different font.
Australia - Darwin is the capital of Northen Territory has
their own permanent postmark since a while.
The postmark from 2015 is
slightly different from the old one.
Post stationary and Special Covers
[C1] A Special Cover and commemorative postmark were released
to commemorate Salkhan Fossils on 18th September 2015 at Sonebhadra.
Salkhan Fossil Park is a place in Sonebhadra District of Eastern Uttar
Pradesh having oldest fossils of the world.
[C2] A Special Cover and commemorative
were released for "Dinosaur
stamps of world"
exhibition, which took place between 24.09.2015 and 11.10.2015 in
Seoul, South Korea
[C3] A personalized post stationary issued for Fossil and Mineral trade
show in Munich. The mammoth is
one of the largest mammoth skeletons found
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