• July 24th, 2017

    So magnificent Norfolk Island Flowers. 2 impressive stamps introduced by Australia Post

    Norfolk Island is located in the Pacific Ocean around 1,400 kilometres east of the Australian mainland. Together with small islets Phillip Island and Nepean Island it forms one of Australia’s external territories. Around 200 plants are native to Norfolk Island, including 45 that are endemic. This stamp issue showcases two native flowering plants from the region, both of which are from the hibiscus ...
  • January 20th, 2017

    Gorgeous Waterfalls of Norfolk Islands. Two bright stamps introduced by Australia Post

    FindYourStampsValue.com is glad to introduce to our readers’ attention two bright stamps prepared by Australia Post. These items depict two picturesque waterfalls of Norfolk Islands that are considered to be one of the most popular attractions that are visited by thousands of tourists annually. Let’s appreciate the design of these original items together! Cascade Creek is one of Norfolk Island’s f ...
  • September 26th, 2016

    Australia released first philatelic issue for Norfolk Island. Two bright Seabirds stamps to your attention

    FindYourStampsValue.com has received the latest exciting philatelic news and is glad to inform all devoted stamp collectors that Australia Post has issued its first stamps with the “Norfolk Island” inscription. The stamps feature seabirds, and the inscription on the stamps matches the colors of their bills. Norfolk Island became a regional council of the Australian state of New South Wales on Jul ...
  • December 27th, 2014

    Quilting as an exciting pastime in Norfolk Island

    FindYourStampsValue.com is glad to inform that Norfolk Island Post released a series of five stamps depicting its "Quilts". This issue features quilts created on Norfolk Island. Quilting is a very popular pastime on the island. The series was released and became available for purchasing on the 17th of October. A quilt is a type of blanket, traditionally composed of three layers of fiber: a woven c ...
  • July 19th, 2014

    Joint stamp issue of Australia and Norfolk Island featuring endemic Norfolk Island Pine

    Norfolk Island is a small island in the Pacific Ocean some 1,400 kilometres east of the Australian mainland. The first European known to have sighted the island was Captain James Cook, in 1774, on his second voyage to the South Pacific on HMS Resolution. He named it after Mary Howard, Duchess of Norfolk. Originally settled by Polynesians, the island was colonized by Great Britain in 1788 and subse ...
  • May 6th, 2011

    Seashells of Norfolk Island on stamps

    In this issue we find five of the many shells that are found on the beaches and rock pools of Norfolk Island's shoreline. The 15c stamp features a plicate Conch and a Zelebor Wentletrap. Wentletrap is derived from the Dutch language meaning spiral stairs, these are also known as ladder or staircase shells. Some conch shells also make pearls and trumpets. The 60c stamp illustrates the Violet Snail ...
  • November 15th, 2010

    Christmas 2010 with parrots from Norfolk Island

    The Norfolk Island Post has issued a set of stamps dedicated to Christmas 2010 and to the Norfolk Green and Red Parrots. The Norfolk Island Green Parrot (Cyanoramphus cookii) This species of parrots is unique to Norfolk Island - the only place in the world where they naturally occur. In the late 1700s, Norfolk Island was covered in dense forests and there were hundreds of green parrots across the ...