Tonga – Stamp news
January 6th, 2016
Newest creative issue from the Kingdom of Tonga to welcome New Year! Original Year of the Monkey stamps to your attention!A stamp pane that can be folded into the shape of a Chinese wedding sedan chair is a newest creative issue from the Kingdom of Tonga. The sedan chair was a special transportation vehicle in ancient China, used especially to bring the bride to the groom’s home on the wedding day. FindYourStampsValue.com is glad to introduce this original philatelic release and encourages our readers to add it to th ...
December 24th, 2015
Christmas in Tonga – so different and so unique! 4 beautiful festive stamps to your attentionTonga is the unique country that is why the winter holidays are celebrated here in special way. No snow and no real pine trees. Maybe a balloon, if you're lucky. This is how some Tongans describe Christmas in Tonga. FindYourStampsValue.com is glad to introduce the original stamp issue by this special country to you attention. Christmas and New Year's Day are often very big celebrated Tonga holiday ...
November 28th, 2013
Christmas 2013 stamps from Tonga
September 1st, 2013
Royal Baby honoured on new Tonga stamps
July 25th, 2013
Blowholes on new stamps from TongaThis souvenir sheet of 6 stamps issued by Tonga post contains images which were photographed at the coastline at Houma, Tonga, in 2012. The Blowholes at Houma on Tonga's coast are truly spectacular. For 5 km along the coast, the reef platform has been raised, and as the waves arrive at this coast the rising wave pushes water up through numerous holes in the reef platform creating a stunning specta ...
July 29th, 2012
Olympic Stamp Issue from TongaThe Tonga Philatelic Bureau has released a stamp issue dedicated to London 2012 Olympic Games. The stamps commemorate the local athletics at the Games of the XXX Olympiad showing three Olympic disciplines. All illustrations were designed by Derek Miller. ...
July 21st, 2008
Lavish Tonga coronation robes revealed on stampsLavish robes to be used in Friday's coronation of Tonga's King George Tupou V have been revealed in new postage stamps designed by a Wellington illustrator. Tonga is spending T$5 million (NZ$3 million) on the coronation of the aging bachelor, including NZ$570,000, for tailored robes from Gieves & Hawkes at 1 Savile Row in London's Mayfair. By tradition such robes are trimmed with ermine which come ...