FLY FISHI GIN NE
rout mrive in clean, clear, cool waters. The tugged mountainous nature of the New Zealand landscape, combined wim me relatively unspoilt environment, means mat mis quality habitat is available in abundance. As a consequence, me fresh waters of New Zealand contain some of me best trout fisheries in the world. New Zealand's trout fisheries are internationally renowned and attract many overseas anglers each year. The relatively small size of me country, togemer with the proliferation of suitable waters, means mat excellent fishing is available virtually throughout ew Zealand. Brown and rainbow trout are me most sought afrer species, and btook and sea-run btown trout provide extra variety for the keen Ay fisher. Both brown and rainbow trout abound mroughout me lakes and rivers of the Norm and Soum Islands. The southern regions, Soumland and Otago, are famous for meir riverine brown trout fisheries. Rivers such as me Matauta produce wonderful dry Ay fishing for brown trout. The fishing can be challenging even to the best of Ay fishers, but men that's what makes the sport so rewarding! Lake Taupo and the Rototua lakes are a "mecca" fot fishers of rainbow trout. This relatively small area is the most intensively fished part of New Zealand, with thousands of anglers attracted by me lure of the rainbow trout. More Aashy by nature than me brown trOut, the rainbow trout is also more readily caught. This feature is obviously attractive with many new anglers enjoying the thrill of trour fishing for the first time in me lakes of this region. The colourful brook trout has a limited range in New Zealand. Lake Emily in me Soum Island and the Hinemaiaia Dam, near Taupo, contain populations of brook trout mat attract anglers searching for someming a little different. Sea-run brown trour are the same species that inhabit the rivers and streams. Some brown trout choose to enter the sea as juveniles and live in salt water before returning to me rivers to spawn. The reasons behind the seaward journey are not well understood, but me time spent in the sea brings benefits for both fish and angler. The most striking difference from river-resident specimens is their silver coloration. This Ay fishing issue strikingly illustrates me trour species available to anglers in New Zealand, and highlights some of meir more distinguishing features. Also featured are four of me more popular and successful artificial flies used to lure these fish.
FLY FISHING DATE OF IsSUE: 18 .... 1.7 Four types of trout found in New Zealand, and the flies used to fish them, are presented by artiSt Joanne Kreyl in fine derail and realistic colour in the ~"""iiiil""il~iiiiiiiiiliiiiii:l upcoming 'Fly Fishing' stamp issue. Denominations and designs are: • 40c - Rainbow Trout with Red Sener fly • $1.00 - Sea-run Brown Trout with Grey GhOSt fly
• $1.50-BrookTroutwith Twilight Beauty fly • $1.80 - Brown Trout with Hare & Copper fly
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Trout were introduced to New Zealand from the Northern Hemisphere in the laner half of the nineteenth century, and have thrived here since then. The clean, running fresh waters of New Zealand have proved so much to their liking that we now boast some of the fineSt trout fishing locations in the world. Trout can grow to nearly 10 kilos in weight, however any trout which exceeds four kilos is considered a real prize. Fish weighing berween one and rwo kilos are a more usual catch by fly fishers in New Zealand.
Steve Smith Regional Manager Eastern Fish and Game Council Note: Artist's concepts only are shown above.
SCENIC TRAINS DATE OF ISSUE:
As part ofN= Zealand Posts 19% Stamp Month. children throughout N= Zealand w= able to compete in a stamp design competition, with winning entries to be featured on the 1997 Health stamps. With the theme 'Healthy Living; over 8000 entries were receivedfrom children ofall ages. The creativity, imagination, originality and delightfUL use ofcOlour~ were. outstanding in many ofthe &](11" entries. '''''1'O'IBIlt 17-year-old Fern Petrie ofWestern Springs College in Auckland (above e!l!' righr) won the 13 - 18 years age caregory. 'j',nndltn' htoIth Her warercolour ofa child on an uncrowded beach is featured on the 40c (+ 5c donation) gummed stamp. 8-year-old Georgia Dumergue ofYicroria Avenue Primary School in Auckland (above lefi:) won the under 9 years caregory, with a pasre! on dyed paper picture of herself horseriding on the warerfront. GeorgiaS picture will appear on the 80c (+ 5c donation) gummed stamp. II-year-old Anira Pircher of Whakarongo School in Palmersron Norm Oefi:) won the 912 years
caregory when she creared a textured mosaic of rolled-up tissue paper. Her picture shows a person collecting fiuj r from a tree and will be featured on the 40c (+ 5c donation) selfadhesive stamp which will be produced in boxed coils of 100 stamps.
6 AUGUST 1997
The lush rain foresrs of Wesriand, rhe high counrry of Canrerbury, rhe bleak Volcanic Plareau, rhe grandeur of rhe Southern AJ ps, rhe wild fury of rhe New Zealand coasrline, and rhe serenity of rhe sweeping plains - all rhis fascinaring .___ -$".00 scenery makes for memorable rail ~ 11 travel in New Zealand.
The 1997 Scenic sramp issue shows 1 - ',1 .., If \1 .\ ',1, â€˘ spectacular scenery which can be experienced on six differenr train journeys in New Zealand. The six stamps show scenes from such routes as the 'Overlander' berween Auckland and Wellingron; the 'TranzAlpine' berween Christchurch and Greymouth and the 'Southerner' which runs berween Christchurch and Invercargill. Each stamp will fearure a map showing the train roure, and a stunning photographic represenration of the rrain and its scenic location. New Zealand Posr acknowledges the support ofTranz Rail in supplying images for rhe 1997 Scenic stamp issue.
Note: Final sramp designs for rhe 1997 Healrh Sramp issue, and rhe Scenic Trains issue were nor available ar rhe rime of publishing Focus.
ROUND KIWI REPRINT DATE OF ISSUE:
6 AUGUST 1997
The circular $1 sramp depicring rhe famous Kiwi is undoubredly one of rhe mosr popular sramps produced by New Zealand Posr in rhe lasr ren years, proving to be a big seller borh in New Zealand and overseas. This unusual sramp has been re-issued (Wo rimes since irs f1rsr issue in 1988. The f1rsr issue was primed in green using rhe imaglio priming merhod and sold over one and a half million single sramps. Reprimed in 1991 in red, again using the imaglio process, sales of rhe $1 Kiwi more than doubled to 3,120,000 sramps. A rhird imaglio priming occurred in 1993, producing a blue sramp. Final sales for this sramp are presendy unconfirmed. In 1997, rhe new $1 Kiwi sheer sramps will be primed in purple by Sourhern Colour Prim, of Dunedin, New Zealand, using rhe lirhography priming process.
Samuel Marsden's Chrisrmas Day service ar Rangihoua Bay in rhe Bay of Islands in 1814 was one of rhe f1rsr Chrisrian services held in New Zealand. From wrinen accoums of rhis service, Wellington artisr L C Mirchell visualised rhe scenes and his paiming of rhe historic Chrisrmas Day was fearured on rhe 1964 New Zealand Chrisrmas sramp (picrured ar righr). Marsden's service was also rhe basis for rhe New Zealand Chrisrmas hymn 'Te Harinui' by Willow Macky. The words and music of rhis hymn, and rhe story of this service, have been urilised as the theme for rhe 1997 Chrisrmas sramp issue. Produced in a se renanr block of six sramps, the full effecr of the musical score of rhe hymn is apparem (rhe illusrrarion shows inirial artisr's conceprs). 'Six gummed sramps are to be produced, both as single sramps and in a se renam block. A seventh design will be available in self-adhesive formar, in borh coils and booklets. Nore: Te Harinui reproduced by permission of Warner/Chappell Music Ausualia Pry Lrd.
DATE OF ISSUE:
3 SEPTEMBER 1997
EXTINCT BIRDS Many species of New Zealand birds have become exrincr since
humans, rogether with the predators they introduced,
These high-quality presentation packs contain New Zealand stamp issues, with background infOrmation and supplementary illustrations on each subject. See the order fOrm fOr details.
arrived to share these southern
Pacific islands some 1000 years ago. Seven species have been selected for this stunning presentation pack. with expert
background information included for each species.
NEW ZEALAND WILDLIFE
Abundant and varied wildlife is found along ew Zealand's extensive coastline. Six species are featured
Ross Dependency is the part of Antarctica administered by ew Zealand. Ice caves, glacier bases, pressure ridges
in this spectacular presentation
pack - from the dignified white heron (or Kotuku in Maori) of South Westland, to the magnificent sperm whale often seen off the Kaikoura coast. This pack displays the New Zealand Wildlife stamp issue in full glory, with inreresting phorographs and background information.
and fumerole ice (Qwers form a
dramatic and distinctive landscape for this remote part of the world. The 1996 Ross P765
Dependency commcl'norarive issue pictures six landscapes
from this awe-inspiring environment, and each is described in
Well-known examples of Maori craft are presented in a
contemporary style in this stamp issue from 1996. The presentation pack discusses the decorative patterns shown in
detail in the text of this presentation pack.
the stamp images, and provides background informarion on the six craft items depicted.
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New Zealand has both mythical origins and early recorded history, and this stamp issue commenlorates 'discoverers' from both categories - namely Kupe, Maui, Cook, Tasman, d'Urville and de Surville. The Discoverers issue is the first in the 'Millennium' series, to be released at regular intervals over the nexr few years leading up to the year 2000.
This presentation pack contains ten
definitive stamps featuring ew Zealand's famous
scenery. Each scene is
depicted with a border made up of a natural feature of the area. For example, Lake Wanaka (60c) has a border of Kowhai in full bloom and Waitomo Limestone Cave (90c) has a border of greenstone.
Every country is famous for some aspect of its wildlife. In New Zealand, that honour goes to our native birds. 12 definitive bird stamps are presented in rhis ever-popular pack. P95A
APRIL SHOP WINDOW DAVO LUXE NEW ZEALAND ALBUM
The luxurious Oavo album has a space for each sramp for all issues of 1990 through ro 1996. Clear prorective mounts are already affixed for immediate insertion of sramps, and the fine quality leaves are bound in embossed blue leathererte with a marching slip case. Give your collection the security, protection and presentation it deserves. A079
This system provides collecrors with a looseleaf srockbook, eliminating the need for stamp hinges. Polyester strips discourage fading, dampness or chemical damage to valuable stamps. An album and a variety of single-sided sheets are available. 1 strip 245mm 2 strips 122mm 3 strips 80mm 4 strips 60mm 1 strip 2 strips 3 strips 5 strips 47mm 6 strips 38mm 7 strips 32mm 8 strips 28mm 3 strips - FOC block 4 strips 5 strips 6 strips and single
LIGHTHOUSE STOCKBOOKS Protect your collection with high-quality srockbooks from Lighthouse. Cusromers of the Philatelic Bureau can enjoy two special deals when ordering from Focus - a 48-sided srockbook with black pages - only $49.95, and a 60-sided srockbook with white pages - only $52.95! Also available is a 32-sided srockbook with white pages for $31.20.
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FDC ALBUMS AND REFILLS First day cover albums prorecr your collection from creasing and tearing. We have three albums available - each with ren sheets in them, and refill pages also available.
60 sides A0811'!m
CAMPBELL PATERSON 'NEW ZEALAND' STAMP CATALOGUE A comprehensive catalogue of New Zealand stamps, listing every issue and variety within an easy-to-reference system. An authority on New Zealand philately.
A030 (refills A031)
SEE THE ENCLOSED ORDER FORM FOR PURCHASING DETAILS. REMEMBER - DOUBLE STAMP POINTS FOR ALL PURCHASES FROM FOCUS BEFORE 31 MAY 1997!
ANNUAL PRODUCTS 1996 NEW ZEALAND FIRST DAY COVERS PACK Contains 25 covers from all commemorative and definitive stamps issued from October 1995 to September 1995.
1996 NEW ZEALAND STAMP PACK The stamps in this pack were issued from OctOber 1995 to September 1996, and are presented with interesting background information on each stamp issue. All the stamps from commemorative stamp issues are included in the pack.
1996 NEW ZEALAND STAMP COLLECTORS FOLDER The 1996 Collectors Folder contains all stamps, miniature sheets and philatelic exhibition miniature sheets issued by New Zealand Post during the 1996 calendar year. It is an extremely convenient way to ensure you have all the 1996 stamps - at JUSt their face value.
Please Note: Some of the stamps illustrated in this publication are taken from artists' illusttations, concept drawings or proofs and may be subject to alteration. Some of the stamp issues and dates may also be subject to change. Articles from Focus may be extracted for teprinting without
THE NEW ZEALAND STAMP COLLECTION 1996 The high-quality, hard-backed 1996 New Zealand Stamp Collection is a superb publication which contains iJ1teresting and extensive background information and technical details for stamp issues released during the 1996 calendar year by New Zealand Post. Issues include the 1996 scenic definitives, innovative circular Olympic stamps, and New Zealand's first 'scratch and win' stamps to celebrate the Centenary of Cinema in New Zealand.
further permission, however acknowledgment to 'Focus' would be appteciated. For further information, or to join the mailing list, please write to: Philatelic Bureau, New Zealand Post Limited, Private Bag 3001, Wanganui, New Zealand.
The Limited Edition collectors packs have now been in existence
for over (Wo years. To date, eight packs have been released by New Zealand Post. Only 2,000 numbered packs are produced for each issue, with customers receiving the same numbered pack every time.
For the third Limited Edition issue - Maori Language. a unique sheerlet of 24 stam ps was produced containing all six Maor; Language stamps and displaying a special selvedge wh ich depicted maori carving designs.
A special sheet was produced for rhe seventh Limited Edition pack - Olympics. This sheet features the five circular Olympic sramps in both a perforate and imperforate formaL
Each Limited Edition collectors
perforated colour separations of the highest value stamp of rhe issue. Special Limited Edition
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souvenir covers are also included
in each pack. The Rugby League Limited Edition pack included an imperforate miniature sheet of the $1.80 stamp. This sheet has been in demand from collectors and has proved to be a valuable component of this Limited Edition pack.
1997 sees the continuation of the Limited Edition collectors pack series. The first pack celebrated the New Zealand Vineyards stamp issue, and included an overprinted miniature sheet individually numbered for each of the 2000 packs produced. August 1997, Limited Edition - Scenic Trains will be released. A special miniature sheet is being produced for this pack. The sheet will feature all six stamps from the issue, within a specially-designed background. [n
secure the special products for their collections.
cover for the pack. Demand for this pack is anticipated to be high, particularly from collectors of trains as a thematic interest.
Some places have become available on the Limited Edition standing order waiting lists. It is easy ro join the standing order waiting list for Limited Editions. Simply complere the tear-off coupon at right and return it to the Philatelic Bureau, Private Bag 300 I, Wanganui, New Zealand.
pack contains mint stamps of each denomination and
Some packs have had added philatelic interest with the inclusion of special products. There has been a high degree of interest in the special products produced for these packs. With only 2,000 of each special item produced, available only through the Limited Edition product, collectors have been keen to get hold of the collectors packs, to
The design of the sheet will complement the special souvenir
If yOll secllre a place on the standing order lisr, yOll will receive advance notification of each upcoming Limited Edition pack. As places on the standing order list are 'limited', allocation will be on a 'first come, first served' basis, and any customers who miss out on a standing order place will automatically go onto the Limited Edition waiting list (unless you indicate otherwise on the reply coupon). To secure your allocation for the upcoming issues in this unique series of limited philatelic products, complete the reply coupon today and return it the Philarelic Bureau before 30 April
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Dear Collectors, With 1997 well underway, it is appropriate that I clarifY the stamp issuing policy of New Zealand Post, as I received some comment last year that the programme as outlined in the printed calendar was not adhered to. The programme as diStributed is what we refer (Q as our core programme and is the full complement of issues as we know
them at that rime. Within rhe Stamps
cannot predict the fllture. We do, however, reserve the right to react to what happens during the year and perhaps bring you an additional issue or rwo that is worthy of being recorded for all time in the philarelic records of OLlr country. Happy collecting,
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moments in our history captured for all time, but it is our duty as "philatelic historians" to ensure these stamps are released to savour [he ropic into the furure. I use the phrase "historians" because 1believe that a fundamemal raison d'etre of our Unit is to produce stamp issues that capture what is happening in society at any moment in time. In 1997 we have no plans to produce extra issues [hat fit the category of "ne\vsworthy" because obviously we
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Value No. 11 Imprint Plate' 11 Blocks Required
STAMP ISSUE I
Barcode Blocks 11 Amount NZ S 1 11
1. Back Issues 50 Mt Cook
IOc Champagne Pool 20<: Cape Reinga 30<: Mackenzie Country 50c Mt Ngauruhoe 60c Lake Wanaka
70c Giant Kauri· Tane Mahuta
80c Doubtful Sound 90c Waitomo Limestone Cave
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85c (includes 50 donation)
Miniature sheet@ S2.60
778 450 (includes 50 donation) self+adhesive stamp
778 S45.OO Self-adhesive dispenser (100 x 40c stamps + S5.OO donation)
OLYMPICS Issue Code: 773. Dale ofIssue: Set of fil'e Olympics stamps@S5.50
40c Swimming 80c Cycling
Issue Code: 765. Date ofIssue: I May 1996. Set of six Wildlife stamps @S6.70
40c Yellow·Eyed Penguin
80c Royal Albatross Sl.oo White Heron SI.20 Sperm Whale SI.50 Fur Seal SI.80 Bottlenose Dolphin 7658 Se-tenant block @S6.70
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SELF·ADHESIVE DEFINITIVES Issue Code: 766. Dale of I""ue: I May 1996. Set of six self·adhesive Definitive stamps @S2.40 (in a strip) 0766 $40.00 self·adhesive Definitive dispenser (100 stamps)
Barcode 11 Amount I Blocks NZ S 11
HEALTH Issue Code: 771. Dale ofIssue: 5 June 1996Set of two Health stamps @SI.30
DEFINITIVE ISSUE - SCENIC NEW ZEALAND Issue Code: 761. Dale ofIssue: t7 March 1996Set of nine definitive stamps @$4.15
No. 11 Plate! 11 Blocks Required BI~~riW Qty*
773S Se-tenant block @S5.50
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Issue Code: 774. Dale ofIssue: 10 July 1996.
Set of two Orchestra stamps @S1.20
40c Violin 80c French Horn
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*Platelimprint, positional or value blocks may be obtained by purchasing at least six stamps of each denomination. Except for the $10 Mt Ruapehu issue which requires a minimum of 2 stamps. ** Barcode blocks may be obtained by purchasing at least two stamps of each denomination. Mint stamps will be supplied unless you specifically request otherwise. If you wish to order used (U) or cancelled-to-order CC) stamps, please indicate this by writing the letter 'u' or 'c' as appropriate next to the quantity that you require. Used stamps are affixed to paper and cancelled. Cancelled-to-order stamps are cancelled, but not affixed to paper.
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CENTENARY OF CINEMA Issue Code: 772. Date of Issue: 7 AugustllJ!J6. Set of four Cinema stamps @ $4.50
EXTINCT BIRDS Issue Code: 775. Date ofIssue: 2 October 11J!J6. Set of six Extinct Birds stamps @ S6.70
80c Broken Barrier
80c Laughing owl
SI.50 Goodbye Pork Pie
SI.8O Once Were Warriors
AIRFOST BOOKLET Issue Code: 786. Date ofIssue: 7. August 1996. Airj>ost Booklet 11 (5xSI.00);S5.oo ~
SELF-ADHESIVE SEASHORE BOOKLET Issue Code: 784. 11 IOx4o.stamps@S4.oo ~ OLY.I\IPICGOLD Issue Code: 806. Date of Issue: 28 August 1996.
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SI.8O Giant moo miniature sheet 776 S4.OO Sell-adbesive booklet (10 x 40. stamps) SCENIC GARDENS Issue Code: 779. Date ofIssue: 13 Nouember 1996.
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40. The Leading of the Star 70. The Shepherds'
S1.80 Marine Parade Garde
80c The Angel's Announcement
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80c Pukekura Park Gardens, 1I111111~ New Plymouth ~~~~~
SI.OOWintergarden, Auckland SI.50 Botanic Gardens, Christchurch
Set of six stamps @S6.20
SI.50 Giant eagle
40. Olympic Gold stamp c=J c=J c=J c=J Montage block of six 40. 11 ~ Olympic Gold stamps @ S2.40~ ~ CIIRISTMAS 1996 1&"Uf! Code: 767. Dale ofIssue: 4 September 1996.
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SI.50 The Journey to Bethlehem
40c Inside Ice Cave
S1.80 The Annunciation
80c Base of Glacier
Self-adbesive booklet (10 x 40. stamps) @S4.OO
Sl.OO Glacier Ice Fall
SeLf-adbesive coil dispenser (100 x 40c stamps) @$40.00
SI.20 Climbers on Crater Rimc=J c = J c = J c = J E J SI.50 Pressure Ridges
Issue Code: 785. Date ofIssue: 4 September 11J!J6. Sheetlet of ten 40. stamps @S4.oo
SI.8O Fumarole Ice Tower
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No. 11 Imprint Platel 11 Blocks Value Required Blocks Qty' Qty* I SELF-ADHESIVE FASTPOST BOOKLET Issue COOe: 789. Dare of Issue: 13 Nuvember 1996. fastpost Booklet ~ (10 x 8Oc) = 18.00 L-J STAMP ISSUE
CAITLE OF NEW ZEALAND Issue Cade: 7113. Dare ofIssue: IS January 1997. Set of six Caltle of ~~~~~ 'ew Zealand firstname.lastname@example.org L - J L - J L - J L------l~
40c Holstein·Friesian 80cJersey 11.00 Simmental 11.20Ayrshire 11.50 Angus 11.80 Hereford
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DISCOVERERS Issue Cade: 71IS. Dare ofIssue: 12 Febrwry 1997. Set of six Discoverers stamps ~ ~ ~
40c James Cook
80c Kupe 11.00 Maui 11.20 Jean de Surville 11.50 Dumont d'Urville
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11.80AbeITasman 110 DEFlNlTIVE - MT RUAFEHU Issue COOe: 7112. Dare of Issue: 12 Febrwry 1997. 110 Defmilh,,- Mt Ruapehu NEW ZEALAND VINEYARDS Issue COOe: 7!». Dare qf Issue: 19 March 1997. Set of six Vineyards stamps @16.70 40c Central Otago
80c Hawke's Bay 11.00 Marlborough 11.20 Canterbmy/Waipara 11.50 Gisbome 11.80 Auckland/Waiheke New Zealand Vineyards miniature sheet booklet
WACKIEST LETrEKBOX&S SELF·ADHESIVE BOOKLET Issue Cade: 196. Dale of Issue: 19 March 1997. Wackiest Lelterboxes ~ booklet (10 x 4(0) = 14.00 L-J
STAMP PACK 1996 Item Cade: SP96. Dare ofIssue: 4 Sepl£mber 1996. 165.05 FIRST DAY COVERS PACK 1996 II£m Code: FD96. Dare ofIssue: 4 Seple1nlJer 1996. 182.30 NEW ZEALAND STAMP COlJ.ECTION 1996 ANNUAL ALBUM II£m Cade: AL96. Dale ofIssue: 13 Nuvember 1996. 179.00 STAMP COlJ.ECTORS FOWER 1996 II£m Code: CF96. Dare ofIssue: IS January 1997. 197.70 PRESENTATION PACKS New Zealand Wtld1ife @$8.50 COOe: P765 Maori CraIl @ 18.50 COOe: P720 Native Birds @17.40 COOe: P95A Scenic Definitives @ 16.50 COOe: P761 Extinct Birds @18.50 Code:mS Ross Dependency Antarctic Landscapes @18.50 Cade: P778
Discoverers @18.50 COOe: F7YS DAVO NZ LUXE ALBUM lle>n Code: A071l 199.00 CAMPBELL PATEIlSON NEW ZEALAND STAMP CATALOGUE II£m Cade: A070 1140.65 lJGHTHOUSE STOCKBOOKS lle>n Code: A053 32 sides - white pages@ 131.20
lle>n Cade: A080 48 sides· black pages @149.95 11£m COOe: A081 50 sides· white pages @ 152.95
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Acknowledgements: Bulletins scanned and provided by John Biddlecombe of the New Zealand Society of Great Britain. Their web site offers furt...
Published on Feb 27, 2017
Acknowledgements: Bulletins scanned and provided by John Biddlecombe of the New Zealand Society of Great Britain. Their web site offers furt...