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1993 Issues

Australia Day
International Year of Indigenous People
Part 1
Designer: Janet Boschen, Australia Post Graphic Design - Printer: McPherson's Printing
To celebrate the International Year of Indigenous People, (1993) Australia Post produced three issues, the design for this pair, (Part 1, released in Se-tenant form), shows two paintings by Albert Namatjira; both 45c, "Ghost Gum, Central Australia" & "Across the Plain to Mount Giles", they were released to commemorate both Australia Day & the International Year of Indigenous People, the three parts in this series were; Part 1, January, 1993 (below); Part 2, February, 1993 (next listing) & Part 3, July, 1993 (thirteen issues down), International Year of Indigenous People was printed in the gutter of each sheet.
Issued 14 January with perforation 13.86 x 14.6
  
1132-1-1 45c Ghost Gum;
1133-1-1 45c Mount Giles;
1132-1-1_1133-1-1 SS Se-tenant Pair

Dreamings
International Year of Indigenous People
Part 2
Designer: C. Atkinson based on paintings by artists listed below - Printer: Printset Cambec
To celebrate the International Year of Indigenous People, (1993) Australia Post produced three issues, the four stamps below (Part 2) are paintings by Aboriginal artists, they are: 45c, Wild Onion Dreaming by Pauline Nakamarra Woods; 75c, Yam Plants by Jack Wunuwun; 85c, Goose Egg Hunt by George Milpurrurru & $1, Kalumpiwarra-Ngulalintji by Rover Thomas, the three issues in this series were; Part 1, January, 1993 (above); Part 2, February, 1993 (below) & Part 3, July, 1993 (twelve issues down), International Year of Indigenous People was printed in the gutter of each sheet.
Issued 4 February with perforation as below
   
1134-1-1 45c Wild Onion Dreaming, perforation 14.6 x 13.86;
1135-1-1 75c Yam Plants, perforation 14.6 x 13.86;
1136-1-1 85c Goose Egg Hunt, perforation 14.6 x 13.86;
1137-1-1 $1 Kalumpiwarra-Ngulalintji, perforation 13.86 x 14.6

World Heritage Sites
Designer: Lynette Brown, Australia Post Graphic Design - Printer: Leigh-Mardon Pty. Ltd.
Photography: 45c, Michael James - Photoindex; 85c, Mark Lang - Wildlight; 95c & $2, Leo Meier -APL
This issue shows just four of Australia's heritage sites, 45c Uluru, Northern Territory (once known as Ayers Rock); 85c Fraser Island, Queensland; 95c, Shark Bay, Western Australia; $2, Kakadu, Northern Territory, also a 45c (Uluru) corner block (of 4 stamps) was overprinted for the Polska '93 Exhibition, 4 March, 1993 (below).
Issued 4 March with perforation 14.4 x 14

1138-1-1 45c Uluru, Northern Territory;
1139-1-1 85c Fraser Island, Queensland;
1140-1-1 95c Shark Bay, Western Australia;
1141-1-1 $2 Kakadu, Northern Territory
1138-1-1 SS OP Block of four 45c Uluru, Northern Territory Overprinted Polska '93 Exhibition

Naval and Maritime War Vessels
Illustrations: Ross Sharlow - Typography: Sue Passmore - Printer: McPherson's Printing
This issue shows four of Australia's war time vessels, 45c, the Light Cruiser: HMAS Sydney II, she was lost with all hands in November, 1941, after encountering a disguised German raider, both ships were sunk, the Sydney was found on 16th March 2008 at 26° 14' 37" S 111° 13' 03" E, about 207km (128 miles) from the west coast (Steep Point) of Western Australia; 85c, the Corvette Class (Minesweeper): HMAS Bathurst, she was commissioned on 6 December, 1940, she was very active during the war years, in her career she steamed some 160,165 miles, she was eventually sold for scrap on 21 June, 1948; $1.05, Tribal Class Destroyer: HMAS Arunta, she was constructed at Cockatoo Island Dockyard, being completed on 30 April,1942, she served all during the wars years, then during the occupation of Japan, the Korean War and also as part of the Strategic Reserve Force, she sank off the coast of N.S.W. in 1969 after being sold for scrap; $1.20, the Hospital Ship: Centaur, she was a passenger ship converted to a hospital ship, the Japanese submarine 1-177 sank her off the coast of Morton Island, Queensland on 14 May, 1943, of the 332 crew only 64 survived, the wreck was discovered on 20 December, 2009, in each sheet, the ships crest is printed between the gutter pairs.
(Specimen supplied by Russell Walsh of California), two of the stamps below (1142 & 1144) were reproduced on 21 April, 2005 as a sheetlet being a part of the Australia and War Prestige Booklet issue (page 15).
Issued 7 April with perforation 13.86 x 14.6
 
1142-1-1 45c Cruiser HMAS Sydney II;
1143-1-1 85c Bathurst Class Corvette HMAS Bathurst;
1144-1-1 $1.05 Tribal Class Destroyer HMAS Arunta;
1145-1-1 $1.20 Hospital Ship Centaur;
1145-1-1 SPEC $1.20 Hospital Ship Centaur SPECIMEN

Birthday of Queen Elizabeth II
Designer: Dianne Cook, Australia Post Graphic Design - Photography: B. Beirne - Printer: Cambec Press
This issue celebrates the 67th birthday of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II.
Issued 7 April with perforation 14.6 x 13.86
1146-1-1 45c Queen Elizabeth II

Threatened Species Booklet
Overprinted
Australian Stamp Exhibition 1993 - Taipei
Designer: Betina Ogden - Printer: Printset Cambec Pty Ltd
The original issue (Parts 1 & 2) were both, issued January, 1992, this release was overprinted for the Taipei Exhibition '93, April, 1993 (below). The Booklets & Sheetlets were only printed by Printset Cambec Pty. Ltd., by photo-litho, two other overprints of the $4.50 booklet were produced for the Brisbane Stamp Show, June, 1992  & the Kuala Lumpur '92, Exhibition, September, 1992, the $2.25 Sheetlet was also overprinted for the Colombian World Stamp Expo, Chicago '92, May, 1992, a Counter Printed variety (Part 3) was also released June, 1993 (seven issues down).
Issued 23 April with perforation Die-cut Simulated
1081-1-2_1086-1-2a BK OP3 $4.50 Booklet Cover
Overprinted Australian Stamp Exhibition 1993 - Taipei

Wetlands & Waterways Booklet
Overprinted
Australian Stamp Exhibition 1993, Kaohsiung
Designer: Sue Passmore Printer: Leigh-Mardon Pty. Ltd.
This issue based on Australian Wetlands was released in January, 1992, with 14.5 x Imperforate, perforation in the initial & then first reprint (1992 also), then 13.88 x Imperforate for the second reprint (1994, but listed with the January, 1992 issues). There were four overprints: Canberra Stamp Show, March, 1992; Columbian World Stamp Expo, Chicago '92, May, 1992; Australian Stamp Exhibition '93, Kaohsiung, April, 1993 (below); Queensland Stamp & Coin Show, June 1994.
(It has been reported that booklets were issuedoverprinted for Kaohsiung with the 13.88 perforation), but I have not confirmed this.
Issued 30 April with perforation 14.5 x Imperforate
1089-1-1_1090-1-1a BK OP3 $2 Booklet Cover
Overprinted Australian Stamp Exhibition, Kaohsiung '93

Working Life in the 1890's
Designer: G. Hogg - Printer: McPherson Printing
This issue shows a series of occupations during the 1890's on four stamps; 45c, Baker, Bootmaker & Shearing; 45c, Clothing Trade, Stevedoring; $1, Blacksmith, Telephonist & Domestic; $1.20, Carpenters & Stone Masonry.
Issued 7 May with perforation 14.6 x 13.86

1147-1-1 45c Baking, Bootmaking & Shearing;
1148-1-1 45c Seamtress's & Stevedoring;
1149-1-1 $1 Blacksmith, Telephonist & Domestic;
1150-1-1 $1.20 Carpentry & Stone Masonry

Thinking of You Booklet
Overprinted
Australian Stamp Exhibition 1993, Taichung
Designer: Priscilla Cutter - Printer: Leigh-Mardon Pty. Ltd.
This is Issue 3, Part 2 of the "Thinking of You" series, Issue 1, February 1990; Issue 2, September, 1990; Issue 3, January, 1992; overprinted for the Australian Stamp Exhibition, Taichung '93, May 1993 (below), this booklet was overprinted on both the 2k & 3k reprints for this exhibition.
Issued 7 May with perforation 14.4 x 14.6/Imperforate
1088-1-2a BK OP $4.50 Booklet Cover
Overprinted Australian Stamp Exhibition 1993 - Taichung

Trains
Part 1
Lick & Stick
Designer: Sue Passmore - Illustrator: John Richards - Printer: Printset Cambec
This release is listed in two parts, Lick & Stick & Peel & Stick, (listed separately for convenience) Part 1 (below), features the six stamps in Se-tenant form; train signal lights are printed in the gutter between pairs, the six designs feature some of Australia's notable trains, Part 2 (next listing) is the Peel & Stick version.
Issued 1 June with perforation 13.85 x 14.6

1151-1-1 45c Tasmania's Centenary Special;
1152-1-1 45c Spirit of Progress;
1153-1-1 45c Western Endeavour;
1154-1-1 45c Silver City Comet;
1155-1-1 45c Kuranga Tourist Train;
1156-1-1 45c The Ghan
1151-1-1_1156-1-1 SS Se-tenant Block of Six

Trains
Part 2
Peel & Stick
Designer: Sue Passmore - Illustrator: John Richards - Printer: Printset Cambec
This release is listed in two parts, Lick & Stick & Peel & Stick, (listed separately for convenience) Part 2, features the six stamps in Rolls (Box) of 100 & Booklets of 10, the Booklet of 10 was also overprinted for the 6th Asian International Philatelic Exhibition, Surabaya, Indonesia INDOPEX '93, 6 June, 1993, (below), the Queensland Stamp & Coin Show, Brisbane '93, 12-14 June 1993 (below), Australia's First Peel & Stick Commemorative Stamps, 12 June, 1993 (which I do not have a copy of at present) (all below).
Issued 1 June with perforation Die-cut Simulated
  
1151-1-2 45c Tasmania's Centenary Special;
1152-1-2 45c Spirit of Progress;
1153-1-2 45c Western Endeavour;
1154-1-2 45c Silver City Comet;
1155-1-2 45c Kuranga Tourist Train;
1156-1-2 45c The Ghan
1151-1-2_1156-1-2 SS Peel & Stick Strip of Six
  
1151-1-2_1156-1-2a BK $4.50 Booklet Cover
1151-1-2_1156-1-2a BK OP1 $4.50 Booklet Cover Overprinted INDOPEX '93 Issued 6 June
1151-1-2_1156-1-2a BK OP2 $4.50 Booklet Cover Overprinted Qld Stamp & Coin Show '93 Issued 12 June
1151-1-2_1156-1-2a BK OP3 $4.50 Booklet Cover Overprinted Australia's First Peel & Stick Commemorative Stamps Issued 12 June

Frama Labels
Australian Fauna - Emu
Overprinted
QLD '93 Queensland Stamp & Coin Show,
12-14 June, 1993
Vending Machine Issue
Designer: Cozzonlino/Ellett Design D'Vision Pty. Ltd. - Printer: Leigh-Mardon Pty. Ltd.
This label, the seventh in the Australian fauna series (the Emu) was overprinted six times.
There have been a number of issues of Frama Labels,
Issued 12 June with perforation Imperforate
1087-3-9 OP 45c Emu Frama Overprinted QLD '93

Threatened Species
Series 2, Part 1
Counter Printed
Literal: NPC1
National Philatelic Centre
Designer: Betina Ogden - Printer: Pemara Labels
The original issue (Series 1, Parts 1 & 2) were both, issued January, 1992, this release a part of Series 2, is the Counter Printed variety (there were 6 issues over 5 locations), this issue although the same basic design as the Threatened Species (Series 1, Parts 1 & 2), this set is different, the stamps are longer than the previous issue, values were different as these stamps could be printed with any value between 45c and $100.00, a Literal was also printed to identify where the stamp was purchased, (I.E. the National Philatelic Centre, Melbourne being NPC1, as shown below), this set of six Counter Printed stamps were printed at five locations: Part 1, NPC1, National Philatelic Centre, Melbourne, Victoria on 21 June, 1993 (below); Part 2, ACT 93, Parliament House, Canberra, A.C.T. on 23 October, 1993; Part 3, RX1, Royal Exchange, Sydney, N.S.W. on 8 November, 1993; Part 4, CPH1, Canberra Parliament House, Canberra, A.C.T. on 20 December, 1993; and two sets for the Parts Parts 5 & 6, PhilaKorea Exhibition, Seoul, Korea 19-25 August, 1994.
Issued 21 June with perforation Die-cut Simulated
  
1081-2-1 CP 45c Parma Wallaby, literal: NPC1;
1082-2-1 CP 45c Ghost Bat, literal: NPC1;
1083-2-1 CP 45c Long-tailed Dunnart, literal: NPC1;
1084-2-1 CP 45c Little Pigmy-possum, literal: NPC1;
1085-2-1 CP 45c Dusky Hopping-mouse, literal: NPC1;
1086-2-1 CP 45c Squirrel Glider, literal: NPC1

Aboriginal Australia
International Year of Indigenous People
Part 3
Designer: Lynette Brown, Australia Post Graphic Design - Printer: McPherson's Printing
To celebrate the International Year of Indigenous People, (1993) Australia Post produced three issues, the designs for this issue (Part 3) were based on four Aboriginal Artists work; 45c, Black Cockatoo Feather by Fiona Foley; 75c, Ngarrgooroon Country by Hector Jandany; $1, Ngak Ngak by Ginger Riley Munduwalawala; $1.05, Untiled by Robert Cole, the three issues were; Part 1, January, 1993 (fourteen issues up); Part 2, February, 1993 (thirteen issues up) & Part 3, July, 1993 (below), International Year of Indigenous People was printed in the gutter of each sheet.
(Specimen supplied by Russell Walsh of California)
Issued 1 July with perforation as below
   
1157-1-1 45c Black Cockatoo Feather, perforation 14.6 x 13.88;
1158-1-1 75c Ngarrgooroon Country, perforation 13.88 x 14.6;
1159-1-1 $1 Ngak Ngak, perforation 13.88 x 14.6;
1160-1-1 $1.05 Untitled, perforation 14.6 x 13.88;
1160-1-1 SPEC $1.05 Untitled, SPECIMEN
 
Wetlands Conservation - Duck Stamp
Australian National Parks & Wildlife Service 
Australian Wood Duck 
Cinderella
Artist: Robin Hill - Printer: Northern Territory Government
This stamp is a Cinderella and is NOT valid for use as a postage stamp, the stamp has a $10 value and is used for entry to the Kakadu National Park and or fundraising for the service, the design is an Australian Wood Duck or Maned Duck (Chenonetta jubata), Australia Post has offered these entry stamps for sale to collectors only as they cannot be used for postage, orders placed with Australia Post will be filled by the Australian Wildlife Fund.
Issued 1 July, 1993
 
I will list this stamp as soon as I work out a numbering system as I intend to list all Australian National Parks & Wildlife stamps, but as Cinderella's and under theme's.

Australian Wildlife Definitives
Series 4
Designer: S. Morvell - Printer: Owen King Pty. Ltd.
This issues designs show the: 40c, Platypus; 70c, Kookaburra; 90c, Eastern Grey Kangaroo & the $1.20, Pink Cockatoo.
There have been seven Australian Wildlife releases:Series 1, August, 1986; Series 2, July, 1987, Series 3, August, 1992, Series 4, August, 1993 (below), Series 5, March, 1994 ; Series 6, Part 1, May, 1994; Series 6, Part 2, May, 1994; Series 7, Part 1, November, 1994; Series 7, Part 2, November, 1994; Series 7, Part 3, March, 1999; Series 7, Part 4, August, 2003; Series 7, Part 5, August, 2003; Series 7, Part 6, January, 2004; Series 7, Part 7, February, 2004; Series 7, Part 8, May, 2004; Series 7, Part 9, September, 2004Series 1, August, 1986; Series 2, July, 1987; Series 3, August, 1992; Series 4, August, 1993 ; Series 5, March, 1994; Series 6, Parts 1 & 2, May, 1994; Series 6, Part 3, November, 1994.          Series 7 are the Counter Printed range, as although they are the same designs as Series 6, the stamps are longer and a literal is printed at the bottom for the different Expo's or stamp shows.        Reprints 70c, 1k 1994, 2k 1995, 3k 1997, 4k 1997, 1R 1997; 90c, 1k 1995; $1.20, 1k 1995, 2k 1996, 3k 1997, 4k 1997.
Issued 12 August with perforation 14 x 14.4

1161-1-1 40c Platypus;
1162-1-1 70c Kookaburra;
1163-1-1 90c Kangaroo;
1164-1-1 $1.20 Pink Cockatoo

90th Inter-Parliamentary Conference, Canberra & 50th Anniversary of Women in Federal Parliament
Part 1
Designer: Dianne Cook, Australia Post Graphic Design - Printer: Leigh-Mardon Pty. Ltd.
This issue celebrates two milestones the pane was printed with 9 Women in Federal Parliament in the centre, surrounded by 16 Inter-Parliamentary Conference stamps, the sheet was also printed in reverse with 16 Women & 9 Inter-Parliamentary Conference stamps on the 20 November 1993.
Issued 2 September with perforation 14.28 x 14.22

1165-1-1 45c 90th Inter-Parliamentary Conference, Canberra;
1166-1-1 45c 50th Anniversary of Women in Federal Parliament;
1165-1-1_1166-1-1 SS Se-tenant Pair
1165-1-1_1166-1-1 PC Complete Pane

Frama Labels
Australian Fauna - Emu
Overprinted
WAPEX '93 National Gold Centenary Stamp Exhibition,
22 September, 1993
Vending Machine Issue
Designer: Cozzonlino/Ellett Design D'Vision Pty. Ltd. - Printer: Leigh-Mardon Pty. Ltd.
This label, the seventh in the Australian fauna series (the Emu) was overprinted six times.
There have been a number of issues of Frama Labels.
Issued 22 September with perforation Imperforate
1087-4-9 OP 50c Emu Frama Overprinted WAPEX '93
 
Australia's Dinosaur Era
Part 1
Lick & Stick
Designer: P. Trusler - Printer: McPherson's Printing
This Lick & Stick issue lists a number of dinosaurs found in Australia, 45c, Ornithocheirus sp., a pterodactyloid, it has no tail, but does have a mouth full of teeth;  45c, Leaellynasaura amicagraphica, was a small herbivorous ornithopod dinosaur; 45c, Allosaurus sp., was a predator that walked on two legs; 45c, Timimus hermani, an ostrich-like dinosaur had long thin legs; 75c, Muttaburrasaurus langdoni, a huge plant eating creature, with bird like feet, that walked on its rear legs; $1.05, Minmi paravertebrata, a small armoured dinosaur; a miniature sheet with all six Dinosaurs was also released, with a perforation of 14.4, the miniature sheet was also overprinted for the World Philatelic Exhibition, Bangkok, 1-10 October, 1993; and the Sydney Stamp and Coin Show, 15-17 October, 1993 (both shown below). 
This issue was also the beginning of the Stamp Collecting Month issues.
Issued 1 October with perforation as below
  
1167-1-1 45c Ornithocheirus, perforation 14 x 14.4;
1168-1-1 45c Leaellynasaura, perforation 14.4 x 14;
1169-1-1 45c Allosaurus, perforation 14.6 x 13.88;
1170-1-1 45c Timimus, perforation 14.6 x 13.88;
1171-1-1 75c Muttaburrasaurus, perforation 14 x 14.4;
1172-1-1 $1.05 Minmi, perforation 14.4 x 14
 
1167-1-2_1172-1-2 MS Miniature Sheet all perforations 14.4
  
1167-1-2 45c Ornithocheirus, Miniature Sheet Stamp, perforation 14.4;
1168-1-2 45c Leaellynasaura, Miniature Sheet Stamp, perforation 14.4;
1169-1-2 45c Allosaurus,Miniature Sheet Stamp, perforation 14.4;
1170-1-2 45c Timimus,Miniature Sheet Stamp, perforation 14.4;
1171-1-2 75c Muttaburrasaurus, Miniature Sheet Stamp, perforation 14.4;
1172-1-2 $1.05 Minmi,Miniature Sheet Stamp, perforation 14.4
Miniature Sheet Below Issued 1 October
1167-1-2_1172-1-2 MS OP1 Miniature Sheet Overprinted World Philatelic Exhibition - Bangkok
Miniature Sheet Below Issued 15 October
 
1167-1-2_1172-1-2 MS OP2 Miniature Sheet Overprinted Sydney Stamp & Coin Show

Australia's Dinosaur Era
Part 2
Peel & Stick
Designer: P. Trusler - Printer: McPherson's Printing
This Peel & Stick issue only lists two of the 45c dinosaurs found in Australia, the 45c, Ornithocheirus sp., a pterodactyloid, it has no tail, but does have a mouth full of teeth; and the 45c, Leaellynasaura amicagraphica, it was a small herbivorous ornithopod dinosaur, this pair was released in Booklets of 10, Boxes of 100 & 200, the booklet was also overprinted for the Sydney Stamp & Coin Show, 15-17 October, 1993 (below).
Issued 1 October with perforation Die-cut Simulated

1167-1-3 45c Ornithocheirus;
1168-1-3 45c Leaellynasaura

1167-1-3_1168-1-3a BK $4.50 Booklet Cover;
1167-1-3_1168-1-3a BK OP1 $4.50 Booklet Cover
Overprinted Sydney Stamp & Coin Show Issued 15 October
 
Frama Labels
Australian Fauna - Emu
Overprinted
DINO '93 Queensland ASDA Stamp & Coin Show,
22-24 October, 1993
Vending Machine Issue
Designer: Cozzonlino/Ellett Design D'Vision Pty. Ltd. - Printer: Leigh-Mardon Pty. Ltd.
This label, the seventh in the Australian fauna series (the Emu) was overprinted six times.
There have been a number of issues of Frama Labels,
Issued 22 October with perforation Imperforate
1087-5-9 OP 45c Emu Frama Overprinted DINO '93
 
Threatened Species
Series 2, Part 2
Counter Printed
Literal: ACT93
Parliament House, Canberra, A.C.T.
Designer: Betina Ogden - Printer: Pemara Labels
The original issue (Series 1, Parts 1 & 2) were both, issued January, 1992, this release a part of Series 2, is the Counter Printed variety (there were 6 issues over 5 locations), this issue although the same basic design as the Threatened Species (Series 1, Parts 1 & 2), this set is different, the stamps are longer than the previous issue, values were different as these stamps could be printed with any value between 45c and $100.00, a Literal was also printed to identify where the stamp was purchased, (I.E. the National Philatelic Centre, Melbourne being NPC1), this set of six Counter Printed stamps were printed at five locations:: Part 1, NPC1, National Philatelic Centre, Melbourne, Victoria on 21 June, 1993; Part 2, ACT 93, Parliament House, Canberra, A.C.T. on 23 October, 1993 (below); Part 3, RX1, Royal Exchange, Sydney, N.S.W. on 8 November, 1993; Part 4, CPH1, Canberra Parliament House, Canberra, A.C.T. on 20 December, 1993; and two sets for the Parts Parts 5 & 6, PhilaKorea Exhibition, Seoul, Korea 19-25 August, 1994.
These images supplied courtesy of Steve Irwin Stamps – Fine Quality Australian & New Zealand Stamps Online
Issued 23 October with perforation Die-cut Simulated

1081-3-1 CP 45c Parma Wallaby, literal: ACT93;
1082-3-1 CP 45c Ghost Bat, literal: ACT93;
1083-3-1 CP 45c Long-tailed Dunnart, literal: ACT93;
1084-3-1 CP 45c Little Pigmy-possum, literal: ACT93;
1085-3-1 CP 45c Dusky Hopping-mouse, literal: ACT93;
1086-3-1 CP 45c Squirrel Glider, literal: ACT93

Christmas 1993
Designer: S. Harman, Australia Post Graphic Design - Printer: McPherson's Printing
This Christmas issue of three stamps conveys the message proclaimed by the angels, 40c, Goodwill; 45c, Joy; $1, Peace, an $8 booklet with 20 x 40c stamps was also released, the booklet was also overprinted for the S.C.D.A.A. Christmas Dinner (below).
Issued 1 November with perforation as below

1173-1-1 40c Goodwill, perforation 14.6 x 13.88;
1173-1-2 40c Goodwill,Booklet Stamp, perforation 14.6 x 13.88/Imperforate;
1174-1-1 45c Joy, perforation 14.6 x 13.88;
1175-1-1 $1 Peace, perforation 14.6 x 13.88
1173-1-2a BK $8 Booklet Cover (20 x 40c stamps)
1173-1-2a BK OP $8 Booklet Cover Overprinted S.C.D.A.A. Christmas Dinner 1993

Threatened Species
Series 2, Part 3
Counter Printed
Literal:RX1
Royal Exchange, Sydney
Designer: Betina Ogden - Printer: Pemara Labels
The original issue (Series 1, Parts 1 & 2) were both, issued January, 1992, this release a part of Series 2, is the Counter Printed variety (there were 6 issues over 5 locations), this issue although the same basic design as the Threatened Species (Series 1, Parts 1 & 2), this set is different, the stamps are longer than the previous issue, values were different as these stamps could be printed with any value between 45c and $100.00, a Literal was also printed to identify where the stamp was purchased, (I.E. the National Philatelic Centre, Melbourne being NPC1), this set of six Counter Printed stamps were printed at five locations: Part 1, NPC1, National Philatelic Centre, Melbourne, Victoria on 21 June, 1993; Part 2, ACT 93, Parliament House, Canberra, A.C.T. on 23 October, 1993; Part 3, RX1, Royal Exchange, Sydney, N.S.W. on 8 November, 1993 (below); Part 4, CPH1, Canberra Parliament House, Canberra, A.C.T. on 20 December, 1993; and two sets for the Parts Parts 5 & 6, PhilaKorea Exhibition, Seoul, Korea 19-25 August, 1994.
These images supplied courtesy of Steve Irwin Stamps – Fine Quality Australian & New Zealand Stamps Online
Issued 8 November with perforation Die-cut Simulated

1081-4-1 CP 45c Parma Wallaby, literal: RX1;
1082-4-1 CP 45c Ghost Bat, literal: RX1;
1083-4-1 CP 45c Long-tailed Dunnart, literal: RX1;
1084-4-1 CP 45c Little Pigmy-possum, literal: RX1;
1085-4-1 CP 45c Dusky Hopping-mouse, literal: RX1;
1086-4-1 CP 45c Squirrel Glider, literal: RX1
 
90th Inter-Parliamentary Conference, Canberra & 50th Anniversary of Women in Federal Parliament
Part 2
Designer: Dianne Cook, Australia Post Graphic Design - Printer: Leigh-Mardon Pty. Ltd.
This issue is the reverse pane with 16 Women & Inter-Parliamentary Conference stamps in the centre, the original issue was on 2 September 1993.
Issued 20 November with perforation 14.28 x 14.22
1165-1-1_1166-1-1 PCR Complete Reverse Pane
 
Threatened Species
Series 2, Part 4
Counter Printed
Literal: CPH1
Canberra Parliament House
Designer: Betina Ogden - Printer: Pemara Labels
The original issue (Series 1, Parts 1 & 2) were both, issued January, 1992, this release a part of Series 2, is the Counter Printed variety (there were 6 issues over 5 locations), this issue although the same basic design as the Threatened Species (Series 1, Parts 1 & 2), this set is different, the stamps are longer than the previous issue, values were different as these stamps could be printed with any value between 45c and $100.00, a Literal was also printed to identify where the stamp was purchased, (I.E. the National Philatelic Centre, Melbourne being NPC1), this set of six Counter Printed stamps were printed at five locations: Part 1, NPC1, National Philatelic Centre, Melbourne, Victoria on 21 June, 1993; Part 2, ACT 93, Parliament House, Canberra, A.C.T. on 23 October, 1993; Part 3, RX1, Royal Exchange, Sydney, N.S.W. on 8 November, 1993; Part 4, CPH1, Canberra Parliament House, Canberra, A.C.T. on 20 December, 1993 (below); and two sets Parts 5 & 6, PhilaKorea, Korean Stamp Exhibition, Seoul, Korea 19-25 August, 1994.
These images supplied courtesy of Steve Irwin Stamps – Fine Quality Australian & New Zealand Stamps Online
Issued 20 December with perforation Die-cut Simulated
     
1081-5-1 CP 45c Parma Wallaby, literal: CPH1;
1082-5-1 CP 45c Ghost Bat, literal: CPH1;
1083-5-1 CP 45c Long-tailed Dunnart, literal: CPH1;
1084-5-1 CP 45c Little Pigmy-possum, literal: CPH1;
1085-5-1 CP 45c Dusky Hopping-mouse, literal: CPH1;
1086-5-1 CP 45c Squirrel Glider, literal: CPH1