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1995 Issues
 
Australia Day
Designer: Allnutt Graphics Pty. Ltd. - Printer: Leigh-Mardon Pty. Ltd.
The designs for these four stamps were based on four paintings; 45c, "Back Veranda" by Russell Drysdale; 45c, "Skull Spring's Country" by Guy Grey-Smith; $1.05, "Outcamp" Robert Juniper; $1.20, Kite Flying by Ian Fairweather.
Issued 12 January with perforation 14.82 x 14.7

1228-1-1 45c Back Veranda;
1229-1-1 45c Skull Spring's Country;
1230-1-1 $1.05 Outcamp;
1231-1-1 $1.20 Kite Flying

St. Valentine's Day
Designer: Kim Roberts - Printer: Printset Cambec Pty. Ltd. with Avon Graphics
The gold embellishment was effected by Avon Graphics, produced as a Se-tenant strip, the three designs have a common theme "Hearts & Roses", the Se-tenant pair combination of 1232 & 1234 were never made available together as Se-tenant pairs, just two combinations of 1232 with 1233 & 1233 with 1234 and of course the three together as below.
Issued 30 January with perforation 14.6 x 13.86
  
1232-1-1 45c Red Heart & Rose;
1233-1-1 45c Red/Gold Heart & Rose;
1234-1-1 45c Gold Heart & Rose

1232-1-1_1234-1-1 SS Se-tenant Strip of Three

Endeavour Replica
Designer: M. Gauci - Printer: McPherson's Printing
This issue celebrates the reproduction of Cook's Endeavour, the sheet stamps are both the Endeavour replica & Cook's Endeavour, both with a 45c value, with perforation 13.86 x 14.6, while there are changes to the booklets stamps, both stamps are larger in format, with the Cook's Endeavour remaining at 45c in value, and the Endeavour Replica, dropping in value to 20c (in order to maintain the $2 value in booklet form (Booklet includes 4 x 45c + 1 x 20c), also the perforation changed to 13.86 x Imperforate, the $2 booklet was also overprinted for the Rotary District 9640 Warwick Conference, 9 to 11 April, 1999. Two Se-tenant pairs were available from the sheet stamps (one vertical & one horizontal) with both designs valued at 45c each and one in the booklet stamps with the two stamps valued at 20c & 45c respectfully.
Issued 9 February with perforation as below

1235-1-1 45c Endeavour Replica, perforation 13.86 x 14.6;
1236-1-1 45c Cook's Endeavour, perforation 13.86 x 14.6;
1235-1-2 20c Endeavour Replica Booklet Stamp, perforation 13.86 x Imperforate;
1236-1-2 45c Cook's Endeavour Booklet Stamp, perforation 13.86 x Imperforate
 
1235-1-1_1236-1-1a SS Horizontal Se-tenant Pair (2 x 45c)
1235-1-1_1236-1-1b SS Vertical Se-tenant Pair (2 x 45c)

1235-1-2_1236-1-2 SS Se-tenant Pair Booklet stamps (1 x 20c & 1 x 45c)

1235-1-2_1236-1-2a BK $2 Booklet Cover
 
Australian Wildlife
Counter Printed Peel & Stick
literal: AUSTRAPEX '95
Series 8, Part 1
Designer: Janet Boschen, Australia Post Graphic Design – Printer: Permara Labels
This issue of Counter Printed stamps were produced at the AUSTRAPEX '95, the London Stamp Exhibition 1995.  This issues designs are basically the same as Series 6, Part 2, but the stamps are longer with any value from 45c to $100 available & the identifying post office/Exhibition printed on the stamp.
There have been a number of Counter Printed stamps in this design, starting at Series 7; Series 7, parts 1 through 7, issued during 1994;Series 8, parts 1 through 6, issued during 1995; Series 9, part 1, issued June, 1996; Series 10, parts 1 through 6, issued during 1997; Series 11, parts 1 through 4, issued during 1998; Series 12, parts 1 through 7, issued during 1999; Series 13, parts 1 & 2, issued during 2000; Series 14, parts 1 through 4, issued during 2001; Series 15, parts 1 through 3, issued during 2002; Series 16, parts 1 through 5, issued during 2003; Series 17, parts 1 through 7, issued during 2004; Series 18, parts 1 through 3, issued during 2005; Series 19, parts 1 & 2, issued during 2006; Series 20, during 2007, I am not aware of any at present; Series 21, during 2008, I am not aware of any at present; Series 22, parts 1 & 2, during 2009; Series 23, parts 1 through 5, issued during 2010; Series 24, during 2011, I am not aware of any at present; Series 25, part 1, March 2012.
Series 7 onward 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.
Issued 28 February with perforation Die-cut simulated
    
1195-3-1 CP Red Kangaroo, literal AUSTRAPEX '95;
1196-3-1 CP Kangaroo & Joey, literal AUSTRAPEX '95;
1197-3-1 CP Eastern Grey Kangaroos, literal AUSTRAPEX '95;
1198-3-1 CP Koala Family, literal AUSTRAPEX '95;
1199-3-1 CP Koala on Ground, literal AUSTRAPEX '95;
1200-3-1 CP Koala in Tree, literal AUSTRAPEX '95

Australian Wildlife
Counter Printed Peel & Stick
literal: ADEL G.P.O.
Series 8, Part 2
Designer: Janet Boschen, Australia Post Graphic Design – Printer: Permara Labels
This issue of Counter Printed stamps were produced at the Adelaide G.P.O.  This issues designs are basically the same as Series 6, Part 2, but the stamps are longer with any value from 45c to $100 available & the identifying post office/Exhibition printed on the stamp.
There have been a number of Counter Printed stamps in this design, starting at Series 7; Series 7, parts 1 through 7, issued during 1994;Series 8, parts 1 through 6, issued during 1995; Series 9, part 1, issued June, 1996; Series 10, parts 1 through 6, issued during 1997; Series 11, parts 1 through 4, issued during 1998; Series 12, parts 1 through 7, issued during 1999; Series 13, parts 1 & 2, issued during 2000; Series 14, parts 1 through 4, issued during 2001; Series 15, parts 1 through 3, issued during 2002; Series 16, parts 1 through 5, issued during 2003; Series 17, parts 1 through 7, issued during 2004; Series 18, parts 1 through 3, issued during 2005; Series 19, parts 1 & 2, issued during 2006; Series 20, during 2007, I am not aware of any at present; Series 21, during 2008, I am not aware of any at present; Series 22, parts 1 & 2, during 2009; Series 23, parts 1 through 5, issued during 2010; Series 24, during 2011, I am not aware of any at present; Series 25, part 1, March 2012.
Series 7 onward 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.
These images supplied courtesy of Steve Irwin Stamps - Fine Quality Australian & New Zealand Stamps Online
Issued 1 March with perforation Die-cut simulated
    
1195-3-2 CP Red Kangaroo, literal ADEL GPO (Adelaide GPO);
1196-3-2 CP Kangaroo & Joey, literal ADEL GPO (Adelaide GPO);
1197-3-2 CP Eastern Grey Kangaroos, literal ADEL GPO (Adelaide GPO);
1198-3-2 CP Koala Family, literal ADEL GPO (Adelaide GPO);
1199-3-2 CP Koala on Ground, literal ADEL GPO (Adelaide GPO);
1200-3-2 CP Koala in Tree, literal ADEL GPO (Adelaide GPO)
 
Fifty Years of the National Trust
Designer: Janet Boschen, Australia Post Graphic Design Studio - Printer: Note Printing Australia
This issue celebrates 50 years that the national trust has been in operation, preserving the past for future generations to admire, the two 45c stamps were produced Se-tenant, all were produced by Intaglio printing at the Note Printing Branch.
Issued 16 March with perforation 13.86 x 14.6
  
1237-1-1 45c Plate & Clock;
1238-1-1 45c Doll & Chair;
1237-1-1_1238-1-1 SS Se-tenant Pair

1239-1-1 $1 Teapot & Statuette;
1240-1-1 $2 Bowl & Urn

Opals
Designer: Sue Passmore, Australia Post Graphic Design - Printer: Printset Cambec Pty Ltd., with Avon Graphics for the Gold Embossing
This issue highlights Opals, the design shows the diversity of opals, light & dark, I have heard them referred to as fire opals, because it took the intense fires within the earth to produce them, Australia's Opal mines produce some of the most beautiful Opals in the world.
Issued 5 April with perforation 14.4 x 14

1241-1-1 $1.20 Light Opals;
1242-1-1 $2.50 Black Opals

Queen's Birthday
Designer: Nuttshell Graphics - Printer: Leigh-Mardon Pty. Ltd.
This issue celebrates the 69th birthday of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II, the design is a photograph of a very happy & smiling Queen Elizabeth II.
Issued 20 April with perforation 14.6 x 14.4

1243-1-1 45c Queen Elizabeth II

Australia Remembers
Lick & Stick
Issue 1, Part 1

Designer: Sue Passmore, Australia Post Graphic Design - Printer: McPherson's Printing

Australia Remembers focuses on the Anzac tradition, we remember our fallen fathers, brothers, mates, the ones who made peace a reality by sacrificing their all, Sir Edward Dunlop, Soldier Sergeant, Mrs. Jessie Vasey, War Widow's Guild; Tom Derrick, Sergeant; Rawdon Middleton, Flight Sergeant, the Victoria Cross, Prisoners of War Association badge, Australia Remembers Logo & the War Widows' Guild badge appear in the gutter, this is Issue 1, Part 1, there were two issues of this type, in three parts, Issue 1, Part 1, April, 1995 (below); Issue 1, Part 2, April, 1995 (one issue down); Issue 2, August, 1995 (seven issues down)
, three of the stamps below (1244, 1246 & 1247, along with 1256 from the August issue) were reproduced on 21 April, 2005 as a sheetlet being a part of the Australia and War Prestige Booklet issue (page 24), in addition, one of the stamps below (1245 along with 1258, from the August issue) were reproduced on 21 April, 2005 as a sheetlet being a part of the Australia and War Prestige Booklet issue (page 33).
Issued 20 April with perforation 14.62 x 13.86
 
1244-1-1 45c Sir Edward "Weary" Dunlop;
1245-1-1 45c Mrs Jessie Vasey;
1246-1-1 45c Tom "Diver" Derrick;
1247-1-1 45c Rawdon Middleton

1244-1-1_1247-1-1 SS Se-tenant Block of Four

Australia Remembers
Peel & Stick
Issue 1, Part 2

Designer: Sue Passmore, Australia Post Graphic Design - Printer: Printset Cambec Pty. Ltd.
This is Issue 1, Part 2, it is the same as the above issue except for the perforation & a slightly larger border, it was released as boxes of 100 & booklets of 10, there were two issues of this type, in three parts, Issue 1, Part 1, April, 1995 (one issue up); Issue 1, Part 2 April, 1995 (below); Issue 2, August, 1995 (six issues down).
Issued 20 April with perforation Die-cut Simulated

1244-1-2 45c Sir Edward "Weary" Dunlop;
1245-1-2 45c Mrs Jessie Vasey;
1246-1-2 45c Tom "Diver" Derrick;
1247-1-2 45c Rawdon Middleton

1244-1-2_1247-1-2a BK $4.50 Booklet Cover

50th Anniversary of the United Nations
Designer: FHA Design - Printer: McPherson's Printing
This issue is a common stamp (50 years) with four different tabs, The United Nations Unified for a Better World (UN Tab); Food and Agriculture Organisation of the United Nations (FAO Tab); United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organisation (UNESCO Tab); United Nations Children's Fund (UNICEF Tab), the issue was released in Se-tenant form.
Issued 11 May with perforation 13.86 x 14.6
  
1248-1-1 45c 50 Years United Nations 1995 without tab;
1248-1-2 45c The United Nations Unified for a Better World tab;
1248-1-3 45c Food & Agriculture Organisation of the United Nations tab;
1248-1-4 45c United Nations Educational, Scientific & Cultural Organisation tab;
1248-1-5 45c United Nations Children's Fund tab

1248-1-2_1248-1-5 SS Se-tenant Block of Four

As from this time (June, 1995) all perforations of Australian stamps are carried out by Sprintpak Pty. Ltd.

Centenary of Cinema
Part 1, Lick & Stick

Designer: John Spatchurst - Printer: McPherson's Printing
Australian Cinema began in 1895, from it's early beginnings, Australian Cinema was grounded with a solid foundation, some wonderful shows and artist's have made Australia a household name around the world, the four designs are,The Story of the Kelly Gang; On Our Selection; Jedda; Picnic at Hanging Rock & Strictly Ballroom, this section was released in Se-tenant form.
Issued 8 June with perforation 14.6 x 13.86

1249-1-1 45c The Story of the Kelly Gang;
1250-1-1 45c On Our Selection;
1251-1-1 45c Jedda;
1252-1-1 45c Picnic at Hanging Rock;
1253-1-1 45c Strictly Ballroom

1249-1-1_1253-1-1 SS Se-tenant Strip of five

Centenary of Cinema
Part 2, Peel & Stick

Designer: John Spatchurst - Printer: Printset Cambec Pty. Ltd.
This issue is Part 2, (part 1 is shown above), the only differences being a wider border & a simulated perforation, this part of the issue was released in boxes of 100 & booklets of 10, the $4.50 booklet was also overprinted for the Queensland Stamp & Coin Show, 10-12 June, 1995 (listed below).
Issued 8 June with perforation Die-cut Simulated

1249-1-2 45c The Story of the Kelly Gang;
1250-1-2 45c On Our Selection;
1251-1-2 45c Jedda;
1252-1-2 45c Picnic at Hanging Rock;
1253-1-2 45c Strictly Ballroom

1249-1-2_1253-1-2a BK $4.50 Booklet Cover;
1249-1-2_1253-1-2a BK OP $4.50 Booklet Cover Overprinted Queensland Stamp & Coin Show

Frama Labels
Australian Fauna - Waratah
Overprinted
CINEMA '95
Vending Machine Issue

Designer: . Robinson - Printer: Leigh-Mardon Pty. Ltd.
This label, the Waratah was overprinted to go with the Centenary of Cinema Series.
There have been a number of issues of Frama Labels,
Issue 5, September, 1988;
Issue 6, September, 1989; overprinted ESSEN Stamp Fair, Germany, April, 1990;
Issue 7, September, 1990; overprinted NORPEX '91, October, 1991;
Issue 8, January, 1992; overprinted NATIONAL '92 for the Brisbane National Stamp Show, June, 1992;
overprinted PEELPEX '92, Tamworth, September, 1992; overprinted QLD '93 for the Queensland Stamp & Coin Show, June, 1993;
overprinted WAPEX '93 for the National Gold Centenary Stamp Exhibition, September, 1993;
overprinted DINO '93 for the Queensland ASDA Stamp & Coin Show, October, 1993; overprinted FAMILY '94, June, 1994;
Issue 9, September, 1994; overprinted ZOOS '94 October, 1994, overprinted AEROPEX '94 November, 1994;
overprinted CINEMA '95, June, 1995; overprinted DOWNUNDER '95, October, 1995;
Issue 10, June, 1996; overprinted Olympics '96 1996; overprinted Dolls & Bears, June, 1997;
Issue 11, October 1999; overprinted AUSTRALIA '99, March, 1999;
Issue 12, Farewell Frama, January, 2003.
Issued 8 June with perforation Imperforate

1215-3-9 OP 45c Frama Overprinted CINEMA '95 (mint)
1215-3-9a OP 30c Frama Overprinted CINEMA '95 (used)

Australian Wildlife
Counter Printed Peel & Stick
literal: Perth G.P.O.
Series 8, Part 3
Designer: Janet Boschen, Australia Post Graphic Design – Printer: Permara Labels
This issue of Counter Printed stamps were produced at the Perth G.P.O.  This issues designs are basically the same as Series 6, Part 2, but the stamps are longer with any value from 45c to $100 available & the identifying post office/Exhibition printed on the stamp.
There have been a number of Counter Printed stamps in this design, starting at Series 7; Series 7, parts 1 through 7, issued during 1994;Series 8, parts 1 through 6, issued during 1995; Series 9, part 1, issued June, 1996; Series 10, parts 1 through 6, issued during 1997; Series 11, parts 1 through 4, issued during 1998; Series 12, parts 1 through 7, issued during 1999; Series 13, parts 1 & 2, issued during 2000; Series 14, parts 1 through 4, issued during 2001; Series 15, parts 1 through 3, issued during 2002; Series 16, parts 1 through 5, issued during 2003; Series 17, parts 1 through 7, issued during 2004; Series 18, parts 1 through 3, issued during 2005; Series 19, parts 1 & 2, issued during 2006; Series 20, during 2007, I am not aware of any at present; Series 21, during 2008, I am not aware of any at present; Series 22, parts 1 & 2, during 2009; Series 23, parts 1 through 5, issued during 2010; Series 24, during 2011, I am not aware of any at present; Series 25, part 1, March 2012.
Series 7 onward 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.
These images supplied courtesy of Steve Irwin Stamps - Fine Quality Australian & New Zealand Stamps Online
Issued 26 June with perforation Die-cut simulated
    
1195-3-3 CP Red Kangaroo, literal PERTH GPO;
1196-3-3 CP Kangaroo & Joey, literal PERTH GPO;
1197-3-3 CP Eastern Grey Kangaroos, literal PERTH GPO;
1198-3-3 CP Koala Family, literal PERTH GPO;
1199-3-3 CP Koala on Ground, literal PERTH GPO;
1200-3-3 CP Koala in Tree, literal PERTH GPO

People with Disabilities

Designer: T. Grimwood - Printer: McPherson's Printing
Disabilities come in many forms, but a disability does not make anyone lesser of a person, one may have greater challenges than another, but, no-one is perfect and we are all challenged in one way or another each day of our lives.
Issued 13 July with perforation 14.6 x 13.86

1254-1-1 45c Kite Flying;
1255-1-1 45c Violin Playing;
1254-1-1_1255-1-1 SS Se-tenant Pair

Australia Remembers II
Designer: Sue Passmore, Australia Post Graphic Design - Printer: McPherson's Printing
This issue is Part 2 of Australia Remembers, again listing four remembered service men & women, Leon Goldsworthy, Bomb Disposal; Len Waters, Fighter Pilot; Ellen Savage, Army Nurse; Percy Collins, Ship's Stoker, the George Cross (GC), George Medal (GM), Australia Remembers logo, Distinguished Service Medal (DSM) & the RAAF Wings appear in the gutter, there were two issues of this type, in three parts, Issue 1, Part 1, April, 1995 (seven issues up); Issue 1, Part 2, April, 1995 (six issues up); Issue 2, August, 1995 (below)
, one of the stamps below (1256 along with 1244, 1246 & 1247, from the April issue) were reproduced on 21 April, 2005 as a sheetlet being a part of the Australia and War Prestige Booklet issue (page 24), in addition, one of the stamps below (1258 along with 1245, from the August issue) were reproduced on 21 April, 2005 as a sheetlet being a part of the Australia and War Prestige Booklet issue (page 33).
Issued 10 August with perforation 14.6 x 13.86

1256-1-1 45c Lieutenant-Commander Leon Goldsworthy, GC, DSC, GM, RANVR;
1257-1-1 45c Warrant-Officer Len Waters, RAAF;
1258-1-1 45c Sister Ellen Savage, GM;
1259-1-1 45c Chief Petty Officer Stoker Percy Collins, DSM

1256-1-1_1259-1-1 SS Se-tenant Block of Four

Peace and Victory
Designer: L. Dolan - Original Designers: Frank D. Manley & G. Lissenden - Printer: Note Printing Australia
This issue celebrates the anniversary of Peace & Victory (1945), a Penny Peace Pack was also issued on August 10 to celebrate the 50th Anniversary of Peace in the Pacific, L. Dolan redrew the designs, the originals were designed by Frank D. Manley & G. Lissenden and originally released 18 February 1946.    A special release "Peace Pack" was also released celebrating 50 years of peace, it contains the three stamps above and Black Plate Proofs of the three original 1945 issues plus a 1945 Australian penny.
Issued 10 August with perforation 13.86 x 14.6  14.6 x 13.86
  
1260-1-1 45c Red Peace & Star;
1261-1-1 45c Green Angel;
1262-1-1 $1.50 Blue Australian Flag & Dove of Peace
 
Australian Wildlife
Counter Printed Peel & Stick
literal: Singapore 95
Series 8, Part 4
Designer: Janet Boschen, Australia Post Graphic Design – Printer: Permara Labels
This issue of Counter Printed stamps were produced at the Singapore '95.  This issues designs are basically the same as Series 6, Part 2, but the stamps are longer with any value from 45c to $100 available & the identifying post office/Exhibition printed on the stamp.
There have been a number of Counter Printed stamps in this design, starting at Series 7; Series 7, parts 1 through 7, issued during 1994;Series 8, parts 1 through 6, issued during 1995; Series 9, part 1, issued June, 1996; Series 10, parts 1 through 6, issued during 1997; Series 11, parts 1 through 4, issued during 1998; Series 12, parts 1 through 7, issued during 1999; Series 13, parts 1 & 2, issued during 2000; Series 14, parts 1 through 4, issued during 2001; Series 15, parts 1 through 3, issued during 2002; Series 16, parts 1 through 5, issued during 2003; Series 17, parts 1 through 7, issued during 2004; Series 18, parts 1 through 3, issued during 2005; Series 19, parts 1 & 2, issued during 2006; Series 20, during 2007, I am not aware of any at present; Series 21, during 2008, I am not aware of any at present; Series 22, parts 1 & 2, during 2009; Series 23, parts 1 through 5, issued during 2010; Series 24, during 2011, I am not aware of any at present; Series 25, part 1, March 2012.
Series 7 onward 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.
These images supplied courtesy of Steve Irwin Stamps - Fine Quality Australian & New Zealand Stamps Online
Issued 11 September with perforation Die-cut simulated
    
1195-3-4 CP Red Kangaroo, literal SINGAPORE '95;
1196-3-4 CP Kangaroo & Joey, literal SINGAPORE '95;
1197-3-4 CP Eastern Grey Kangaroos, literal SINGAPORE '95;
1198-3-4 CP Koala Family, literal SINGAPORE '95;
1199-3-4 CP Koala on Ground, literal SINGAPORE '95;
1200-3-4 CP Koala in Tree, literal SINGAPORE '95

Australia & China Joint Issue
Part 1
Sheet Stamps

Typography: Lisa Christensen, Australia Post Graphic Design - Designer: Xu Yanbo, Beijing - Printer: SNP Cambec
This part of the issue was printed in Australia, part 2, the next issue (the miniature Sheet) was printed in China, the Chinese printing also had a different perforation, these two stamps were released in Se-tenant form, if you have one of these stamps with an 11 x 11.33 perforation it is a miniature sheet stamp (see below next listing).
Issued 1 September with perforation 14.4 x 14
  
1263-1-1 45c Koala's (mum & baby);
1264-1-1 45c Panda's (mum & baby);
1263-1-1_1264-1-1 SS Se-tenant Pair

Australia & China Joint Issue
Part 2
Miniature Sheets

Typography: Lisa Christensen, Australia Post Graphic Design - Designer: Xu Yanbo, Beijing - Printer: Beijing Postage Stamp Print Bureau
The two miniature sheets were printed in China, the Koala Miniature Sheet was overprinted for the Australian Stamp Exhibition, 1-5 September, 1995 & the Panda Miniature Sheet was overprinted for the International Stamp & Coin Expo, Beijing 95, held between 14 & 18 September, 1995 (both listed below).
Issued 1 September with perforation 11 x 11.33

1263-1-2 45c Koala Miniature Sheet Stamp;
1264-1-2 45c Panda Miniature Sheet Stamp
1263-1-2 MS Koala Miniature Sheet;
1263-1-2 MS OP Koala Miniature Sheet Overprinted Australian Stamp Exhibition

1264-1-2 MS Panda's Miniature Sheet
1264-1-2 MS OP Panda Miniature Sheet Overprinted International; Stamp & Coin Expo. Bejing 95

Celebrating Medical Science
Designer: M. Whitechurch - Printer: McPherson's Printing
This issue acknowledges a number of people who have made great strides forward for medical science, 45c, Joseph Slattery, Thomas Lyle & Walter Filmer in Radiology; 45c, Jean Macnamara & Macfarlane Burnet in Viruses; 45c Fred Hollows in Vision; $2.50, Howard Florey in Antibiotics.
Issued 7 September with perforation 13.86 x 14.6  or 14.6 x 13.86

1265-1-1 45c Slattery, Lyle & Filmer;
1266-1-1 45c Macnamara & Burnet;
1267-1-1 45c Fred Hollows;
1268-1-1 $2.50 Howard Florey

The World Down Under
Part 1, Lick & Stick
Stamp Collecting Month
Designer: Gavin Ryan, Magnetic Island - Printer: SNP Cambec
This issue is listed in two parts, for convenience, part 1 being the Lick & Stick release, part 2 being the Peel & Stick release (next listing), the stamps highlight the diverse World Down Under, six stamps were issued all 45c in value, the Juvenile Flatback Turtle (Natator depresus); the Flame Angelfish (Centropyge loriculus); the Potato Cod (Epinephelus tukula); the Giant Maori Wrasse (Cheilinus undulatus); the School of Giant Trevally (Carnx ignobilis); the Black Marlin (Makaira indica); the Tiger Shark (Galeocerdo cuvier) & the Shortfin Mako Shark (Isurus oxyrinchus), all stamps were produced in vertical Se-tenant Pairs, a miniature sheet was also produced, it was overprinted (that I am aware) five times
, Adelaide Stamp and Collectables Fair, Adelaide, 14/10/95 t& 15/10/95; Sydney, Centrepoint 95 Stamp Show, 19 October, 1995; Brisbane Stamp Show, 20-22 October, 1995; Melbourne Stamp & Coin Fair, 27-29 October, 1995; SWANPEX, W.A., 28-29 October, 1995 (all overprinted scans are listed below).
Issued 3 October with perforation 13.86 x 14.6
 
1269-1-1 45c Juvenile Flatback Turtle;
1270-1-1 45c Flame Angelfish;
1269-1-1_1270-1-1 SS Vertical Se-tenant Pair
  
1271-1-1 45c Potato Cod & Giant Maori Wrasse;
1272-1-1 45c School of Giant Trevally;
1271-1-1_1272-1-1 SS Vertical Se-tenant Pair
  
1273-1-1 45c Black Marlin;
1274-1-1 45c Tiger & Mako Sharks;
1273-1-1_1274-1-1 SS Vertical Se-tenant Pair

1269-1-1_1274-1-1 MS Miniature Sheet
Miniature Sheet Below Issued 14 October, 1995
1269-1-1_1274-1-1 MS OP1 Miniature Sheet Overprinted Adelaide Stamp and Collectables Fair
Miniature Sheet Below Issued 19 October, 1995
1269-1-1_1274-1-1 MS OP2 Miniature Sheet Overprinted Sydney Centrepoint 95 Stamp Show
Miniature Sheet Below Issued 20 October, 1995
1269-1-1_1274-1-1 MS OP3 Miniature Sheet Overprinted Brisbane Stamp Show
Miniature Sheet Below Issued 27 October, 1995

1269-1-1_1274-1-1 MS OP4 Miniature Sheet Overprinted Melbourne Stamp & Coin Fair
Miniature Sheet Below Issued 28 October, 1995
1269-1-1_1274-1-1 MS OP5 Miniature Sheet Overprinted SWANPEX WA

The World Down Under
Part 2, Peel & Stick
Stamp Collecting Month
Designer: Gavin Ryan - Printer: SNP Cambec
This issue is listed in two parts, for convenience, part 1, being the Lick & Stick release, part 2 being the Peel & Stick, it was released in boxes of 100 & booklets of 10, the stamps highlight the diverse World Down Under, six stamps all 45c in value were issued, Juvenile Flatback Turtle; Flame Angelfish; Potato Cod & Giant Maori Wrasse; School of Giant Trevally; Black Marlin & Tiger & Mako Sharks, the booklets were overprinted a number of times.
Issued 3 October with perforation Die-cut simulated
    
1269-1-2 45c Juvenile Flatback Turtle;
1270-1-2 45c Flame Angelfish;
1271-1-2 45c Potato Cod & Giant Maori Wrasse;
1272-1-2 45c School of Giant Trevally;
1273-1-2 45c Black Marlin;
1274-1-2 45c Tiger & Mako Sharks
1269-1-21274-1-2 BK $4.50 Booklet Pane

1269-1-2_1274-1-2a BK $4.50 Booklet Cover;
1269-1-2_1274-1-2a BK OP Miniature Sheet Overprinted ASDA;
1269-1-2_1274-1-2a BK OP1 Miniature Sheet Overprinted SDAA Christmas Dinner, 1995

Frama Labels
Australian Fauna - Waratah
Overprinted
DOWNUNDER '95
Vending Machine Issue

Designer: S. Robinson - Printer: Leigh-Mardon Pty. Ltd.
This label, the Waratah was overprinted to go with the World Down Under Issue.
There have been a number of issues of Frama Labels:
Issue 12, Farewell Frama, January, 2003.
Issued 3 October with perforation Imperforate

1215-4-9 OP 45c Waratah Frama Overprinted DOWNUNDER (mint);
1215-4-9a OP 45c Waratah Frama Overprinted DOWNUNDER (used)

Australian Wildlife
Counter Printed Peel & Stick
literal: BTH ST HBT
Series 8, Part 6
Designer: Janet Boschen, Australia Post Graphic Design – Printer: Permara Labels
This issue of Counter Printed stamps were produced at Bathurst Street, Hobart.  This issues designs are basically the same as Series 6, Part 2, but the stamps are longer with any value from 45c to $100 available & the identifying post office/Exhibition printed on the stamp.
There have been a number of Counter Printed stamps in this design, starting at Series 7; Series 7, parts 1 through 7, issued during 1994;Series 8, parts 1 through 6, issued during 1995; Series 9, part 1, issued June, 1996; Series 10, parts 1 through 6, issued during 1997; Series 11, parts 1 through 4, issued during 1998; Series 12, parts 1 through 7, issued during 1999; Series 13, parts 1 & 2, issued during 2000; Series 14, parts 1 through 4, issued during 2001; Series 15, parts 1 through 3, issued during 2002; Series 16, parts 1 through 5, issued during 2003; Series 17, parts 1 through 7, issued during 2004; Series 18, parts 1 through 3, issued during 2005; Series 19, parts 1 & 2, issued during 2006; Series 20, during 2007, I am not aware of any at present; Series 21, during 2008, I am not aware of any at present; Series 22, parts 1 & 2, during 2009; Series 23, parts 1 through 5, issued during 2010; Series 24, during 2011, I am not aware of any at present; Series 25, part 1, March 2012.
Series 7 onward 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.
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Issued 16 October with perforation Die-cut simulated
    
1195-3-6 CP Red Kangaroo, literal BTH ST HBT;
1196-3-6 CP Kangaroo & Joey, literal BTH ST HBT;
1197-3-6 CP Eastern Grey Kangaroos, literal BTH ST HBT;
1198-3-6 CP Koala Family, literal BTH ST HBT;
1199-3-6 CP Koala on Ground, literal BTH ST HBT;
1200-3-6 CP Koala in Tree, literal BTH ST HBT
 
Australian Wildlife
Counter Printed Peel & Stick
literal: Sydney 95
Series 8, Part 5
Designer: Janet Boschen, Australia Post Graphic Design – Printer: Permara Labels
This issue of Counter Printed stamps were produced at the Sydney 95, Centrepoint 95 National Stamp Exhibition.  This issues designs are basically the same as Series 6, Part 2, but the stamps are longer with any value from 45c to $100 available & the identifying post office/Exhibition printed on the stamp.
There have been a number of Counter Printed stamps in this design, starting at Series 7; Series 7, parts 1 through 7, issued during 1994;Series 8, parts 1 through 6, issued during 1995; Series 9, part 1, issued June, 1996; Series 10, parts 1 through 6, issued during 1997; Series 11, parts 1 through 4, issued during 1998; Series 12, parts 1 through 7, issued during 1999; Series 13, parts 1 & 2, issued during 2000; Series 14, parts 1 through 4, issued during 2001; Series 15, parts 1 through 3, issued during 2002; Series 16, parts 1 through 5, issued during 2003; Series 17, parts 1 through 7, issued during 2004; Series 18, parts 1 through 3, issued during 2005; Series 19, parts 1 & 2, issued during 2006; Series 20, during 2007, I am not aware of any at present; Series 21, during 2008, I am not aware of any at present; Series 22, parts 1 & 2, during 2009; Series 23, parts 1 through 5, issued during 2010; Series 24, during 2011, I am not aware of any at present; Series 25, part 1, March 2012.
Series 7 onward 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.
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Issued 19 October with perforation Die-cut simulated
    
1195-3-5 CP Red Kangaroo, literal SYDNEY '95;
1196-3-5 CP Kangaroo & Joey, literal SYDNEY '95;
1197-3-5 CP Eastern Grey Kangaroos, literal SYDNEY '95;
1198-3-5 CP Koala Family, literal SYDNEY '95;
1199-3-5 CP Koala on Ground, literal SYDNEY '95;
1200-3-5 CP Koala in Tree, literal SYDNEY '95

Christmas 1995
Part 1, Lick & Stick

Designer: Janet Boschen, Australia Post Graphic Design - Printer: SNP Cambec
This issue is listed in two parts for convenience, Part 1, is the Lick & Stick issue, 40c Madonna & Child; 45c, Angel carrying the
banner Gloria; $1, Three Rejoicing Angels, Part 2 (next issue), the Peel & Stick was only released with the 40c, Madonna & Child only.
Issued 1 November with perforation 14.6 x 13.86

1275-1-1 40c Madonna & Child;
1276-1-1 45c Angel
carrying the banner Gloria;
1277-1-1 $1 Three Rejoicing Angels

Christmas 1995
Part 2, Peel & Stick

Designer: Janet Boschen, Australia Post Graphic Design - Printer: SNP Cambec
The peel & stick booklet was only released with 20 x 40c stamps at $8, the booklet was released with two different advertisements, one for Australia Post, the other for BP (British Petroleum).
Issued 1 November with perforation Die-cut simulated

1275-1-2 40c Madonna & Child

1275-1-2a BK $8 Booklet Cover