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1999 Issues
During this years issues there were a number of name changes in the printers of Australian Stamps, CPL is now Tillis Russell; Harrisons is now De La Rue and SNP Cambec is now SNP Ausprint

50 Years of Australian Citizenship
Part 1
Lick & Stick
Designer: Brain Sadgrove - Printer: SNP Ausprint
This stamp celebrates the 50th Anniversary of Australian Citizenship, the design shows the Commonwealth Government Coat of Arms, prior to 26 January, 1949, everyone born in Australia were considered to be British subjects.
Issued 14 January with perforation 13.86 x 14.6

1464-1-1 45c Commonwealth Coat of Arms
1464-1-1 GS Gutter Strip of 10 (image taken from Stamp Bulletin 248)

50 Years of Australian Citizenship
Part 2
Peel & Stick

Designer: Brain Sadgrove - Printer: SNP Ausprint (formerly SNP Cambec)
This issue is the same as the above, but in Peel & Stick format, released in boxes of 100.
Issued 14 January with perforation Die-cut simulated

1464-1-2 45c Commonwealth Coat of Arms
1464-1-2 BX $45 Box of Peel & Stick stamps (image taken from Stamp Bulletin 248)

Australia Day
Australian Legends 3
Part 1
Lick & Stick

Designer: Lisa Christensen, Australia Post Graphic Design - Printer: SNP Ausprint
Each year the Australian Legends award pays tribute to famous Australians, the issue is released to celebrate Australia Day each year, the announcement as to who is/are the recipients each year is made on the day of issue, this years award goes to Arthur Boyd, AC, OBE; the issue is of two stamps, the first a portrait taken by British photographer Clynt Granham, the second is his painting "Nebuchadnezzar" c1966-68, this painting is housed in the Art Gallery of New South Wales.
Issued 22 January with perforation 13.86 x 14.6
  
1465-1-1 45c Arthur Boyd;
1466-1-1 45c Nebuchadnezzar;
1465-1-1_1466-1-1 SS Se-tenant Pair
1465-1-1_1466-1-1 SH Sheetlet of 10

Australia Day
Australian Legends 3
Part 2
Peel & Stick

Designer: Lisa Christensen, Australia Post Graphic Design - Printer: SNP Ausprint
Each year the Australian Legends award pays tribute to famous Australians, the issue is released to celebrate Australia Day each year, the announcement as to who is/are the recipients each year is made on the day of issue, this years award goes to Arthur Boyd, AC, OBE; the issue is of two stamps, the first a portrait taken by British photographer Clynt Granham, the second is Boyd's painting "Nebuchadnezzar" c1966-68, this painting is housed in the Art Gallery of New South Wales, the $4.50 booklet below was also overprinted for both the Australia '99 Expo March, 1999 (thirteen issues down) & the Brisbane Stamp & Coin Fair June, 1999 (twenty three issues down).
Issued 22 January with perforation Die-cut simulated

1465-1-1 45c Arthur Boyd;
1466-1-2 45c Nebuchadnezzar

1465-1-2_1466-1-2a BK $4.50 Booklet Cover

Greetings
Romance
Part 1
Lick & Stick
Designer: Nicole Bryant, Australia Post Graphic Design - Printer: SNP Ausprint
The Rose, especially the red rose has long been the traditional face of romance; this release complements the Messages of Love & Friendship, including Birthday, Get Well cards & Wedding Invitations previously released, the theme extends to the gutter strip with gold cupids & a heart.
Issued 4 February with perforation 13.86 x 14.6

1467-1-1 45c Red Roses

Greetings Romance
Part 2
Peel & Stick
Designer: Nicole Bryne, Australia Post Graphic Design - Printer: SNP Ausprint
This issue is the same as the above, but in Peel & Stick format, a $4.50 Booklet was also released.
Issued 4 February with perforation Die-cut simulated

1467-1-2 45c Red Roses

1467-1-2a BK $4.50 Booklet Cover

Celebrating Long Life
International Year of Older Persons
Photographer: Jacqui Henshaw - Designer: Lynda Warner - Printer: McPherson's Printing
This issue was released to commemorate the International Year of Older persons, this year was nominated by the United nations to promote independence, participation, care, self-fulfilment & dignity for older persons, released in Se-tenant form these two stamps an older man on one & an older women on the other, a miniature sheetlet of ten stamps was also released.
Issued 11 February with perforation 13.86 x 14.6
  
1468-1-1 45c Older Man;
1469-1-1 45c Older Woman;
1468-1-1_1469-1-1 SS Se-tenant Pair
1468-1-1_1469-1-1 SH Sheetlet of 10

On March 19th, 1999, the Governor-General of Australia, Sir William Deane, officially opened AUSTRALIA 99, the World Stamp Expo (an International showcase of stamps & philatelic items) at the Melbourne Exhibition & Convention Centre, on the banks of the Yarra River; the Expo ran from March 19th to the 24th.

Sailing Ships of Australia
Designer: Beth McKinlay, Australia Post Graphic Design - Printer: SNP Ausprint
This issue was released at the Australia 99 Expo, the designs are of four sailing vessels, the 45c Polly Woodside with embossed Australia 99 logo on tab (the Polly Woodside is one of two ships of her type still afloat in Australian waters and is part of the Polly Woodside Melbourne Maritime Museum; the 85c Alma Doepel (the last of her kind in Australia, a three-masted topsail schooner built by Frederick Doepel in Bellinegen, NSW in 1903 and fully restored in the 1980's, she is now classified by the National Trust of Australia); the $1 Enterprize (this ship is a replica of a topsail schooner built in Hobart, Tasmania in 1829 by William Pender, this replica was rebuilt and launched in Melbourne in 1997 being the first square-rigged commercial sailing ship built in Melbourne for 120 years) & last but by no means least, the $1.05 Lady Nelson (again a replica, the Lady Nelson was originally built in Deptford, England in 1798, she was the first ship to sail from the west through Bass Straight and was instrumental in establishing the first European settlement in Tasmania, this replica was built in the late 1980's.
Issued 19 March with perforation 14.4 x 14
  
1470-1-1 45c Polly Woodside with Australia 99 tab;
1470-1-2 45c Polly Woodside without tab;
1471-1-1 85c Alma Doepel;
1472-1-1 $1 Enterprize;
1473-1-1 $1.05 Lady Nelson
1470-1-1 SH Sheetlet of 20 withn Australia 99 Tab

SPECIAL EDITION SHEETLETS
The World's FIRST Personalised Stamp
Polly Woodside with Tab

Designer: Beth McKinley, Australia Post Graphic Design - Printer: SNP Ausprint/Excel/Sprintpak
The process developed to produce the personalized stamp combines technology as old as the printing press with cutting edge digital technology.  The personalised image is first captured using an AGFA digital camera.  The image is processed through customised software on the new range of iMacs supplied by Design Wyse.   After much manipulation the image was printed digitally on a Fiji Xerox Docucolor 404, the sheetlet is printed on a large gummed sheet 29.8 cm x 21cm which has the image of the Polly Woodside on it's left and on the right is "AUSTRALIA 99, WORLD STAMP EXPO, 19 -24 MARCH 1999, MELBOURNE", the Australia Post logo, "The World's first personalised Stamps by Australia Post" then underneath that "PRODUCED BY AUSTRALIA POST SPRINTPAK IN ASSOCIATION WITH EXCEL DIGITAL USING EQUIPMENT SUPPLIED BY AGFA DESIGNWARE AND XEROX" and their respective logos, "PATENT PENDING" was also printed in top right corner, the tab attached to stamp shows the photograph of the purchaser.
Sheetlet & stamp with tab supplied by Justin's Covers
Issued 19 March with perforation 14 x 14

1470-2-1 45c Polly Woodside with personalised Photograph in tab;
1470-2-1 SESS 45c Polly Woodside Personalised Sheetlet of 10
  
1470-2-2 45c Polly Woodside Generic Stamp & Tab;
1470-2-3 45c Polly Woodside Personalised Stamp & Tab;
1470-2-5 45c Polly Woodside Staff Release Stamp & Tab
1470-2-3 SESS 45c Polly Woodside Sprintpak Sheetlet of 10

1470-2-5 SESS 45c Polly Woodside Staff Release Sheetlet of 10

Miniature Sheet
"Polly Woodside"
Joint Issue with Ireland

Designer: Beth McKinley, Australia Post Graphic Design - Printer: SNP Ausprint
This miniature sheet was released jointly by Australia & Ireland, (since the Polly Woodside was launched in Belfast, Ireland in 1885 it seems apt to have this joint issue with Ireland), the sheet was issued with both the Australian 45c stamp & Irish 30p stamp on the sheet, each with a different aspect of the Polly Woodside, both stamps were perforated 14 x 14.4, the original stamp (listed above) was perforated 14.4 x 14, this stamp was also issued as a personalised stamp available with a personal photo graph with perforation 14 x 14 (four listings down), I have not assigned a number to the Irish stamp below on the miniature sheet.
Issued 19 March with perforation 14 x 14.4

1470-1-4 45c Polly Woodside
1470-1-4 MS Australia / Ireland Joint Issue Miniature Sheet

Miniature Sheet
"Marco Polo"
Joint Issue with Canada
Designer: Julien LeBlanc - Printer: Ash & Potter, Canada
This miniature sheet was released jointly by Australia & Canada, (again very apt as she was built in 1851 at St, John, New Brunswick, Canada for export to Great Britain, she ran from Mersey, England to Melbourne creating a record 68 day journey and making herself a legend by cutting the journey time in half, released here with the Australian 85c stamp perforated 13.33 & the Canadian 46c stamp perforated 13.125 x 13, each with a different aspect of the Marco Polo, I have not assigned a number to the Canadian stamp, the Marco Polo stamp was previously issued in January 1998, with part number 1395-1-1, which was perforated 14.4 x 14, here I have issued a new number, different to the original issue.
Issued 19 March with perforations: Australian Stamp 13.33 x 13.33; Canadian Stamp 13.125 x 13

1474-1-1 85c Marco Polo

1474-1-1 MS Australia / Canada Joint Issue Miniature Sheet

Miniature Sheet (A)
Tasman, Cook & Flinders
Navigators of Australia

Designer: Cozzolino Ellett Design D'vision - Printer: SNP Ausprint
This miniature sheet was released perforated 13.86 x 14.6 & Imperforate, collectors were also able to hand perforate the miniature sheet 13.86 x 14.6 at the Expo an 'A99' perfin identifies this type of sheet, the first stamp 'Abel Tasman' (c. 1603-1659) was first issued in October,1963, then again in February, 1966 in the first Decimal issues, while 'James Cook' (1728-1779) was first issued in August, 1964 and then again in February, 1966, also with the first Decimal issues (everyone is taught that he was 'Captain' James Cook, but in actual fact he was a lieutenant until later in life when he was promoted to Captain) & 'Matthew Flinders' (1774-1814) was first issued in February, 1964, then re-issued in January 1965 and then again in February, 1966 again with the first decimal issues, this issue along with the next miniature sheet are the six most notable navigators who put Australia on the map so the speak as they mapped the 32,000 of kilometers of coastline.
Issued 19 March with perforations 13.86 x 14.6, Imperforate 13.86 x 14.6 with Perfin 'A99' or 15.2 x 14.75 with Perfin 'A99'
 
1475-1-1 45c Abel Tasman;
1476-1-1 45c Lieutenant James Cook;
1477-1-1 45c Captain Matthew Flinders

1475-1-1_1477-1-1 MS Navigators Miniature Sheet 'A', Perforation 13.86 x 14.6

1475-1-1_1477-1-1 MS1 Navigators Miniature Sheet 'A' Imperforate
1475-2-1_1477-2-1 MS OP Navigators Miniature Sheet 'A',
Perforation 13.85 x 14.6 or 15.2 x 14.75 with Perfin 'A99'

Miniature Sheet (B)
Dampier, Bass & King
Navigators of Australia

Designer: Cozzolino Ellett Design D'vision - Printer: SNP Ausprint
This miniature sheet was released perforated 14.4 x 14 & Imperforate, collectors were also able to hand perforate the miniature sheets 15.2 x 14.75 at the Expo an 'A99' Perfin identifies this type of sheet, the 'William Dampier' (1651-1715) stamp was first issued in November, 1964, then again in February, 1966 with the first Decimal issues, while 'George Bass' (1771-c. 1803) & 'Phillip Parker King' (1791-1856) were first issued in August, 1964, then also again in February, 1966 again in the first Decimal issues, this issue along with the previous miniature sheet are the six most notable navigators who put Australia on the map so the speak as they mapped the 32,000 of kilometres of coastline.
Issued 19 March with perforations 14.4 x 14, Imperforate, 14.4 x 14 with Perfin 'A99' or 15.2 x 14.75 with Perfin 'A99'

1478-1-1 45c William Damiper;
1479-1-1 45c George Bass;
1480-1-1 45c Phillip Parker King

1478-1-1_1480-1-1 MS Navigators Miniature Sheet 'B', Perforation 14.4 x 14
1478-1-1_1480-1-1 MS1 Navigators Miniature Sheet 'B', Imperforate

1478-2-1_1480-2-1 MS OP Navigators Miniature Sheet 'B',
Perforation 14.4 x 14 or 15.2 x 14.75 with Perfin 'A99'

Frama Labels
Tiwi Frama
Overprinted
AUSTRALIA '99
Vending Machine Issue

Designer: Lisa Christensen, Australia Post Graphic Design -
Artist: Maria Josette Orsto - Printer: Leigh-Mardon Pty. Ltd.
This label, the Tiwi Frama was released to coincide with the AUSTRALIA '99 Stamp Exhibition; although the normal issue was not put on sale until 6 October 1999 (twenty seven issues down), the design was originally used for prepaid envelopes that were issued on 4 September, 1997. 
There have been a number of issues of Frama Labels,
Issued 19 March with perforation Imperforate

1481-1-1 45c Tiwi Design, Overprinted 'Australia 99';
1481-1-2 70c Tiwi Design, Overprinted 'Australia 99';
1481-1-3 $1.20 Tiwi Design, Overprinted 'Australia 99'
 
Australian Wildlife
Counter Printed Peel & Stick
literal: AUSTRALIA 99
Series 12, Part 1
also called "monotel labels"
Designer: Janet Boschen, Australia Post Graphic Design - Printer: Pemara Labels
This issue of Counter Printed stamps were produced at the AUSTRALIA 1999 Expo.  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 19 March with perforation Die-cut simulated
     
1195-7-1 CP 45c Red Kangaroo, literal Australia 99;
1196-7-1 CP 45c Kangaroo & Joey, literal Australia 99;
1197-7-1 CP 45c Eastern Grey Kangaroo, literal Australia 99;
1198-7-1 CP 45c Koala Family, literal Australia 99;
1199-7-1 CP 45c Koala on Ground, literal Australia 99;
1200-7-1 CP 45c Koala in Tree, literal Australia 99

Australian Legends 3
Overprinted
World Stamp Expo 'Australia 99'
Booklet of 10
Designer: Lisa Christensen, Australia Post Graphic Design - Printer: SNP Ausprint
This $4.50 booklet was overprinted for the World Stamp Expo; it also carries the Australia 99 Logo, the booklet was first released on 22 January, 1999 (thirteen issues up), it was also over[printed for the Brisbane Stamp & Coin Show June, 1999 (eleven issues down).
Issued 19 March with perforation Die-cut simulated
1465-1-2_1466-1-2a BK OP $4.50 Overprinted Booklet Cover

Olympic Torch
Designer: FHA Image Design - Printer: SNP Ausprint
This stamp a reproduction of the October, 1956, 7½d stamp release for the Olympic Games of 1956, saw a number of firsts for Australia, Australia being the host country for the first time & it was also the first time the games had been held in the Southern Hemisphere.
Issued 22 March with perforation 14.6 x 13.86

1482-1-1 $1.20 Stamp on Stamp '1956 Olympic Torch'

Nature of Australia
Issue 4
Coastal Flowers
Part 1, Lick & Stick
Designer: Wayne Rankin - Printer: SNP Ausprint
This release is Issue 4, Part 1 of Nature Australia, there were four stamps in this release, issued in a Se-tenant block, the 45c Native Fuchsia (Correa reflexa) this plant grows through out south-eastern Australia; the 45c Guinea Flower (Hibbertia scandens) this plant can be found growing from Victoria to Queensland, the 45c Beach Morning Glory (Ipomoea pes-caprae ssp. brasiliensis) this plant can be found from Port Macquarie, north to Port Hacking , New South Wales & the 45c Australian Bluebells (Wahlenbergia stricta) this herb grows throughout south-eastern Australia.
Issued 8 April with perforation 14 x 14.4
 
1483-1-1 45c Native Fuchsia;
1484-1-1 45c Guinea Flower;
1485-1-1 45c Beach Morning Glory;
1486-1-1 45c Australian Bluebells

1483-1-1_1486-1-1 SS Se-tenant Block of Four (4)

Nature of Australia
Issue 4
Coastal Flowers
Part 2, Peel & Stick
Designer: Wayne Rankin - Printers: SNP Ausprint / Pemara Labels
SNP Ausprint printed all issues (including those printed by Pemara Labels), Pemara Labels only printed the booklets of 20 & boxes of 100.
This release is Issue 4, Part 2 of Nature Australia & is the same as the lick & stick, this part was released in a sheetlet of 5, a booklet of 10 & in boxes of 100 & 200, a $9 book of 20 was also released, the sheetlet of 5 was overprinted for the Queensland Stamp Show 28 - 29 August, 1999, the $4.50 Booklet was overprinted for the Northern Beaches Stamp Expo 99; 4 - 5 September, 1999 (sixteen Issues down) & the Queensland Stamp & Coin Show October, 1999 (twenty two issues down).
Issued 8 April with perforation Die-cut simulated

1483-1-2 45c Native Fuchsia;
1484-1-2 45c Guinea Flower;
1485-1-2 45c Beach Morning Glory;
1486-1-2 45c Australian Bluebells

1483-1-2_1486-1-2 SH $2.25 Sheetlet of five (5) stamps;

1483-1-2_1486-1-2a BK1 $4.50 Booklet Cover

Endeavour Replica
Overprinted
ROTARY DISTRICT 9640
Warwick Conference
Designer: M. Gauci - Printer: McPherson's Printing
This $2 booklet was overprinted for the Rotary District 9640; Warwick Conference 9 to 11 April, 1999, the original booklet was released 9 February, 1995.  This booklet was numbered, the number is obscured by design as the holder does not wish it identified.
Issued 9 April with perforation 13.86 x Imperforate

1235-1-2_1236-1-2a BK OP $2 Endeavour Replica Overprinted Booklet

Queen's Birthday
Designer: Andrew Christensen, Australia Post Graphic Design - Printer: SNP Ausprint
This issue celebrates the Queen's 73rd birthday, the photograph was taken outside Sandringham Church, England in 1992, this stamp marks the first time the Queen Mother & Queen Elizabeth II have appeared together on an Australian stamp, it was released in a sheetlet of 10.
Issued 15 April with perforation 13.86 x 14.6

1487-1-1 45c Queen Elizabeth & the Queen Mother

1487-1-1 SH Sheetlet of 10

Children's Television
Part 1
Lick & Stick

Designer: Phil Ellett, Cozzolino Ellett Design D'vision - Printer: SNP Ausprint
This issue highlights a number of television shows that a huge number of Australian children (& many adults, including me), plus many more children in other countries grew up watching, with new generations watching as the years rolled by, there were five stamps representing four programs; Humphrey B. Bear from the program Here's Humphrey; B1 & B2 from the program Bananas in Pyjamas; Mr Squiggle from the program Mr Squiggle; Big Ted & Little Ted from the program Play School & Jemima & Scruff also from Play School, this part was released in Se-tenant strips of 5 & Miniature Sheets of ten.
Issued 6 May with perforation 14.6 x 13.86
    
1488-1-1 45c Humphrey B. Bear;
1489-1-1 45c B1 & B2;
1490-1-1 45c Mr Squiggle;
1491-1-1 45c Big Ted & Little Ted;
1492-1-1 45c Jemima & Scruff

1488-1-1_1492-1-1 SS Se-tenant Strip of five (5)
1488-1-1_1492-1-1 MS Miniature Sheet

Children's Television
Part 2
Peel & Stick
Designer: Phil Ellett, Cozzolino Ellett Design D'vision - Printer: SNP Ausprint
This issue, the same as the above, but as peel & stick and highlights a number of television shows that a huge number of Australian children (& adults), plus many children in other countries around the world grew up watching, with new generations watching as the years rolled by. The Overprinted Booklet below (Petersham Stamp Fair) is listed here as I am not sure of the date the stamp fair was held, I do know it was in 1999.
Issued 6 May with perforation Die-cut simulated
  
1488-1-2 45c Humphrey B. Bear;
1489-1-2 45c B1 & B2;
1490-1-2 45c Mr Squiggle;
1491-1-2 45c Big Ted & Little Ted;
1492-1-2 45c Jemima & Scruff
 
1488-1-2_1492-1-2a BK $4.50 Booklet Cover
1488-1-1_1492-1-1a BK OP $4.50 Booklet Cover Overprinted
SCDAA Petersham Stamp & Coin Fair, 1999 (I think in August)

Perth Mint Centenary
Designer: Janet Boschen, Australia Post Graphic Design - Printers: SNP Ausprint / Avon Graphics
This issue was released to mark a centenary of operation by Australia's oldest operating mint, the Perth Mint was established on 20 June, 1899 as a branch of the Royal British Mint, the stamp features both sides of an 1899 gold sovereign, the coi
n features Queen Victoria as the head, with Saint George & the Dragon on the reverse or tail, the stamp was embossed with gold by Avon Graphics.
Issued 13 May with perforation 14.4 x 14

1493-1-1 $2 Gold Sovereign (# Voted the second most favourite stamp 1999)

100 Years of Test Rugby
Part 1
Lick & Stick

Designer: Mark Sofilas - Printer: SNP Ausprint
This release commemorates 100 years of Test Rugby in Australia, since an Australian team played against the British Lions at Sydney Cricket Ground on 24 June, 1899 & beat them 13 - 3, the British Lions won 18 of the 21 matches played during that tour, the game is said to have been created at Rugby School in 1823 when a boy called William Webb Ellis picked up a soccer ball & ran with it, followed by his fellow students, the four designs show different aspects of the game, the lineout, the kick, try scoring and a pass, the two 45c stamps were also produced as a Se-tenant Pair.
Issued 8 June with perforation as below
    
1494-1-1 45c The Lineout, perforation 14.6 x 13.86;
1495-1-1 45c The Kick, perforation 14.6 x 13.86;
1494-1-1_1495-1-1 SS Se-tenant Pair;
1496-1-1 $1 Try Scoring, perforation 13.86 x 14.6;
1497-1-1 $1.20 Passing the Ball, perforation 13.86 x 14.6

100 Years of Test Rugby
Part 2
Peel & Stick
Designer: Mark Sofilas - Printer: SNP Ausprint
This issue (part 2 of the above) was only released using the two 45c stamps, and these were only issued in boxes of 100.
Issued 8 June with perforation Die-cut simulated

1494-1-2 45c Lineout;
1495-1-2 45c The Kick

Australian Legends 3
Overprinted
Brisbane Stamp & Coin Fair, June, 1999
Peel & Stick Booklet
Designer: Lisa Christensen, Australia Post Graphic Design - Printer: SNP Ausprint
This issue is released to celebrate Australia Day each year in January, 1999 (twenty three issues up), the $4.50 booklet was also overprinted for the Brisbane Stamp & Coin Fair, June, 1999 (below) & the Australia '99 Expo in March, 1999 (twelve issues up).
Issued June with perforation Die-cut simulated

1465-1-2_1466-1-2a BK OP1 $4.50 Booklet Cover overprinted Brisbane Stamp & Coin Fair

Nature of Australia
Issue 4
Coastal Flowers
Part 3, Peel & Stick
Booklet of 20
Designer: Wayne Rankin - Printer: SNP Ausprint
This release is Issue 4, Part 3 of Nature Australia, there were four stamps in this release, all first issued in April, 1999 (nine issues up), (all 45c) Native Fuchsia, Guinea Flower, Beach Morning Glory & Australian Bluebells.
Issued 8 July with perforation Die-cut simulated

1483-1-2_1486-1-2a BK2 $9 Booklet Cover

Nature of Australia
Issue 4
Coastal Fauna
Part 4, Lick & Stick
Designer: Wayne Rankin - Printer: SNP Ausprint
This release is Issue 4, Part 4 of Nature Australia, the central theme of this issue is Fraser Island & the creatures found in the area, there are five stamps in this release, shown as a main theme and also a secondary theme of different shells; 70c Humpbacked Whale (Megaptera novaeanliae) with a Zebra Volute Shell (Zebramoria zebra); 90c Brahminy Kite (Haliastur indus) with a Checkerboard Helmet Shell (Phalium areola); 90c Fraser Island (Heritage Listed) with a Chambered Nautilus Shell (Nautilus pompilius); $1.05 Loggerhead Turtle (Caretta caretta) with a Baler or Melon Shell (Melo amphora); $1.20 White-bellied Sea-Eagle (Haliaeetus leucogaster) with a Campbell's Stromb (Stombus vittatus campbelli). 
Issued 8 July with perforation 13.86 x 14.6
   
1498-1-1 70c Humpback Whale & a Zebra Volute Shell;
1499-1-1 90c Brahminy Kite and a Checker Board Helmet Shell;
1500-1-1 90c Fraser Island and a Chambered Nautilus Shell;
1499-1-1_1500-1-1 SS Se-tenant Pair;
1501-1-1 $1.05 Loggerhead Turtle and a Baler or Melon Shell;
1502-1-1 $1.20 White-bellied Sea-Eagle and a Campbell's Stromb

50th Anniversary Snowy Mountains Scheme
Part 1
Lick & Stick
Designer: Fragile Design - Printer: SNP Ausprint
This issue marks the 50th anniversary of the Snowy Mountains Scheme, issued in Se-tenant blocks of 4, the designs are drilling at the Burn's Creek Heading, Tooma-Tumut Tunnel & Rock Bolting in the Tumut 2 Power Station (1951); an English Class for migrant workers at Cooma (1951); the Tumut 2 Tailwater Tunnel (1960 & the Eucumbene Dam (1959); German Carpenters (1951) & the Island Bend Dam.
Issued 12 August with perforation 13.86 x 14.6

1503-1-1 45c Drilling & Rock Bolting;
1504-1-1 45c English Class;
1505-1-1 45c Tumut Tailwater Tunnel & Eucumbene Dam;
1506-1-1 45c Carpenters & Island Bend Dam

1503-1-1_1506-1-1 SS Se-tenant Block of four (4)

50th Anniversary Snowy Mountains Scheme
Part 2
Peel & Stick
Designer: Fragile Design - Printer: SNP Ausprint
This issue marks the 50th anniversary of the Snowy Mountains Scheme, issued in boxes of 100, the designs are drilling at the Burn's Creek Heading, Tooma-Tumut Tunnel & Rock Bolting in the Tumut 2 Power Station (1951); an English Class for migrant workers at Cooma (1951); the Tumut 2 Tailwater Tunnel (1960 & the Eucumbene Dam (1959); German Carpenters (1951) & the Island Bend Dam.
Issued 12 August with perforation Die-cut simulated
 
1503-1-2 45c Drilling & Rock Bolting;
1504-1-2 45c English Class;
1505-1-2 45c Tumut Tailwater Tunnel & Eucumbene Dam;
1506-1-2 45c Carpenters & Island Bend Dam

Special Souvenir Sheet
Butterflies
Part 3
Lick & Stick
Sheetlet of 5
Overprinted
China 1999 World Philatelic Exhibition

Designer: Chris Shurey - Printer: SNP Ausprint
This issue is a special sheetlet of 5, released for the China 1999 World Philatelic Exhibition 21-30 August; the original stamp issue was released September, 1998, but this sheetlet is unique as it was produced for the exhibition.
Issued 21 August with perforation 14.6 x 13.86

1446-1-1_1450-1-1 SH OP Special Release Sheetlet

Nature of Australia
Issue 4 Overprinted
Coastal Flowers
Sheetlet of 5
Designer: Wayne Rankin - Printers: SNP Ausprint
SNP Ausprint printed all issues (including those printed by Pemara Labels), Pemara Labels only printed the booklets of 20 & boxes of 100.
This release is Issue 4, Part 2 of Nature Australia & is the same as the lick & stick, this part was released in a sheetlet of 5, a booklet of 10 & in boxes of 100 & 200, a $9 book of 20 was also released, the sheetlet of 5 was overprinted for the Queensland Stamp Show 28 - 29 August, 1999 & the $4.50 Booklet was overprinted for the Northern Beaches Stamp Expo 99; 4 - 5 September, 1999 & the Queensland Stamp & Coin Show 28-29 August, 1999, this booklet was numbered the number has been removed by design.
Issued 28 August with perforation Die-cut simulated

1483-1-2_1486-1-2 SH OP $2.25 Sheetlet of 5 Overprinted
Queensland Stampshow '99, 28 & 29 August, 1999
 
Greetings
Part 1
Designer: Chris Shurey - Printer: SNP Ausprint
This release was issued in sheetlets of 20, the designs include the; 45c, Polly Woodside with Best Wishes Tab (Polly Woodside & tab image has been taken from the Australian Stamp Explorer 251A); 45c, Teddy Bear with New Baby Tab; 45c, Wedding Rings with Congratulations Tab; 45c, Birthday Cake with Happy Birthday Tab; 45c, Pen & Paper with Thinking of You Tab; 45c, Christmas Bauble with Happy Christmas Tab, $1, Koala with Greetings Tab, the Polly Woodside was first issued March, 1999 at the Australia 99 Expo (twenty five issues up), all seven stamps are now part of the "P" stamp range & can be supplied with a photo of the purchaser, printed on the tab (as per part 2 below).
Issued 1 September with perforation 14.4 x 14
      
1470-3-1 45c Polly Woodside - Best Wishes tab;
1507-1-1 45c Teddy Bear - New Baby tab;
1507-1-2 45c Teddy Bear - without tab;
1508-1-1 45c Birthday Cake - Happy Birthday tab;
1508-1-2 45c Birthday Cake - without tab;
  
1509-1-1 45c Wedding Rings - Congratulations tab;
1509-1-2 45c Wedding Rings - without tab
1510-1-1 45c Writing Set - Thinking of You tab;
1510-1-2 45c Writing Set - without tab;
1511-1-1 45c Christmas Bauble - Happy Christmas tab
  
1511-1-2 45c Christmas Bauble - without tab;
1512-1-1 $1 Koala - Greetings tab;
1512-1-2 $1 Koala - without tab
1470-3-1 SESS 45c Polly Woodside Generic Sheetlet with Best Wishes Tabs

Greetings
Part 2
Generic & Personalised Sheetlets
Designer: Chris Shurey - Printer: SNP Ausprint
With this issue Australia Post created philatelic history by launching the "P" stamp range, the design allows for personal photographs to be placed on the tab attached to the stamp & was released in sheetlets of 20, the issue includes all the above seven stamps; 45c, Polly Woodside; 45c, Teddy Bear; 45c, Wedding Rings; 45c, Birthday Cake; 45c, Pen & Paper; 45c, Christmas Bauble; $1, Koala; with personalised photographs in the tabs, the Polly Woodside was first released as a personalised stamp on 19 March 1999, at the Australia '99 Stamp Expo (twenty six issues up), these stamps are also listed in part 1), there was also a release in February 2001 as a Special Release International stamp in the "P" stamp range. (In every case if the stamp only (with tab) is listed no suffix is shown i.e.1470-4-1, 1507-2-1 etc.) while the stamps without the Tab are the same issue (except for a couple where colour variations exist, I have not listed them, the sheet below (Milagte School) I have listed here, but I have no listing as to when it was first released.
Issued 1 September with perforation 14.4 x 14

1470-4-1 SH 45c Polly Woodside Sheetlet - Milgate Primary School 1999 Class- generic Issue
1507-2-1 SH 45c Teddy Bear - generic tab
1508-2-1 SH 45c Birthday Cake - generic tab
1509-2-1 SH 45c Wedding Rings - generic tab
1510-2-1 SH 45c Writing Set - generic tab
1511-2-1 SH 45c Christmas Bauble - generic tab
1512-2-1 SH $1 Koala - generic tab

Nature of Australia
Issue 4 Overprinted
Coastal Flowers Booklet
Northern Beaches Stamp Expo '99
4 - 5 September 1999
Designer: Wayne Rankin - Printers: SNP Ausprint / Pemara Labels
SNP Ausprint printed copies of all issues (including those also printed by Pemara Labels), Pemara Labels only printed the booklets of 10 & boxes of 100.  This $4.50 Booklet was overprinted for the Northern Beaches Stamp Expo 99; 4 - 5 September, 1999, it was also overprinted for the Queensland Stamp & Coin Show October, 1999; the original release was in April, 1999
This booklet is numbered, the number is obscured by design as the holder does not wish it identified.
Issued 4 September with perforation Die-cut simulated

1483-1-2_1486-1-2a BK1 OP1 $4.50 Booklet Cover Overprinted
Northern Beaches Stamp Expo '99, 4 - 5 September, 1999

Sydney 2000
Olympic Games, Sydney

Designer: FHA Image Design - Printer: McPherson's Printing
The new millennium Olympic Games will be held in Sydney between 15 September & 1 October 2000, this stamp features the 'Millennium Athlete' a figure formed by instantly recognisable shapes (3 boomerangs, acknowledging the importance of indigenous Australia) they symbolise the speed & agility of an athlete moving toward the new millennium, the colours reflect the blue of the harbour, the yellow of the sun & the red of the earth, the stamp also features Sydney's two most recognisable landmarks, the Sydney Harbour Bridge & the Sydney Opera House.
Issued 14 September with perforation 14.6 x 13.86

1513-1-1 45c Sydney 2000
1513-1-1 SH $4.50 Sheetlet of ten (10)

Design Australia
Designer: Lynda Warner - Printer: SNP Ausprint
Behind everyday objects lie a complex design process, involving many different people, designers, clients, technical experts, builders, engineers, manufacturers, printers & ultimately consumers, this issue coincides with the Sydney Design 99 international design congress & Exhibition held 27 - 29 September, 1999, the four stamp designs are: 45c Australia Post symbol, designed by Peter Huveneers; 90c Embryo Chair, designed by Marc Newson; $1.35 Possum Skin textile, designed by Euphemia Bostock; $1.50 RMIT Storey Hall, designed by architects Ashton Raggatt McDougall. (# Voted the least favourite stamp issue)
Issued 16 September with perforation 13.86 x 14.6

1514-1-1 45c Australia Post Symbol;
1515-1-1 90c Embryo Chair;
1516-1-1 $1.35 Possum Skin Textile;
1517-1-1 $1.50 RMIT Story Hall (part of RIMT University)
1517-1-1 GS $1.50 RMIT Story Hall Gutter Strip

Small Pond
Part 1
Lick & Stick
Stamp Collecting Month
Illustrator: Kevin Stead - Designer: Cathleen Cram, Australia Post Graphic Design - Printer: SNP Ausprint
This issue highlights the fact that big is not always better or best, small can be the very best if we take the time to look closely, the designs here are the; 45c Magnificent Tree Frog (Litoria splendida) it is the largest tree frog in Australia; the 45c Sacred Kingfisher (Todiramphus sanctus) it is the most well known of the smaller kingfishers; the 45c Roth's Tree Frog (Litoria rothii) it is mainly found in tropical areas & can be identified by a few yellow & orange patches on it's thighs; the 45c Dragonfly (Rhyothemis graphiptera) a brightly coloured & fast-flying dragonfly; the 50c Northern Dwarf Tree Frog (Litoria bicolor) this small slender frog has a flash of orange in the groin & thigh area; the 50c Javelin Frog (Litoria microbelos) it is the smallest of the Australian tree frogs, the six stamps set as three pairs were issued in Se-tenant form. (# Voted the most popular issue 1999)
Issued 1 October with perforation as below
  
1518-1-1 45c Magnificent Tree Frog, perforation 14.6 x 13.86;
1519-1-1 45c Scared Kingfisher, perforation 14.6 x 13.86;
1518-1-1_1519-1-1 SS Se-tenant Pair
  
1520-1-1 45c Roth's Tree Frog, perforation 14 x 14.4;
1521-1-1 45c Dragonfly, perforation 14 x 14.4;
1520-1-1_1521-1-1 SS Se-tenant Pair
  
1522-1-1 50c Northern Dwarf Tree Frog, perforation 14.4 x 14;
1523-1-1 50c Javelin Frog, perforation 14.4 x 14;
1522-1-1_1523-1-1 SS Se-tenant pair

Small Pond
Part 2, Issue 1
Miniature Sheet
Stamp Collecting Month
Illustrator: Kevin Stead - Designer: Cathleen Cram, Australia Post Graphic Design - Printer: SNP Ausprint
This part of the release shows all six of the above stamps on a miniature sheet, but the sheet also has a Cream-spotted Ichneumon (Echthromorpha intricatoria), some Green Tree Ants (Oecophylla smaragdina), a Red Dragonfly (Diplacodes haematodes), a Caterpillar, a Stick Insect, a Fig Tree, Waterlilies, Pandanus & different Grasses to shown on the sheet to compliment the effect. (# Voted the most popular issue 1999), the miniature sheet below was overprinted (3) three times that I know of; twice for the
Issued 1 October with perforation 14.4
    
1518-1-2 45c Magnificent Tree Frog;
1519-1-2 45c Scared Kingfisher;
1520-1-2 45c Roth's Tree Frog;
1521-1-2 45c Dragonfly;
1522-1-2 50c Northern Dwarf Tree Frog;
1523-1-2 50c Javelin Frog

1518-1-2_1523-1-2 MS Small Pond Miniature Sheet

Small Pond
Part 3
Peel & Stick
Stamp Collecting Month
Illustrator: Kevin Stead - Designer: Cathleen Cram, Australia Post Graphic Design - Printer: SNP Ausprint
This issue although taken from the above stamp set, only incorporate four of the designs with the box of 100, only having the 45c Magnificent Tree Frog & the 45c Sacred Kingfisher, while the booklet of 10 was only released with the 50c Northern Tree Frog & the 50c Javelin Frog. (# Voted the most popular issue 1999)
(I do not have a copy of either of the 50c stamps at present)
Issued 1 October with perforation Die-cut simulated

1518-1-3 45c Magnificent Tree Frog;
1519-1-3 45c Sacred Kingfisher
 
1522-1-3 50c Northern Dwarf Tree Frog;
1523-1-3 50c Javelin Frog
1522-1-3_1523-1-3a BK $5 Booklet Cover

 Australian Wildlife
Counter Printed Peel & Stick
literal: CONGRESS '99
Series 12, Part 2
also called "monotel labels"
Designer: Janet Boschen, Australia Post Graphic Design - Printer: Pemara Labels
This issue of Counter Printed stamps were produced at the Stamp Congress '99.  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 2 October with perforation Die-cut simulated
I do not have a copy of these images
     
1195-7-2 CP Red Kangaroo
1196-7-2 CP Kangaroo & Joey
1197-7-2 CP Eastern Grey Kangaroo
1198-7-2 CP Koala Family
1199-7-2 CP Koala on Ground
1200-7-2 CP Koala in Tree

Frama Labels
Tiwi Frama
Vending Machine Issue
Artist: Maria Josette Orsto - Designer: Lisa Christensen, Australia Post Graphic Design - Printer: Leigh-Mardon Pty. Ltd.
This label is the Tiwi Frama, this label was actually first issued at the AUSTRALIA '99 Stamp Exhibition, March, 1999, but was overprinted with the AUSTRALIA 99 logo. This current issue was released with six postcodes, Sydney 2000, Canberra 2601, Melbourne 3000, Brisbane 4000, Adelaide 5000 & Hobart 7000, a series for 'other' offices without a postcode and NPC for the National Philatelic Centre, all isues could have a range of different values as shown below for the NPC issues. 
There have been a number of issues of Frama Labels,
I do not have a copy of the last Tiwi Frama.
Issued 6 October with Imperforate perforation
 
1481-2-1 45c Tiwi Design Frama, Sydney 2000 postcode;
1481-2-2 45c Tiwi Design Frama, Canberra 2601 postcode;
1481-2-3 45c Tiwi Design Frama, Melbourne 3000 postcode;
1481-2-4 45c Tiwi Design Frama, Brisbane 4000 postcode;
1481-2-5 45c Tiwi Design Frama, Adelaide 5000 postcode;
1481-2-6 45c Tiwi Design Frama, Hobart 7000 postcode
  
1481-2-7 45c Tiwi Design Frama, National Philatelic Centre;
1481-2-7a 90c Tiwi Design Frama, National Philatelic Centre;
1481-2-7b $1.35 Tiwi Design Frama, National Philatelic Centre;
1481-2-8 45c Tiwi Design Frama, Other Offices
 
 Australian Wildlife
Counter Printed Peel & Stick
literal: SALISBURY '99
Series 12, Part 3
also called "monotel labels"
Designer: Janet Boschen, Australia Post Graphic Design - Printer: Pemara Labels
This issue of Counter Printed stamps were produced at the SSalisbury '99.  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 10 October with perforation Die-cut simulated
I do not have a copy of these images
     
1195-7-3 CP Red Kangaroo
1196-7-3 CP Kangaroo & Joey
1197-7-3 CP Eastern Grey Kangaroo
1198-7-3 CP Koala Family
1199-7-3 CP Koala on Ground
1200-7-3 CP Koala in Tree
 
Australian Wildlife
Counter Printed Peel & Stick
literal: ST. PETERS '99
Series 12, Part 5
also called "monotel labels"
Designer: Janet Boschen, Australia Post Graphic Design - Printer: Pemara Labels
This issue of Counter Printed stamps were produced at the St. Peters '99.  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 16 October with perforation Die-cut simulated
I do not have a copy of these images
     
1195-7-5 CP Red Kangaroo
1196-7-5 CP Kangaroo & Joey
1197-7-5 CP Eastern Grey Kangaroo
1198-7-5 CP Koala Family
1199-7-5 CP Koala on Ground
1200-7-5 CP Koala in Tree
 
 Australian Wildlife
Counter Printed Peel & Stick
literal: SWANPEX '99
Series 12, Part 6
also called "monotel labels"
Designer: Janet Boschen, Australia Post Graphic Design - Printer: Pemara Labels
This issue of Counter Printed stamps were produced at the SWANPEX '99.  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 23 October with perforation Die-cut simulated
I do not have a copy of these images
     
1195-7-6 CP Red Kangaroo
1196-7-6 CP Kangaroo & Joey
1197-7-6 CP Eastern Grey Kangaroo
1198-7-6 CP Koala Family
1199-7-6 CP Koala on Ground
1200-7-6 CP Koala in Tree

Nature of Australia
Issue 4 Overprinted
Coastal Flowers Booklet
APTP Qld. Stamp & Coin Show
29th - 31st October, 1999
Designer: Wayne Rankin - Printers: SNP Ausprint / Pemara Labels
SNP Ausprint printed all issues (including those also printed by Pemara Labels), Pemara Labels only printed the booklets of 10 & boxes of 100. 
This $4.50 Booklet was overprinted for the Queensland Stamp & Coin Show October, 1999 , it was also overprinted for the Northern Beaches Stamp Expo September, 1999, and the original release was in April, 1999.
This booklet is numbered, the number is obscured by design as the holder does not wish it identified.
Issued 29 October with perforation Die-cut simulated

1483-1-2_1486-1-2a BK1 OP2 $4.50 Booklet Cover Overprinted
Queensland Stamp & Coin Show 29th - 31st October, 1999

Australian Wildlife
Counter Printed Peel & Stick
literal: NOARLUNGA 99
Series 12, Part 8
also called "monotel labels"
Designer: Janet Boschen, Australia Post Graphic Design - Printer: Pemara Labels
This issue of Counter Printed stamps were produced at the NOARLUNGA '99.  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 29 October with perforation Die-cut simulated
I do not have a copy of these images
     
1195-7-8 CP Red Kangaroo
1196-7-8 CP Kangaroo & Joey
1197-7-8 CP Eastern Grey Kangaroo
1198-7-8 CP Koala Family
1199-7-8 CP Koala on Ground
1200-7-8 CP Koala in Tree

Christmas 199
9
Part 1
Lick & Stick
Designer: John Coburn - Typography: Miranda Coombes, Australia Post Graphic Design - Printer: SNP Ausprint
This issue was designed by John Coburn well known in Australia for his paintings & tapestries.
Issued 1 November with perforations as below
 
1524-1-1 40c Madonna & Child, perforation 14.6 x 13.86;
1525-1-1 $1 Tree of Life, perforation 13.86 x 14.6

Christmas 1999
Part 2
Peel & Stick

Designer: John Coburn - Typography: Miranda Coombes, Australia Post Graphic Design -
Printer: SNP Ausprint
This release is of the 40c stamp only.
Issued 1 November with perforation Die-cut simulated

1524-1-2 40c Madonna & Child

1524-1-2a BK $8 Booklet Cover

Celebrate 2000
Designer: Chris Shurey - Hologram: Avon Graphics - Printer: SNP Ausprint
This stamp is issued with a hologram that changes from 1999 to 2000 & with a tab with Celebrate 2000 on it, the stamp was also released with a personal photograph printed on it, (the below stamps (1526-1-3 & 1526-1-3a) with the personalised photograph were both taken from the Australian Stamp Bulletin) this release was issued in sheetlets of 10 & 20, both sheetlets were also overprinted for the 7 July, 2000, World Stamp Expo 2000 USA, ANAHEIM, USA.(In the case of the last listing, if a complete sheetlet was shown the number would be 1526-1-3 SESS)
Issued 1 November with perforation 14.4 x 14
   
1526-1-1 45c Celebrate 2000 with Celebrate tab; (# Voted the most popular stamp 1999, also the # overall favourite stamp 1999)
1526-1-2 45c Celebrate without tab;
1526-1-3 45c Celebrate 2000 with Personalised Photograph;
1526-1-3a 45c Celebrate 2000 with Personalised Photograph
1526-1-1 SH Sheetlet of 10
1526-1-1 SESS Sheetlet with generic tab

Small Pond
Part 2, Issue 2
Miniature Sheets
Overprinted Adelaide Stampex '99
Illustrator: Kevin Stead - Designer: Cathleen Cram, Australia Post Graphic Design - Printer: SNP Ausprint
This part of the release are Overprinted miniature sheets, both for the 1999 Stampex held in Adelaide 5 to 7 November, 1999, there was another overprint (Part 2, Issue 3) in 2000 for the Bangkok 2000 Stamp Exhibition held 25 March to 3 April, 2000, the original issue was on 1 October, 1999.
Issued 5 November with perforation 14.4

1518-1-2_1523-1-2 MS OP1 Small Pond Miniature Sheet Overprinted
Adelaide Stampex '99 5 - 7 November, 1999
 
1518-1-2_1523-1-2 MS OP2 Small Pond Miniature Sheet Overprinted
ADELAIDE STAMPEX '99
 
 Australian Wildlife
Counter Printed Peel & Stick
literal: BLANK CLICHE
Series 12, Part 4
also called "monotel labels"
Designer: Janet Boschen, Australia Post Graphic Design - Printer: Pemara Labels
This issue of Counter Printed stamps were produced at the BLANK CLICHE.  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 during 1999 with perforation Die-cut simulated
I do not have a copy of these images
     
1195-7-4 CP Red Kangaroo
1196-7-4 CP Kangaroo & Joey
1197-7-4 CP Eastern Grey Kangaroo
1198-7-4 CP Koala Family
1199-7-4 CP Koala on Ground
1200-7-4 CP Koala in Tree

Australian Wildlife
Counter Printed Peel & Stick
literal: STAMPEX '99
Series 12, Part 7
also called "monotel labels"
Designer: Janet Boschen, Australia Post Graphic Design - Printer: Pemara Labels
This issue of Counter Printed stamps were produced at the STAMPEX '99.  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 5 November with perforation Die-cut simulated
I do not have a copy of these images
     
1195-7-7 CP Red Kangaroo
1196-7-7 CP Kangaroo & Joey
1197-7-7 CP Eastern Grey Kangaroo
1198-7-7 CP Koala Family
1199-7-7 CP Koala on Ground
1200-7-7 CP Koala in Tree

Overprinted Booklets, Gutter Strips, Covers & Miniature Sheets were released at Stamp Fairs, Shows & Expo's, as I receive the information I will list all Expo's & Fairs held after the year listings, (if listed above within the catalogue or not)
1999 Stamp Fairs & Expo's
South Perth Stamp Fair, 14 March, 1999, South Perth Civic Centre, South Perth, Western Australia.
Twin Towns Stamp Club, Annual Stamp Day, 28 March, 1999, Marymount College Doyle Centre, Burleigh Waters, Gold Coast, Queensland.
Milton Ulladulla Stamp Fair, 10 April, 1999, Ulladulla Civic Centre, Ulladulla, New South Wales.
IBRA '99 World Philatelic Exhibition, 27 April to 4 may, 1999, Nurnberg, Germany.
Agfest, 6 to 8 May, 1999, rural community, northern Tasmania.
Sydney Pet & Animal Expo, 14 to 16 May, 1999, Sydney Showground Exhibition Centre, Homebush Bay.
Kernewek Lewender Festival, 15 to 17 May, 1999, held in three locations, Kadina, Wallaroo & Moonta.
ANDA (Australian Numismatic Dealers Association) Brisbane Stamp & Coin Fair, 4 to 6 June, 1999, Brisbane Convention Centre.
Philex France '99, 2 to 11 July, 1999, (World Philatelic Exhibition, Paris.
China 1999, World Philatelic Exhibition, 21 to 30 August, 1999, Beijing, China.
Queensland Stamp Show '99, 28 & 29 August, 1999, QPC House, Wynnum (Brisbane) Queensland
Northern Beaches Stamp Expo '99, 4 & 5 September, 1999, Federation Parade Hall, Brookvale, New South Wales.
Southpex Stamp Show. 12 September, 1999, Gosnells Civic Centre, Gosnells Western Australia.
Congress 99 (Mt. Gambier QLD), 2 & 3 October, 1999, Old City Hall, Mt. Gambier
Thornlie Square Shopping Centre (Western Australia) 4 to 8 October, 1999, Thornlie Shopping Centre, Thornlie, Western Australia
APTA Centrepoint 99 Stamp & Coin Show, 8 to 10 October, 1999, Grand Hall, Centrepoint Convention & Exhibition Centre, Sydney
Salisbury Stamp Fair, 10 October, 1999, St. Augustine's School Hall, Salisbury, South Australia
St. Peters Stamp & Coin Fair,  16 & 17 October, 1999, St Peters, South Australia.
ANDA Melbourne Coin, Note & Stamp Show, 22 to 24 October, 1999, Melbourne Exhibition Centre, Melbourne, Victoria
Swanpex 99, 23 & 24 October, 1999, AMTC Building, East Perth, Western Australia
Caboolture Stamp & Coin Fair, 24 Octopber, 1999, Caboolture Memorial Hall, Caboolture, Queensland
APTA Stamp & Coin Show, 29 to 31 October, 1999, Brisbane RNA Showgrounds, Fortitude Valley, Queensland
Adelaide Stampex '99, 5 to 7 November, 1999, Ridley Pavilion, Wayville Showground, Adelaide, South Australia.
Rockhampton Stamp Club, 27 & 28 November, 1999, Walter Reid Cultural Centre, Rockhampton, Queensland
Wagga Stamp Fair, 27 & 28 November, 1999, Wagga Wagga, New South Wales