Australian Online Stamp Catalogue
 
Proudly Sponsored by Michael Dodd of CDD Stamps
 
2010 Issues
A.P.D.S. = Australia Post Design Studio
 
Australia Post 2010 Australian Legends
Australian Legends of the Written Word
Lick & Stick
Part 1
Stamp/Product Design: Simone Sakinofsky, A.P.D.S. - Printer: McKellar
This issue recognises six significant living novelists, not what you would call living legends, but many of their writings are in that area of achievement!  They have each made outstanding contributions to the social and cultural life of this country.  The award celebrates the breadth of Australian fiction writing in one form or another.  The recipients are: Peter Carey; Bryce Courtenay; Thomas Keneally; David Malouf; Colleen McCullough and Tim Winton.  Two stamps were issued for each recipient identified here by being numbered each respectfully as '1' and '2', with the four stamp blocks being identified as "A"; "B" and "C".  A prestige booklet was also released containing a number of additions.  A facsimile proof of these stamps was also released in March 2010.
Issued 21 January with perforation 13.86 x 14.62
 
2364-1-1 55c Peter Carey '1';
2365-1-1 55c Peter Carey '2';
2366-1-1 55c David Malouf '1';
2367-1-1 55c David Malouf '2'
 
2364-1-1_2367-1-1 SS Se-tenant Block "A"
 
2368-1-1 55c Colleen McCullough '1';
2369-1-1 55c Colleen McCullough '2';
2370-1-1 55c Bryce Courtenay '1';
2371-1-1 55c Bryce Courtenay '2'
 
2368-1-1_2371-1-1 SS Se-tenant Block "B"
 
2372-1-1 55c Peter Carey '1';
2373-1-1 55c Peter Carey '2';
2374-1-1 55c David Malouf '1';
2375-1-1 55c David Malouf '2'
 
2372-1-1_2375-1-1 SS Se-tenant Block "C"
 
Australia Post 2010 Australian Legends
Australian Legends of the Written Word
Peel & Stick
Part 2
Stamp/Product Design: Simone Sakinofsky, A.P.D.S. - Printer: McKellar
This issue is the same as the above, but only includes six of the above stamps in Peel & Stick format, so only the first and last stamp in each block were reproduced in these Peel & Stick issues.
Issued 21 January with perforation 11.5 x 11.15
 
2364-1-2 55c Peter Carey '1';
2367-1-2 55c David Malouf '2';
2368-1-2 55c Colleen McCullough '1';
2371-1-2 55c Bryce Courtenay '2';
2372-1-2 55c Peter Carey '1';
2375-1-2 55c David Malouf '2'
 
2364-1-2_2375-1-2a BK $11 Booklet (20 x 55c)
 
A Bicentenary: Governor Lachlan Macquarie
Stamp Design: Stacey Zass - Product Design: Sharon Rodziewicz, A.P.D.S. - Printer: McKellar
This release celebrates the importance Lachlan Macquarie (1762-1824) made to our early colony of New South Wales, he was Governor between 1810 and 1821, his vision began to carry the colony forward with his public works program, erecting churches, parsonages, courthouses, lighthouses, convict barracks and factories, which aided in transforming the fledgling colony into a working community.  A former convict Francis Greenway, was one of those people responsible for designing many of these buildings Macquarie's vision called for, his designs included; the Convict Barracks, Sydney (1817); Fort Macquarie, Sydney (1817); the Government Stables, Sydney (1817); St. Matthew's, Windsor (1817); the Female Factory and Barracks at Parramatta (1818) and St. James, Sydney (1819).  Macquarie believed that all former convicts (called emancipists) should be fully restored back into normal society as they would become valuable contributors to this society as 'free settlers.'   Macquarie's policies had far reaching effects and were beneficial beyond his years and experience, he was a true visionary, and a great number of 'free settlers' contributed to the colony in a short space of time due to his polices, one group of 'free settlers' who comes to mind is the Cobroft family of the Richmond/Windsor area, who in many early musters were shown as 'free in store', meaning they were supplying produce to the early colony regularly and from records held in abundance.
Issued 16 February with perforation 14.6 x 13.86
 
2376-1-1 55c Governor Macquarie;
2377-1-1 55c Visionary;
2378-1-1 55c Emancipator;
2379-1-1 55c Builder
 
2376-1-1_2379-1-1 SS Se-tenant Strip of Five
 
Australian Commonwealth Coinage 1910-2010
Stamp Design: Disegno - Product Design: Jo Murè, A.P.D.S. - Printer: Energi Print
This release brings to mind that in 2010 100 years will have passed since Australia issued it's own first coins as legal tender, before this time British pounds, shillings & pence and other world coins were used or modified for use within Australia (such as the Holey Dollar), the coinage act was passed in 1909, just over eight years after Federation, the new coins were then produced by the Royal Mint in London, mainly as Australia lacked the expertise required at that time as we did not have the designers, engravers or tool-makers at that time.  the first coin produced was the florin (two shillings), the shilling, sixpence and threepence, all produced in 92.5% silver or what is referred to as sterling silver.  Copper coinage (the penny and halfpenny) were not produced until the following year, the design on all the 1910 coins was the same, featuring King Edward VII on one side (called the head) and the Australian coat of arms (granted by King Edward VII in 1908), on the other (called the tail), this release commemorates the issue of these coins featuring the 1910 florin, with the 55c stamp showing the coat of arms or tail, which was designed by William Henry James Blakemore, the kangaroo and emu flank a shield, above which is the Federation star, although a redesign was effected in 1912 the original design remained on the coins throughout their production over the following years.  The $2.75 stamp shows the profile of King Edward VII or head, designed by George William de Saulles, unfortunately Edward VII passed away two months after the first coinage (the florin's and shillings) reached Australia, the image of the new king, King George V then appeared on the production of the 1911 coins. 
A miniature sheet was also released and it was embellished with silver foil, and printed with four colour process and embossed.
Issued 23 February with perforation 14.6 x 13.86
 
2380-1-1 55c 1910 Florin Coat of Arms (1908);
2381-1-1 $2.75 1910 Florin King Edward VII
 
2380-1-2 55c 1910 Florin Coat of Arms (1908) Embellished and Embossed;
2381-1-2 $2.75 1910 Florin King Edward VII Embellished and Embossed
 
2380-1-2_2381-1-2 MS Miniature Sheet Embellished and Embossed

2010 Olympic Winter Games
Vancouver
12 - 28 February
Stamp/Production Design: Adam Crapp, A.P.D.S. - Printer: McKellar  Renown
Australia won two gold medals at this winter Olympics, the first gold medal was on 25 February by Torah Bright, for Snowboarding - Ladies' Halfpipe, Torah fell on her first run, and then came back with a 45.0 on her second run.  The second gold medal was won on 3 March by Lydia Lassila for Freestyle Skiing - Ladies' Aerials for which she scored 214.74.
Issued 12 - 28 February with perforation 14.28 x 14.28
 
2382-1-1 55c Torah Bright & Gold Medal, issued 25 February;
2383-1-1 55c Lydia Lassila & Gold Medal, issued 3 March
 
2382-1-1 MS $5.50 Torah Bright 10 x 55c Sheetlet
 
2383-1-1 MS $5.50 Lydia Lassila 10 x 55c Sheetlet
 
Centenary of Powered Flight
Domestic & International
Part 1, Lick & Stick
Stamp Design: Ethos - Product Design: Adam Crapp, A.P.D.S. - Printer: McKellar
One hundred and seven years ago in December 1903, at Kittyhawk, North Carolina, in the USA, the Wright Brothers famously made the world's first sustained flight in a powered aircraft.   Similar attempts were soon made in Australia, these Australian pioneers included George A. Taylor, who in early December 1909 along with his wife, Florence, made the flight in a Voisin-inspired glider, what was called a heavier-than-air machine, she became the first women to make a gliding flight in Australia.   This issue commemorates three significant flights from Australia's early powered flights; for the first stamp with a value of 55c according to the Royal Aero Club of Great Britain, the first sustained controlled powered flight in Australia was made by Colin Defries an Englishman on 9 December 1909 at Victoria Park racecourse in Sydney, the plane was a modified Wright Modal A named 'The Stella.'   For the second stamp with a value of $1.45 it commemorates the flight by John Duigan, who on 7 October 1910 flew the first self-designed biplane which flew 180 metres at 64kph at an altitude of 3.4metres at his family property at Mia Mia, Victoria.   For the third stamp with a value of $2.10 on 18 March 1910 the American 'escapeologist' Harry Houdini made the first of several well-publicised flights in this country at Diggers Rest, Victoria, his aircraft was an imported Voisin, with his name emblazoned on the tail. 
Issued 9 March with perforation 14.6 x 13.86
 
2384-1-1 55c Colin Defries;
2385-1-1 $1.45 John Duigan International;
2386-1-1 $2.10 Harry Houdini International
 
Centenary of Powered Flight
International
Part 2, Peel & Stick
Stamp Design: Ethos - Product Design: Adam Crapp, A.P.D.S. - Printer: McKellar
This issue is the same as the above but in Peel and Stick format and only includes the two higher value stamps, which were released in a $7.45 International Booklet for the $1.45 stamp (5 x $1.45) and in a $10.50 International Booklet for the $2.10 stamp (5 x $2.10)
Issued 9 March with Die-cut perforation 11.5 x 11.15
 
2385-1-2 $1.45 John Duigan International;
2386-1-2 $2.10 Harry Houdini International
 
2385-1-2a BK $7.25 International Booklet;
2386-1-2a BK $10.50 International Booklet
 
Canberra Stampshow 2010
Miniature Sheet
Stamp Design: As Below - Product Design: As Below - Printer: ?
Unfortunately I have no idea which company printed this sheet the original stamps were printed by two different companies.
The Canberra Stampshow was held from 12 March to 14 March at the Hellenic Club of Canberra, Matilda Street, Woden. ACT.  At this show Australia Post released a souvenir miniature sheet with the Canberra War Memorial in the selvedge.  The stamps featured are the 2376 - 55c Governor Macquarie, from A Bicentenary; stamp design was by Stacey Zass, product design by Sharon Rodziewicz, A.P.D.S. (released on 16 February); the 2384 - 55c Colin Defries & 2385 - $1.45 John Duigan, from Centenary of Powered Flight; stamp design was by Ethos, product design by Adam Crapp, A.P.D.S. (both released on 9 March); and the 2381 - $2.75 Centenary of Commonwealth Coinage; stamp design was by Disegno, product design by Jo Murè, A.P.D.S. (released on 23 February).
12 March with perforation 14.6 x 13.86
 
2376-1-1_2385-1-1 MS Special Souvenir Miniature Sheet
 
A SPECIAL MOMENT
Australia Post 2010 Australian Legends
Australian Legends of the Written Word
Facsimile Proof
Part 3
Stamp/Product Design: Simone Sakinofsky, A.P.D.S. - Printer: McKellar
This release marks the end of an era, with the retirement of Mr Graeme John, the Managing Director of Australia Post, in line with his job he took an active interest in every issue and personally approved every design released.  He has been at the helm of Australia Post for 16 years, in 1997 he initiated the Australia Post Australian Legends Award, marking a huge change in the stamp program and it's policy and this the 2010 issue is the last he reviewed and approved for production, this release is a copy or facsimile of the 'final art' and was produced in a tri-fold format.  An imperforate proof was also released.
(FP denotes a Facsimile Proof).  
Issued March with perforation 13.86 x 14.62
 
2364-1-1_2375-1-1 FP Facsimilie Proof Sheetlet
 
AFL 2010 Stamp Packs
Design:  - Printer: 
The AFL Stamp Packs will go here as soon as scans and details are finalised
Issued March with perforation 
 
-1-1 55c
 
NRL 2010 Stamp Packs
Design:  - Printer: 
The NRL Stamp Packs will go here as soon as scans and details are finalised
Issued March with perforation 
 
-1-1 55c
 
Come To The Show
Lick & Stick
Part 1
Stamp Illustration: Stuart McLachlan - Stamp Typography/Product Design: John White, A.P.D.S. - Printer: McKellar
The first Agricultural society in Australia was formed in Hobart, Tasmania on 1 January, 1822. all other Australian colonies followed soon after, with Agri Shows being established in New South Wales in 1822; Perth, Western Australia in 1829; Adelaide, South Australia in 1839 & Port Phillip, Victoria in 1840.
Issued 23 March with perforation 13.86 x 14.6
 
2387-1-1 55c Prize Bull;
2388-1-1 55c Cake Decorating;
2389-1-1 55c Horse Competition;
2390-1-1 55c Wood Chopping;
2391-1-1 55c Dog Show
 
Come To The Show
Miniature Sheet
Part 2
Stamp Illustration: Stuart McLachlan - Stamp Typography/Product Design: John White, A.P.D.S - Printer: McKellar
This part is the same as the above but was released as a miniature sheet
Issued 23 March with perforation 13.86 x 14.6
 
2387-1-2 55c Prize Bull;
2388-1-2 55c Cake Decorating;
2389-1-2 55c Horse Competition;
2390-1-2 55c Wood Chopping;
2391-1-2 55c Dog Show
 
2387-1-2_2391-1-2 MS $2.75 Miniature Sheet
 
Come To The Show
Peel & Stick
Part 3
Stamp Illustration: Stuart McLachlan - Stamp Typography/Product Design: John White, A.P.D.S. - Printer: McKellar
This release is the same as the above, but in Peel & Stick format.
Issued 23 March with perforation Die-cut Simulated 11.15 x 11.5
 
2387-1-3 55c Prize Bull;
2388-1-3 55c Cake Decorating;
2389-1-3 55c Horse Competition;
2390-1-3 55c Wood Chopping;
2391-1-3 55c Dog Show
 
2387-1-3_2391-1-3a BK $5.50 Booklet Cover
 
Queen's Birthday
Lick & Stick
Part 1
Stamp/Product Design: John White, A.P.D.S. - Printer: McKellar
This release is of our Queen, celebrating her Majesties birthday, Queen Elizabeth II visited Australia to open the 2006 Melbourne Commonwealth Games, her visit also coincided with Commonwealth Day, tradition dictates that her Majesty attends Westminster Abbey and her message is then broadcast around the world.  On Commonwealth day in 2006 she delivered her speech from St. Andrews Cathedral in Sydney, the image shown on this release was taken as she left St. Andrew's after her address, I am unaware of the photographers name at this time.
Issued 6 April with perforation 13.86 x 14.6
 
2392-1-1 55c Queen Elizabeth II
 
2392-1-1 MS $5.50 Miniature Sheet
 
Queen's Birthday
Peel & Stick
Part 2
Stamp/Product Design: John White, A.P.D.S. - Printer: McKellar
This release is the same as the above but in Peel & Stick format and was released in booklets of 10.
Issued 6 April with perforation Die-cut Simulated 11.15 x 11.5
 
2392-1-2 55c Queen Elizabeth II
 
2392-1-2a BK $5.50 Booklet Cover
 
Kokoda - Joint Issue
Lick & Stick
Part 1
Stamp Illustration: Brian Clinton - Stamp Typography/Product Design: Lynette Traynor, A.P.D.S. - Printer: McKellar
This release is a Joint Issue with Papua New Guinea, the Kokoda trail has always been remembered by Australians as a symbol courage, endurance, mateship and sacrifice when Australian soldiers halted the Japanese invasion of Papua and New Guinea.  During this campaign strong immovable links were forged between the Australian soldiers and the Papuans and New Guineans who were affectionately known as the 'Fuzzy Wuzzy Angels."  The 'Angels' of Kokoda ferried the sick and wounded to safety, approximately 600 Australian Soldiers gave the ultimate sacrifice defending our country, the death toll would have been much higher if not for the contribution of these 'Angels.'  To mark the 60th anniversary of Kokoda in 2002, a memorial was built at Isurava, where Australian forces had temporarily halted the Japanese advance, and this is the area in which Private Kingsbury won the Victoria Cross.   Australian prime minister Mr John Howard and the Papua New Guinea prime minister Sir Michael Somare unveiled the memorial in August 2002
Issued 20 April with perforation 13.86 x 14.6
 
2393-1-1 55c Kokoda Campaign, 1942;
2394-1-1 55c Kokoda Campaign, 1942;
2395-1-1 55c Kokoda Veterans;
2396-1-1 55c Kokoda Today;
2397-1-1 $1.45 Kokoda Isurava Memorial
 
Kokoda - Joint Issue
Miniature Sheet
Part 2
Stamp Illustration: Brian Clinton - Stamp Typography/Product Design: Lynette Traynor, A.P.D.S. - Printer: McKellar
This release is a miniature sheet incorporating all five of the stamps in this release (4 x 55c & 1 x $1.45.)
Issued 20 April with perforation 13.86 x 14.6
 
2393-1-2 55c Kokoda Campaign, 1942;
2394-1-2 55c Kokoda Campaign, 1942;
2397-1-2 $1.45 Kokoda Isurava Memorial;
2395-1-2 55c Kokoda Veterans;
2396-1-2 55c Kokoda Today
 
2393-12-2_2397-1-2 MS $3.65 Miniature Sheet
 
Kokoda - Joint Issue
Peel & Stick
Part 3
Stamp Illustration: Brian Clinton - Stamp Typography/Product Design: Lynette Traynor, A.P.D.S. - Printer: McKellar
This release is the same as the above two parts, but only includes the four 55c stamps in Peel & Stick format, these four stamps were released in Booklets of 10 stamps, cheque books of twenty booklets and boxes of 100.
Issued 20 April with perforation Die-cut Simulated 11.15 x 11.5
 
2393-1-3 55c Kokoda Campaign, 1942;
2394-1-3 55c Kokoda Campaign, 1942;
2395-1-3 55c Kokoda Veterans;
2396-1-3 55c Kokoda Today;
 
2393-1-3_2396-1-3a BK $5.50 Booklet Cover
 
Colonial Heritage: EMPIRE
Offset Miniature Sheet
Part 1, Issue 1
Stamp Design: Ethos - Product Design: Adam Crapp, A.P.D.S. - Printer: Engeri
Long before Federation became a reality and Australia issue it's own stamps in 1913, each the six former colonies issued their own stamps, this issue is the first in a series of four parts commemorating that philatelic history in visual print.  This $5 stamp represents the original 'Chalon Head' designs of Van Dieman's Land, now know as Tasmania and were in circulation from 1855 to 1892 and Queensland from 1860 to 1913.  The portrait of Queen Victoria is based on Alfred Chalon's 1837 painting of the young queen in her coronation robes, Chalon's painting currently resides in Belgium's Royal Collection and was reproduced on the miniature sheet.
Issued 7 May with perforation 14 x 14.4
 
2398-1-1 $5 Queen Victoria
 
2398-1-1 MS $5 Offset Miniature Sheet 
 
Colonial Heritage: EMPIRE
Intaglio Miniature Sheet
Part 1, Issue 2
Stamp Design: Ethos - Product Design: Adam Crapp, A.P.D.S. - Printer: Engeri
This miniature sheet is the same as the above but was printed in Intaglio using engraved copper dies.
Issued 7 May with perforation 14.14.4
 
2398-1-2 $5 Queen Victoria
 
2398-1-2 MS $5 Intaglio Miniature Sheet
 
Great Australian Railway Journeys
Lick & Stick
Part 1
Stamp Design: Melinda Coombes - Product Design: Jo Murè, A.P.D.S. - Printer: McKellar Renown
This release is of
Issued 7 May with perforation as Below
 
2399-1-1 55cThe Ghan, perforation 13.86 x 14.6;
2400-1-1 55c West Coast Wilderness Railway, perforation 13.86 x 14.6;
2401-1-1 55c The Indian Pacific, perforation 13.86 x 14.6;
2402-1-1 $2.10 Kuranda Scenic Railway, perforation 14.4 x 14
 
2402-1-1 MS $2.10 Miniature Sheet
 
Great Australian Railway Journeys
Peel & Stick Booklets
Part 2
Stamp Design: Melinda Coombes - Product Design: Jo Murè, A.P.D.S. - Printer: McKellar Renown
This release is the same as the above but in Peel & Stick format.
Issued 7 May with perforation Die-cut Simulated 11.15 x 11.5
 
2399-1-2 55cThe Ghan
2400-1-2 55c West Coast Wilderness Railway
2401-1-2 55c The Indian Pacific
 
2402-1-2 $2.10 Kuranda Scenic Railway
 
2399-1-2_2401-1-2a BK $11 Booklet Cover of 20 x 55c stamps;
2402-1-2a BK $10.50 Booklet Cover 5 x $2.10 stamps
 
Great Australian Railway Journeys
Peel & Stick, 200 Boxed
Part 3
Stamp Design: Melinda Coombes - Product Design: Jo Murè, A.P.D.S. - Printer: Pemara
This release is the same as the above, but was printed by Pemara, while the previous set were printed by McKellar Renown and also only includes the 55c stamps.
Issued 7 May with perforation Die-cut Simulated 
 
2399-1-3 55cThe Ghan;
2400-1-3 55c West Coast Wilderness Railway;
2401-1-3 55c The Indian Pacific
 
2399-1-3_2401-1-3 BX $110.00 Box of 200
 
London Stamp Show
8 - 15 May 2010
Design: as Below - Printer: as Below
This release incorporates two current miniature sheets and the first two miniature sheets shown are unique as one incorporates the stamp issued this year for the Queen's birthday (2392) along with three previous stamps for the same event in past years, namely (2176) 18 April, 2008; (2291) 15 April, 2009 & (1975) 19 April, 2006, (I can only assume the perforation is 14 x 14.4) Stamp/Product Design: John White, A.P.D.S., the second unique miniature sheet is of the Centenary of Powered Flight (issued 9 March, 2010) and incorporates two stamps in a four stamp block 2 x 55c & 2 x $1.45, (again  can only assume the perforation is 14.6 x 13.86), Stamp Design: Ethos - Product Design: Adam Crapp, A.P.D.S., in a combination that had not been previously issued.  The remaining two sheets were both issued in 2010 and are the 2398-1-1 MS $5 Colonial Heritage miniature sheet, (with perforation 14.4 x 14), Stamp Design: Ethos - Product Design: Adam Crapp, A.P.D.S. & the 2402-1-1 MS $2.10 Great Australian Railway Journeys miniature sheet, (with perforation 14.4 x 14), Stamp Design: Melinda Coombes - Product Design: Jo Murè, A.P.D.S., all four miniature sheets were issued with the LONDON 2010 Festival of Stamps logo in gold.  It is possible the perforation for all four sheets is 14 x 14.4, once my digital perforation checker is working again I will confirm.
Issued 8 May with perforation as above
 
2392-1-1 MS OP $2.10 Queen's Birthday Miniature Sheet Overprinted LONDON 2010;
2384-1-1_2385-2-1 MS OP $4 Centenary of Powered Flight Miniature Sheet Overprinted LONDON 2010
 
2398-1-1 MS OP $5 Colonial Heritage Miniature Sheet Overprinted LONDON 2010;
2402-1-1 MS OP $2.10 Great Australian Railway Journeys Miniature Sheet Overprinted LONDON 2010
 
Shanghai World Expo 2010
18 May 2010
Stamp/Product Design: Jo Murè, A.P.D.S. - Printer: McKellar Renown
These two 55c stamps were released at the Shanghai World Expo in China, the first is the Australian Pavilion designed by Melbourne architectural firm Wood Marsh, the second stamp is "Peng Peng" in Mandarin, which translated means "friendship".
Issued 18 May with perforation 13.86 x 14.6
 
2403-1-1 55c Australian Pavilion;
2404-1-1 55c Peng Peng
 
2403-1-1_2404-1-1 MS $5.50 Sheetlet of 10 x 55c
 
Australian World Heritage Sites
Lick & Stick
Part 1
Stamp/product Design: Sharon Rodziewicz, A.P.D.S. - Printer: McKellar Renown
This release features the UNESCO World Heritage sites in Australia, they are the Purnululu National Park in Western Australia; Kakadu National Park in the Northern Territory; Mount Warning in the Gondwana Rainforests and the Tasmanian Wilderness.
Issued 25 May with perforation as below
 
2405-1-1 55c Purnululu National Park, perforation 14.6 x 13.86;
2406-1-1 55c Kakadu National Park, perforation 14.6 x 13.86;
2407-1-1 $1.10 Mount Warning, Gondwana Rainforests, perforation 13.86 x 14.6;
2408-1-1 $1.10 Tasmanian Wilderness, perforation 13.86 x 14.6
 
Australian World Heritage Sites
Peel & Stick
Part 2
Stamp/product Design: Sharon Rodziewicz, A.P.D.S. - Printer: McKellar Renown
This release is the same as the above, but only includes the 55c stamps in Peel & Stick format and was released in $5.50 Books of 10 and Cheque Books of 20 Booklets and Boxes of 100.
Issued 25 May with perforation Die-cut Simulated 11.5 x 11.15
 
2405-1-2 55c Purnululu National Park;
2406-1-2 55c Kakadu National Park
 
2405-1-2_2406-1-2a BK $5.50 Booklet Cover
 
Australia Emergency Services
Lick & Stick
Part 1
Stamp Design: Andrew Hogg - Product Design: Dong Uong, A.P.D.S. - Printer: McKellar Renown
This release highlights the different groups inside the Australian Emergency Services; the Police; the Fire Brigade; the Ambulance Service and the Emergency Call Service itself which is the contact line for the other three.
Issued 15 June with perforation 14.6 x 13.86
 
2409-1-1 55c Police;
2410-1-1 55c Fire;
2411-1-1 55c Ambulance;
2412-1-1 55c Stay Focused, Stay Relevant, Stay On Line
 
Australia Emergency Services
Peel & Stick Booklets
Part 2
Stamp Design: Andrew Hogg - Product Design: Dong Uong, A.P.D.S. - Printer: McKellar Renown
This release is the same as the above but in Peel & Stick format and was released in Booklets of 20 and Cheque Books of 20 Booklets.
Issued 15 June with perforation Die-cut Simulated 11.15 x 11.5
 
2409-1-2 55c Police;
2410-1-2 55c Fire;
2411-1-2 55c Ambulance;
2412-1-2 55c Stay Focused, Stay Relevant, Stay On Line
 
2409-1-2_2412-1-2a BK $11 Booklet Cover
 
Australia Emergency Services
Lick & Stick, 200 Boxed
Part 3
Stamp Design: Andrew Hogg - Product Design: Dong Uong, A.P.D.S. - Printer: Pemara
This release is the same as the above, but was released in boxes of 200 and printed by a different printer.
Issued 15 June with perforation Die-cut Simulated
 
2409-1-3 55c Police;
2410-1-3 55c Fire;
2411-1-3 55c Ambulance;
2412-1-3 55c Stay Focused, Stay Relevant, Stay On Line
 
Adopted and Adored
Lick & Stick
Part 1
Stamp/Product Design: Simone Sakinofsky, A.P.D.S. - Printer: McKellar Renown
This release looks at dogs held as pets in Australia, Australia has one of the highest levels of dog ownership in the world, as approximately 40% of Australian households have at least one dog, this issue promotes responsible ownership as during 2008-09 the R.S.P.C.A. recorded over sixty nine thousand admissions into it's shelters across the country.
Issued 29 June with perforation 14.6 x 13.86
 
2413-1-1 55c Piper;
2414-1-1 55c Jessie;
2415-1-1 55c Buckley;
2416-1-1 55c Daisy;
2417-1-1 55c Tigger
 
Adopted and Adored
Peel & Stick
Part 2
Stamp/Product Design: Simone Sakinofsky, A.P.D.S. - Printer: McKellar Renown
This release is the same as the above, but in Peel & Stick format and was released in $5.50 Booklets of 10, cheque Books of 20 Booklets and Boxes of 100.
Issued 29 June with perforation Die-cut Simulated 11.5 x 11.15
 
2413-1-2 55c Piper;
2414-1-2 55c Jessie;
2415-1-2 55c Buckley;
2416-1-2 55c Daisy;
2417-1-2 55c Tigger
 
2413-1-2_2417-1-2a BK $5.50 Booklet Cover
 
Y
C
P
Design: M - Printer: S
This release is of
Issued 1 with perforation 13.86 x 14.62 horizontal or 14.62 x 13.86 vertical
 
21-1-1 55c
 
Y
C
P
Design: M - Printer: S
This release is of
Issued 1 with perforation Die-cut Simulated 11.5 x 11.15 horizontal or 11.15 x 11.5 vertical
 
21-1-2 55c
 
Y
C
P
Design: M - Printer: S
This release is of
Issued 1 with perforation 13.86 x 14.62 horizontal or 14.62 x 13.86 vertical
 
21-1-1 55c
 
Y
C
P
Design: M - Printer: S
This release is of
Issued 1 with perforation Die-cut Simulated 11.5 x 11.15 horizontal or 11.15 x 11.5 vertical
 
21-1-2 55c
Y
C
P
Design: M - Printer: S
This release is of
Issued 1 with perforation 13.86 x 14.62 horizontal or 14.62 x 13.86 vertical
 
21-1-1 55c
 
Y
C
P
Design: M - Printer: S
This release is of
Issued 1 with perforation Die-cut Simulated 11.5 x 11.15 horizontal or 11.15 x 11.5 vertical
 
21-1-2 55c
 
Y
C
P
Design: M - Printer: S
This release is of
Issued 1 with perforation 13.86 x 14.62 horizontal or 14.62 x 13.86 vertical
 
21-1-1 55c
 
Y
C
P
Design: M - Printer: S
This release is of
Issued 1 with perforation Die-cut Simulated 11.5 x 11.15 horizontal or 11.15 x 11.5 vertical
 
21-1-2 55c
 
Y
C
P
Design: M - Printer: S
This release is of
Issued 1 with perforation 13.86 x 14.62 horizontal or 14.62 x 13.86 vertical
 
21-1-1 55c
 
Y
C
P
Design: M - Printer: S
This release is of
Issued 1 with perforation Die-cut Simulated 11.5 x 11.15 horizontal or 11.15 x 11.5 vertical
 
21-1-2 55c
 
Y
C
P
Design: M - Printer: S
This release is of
Issued 1 with perforation 13.86 x 14.62 horizontal or 14.62 x 13.86 vertical
 
21-1-1 55c
 
Y
C
P
Design: M - Printer: S
This release is of
Issued 1 with perforation Die-cut Simulated 11.5 x 11.15 horizontal or 11.15 x 11.5 vertical
 
21-1-2 55c