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Asean 2019 :Philippine Costumes Featured by PHLPOST

Philippine Postal Corporation or (PHLPOST ) issued a new Php 12.00 ASEAN 2019 to mark the anniversary of the founding of Association of South East Asian Nation (ASEAN) this month in connection to the thematic release of costume.

The stamp features a a male wearing a barong tagalog and female wearing a traje de mestiza.

Philippine Costumes: Technical Description:

Artist: Ms. Eunice Beatrix U. Dabu

Stamp Denomination: Php 12.00 ( single design)

Stamp Size: 35mm by 50mm

Stamps per sheet: 40

Perforation: 14

Printer: Amstar Company

Process: Offset Lithography

Quantity: 20,000 pieces

Stamp and First Day Cover is available at the Manila Central Post office starting August 08, 2019.  Those who wanted to buy this issue, Phlpost Post shop will be open on August 17 Saturday during the upcoming Royal Postal Heritage tour.

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50th Years of Diplomatic ties of Philippines and Singapore on stamps

The Philippine Postal Corporation (PHLPost) and the Republic of Singapore issued a joint Commemorative Stamps to celebrate the 50th anniversary of both countries friendship and close bilateral ties.

 To symbolize the two nation’s diplomatic relations, the stamps will feature the popular butterflies’ Cethosia luzonica or the “Luzon lacewing butterfly” which represents the Philippines, and Pachllopta aristolochiae or the “common rose butterfly” to embody Singapore.

Around the world, people view the butterfly as representing endurance, change, hope, and life.

The relationships between the two countries for the past five (5) decades remain vibrant, and have grown stronger through the years.

The diplomatic relations were formally established between the Philippines and Singapore on May 16, 1969. The two countries were present during the establishment of the Association of South East Asian Nations (ASEAN) making them both founding members.

Mr. Chee Wee Kiong, Permanent Secretary of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs Singapore, Philippine Ambassador Joseph Del Mar Yap, PHLPost Chairman of the Board of Directors Norman Fulgencio, Singapore Post Senior Vice President Marjorie Ooi, IMDA Deputy Director Ruth Wong, and PHLPost Business Lines Department Manager, Maximo Sta. Maria has jointly launched the commemorative stamps of both countries.

PHLPost Chairman Norman Fulgencio and Business Lines Department Manager, Maximo Sta. Maria visited the Lion City to formally presented the Souvenir Frame of the joint commemorative stamps.

PHLPost has printed 5,000 copies of the special commemorative stamps designed by PHLPost In-house graphic artist Rodine C. Teodoro, sold for P114.00 each.

Limited copies of Souvenir sheets and official first day covers of Philippines-Singapore 50 years of Diplomatic relationship are now available at the Philatelic Counter, Manila Central Post Office.

A Voyage to the Lunar Years thru Philately

Philippine Philatelic Federation in close partnership with Philippine Postal Corporation (PHLPOST), Pilipinas Philately, members of the philatelic community and the general public witness yesterday January 21, 2019 ( Monday ) at past 3:00 pm the ribbon cutting and opening of the stamp exhibit held at the left wing of the main lobby at the Manila Central Post Office building.

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Mr. Reynaldo Ong de Jesus, Mr. Alfredo Roxas, Mrs. Josifina T. Cura, Mr. Isidro Tan and PHLPOST employees

There are several exhibits on display which featured Chinese zodiac signs, animals. This also marked the start the kick off ceremony of the lunar new year.

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Mr. Alfredo Roxas and Mr. Joel L. Otarra ( PHLPOST Postmaster General )

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Mr. Reynaldo Ong de Jesus ( president – Philippine Philatelic Federation)

In his address, He stress the importance of stamps and the role that it provide thru promotion of one country’s culture, arts, natural resources, flora, fauna and the long cultural ties that the country had with China.

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The zodiac sign on stamps started way back in Hong Kong in 1969 , when the crown colony started to issue commemorative Chinese zodiac sign to mark the lunar new year. It became an instant hit in the collecting community and many countries soon followed. He also reiterate the full support of the stamp collecting community.

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Mr. Joel L. Otarra ( PHLPOST postmaster general )

There are also education tours within the week with Ateneo de Manila grade school students  having the biggest contingent, Saint Scholastica’s College and among others.

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Phlpost employees, invited guests, foreigners, stamp collectors, bloggers and media covered the well attended event.

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l-r Mrs. Josefina T. Cura, Mr. Luis Carlos (APMG for Marketing-PHLPOST)  Mr. Mr. Reynaldo Ong de Jesus, Postmaster General Joel Otarra, Mr. Alfredo Roxas

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Mr. Dionisio Taeza all smiles with his exhibit

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Chinese zodiac sign year of the pig 2007 stamp issued by PHLPOST

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Mr. Reynaldo Ong de Jesus together with visitors and foreigners

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main lobby left wing converted into a sit down area with catering services hosted by Philippine Philatelic Federation.

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turon and slices of fresh fruits like watermelon, papaya and cantaloupe

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local stamp collectors enjoyed the late afternoon meal

 Philippine Philatelists and Collectibles FB group together with Royal Postal Heritage Guided Tour ( both NGO group) in cooperation with Philippine Philatelic Federation, Pilipinas Philately and PHLPOST will having a FREE stamp talk, operational tour and viewing of stamp exhibit at the main lobby this coming saturday, January 26 from 9:00 am to 12:00 nn.

PHLPOST post shoppe will be open this saturday for those interested in buying the latest stamp issues. The stamp exhibit will run until saturday ( January 26). For those unable to catch the exhibit, There will be an exhibit to be held at Lucky Chinatown Mall next week until early February 2019.

There are about 150 participants, bloggers and vloggers who already pre-registered at the FB event page.

Facebook Page: https://www.facebook.com/events/2288025434800582/

 

 

Popular Noche Buena Dishes Featured by PHLPOST Pasko 2018 Stamps

Popular Noche Buena dishes is now the main feature of stamps issued by Philippine Postal Corporation (PHLPOST). In preparation for the yuletide season se-tenant strip of four stamps for PASKO 2018 featuring the traditional Filipino feast.

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se-tenant set of four stamps

A typical Filipino get-together done after attending Misa De Gallo known as “Noche Buena” is now on postage stamps.

Christmas is one of the grandest holidays in the Philippines where Filipinos celebrate the world’s longest Christmas season with Christmas carols heard as early as of September which lasts until the 3rd Sunday of January of the following year.

The stamp features the “Noche Buena”, the Spanish word for “Christmas Eve”. It consists of a traditional dinner with Lechon (roasted suckling pig) as the center piece being observed since 16th century.

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first day cover with pasko 2018 sheetlet

Traditionally, Filipino dinner consists of variety of dishes like lechon, pancit, hamon, queso de bola, puto bumbong, bibingka, fruit salad, suman and many more comes at midnight after the family hears the late evening mass called “Misa de Gallo”.

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Pasko 2018 first day cover with stamps

Technical Features

PHLPost has printed 50,000 copies of the four (4) designed se-tenant strip of Noche Buena stamp sold for 12 pesos each or Php 48 for the set of 4 stamps. There is also an first day cover. The Christmas stamp was designed by PHLPost in-house graphic designer Mr. Rodine Teodoro.

The stamps and official first day covers are now available at the Philatelic Counter, Central Post Office, Liwasang Bonifacio 1000, Ermita, Manila and area post offices nationwide. For inquiries, please call 527-01-32

 

PHLPOST Celebrates National Stamp Collecting Month 2018 with Stamp Launching and Exhibit

Philippine Postal Corporation ( PHLPOST ) in partnership with Philippine Philatelic Federation and stamp collectors from major stamp organizations will be having their stamp exhibition and launching tomorrow ( November 5, 2018) 8:00 am at the main lobby of the Manila Central Post Office.  The event will also highlight new stamps issue ” Philippine Lakes”  and stamp exhibition to commemorate the ” National Stamp Collecting Month” celebration.

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On saturday, November 10, 2018 There will be a FREE postal heritage and operation tour within the post office.

The FREE tour will also include short talk and some freebies to lucky participant. This is in close cooperation with Philippine Philatelists and Collectibles FB group, Royal Postal Heritage Tour FB, Philippine Philatelic Federation and International Philippine Philatelic Society.