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WANT LIST USED STAMPS MM

if you see an arrow: → then please mind only that/those specific type: before the arrow you wil see the general view, after the arrow the specific type wanted.

I collect used stamps world wide: any used stamp of this list is very much apreciated.




mm

Myanmar



mm1886

Burma as a province of British India

1886

1886 catalogue

1937 →

1886, 1 January: Burma is proclaimed a British colony. February: Burma is proclaimed a province of British India.

Starting in 1854, Burma used the stamps of British India without any form of overprinting. The stamps can only be identified when used by the postmarks which from 1856 were specially made for Burmese post offices.

The first post office opened in 1827 in Akyab. Ten years later also in Kyouk Phyoo, Ramree, Sandway and Moulmein. In 1852 a postmaster was apointed in Rangoon and opstal service extended to Pegu province. At that thime 22 post offices existed with . In 1860 a post office opened on Andaman Islands in Port Blair. In 1862 in Pegu province. From 1869 to 1885 agencies were opened in Mandalay and Bhamo. In 1887 posts were used by boat or rail. Airpost existed from 1933 between England, Akyab and Rangoon.

Z1880aZ1880a: - British India used in Burma - post cancel from Rangoon, British India - stamppages illustration
Z1894aZ1894a: - British India used in Burma - post cancel from Rangoon, British India -



mm1937

British Burma (George V)

← 1886

1937

1937 catalogue

1938 →

On 1 April 1937, Burma became a separately administered colony of Great Britain, and Ba Maw became the first Prime Minister and Premier of Burma. Ba Maw was an outspoken advocate for Burmese self-rule, and he opposed the participation of Great Britain, and by extension Burma, in World War II. He resigned from the Legislative Assembly and was arrested for sedition. In 1940, before Japan formally entered the war, Aung San formed the Burma Independence Army in Japan.

1 Rupie = 16 Annas. 1 Anna = 12 Pies.

19370071937007: THREE ANNAS 3As - Indian stamps overprinted BURMA - George V - definitive
19370091937009: 4As FOUR ANNAS 4As - Indian stamps overprinted BURMA - George V - definitive
19370121937012: TWELVE 12As ANNAS - Indian stamps overprinted BURMA - George V - definitive
19370131937013: 1 R - Indian stamps overprinted BURMA - George V - definitive
19370141937014: 2 Rs - Indian stamps overprinted BURMA - George V - definitive
19370151937015: 5 Rs - Indian stamps overprinted BURMA - George V - definitive
19370161937016: 10 Rs - Indian stamps overprinted BURMA - George V - definitive
19370171937017: 15 Rs - Indian stamps overprinted BURMA - George V - definitive
19370181937018: 25 Rs - Indian stamps overprinted BURMA - George V - definitive
O193701O193701: THREE PIES - Indian stamps overprinted BURMA and SERVICE - George V - official stamp
O193702O193702: HALF ANNA - Indian stamps overprinted BURMA and SERVICE - George V - official stamp
O193703O193703: NINE PIES - Indian stamps overprinted BURMA and SERVICE - George V - official stamp
O193704O193704: ONE ANNA - Indian stamps overprinted BURMA and SERVICE - George V - official stamp
O193705O193705: TWO ANNAS - Indian stamps overprinted BURMA and SERVICE - George V - official stamp
O193706O193706: TWO ANNAS SIX PIES - Indian stamps overprinted BURMA and SERVICE - George V - official stamp
O193707O193707: FOUR ANNAS - Indian stamps overprinted BURMA and SERVICE - George V - official stamp
O193708O193708: SIX ANNAS - Indian stamps overprinted BURMA and SERVICE - George V - official stamp
O193709O193709: EIGHT ANNAS - Indian stamps overprinted BURMA and SERVICE - George V - official stamp
O193710O193710: TWELVE ANNAS - Indian stamps overprinted BURMA and SERVICE - George V - official stamp
O193711O193711: 1R - Indian stamps overprinted BURMA and SERVICE - George V - official stamp
O193712O193712: 2Rs - Indian stamps overprinted BURMA and SERVICE - George V - official stamp
O193713O193713: 5Rs - Indian stamps overprinted BURMA and SERVICE - George V - official stamp
O193714O193714: 10Rs - Indian stamps overprinted BURMA and SERVICE - George V - official stamp



mm1938

British Burma (George VI)

← 1937

1938

1938 catalogue

1942 →

The Empire of Japan invaded Burma in 1942; this continued through 1943 when the State of Burma was proclaimed in Rangoon. Japan never succeeded in fully conquering all of the colony, however, and insurgent activity was pervasive, though not as much of an issue as it was in other former colonies. By 1945, British-led troops, mainly from the British Indian Army, had regained control over most of the colony.

British troops in Burma during WWII (1941-45) used British India stamps

19380011938001: 3 PS - George VI & Views (violet) - definitive
19380031938003: 9 PS - George VI & Views (green) - definitive
19380061938006: 2 As - George VI & Views (carmine) - definitive
19380071938007: TWO ANNAS SIX PIES 2As6Ps - George VI & Views - Royal Barge, Green peafowl (rose) - definitive
19380081938008: 3 a - George VI & Views - Elephant (dark violet) - definitive
19380091938009: THREE ANNAS SIX PIES 3As 6Ps - George VI & Views - Ploughing a rice field, Water buffalo, Green peafowl (blue) - definitive
19380121938012: 1 R - George VI & Views - Green peafowl (blue) - definitive
19380131938013: 2 Rs - George VI & Views - Green peafowl (violet) - definitive
19380141938014: 5 Rs - George VI & Views (carmine) - definitive
19380151938015: 10 Rs - George VI & Views (green) - definitive
19400011940001: 1 PS - George VI & Views - definitive
19400021940002: ONE ANNA 1A [TWO ANNAS SIX PIES 2As 6Ps] - George VI & Views - First stamp : 100th anniversary, Royal Barge, Green peafowl -
O193901O193901: 3 PS - George VI Birmese scenes overprinted SERVICE (violet) - official stamp
O193902O193902: 6 PS - George VI Birmese scenes overprinted SERVICE (blue) - official stamp
O193903O193903: 9 PS - George VI Birmese scenes overprinted SERVICE (green) - official stamp
O193904O193904: AN1NA - George VI Birmese scenes overprinted SERVICE (brown) - official stamp
O193905O193905: 1½ As - George VI Birmese scenes overprinted SERVICE (turquoise) - official stamp
O193906O193906: 2 As - George VI Birmese scenes overprinted SERVICE (carmine) - official stamp
O193907O193907: TWO ANNAS SIX PIES 2As6Ps - George VI Birmese scenes overprinted SERVICE - Royal Barge (rose) - official stamp
O193908O193908: 4 As - George VI Birmese scenes overprinted SERVICE (slate) - official stamp
O193909O193909: 8 As EIGHT ANNAS - George VI Birmese scenes overprinted SERVICE - Sailboat on Irrawaddy river (green) - official stamp
O193910O193910: 1 R - George VI Birmese scenes overprinted SERVICE - Green peafowl (blue) - official stamp
O193911O193911: 2 Rs - George VI Birmese scenes overprinted SERVICE - Green peafowl (violet) - official stamp
O193912O193912: 5 Rs - George VI Birmese scenes overprinted SERVICE (carmine) - official stamp
O193913O193913: 10 Rs - George VI Birmese scenes overprinted SERVICE (green) - official stamp
Z1938aZ1938a: - FDC Rangoon GPO 15 NOV. 38 (large double circle) - stamppages illustration
Z1938bZ1938b: - FDC Rangoon GPO 15 NOV. 38 (small circle) - stamppages illustration
Z1938cZ1938c: - FDC Pazundaung 1 JAN. 46 - stamppages illustration



mm1942

Japanese invasion & occupation of Burma

← 1938

1942

1942 catalogue

1943a →

The Japanese invaded Burma from the south from April to May 1942. The Japanese had assisted formation of the Burma Independence Army, and trained the Thirty Comrades, who were the founders of the modern Armed Forces (Tatmadaw). The Burmese hoped to gain support of the Japanese in expelling the British, so that Burma could become independent. In 1943 Japan nominally declared the colony independent as the State of Burma on 1 August 1943.

Monetary system: from October 1942: 1 Rupie = 100 Cent

In May 1942, during the invasion and before the establishment of the Japanese military administration, the British Burma stamps were overprinted with a peacock (the Burmese national bird) in all kinds of types, and were put on sale by the "Public Order Committee" under the "Burma Independent Army" in Southern Burma. Be carefull when paying too much for these creations, as probably most surcharges are fakes. Also letters with THA HAN PHAUNG are fakes.

Under the instruction of Shizuo Yano, chief of the Committee for re-establishment of Burmese Postal Service, the Yano seal stamps were hastily printed in time for the opening on 1 June 1942. Soon afterward the Farmer 1 anna was prepared: printing started on 11 June (and continued until 25 June), and stamps were sold from 15 June.

Various Japanese stamps were also overprinted for use in Burma from 22 September.

The postage for 1st class letter changed from 1 anna to 5 cents on 15 October 1942, so the unsold stamps were overprinted 5C, and the Showa stamps were re-overprinted in cents.

Under the Japanese Occupation in South-East Asia the Japanese stamps were also valid without overpint.

On 15 February 1943 Burmese National Emblem stamps were issued big enough to be affixed above the embossed portrait of George VI.

19420011942001: 9 p - Burmese stamps overprinted with a peacock Myaungmya PO (type I) - war local surcharge
19420021942002: 6As SIX ANNAS 6As - Burmese stamps overprinted with a peacock Myaungmya PO (type I) - war local surcharge
19420031942003: - Burmese stamps overprinted with a peacock Myaungmya PO (type I) - war local surcharge
19420041942004: 4A - Burmese stamps overprinted with a peacock Myaungmya PO (type I) - war local surcharge
19420051942005: - Burmese stamps overprinted with a peacock Myaungmya PO (type I) - war local surcharge
19420061942006: - Burmese stamps overprinted with a peacock Myaungmya PO (type I) - war local surcharge
19420071942007: - Burmese stamps overprinted with a peacock Myaungmya PO (type II) - war local surcharge
19420081942008: - Burmese stamps overprinted with a peacock Myaungmya PO (type II) - war local surcharge
19420091942009: 1A - Burmese stamps overprinted with a peacock Myaungmya PO (type II) - war local surcharge
19420101942010: 1½A - Burmese stamps overprinted with a peacock Myaungmya PO (type II) - war local surcharge
19420111942011: 2As - Burmese stamps overprinted with a peacock Myaungmya PO (type II) - war local surcharge
19420121942012: 4As - Burmese stamps overprinted with a peacock Myaungmya PO (type II) - war local surcharge
19420131942013: 1R - Burmese stamps overprinted with a peacock Myaungmya PO (type III) - war local surcharge
19420141942014: 2Rs - Burmese stamps overprinted with a peacock Myaungmya PO (type III) - war local surcharge
19420151942015: 8A - Burmese stamps overprinted with a peacock Myaungmya PO - Royal Barge (type IV) - war local surcharge
19420161942016: 3Ps THREE PIES 3Ps - Burmese stamps overprinted with a peacock Henzada PO (type V) - war local surcharge
19420171942017: 2A - Burmese stamps overprinted with a peacock Henzada PO (type V) - war local surcharge
19420181942018: - Burmese stamps overprinted with a peacock Henzada PO (type V) - war local surcharge
19420191942019: - Burmese stamps overprinted with a peacock Henzada PO (type V) - war local surcharge
19420201942020: 4As - Burmese stamps overprinted with a peacock Henzada PO (type V) - war local surcharge
19420211942021: - Burmese stamps overprinted with a peacock Henzada PO (type V) - war local surcharge
19420221942022: - Burmese stamps overprinted with a peacock Henzada PO (type V) - war local surcharge
19420231942023: - Burmese stamps overprinted with a peacock Henzada PO (type V) - war local surcharge
19420241942024: - Burmese stamps overprinted with a peacock Henzada PO (type V) - war local surcharge
19420251942025: 9P - Burmese stamps overprinted with a peacock Henzada PO (type VI) - war local surcharge
19420261942026: - Burmese stamps overprinted with a peacock Henzada PO (type VI) - war local surcharge
19420271942027: - Burmese stamps overprinted with a peacock Henzada PO (type VI) - war local surcharge
19420281942028: - Burmese stamps overprinted with a peacock Henzada PO (type VI) - war local surcharge
19420291942029: - Burmese stamps overprinted with a peacock Henzada PO (type VI) - war local surcharge
19420301942030: - Burmese stamps overprinted with a peacock Henzada PO (type VI) - war local surcharge
19420311942031: - Burmese stamps overprinted with a peacock Henzada PO (type VI) - war local surcharge
19420321942032: - Burmese stamps overprinted with a peacock Henzada PO (type VII) - war local surcharge
19420331942033: - Burmese stamps overprinted with a peacock Henzada PO (type VII) - war local surcharge
19420341942034: - Burmese stamps overprinted with a peacock Henzada PO (type VII) - war local surcharge
19420351942035: - Burmese stamps overprinted with a peacock Henzada PO (type VII) - war local surcharge
19420361942036: - Burmese stamps overprinted with a peacock Henzada PO (type VII) - war local surcharge
19420371942037: - Burmese stamps overprinted with a peacock Henzada PO (type VII) - war local surcharge
19420381942038: - Burmese stamps overprinted with a peacock Pyapon PO (type VIII) - war local surcharge
19420391942039: - Burmese stamps overprinted with a peacock Pyapon PO (type VIII) - war local surcharge
19420401942040: - Burmese stamps overprinted with a peacock Pyapon PO (type VIII) - war local surcharge
19420411942041: - Burmese stamps overprinted with a peacock Pyapon PO (type VIII) - war local surcharge
19420421942042: - Burmese stamps overprinted with a peacock Pyapon PO (type VIII) - war local surcharge
19421011942101: - Yano-Provisorium - war provisional print
19421021942102: (1 Anna) - Ploughing a rice field - Water buffalo ("red one anna") - war provisional print
19421031942103: ¼A [1S] - Japanese Showa stamps surcharged - war provisional overprint
19421041942104: ½A [2S] - Japanese Showa stamps surcharged - war provisional overprint
19421051942105: 3/4 A [3S] - Japanese Showa stamps surcharged - war provisional overprint
19421061942106: 1A [5S] - Japanese Showa stamps surcharged - war provisional overprint
19421071942107: 3A [7S] - Japanese Showa stamps surcharged - war provisional overprint
19421081942108: 4A [4S] - Japanese Showa stamps surcharged - war provisional overprint
19421091942109: 8A [8S] - Japanese Showa stamps surcharged (red surcharge) - war provisional overprint
19421101942110: 8A [8S] - Japanese Showa stamps surcharged (black surcharge) - war provisional overprint
19421111942111: 1R [10S] - Japanese Showa stamps surcharged - war provisional overprint
19421121942112: 2R [20S] - Japanese Showa stamps surcharged (red surcharge) - war provisional overprint
19421131942113: 2R [20S] - Japanese Showa stamps surcharged (black surcharge) - war provisional overprint
19421141942114: 5R [30S] - Japanese Showa stamps surcharged (red surcharge) - war provisional overprint
19421151942115: 5R [30S] - Japanese Showa stamps surcharged (black surcharge) - war provisional overprint
19421161942116: 4A [2S [4S]] - Japanese Showa stamps surcharged - Fall of Singapore - war provisional overprint
19421171942117: 5C [1A] - Japanese Showa stamps surcharged and overprinted in Cent - war provisional overprint
19421181942118: 1C [¼A [1S]] - Japanese Showa stamps surcharged and overprinted in Cent - war provisional overprint
19421191942119: 2C [½A [2S]] - Japanese Showa stamps surcharged and overprinted in Cent - war provisional overprint
19421201942120: 3C [3/4 A [3S]] - Japanese Showa stamps surcharged and overprinted in Cent (black surcharge) - war provisional overprint
19421211942121: 3C [3/4 A [3S]] - Japanese Showa stamps surcharged and overprinted in Cent (blue surcharge, used in Shan State) - war provisional overprint
19421221942122: 5C [1A [5S]] - Japanese Showa stamps surcharged and overprinted in Cent - war provisional overprint
19421231942123: 10C [3A [7S]] - Japanese Showa stamps surcharged and overprinted in Cent - war provisional overprint
19421241942124: 15C [4A [4S]] - Japanese Showa stamps surcharged and overprinted in Cent - war provisional overprint
19421251942125: 20C [8A [8S]] - Japanese Showa stamps surcharged and overprinted in Cent (black surcharge) - war provisional overprint
19421261942126: 20C [8A [8S]] - Japanese Showa stamps surcharged and overprinted in Cent (red surcharge) - war provisional overprint
19421271942127: 1C [1S] - Japanese stamps surcharged in Cent - war provisional overprint
19421281942128: 2C [2S] - Japanese stamps surcharged in Cent - war provisional overprint
19421291942129: 3C [3S] - Japanese stamps surcharged in Cent (black surcharge) - war provisional overprint
19421301942130: 3C [3S] - Japanese stamps surcharged in Cent (blue surcharge) - war provisional overprint
19421311942131: 5C [5S] - Japanese stamps surcharged in Cent (black surcharge) - war provisional overprint
19421321942132: 5C [5S] - Japanese stamps surcharged in Cent (violet surcharge) - war provisional overprint
19421331942133: 10C [7S] - Japanese stamps surcharged in Cent - war provisional overprint
19421341942134: 15C [4S] - Japanese stamps surcharged in Cent - war provisional overprint
19421351942135: 20C [8S] - Japanese stamps surcharged in Cent - war provisional overprint
19430011943001: (5C) - government seal (perforate) - war provisional print
19430011943001: (5C) - government seal (imperforate) - war provisional print
1943001-I : imperforate (1943)war provisional print
 
19430021943002: 1C - Ploughing a rice field - Water buffalo - war provisional print
19430031943003: 2C - Ploughing a rice field - Water buffalo - war provisional print
19430041943004: 3C - Ploughing a rice field - Water buffalo - war provisional print
19430051943005: 5C - Ploughing a rice field - Water buffalo (large C) - war provisional print
19430051943005: 5c - Ploughing a rice field - Water buffalo (small c) - war provisional print
1943005-v : small c (1943)war provisional print
 
19430061943006: 10c - Ploughing a rice field - Water buffalo - war provisional print
19430071943007: 15c - Ploughing a rice field - Water buffalo - war provisional print
19430081943008: 20c - Ploughing a rice field - Water buffalo - war provisional print
19430091943009: 30c - Ploughing a rice field - war provisional print
Z1942aZ1942a: - Cover form Rangoon Experimental PO 5.AUG.42 to Sagaing 9 Aug 42 - stamppages illustration
Z1942bZ1942b: - Official cover cancelled Rangoon GPO 10 JUN ?? - stamppages illustration
Z1942cZ1942c: - FDC Rangoon GPO 22-.SEP.42 - stamppages illustration
Z1942dZ1942d: - Cover from RANGOON GPO 29 OCT 42 to Nagoya, Japan - stamppages illustration
Z1943aZ1943a: - Cover form Rangoon GPO 26 MAR..43 to Nagoya, Japan (letter rate 5c) - stamppages illustration



mm1943a

State of Burma

← 1942

1943a

1943a catalogue

1943b →

On 1 August 1943 Japan nominally declared the colony independent as the State of Burma. Under a hastily drawn up constitution which incorporated both democratic and totalitarian elements, Burma was to be "a fully independent and sovereign nation" ruled over by the Naingandaw Adipadi, or Head of State. The man chosen for this position was the Burmese nationalist Ba Maw. When informed of the impending transfer of eastern Shan State to Thailand, Ba Maw was naturally less than happy. At a meeting with Tojo, the Japanese strongman, in Singapore, Ba Maw commented that "Neither the Burmese nor the Shans will be completely happy about the dismemberment of the Shan territory and its people". Tojo was apologetic, but explained that Japan had promised eastern Shan State to Thailand as the price for becoming an ally. "But we have come in with you too", said Ba Maw, "and we also have our claims". However, many Burmese began to believe the Japanese had no intention of giving them real independence. Under Japanese occupation, 170,000 to 250,000 civilians died.

19430101943010: (1c) - State of Burma (perforate, different types of rouletting,Hyphen-hole perforation,Pin perforation and combination of these) -
19430101943010: (1c) - State of Burma (perforate, perf. 11, usualy collected in pairs) -
1943010-T2 : perforate, perf. 11, usualy collected in pairs (1943)
 
19430101943010: (1c) - State of Burma (imperforate, usualy collected in pairs) -
1943010-t3 : imperforate, usualy collected in pairs (1943)
 
19430111943011: (3c) - State of Burma -
19430111943011: (3c) - State of Burma (perforate, perf. 11, usualy collected in pairs) -
1943011-T2 : perforate, perf. 11, usualy collected in pairs (1943)
 
19430111943011: (3c) - State of Burma (imperforate, usualy collected in pairs) -
1943011-t3 : imperforate, usualy collected in pairs (1943)
 
19430121943012: (5c) - State of Burma -
19430121943012: (5c) - State of Burma (perforate, perf. 11, usualy collected in pairs) -
1943012-T2 : perforate, perf. 11, usualy collected in pairs (1943)
 
19430121943012: (5c) - State of Burma (imperforate, usualy collected in pairs) -
1943012-t3 : imperforate, usualy collected in pairs (1943)
 
19430131943013: 1 - Views -
19430141943014: 2 - Views -
19430151943015: 3 - Views -
19430161943016: 5 - Views - Elephant -
19430171943017: 10 - Views - Elephant -
19430181943018: 15 - Views - Elephant -
19430191943019: 20 - Views - Elephant -
19430201943020: 30 - Views - Elephant -
19430211943021: 1 - Views - Mandalay tower -
19430221943022: 2 - Views - Mandalay tower -
Z1943bZ1943b: - registered cover (back side) from Kalaw (Shan State) 19.2.17 to Thingangyun 22.FEB.44 - stamppages illustration
Z1943cZ1943c: - postcard from Nyaungoo 26.10.44 to Pakokku S.E. 1 NOV (postcard rate 6c) - stamppages illustration
Z1943dZ1943d: - newspaper wrapper from Rangoon GPO 31 DEC (4)4 to Chauk: newspaper rate 2c - stamppages illustration



mm1943b

Thai occupation of Burma and northern Malaya

← 1943a

1943b

1943b catalogue

1944 →

Saharat Thai Doem (Thai: "Unified former Thai Territories") was an administrative division of Thailand.

On December 8, 1941, Japanese troops invaded Thailand by land, from Cambodia, by air at Don Muang airfield, and by sea in amphibious landings on the coast. Despite fierce fighting at points in the south, organised resistance lasted only a few hours. Field Marshal Plaek Phibunsongkhram (contemporarily known as Phibun, Thai military officer and politician who served as the Prime Minister of Thailand and dictator from 1938 to 1944) ordered a cease-fire, his government having agreed that to fight the Japanese would be suicidal. Unknown to most, Phibun was determined to seek an alliance with Japan. On December 14 he signed a secret agreement with the Japanese committing Thai troops to participate in the invasion of British Burma, One week later, on 21 December 1941, Phibun signed a formal treaty of alliance with Japan in front of the Emerald Buddha at Wat Phra Kaeo, considered the most sacred object in all Thailand.

Phibun's reward for entering into this alliance was a secret Japanese guarantee to return to Thailand the Malayan provinces ceded to the British in 1909, as well as the so-called "lost territories" of Burma's Eastern Shan State. On 25 January 1942, Phibun declared war on Britain and the United States. Phibun's action was opposed by most Thais as well as by Thailand's ambassador to Washington, Seni Pramoj, who simply refused to deliver the declaration of war to the US Secretary of State.

Thai forces, allied with the Japanese, occupied Kengtung and surrounding areas in 1942, annexing the territory to the Thai state. It encompassed the eastern parts of the Shan States of British Burma annexed by the Thai government on 18 August 1943. With this annexation, Thailand expanded northwards to the 22nd parallel north and gained a border with China. Chiang Tung (Kengtung) was the administrative headquarters of the province. A rudimentary administration was set up early in the invasion with Kengtung as the centre. Made up mostly of small rural communities, during the occupation the Thai territory in Shan State remained a largely forgotten place.

New stamps for this "Shan State" were issued on 1 October 1943 staragegically to show Shan State's separation from Burma.Strange piece of forgotten history this, don't you agree ?. It is in my humble opinion also forgotten in the major stamp catalogues, as these stamps are simply classified under Japanese occupation of Burma with a little notice "issues for Shan"..

19431011943101: 1CENT - Views - Ox cart -
19431021943102: 2CENT - Views - Ox cart -
19431031943103: 3CENT - Views - Ox cart -
19431041943104: 5CENT - Views - Ox cart -
19431051943105: 10CENT - Views - Shan woman -
19431061943106: 20CENT - Views - Shan woman -
19431071943107: 30CENT - Views - Shan woman -



mm1944

State of Burma

← 1943b

1944

1944 catalogue

1945 →

After the Thai Phibun government fell in August 1944, the post-Phibun Thai authorities discreetly contacted the Allies and let it be known that they were prepared to turn against their former Japanese partners whenever the Allies gave the word. They also made it quite clear to the British that they renounced all claim to Shan State and northern Malaya, and that they would return these territories to Britain immediately on the cessation of hostilities. Despite these gestures, the British did not want to treat the Thais leniently after they helped Japan to invade Burma and Malaya. American pressure prevented a vengeful Churchill from implementing punitive measures against the Thais. At the end of the War British troops recaptured Burma by 15 August 1945.

The unused stamps for "Shan State" (issued the previous year on 1 October 1943) were overprinted in November 1944 "Bama naing ngan daw", Burma State in Burmese, the name of the Japanese puppet state.

19440011944001: 1CENT - Views overprinted Burma State - Ox cart -
19440021944002: 2CENT - Views overprinted Burma State - Ox cart -
19440031944003: 3CENT - Views overprinted Burma State - Ox cart -
19440041944004: 5CENT - Views overprinted Burma State - Ox cart -
19440051944005: 10CENT - Views overprinted Burma State - Shan woman -
19440061944006: 20CENT - Views overprinted Burma State - Shan woman -
19440071944007: 30CENT - Views overprinted Burma State - Shan woman -
Z1944aZ1944a: - letter sheet (5C on 1A) with a 5c stamp cancelled in KYAIKLAT (South Burma) - stamppages illustration
Z1944bZ1944b: - Thai Malaya occupation stamps of Perak were even used in Hsipaw, Shan State - stamppages illustration



mm1945

British Burma under military administration

← 1944

1945

1945 catalogue

1946 →

Aung San, father of future opposition leader and State Counsellor Aung San Suu Kyi, and other nationalist leaders formed the Anti-Fascist Organisation in August 1944, which asked the United Kingdom to form a coalition with the other Allies against the Japanese. By 1945, British-led troops, mainly from the British Indian Army, had regained control over most of the colony. By April 1945, the Allies had driven out the Japanese. Subsequently, negotiations began between the Burmese and the British for independence. The surrender of the Japanese brought a military administration to Burma. The British administration sought to try Aung San and other members of the British Indian Army for treason and collaboration with the Japanese.[18] Lord Mountbatten realised that a trial was an impossibility considering Aung San's popular appeal.[15] After the war ended, the British Governor, Colonel Sir Reginald Dorman-Smith, returned. The restored government established a political programme that focused on the physical reconstruction of the country and delayed discussion of independence.

19450011945001: 1 PS - George VI overprinted MILY ADMIN - definitive
19450021945002: 3 PS - George VI overprinted MILY ADMIN - definitive
19450031945003: 6 PS - George VI overprinted MILY ADMIN - definitive
19450041945004: 9 PS - George VI overprinted MILY ADMIN - definitive
19450051945005: AN1NA - George VI overprinted MILY ADMIN - definitive
19450061945006: 1½ As - George VI overprinted MILY ADMIN - definitive
19450071945007: 2 As - George VI overprinted MILY ADMIN - definitive
19450081945008: TWO ANNAS SIX PIES 2As6Ps - George VI overprinted MILY ADMIN - Royal Barge, Green peafowl - definitive
19450091945009: THREE ANNAS 3As - George VI overprinted MILY ADMIN - Elephant - definitive
19450101945010: THREE ANNAS SIX PIES 3As 6Ps - George VI overprinted MILY ADMIN - Ploughing a rice field, Water buffalo, Green peafowl - definitive
19450111945011: 4 As - George VI overprinted MILY ADMIN - definitive
19450121945012: 8 As EIGHT ANNAS - George VI overprinted MILY ADMIN - Sailing ship on Irawadi - definitive
19450131945013: 1 R - George VI overprinted MILY ADMIN - Green peafowl - definitive
19450141945014: 2 Rs - George VI overprinted MILY ADMIN - Green peafowl - definitive
19450151945015: 5 Rs - George VI overprinted MILY ADMIN - definitive
19450161945016: 10 Rs - George VI overprinted MILY ADMIN - definitive



mm1946

British Burma (George VI)

← 1945

1946

1946 catalogue

1947 →

Dorman-Smith was replaced by Major-General Sir Hubert Rance as the new governor, and the Rangoon police went on strike. The strike, starting in September 1946, then spread from the police to government employees and came close to becoming a general strike. Rance calmed the situation by meeting with Aung San and convincing him to join the Governor's Executive Council along with other members of the AFPFL. The new executive council, which now had increased credibility in the country, began negotiations for Burmese independence, which were concluded successfully in London as the Aung San-Attlee Agreement on 27 January 1947.

19460011946001: 3PS - George VI & Views (brown) - definitive
19460021946002: 6PS - George VI & Views (violet) - definitive
19460031946003: 9PS - George VI & Views (green) - definitive
19460051946005: 1½As - George VI & Views (orange) - definitive
19460061946006: 2As - George VI & Views (rose) - definitive
19460071946007: TWO ANNAS SIX PIES 2As6Ps - George VI & Views - Royal Barge, Green peafowl (blue-green) - definitive
19460081946008: THREE ANNAS 3As - George VI & Views - Elephant (violet) - definitive
19460091946009: THREE ANNAS SIX PIES 3As 6Ps - George VI & Views - Ploughing a rice field (blue and black) - definitive
19460101946010: 4 As - George VI & Views (violet) - definitive
19460111946011: 8 As EIGHT ANNAS - George VI & Views - Sailing ship on Irawadi (lilac) - definitive
19460121946012: 1 R - George VI & Views (lilac & black) - definitive
19460131946013: 2 Rs - George VI & Views (orange & brown) - definitive
19460141946014: 5 Rs - George VI & Views (brown & green) - definitive
19460151946015: 10 Rs - George VI & Views (violet & lilac) - definitive
19460161946016: 9Ps - End of World War II in Asia - George VI, Burmese man -
19460171946017: 1½As - End of World War II in Asia - George VI, Burmese woman -
19460181946018: 2As - End of World War II in Asia - George VI -
19460191946019: 3As 6Ps - End of World War II in Asia - George VI, Elephant hauling Teak log -
O194601O194601: 3PS - George VI overprinted SERVICE (brown) - official stamp
O194602O194602: 6PS - George VI overprinted SERVICE (violet) - official stamp
O194603O194603: 9PS - George VI overprinted SERVICE (green) - official stamp
O194604O194604: AN1NA - George VI overprinted SERVICE (dark blue) - official stamp
O194605O194605: 1½As - George VI overprinted SERVICE (orange) - official stamp
O194606O194606: 2As - George VI overprinted SERVICE (rose) - official stamp
O194607O194607: TWO ANNAS SIX PIES 2As6Ps - George VI overprinted SERVICE - Royal Barge (green) - official stamp
O194608O194608: 4 As - George VI overprinted SERVICE (violet) - official stamp
O194609O194609: 8 As EIGHT ANNAS - George VI overprinted SERVICE - Sailing ship on Irawadi (lilac) - official stamp
O194610O194610: 1 R - George VI overprinted SERVICE - Green peafowl (lilac & black) - official stamp
O194611O194611: 2 Rs - George VI overprinted SERVICE - Green peafowl (orange & brown) - official stamp
O194612O194612: 5 Rs - George VI overprinted SERVICE (brown & green) - official stamp
O194613O194613: 10 Rs - George VI overprinted SERVICE (violet & lilac) - official stamp
Z1946aZ1946a: - Victory issue, first day of issue, 2 MAY 1945 Rangoon GPO - stamppages illustration



mm1947

Autonomous Burma

← 1946

1947

1947 catalogue

1948 →

On 19 July 1947, U Saw, a conservative pre-war Prime Minister of Burma, engineered the assassination of Aung San and several members of his cabinet including his eldest brother Ba Win, the father of today's National League for Democracy exile-government leader Dr Sein Win, while meeting in the Secretariat. Since then 19 July has been commemorated since as Martyrs' Day in Burma. Thakin Nu, the Socialist leader, was now asked to form a new cabinet, and he presided over Burmese independence instituted under the Burma Independence Act 1947 on 4 January 1948. Burma chose to become a fully independent republic, and not a British Dominion upon independence. This was in contrast to the independence of India and Pakistan which both resulted in the attainment of dominion status. This may have been on account of anti-British popular sentiment being strong in Burma at the time.

19470011947001: 3PS - George VI overprinted Interim Government in Birmese - definitive
19470021947002: 6PS - George VI overprinted Interim Government in Birmese - definitive
19470031947003: 9PS - George VI overprinted Interim Government in Birmese - definitive
19470041947004: AN1NA - George VI overprinted Interim Government in Birmese - definitive
19470061947006: 2As - George VI overprinted Interim Government in Birmese - definitive
19470071947007: TWO ANNAS SIX PIES 2As6Ps - George VI overprinted Interim Government in Birmese - Royal Barge, Green peafowl - definitive
19470081947008: THREE ANNAS 3As - George VI overprinted Interim Government in Birmese - Elephant - definitive
19470091947009: THREE ANNAS SIX PIES 3As 6Ps - George VI overprinted Interim Government in Birmese - Ploughing a rice field, Water buffalo, Green peafowl - definitive
19470101947010: 4 As - George VI overprinted Interim Government in Birmese - definitive
19470121947012: 1 R - George VI overprinted Interim Government in Birmese - Green peafowl - definitive
19470131947013: 2 Rs - George VI overprinted Interim Government in Birmese - Green peafowl - definitive
19470141947014: 5 Rs - George VI overprinted Interim Government in Birmese - definitive
19470151947015: 10 Rs - George VI overprinted Interim Government in Birmese - definitive
O194701O194701: 3PS - George VI overprinted Interim Government in Birmese and SERVICE - official stamp
O194702O194702: 6PS - George VI overprinted Interim Government in Birmese and SERVICE - official stamp
O194705O194705: 1½As - George VI overprinted Interim Government in Birmese and SERVICE - official stamp
O194706O194706: 2As - George VI overprinted Interim Government in Birmese and SERVICE - official stamp
O194707O194707: TWO ANNAS SIX PIES 2As6Ps - George VI overprinted Interim Government in Birmese and SERVICE - Royal Barge - official stamp
O194708O194708: 4 As - George VI overprinted Interim Government in Birmese and SERVICE - official stamp
O194709O194709: 8 As EIGHT ANNAS - George VI overprinted Interim Government in Birmese and SERVICE - Sailing ship on Irawadi - official stamp
O194710O194710: 1 R - George VI overprinted Interim Government in Birmese and SERVICE - official stamp
O194711O194711: 2 Rs - George VI overprinted Interim Government in Birmese and SERVICE - official stamp
O194712O194712: 5 Rs - George VI overprinted Interim Government in Birmese and SERVICE - official stamp
O194713O194713: 10 Rs - George VI overprinted Interim Government in Birmese and SERVICE - official stamp



mm1948

Union of Burma

← 1947

1948

1948 catalogue

1949 →

Independence

Remote areas of northern Burma were for many years controlled by an army of Kuomintang (KMT) forces after the Communist victory in China in 1949.

19480011948001: ½A - Independence - Aung San, Map -
19480031948003: 2As - Independence - Aung San, Map -
19480061948006: 3PS - Aung San: 1th death memorial Martyrs' Memorial -
19480071948007: 6PS - Aung San: 1th death memorial Martyrs' Memorial -
19480081948008: 9PS - Aung San: 1th death memorial Martyrs' Memorial -
19480091948009: 1A - Aung San: 1th death memorial Martyrs' Memorial -
19480101948010: 2As - Aung San: 1th death memorial Martyrs' Memorial -
19480111948011: 3½As - Aung San: 1th death memorial Martyrs' Memorial -
19480121948012: 4As - Aung San: 1th death memorial Martyrs' Memorial -
19480131948013: 8As - Aung San: 1th death memorial Martyrs' Memorial -
19480141948014: 12As - Aung San: 1th death memorial Martyrs' Memorial -
19480151948015: 1R - Aung San: 1th death memorial Martyrs' Memorial -
19480161948016: 2Rs - Aung San: 1th death memorial Martyrs' Memorial -
19480171948017: 5Rs - Aung San: 1th death memorial Martyrs' Memorial -
Z1948aZ1948a: - letter on first day of issue 6 JAN 1948, commemorative postmark Burma Independence Celebration - stamppages illustration



mm1949

Union of Burma

← 1948

1949

1949 catalogue

1952 →

19490011949001: 3PS - Independence: 1th anniversary - kids playing chinlon (blue) -
19490031949003: 9PS - Independence: 1th anniversary - musician (carmine) -
19490061949006: 2As6Ps - Independence: 1th anniversary - planting rice (lilac) -
19490071949007: 3As - Independence: 1th anniversary - spinning (violet) -
19490081949008: 3As6Ps - Independence: 1th anniversary - Royal Palace (green) -
19490111949011: 1R - Independence: 1th anniversary - Lily Throne of Mandalay (p13) -
1949011-T1 : p13 (1949)
 
19490111949011: 1R - Independence: 1th anniversary - Lily Throne of Mandalay (p14) -
1949011-T2 : p14 (1949)
 
19490121949012: 2Rs - Independence: 1th anniversary - Mandalay Throne (blue) -
19490131949013: 5Rs - Independence: 1th anniversary - Mandalay Throne (brown) -
19490141949014: 10Rs - Independence: 1th anniversary - Mandalay Throne (orange) -
19490151949015: 2 As - Universal Postal Union: 75th anniversary -
19490161949016: 3½ As - Universal Postal Union: 75th anniversary -
19490171949017: 6 As - Universal Postal Union: 75th anniversary -
19490181949018: 8 Ad - Universal Postal Union: 75th anniversary -
19490191949019: 12½ As - Universal Postal Union: 75th anniversary -
19490201949020: 1 R - Universal Postal Union: 75th anniversary -
O194901O194901: 3PS - Independence: 1th anniversary overprinted SERVICE in Birmese - kids playing chinlon (blue) - official stamp
O194902O194902: 6PS - Independence: 1th anniversary overprinted SERVICE in Birmese - dancer (green) - official stamp
O194903O194903: 9PS - Independence: 1th anniversary overprinted SERVICE in Birmese - musician (carmine) - official stamp
O194906O194906: 3As6Ps - Independence: 1th anniversary overprinted SERVICE in Birmese - Royal Palace (green) - official stamp
O194907O194907: 4As - Independence: 1th anniversary overprinted SERVICE in Birmese - Elephant moving Teak log (brown) - official stamp
O194909O194909: 1R - Independence: 1th anniversary overprinted SERVICE in Birmese - Lily Throne of Mandalay (green) - official stamp
O194910O194910: 2Rs - Independence: 1th anniversary overprinted SERVICE in Birmese - Mandalay Throne (blue) - official stamp
O194911O194911: 5Rs - Independence: 1th anniversary overprinted SERVICE in Birmese - Mandalay Throne (brown) - official stamp
O194912O194912: 10Rs - Independence: 1th anniversary overprinted SERVICE in Birmese - Mandalay Throne (orange) - official stamp



mm1952

Union of Burma

← 1949

1952

1952 catalogue

1953 →

19520011952001: 3PS - Independence: 4th anniversary - kids playing chinlon (orange) - definitive
19520021952002: 6PS - Independence: 4th anniversary - dancer (lilac) -
19520031952003: 9PS - Independence: 4th anniversary - musician (green-blue) -
19520041952004: 1A - Independence: 4th anniversary - freedom bell (blue) -
19520061952006: 2As6Ps - Independence: 4th anniversary - planting rice (green) -
19520081952008: 3As6Ps - Independence: 4th anniversary - Royal Palace (orange) -
19520101952010: 8As - Independence: 4th anniversary - Water buffalo (blue) -
19520111952011: 1R - Independence: 4th anniversary - Lily Throne of Mandalay (lilac) -
19520121952012: 2Rs - Independence: 4th anniversary - Lily Throne of Mandalay (green) -
19520131952013: 5Rs - Independence: 4th anniversary - Lily Throne of Mandalay (blue) -
19520141952014: 10Rs - Independence: 4th anniversary - Lily Throne of Mandalay (green-blue) -



mm1954

Union of Burma

← 1953

1954

1954 catalogue

1956 →

Burma accepted foreign assistance in rebuilding the country in these early years, but continued American support for the Chinese Nationalist military presence in Burma finally resulted in the country rejecting most foreign aid, refusing to join the Southeast Asia Treaty Organisation (SEATO) and supporting the Bandung Conference of 1955. Burma generally strove to be impartial in world affairs and was one of the first countries in the world to recognise Israel and the People's Republic of China.

19540011954001: 1P - Independence: 6th anniversary - kids playing chinlon -
19540141954014: K10 - Independence: 6th anniversary - Lily Throne of Mandalay -
19540151954015: 10P - Buddhist Council, Rangoon - Sangha of Cambodia, meeting-cave -
19540161954016: 15P - Buddhist Council, Rangoon - Sangha of Burma, Kuthodaw Pagode, Mandalay -
19540171954017: 35P - Buddhist Council, Rangoon - Peace Pagoda, Monks’ Hostels and Meeting-cave -
O195402O195402: 2P - Independence: 6th anniversary overprinted SERVICE in Birmese - dancer - official stamp
O195403O195403: 3P - Independence: 6th anniversary overprinted SERVICE in Birmese - musician - official stamp
O195406O195406: 20P - Independence: 6th anniversary overprinted SERVICE in Birmese - spinning (1957) - official stamp
O195407O195407: 25P - Independence: 6th anniversary overprinted SERVICE in Birmese - Royal Palace - official stamp
O195409O195409: 50P - Independence: 6th anniversary overprinted SERVICE in Birmese - Water buffalo, plowing rice field - official stamp
O195411O195411: K2 - Independence: 6th anniversary overprinted SERVICE in Birmese - Lily Throne of Mandalay - official stamp
O195412O195412: K5 - Independence: 6th anniversary overprinted SERVICE in Birmese - Lily Throne of Mandalay - official stamp
O195413O195413: K10 - Independence: 6th anniversary overprinted SERVICE in Birmese - Lily Throne of Mandalay - official stamp



mm1959

Union of Burma

← 1956

1959

1959 catalogue

1961 →

By 1958, the country was largely beginning to recover economically, but was beginning to fall apart politically due to a split in the Anti-Fascist People's Freedom League (AFPFL) into two factions, one led by Thakins Nu and Tin, the other by Ba Swe and Kyaw Nyein. This was despite the unexpected success of U Nu's 'Arms for Democracy' offer taken up by U Seinda in the Arakan, the Pa'O, some Mon and Shan groups, but more significantly by the PVO surrendering their arms. The situation became very unstable in parliament, with U Nu surviving a no-confidence vote only with the support of the opposition National United Front (NUF), believed to have 'cryptocommunists' amongst them.

19590011959001: 15P [25P] - Mandalay: 100th anniversary - Royal Palace -
19590021959002: K1 - Mandalay: 100th anniversary - Lily Throne of Mandalay -
19590031959003: K2 - Mandalay: 100th anniversary - Lily Throne of Mandalay -



mm1961

Union of Burma

← 1959

1961

1961 catalogue

1963 →

19610011961001: (15p) [P14] - Independence -
19610021961002: 15 P - UNICEF: 15th anniversary -
19610031961003: 15P - 1961 Southeast Asian Peninsular Games - torch runner in Rangoon -
19610041961004: 25P - 1961 Southeast Asian Peninsular Games - Football, Pole vault, Shot put -
19610051961005: 50P - 1961 Southeast Asian Peninsular Games - Sprint/running, Aung-San Stadium, Rangoon -
19610061961006: K1 - 1961 Southeast Asian Peninsular Games -



mm1963

Union of Burma

← 1961

1963

1963 catalogue

1964 →

The Burmese Way to Socialism (also known as the Burmese Road to Socialism) was the ideology of the military dictatorship in Burma under the Burma Socialist Programme Party (BSPP) from 1962 to 1988. Ne Win and the Burmese military launched the March 1962 coup d'état to overthrow Prime Minister U Nu and the democratic Union Parliament due to economic, religious and political crises, particularly the issue of federalism and secession rights of the States of Burma. The Union Revolutionary Council established Burma as a one-party socialist state under the BSPP and adopted the Burmese Way to Socialism in April 1962 as a blueprint for economic development, decreasing foreign influence in Burma to zero percent and increasing the role of the military.

19630011963001: 15P - Revolution: 1th anniversary - Map, Myanmar flag -
19630021963002: 10P - Freedom from Hunger Campaign -
19630031963003: 50P - Freedom from Hunger Campaign - Water buffalo, plowing rice field -
19630041963004: 20P - Labour day -



mm1964

Union of Burma

← 1963

1964

1964 catalogue

1965 →

19640021964002: 2P - Bird - White-browed fantail (25x21mm (larger)) -
19640031964003: 3P - Bird - White-browed fantail (25x21mm (larger)) -
19640111964011: 2K - Bird - Kalij pheasant (37x27mm) -
19640121964012: 5K - Bird - Green peafowl (27x37mm) -
O196401O196401: 3P - Independence: 6th anniversary overprinted SERVICE in Birmese - musician - official stamp
O196402O196402: 1P - Independence: 6th anniversary overprinted SERVICE in Birmese - kids playing chinlon (local overprint 12mm) - official stamp
O196403O196403: 3P - Independence: 6th anniversary overprinted SERVICE in Birmese - musician (local overprint 12mm) - official stamp
O196404O196404: 5P - Independence: 6th anniversary overprinted SERVICE in Birmese - freedom bell (local overprint 12mm) - official stamp
O196405O196405: 15P - Independence: 6th anniversary overprinted SERVICE in Birmese - Hamsa (local overprint 12mm) - official stamp



mm1965

Union of Burma

← 1964

1965

1965 catalogue

1966 →

19650031965003: (5P) - International Cooperation Year -
19650041965004: (10P) - International Cooperation Year -
19650051965005: (15p) - International Cooperation Year -
"
O196501O196501: 2P - Bird overprinted SERVICE in Burmese - White-browed fantail (bold type overprint 11,5mm wide ) - official stamp
" "
O196502O196502: 3P - Bird overprinted SERVICE in Burmese - White-browed fantail (bold type overprint 11,5mm wide ) - official stamp
" "
O196503O196503: 5P - Bird overprinted SERVICE in Burmese - Indian roller (bold type overprint 11,5mm wide ) - official stamp
" "
O196504O196504: 15P - Bird overprinted SERVICE in Burmese - Indian roller (bold type overprint 11,5mm wide ) - official stamp
" "
O196505O196505: 25P - Bird overprinted SERVICE in Burmese - Crested serpent eagle (bold type overprint 11,5mm wide ) - official stamp
"
O196506O196506: 1P - Bird overprinted SERVICE in Burmese - White-browed fantail (widely spaced overprint 15mm) - official stamp
O196507O196507: 2P - Bird overprinted SERVICE in Burmese - White-browed fantail (widely spaced overprint 15mm) - official stamp
O196508O196508: 3P - Bird overprinted SERVICE in Burmese - White-browed fantail (widely spaced overprint 15mm) - official stamp
O196509O196509: 15P - Bird overprinted SERVICE in Burmese - Indian roller (overprint 12mm with circles not 8's) - official stamp



mm1966

Union of Burma

← 1965

1966

1966 catalogue

1967 →

19660011966001: 15P - Farmers’ Day - Rice -
O196601O196601: 1P - Bird overprinted SERVICE in Burmese - White-browed fantail (25x21mm, fine type overprint) - official stamp
O196602O196602: 2P - Bird overprinted SERVICE in Burmese - White-browed fantail (25x21mm, fine type overprint) - official stamp
O196603O196603: 3P - Bird overprinted SERVICE in Burmese - White-browed fantail (25x21mm, fine type overprint) - official stamp
O196604O196604: 5P - Bird overprinted SERVICE in Burmese - Indian roller (22x27mm, fine type overprint) - official stamp
O196605O196605: 15P - Bird overprinted SERVICE in Burmese - Indian roller (22x27mm, fine type overprint) - official stamp
O196606O196606: 20P - Bird overprinted SERVICE in Burmese - Red-whiskered bulbul (35x25mm, fine type overprint) - official stamp
O196607O196607: 25P - Bird overprinted SERVICE in Burmese - Crested serpent eagle (27x37mm, fine type overprint) - official stamp
O196608O196608: 50P - Bird overprinted SERVICE in Burmese - Sarus crane (27x37mm, fine type overprint) - official stamp
O196609O196609: 1K - Bird overprinted SERVICE in Burmese - Malabar pied hornbill (27x37mm, fine type overprint) - official stamp
O196610O196610: 2K - Bird overprinted SERVICE in Burmese - Kalij pheasant (37x27mm, fine type overprint) - official stamp
O196611O196611: 5K - Bird overprinted SERVICE in Burmese - Green peafowl (27x37mm, fine type overprint) - official stamp



mm1967

Union of Burma

← 1966

1967

1967 catalogue

1968 →

19670011967001: 15P - Labour day -



mm1968

Union of Burma

← 1967

1968

1968 catalogue

1969 →

19680011968001: 15P - Independence: 20th anniversary - Aung San, Tractor -
19680021968002: 15P - Burmese pearl industry - largest Burmese pearl -
19680031968003: 1P - Bird - White-browed fantail (21x17mm (smaller)) -
19680041968004: 2P - Bird - White-browed fantail (21x17mm (smaller)) -
19680051968005: 3P - Bird - White-browed fantail (21x17mm (smaller)) -
19680071968007: 10P - Bird - Indian roller (24x28mm (larger)) -
19680141968014: 5K - Bird - Green peafowl (21x38mm) -
O196801O196801: 1P - Bird overprinted SERVICE in Burmese - White-browed fantail (21x17mm) - official stamp
O196805O196805: 15P - Bird overprinted SERVICE in Burmese - Indian roller (24x28mm) - official stamp
O196806O196806: 20P - Bird overprinted SERVICE in Burmese - Red-whiskered bulbul (38x21mm) - official stamp
O196810O196810: 2K - Bird overprinted SERVICE in Burmese - Kalij pheasant (38x21mm) - official stamp
O196811O196811: 5K - Bird overprinted SERVICE in Burmese - Green peafowl (21x38mm) - official stamp
: 15 pya - Peasant's Day - Wheat -



mm1969

Union of Burma

← 1968

1969

1969 catalogue

1970 →

19690011969001: 15P - Peasant’s Day - Wheat -
19690041969004: 15P - 1969 Southeast Asian Peninsular Games - Football -
19690051969005: 25P - 1969 Southeast Asian Peninsular Games - Sprint/running -



mm1970

Union of Burma

← 1969

1970

1970 catalogue

1971 →

19700011970001: 15P - Armed Forces Day -
19700021970002: 15P - United Nations: 25th anniversary - Solar system -
19700031970003: 15P - National Day: 50th anniversary - students’ 1920 uprising -
19700041970004: 25P - National Day: 50th anniversary - students’ 1920 uprising -
19700051970005: 50P - National Day: 50th anniversary - students’ 1920 uprising -



mm1971

Union of Burma

← 1970

1971

1971 catalogue

1972 →

19710011971001: 5P - Burmese Socialist Program Party - workers, farmers, technicians -
19710021971002: 15P - Burmese Socialist Program Party - Burmese of various races and flags -
19710031971003: 25P - Burmese Socialist Program Party -
19710041971004: 50P - Burmese Socialist Program Party - socialist party flag -
se-tenant:
1971004-y : with simulated perfortations, 95P (1971)souvenir sheet
 
19710051971005: 15P - UNICEF: 25th anniversary -



mm1972

Union of Burma

← 1971

1972

1972 catalogue

1973 →

19720011972001: 15P - 25th Union Day - Aung San, Independence monument, Pinlon -
19720021972002: 50P - 25th Union Day - Aung San, Independence monument, Pinlon -
19720031972003: K1 - 25th Union Day - Map, Myanmar flag, pointing to Pinlon -
19720041972004: 15P - Revolutionary Council: 10th anniversary -
19720051972005: 15P - World Health Month -



mm1973

Union of Burma

← 1972

1973

1973 catalogue

1974 →

19730011973001: 15P - Census -
19730021973002: 5P - National Referendum -
19730031973003: 10P - National Referendum -
19730041973004: 15P - National Referendum -



mm1974

Socialist Republic of the Union of Burma

← 1973

1974

1974 catalogue

1975 →

Ne Win ruled Burma as a de facto dictator as Chairman of the BSPP and other top offices including Prime Minister and President. Burma was renamed the Socialist Republic of the Union of Burma and the Union Revolutionary Council was replaced with the People's Assembly in 1974. The Burmese Way to Socialism was characterized by isolationism, totalitarianism, superstition, xenophobia, sinophobia, and the rejection of Cold War politics. The Burmese Way to Socialism has largely been described by scholars as an "abject failure", and as turning one of the most prosperous countries in Asia into one of the world's poorest.[3] Burma experienced greatly increased poverty, inequality, corruption and international isolation, and has been described as "disastrous".

19740011974001: 15P - Socialist Republic Parliament - Myanmar flag, 1820-1974 -
19740021974002: 50P - Socialist Republic Parliament -
19740041974004: 15P - Universal Postal Union: 100th anniversary -
19740051974005: 20P - Universal Postal Union: 100th anniversary -
19740061974006: 50P - Universal Postal Union: 100th anniversary -
19740071974007: K1 - Universal Postal Union: 100th anniversary - Burmese doll -
19740091974009: 1P - Burmese Peoples - Kachin (SOCIALIST REPUBLIC OF THE UNION OF BURMA) -
19740101974010: 3P - Burmese Peoples - Kerenni (SOCIALIST REPUBLIC OF THE UNION OF BURMA) -



mm1975

Socialist Republic of the Union of Burma

← 1974

1975

1975 catalogue

1976 →

By 1975 there were 1094 postoffices.

19750011975001: 50P - International Women's Year -
19750021975002: K2 - International Women's Year -



mm1976

Socialist Republic of the Union of Burma

← 1975

1976

1976 catalogue

1977 →

19760011976001: 20P - Constitution Day -
19760021976002: 50P - Constitution Day -
19760041976004: 10P - Literacy Year -
19760051976005: 15P - Literacy Year - Abacus -
19760061976006: 50P - Literacy Year -
19760071976007: K1 - Literacy Year -



mm1977

Socialist Republic of the Union of Burma

← 1976

1977

1977 catalogue

1978 →

19770011977001: 15P - Burma Railways: 100th anniversary - Steam locomotive -
19770021977002: 20P - Burma Railways: 100th anniversary - Steam locomotive, ox cart -
19770031977003: 25P - Burma Railways: 100th anniversary - Diesel locomotive, Steam locomotive -
19770051977005: K1 - Burma Railways: 100th anniversary - Diesel locomotive -
19770061977006: 50P - Inauguration of Karaweik Pagoda -
19770071977007: K1 - Inauguration of Karaweik Pagoda -



mm1979

Socialist Republic of the Union of Burma

← 1978

1979

1979 catalogue

1980 →

19790011979001: 15P - Jewellery - Jade dragon -
19790021979002: 20P - Jewellery - Gold bird with large pearl -
19790031979003: 50P - Jewellery - Pearl necklace -
19790051979005: 25P - Inauguration of Communications satellite -
19790061979006: 25P - International Year of the Child -
19790071979007: 50P - International Year of the Child -



mm1980

Socialist Republic of the Union of Burma

← 1979

1980

1980 catalogue

1981 →

19800011980001: 25P - World Meteorological Day - Weather balloon -
19800021980002: 50P - World Meteorological Day - Weather satellite -
19800031980003: 20P - Olympic Games 1980 Moscow, Soviet Union - Weightlifting -
19800041980004: 50P - Olympic Games 1980 Moscow, Soviet Union - Boxing -
19800051980005: K1 - Olympic Games 1980 Moscow, Soviet Union - Football -



mm1981

Socialist Republic of the Union of Burma

← 1980

1981

1981 catalogue

1983 →

19810051981005: 25P - International Year of the Disabled Persons -



mm1983

Socialist Republic of the Union of Burma

← 1981

1983

1983 catalogue

1984 →

19830011983001: 15P - World Communications Year -
19830021983002: 25P - World Communications Year -
19830031983003: 50P - World Communications Year -
19830041983004: K1 - World Communications Year -
19830051983005: 15P - World Food Day -
19830061983006: 25P - World Food Day -
19830071983007: 50P - World Food Day -
19830081983008: K1 - World Food Day -



mm1984

Socialist Republic of the Union of Burma

← 1983

1984

1984 catalogue

1985 →

19840011984001: 15P - World Food Day -
19840021984002: 25P - World Food Day -
19840031984003: 50P - World Food Day -
19840041984004: K1 - World Food Day -



mm1985

Socialist Republic of the Union of Burma

← 1984

1985

1985 catalogue

1989 →

19850011985001: 15P - International Youth Year -



mm1989

Socialist Republic of the Union of Burma

← 1985

1989

1989 catalogue

1990 →

The State Peace and Development Council, abbreviated SPDC was the official name of the military government of Burma, which seized power under the rule of Saw Maung in 1988. On 30 March 2011, Senior General and Council Chairman Than Shwe signed a decree that officially dissolved the Council. From 1988 to 1997, the SPDC was known as the State Law and Order Restoration Council (abbreviated SLORC), which had replaced the Burma Socialist Programme Party. In 1997, SLORC was abolished and reconstituted as the State Peace and Development Council (SPDC). The powerful regional military commanders, who were members of SLORC, were promoted to new positions and transferred to the capital of Rangoon (now Yangon). The new regional military commanders were not included in the membership of the SPDC.

19890011989001: 15P - Burmese Peoples - Chin (UNION OF BURMA) -
19890021989002: 50P - Burmese Peoples - Mon (UNION OF BURMA) -
19890031989003: K1 - Burmese Peoples - Arakanese (UNION OF BURMA) -



mm1990

Union of Myanmar

← 1989

1990

1990 catalogue

1991 →

Stamps bear the new name Union of Myanmar

19900011990001: K1 - State Law and Order Restoration Council - National Assembly Park, Fountain -
19900021990002: 15P - Burmese Peoples - Chin (UNION OF MYANMAR) -
19900051990005: K2 - United Nations Development Programme Farm Animals -



mm1991

Union of Myanmar

← 1990

1991

1991 catalogue

1992 →

19910011991001: 50P - Nawata Ruby - 496 karat -
19910021991002: 20P - Burmese Peoples - Birman (UNION OF MYANMAR) -



mm1992

Union of Myanmar

← 1991

1992

1992 catalogue

1993 →

19920011992001: 50P - Independence: 44th anniversary - Freedom fighters -
19920031992003: 50P - National Sports Festival -
19920041992004: 50P - Fight against AIDS -
19920051992005: 50P - International Conference on Nutrition, Rome -
19920071992007: K3 - International Conference on Nutrition, Rome -



mm1993

Union of Myanmar

← 1992

1993

1993 catalogue

1994 →

19930011993001: 50P - State Law and Order Restoration Council -
19930021993002: K3 - State Law and Order Restoration Council -
19930051993005: K3 - Equestrian Festival -



mm1994

Union of Myanmar

← 1993

1994

1994 catalogue

1995 →

19940011994001: K4 - Environment day -
19940021994002: K3 - Union of Solidarity & Development: 1th anniversary -



mm1995

Union of Myanmar

← 1994

1995

1995 catalogue

1996 →

19950011995001: 50P - Armed Forces Day: 50th anniversary - fireworks in Yangon -
19950021995002: K2 - International Day Against Drug Abuse and Illicit Trafficking -
19950031995003: 50P - Myanmar motion pictures: 75th anniversary -
19950041995004: K4 - United Nations: 50th anniversary -
19950051995005: 50P - University of Yangon: 75th anniversary -
19950061995006: K2 - University of Yangon: 75th anniversary -
19951001995100: 20P - Burmese Peoples - Birman (erroneously or purpously ? issued with the old name UNION OF BURMA) - error - recalled



mm1996

Union of Myanmar

← 1995

1996

1996 catalogue

1997 →

19960011996001: 50P - Visit Myanmar Year - boat on Inlay Lake with food bowl for Buddha -
19960021996002: K4 - Visit Myanmar Year - royal barge on Kandawgyi (Royal Lake), Yangoon -
19960041996004: K2 - International Letter Writing Week -
19960051996005: K5 - International Letter Writing Week -
19960061996006: K1 - UNESCO: 50th anniversary - Breastfeeding -
19960071996007: K2 - UNESCO: 50th anniversary - Vaccination -



mm1997

Union of Myanmar

← 1996

1997

1997 catalogue

1998 →

19970011997001: K1 - ASEAN: 30th anniversary -
19970021997002: K2 - ASEAN: 30th anniversary -



mm1998

Union of Myanmar

← 1997

1998

1998 catalogue

1999 →

19980011998001: K2 - Independence: 50th anniversary - Lion Throne of Burma -



mm1999

Union of Myanmar

← 1998

1999

1999 catalogue

2000 →

19990011999001: K2 - Asian-Pacific Decade of Disabled Persons 1993-2002 -
19990021999002: K5 - Asian-Pacific Decade of Disabled Persons 1993-2002 -
19990031999003: K20 - Musical Instruments - Rakhine -
19990051999005: K50 - Musical Instruments - Shan pot drum -
19990061999006: K2 - Universal Postal Union: 125th anniversary -
19990071999007: K5 - Universal Postal Union: 125th anniversary -



mm2000

Union of Myanmar

← 1999

2000

2000 catalogue

2001 →

20000012000001: K2 - Independence: 52th anniversary -
20000022000002: K100 - Musical Instruments - Kachin gong -
20000032000003: K2 - World Meteorological Day: 50th anniversary - Anemometer -
20000042000004: K5 - World Meteorological Day: 50th anniversary -
20000052000005: K100 - World Meteorological Day: 50th anniversary -
20000062000006: K5 - Diplomatic Relations with People’s Republic of China: 50th anniversary - Mandalay, Chinese Wall -
20000072000007: K2 - Decade against drugs (1991-2000) -



mm2001

Union of Myanmar

← 2000

2001

2001 catalogue

2002 →

20010012001001: K2 - Independence: 53th anniversary -



mm2002

Union of Myanmar

← 2001

2002

2002 catalogue

2003 →

20020012002001: (K2) - Independence: 54th anniversary (fully in Burmese) -
20020022002002: K30 - Independence: 54th anniversary -



mm2003

Union of Myanmar

← 2002

2003

2003 catalogue

2004 →

20030012003001: (K2) - Independence: 55th anniversary (fully in Burmese) -
20030022003002: 30K - Independence: 55th anniversary -



mm2004

Union of Myanmar

← 2003

2004

2004 catalogue

2007 →

20040012004001: 30K - Flora in Myanmar - Paphiopedilum wardii -
20040022004002: 30K - Flora in Myanmar - Mango -
20040032004003: K2 - FIFA: 100th anniversary -
20040042004004: - World Buddhist Summit - Bogan pagodas -
20040052004005: - World Buddhist Summit - Bogan pagodas -



mm2007

Union of Myanmar

← 2004

2007

2007 catalogue

2008 →

20070012007001: (K2) - Independence: 59th anniversary (fully in Burmese) -
20070022007002: K5 - Independence: 59th anniversary -
20070032007003: (K2) - National Convention (fully in Burmese) -
20070042007004: (K3) - National Convention (fully in Burmese) -
20070052007005: (K50) - National Convention (fully in Burmese) -
20070062007006: K50 - ASEAN - Secretariat building Bandar Seri Begawan, Brunei Darussalam (Joint-Issue) - stamp from souvenir sheet
20070072007007: K50 - ASEAN - National Museum of Cambodia (Joint-Issue) - stamp from souvenir sheet
20070082007008: K50 - ASEAN - Fatahillah Museum, Djakarta (Joint-Issue) - stamp from souvenir sheet
20070092007009: K50 - ASEAN - Lao Typical house (Joint-Issue) - stamp from souvenir sheet
20070102007010: K50 - ASEAN - Malayan Railway Headquarters, Kuala Lumpur (Joint-Issue) - stamp from souvenir sheet
20070112007011: K50 - ASEAN - Yangon Post Office (Joint-Issue) - stamp from souvenir sheet
20070122007012: K50 - ASEAN - Malacanang Palace Philippines (Joint-Issue) - stamp from souvenir sheet
20070132007013: K50 - ASEAN - National Museum of Singapore (Joint-Issue) - stamp from souvenir sheet
20070142007014: K50 - ASEAN - Vimanmek Mansion, Bangkok (Joint-Issue) - stamp from souvenir sheet
20070152007015: K50 - ASEAN - Presidential Palace, Hanoi (Joint-Issue) - stamp from souvenir sheet
se-tenant:
2007015-y (2007)souvenir sheet
 



mm2008

Republic of the Union of Myanmar

← 2007

2008

2008 catalogue

2009 →

20080012008001: K50 - Independence: 60th anniversary -
20080022008002: K100 - Independence: 60th anniversary -
20080032008003: K100 - Constitutional Referendum -
20080042008004: K100 - Constitutional Referendum -
20080052008005: K200 - Constitutional Referendum -



mm2009

Republic of the Union of Myanmar

← 2008

2009

2009 catalogue

2010 →

20090012009001: (K200) - Independence: 61th anniversary (fully in Burmese) -
20090022009002: K300 - Independence: 61th anniversary -



mm2010

Republic of the Union of Myanmar

← 2009

2010

2010 catalogue

2011 →

20100012010001: (K100) - Independence: 62th anniversary (fully in Burmese) -
20100022010002: (K200) - Independence: 62th anniversary (fully in Burmese) -
20100032010003: (K100) - Diplomatic Relations with People’s Republic of China: 60th anniversary (fully in Burmese) -
20100042010004: K500 - The Multi Party Democracy General Elections - Myanmar flag -
20100052010005: 100K - Vienna Convention for the Protection of the Ozone Layer: 25th anniversary - stamp from sheet of 1
2010005-y (2010)sheetlet of 1 stamp
 



mm2011

Republic of the Union of Myanmar

← 2010

2011

2011 catalogue

2012 →

The 2011–2015 Myanmar political reforms were a series of political, economic and administrative reforms in Myanmar undertaken by the military-backed government. These reforms include the release of pro-democracy leader Aung San Suu Kyi from house arrest and subsequent dialogues with her, establishment of the National Human Rights Commission, general amnesties of more than 200 political prisoners, institution of new labour laws that allow labour unions and strikes, relaxation of press censorship, and regulations of currency practices. As a consequence of the reforms, ASEAN has approved Myanmar's bid for the chairmanship in 2014. United States Secretary of State Hillary Clinton visited Myanmar on 1 December 2011, to encourage further progress; it was the first visit by a Secretary of State in more than fifty years.[2] United States President Barack Obama visited one year later, becoming the first US president to visit the country.

20110012011001: K100 - Independence: 63th anniversary - The Responsibility of New Government -
20110022011002: K500 - Independence: 63th anniversary - The Responsibility of New Government -



mm2012

Republic of the Union of Myanmar

← 2011

2012

2012 catalogue

2013 →

20120022012002: K1200 - Independence: 64th anniversary -
20120032012003: K100 - ASEAN - stamp from souvenir sheet
20120042012004: K100 - ASEAN - stamp from souvenir sheet
20120052012005: K100 - ASEAN - stamp from souvenir sheet
20120062012006: K200 - ASEAN - stamp from souvenir sheet
20120072012007: K200 - ASEAN - stamp from souvenir sheet
20120082012008: K200 - ASEAN - stamp from souvenir sheet
se-tenant:
2012008-y (2012)souvenir sheet
 
20120092012009: K500 - ASEAN Leaders Retreat -
20120102012010: K500 - ASEAN Leaders Retreat -



mm2013

Republic of the Union of Myanmar

← 2012

2013

2013 catalogue

2014 →

20130012013001: K100 - Independence: 65th anniversary - Yangon City Hall -
20130022013002: K100 - Independence: 65th anniversary -
20130032013003: 500K - Myanmar - Russia Diplomatic Relations: 65th anniversary - Red Square, Moskou, Temple of the Tooth Relic of Buddha -
20130042013004: K100 - 2013 Southeast Asian Games -
20130052013005: K100 - 2013 Southeast Asian Games -
20130062013006: K100 - 2013 Southeast Asian Games -
20130072013007: K100 - 2013 Southeast Asian Games -
20130082013008: K500 - 2013 Southeast Asian Games -
20130092013009: K500 - 2013 Southeast Asian Games -
20130102013010: K500 - 2013 Southeast Asian Games -
20130112013011: K500 - 2013 Southeast Asian Games -



mm2014

Republic of the Union of Myanmar

← 2013

2014

2014 catalogue

2015 →

20140012014001: K100 - Independence: 66th anniversary -
20140022014002: K200 - Independence: 66th anniversary -
20140032014003: K100 - Independence: 66th anniversary - stamp from sheet of 1
2014003-y (2014)sheetlet of 1 stamp
 
20140042014004: K100 - Census -
20140052014005: K100 - Census -
20140062014006: K100 - Census -
20140072014007: K100 - Census -
20140082014008: K100 - Census -
20140092014009: K100 - Census -
20140102014010: K200 - Census -
20140112014011: K200 - Census -
20140122014012: K200 - Census -
20140132014013: K200 - Census -
20140142014014: K200 - Census -
20140152014015: K100 - ASEAN chairmanship -
20140162014016: 100K - ASEAN chairmanship -
20140172014017: 100K - the Announcement of the Five Principles of Peaceful Co-existence by Myanmar, China and India: 60th anniversary - Great Wall of China, Taj Mahal -
20140182014018: 500K - the Announcement of the Five Principles of Peaceful Co-existence by Myanmar, China and India: 60th anniversary - Great Wall of China, Taj Mahal -



mm2015

Republic of the Union of Myanmar

← 2014

2015

2015 catalogue

2016 →

20150012015001: K100 - Independence: 67th anniversary -
20150022015002: K100 - Independence: 67th anniversary -
20150032015003: K200 - Independence: 67th anniversary -
20150042015004: K100 - ASEAN (Joint-Issue) -
20150052015005: K500 - ASEAN (Joint-Issue) -



mm2016

Republic of the Union of Myanmar

← 2015

2016

2016 catalogue

2017 →

20160012016001: K100 - Independence: 68th anniversary -
20160022016002: K100 - Independence: 68th anniversary -
20160032016003: K200 - Independence: 68th anniversary -
20160042016004: 100K - Panglong Peace conference -
20160052016005: K200 - Panglong Peace conference -
20160062016006: 500K - Panglong Peace conference -
20160072016007: 100K - 23rd ASEAN Postal Business Meeting -
20160082016008: 500K - 23rd ASEAN Postal Business Meeting -



mm2017

Republic of the Union of Myanmar

← 2016

2017

2017 catalogue

2018 →

20170012017001: K100 - Independence: 69th anniversary -
20170022017002: K500 - Ministry of Foreign Affairs: 70th anniversary - Aung San -
20170032017003: 1000K - ASEAN: 50th anniversary - Flower -



mm2018

Republic of the Union of Myanmar

← 2017

2018

2018 catalogue

2019 →

20180012018001: K100 - Independence: 70th anniversary -
20180022018002: K100 - Independence: 70th anniversary -
20180032018003: K100 - Independence: 70th anniversary -
20180042018004: K200 - Yangon Post Office Building: 110th anniversary -



mm2019

Republic of the Union of Myanmar

← 2018

2019

2019 catalogue

2020 →

20190012019001: K100 - Independence: 71th anniversary -
20190022019002: K100 - Independence: 71th anniversary -
20190032019003: K100 - Independence: 71th anniversary -
20190042019004: K200 - Seasonal Flowers and Festivals in Myanmar - Pyatho, 10th month of the traditional Burmese calendar, Clematis smilacifolia, Equestrianism -
20190052019005: K200 - Seasonal Flowers and Festivals in Myanmar - Tabodwe, 11th month of the traditional Burmese calendar, Butea monosperma, Htamanè Festival -
20190062019006: K200 - Seasonal Flowers and Festivals in Myanmar - Tabaung, 12th month of the traditional Burmese calendar, Calophyllum inophyllum, Sand Pagoda Festival -
20190072019007: K200 - Seasonal Flowers and Festivals in Myanmar - Tagu, 1st month of the traditional Burmese calendar, Pterocarpus macrocarpus, Thingyan Water Festival -
20190082019008: K200 - Seasonal Flowers and Festivals in Myanmar - Kason, 2nd month of the traditional Burmese calendar, Michelia champace, Bodhi Tree Water Pouring Festival -
20190092019009: K200 - Seasonal Flowers and Festivals in Myanmar - Nayon, 3rd month of the traditional Burmese calendar, Jasminum sambac, Religious Examination Festival -
20190102019010: K200 - Seasonal Flowers and Festivals in Myanmar - Waso , 4th month of the traditional Burmese calendar, Alexandrien laurel, Buddhist ordination feast -
20190112019011: K200 - Seasonal Flowers and Festivals in Myanmar - Wagaung, 5th month of the traditional Burmese calendar, Crinum amoenum, Sayedanmè Festival -
20190122019012: K200 - Seasonal Flowers and Festivals in Myanmar - Tawthalin, 6th month of the traditional Burmese calendar, Chukrasia tabularis, Boat Racing Festival -
20190132019013: K200 - Seasonal Flowers and Festivals in Myanmar - Thidingyut , 7th month of the traditional Burmese calendar, Nelumbo nucifera, Thidingyut Festival of Lights -
20190142019014: K200 - Seasonal Flowers and Festivals in Myanmar - Tazaungmon, 8th month of the traditional Burmese calendar, Luffa acutangula Roxb, Kathina Robe Offering Festival -
20190152019015: K200 - Seasonal Flowers and Festivals in Myanmar - Nadaw, 9th month of the traditional Burmese calendar, Bulbophyllum auricomum, Myanmar Literature Festival -
20190162019016: K100 - ASEAN: 52th anniversary Clothing and costumes - Kachin - stamp from souvenir sheet
20190172019017: K100 - ASEAN: 52th anniversary Clothing and costumes - Kayah - stamp from souvenir sheet
20190182019018: K100 - ASEAN: 52th anniversary Clothing and costumes - Karen - stamp from souvenir sheet
20190192019019: K100 - ASEAN: 52th anniversary Clothing and costumes - Chin - stamp from souvenir sheet
20190202019020: K100 - ASEAN: 52th anniversary Clothing and costumes - Mon - stamp from souvenir sheet
20190212019021: K100 - ASEAN: 52th anniversary Clothing and costumes - Bamar - stamp from souvenir sheet
20190222019022: K100 - ASEAN: 52th anniversary Clothing and costumes - Rakhine - stamp from souvenir sheet
20190232019023: K100 - ASEAN: 52th anniversary Clothing and costumes - Shan - stamp from souvenir sheet
se-tenant:
2019023-y (2019)souvenir sheet
 
20190242019024: K100 - ASEAN: 52th anniversary Clothing and costumes - Kachin -
20190252019025: K100 - ASEAN: 52th anniversary Clothing and costumes - Kayah -
20190262019026: K100 - ASEAN: 52th anniversary Clothing and costumes - Karen -
20190272019027: K100 - ASEAN: 52th anniversary Clothing and costumes - Chin -
20190282019028: K100 - ASEAN: 52th anniversary Clothing and costumes - Mon -
20190292019029: K100 - ASEAN: 52th anniversary Clothing and costumes - Bamar -
20190302019030: K100 - ASEAN: 52th anniversary Clothing and costumes - Rakhine -
20190312019031: K100 - ASEAN: 52th anniversary Clothing and costumes - Shan -
2019031-y (2019)
 
20190322019032: K100 - Mahatma Gandhi: 150th anniversary -
20190332019033: 200K - Universal Postal Union: 145th anniversary -



mm2020

Republic of the Union of Myanmar

← 2019

2020

2020 catalogue

2021 →

20200012020001: K200 - Independence: 72th anniversary -
20200022020002: K200 - Independence: 72th anniversary -
20200032020003: K200 - Independence: 72th anniversary -




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