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This video provides a short introduction to the postage stamps of Vatican City. It includes information on how to learn more about stamp collecting.
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Recently we posted the UFN announcement for a new stamp issued for the Pope's 2019 trip to Romania (see brouchure). The Houston Chronicle reported some events of the trip in an Associated Press article (see newspaper clipping). Wikipedia has a nice article on the on the Sumuleu Ciuc Shrine in Romania.
The 381th issue of Vatican Notes was mailed to VPS members in early October. This issue tells the story of space exploration and Vatican City stamps. (read article)
The VPS publication Vatican Notes is on-line with issues starting from the 1950's. New issues are published quarterly.Visit Library
Golden Series Covers: A listing by K. Thomas Adkins