Cyprus Stamps online

I am a collector of Cyprus stamps (Pre-Republic and Republic of Cyprus).

In addition, I buy and sell Cyprus First Day Covers and Postal History Items along with Turkish Cypriot stamps and covers from the Occupied areas of Northern Cyprus.

For more information and to see my available stock, please feel free to visit my website:
All stamp purchases are completed using PayPal secure payment system - we never see your payment details.

Also Cyprus Geological collectables (books, ophiolite specimens, maps etc) and other Cyprus collectable items - postcards, maps, breweriana and more...

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Saturday, June 25, 2011

New - Malta & Gibraltar First Day Covers

We've added just a few into the relevant Malta or Gibraltar "mint & used stamp categories".

I've put the images on my twitpic account too:

Many more Cyprus (Republic) and Turkish Cypriot (North Cyprus) stamps and covers available on Cyprus Stamps online shop and website.

Monday, June 13, 2011

NEW – Specialist Cyprus stamp collectors album.

Brought to you by Onlne PR Media

Online PR News – 12-June-2011 –Cyprus Stamps website is privileged to be able to provide this specialist printable Cyprus stamp album.
Specially designed by Eastwood Albums, these album pages (all fully illustrated in colour), in A4 format, cover all Cyprus stamps issued from 1880 right up to the present day and are planned to accommodate a straightforward collection, which includes the main watermark and perforation changes.

You will find that this album closely follows the SG One Country Catalogue 2008 edition. It will include especially designed front pages along with album splines.
Revenue and Frama label pages may be purchased as an optional extra.
Please note: the album will be sent to you in PDF format, recorded on a CD and dispatched by Royal Mail directly to you by the designer. The album pages are formatted to print in UK A4 format only.
Available to purchase now in the "New In Stock" category.

Friday, June 10, 2011

NEW Cyprus stamps - Tall Ships & Cypriot Nobel Prize Winner, Christopher Pissarides

 "Tall Ships" and Christopher Pissarides "The Cypriot Nobel Prize Winner" - 2 new stamp issues were released on 8th June 2011.

Cyprus Stamps SG 2011 Tall Ships 3 values
 Tall Ships - 8 June 2011 Cyprus issue 

Tall ships have a particular place in the history of shipbuilding, that is vessels with sails that hang from the mast or from the spars of the mast and which capture the force of the wind so that these vessels move along.
The ancient Egyptians were the first to build sailing vessels. The first sails manufactured were from animal hides or reeds and woven linen sails were manufactured subsequently. Sails come in various shapes and have different names (for example topsail, topgallant, etc). The Arabs were the first to introduce triangular sails, known as "latini" which were suitably adjusted on the masts and gave the vessel the ability to "cruise" even against the direction of the wind.

By the 16th century when shipbuilding developed, a second deck was added to sailing vessels and the variety of sail formations and naval architecture created countless varieties of vessels (caravels, frigates, brigs, brigantines, barques, galleys, etc).

The invention of the steam engine at the end of the 18th century and its introduction into shipbuilding at the beginning of the 19th century led to an abandonment of sail and the domination of steam engines on the seas.

Today, tall ships are powered by sails and engines and sailboats are used for pleasure purposes or to take part in sailing competitions.

Text: Paschalis Eliopoulos, Nicosia
Source: Stamps and Philatelic Services, Cyprus Post

The 2011 issue comprises of 3 indivdual stamps (Galleon €0,22, Caravel €0,43 and Brig €0,85). Also available on first day cover and as full sheets.

Cyprus Stamps SG 2011 Cypriot Nobel Prize Winner

Christopher Pissarides, the Cypriot economist, was awarded the Nobel Prize in Economics, jointly with Dale Mortensen and Peter A. Diamond, in 2010, for their contribution to the theory of search frictions and macroeconomics.
Christopher Pissarides, whose origins are from Agros, a village in the mountains, and who was born in Nicosia in 1948, is the first Cypriot to have been awarded a Nobel Prize. He attended the Eleneio Elementary School and the Pancyprian Gymnasium. he studied at the University of Essex and subsequentlly received his PhD from the London School of Economics (LSE).

He is currently a Professor of Economics at the LSE, the Director of the Economics Department and of the Research Programme on Macroeconomics at the Centre for Economic Performance, both at the LSE. He is an expert on the labour market and in research into economic policy. His book, "Equilibrium Unemployment Theory" is considered standard reference book on unemployment. It has contributed to the better understanding of this phenomenon and constitutes a vital tool in labour market analysis.

Text: Paschalis Eliopoulos, Nicosia
Source: Stamps and Philatelic Services, Cyprus Post

This 2011 issue comprises of a single stamp with the value of €1,71

To view more stamps, first day covers and full sheets from these issues please visit Cyprus Stamps website.