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In 2022, 26 important events in Estonia will be depicted on postage stamps
Postage stamps that will be issued, depict important events and people in our country and society.
The first two postage stamps of the year will be issued on 6 January. In the series of postage stamps dedicated to Estonian churches, a postage stamp of St Mary’s Church in Tartu will be issued, as well as a postage stamp for the Beijing Winter Olympics in cooperation with the Estonian Olympic Committee. During the year, several other historical anniversaries will be depicted on our postage stamps, such as Johan Pitka 150, the Society of Estonian Literati 150, the Town Hall Pharmacy 600, the Tennis Association 100, the first mention of the Town Hall 700, and the Livonian Diet 600.
Postage stamps will also be issued to celebrate the beauty of Estonian nature: postage stamps are planned for the Eurasian woodcock, the curly birch, and the flying squirrel. A postage stamp specially designed for children will be issued for the International Day for Protection of Children, a charity postage stamp will be issued in September in cooperation with the Estonian Cancer Society, and a postage stamp with a very exciting special solution for raising road traffic safety awareness will be issued in November. Traditional Christmas stamps, the next postage stamp of the Gold Foundation of the Art Museum of Estonia, and several other postage stamps are also planned.
Plan for the issuance of Estonian postage stamps in 2022
Date Name of stamp
6 January Beijing 2022 Winter Olympics
6 January Church – St Mary’s Church in Tartu
1 February Chinese New Year – Year of the Tiger
16 February Johan Pitka 150
17 March Society of Estonian Literati 150
31 March Bird of the Year – Eurasian woodcock
8 April Town Hall Pharmacy 600
11 April Estonian Tennis Association 100
21 April Estonian Forest Trees – curly birch
5 May EUROPA – Stories and myths
19 May Environmentally Friendly Postage Stamp
1 June Children’s Stamp
9 June Motor sailer Läänemaa
7 July 700th Anniversary of the First Written Record of the Town Hall
25 August Great Estonian Things
1 September Livonian Diet 600
9 September Estonian fauna – flying squirrel
16 September Stamp for Charity – Estonian Cancer Society
23 September Seasons
1 October Postcrossing
20 October Christmas
27 October Lighthouse – Narva-Jõesuu Lighthouse
1 November Road Traffic Safety
17 November Art – Gold Foundation of the Art Museum of Estonia
Pursuant to the rules of the Universal Postal Union (UPU), the theme and design of a postage stamp must be closely related with the cultural identity of the issuing country, help spread culture and peace, be free of politics, and must not be offensive towards a person or a country.
When it comes to anniversaries or events, stamps usually celebrate major milestones such as 100, 125, 150, etc. Postage stamps of living persons are normally only in case of presidents and Olympic medalists.
The postage stamp plan can also be found in the e-shop of Omniva.
06.01.2022In addition to the postage stamp, the first day cover and information card will also be published.
03.01.2022Postage stamps that will be issued, depict important events and people in our country and society.
29.12.2021In addition to the postage stamp block, the first day cover and information card will also be published. The first day stamp is used at the Toompea post office.
27.08.2021Eesti Post once again invites everyone to make suggestions for the coverage of Estonian state life, history, culture, and other important events and topics on the 2022 postage stamps. Suggestions can be submitted until the end of September.
28.08.2020On the 100th anniversary of the first Estonian Olympic victory, Eesti Post is releasing a pure silver postage stamp depicting the country’s first Olympic champion: Alfred Neuland, the winner of the gold medal in weightlifting at the Antwerp Olympic Games. This year also marks 125 years since the hero's birth.
30.07.2020From June 1 of this year, Omniva Latvija’s office and sorting centre are located in the most energy-efficient logistics centre in Latvia – Green Park in Mārupe. The new premises house the most modern parcel sorting centre in Latvia, and Omniva has invested 350 000 euros into an automated parcel sorting machine, which will allow to improve the parcel sorting efficiency by 40%.
29.07.2020The first six months of 2020 were the most successful of the past five years for Omniva – e-commerce gained momentum and clients’ preference for parcel machines increased the operating revenue and significantly impacted profitability.
23.07.2020Hrvatska pošta entered into an agreement with Estonian state-owned company Omniva for the use of their parcel locker software. Strategic co-operation will also be launched between the two parties, during which Omniva will advise the establishment and launching of parcel locker network in Croatia.
01.07.2020In the past the acquisition of new stamps has taken place behind the counters of post offices or via online store, however from June people have the opportunity to place a standing order to get new philately products automatically to their personal mailbox.
10.07.201919 designs were entered in the Christmas postage stamp competition of Eesti Post, 17 of which complied with the conditions of the competition. The winning design was inspired by folk patterns and patterned mittens.
05.07.2019Today, Omniva issues a special series of stamp products to mark the 150th anniversary of the first song festival, which consists of a singing song festival souvenir sheet printed on cotton material and a philatelic numismatic cover (PNC) featuring the souvenir sheet and a 2-euro song festival commemorative coin issued by the Bank of Estonia.
17.06.2019Eesti Post invites everyone to give ideas for recording state, historical, cultural and other significant events and topics on postage stamps.
27.05.2019Omniva has announced a competition with a prize fund for finding a design for the most popular stamp of the year. Similarly to previous years, this year’s Christmas stamp will also be special – it will be printed on felt.
16.05.2019To mark the 150th anniversary of the first Song Festival, Omniva will issue a special series of stamp products which consists of a singing song festival souvenir sheet printed on cotton material and a philatelic numismatic cover (PNC) featuring the souvenir sheet and a 2-euro song festival commemorative coin issued by the Bank of Estonia.
03.01.2018The newly begun year of 2018 marks the centenary of the Republic of Estonia. On 22 February 2018, Omniva shall issue a unique pure silver postage stamp displaying the coat of arms of Estonia for the 100th anniversary of the Republic of Estonia.
01.07.2014During the Song Celebration, there will be an Eesti Post tent open on the Tallinn song festival grounds from 4. To 6. July where you will be able to buy postcards and purchase Song and Dance Celebration Festival themed postcards and commemorative coins.
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