The supplement is more than half done. I’m waiting for the last of the 2016 stamps to arrive from Ukraine. Hopefully I can release it in March.
Fellow UPNS member Stepan Moskal was kind enough to point out that I screwed up 4 stamps in this album by having incorrect release date on the pages. The four stamps in question are:
Michel 1471 – Correct release date is May 8, 2015
Michel 1514 – Correct release date is November November 6, 2015
Michel 1523 – Correct release date is December 2, 2015
Michel 1522 – Correct release date is November 24, 2015
You can download release 1.2 from Github here:
Thank you Stepan for catching these errors!
So, it took a little longer than 2 more weeks, but it is finally here!
The definitives were a bit of a pain. I may need to go back and change the date on some of them.
Here’s a pic of one of the pages:
You can download the files from here: https://github.com/apastuszak/tryzub-ukrainian-stamp-album/archive/v1.0.zip
I did something a little different this time and stored the files on Github, because I am a geek.
Another 2 weeks and the 2015 Ukrainian supplement will be done. Been a busy first quarter.
2016 is here and it’s time to start work on the Tryzub Ukrainian Stamp Album 2016 supplement! I have every stamp Ukriane issued through the beginnig of December and am about to place an order for the rest of December. Hopefully, I’ll have something for everyone by the end of the month.
And, yes, I am still working on updating the older pages to include MICHEL numbers. Sadly, my time is scarce these days, so I don’t get as much done as I would like.
I’m hoping 2016 will allow me to work on this and more Ireland and US pages.
Hope every had a good holiday!
The Vienna Issue is an interesting issue in Ukrainian history. Printed in the second half of 1920 to replace all postage in Ukraine, the stamps never saw public circulation because Bolshevik Army defeated the Ukrainian National Republic forces before they could be distributed. There are 14 stamps in total, taking up 2 album pages.
Here’s a sample page for you to stare at:
Under the logic of “If you got them, mount them!”, I created a page for the 1918 Ukrainian stamps that ARE NOT overprints. I found a glassine envelope in a drawer with the 5 stamps in it and decided to make a page.
Here is screenshot of the page:
Spent the weekend redoing the Tryzub Ukrainian Stamp Album 2006 supplement. The following changes have been added to the supplement:
- MICHEL Catalog numbers and dates of issue have been added for all stamps
- Added an extra option to mount the Europa booklet opened on it’s own page. Pick which one you would prefer to mount out your booklet.
- The Mickiewicz Square stamp is now just a stamp instead of a whole sheet. I thought it was silly to mount the whole sheet. If anyone wants the whole sheet back, let me know.
- Added MICHEL BLOCK 57 – Ukrainian Cossack State, because I completely forgot them.
The 2012 Supplement update with dates and catalog numbers has been sitting around and waiting for me to finish it for a long time. Well, with the holiday weekend in the US, I took an hour out this morning and finally finished it.
The supplement is the same as the old 2012 supplement, except it now includes MICHEL catalog numbers and release dates.
Here’s a sample page of the definitives: