The colors of Ukraine are blue and yellow, as can be seen in their flag.
I’m a big fan of differentiating countries in binders based on color. My Ukrainian stamps are in yellow binders. Ireland is in green and The US is in blue.
I’m using the Staples Better Binder for my Ukraine collection, and I love the way you label the spine. Here’s what I did for Ukraine:
I like the way it looks. If anyone wants the Scribus and PDF file for the binder spine, let me know.
Had a lot of free time on my hands today and decided to marathon through and finish 2016. Here is a screen shot:
And you can download the file here: https://github.com/apastuszak/tryzub-ukrainian-stamp-album/releases/tag/2016.1
I’m putting them all in mounts and measuring them now. Stay tuned….
Version 3 of the 2000 supplement is being re-released with MICHEL catalog numbers and dates of issue. I also rearranged the stamps to try and keep them, as best I could in date of issue order.
You can download the supplement from Github here:
And a screenshot:
And here’s the 1999 supplement with MICHEL catalog numbers and dates of release added to the pages.
Pages can be downloaded here:
I’m finally getting around to updating older pages with MICHEL catalog numbers and dates of issue. This is the update for the 1998 supplement.
You can download the supplement here:
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’e been about 3 months and NOBODY noticed that Michel 1525, the Wooden Churches stamp was just COMPLETELY MISSING?
Well, good thing I did! That’s the only change to this release. One stamp I missed.
You can download the pages from Github here:
If you want to see the full version history, also known as the wall of shame, you can see that here:
And here is the corrected page, if anyone wants to see it:
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.