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PO Box 27404
Marion Square
Wellington

NEW ZEALAND
Email: stamps@pitcairn.gov.pn
Tel +64 4 385 3765
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Women of the Bounty MS with Melbourne Show Logo
2017 Melbourne Stamp and Coin Show

In March/April 2017 the Pitcairn Islands Philatelic Bureau will attend  this stamp show to promote and sell the stamps of the Pitcairn Islands.

To commemorate this event a special "Women of the Bounty" miniature sheet featuring the show's logo will be available.

Pitcairn Island's first postage stamps were issued on 15 October 1940, and issues have been sought after by philatelists, or those seeking a connection with the Pitcairn Islands and its fascinating history involving the HMAV Bounty.

The Pitcairn Islands Philatelic Bureau represents the Pitcairn Island Post Office and is maintained in New Zealand in an effort to overcome communication and supply difficulties resulting from Pitcairn's isolation.

The Bureau limits the number of special issues to no more than six a year which means generally, that a collection of every mint stamp produced during the year will cost the collector approximately $NZ40.00, exclusive of the current definitive issue.  Cancelled to Order stamps, corner blocks, gutter pairs, miniature sheets, and First Day Covers are also available. 

Join the Stamps Bureau As a preferential Standing Order customer you will receive new stamp issues and/or annual collections as soon as they are released. You will also be sent bulletins giving issue information and details of the following issue plus special offers from time-to-time that are only available to Standing Order customers.
Current Issues
Stamp issues currently available from the Philatelic Bureau.
Annual Collections
These feature all of the Pitcairn issues released in that year. They can be ordered with or without Pitcairn's latest definitive issue.
Past Issues Issues back to 2000 are available from the Philatelic Bureau Archive but at a 50% premium on face value. For issues prior to 2000 please try worldwide philatelic agents and dealers.