Eurasian Bullfinch

1,30 EUR

Choose number of mint or cancelled stamps below:

Mint stamp
Cancelled stamp
What do the symbols mean?
Mint stamp
Cancelled stamp
Mint gutter pair. A gutter pair is torn from the centre of a stamp sheet and consists of two stamps with two blank fields between them. A sheet of stamps usually holds 3-5 gutter pairs. Åland Post is one of a few postal administrations in the world that offers gutter pairs.
Cancelled gutter pair. A gutter pair is torn from the centre of a stamp sheet and consists of two stamps with two blank fields between them. A sheet of stamps usually holds 3-5 gutter pairs. Åland Post is one of a few postal administrations in the world that offers gutter pairs.
A gutter pair strip is a complete strip of all the gutter pairs from a sheet, normally holding 3-5 gutter pairs, totalling 6-10 stamps.
A full sheet is a complete sheet of stamps, usually between 24 and 40 stamps. All stamps that are not issued in the form of miniature sheets, booklets and self-adhesives may be ordered as full sheets.

Product description

  • Klaus Welp
  • 03.11.2021
  • 1 motif in sheets of 20 no-value-indicator Christmas postage stamps.
  • 24, 000, 000 stamps
  • 39 x 27 mm
  • 6/6 offset
  • Joh. Enschedé
  • This year, Posti Finland issues three Christmas stamps portraying a Eurasian bullfinch, a Christmas tree, and northern lights. Artist Klaus Welp describes his thoughts behind this Christmas stamp: “In the stamp, I sought a balance between humour and warmth. The light of a Christmas Morning, crisp cold weather and a content Eurasian bullfinch eating rowan berries.”