For the 2016 members’ joint publication, which has the theme of “Seasons”, POST Luxembourg provided the stamp “Spring in the Ösling”. Alan Johnston PhD, the creator of the artwork, is inspired by climatic, ecological and geological environmental features and “assimilates” them, giving his works an almost documentary-like authenticity. This picture of Bourscheid Castle in spring 2016 reflects the rainy and gloomy season that Luxembourg was experiencing at the time.
SEPAC folder 2016
The Small European Postal Administration Cooperation (SEPAC) is an organisation that brings together the small postal administrations of Europe: Åland, the Faroe Islands, Gibraltar, Greenland, Guernsey, Iceland, the Isle of Man, Jersey, Liechtenstein, Malta, Monaco, the Vatican and Luxembourg. The aim of SEPAC is to promote philately with the aim of keeping stamps in use as opposed to other franking options. Each set contains stamps from the 12 SEPAC members that took part in the 2016 project.
Vote for the best SEPAC stamp of 2016 and win the year’s collection of all the SEPAC members that publish stamps.