Joint Issue Brazil–Germany: 500 Years of Lutheran Reformation
Art: Antonia Graschberger Print system: offset Sheet: 25 stamps Paper: gummed chalky paper Face value: R$4.15 Issue: 500,000 stamps Design area: 39mm x 21mm Stamp dimension: 44mm x 26mm Perforation: 11 x 11.5 Date of issue: April 13th, 2017
The postal stamp presents the mark composed of the image and the title: Luther 2017 500 years of the Reformation – In the beginning was the Word for the year of the jubilee of the event.
Brazilian Birds – Araripe manakin, Purple-winged Ground-Dove and Blue-eyed Ground-Dove
The stamps highlight three beautiful birds, in critical danger of extinction, existing in Brazilian soil: Soldadinho-do-araripe (Araripe manakin) – Antilophia bokermanni, Pararu-espelho (Purple-winged Ground-Dove) – Claravis geoffroyi and Rolinha-do-planalto (Blue-eyed Ground-Dove) – Columbina cyanopis (exclusives to Brazil). The stamps portrait the bucolic simplicity of these birds in their natural habitats, focused, in this postal issue, for their rarity and exoticism. Also displayed on the stamp is the Birdpex 8 logo, international philatelic event to take place in the Grand duchy of Luxemburg in 2018.
Art: Raphael Dutra Print system: offset Date of issue: June 19 th , 2017
GUMMED Sheet: 15 stamps (5 of each) Paper: gummed chalky paper Facial value: R$1.25 Issue: 600,000 stamps Design area: 25mm x 35mm Stamp dimensions: 30mm x 40mm Perforation: 12 x 11,5
SELF-ADHESIVE Sheet: 30 stamps (10 of each) Paper: self adhesive chalky Facial value: 1st class rate for noncommercial domestic mail Issue: 1,350,000 stamps Design area: 30mm x 30mm Stamp dimensions: 36mm x 36mm Perforation: cut to shape with BR
Art: Daniel Effi – Correios Brasil Print system: offset Souvenir Sheet with 1 stamp Paper: gummed chalky paper Facial value: 1st Class Rate for Domestic Commercial Mail Issue: 90,000 souvenir sheets Stamp dimensions: 38mm x 38mm Perforation: 11.5 x 11.5 Date of issue: June 23, 2017
Elements of Art Nouveau compose the frame of the souvenir sheet of this issue, which brings, in the illustration of the postal stamp the moment of the gathering of the Roda de Samba, where the sambas were created and played, with the musicians and the Baianas, always present, over what would be a vinyl LP. The table represents the label, making reference to the recording of the first samba, in 1917. The ambiance refers to the traditional Praça Onze, in Rio de Janeiro of that time, with its hills occupied and from where every color and music were brought by its inhabitants for the creation of this musical genre.
Art: Marcio Horta – Ministry of Cities, CCR Metrô Bahia Archive Print system: offset Sheet: 18 stamps Paper: gummed chalky paper Facial value: R$ 1.50 Issue: 360,000 stamps Design area: 39mm x 21mm Stamp dimensions: 44mm x 26mm Perforation: 11 x 11.5 Date of issue: July 28th , 2017
The stamp, within the scope of the Mercosur Series, highlight a beautiful image of a subway composition, illuminated in futuristic nuances. Composes the Salvador City and Lauro de Freitas Subway System, one of the most modern and complete public transportation systems in Brazil, with two lines: line 1, which connects the Lapa station to Águas Claras, and line 2, which connects the North Access to Lauro de Freitas town. This system, operating in its plentitude, is configured as one of the most effective contemporary solutions of mass transportation in great urban centers.
Photos: ChicoEmir (RS), Rodrigo Galvão (RJ) and Thiago dos Santos Donga (AM) Print system: offset Sheet: 18 stamps Paper: gummed chalky paper Facial value: R$ 1.80 Issue: 540,000 stamps, 180,000 of each Design area: 33mm x 33mm Stamp dimensions: 38mm x 38mm Perforation: 11.5 x 11.5 Date of issue: August 11th , 2017
The issue is composed of three stamps, each one with the image of a monument representing different time, style and region of Brazil. In the first stamp, showing the statue "The Lassoer", from Porto Alegre/RS, molded in the middle of the 20th century, representing the typical gaucho with all his costumes. The second stamp presents the image of the upper half of the monument "Equestrian Statue of D. Pedro I", from Rio de Janeiro/RJ, reproducing the figure of the emperor on a horse, waving with the right hand the first Constitution of Brazil. The work, dating from the mid-nineteenth century, is the city's first civic monument and inaugurated the romantic style in the country. The third stamp focuses on the top of the "Monument to the Opening of the Amazon Province Ports to Foreign Nations", Manaus/AM. The work, completed at the end of the 19th century, displays an imposing and exuberant female figure, having at its feet the statue of the god Mercury, symbolizing industry and commerce. The images were arranged diagonally from the area of the stamp to enlarge the illustration of the sculptures.
Photo: Guilherme Augusto Bonini Logo: Eduardo Rodrigues da Silva Print system: offset Sheet with 18 stamps Paper: gummed chalky paper Facial value: 1st Class Rate for Domestic Commercial Mail Issue: 180,000 stamps Design area: 21mm x 39mm Stamp dimensions: 26mm x 44mm Perforation: 11.5 x 11 Date of issue: August 22nd , 2017
The stamp is composed by the photo of Guilherme Bonini and the logo of the 200 Years of Araraquara, created by the designer Eduardo Rodrigues da Silva, both winners of the "Araraquara 200 Anos" Contest. The photography highlights the Voluntários da Pátria Street, also known as Rua 5 and, more recently as Boulevard dos Oitis, is one of the Araraquara's rare public spaces that preserves expressive characteristics of its original design. Paved in the early years of the 20th century, it preserves the carriage way parallelepipeds. About 40% of the sidewalks are covered with irregularly shaped pink sandstone - part of them with paleontological traces from the Araraquara region - and flanked by centenarians trees, brought from Rio de Janeiro in 1911, whose leafy canopies form a Green Tunnel in the heart of the city. Protected by municipal law, this street is a strong affective reference for the local population, having already been established as attractive spot for the tourists and visitors of Araraquara.
Bicentennial of the Republican Revolution in Pernambuco
Art: Jamile Costa Sallum Print system: offset Sheet: 18 stamps Paper: gummed chalky paper Facial value: R$ 1.80 Issue: 180,000 stamps Design area: 35mm x 25mm Stamp dimensions: 40mm x 30mm Perforation: 11.5 x 12 Date of issue: August 31st , 2017
The commemorative stamp of the Bicentennial of the Revolution is an updated version of the Centenary issue, of 1917. The elements such as the orthography, the dates and the monetary standard were updated, as well as the expression "BICENTENNIAL". On the center of the stamp, the flag is now represented by its original 5 colors: yellow, dark blue, white green and red. To the left, the coat of arms of the State of Pernambuco, "BICENTENNIAL OF THE REPUBLICAN REVOLUTION IN PERNAMBUCO" and the facial value of the stamp; to the right, the mention "1817 – 2017" and the legend "FLAG OF THE REPUBLIC OF MARCH 6TH 1817", just like in 1917, and the face value.
Aparecida 300 Years of Faith and Devotion - Jubilee 300 Years of Blessings 1717-2017
Art: Pamela Prudente Sheet with 24 stamps Print system: offset Paper: self-adhesive chalky paper Facial value: 1st Class Rate for Domestic Commercial Mail Issue: 1,440,000 stamps Design area: 34mm x 24mm Stamp dimensions: 40mm x 30mm Perforation: cut to shape with "BR" Date of issue: September 12th , 2017
The self-adhesive stamp highlights the figure of Our Lady of Aparecida, while graphic elements integrate the composition in the background, such as a basket, which refers to the fishing motif, the craft of the three men who found the small figure, and the colors of Brazil, the country that claimed her as its patron saint.
Art: Marcos Rebouças and Ricardo Andrade Print system: offset Paper: gummed chalky paper Sheet with 16 stamps Facial value: 1st Class Rate for Domestic non Commercial Mail Issue: 160,000 stamps Design area: 35mm x 35mm Stamp dimensions: Ø 29mm Perforation: 11.5 x 11.5 Date of issue: March 19th , 2018
A round stamp that bears the 8th World Water Forum's logo, which rests on a background of wavy lines designed to simulate a river flow. It is a composition of five elements that represent time, location, water, sustainability and the number related to the current event edition. The "Time" element is represented by the two symmetrical and mirrored images that form an hourglass, referring to the need and urgency to act, decide and share. On the top part, on a green background, the map of South America reveals the location of the first Forum to be held on the continent. In blue and white, the bottom drop simulates the water element, the Forum's main objective. The joint representation of green and blue describes the sustainability between the environment and water, essential elements of life on our planet. Finally, the fifth element alludes to the number 8 (eight), graphically represented by the junction of the two external elements, representing the eighth edition of the event. From the center to the left, the caption identifying the event and to the right, the place and the year when it will be held. On the stamp base is the caption describing the main theme of this meeting: "Sharing Water".
Art: Carolina Spina and Marcela Tenório Print system: offset Paper: gummed chalky paper Sheet with 12 stamps Facial value: 1st Class Rate for Domestic Commercial Mail Issue: 120,000 stamps Design area: 21mm x 39mm Stamp dimensions: 26mm x 44mm Perforation: 11.5 x 11 Date of issue: March 19th , 2018
Animal protection has gained important ground in debates around the world. To represent the cause, the art was illustrated with the most common domestic animals of Brazil: the dog and the cat, both without race defined (SRD). The words of love, respect and life that make up the creation, hover over the illustration of animals signifying the feelings of welcome and protection of domestic animals. Below, the phrase "Animal Defense" expresses all the emotion inherent in the cause.
Print system: offset Paper: gummed chalky paper Sheet with 15 stamps Facial value: 1st Class Rate for Domestic Commercial Mail Issue: 150,000 stamps Design area: 25mm x 35mm Stamp dimensions: 30mm x 40mm Perforation: 12 x 11.5 Date of issue: April 2nd , 2018
This stamp is to commemorate a great achievement of Brazilian livestock: the recognition of Brazil by the World Organization for Animal Health as a zone free of foot-and-mouth disease with vaccination. For this, the stamp's graphic design is composed by the title that communicates objectively the achievement and also by the image of a Nellore ox, one of the Zebu breeds. Zebu accounts for more than 80% of the national cattle herd. The green field, the blue sky and the yellow sun are references to the colors of the Brazilian flag. Another detail is the earring of the ox, which guarantees its traceability with registration of the genealogy from birth to the end of its life, but in the image highlights the year in which Brazil will receive this important international recognition.
Art: Vívia Ferreira Print system: offset Paper: gummed chalky paper Sheet with 18 stamps Facial value: R$ 1.55 Issue: 180,000 stamps Design area: 40mm x 30mm Stamp dimensions: 40mm x 30mm Perforation: 11.5 x 12 Date of issue: May 4th , 2018
In the foreground, the stamp image shows an open book from which some items used in the operations carried out by Correios appear: bags and mail bags, residential mail boxes, old and current post boxes, date stamps and mail. The objects hanging over the book represent the different postal activities carried out over time, whose procedures are registered and available for consultation and studies at the Postal Library in Brasilia. In the background, a bookshelf refers to the historical collection and records of operations carried out by Correios, from its foundation, during in which Brazil still was an Empire, to the present day.