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Arctic Winter Games, her Majesty the Queen 75th birthday, hunting, Greenlandic songs, mining, old toys, aviation, renewable energy and Christmas. All this and much more you can see on the next year’s stamps.

As it has become our tradition, our stamp issues will be despatched in three subscriptions per year. In 2015 Telepost issues new stamps in January, May and October.

Our first two stamps in 2015 will be issued in January. They depict Ivalo Abelsen’s artistic interpretation where we pay tribute to Greenland’s cultural importance. The next two stamps show Camilla Nielsen’s breathtaking interpretation of regional Greenlandic songs.

This year’s additional value stamp will be issued on behalf of the Arctic Winter Games 2016 - Nuuk being the elected host city. The January release ends with the last two stamps in Ina Rosing’s colourful series showcasing Greenland’s mining history.

On 16th April Her Majesty the Queen will reach her 75th birthday. This anniversary will be commemorated with a postage stamp depicting a photo of her taken by court photographer Steen Brogaard. The two EUROPA stamps, under the theme ‘Old toys’, have been created by Bolatta Silis-Hoegh and will be issued on 11th May. On the same day we shall release three more stamps in Martin Mörck’s acclaimed series depicting civil aviation in Greenland. Julie Edel Hardenberg is the artist who has created POST Greenland’s contribution to the annual SEPAC stamp series.

On 19th October we shall issue four stamps in a brand new series called ‘Greenland architecture’, designed by architect and artist Naja Rosing-Asvid. On the same day there will be another two stamps concerning renewable energy, designed by Miki Jacobsen.

True to tradition, we shall end the year with the Christmas stamps, on this occasion designed by Christian Fleischer Rex. On the same day, 19th October, we shall release our 2015 Year Pack in which all 24 stamps and 4 souvenir sheets will be included.


For further information, please contact the philatelic manager Allan Pertti Frandsen, mobile phone +299 59 87 55 or or communication chef Ivalo Egede, mobile phone +299 53 07 56 or