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Projects of United Nations Philatelists, Inc (UNPI)
  • U.N. Conference Catalog

    This is a comprehensive Catalog of the Postal History of Conferences and Meetings of the United Nations, its Agencies, and its Predecessors. The Catalog lists stamps of host countries honoring these conferences, and postmarks, stamped cachets, receiving marks, dispatching marks, meters, registry and insured labels, corner cards, mailing labels, mailing tags, cinderella labels and official post cards. Other related material such as ID and admission cards, tickets, phone cards, commercial post cards, etc. may be shown, but not comprehensively. Chapters are being revised as new or better information is obtained. Catalog prices are given. More detailed information will be found in the Introduction.


  • U.N. Abbreviations

    This is a listing of Abbreviations and Acronyms used on Origin Cachets, Bar Codes, Conference cancels and cachets, etc. of the United Nations, its Agencies and its Predecessors.


  • U.N. Conference Stamp Listing

    This project attempts to list all stamps and postal stationary issued to honor Conferences and Meetings of the United Nations, its Agencies, and its Predecessor Organizations by the Country in which the Conference was held. Predecessor Organizations include the League of Nations, the Universal Postal Union, the International Labor Organization, and the International Telecommunications Union.


  • UN-Related Meter and Permit Slogans used in the United States-Commercial, Philatelic, and NGO's

    This project attempts to list all slogan meters and permits used in the United States with slogans related to the United Nations, its Agencies, and its Programs. Excluded are meters and permits used officially by the UN or its Agencies. Also excluded are slogans in which the only UN reference is to an address, such as United Nations Plaza.


  • UN-Related Slogan Cancels (Machine and Hand) used in the United States

    This project attempts to list all slogan hand or machine cancellations used in the United States with slogans related to the United Nations, its Agencies, and its Programs. This would include Predecessor Organizations (although none are known at present). Excluded are cancellations used on United Nations stamps at New York (since October 24, 1951).


  • United Nations Topicals

    United Nations Topicals are stamps issued by most countries around the world to honor the United Nations, the UN Specialized Agencies and their programs. There are over 13,000 sets and souvenir sheets pertaining to this topic that have been issued since the founding of the United Nations in 1945. This project attempts to maintain an up-to-date compilation of these stamps in a database which is searchable by topic or by country and, eventually, to provide images for most of the material.

  • United Nations Personalized Sheets

    This United Nations Philatelists project aggregates all information currently know regarding the United Nations personalized sheets. Almost no information has been released by UNPA, pending the release of an album in 2008. All the information currently known has had to be aggregated by the collectors of these sheets through research and interviews. There are also numerous varieties and errors that have been documented that would never make it into any album.

  • Stamp Issues of the United Nations

    This project attempts to list all the UN stamps from the UNPA offices in New York, Geneva and Vienna as well as the UN service stamps from France, the Netherlands and Switzerland in a searchable database. Eventually it's hoped that images will be included for all of these issues.

  • UN Conference Post Cards

    This project attempts to list all Post Cards issued in conjunction with Conferences and Meetings of the United Nations, its Agencies, and its Predecessors. A Post Card is a unstamped card with a Picture side and a Message side. Listed post cards can be official or commercial, but must refer to the Conference itself.