Paleontology related stamps, post marks, post stationary and special covers depicted dinosaurs and other prehistoric animals, fossils, fossil found sites of the year 2017 sorted in chronological order.

If you know about any other Philatelic object (stamp, postmark, commemorative cover, etc. ) related to Paleontology, issued in the year 2017 which is not mentioned below, please send a message to Admin of this site.

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2017, 2016, 2015, 2014, 2013, 2012, 2011, 2010, 2009, 2008, 2007, 2006, 2005, 2004, 2003, 2002, 2001, 2000, 1999, 1998, 1997, 1996, 1995, 1994, 1993, 1992, 1991, 1990, 1989, 1988, 1987, 1986, 1985, 1984, 1983, 1982, 1981, 1980, 1979, 1978, 1977, 1976, 1975, 1970-1974, 1960-1969, 1950-1959, 1857-1949

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Announcements:
This Month:   Nothing known on the moment.

Next Month:

24.03.2017 Slovenia      - ""Mammal fossil is Slovenia" - Cave Lion
19.05.2017 China P.R.  - "Chines Dinosaurs", 5 stamps and a booklet.

Tentative: some stamps that might be related to Paleontology or Paleoanthropology - clarification needed.
11.04.2017 Jersey       - SEPAC – Ancient Artefacts
14.06.2017 Jersey       - Durrell and the Darwin Initiative

??.??.2017  South Africa - "Homo Naledi" (an extinct species of hominin, which anthropologists first described in 2015)

??.??.2017  Nepal         - "Prehistoric Mammals", set of 8 values proposed by Natural History Museum. If it is accepted it will be the third set of Nepal show local prehistoric mammals.
Preview of Dinosaur stamps of China


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Official stamps
20.01.2017 Ukraine
Prehistoric animals and humans on stamps of Ukraine 2017


Another stamps to consider
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07.02.2017 Israel [A3]
Prehistoric animals and humans on stamps of Ukraine 2017
17.01.2017  Great Britain [A2] 16.01.2017 Canada [A1]
Prehistoric animals and humans on stamps of Ukraine 2017 Prehistoric animals and humans on stamps of Ukraine 2017 Prehistoric animals and humans on stamps of Ukraine 2017

[A1]  "UNESCO World Heritage Sites" stamps issued as mint mini-sheet and self-adhesive booklet of 10 and 30 stamps.
The first stamp on the mini sheet shows Dinosaur Provincial Park in Alberta (the same design as in 2015). Dinosaur Provincial Park is known for its remarkable fossil specimens that represent every known group of Cretaceous dinosaurs, as well as its impressive area of virtually undisturbed badlands and riparian (riverside) habitat.
At Mistaken Point (the second stamp on the mini sheet), the rugged coastal cliffs host the oldest known collection of large fossils in the world, marking the world’s first appearance of large, biologically complex organisms.


 [A2] Royal Mail starts its 2017 Stamp Program with a subject that has not previously been featured as a stand-alone topic: how people lived in prehistoric times has always been a fascination for many and the Ancient Britain stamp issue explores this subject in some detail.  The stamps show famous iconic sites and some of the most exceptional artefacts found across the UK, and overlays illustrations to show how people lived, worked and used the objects. We also explore the social and technological evolution of these early Britons.  The first metals were used in Britain while still in the ‘Stone Age’. The arrival of cultures that could ‘make metal’ would have a dramatic effect on society. In the British Isles the first seams of copper were exploited in Ireland around 2500BC. The discovery of tin in South West England helped to make Britain an important centre – copper smelted with an amount of tin makes the superior metal bronze: harder, more durable and versatile and the so-called Bronze Age saw several other technological advancements.  Overall, the stamps give a timeline across thousands of years of history, from a glimpse of Stone Age ritual of 11,000 years ago, through the Bronze Age and into the Iron Age of some 300 BC.

[A3] Three stamps showing UNESCO world heritage sites of Israel. One of them depicting a beautiful prehistoric stone tool from Nahal Mearot Caves in Israel.  Four caves (Tabun, Gamal Nahal and Es-Skhul Cave) are carved into the mountain on the southern slope of Mount Carmel, at the entrance to the Nahal Me'arot Caves. Archeological excavations conducted at the site from 1928 to the present have discovered evidence of human existence near and inside the caves over hundreds of thousands of years. Among the many findings were remnants of houses, various stone tools, jewelry, bones of animals used for food and graves.
Neanderthals may have lived side by side with early humans and possibly interbred with them, according to new research. Stone  axes and sharp flint arrowheads of both branches of the human race have been discovered in limestone caves in northern Israel. The  findings have led archeologists to believe the two sub-species found harmony in a coastal mountain range that today is in a state of war with its neighbours. one of the bones uncovered at
Nahal Me'arot - a World Heritage site - had lethal wounds which suggested prehistoric men lived in peace with each other 80,000 years ago. More info on Dailymail



Official stamps of private post
01.02.2017 Germany [PP1]
Dinosaurs on stamps of German private post Briefmarke and mehr

Notes:

 [PP1] On February 1st 2017, private German post "Briefmarke und mehr" in cooperation with Natural History Museum in Muenster, issued set of 6 stamps to commemorate 125 anniversary of the museum. The stamp issued in 3 booklets 2x5 stamps each.


Commemorative Postmarks (legend is below)

Legend
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[FDC]  - Post Marks used on FDC of  official stamp
[PM]    - Permanent postmark: available for a long period of time
[Sp]      - Special postmark: issued for special event and was available for short period of time
[N]       - new design of early introduced postmarks



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