Norway's Christmas stamps show popular character Putti Plutti Pott


14 November 2014
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Norway issues Christmas stamps showing the country's popular fictional character Putti Plutti Pott, whose story has been broadcast on television each Christmas since the 1970s ...
Christmas stamps can often give us an insight into how the season is celebrated in different countries and that’s certainly true of Norway’s latest set showing the character Putti Plutti Pott.

According to the popular Norwegian story, which has been televised at Xmas for decades, Santa’s grandson Putti gets into all kinds of trouble when he steals Santa’s beard and is transported to our world.

The new stamp shows the character with his friends in the background, while a second Christmas stamp features a photograph of members of the Sølvguttene Boys' Choir.

Technical details
Christmas stamps
Issue date: 10.11.2014
Motifs: Sølvguttene Boys' Choir, Putti Plutti Pott
Design: Magnus Rakeng
Photo: Sølvguttene Boys'Choir: © Sølvguttene. Photo: Erik Dyrhaug/NRK
Putti Plutti Pott: © Troll Production AS. Photo: Geir Even Asplin
Denominations: NOK 10.00 (A domestic)
Print run:  741,000 booklets
Issued in: Booklets of 10 self-adhesive stamps
Print: Offset from Joh. Enschedé Security Print, The Netherlands

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      Read much more about Christmas stamps in the December 2014 issue of Stamp & Coin Mart. Order the print edition right here, or download the issue using the links below…


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