New stamp releases from Post Luxembourg March 2024


23 April 2024
Post Luxembourg have released three new stamps throughout the month of March 2024 celebrating everything from art to royalty!

Prince François 2024 Stamp

Stamp showing Prince Francois of Luxembourg surrounded by toys

Above: The new stamp, released for the young prince's birthday features an image taken by Royal Photographer Sophie Margue.

A new stamp to celebrate the 1st birthday of His Royal Highness Prince François of Luxembourg has been issued by POST Philately. HRH Prince François was born on 27th March 2023 at the Maternité Grande-Duchesse Charlotte in Luxembourg, he is the second child of Their Royal Highnesses Prince Guillaume and Princess Stéphanie of Luxembourg and is third in line to the throne. 

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Where can I buy the Prince François 2024 Stamp?

The image featured on the stamp was taken by Royal Photographer Sophie Margue and can be bought from €1.40 per unit via POST Luxembourg.

Related article: Prince Charles of Luxembourg appears in set of stamps for first birthday

Stamp showing 90 years of the FSPL

Above: The FSPL 90 stamp celebrates the 90th anniversary of The Fédération des Sociétés Philatéliques due Grand-Duché de Luxembourg. 

A new stamp celebrating the 90th anniversary of The Fédération des Sociétés Philatéliques du Grand-Duché de Luxembourg (FSPL) which was founded in 1934 has been issued by POST Philately. Today, the FSPL brings together 27 philatelic societies from all over the country of Luxembourg and seeks to promote and develop philatelic and cultural activities to all its members. 

Where can I buy the 90 Years of FSPL 2024 Stamp? 

The 90 Years of FSPL stamp is available to purchase from POST Luxembourg from €1.40.

Armand Strainchamps 2024 Stamp

Armand Strainchamps pictured with sheet of 8 stamps featuring his work

Above: The newly released sheet of 8 stamps features artwork by well-known artist Armand Strainchamps

POST Philately has issued a sheet of 8 stamps celebrating and featuring the artwork of multidisciplinary artist Armand Strainchamps to mark the posthumous IV Seasons exhibition which is taking place at the POST Luxembourg headquarters. Strainchamps (1955-2023) was a Luxembourg pop artist who specialised in Copy Art but also had interests in engraving, sculpture, painting and film, he is best known the fresco ceiling of the Luxembourg train station. 

Images featured on the stamps include Strainchamps seasonal paintings, each showing a tree representing the different seasons and four portraits of young women painted in his characteristic pop art style. 

Who are POST Luxembourg?

Created in the mid 1920s, POST Luxembourg issues stamps and processes thousands of orders for both stamp collectors and other customers. As well as issuing recent Luxembourg stamps, annual philatelic releases, Luxembourg coins and collectables from the Post Museum are available. 

Interested in other collectable stamps from Post Luxembourg? Find out more about each stamp released throughout previous years via our POST Luxembourg page!


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