Catalogue

As access to information should be open to everyone, it came to a logical conclusion that information about joint stamp issues stamps should also be made available for all and for free. Starting 2022, the Joint Stamp Issues Catalogue becomes available with free access simply by opening the different links (catalogue covers) below. Have a nice exploration.

For more information about the catalogue and its recent development, read more.

Introduction

Volume 1 – V4.01V4.02
Introduction – Definitions –
Folders – Joint coins – 116 pages

Latest Update: 20230311

1897-1959

Volume 2 – V4.01
Full years 1897-1959
122 pages

Latest update: 20230120

1960-1969

Volume 3 – V4.01
Full years 1960-1969
120 pages

Latest update: 20230120

1970-1979

Volume 4 – V4.01
Full years 1970-1979
114 pages

Latest Update: 20230120

1980-1989

Volume 5 – V4.01
Full years 1980-1989
116 pages

Latest update: 20230120

1990-1995

Volume 6 – V4.01
Full years 1990-1995
106 pages

Latest update: 20230120

1995-1999

Volume 7 – V4.01
Full years 1995-1999
114 pages

Latest Update: 20230120

2000-2003

Volume 8 – V4.01
Full years 2000-2003
120 pages

Latest update: 20230120

2004-2006

Volume 9 – V4.01
Full years 2004-2006
114 pages

Latest update: 20230120

2007-2009

Volume 10 – V4.01
Full years 2007-2009
138 pages

Latest Update: 20230120

2010-2012

Volume 11 – V4.01
Full years 2010-2012
136 pages

Latest update: 20230120

2013-2015

Volume 12 – V4.01
Full years 2013-2015
140 pages

Latest update: 20230120

2016-2018

Volume 13 – V4.01
Full years 2016-2018
126 pages

Latest Update: 20230120

2019-2021

Volume 14 – V4.01
Full years 2019-2021
136 pages

Latest update: 20230120

2022-2024

Volume 15 – V4.01V4.02V4.03
2022-2023+under construction
60 pages

Latest update: 20230311


This 1,778-pages catalogue contains presently (March 2023) over 2,180 entries describing sets of joint/common stamp issues among which more than 1,500 are true joint stamp issues (Unique, Se-tenant, Twin, Concerted or Parallel according to the official definitions). More than 14,800 items (stamps, souvenir sheets, miniature sheets, but also stationary, first day covers or folders) are described and illustrated with more than 8,100 pictures. Eventually, more than 33,000 quotations are provided for these different items.