After a very long wait, the tentative 2020 Malaysia Stamp Schedule was shared by Pos Malaysia.
After a long rest, the next issue will appear on 06 February 2020. Noticeably missing was the Lunar Series (Year of the Rat) from the official Stamp Schedule as it moved to become a Personalised Stamp (Setem Ku).
Here is the tentative programme:
Interesting to note 2 stamp issues were carried into this year as they were not issued in 2019.
- Wild Flowers
- Dying Trades
Where as the following are series:
- Malaysian Calligraphy Series 3: Previous issues were in 2016 Noble Values and 2017 Festive Greetings
- Wild Flowers Series 3: The last issue (Series 2) was way back in 02 August 1993
- Seri Paduka Baginda Yang Di-Pertuan Agong Special Edition Series 4: Series 3 was issued on 11 September 2017
- Malaysia Batik Series 3: Many thanks to 2 readers (Chie Ho and Sorsam Narikut) who explained to me that Malaysia Batik in 20 June 2017 was Series 2 with the first issue in 2005 Stamp Week!
- Seri Pahlawan Gagah Perkasa Series 2: A good information from reader Sorsam Narikut, the first Series might be in 2010 with the Grand Knight of Valour stamp issue, this seems to be the best answer, thank you again!
If you are missing any of the above series, I probably have spares somewhere. Just message me at email@example.com
Bear in mind that as per previous years, there will be changes as we go through the year. Thus do check back for the latest updates.
Just a simple thing to keep in mind, if it is not published, it is not available. The past year has seen a late release of information. myfdc will try to give the information as early as possible.
Thank you for the patience for not getting a reply from me because there is no information, thus it is not possible to reply.
2 thoughts on “Tentative 2020 Malaysia Stamp Schedule of Upcoming Issues”
Why Pos Malaysia does not issue stamp commemorating University in 2019 and 2020?
2019…50th anniversary of Universiti Sains Malaysia
2020….50th anniversary of Universiti Kebangsaan Malaysia
Good inputs. At present it does not seem that Pos Malaysia is doing it.