The payment is made in US dollars according to the exchange rate of the National Bank of the Kyrgyz Republic on the day the purchase is made;
We accept VISA and MasterCard debit and credit cards as methods of payment.
Payment is also available via PayPal
All orders are sent via Registered Mail and tracking number is always provided;
All mail sendings are franked with Kyrgyz Express Post stamps (we affix our stamps on all orders);
The order is shipped within 5 business days after placed through the website;
The average delivery time is around 14 business days but can take up to 25 business days;
The shipping is free regardless the weight and is applied to any destination;
The handling cost is set at 300 KGS regardless the weight and is applied to any destination;
All philatelic products are carefully packed in order to provide a foolproof delivery.
In case the order contains pre-ordered items, the entire order will be dispatched once the pre-ordered item is released;
If you want that certain stamp(s) is(are) affixed to the envelope as a franking, add the stamp(s) to the Cart and mark the respective box on the Cart page. Please note that in such case the handling charges will not be deducted. Otherwise the franking method will be chosen at the discretion of our operator.
If you have any further questions, please do not hesitate to contact us (email@example.com).
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Changes in the thematic stamp issuing plan for 2018: joint issue between Kyrgyzstan and Malta
02 November 2018
The KEP issuing plan for 2018 was supplemented by another joint stamp issue. On the occasion of 25th anniversary of diplomatic relations between the Kyrgyz Republic and the Republic of Malta, the postal authorities of two countries decided to implement a stamp joint issue.
Despite the geographical distance, there are friendly relations, with mutual understanding and cooperation, between Kyrgyzstan and Malta. Our countries cooperate, fruitfully, within the framework of many international organizations.
The subjects of the joint stamp issue are sites included in the World Heritage List of UNESCO: the Burana Tower in Kyrgyzstan and the city of Valletta, the capital of Malta.
The Burana Tower is a minaret, built by the Kara-Khanid state in the 9th century. In 2014 this important monument of Kyrgyzstan was declared a UNESCO heritage site.
The city of Valletta is the principal cultural and administrative center of the Republic of Malta. The historical part of this city was built in 16th century by the Knights Hospitaller. The city of Valletta was officially added to the World Heritage List of UNESCO in 1980.
No doubt that this joint issue between Kyrgyzstan and Malta will contribute to strengthening the friendship and cooperation between our countries and peoples.