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The postal service of the Patriarchate of St. Stephen is charged with shipping duties in furtherance of the mission of the Church. It also issues, for historical purposes, a series of postal stamps. The stamps depict historical figures important to the Patriarchate or emblems and insignia of organizations within the Patriarchate.

 

Some stamps issued by the P.R. Post:
(Stamps are intended as historic souvenir outreach items to perpetuate the
history of the Patriarchate and are not intended as substitutes for
postal stamps of current civil states.)


1 Lira stamp
Pope Leo X, 1st Cardinal Prince of Florence
Founder of the Legacy of the Patriarchate of St. Stephen


50 centesimi stamp
St. Stephen the Deacon and Protomartyr
Patron of the Patriarchate of St. Stephen


20 centesimi stamp
Ferdinando I, Grand Duke of Tuscany
2nd Cardinal Prince of Florence


Philatelic cover for the First Day of Issue
with the PR postmark and cancellation:
20 centesimi stamp in honour of the
150th anniversary of Canada.
The stamp shows the Canadian maple leaf on a
cross of St. Stephen, the date of founding
of Canada, and 2017.


Philatelic cover for the First Day of Issue
with the PR postmark and cancellation:
90 centesimi stamp for the
Noble Company of St. Mary of Walsingham.
The stamp displays the crown, sword, and spur
insignia of the Noble Company.


Philatelic cover for the First Day of Issue
with the PR postmark and cancellation:
70 centesimi stamp for the
Order of the Star of Coberly v. Reichenberg.
The stamp displays the star of the order.

 

 

 

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