1990 Stamp Issues

Commemorative Issue "Army Day"

FM199001 Army Day

Army Day was introduced as a state-wide holiday on August 1st in 1989 under the embattled Communist government. The Rajakratija government which followed it by end of that year decided to continue that holiday to unify and strengthen the Musogradian Army which had been split up and weakened during the civil wars. This tradition is still being held up today. Three arrows symbolizing the land, sea and air forces of Musogradij Armije are displayed on the commemorative stamp issued on that day. The stamp exists in a perforated and in an imperforated variant.

  • Date of Issue: 1990.08.01
  • Valid until 1994.11.02
  • Printed with IBM dot matrix printer.
  • Printed on red gummed paper
  • Value: NMD 2
  • Order No.: FM199001 - 2 stamps, one with fine wheel perforation, one imperforated (CW 4.00)

Commemorative Issue "Independence"

FM199002 Independence

Until 1990.10.03, the Musogradian state had no full sovereignty, existing in a form of semi-dependence to the Njemecka Res'publika Sajusna (NRS). On the occasion of the annexation of the Njemecka Res'publika Dimokratskaja (NRD) by the NRS, formally scheduled for 1990.10.03, the government of the Rajakratija saw the opportunity to declare full Independence and Sovereignty. The series of 3 perforated and 1 imperforated stamps issued to celebrate this shows the Independence Tower in Kosnice, where the king and government had its main residence at the time. The imperforated 10 NMD stamp is relatively rare and available in very limited numbers only.

  • Date of Issue: 1990.10.03
  • Valid until 1994.11.02
  • Printed with IBM dot matrix printer.
  • Printed on blue/green/orange / green gummed paper
  • Value: NMD 10 / 25 / 50 (perforated) / 10 (imperforated)
  • Order No.: FM199002P - 3 stamps with fine wheel perforation (CW 4.00)
  • Order No.: FM199002U - 1 imperforated stamp (10 NMD green) (CW 5.00)

Miniature Sheet "Independence"

FM199003 Independence miniature sheet

The first miniature sheet issued by Posta tal Musograd contained the 3 values of the Independence issue, but printed on yellow gummed paper. It was valid for postage, but distributed only to high ranking members of the government. Ten sheets were issued, numbered and signed by the Postmaster, half of which have been cleared to be offered by PtM for philatelic sales.

  • Date of Issue: 1990.10.03
  • Valid until 1994.11.02
  • Printed with IBM dot matrix printer.
  • Printed on yellow gummed paper
  • Value: NMD 10 / 25 / 50
  • Order No.: FM199003 - numbered miniature sheet (CW 30.00)