Jordan is a country of the Middle East surrounded by Syria to the north, Saudi Arabia to the southeast, Iraq to the east and Israel to the west.
Before the annexation in 1950 of the West Bank, the country was called Transjordan and the stamp issues were under this name.
The Hashemite Kingdom of Jordan has issued stamps since 1949 (a series of 5 values on the 75th anniversary of the U.P.U.).
The first thematic series appeared around 1964, including a series of 10 stamps on the conquest of space and a series of eight values devoted to the Olympic Games in Tokyo.
The first block-sheet was issued in 1962 with the theme of malaria eradication.
Après la reconnaissance de l'autonomie palestinienne, des timbres ont été émis à partir de 1994.
Qatar is an emirate of the Arabian Peninsula. It occupies a peninsula on the Persian Gulf. It has a land border with Saudi Arabia.
After 1950, British offices opened in the country and used common stamps in Muscat, Oman and Dubai.
From 1957, Qatar became an independent state protected by Britain. The first stamps were thus British stamps overloaded "QATAR".
From 1961, the country issued its own stamps. Qatar opted for independence in 1971 and continued broadcasting.
Stamps of North Vietnam in complete sets
In this category you will find the stamps and souvenir sheets of the following Asian countries :