Winnie the Pooh Stamps
The four seasons of the year.
Spring: Winnie and Piglet with flowers in a wheel barrel (5);
Summer: Winnie, Piglet and Tiger water rafting in a big tube (25);
Fall: Winnie and Piglet having fun in the wind (5);
Winter: Winnie and Tiger fishing on the ice (25).
Antigua and Barbuda: 1998
Two Souvenir Sheets: "A Year with Pooh and Friends", January-June and July-December. All stamps have a $1 value.
January: Winnie the Pooh and Tigger wearing party hats;
February: Winnie the Pooh hugging Piglet;
March: Piglet flying;
April: Winnie the Pooh, Tigger and Piglet on water;
May: Kanga and Roo with flowers;
June: Winnie the Pooh on balloon, together with Owl;
July: Winnie the Pooh and his friends looking at the sky;
August: Winnie the Pooh and Piglet in inner-tube;
September: Christopher Robin going to school;
October: Eeyore underneath the leaves;
November: Winnie the Pooh and Rabbit between the pumpkins;
December: Winnie the Pooh and Piglet skiing.
Grenada Grenadines: 1998
A souvenir sheet with 5 stamps ($1), as part of the Disney Christmas Train series: Pooh's Railroad - A philatelic train ride through the 100 Acre Wood. On his stamp, Pooh is shoveling honey.
Another one from the Disney Christmas Trains series: $6.
In October 1996 Canadia Post issued a sheet of four stamps with different moments in the history of Winnie-the-Pooh. Each stamp has an English and French caption about the picture.
#1 - Winnie and Lt. Colebourn, White River, 1914 (Winnie et Lt. Colebourn, White River, 1914)
#2 - Winnie and Christopher Robin, London, 1925 (Winnie et Christopher Robin, Londres, 1925)
#3 - Milne and Shepard's Winnie the Pooh, 1926 (Winnie l'Ourson de Milne et Shepard, 1926)
#4 - Winnie the Pooh at Walt Disney World, 1996 (Winnie l'Ourson au Walt Disney World)
Number 1 are Winnie's early days as a black bear owned by Colebourn. Number 2 is the encounter of Winnie and a young Christopher Robin, Milne's only son. Number 3 are the original characters illustrated by E.H. Shepard. Number 4 is de Disney Winnie the Pooh with his pot of hunny on his lap. All the stamps are 45p each. Canada Post has 3.25 million of the souvenir sheets printed, along with just over a million booklet panes of 16.
Winnie and Christopher, value c3000, as part of the Disney Best Friends issue.
Sierra Leone: 1985
Winnie and Eeyore reach for the honey bee hive (Le 15).
Great Britain: 1979
Winnie the Pooh is part of a series of 4 stamps, for the Year of the Child 1980. It are:
- The Tale of Peter Rabbit (9p);
- The Wind in the Willow (10,5p);
- Winnie the Pooh (11p);
- Alice's Adventures in Wonderland (13p).
Winnie is the bear we know from the pictures from E.H. Shepard. He is depicted together with Piglet, Eeyore and Christopher Robin. The series is issued by the Britisch Post Office, for the Year of the Child Exhibition on 21-23 February 1980.