View
  • Christmas Seals
Christmas Seals have been sold around the world for over a century, raising funds to fight tuberculosis, lung cancer and other lung-related diseases. Their colorful holiday-themed designs have made them the most popular stamps not intended to pay postage. Check out our colorful selections of rarely-seen worldwide Christmas Seal sheets.
$1.50

South Africa Bilingual Christmas Seals - 1943, 1945, 1948 Mint Issues

5 Mint Seals from 1943, 1945 and 1948

The two Christmas Seals from the war years are bilingual pairs in English and Afrikaner. Quantities are limited.

More...
$1.50

1949-1951 India Christmas Seals - 3 Different Mint Issues

Holiday & Christmas Greetings
Mint Set of 3
Over 60 years old, these Indian Seals illustrate an elephant and poinsettias (1949); Mary, the infant Jesus and the 3 wise men (1950); Mary, Jesus and Joseph on a donkey (1951). Note that the serrated perforations on the 1951 seal are very coarse and uneven.

More...
$5.50

1956 Worldwide Christmas Seals - 25 Different Mint Seals

1956 CHRISTMAS SEALS OF THE WORLD

Includes seldom-seen Christmas Seals from 23 nations - Australia, Brazil, Burma, China Taiwan, Colombia, Cuba, El Salvador, Finland, Germany, India, Italy, Japan, Korea, Mexico, Netherlands, New South Wales, New Zealand, Norway, Okinawa (Ryukyus), Peru, Singapore, Sweden and Tangiers.

 Click here for other exciting Christmas Seal Collections

More...
$5.50

1958 Worldwide Christmas Seals - 25 Different Mint Seals

Tatham Stamp prepared these mounted approval sheets more than 50 years ago with Christmas Seals from 20 nations - Australia, Bermuda, Brazil, Denmark, El Salvador, Finland, India, Japan, Mexico, Netherlands, New South Wales, New Zealand, Norway, Okinawa (Ryukyus), Peru, Philippines, Puerto Rico, Sweden, Switzerland and United Sates.

More...
$6.00

1959 Worldwide Christmas Seals - 25 Different Mint Seals

1959 CHRISTMAS SEALS OF THE WORLD



Rekindle those precious Holiday memories with this collection of 25 mint Christmas Seals from around the world! Prepared over 50 years ago by an old-time approval dealer, this mounted collection features charity seals for the 1959 Holiday season from 14 countries, including rarely-seen seals from Puerto Rico, New South Wales, Bermuda and South Africa. The tradition of including them on envelopes during the Holidays helped raise public awareness and provided funding to charities caring for those suffering from respiratory diseases like tuberculosis. Almost every seal includes the double barred cross of Lorraine, the international symbol for the fight against TB adopted in the 1920s.

More...
View