Stamp Issues 2011 - 2013

DISCLAIMER: PLEASE READ

Please note all of our Stamp issues are merely Cinderellas meant for fun and fantasy use only. These stamps have no real postal value outside of Taniquah, if using them on your mail, please use the stamps of the right postal authority in addition to your Taniquah issues. Of course we assume that 99% of you do not want to use them on mail anyway.

THE RULING FAMILY OF TANIQUAH TAKE NO RESPONSIBILITY FOR ANYONE USING OUR POSTAGE STAMPS AS SOLE PARTIAL OR FULL PAYMENT FOR POSTAGE IN ANOTHER NATION!

NEWSFLASH - MARCH 2017

Due to offense caused to a real life Maori family, the 2012 dynasty set has been removed as it violated "Maori tapus of dead people", to avoid litigation and possible cursery, the Posts and Telegraphs department has removed the set from sale, made usage of it illegal, all remaining copies have been incinerated and website wall paper showing it will be changed.

The kingdom and His most serene Majesty Utiku IV apologise to the family involved and offer their most sincere apologies.











30 April 2013 - King's Birthday: Royal Cats

50 Heniti - Tequila (Her Royal Highness Countess Miss Fluffy)
70 Heniti - Panterra - a cat belonging to the Sultan of Upper Yafa, an ally of ours
$1 Taara - Millie - A rare Sphynx cat
$2 Taara - Puppy - A hairless male Sphynx cat




For his birthday, H.M. The King dispensed with the vanity and went for a series celebrating cats of Taniquah/ The 50 Heniti stamp for local mail showed a cat familiar to all Taniquans, a cat called Miss Fluffy, belonging to the King a gift from the Prime Minister. The cat lives in the royal palace and is still alive and kicking at the age of 9 and a half. She is a purebred Maine coon and a scarce animal, very friendly and large. She even follows the King out on his tours.

The other cats are all from allies of Taniquah and are cats, His majesty has know, he wanted variety rather than four images of Miss Fluffy. Taniquah's first cute issue was a big hit and alleviated the need for any more stamps for nearly 3 years.

Sheets were also issued and there was a special series of covers tied in with his majesty's birthday.




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