#M12437 – 2013-17 Russia Collection, 661 Stamps and Free Album

Save Big on 2013-17 Russia Stamp Collection And Get a FREE Album!

This is a collection of 661 Russia stamps – encompassing five years of Russian history – plus a FREE album in one easy order.

Modern Year Sets in Mint-Fresh Condition Tell the History of Mother Russia

Americans watched as the historic collapse of the Soviet Union unfolded near the end of the 20th century.  For us collectors, it’s been fascinating to see the transformation from the USSR to simply “Russia,” as documented on its postage stamps.

Subjects forbidden before the fall of Soviet Russia now appear routinely on the Russian Republic’s stamps.  In this huge five-year mint collection, you’ll see the leader of the Russian Orthodox church, beautiful old cathedrals, religious icons, and awards for exceptional service in the name of St. Andrew the Apostle – the patron saint of Russia.

Russia stamps have always been well-designed, but many of the stamps in this collection are just so fresh and bold.  It includes 661 vibrant stamps and souvenir sheets in several geometric formats, many with metallic or embossed, three-dimensional designs.  Here are a few of my favorites:

Throughout the collection are a number of lovely Russian art masterpieces reproduced with a glossy surface.  In 2016, a set of two embossed stamps were issued for the 75th anniversary of the beginning of the “Great Patriotic War” (Eastern Front of World War II).  One stamp commemorated the 1941 Yelnya Offensive, the second honored the Battle of Hanko, also fought in 1941.


Another favorite are the two joint issue stamps with Mexico.  Each stamp pictures a famous building from one of the countries – Chapultepec Castle in Mexico and Peter and Paul Fortress in Russia.  This pair of stamps celebrated 125 years of diplomatic relations between Russia and Mexico.

There is really no way to adequately describe in words the stamps in this collection.  You simply have to see them for yourself.

FREE Illustrated Album Shows Every Stamp in the Collection

Order these stamps now and you’ll receive a FREE illustrated album designed by collectors here at Mystic.  These high-quality pages are a great way to organize, display, and protect your new stamps.  And they contain illustrations for every stamp in your new collection.

What’s Ahead for Russia and its Stamps?

As daily news reports indicate, there’s no telling what the future holds for Russia and its role on the world stage.  Whatever that is, we know it will be reflected on Russia’s stamps.  And as always, we collectors will be waiting to preserve that history for future generations in our stamp albums.  Get started today by ordering this five-year Russia collection!  

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Save Big on 2013-17 Russia Stamp Collection And Get a FREE Album!

This is a collection of 661 Russia stamps – encompassing five years of Russian history – plus a FREE album in one easy order.

Modern Year Sets in Mint-Fresh Condition Tell the History of Mother Russia

Americans watched as the historic collapse of the Soviet Union unfolded near the end of the 20th century.  For us collectors, it’s been fascinating to see the transformation from the USSR to simply “Russia,” as documented on its postage stamps.

Subjects forbidden before the fall of Soviet Russia now appear routinely on the Russian Republic’s stamps.  In this huge five-year mint collection, you’ll see the leader of the Russian Orthodox church, beautiful old cathedrals, religious icons, and awards for exceptional service in the name of St. Andrew the Apostle – the patron saint of Russia.

Russia stamps have always been well-designed, but many of the stamps in this collection are just so fresh and bold.  It includes 661 vibrant stamps and souvenir sheets in several geometric formats, many with metallic or embossed, three-dimensional designs.  Here are a few of my favorites:

Throughout the collection are a number of lovely Russian art masterpieces reproduced with a glossy surface.  In 2016, a set of two embossed stamps were issued for the 75th anniversary of the beginning of the “Great Patriotic War” (Eastern Front of World War II).  One stamp commemorated the 1941 Yelnya Offensive, the second honored the Battle of Hanko, also fought in 1941.


Another favorite are the two joint issue stamps with Mexico.  Each stamp pictures a famous building from one of the countries – Chapultepec Castle in Mexico and Peter and Paul Fortress in Russia.  This pair of stamps celebrated 125 years of diplomatic relations between Russia and Mexico.

There is really no way to adequately describe in words the stamps in this collection.  You simply have to see them for yourself.

FREE Illustrated Album Shows Every Stamp in the Collection

Order these stamps now and you’ll receive a FREE illustrated album designed by collectors here at Mystic.  These high-quality pages are a great way to organize, display, and protect your new stamps.  And they contain illustrations for every stamp in your new collection.

What’s Ahead for Russia and its Stamps?

As daily news reports indicate, there’s no telling what the future holds for Russia and its role on the world stage.  Whatever that is, we know it will be reflected on Russia’s stamps.  And as always, we collectors will be waiting to preserve that history for future generations in our stamp albums.  Get started today by ordering this five-year Russia collection!