The Barbados Philatelic Bureau offers deposit accounts for standing order and non-standing order customers. Standing order customers are guaranteed timely and regular supply of new issues based on their requirements. Non-standing order customers are supplied on request. Our Mailing orders service is available to customers who do not have active accounts but remit money to
The Barbados Philatelic Bureau recently released a commemorative set of stamps, Places of Worship, inspired by the architectural gems of some of our older churches. The denominations of the stamps are: 10¢, 65¢, $1.80 and $3.00. The Stamp Issue includes: A Set of Stamps – $5.55 First Day Cover – $6.30 For more information contact the Bureau
The Barbados Philatelic Bureau has introduced the first set of commemorative stamps for 2013, which are dedicated to the historic lighthouses of Barbados. The stamp issue titled ” Lighthouses 2013″, has been on sale at Post Offices since June 13th, 2013. The stamp set comprises: A Set of Stamps $6.15 and A First Day Cover
These stamps range in value from Twenty-five Dollars ($25.00) to One Thousand Dollars ($1000.00) and are used for a wide range of personal and business purposes. Revenue stamps are affixed to documents ranging from marriage licenses to conveyances and such stamps form part of the legal requirement of documents.
The Barbados Philatelic Bureau is an integral entity within the Barbados Postal Service providing a range of services to its customers. The Bureau began its operations in 1968 with a small staff of two, which has since increased. The growing demand of Philatelists for Barbados’ stamps over the last three decades and our strong presence
Private Post Office Boxes are situated at the following Post Offices and Super Centre Warrens General Post Office Airport Post Office Brittons Hill Post Office Christ Church Post Office Eagle Hall Post Office Worthing Post Office St. George Post Office St. James Post Office St. Peter Post Office St. Thomas Post Office St. Joseph Post
Through the Barbados Postal Service, money orders can be purchased from any Post Office on the island and posted domestically, regionally or throughout Canada and the United States to anyone with access to a Post Office. It is a secure, cashable document and a safe, worry-free way to send money to afamily member or children studying
This service adds more security and reliability for mail and allows for verification of receipt of mail. Pricing BDS. $4.00 Domestic Postal Item BDS. $6.00 International Postal Item (Single) BDS $20.00 International Postal Item (Bulk Post Bags) (Over and above applicable postal charges) The advice of delivery service (A. R. Card) provides the customer with
This is an international Postal facility that guarantees postage on returning mail. The Postal Administration in the country of destination is bound by international postal conventions to convert the reply coupon for the equivalent value of postage to effect first class onward transmission.
Stamps are issued for use with mail – whether parcels or letters. To qualify for a letters rate, the document must not exceed 2 kilogrammes. Stamps used for postage usually form either definitive or commemorative sets. There are eighteen stamp denominations ranging in value from Five cents (5¢) to Ten Dollars ($10.00). Definitive postage stamps