Nepal 2009, "Democratic Republic of Nepal".
The stamp is showing the map of Nepal, Nepalese flag and Coat of Arms of Nepal.
The Mount Everest appears in the center of the stamp. The other two mountains cannot been identified.
It seems to be a composition and does not correspond with the reality.
Bolivia 2010, Bernardo Guarachi, Bolivian Mountaineer.
Mt. Everest (seen from Rongbuk) in the background.
Guernsey 2010, "Centenary Girlguiding"
Nepal & Israel, joint issue 2012
Mount Everest and the Dead Sea.
The Nepalese stamp was issued in sheets of 20 stamps (face value 35 Rs).
The Israelian stamp was issued in sheets of 15 stamps (face value 5 NIS).
The Nepalese post issued a 50 Rs stamp in souvenirsheets as well (please see below).
Nepal 2012, souvenirsheet (face value 50 Rs).
Nepal 2012, Nepal Civil Service Employee's First Mt. Everest Expedition 2011.
The stamp is showing a view from Camp 4 (7'940 m) at the South Col towards the Everest South Summit 8'690m.
On the left stamp is marked the route up Triangular face and Balcony to South summit. The Hillary step and the true summit (8'848 m) is not visible from this point of view. The Hillary step 8'760 m is between the South Summit and the true summit.
"Nepal Civil Service Employee's First Mt. Everest Expedition 2011"
The expedition had been organized by the institute for Mountaineering Development Commitee under the Minitery of Tourism and Cicil Avation, Government of Nepal. The expedition team had been led by the then Secretary (Present Chief Secretary) Hon. Mr. Lilamani Poudyal. He had played an important leadership role to make the mission possible.
The total of nine members of 15 had successfully reached the peak of Mt. Everest in the early morning of 18 May, 2011 despite bad weather condition. The success has changed the negative notion toward civil servants proving that they can do anything though it is challenging. A new world record was even set as the first Civil Servants' Expedition to clinch Mt. Everest, which itself is a matter of pride. The successful members of civil servants to clinch Mt. Everest are Tulsi Ram Bhandari, Surath Pokherei, Hari Pd. Guragain, Santa K. Maharjan, Hari Dhakal, Khim L. Gautam, Gyanendra K. Shresta, Padam Bdr. Bhandari and Subir Shresta. (Text: Post of Nepal).
Austria 2012, Gerlinde Kaltenbrunner.
In August 2011, the Austrian climber Gerlinde Kaltenbrunner became after Oh Eun-sun, South Korea (controversial), and Edurne Pasaban, Spain, the second or third woman to climb all 14 eight-thousanders peaks.
Nepal 2013, "Diamond Jubilee Celebration 2013".
The stamp was printed on an security paper UV dull with visible & invisible fibres & phosphorescent dots.
(the fibres are also visible on frontside)
Imperforated trial proof prints are exisiting.
Saint Vincent and the Grenadines 2014
The stamp was issued in the series "Natural Sites & Scenes of the World".
Nepal 2014, Tenzing-Hillary Everest Marathon.
The Tenzing-Hillary Everest Marathon, was started which is held every year on 29 May to commemorate the first successful 1953 Everest expedition by Edmund Hillary and Tenzing Norgay. The Tenzing Hillary Everest Marathon (2003 - present) starts at the current Everest Base Camp below the Khumbu ice fall and finishes in Namche Bazaar. It is organised by a Kathmandu trekking agency with support from the Nepal Tourism Board.
This particular stamp shows Mount Everest from the space taken by NASA Earth Observatory satellite. Everest is located at the center of the stamp while Lhotse is at the bottom center. Khumbu Glacier flows in between to the left and to the bottom towards the letter “E”. Kangshung Glacier flows to the right center from where the value of the stamp is shown. The left glacier (of the two) flowing to the top of the stamp is Rongbuk Glacier.
The miniaturesheet was issued in the series "Visions of Earth from Space".
Faroe Island 2015 "75th Anniversary of the Faroese National Flag".
The stamp depicts the Faroese mountaineer Arne Vatnhamar unfurled the Faroese flag as he climbed Mt. Everest on May 25, 2014. The summit in the far background is Mt. Cho Oyu (8'201 m).
"Diamond Jubilee of Nepal-China Diplomatic Relations".
Solomon Islands, 2017, Tibetan Mastiff.
A mirror inverted view from the Moraine of Kangshung Glacier towards Chomo Lonzo.
The stamp was issued in the series "Towards the Year of the Dog".
(perforated and imperforated)