Issues of Private Postal Services
Mount Taranaki 2'518 m
Mount Taranaki issued by New Zealand Post

Pete's Post

1 April 1999
Pete's Post, Pictorial Stamps
35c Local, New Plymouth and Mount Taranaki in the background.

 

1 April 1999
Pete's Post, Pictorial Stamps
35c Local, Mount Taranaki (Lake Mangamahoe)

 

2002 (?)
Pete's Post, Pictorial Stamps
35c, Port Taranaki New Plymouth
Mount Taranaki in the background.
(please see the booklet)

 

2002 (?)
Pete's Post, Pictorial Stamps
40c, Mount Taranaki (Lake Mangamahoe)
(please see the booklet)

The 40 cent stamp is existing with different inscriptions below the face value.
Hamilton, Hastings, Napier, New Plymouth, Tauranga and Taranaki.

 

2002 (?)
Pete's Post, Pictorial Stamps
90c, Mount Taranaki (Lake Mangamahoe)
(please see the booklet)

 

2003 (?)
Pete's Post, Pictorial Stamps
40c and 90c, The Three Sisters & Mount Taranaki
(please see the 90c booklet)

On the North Taranaki coast, near Tongaporutu, there is the rock formation known as the Three Sisters. The most seaward of the stacks is the smallest. Next to the sisters is another formation called Elephant Rock which, as you would expect, looks a lot like an elephant.  

 

15 March 2004
Pete'sPost, Pictorial Stamps
45c, Mount Taranaki (Lake Mangamahoe)
(please see the booklet)

 

 

 

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