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Volcanoes on Stamps, Vulcani e francobolli, Volcanes en sellos, Vulkane auf Briefmarken, Les volcans vus par le timbre, Vulkanen op postzegels, Ol volkeno antap long stam, Gunung berapi pada perangko, Vulcöes em selos, Vulkaner på frimærker, Huoshan yin, Kazan no kitte, Volkeno fi stampu, .

Note, in English, volcano is singular, volcanoes is plural, not volcanoe and volcanos.

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The best of both worlds,
IO and OI.
(Courtesy, bt56)

An image of OI

International Association of Volcanology & Chemistry of the Earth's Interior

In view of numerous enquiries, the triangular stamps below were never issued.

They are the creation of Matthew Healey.

IAVCEI - Click to get there!

 For alphabetical listing of volcano areas, click on links below

Africa to Hawaii
Iceland to the West Indies

Maps and volcano data are taken from
Volcanoes of the World,
by Tom Simkin and Lee Siebert,
2nd edition, Geoscience Press Inc.,Tucson Arizona.

A link to the Smithsonian volcano web site can be had by clicking here.

Alternativly, you can view stamps by style of eruption by clicking HERE

The Smithsonian Catalog lists four eruptions of VEI Magnitude 7,
Tambora 1815 Baitoushan ca. 1050 Kikai ca. 4350BC Crater Lake ca. 4895BC

Not a volcano, but rather Goddesses of the Pacific

Awesome New Zealand VolcanoGoddesses

And here is volcanoes, meteorites, and dinosaurs. **new**

Controversial volcanologist

Volcano Cancels

United States Ships with volcano names

For more volcanoes on stamps visit this site run by Jean-Paul Raynal. It is in French.


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Last update June 14th,2016

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