unknown mountains on postage stamps
New Zealand 1898/1902, Otira Gorge (summit unknown) "First Pictorials".
(designed by E.T. Luke)
The name of the summit is not known, it looks similar to a painting by Peter Mardon (1937 –) which is titled "Lower Otira Gorge". (probably Mt. Rolleston 2275m).
Inset within the design of the stamp is the Ruapehu volcano.
Cuba 1990, International Stamp Exhibition Auckland.
New Zealand 1993
New Zealand 1994
New Zealand 1994, Hong Kong 94.
New Zealand 1995, Farm Animals.
(existing: denomination 40c and 45c)
The background of the sheep and deer stamps is showing probably Mt. Taranaki.
New Zealand 2011
Artists compositions of different elements.
60c The Great Outdoors, background unknown
60c Water Sports, Mount Cook
$1.20 - Fishing, background unknown (Lake Pukaki area ?)
$1.90 - Culture, Rotorua area in the foreground
$2.40 - On the Slopes, unknown
$2.90 - Extreme Sports, background unknown (Lake Wakatipu / Queenstown area ?)
New Zealand 2013, "Sheep Droving".
The stamp was issued in the series "Classic Travel Posters".
This Sheep Droving poster was designed by Marcus King in the 1930s and contrasts the delights of rural New Zealand with modernity by showing a mounted drover with a mob of sheep against snowcapped mountains in a valley of electricity pylons.