The Mt. Mayon is an active stratovolcano in the province of Albay, on the island of Luzon.
Occupation of the Philippines by the USA.
1906 the American civil government issued the "PHILIPPINE ISLANDS-UNITED STATES OF AMERICA" series.
The series is existing:
08.09.1906, blue, Watermark II, perforation L12
08.09.1906, pale ultra, Watermark II, perforation L12
1911, dp ulta, Watermark III, perforation L12
1916, pp ultra, Watermark III, perforation L10
1919, ultra, no Watermark, perforation L11
1919, pale ultra, perforation L11
1919, dull violet, perforation L11
1925, dull violet, imperforated
1931, pale violet, imperforated
1939, pale vilet, perforation L11, overprinted on Michel 426 "COMMONWEALTH"
1945, pale violet, overprinted on Michel 426 "COMMONWEALTH" "VICTORY"
1932, (Occupation of the Philippines by the USA).
(the stamp is existing overprinted as well).
Japanese occupation of the Philippines 1943, definitive set.
Mt. Fuji (Japan) and Mayon Volcano (Philippines).
Japanese occupation of the Philippines 08.12.1943 (overprinted).
A strong typhoon swept in November 1943 in the country. A set of semi-postal stamp series was issued in December 1943, after a strong typhoon caused massive flooding in order to raise funds for the victims . Then Japanese sponsored the Philippines with overprinted “ Baha” (Flood) to raise additional revenue for the cash strapped government.The flood killed countless numbers of people and animals.
Japanese occupation of the Philippines 1943, Mayon Volcano.
Philippines 1947-1954, Mayon Volcano.
Philippines 1951, Mayon Volcano (right) & Masaraga Volcano 1'328 m (left).
A view from the south "Daraga region".
Philippines 1955, Mayon Volcano.
The 18¢ stamp is existing also overprinted 5¢.
(please see below)
Philippines 1960, Mayon Volcano.
Overprinted 5¢ on 18¢ (1955).
Philippines, 1956, Aerogramme.
Philippines 1957, "10th World Jamboree".
Mayon Volcano in background.
The Mayon Volcano is depicted in the background.
(left of value 6c)
The stamp is existing 6c and 30c.
Philippines 1966, Mayon Volcano on coin.
Philippines 1967, "Christmas".
Mayon Volcano in the background.
The Mayon Volcano in depicted in the background.
(below "S" of Pilipinas)
The stamp is existing 10s, 40s and 70s.
Philippines 1969, Mayon Volcano.
The Mayon is depicted at the bottom left.
The stamp is existing 10c, 20c and 30c.
Philippines 1971, Mayon Volcano and Masaraga Volcano (left).
(the picture shows also the Cagsawa ruins, near Legaspi City)
"The 1814 eruption was recorded to be worst eruption of Mt. Mayon. Some 1,200 people, who took refuge and sought the sanctuary of the church during the eruption, died all when the church was engulfed by the flowing lava. Only the Cagsawa church belfry remains today. It is a grim reminder of the event, that took place and many people come to see the belfry as a reminder of times past. Through all the developments done by the local government, the Cagsawa church belfry remains standing, with the giant stones spewed by Mt. Mayon around and with the history of the region buried underneath. The place is now called Cagsawa Park. It is managed today by the municipal government of Daraga, Albay.
, Mayon Volcano, Legaspi City, also known as Legazpi City and the Cagsawa Ruins.
Philippines 1993, Mayon Volcano, (International Year indigenous of people).
Philippines 2001, "150 Years of Relations Philippines - Switzerland".
The Mayon volcano and the Matterhorn (4'478 m) in Switzerland.
Philippines 2006, "50 years of Philippines - Japan Friendship".
Portrait of José Rizal and Mayon Volcano.
Philippines 2008, Mayon Volcano.
Philippines 2008, "The Governor Reynolds Bridge".
The Mayon volcano in the background.
Mozambique 2017, Mayon volcano.
The stamp was issued in the series "Volcanoes & Minerals".