The commemorative stamp of tomorrow ?

A unique way to celebrate commemorations.
Submit your subjects now!


Our commemorative stamps

Each year, POST Philately issues around twenty stamps dedicated to various commemorations.

Celebrating the birthday of a well-known personality in your municipality or organization, associations and institutions of major importance to local life, or major events in 2025 and beyond? Create a commemorative stamp with POST Luxembourg!


100 years Gëlle Fra

  • The « Monument du Souvenir » (1923) honours fallen Luxembourg soldiers from the First World War.


SEPAC – 2023 Traditional markets

  • The Vianden nut market has been in place since 1935 and is popular far beyond the town itself.


Esch-sur-Sûre since 927

  • Esch-sur-Sûre is one of the 20 most beautiful villages in Europe in 2022, according to the online magazine GEOplus.


125 years Lycée des Arts et Métiers

  • The college trained many of Luxembourg's finest artists in painting and sculpture.


100th anniversary J-P Kemmer

  • Luxembourgish musician and composer.

Subject proposals

Submit your subjects for commemorative stamps by filling in this form until March 15, 2024!


Answers to your questions

Commemorative stamps are particularly suitable for celebrating the anniversary of a famous person, an association, an institution, a historic building, a work of art or an event of major importance to your municipality or organization.

You'll find all the rules for issuing stamps here.

Once your proposal has been received, you will receive an acknowledgement of receipt. POST Philately will then analyze the admissibility of the subjects submitted. All applications received by post or electronically before March 15, 2024, and whose subjects have been deemed admissible, will be analyzed by a philatelic committee. POST Philately will then contact you to inform you of the next steps in the process.

No, POST covers all stamp production costs.

Official stamps will be available in the POST Philately online store - , at the philatelic counter (13, rue Robert Stumper, Cloche d'Or), and at all post offices.