Macedonian stamps have been issued since 1992, when the Republic of Macedonia split from the disintegrated Yugoslavia.
In 1944, during World War II, Bulgaria and Germany occupied parts of Macedonia, and used stamps there postally. These were Bulgarian stamps with an overprint reading ‘МАКЕДОНИЯ’ (with the single quotes), the date, and a surcharge. Fairly easy to find in the marketplace, these stamps date from a short but crucial time in the history of Macedonia and Yugoslavia.
The modern, independent Republic of Macedonia has been issuing its own stamps since 1992. These newer stamps are inscribed either МАКЕДОНИЈА or MAKEDONIJA and there have been several special collectors’ items issued in addition to the regular postage stamps.
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