Stamp programme 2020

Stamp programme 2020

21 February 2020

Jan Mayen

The year's first stamp issue has two new stamps in the series with Polar motifs. This time it is Jan Mayen island that is depicted on both stamps.

21 February 2020

City anniversaries

Two stamps are celebrating Bergen and Moss.

21 February 2020

Personalised stamp

In 2006, Posten introduced personal stamps, where you can choose the motif on your stamps. Many cities offer stamps with their own motifs to tourists.

19 March 2020

Author Anniversaries

Three of Norway’s most significant authors’ lives and works are being celebrated this year. 

17 April 2020


Largest in the dolphin family.

17 April 2020

Ancient Postal Routes

Postal route from Christiania to Bergen.

8 May 2020

75 Years of Peace

When World War II broke out, Norway declared itself neutral, but on 9 April 1940, German troops attacked the country. King Haakon and the Government refused to surrender.

12 June 2020

Munch Museum

The new Munch Museum makes it possible to truly demonstrate Edvard Munch's influence on his own time as well as today's generation of artists.

12 June 2020


Norway Post and the Norwegian Kennel Club held a photo competition, and the jury picked four winning dogs, which will now be depicted on stamps.

14 August 2020

Carl Nesjar Centenary

Carl Nesjar is known for being a painter, sculptor, and photographer as well as a forerunner in abstract art.

17 September 2020

Research, Innovation, Technology

The brain’s GPS system.

6 November 2020

Rockheim Hall of Fame

Inducted into the Rockheim Hall of Fame this year are Radka Toneff, Halvdan Sivertsen and Jonas Fjeld.

6 November 2020

Christmas Stamps

The bright festive season. Whether you’re looking for a wool sweater, cured meats or home-made marzipan treats, you’ll find all sorts of unique specialities and gifts at the Christmas markets.