This is a collection of 10 sheets of stamps from around the world. The stamps were issued in the countries of Denmark, the Netherlands, Swaziland, Great Britain, San Marino, and Zimbabwe. The oldest sheet of stamps in this collection was issued in 1961. The most recent sheet of stamps in this collection were issued in 1999. Most of the sheets of stamps are in very good condition, and some of them have been protected by a cellophane pocket and cover to protect them. The sheet of stamps from Zimbabwe are a sheet of 50 stamps raising money for the Association for Prevention of Tuberculosis. They show the trees of the sweet thorn, the pink jacaranda, the cape fig, the violet tree, the sausage tree, the confettie tree, the mukwa, the msasa, the wild pear tree, the cape chestnut, the red hotpoker tree, the peeling bark okna, the red sour plum tree, the weeping schotia, the tree wisteria, the waterperry, the mupanda, the rib fruited gardenia, the pod mahogany, the rhodesia teak, the peltophorum, the baobab, the sickle bush and the snotapple. some of the hinges of the stamps on the sheet are a little detached. Many of the stamps on the sheet are the same. The stamp from Swaziland is on an air mail envelope and shows the Impala. Thte envelope of the First Day of Issue stamps from the Netherlands shows different types of beetles. The stamp sheet from Hungary is the Official First Day Cover of the World Wildlife Fund and shows the bird the Aquila Heliaca. The stamps from Denmark are complete sets and show the birds of the grey lagged goose, the raven and the swan. The stamps from San Marino are first Day of Issue stamps and are a complete set. They show the bird the Passer Italiae, the Regulus Ignacapillus, the Parus Caeruleus, the Lusinia Svecica ent the Emberiza Hortulana. The stamps from Great Britian are the Royal Mail First Day Cover First Day of Issue stamps showing the Emperor Dragonfly, the Stag Beetle, the Cricket and the Bumble Bee. The Biritish Flowers Post Office First Day Cover First Day of Issue showing the flowers the daffodils, and snowdrops. The Roses of Great Britain the Post Office First Day Cover celebrating the Royal National Rose Society showing the roses Elizabeth of Glamis, Grandpa Dickson, Rosa Mundi and Sweet Briar.