Bosnia and Herzegovina (often referred to simply as Bosnia) issued stamps from 1879 to 1918, when it was ruled by the Austro-Hungarian monarchy. in 1918 it became a part of Yugoslavia, and used Yugoslav stamps until it gained independence in 1993. Independence resulted in 3 separate postal administrations: the central Muslim administration in Sarajevo; the Croat administration in Mostar; and the Serbian administration in Banja Luka.
Official website of the philatelic bureau of the postal service administered by the Mostar (Croatian) government.
Official website of the philatelic bureau of the postal service administered by the Banja Luka (Serbian) government. An excellent site for collectors, providing a catalog with images and details of every stamp issued since 1992.
Official website of the philatelic bureau of the postal service maintained by the Sarajevo government.
See all Bosnia stamps in the StampWorld free online catalogue.
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