The Treasure Chamber – focusing on Swedish stamps

Follow the development of Swedish stamps from 1855 until 1936.

 

Enjoy rarities such as beautiful letters with our first Shilling Banco stamps and a unique stamp
sheet with 4 Shilling Banco. The collections also include the only letter with 6 skilling banco stamps. This letter was mailed from Stockholm to London in 1858 and arrived after five days. The postage was the equivalent of the wages paid for one hour’s hard industrial labour.

 

The museums greatest treasure consists of the “Post Office” stamps from Mauritius from 1847, the world’s first colonial stamps. Look at our two stamps from the Mauritius Post Office and learn from their extraordinary story. Here you also find every Swedish stamp from 1855 until today.

Opening hours

TuesdaysSundays 11 am4 pm

Stamp Collecting:

The King of Hobbies and the Hobby of Kings.

Charles J Philips (1936)

Our exhibitions

Beloved postal codes

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An exhibition on postal codes, representation, identity and place in Swedish hip hop

Until September 2020

Hello!

A playful exhibition on communication. Type the typewriter or practise handwriting with chalk on black boards.

Stockholmia 2019

What happens at Postmuseum?

The Little Post Office

Come and play Post Office and be creative in our workshop.

Your Post

Learn about how Sweden and the Swedish Post Office has changed since the 17 th century.

The Treasure Chamber

Enjoy rarities such as beautiful letters with our first Shilling Banco stamps and a unique stamp sheet with 4 Shilling Banco.