10c 'Central Otago' gummed stamp.
Central Otago, the most inland region of New Zealand, is a place like no other. It is the driest, hottest and coldest place in the country and has a powerful landscape of contrasts – rugged terrain, tussock grasslands, fast rivers and mountains that go back millions of years. In the 19th century, Central Otago was the scene of a gold-rush – its old stone cottages and mining remains are still visible today. Nowadays, the region is renowned for its wineries, particularly its Pinor Noir.
|Date of issue:||9 May 2007|
|Designer:||Stamps Business, Wellington|
|Printer:||Southern Colour Print, New Zealand|
|Stamp Size:||25mm x 30mm|
5c, 10c, 20c, 50c, $1.00: 100 stamps
$2.50; $3.00: 50 stamps
|Perforation Gauge:||13.50 x 13.25|