Newer edition: 2024 Scott Standard Catalogue Volume 6 (Countries San-Z)
2023 Scott Standard Catalogue Volume 6 (Countries San-Z)
What’s in Volume 6?
Volume 6 includes listings for countries of the world beginning with letters San, T, U, V, W, Y and Z. These begin with San Marino and end with Zululand. Notable countries include Spain, Sweden, Switzerland and Ukraine. Other “S” countries (beginning with the letters “Sam” or earlier) are found in volume 5. All Scott catalogs include both existing countries and those that no longer exist (but at one time produced stamps).
Volume 6 includes over 100 countries (past and present). The main countries included in Volume 6 are as follows:
San Marino – Saudi Arabia – Senegal – Serbia – Seychelles – Sierra Leone – Singapore – Slovakia – Slovenia – Solomon Islands – Somalia – South Africa – South Georgia & South Sandwich Isles – Spain – Sri Lanka – Sudan – Surinam – Swaziland – Sweden – Switzerland – Syria – Tajikistan – Tanzania – Thailand – Timor – Togo – Tokelau – Tonga – Niuafoiou – Trinidad & Tobago – Tristan da Cunha – Tunisia – Turkey – Turkish Republic of Northern Cyprus – Turkmenistan – Turks & Caicos Islands – Tuvalu – Uganda – Ukraine – United Arab Emirates – Uruguay – Uzbekistan – Vanautu – Vatican City – Venezuela – Vietnam – Virgin Islands – Wallis & Futuna Islands – Yemen – Zambia – Zaire (Congo Democratic Republic) – Zimbabwe.
The list of 2023 updates for Volume 6 has been revealed!
As always, countless updates were made across the entire catalog. Countries that received special attention during this year’s updates include San Marino, Tuvalu, Zambia and many more. Full details of this year’s updates were announced in Linn’s Stamp News magazine, and are also available online here: What’s new for 2023 Scott Standard Volume 6?
Every year, our philatelic team (who work on both the Scott Catalogue and Linn’s Stamp News) work tirelessly to catalog all the new issues and update values for stamp listings throughout each volume. Because the world is a big place, our editors can’t cover all the philatelic activities for every nation every year. That’s why we publish these announcements detailing just which areas received the most attention, so collectors like you can be aware of what changes await you inside.