This is Part 2 of a two-part list of all the stamps known to have been issued in January 2022. Each basic stamp is illustrated. Those stamps released in multiple formats (such as gummed and self-adhesive varieties of the same design) are usually represented by just one image. Links (highlighted in yellow) are for those issues which have an accompanying article on this site. Part 2 will be published within the next week.
I hope this proves useful as a visual record of all the stamps released in 2022 as I am planning to attempt a similar tabulation each month throughout the year. Time will tell whether I can maintain this. I have also resumed adding each new issue to a Google Calendar; thus far, I have completed the entries for January and will soon move forward as my workload permits.
There are several agency-issued releases in this list, namely Djibouti (represented by Stampera), The Gambia, Grenada, The Marshall Islands, and Tuvalu (all by the Inter-Governmental Philatelic Corporation, Inc.). There is also one issue by Transnistria, officially the Pridnestrovian Moldavian Republic (PMR), an unrecognized breakaway state located in the narrow strip of land between the river Dniester and the Moldovan–Ukrainian border that is internationally recognized as part of Moldova.
Several additional territories also issued stamps in January for which there has not been an actual date of issue announced. These are Burundi (a series of miniature sheets that would take me quite a while to add — typical agency ilk), Georgia, Syria (seven stamps for the Gates of Damascus), Sint Maarten (a set for the Year of the Tiger), and Suriname (more agency nonsense). As soon as I can discover first dates of issue for the non-agency items, I will add them to the appropriate Part 1 or Part 2 list.
Now, let’s start on the February list before too much time goes by…
January 2022 stamps: Part 2 (14-31 January)