The World Association for the Development of Philately (WADP) and the Universal Postal Union (UPU) jointly conceived and developed the WADP Numbering System - WNS, which was launched on 1 January 2002.

All registered stamps issued by Sri Lanka in 2009

The 2009 issuing programme is not available.
  1. Lk021.09-80
    Wns Number
    LK021.09
    Country / Post
    Sri Lanka
    Date of Issue
    June 23, 2009
    Subject
    Ancient Sri Lanka - Polonnaruwa Era - Ethnic & Religious Unity
  2. Lk022.09-80
    Wns Number
    LK022.09
    Country / Post
    Sri Lanka
    Date of Issue
    June 23, 2009
    Subject
    Ancient Sri Lanka - Polonnaruwa Era - Irrigation Civilization
  3. Lk023.09-80
    Wns Number
    LK023.09
    Country / Post
    Sri Lanka
    Date of Issue
    June 23, 2009
    Subject
    Ancient Sri Lanka - Polonnaruwa Era - Architecture - Palace of King Parakramabahu
  4. Lk024.09-80
    Wns Number
    LK024.09
    Country / Post
    Sri Lanka
    Date of Issue
    June 23, 2009
    Subject
    Ancient Sri Lanka - Polonnaruwa Era - Health Care - Ancient Hospital
  5. Lk025.09-80
    Wns Number
    LK025.09
    Country / Post
    Sri Lanka
    Date of Issue
    June 23, 2009
    Subject
    Ancient Sri Lanka - Polonnaruwa Era - Hindu Sculpture - Siva & Uma
  6. Lk026.09-80
    Wns Number
    LK026.09
    Country / Post
    Sri Lanka
    Date of Issue
    July 25, 2009
    Subject
    Mahmood Hasarath
  7. Lk027.09-80
    Wns Number
    LK027.09
    Country / Post
    Sri Lanka
    Date of Issue
    July 30, 2009
    Subject
    Hameed Al Husseinie College
  8. Lk028.09-80
    Wns Number
    LK028.09
    Country / Post
    Sri Lanka
    Date of Issue
    July 30, 2009
    Subject
    50th Anniversary of University of Kelaniya
  9. Lk029.09-80
    Wns Number
    LK029.09
    Country / Post
    Sri Lanka
    Date of Issue
    August 03, 2009
    Subject
    70th Anniversary of Bank of Ceylon
  10. Lk030.09-80
    Wns Number
    LK030.09
    Country / Post
    Sri Lanka
    Date of Issue
    August 10, 2009
    Subject
    Most Rev. Dr. Oswald Gomis