On January 1st, 2007 Slovenia adopted the new currency, the Euro. On that day
the country has not only introduced new banknotes and coins, but also new euro-denominated
stamps. The value in Euros is written to two decimal places without the name
or symbol for the Euro. Beside these stamps Slovenia will also be issuing stamps
with the values expressed by the letters A, B, C, and D.
Stamps with written face value in Tolars (except rare stamps with the PTT label) will be valid for marking the paid postage till December 31st, 2007 under the condition that the postage will be marked on the item only with stamps with the face value in Tolars not in combination with stamps with their value expressed in Euros.