The 3d stamp featured a beaver in a frame and is considered the first Canadian postage stamp. The 6d was given a portrait of Prince Albert while the 10d featured a full-length portrait of Queen Victoria. When the Dominion came into existence in 1867, the new government issued a new series of stamps which featured a profile of Queen Victoria. King George the V was depicted in 1911 and continued in use until 1928. This was then replaced by the portrait of King Edward the VII during his short reign and to be followed later in 1937 where new stamps were issued to mark the newly crowned King George the VI. The last definitive issues for Queen Elizabert were issued in 1953. Canadian stamps are mostly noted when it starts featuring beautiful stamps on fauna and flora of Canada, anniversaries of historical events, arts, cultures, painting and also Christmas celebrations.