Archive for the ‘Algeria’ Category
Hocine has sent this nice cover from Algeria, thank you! It was posted in Bir-Mourad-Raïs on November 17 and arrived on December 14, 2016.
The stamps are part of the set “Folklore Dancing”, which was issued on July 20, 2016.
This nice cover from Algeria was sent by Noreddine, thank you! It was posted in Collo (القل) on October 27 and arrived on November 8, 2013.
The left stamp (issued on December 20, 2008) commemorates the 50th anniversary of the establishment of diplomatic relations between Algeria and China. The two middle stamps are part of the “roses” set, which was issued on September 7, 2004.The right stamp (issued on July 22, 2013) commemorates the Fête de la Police (Police Festival).
See also: #135 Algeria 09/01/08
It was posted in the district of Kouba in Algiers on November 29 and arrived on December 22, 2010.
It was posted in Kouba-Garidi on March 7, 2010, and arrived on March 15. The attached stamps are part of the set “Popular Algerian Tales”, which was issued on December 7, 2009. They illustrate the tales of the “Magic Carpet“, the “Red Rose”, and “Lounge – The Daughter of an Ogre”.
FDC from Algeria, posted in Sétif on January 08, 2009.
Ouari sent me this nice FDC of the bridges mini-sheet, which was issued on November 26, 2008, thank you!
Ouari sent me this nice cover with four different stamps: The two bottom stamps are part of the bridges mini-sheet, which was issued on November 26, 2008. The top left stamp depicts a rock painting of a unicorn cow in Jabbaren in the Tassili N’Ajjer near Djanet.
Thank you for this nice cover!
Registered cover from Algeria, posted in Setif on December 2008. This nice cover has attached the “bridges” mini-sheet, which was issued on November 26, 2008. The stamps depict the bridges in Sidi Rached, Sidi M’Cid, La Medersa, and El Kantara. Additionally, there is a 2004 stamp depicting a yellow rose.
Thank you, Ouari, for this nice cover!