Archive for the ‘postcard’ Category
François included a nice postcard too.
The card was posted at the Restauradores Square in Lisbon on August 19, 2014.
The philatelic bureau of Tristan da Cunha sent me this nice postcard, thank you! It was posted on April 1 and arrived on May 15, 2014.
The card depicts the location of Tristan da Cunha and two views of the only settlement Edinburgh of the Seven Seas. The stamp on the backside is part of the set “Volcano pt. III”, which was issued on November 11, 2013. It commemorates the 50th anniversary of the resettlement of the island, which was evacuated after the volcanic eruption in 1961.
My first cover from Mozambique was sent by Luís, thank you very much! It was posted in Maputo on April 9 and arrived on May 8, 2014.
The 2012 stamp commemorates the writer Ungulani Ba Ka Khosa. It also depicts the logo of the 2012 Lubrapex philatelic exhibition in São Paulo.
Luís included a card that shows some views of the Island of Mozambique.
It was posted in Sana’a on December 7 and arrived on December 31, 2013. Interestingly, the stamp was cancelled with the Austrian postmark “WIEN mc 1000” too.
The attached stamp is part of the set “Heritage Sites”, which was issued on September 26, 1996. It commemorates the old city of Sana’a.
Omar included a postcard, which shows a view of Shibam with its famous mudbrick-made tower houses.
Arcadi sent me this nice postcard from Grenada, thank you! It was posted in St. George’s on July 1 and arrived on July 7, 2011.
The left stamp commemorates the Yellow-breasted Warbler (Seicercus montis). It is part of the definitives set issued by Grenada in 2000.
The third stamp is part of a set that was issued by Grenada in 2006. It commemorates the butterfly Mourning Cloak (Nymphalis antiopa).
See also: #367 Grenada 10/05/19
Thank you very much, Wu, for sending this nice postcard from Tuvalu!
The card arrived on November 15, 2010. Unfortunately the postmark is heavily blurred and unreadable. A red postmark with the inscription “R FUNAFUTI TUVALU” is still visible.
The attached stamp depicts the coral Acropora aculeus.