Archive for the ‘Bosnia & Herzegovina’ Category

#1003 Bosnia and Herzegovina 15/11/10

Bosnia 151110This very nice cover from Bosnia and Herzegovina was sent by Milivoj, thank you! It was posted in Zalužani (Залужани) on November 10 and arrived on November 19, 2015.

The left stamp is part of the set “Wooden Churches” (issued on July 17, 2014) and depicts a wooden church in Omarska (Омарска).

The top right stamp is part of the EUROPA set of 2006, which was issued on April 5. The bottom stamp is part of the 2011 EUROPA set, which was issued on April 6.

 

#270 Bosnia & Hercegovina 09/10/08

Željko sent me this nice cover from Bosnia and Herzegovina, thank you!

It was posted in Kostajnica on October 8, 2009. The stamps and ornamental tablet depict dragonflies of the order odonata. The stamps were issued by the postal authority of the Republika Srpska.

#175 Bosnia 09/03/07

bosnia 090307Željko sent me this nice cover from Bosnia and Herzegovina, thank you!

It was posted in Mostar on March 7, 2009. The three stamps are of the Croatian Post Ltd. Mostar, one of the three postal operators in Bosnia and Herzegovina.

The left stamp is one of the two Christmas stamps issued on December 1, 2007. The two middle se-tenant stamps were issued on April 2, 2005, and commemorate fairy tales by H. C. Andersen (1805-1875) (more info). The right stamp depicts the Gentiana dinarica.

Bosnia & Herzegovina 08/11/22

bosnia-081122Cover from Bosnia and Herzegovina, posted in Bihać on November 22, 2008.

Željko sent me this nice “flower” cover. He again used an envelope of the Croatian book club “Svijet Knjige” and attached three Bosnian stamps with flowers and plants. The left one has a face value of 0.80 convertible marks (KM) and depicts the widow flower Knautia travnicensis. It was issued in 2007. The middle stamp was issued in 1996 and depicts the bellflower species Campanula Hercegovina. It has a face value of 0.30 KM. The last stamp shows the cabbage Brassica oleracea var. capitata. It was issued in 2006 and has a face value of 0.40 KM.

Željko, thank you for this nice cover!

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