Archive for the ‘Romania’ Category
This stunning registered cover from Romania was sent by Ladislau, thank you! It was posted in Bucharest on January 14 and arrived on January 16, 2014.
The mini-sheet (issued on February 28, 2009) depicts several birds of the Danube delta; the stamp commemorates the White-tailed Eagle (Haliaeetus albicilla).
The green and white sticker on the left is an information for the post office clerk to apply an especially nice postmark.
See also: #710 Romania 13/07/17
This beautiful cover from Romania was sent by Jean Pierre, thank you very much! It was posted in Bucharest on July 17 and arrived on July 19, 2013.
The cover is a postal stationery, which was issued together with a stamp set on July 6, 2012. It commemorates the 11th meeting of the Conference of the Contracting Parties to the Ramsar Convention, which took place in Bucharest from 6-13 July 2012.
The stamp on the left is part of the set “Live Healthy Campaign” (Trăiește sănătos!), which was issued on May 3.
See also: #677 Romania 13/07/17
Thank you, Jean Pierre, for sending this beautiful cover from Romania! It was posted in Bucharest on July 17 and arrived on July 19, 2013.
The cover is a postal stationery, which commemorates different flowers and there blooming time. Jean Pierre attached two stamps of the flowers set, which was issued on January 19, 2012. They depict the flowers “Love-lies-bleeding” (Amaranthus caudatus) and arctic alpine forget-me-not (Eritrichium nanum).
The imprinted stamp of the stationery depicts the sunflower species Scorzonera rosea.
The left stamp is part of the set “Romania – A European Source of Energy” (România – Sursă Europeană de Energie), which was issued on June 2, 2009. It depicts the Orthodox Cathedral of Turda together with a gaslight as well as a description of Sărmăşel and Turda. In Sărmăşel there was the first natural gas deposit in Romania, which was discovered in 1909. Turda was the first city in Europe to have public street lights fuelled by natural gas in 1917.
The set of six stamps was issued on July 23, 1986. It commemorates the Romanian Arctic explorers Julius Popper (1857-93), Bazil G. Assan (1860-1918), Emil Racoviță (1868-1947), and Constantin Dumbravă (1898-1935). The other two stamps commemorate the Romanian participation at the 17th Soviet Antarctic Expedition and krill fishery.
This cover was sent to me by a friend collector from Romania. It was posted in Târnăveni on June 17, 2008.
The right stamp is part of a set of mushroom stamps, which was issued on January 18, 2008. It depicts a shaggy parasol (Lepiota rhacodes).
Cover from Romania, posted in Târnăveni on December 24, 2008.
This nice cover from my Romanian friend has attached the Christmas stamp, which was issued on November 5, 2008. The stamp (face value 1 leu) was issued in sheets of 8 stamps + 1 label in the centre. In addition a limited edition (7550 sheets) with silver foil was issued.
The two right stamps are of the third part of the series “Romanian pottery”, which was issued on November 24, 2005.
Thank you for this nice cover!
Cover from Romania, posted in Bucharest on January 29, 2007.
The cover is a postal stationery commemorating the 30th anniversary of the maritime museum in Constanţa, which was established in 1969.