Archive for the ‘Slovakia’ Category

#1359 Slovakia 20/02/26

Milan has sent this very nice cover from Slovakia, thank you! It is a FDC of 2018, which was posted in Piešťany on February 26 and arrived on February 28, 2020.


#835 Slovakia 14/04/30

Slovakia 140430This amazing cover from Slovakia was sent by Michal, thank you! It was posted in Handlová on April 30 and arrived on May 5, 2014.

Michal used a FDC of 2009, which commemorates Charlie Chaplin (1889–1977), and added another stamp, which is part of the joint issue with Austria (issued September 11, 2009).

The right stamp is part of the “Cultural Heritage” definitive set, which was issued on January 2, 2009.

See also: #511 Slovakia 10/11/25

#511 Slovakia 10/11/25

Thank you, Václav, for sending this cover from Slovakia! It was posted in Žilina on November 25, 2010.

The three definitives on the left are part of the set “Cultural Heritage of Slovakia”, which was issued on January 2, 2009. They depict the Church of St. John the Baptist in Sedmerovec and the Round Church of St. Margaret in Šivetice.

The right pair of stamps was issued on September 17, 2010. It commemorates the castle ruin of Topoľčany.

#283 Slovakia 09/12/02

Miloš sent me this nice cover from Slovakia, thank you! It was posted in Rožňavské Bystré on December 2, 2009.

The left stamp is the first Slovak stamp with euro value. It was issued on January 1, 2009.

The right stamp was issued on January 2, 2009. It is part of the set “Cultural Heritage of Slovakia” and commemorates the Church of Mother of God in Boldog.

The special cancellation has the inscription “15. Výročie Založenia SSOŠF – Postup Slovenska na MS vo futbale 2010” (15th Anniversary of the SSOŠF). The SSOŠF is the Slovenskej spoločnosti olympijskej a športovej filatelie (Slovak Society of Olympic and Sports Philately).

Slovakia 2008/04/10

Registered cover from Slovakia, posted on April 10, 2008.

The three stamps show the church of Nitra and the monastery (kláštor) Jasov. The 30 SK stamps are part of the series “Beauties of our Homeland” and were issued on June 6, 2007.

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