Archive for the ‘ATM’ Category
On October 28, 2016 I received this beautiful registered cover from Austria. It was delivered on October 26 with the balloon “OE-SGS” in Puch bei Weiz during the course of the Pinkabria stamp exhibition.
The sales revenue of this event is donated to a children’s cancer research institute.
It was posted in Dublin and arrived on December 12, 2012.
The left stamp is an ATM stamp depicting the Smooth Newt (Lissotriton vulgaris). The four definitive stamps on the right commemorate the flowers yellow flag (Iris pseudacorus), mountain avens (Dryas octopetala), and common dog-violet (Viola riviniana).
On 2 November 2011 I received this nice cover from Kevin, thank you! It was posted in Macau on October 24.
The left stamp is an ATM stamp.
The stamp set on the right was issued on 13 September 2002. It commemorates “10 Years of Safeguarding Honesty & Transparency”.
In order to fulfill the postage, Heino attached a € 0.15 ATM stamp depicting the Brandenburg Gate.
My first cover from Costa Rica was sent by Alfons; it was posted in Pavas district of San José on February 18 and arrived on February 22, 2010.
The stamp is a 2007 ATM stamp.
Thank you, George, for sending me this nice cover from Taiwan!
It was posted on October 8, 2009, and has attached three ATM stamps and a definitive depicting two apples.
Igor sent me this nice cover, thank you!
It is a postal stationery commemorating the 150th anniversary of the Bietigheim Enz Valley Bridge. The two additional stamps are the tulip definitive and one ATM. The special cancellation has the date March 08, 2009, and commemorates the lighthouse Balje and the stranded fire-ship.
This nice airmail cover has attached four stamps, two of which are ATMs. The top left stamp is a definitive depicting the Blue-spotted stingray (Neotrygon kuhlii); it has the inscription “for local addresses only” (what is the value for that?). The top right stamp commemorates the Hong San See Temple, which was built from 1908 and 1913.
The two ATMs at the bottom depict a nice cliché of Singapore, the stamps have imprinted the number of the dispensing machine “S036” and the value “5¢”. The ATMs’ design is called “tourist attractions”; it was first used on June 10, 2003. (more info …)
Thank you, Jong, for sending me this interesting cover!
This nice cover with a German ATM stamp was sent to me by Igor, thank you!
Edit: Igor noted that the ATM stamp is a misprint, the value should be imprinted on the yellow field!
The first cover was cancelled on November 6, 2008; the left stamps are a joint issue of Isreali and French post. They commemorate the 60th anniversary of diplomatic relations between the two countries. They show the departure and arrival of the first postal flight from Haifa to Paris. The right stamp is an ATM label commemorating the philatelic event.
To make this cover perfect, it was signed by the designer of the left stamps, Pierre-Andre Cousin!
The stamps of the second cover are one half of the booklet “Faces of the 5th Republic”, which was issued to commemorate the 50th anniversary of the 5th French Republic. They depict the famous Marianne. The bottom two stamps are part of the booklet “Happy Holidays”, which was issued on November 8.
Eric wrote a detailed article about this event and the stamps; it can be found here.
Thank you for this beautiful covers!