Friday, December 31, 2010
A pair of 2 Yuan lily flowers stamps (2003-4, 4-4) were used to send this postcard on 9.10.2009. They are cancelled with red-color machine cancellation of Zhejiang Shaoxing Pinxin 3 (浙江 绍兴 平信 3). Pinxin means ordinally mail. An additional commemorative postmark, celebrating 60th Anniversary of People's Republic of China, from the same city where this card was posted, was stamped on upper left corner of this card.
Friday, December 24, 2010
A definitive stamp with face value of €0.85 was used to send this postcard. This stamp is not cancelled with any postmark.
However, a orange-color bar code was printed on the bottom at the back of the postcard. This indicated this postcard is, indeed, gone through the postal delivery system.
Monday, December 20, 2010
It was sent from Itatiba, SPI, on 14.10.2009. The stamps used on this card are R$0,20 shoe repairer, R$0,65 postman and R$1,50 pianist.
Thursday, December 16, 2010
As usual, a pre-printed stamp with the theme, Year of the Ox, and face value, 80 Fen, is pre-printed on the postcard. According to sender, it was sent from Hong Kong (also indicated with writting at the bottom of the card). This meant it did not have any valid postage to send this postcard. However, no postal evidence it has gone through the postal delivering system as there is not a single postmark on the card. Yet, it was delivered by postman to my mailbox.
Wednesday, December 1, 2010
It was mailed from Chongqing on 18.10.2009 with cancellation of Chongqing Guojiatuo 1 (重庆 郭家沱1) . Stamps used on this card are a block of four 50 Fen stamps of cycad (1996-7, 4-3) and a 100Fen rock statue (1997-9, 6-3). The red cancellation is a stampfair commemorative postmark for celebrating 60 Years of the Establishment of P.R. China and also 80 Years of Chongqing Liberation.
Friday, November 26, 2010
At the back of this postcard, there is an presendential inauguration commemorative postmark cancelled on the stamps with first-class postage paid on 20.1.2009. These stamps are 5 cents American toleware stamp and a 34 cents Mentoring a Child stamp.
This postcard was sent inside an envelope with three stamps. They are 10 cents American clock, and two 44 cents stamps (wedding rings and Lisa Simpsons). It was sent from Sterling, VA 20165 on 23.10.2009 using postmark from Mailer's postmark with permit no. 67.
Saturday, November 20, 2010
Well, I have to show the whole card at the back. There is no trace of postmarking or stamp on this side. Only the airmail label is there.
Thursday, November 18, 2010
A 98cents contemporary airmail stamp was used to pay its postage. It was sent from Pittsburg, PA 152 on 27.10.2009.
Monday, November 15, 2010
Many stamps were used to pay the postage. A 54-cent La crosse stamp and two P-value stamps were used. Also, two low value definitive stamps, 1cent bookbinding and 2cents decorative silverwork, were added. The machine cancellation is not clearly printed. So, two handstamped box stamps with 5-straight line were used to cancel the stamps.
Wednesday, November 10, 2010
A 95 Eurocents heart-shaped earth stamp with "priority" label attached with it was used to send this postcard. It was sent on 30.10.2009. The 5-wavy lines machine cancellation was partly omitted. The city name with last characters"ost" was recognized.
Saturday, October 30, 2010
Thursday, October 28, 2010
A multiview postcard from Slovenia. Pictures on the first row are the highest mountain in Slovenia (Triglav), lake view at Bled and watermill at Mlin na Muri. Pictures of second row show horses in Lipica, city view of Ljubjana and view of Logarska Dolina. Pictures of the last row show the tip of Piran, and town views on Snežnik and Otočec. Thanks dreamy.
A 0,75 orchid stamp was used to send this postcard. It was cancelled with a meter cancellation from Koper-Capodistria on 29.10.2009.
Monday, October 25, 2010
Saturday, October 23, 2010
A 80 Fen Year of the Tiger is pre-printed on the postcard. Three chinese theme stamps with face values, 200 Fen (1999-3, 4-4), 120 Fen (2008-13, 2-2) and 80 Fen (2004-5,4-3) were used to increase the postage. It was sent from Jiangsu Suzhou Mudu 6 (江苏 苏州 木渎 6) on 30.10.2009.
Thursday, October 21, 2010
A round shaped 1 lk/kl stamp with similar theme with the card, preserving polar regions and glaciers, was used on the postcard. However, it was not cancelled.
Tuesday, October 19, 2010
It was sent from Guangdong Nanxiong (广东 南雄) with the cancellation of normal mail, Pingxin 1 (平信1) on 1.10.2009. Three orchid stamps of the same series with same denomination, 80 Fen (2001-18, 4-1, 4-2 & 4-3) were used with the pre-printed 60 Fen flower stamp.
Saturday, October 16, 2010
A 8000₫ stamp traditional music and folk art stamp was used to send this postcard. The meter cancellation is only partially printed and leaving blank on the date stamp.
Thursday, October 14, 2010
It was sent from 's-Hertogenbosch on 3.11.2009. Three stamps with values in old currency were used. They are 65ct University of Amsterdam, another 65ct definitive and a 80ct World Cup 1994.
Sunday, October 10, 2010
It was sent from Shibuya, Tokyo, on 8.11.2009. Two definitive stamps (5 Yen swam stamp and 15 Yen chrysanthemums stamp) and a 50 Yen chrysanthemum stamp of Hyōgo Prefecture (兵庫県) were used to send this postcard. The definitive stamps used on the postcard are from yesteryear.
Wednesday, October 6, 2010
It was sent on 4.11.2009 from Briefzentrum 85 (Freising). Two flower definitive stamps with 10 cents and 90 cents face value were used.
Sunday, October 3, 2010
Two 100Rls. map stamps and a 1000Rls. coral fish stamp were used to send this postcard. The stamps were not cancelled.
However, at the bottom left corner of the card, there is wavy lines marking. It indicates the machine postmark has mis-cancelled somehow.
Friday, October 1, 2010
Wednesday, September 29, 2010
Saturday, September 25, 2010
Two stamps showing personality were used to send this postcard from Poznań on 30.10.2009. These stamps are 1.55zł Jerzy Popiełuszko, a Roman Catholic priest and martyr, and 1.95zł Ludwik Hirszfeld, a co-discoverer of the ABO blood type.