Sunday, September 18, 2011


An airport postcard of Incheon International Airport (인천국제공항). The largest airport in South Korea. It is serving the Seoul national capital area. The traffic centre is shown on the left. Thanks QiuQiu.

This South Korean postcard sent from Taiwan. Many low face value stamps from different period were used. A NT$1 dog stamp, a NTS5 children's drawing, a NT$2 Li Shan Mountain, NT$1 flower definitive stamp, NT$1 bird definitive stamp and a NT$2 fish stamp were used. They are cancelled in Taipei Da'an (台北大安) on 20.12.2009.

Tuesday, September 13, 2011


A new year greeting lottery card issued by Shenzhen post office. The ID for this postcard is 2010-440307-13-0007-001. Thanks ICE.

This postcard comes with a 80 Fen pre-printed Year of the Tiger stamp. Additional stamps were added. They are 1.20 Yuan Zhangfei Temple stamp and 80Fen legend stamp. However, the postage is still underpaid. A T mark with 20 (Fen) was stamped on the card. The red-color airmail stamp was pen-cancelled too. The stamps were cancelled by postmark from Guangdong Shenzhen Pingxin 2 (关东深圳 平信 2).

A meter cancellation of Guangdong Shenzhen Zhongxinju (Ji) 2 or 广东深圳 中心局(机)2 in Chinese is found inverted printed at the bottom. This indicated it was first machine cancelled but the position was put wrongly.

Monday, September 5, 2011


Cathedral of Christ the Saviour (Храм Христа Спасителя) of Moscow. It is located in the bank of Moscow River. It is rebuilt in 1990s as the original building was dynamited and reduced to rubble in the 1930s. It is the tallest Orthodox church in the world. Thanks raima.

This card was sent Moscow with postcode 1119?5 from on 18.11.2009. Three definitive stamps were used to send this postcard. They are 10p. Moscow Kremlin, 5.00p. Kuskovo (Кусково) and 4.00p. Pavlovsk (Павловск) stamp.