The Philippine Marine Diversity definitives of 2010. Still lacking P8 stamp, need to go to post office to buy it.
About the site
This blog is about postcards, covers and stamps received. I also included some of my favorite stamps in my collection.
Feel free to contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org if you want a cover or mint stamps exchange.
I am interested in birds / marine life / commercial aviation / military / religious theme (like Popes, Saints and Churches) / famous historical events from your country / Joint stamp issues with Philippines. Year of the Rabbit (2011), Year of the Tiger (2010), Year of the Dragon (2012)
For covers, please limit envelope size to 220mm x 140mm
My birthday is on December 31. I'd really appreciate if you can send me a letter on that day with a birthday greeting.
I am currently working in an IT company, but I can still manage to find some time to go to post office to send postcards and letters.
I like commercial aviation and I collect die cast airplanes. I also love to do travel photography and interact with different people and learn their culture.
Feel free to browse this blog site and I would appreciate if you leave any comments / remarks.
Sunday, August 29, 2010
Another beautiful postcard sent by my Cousin when she went to Europe for a vacation. Thanks Ate! This postcard shows the beautiful sights of Monte Carlo, Monaco.
The stamp used depicts a Mollusk named Mitra zonata and was issued last January 1, 2002. It is a part of flora and fauna definitives set. The special cancellation used is about the upcoming exhibition : Exhibition of paintings by Carol Burton.
The stamp used is one of the two stamps issued by Australia last 2002 for their Joint Issue with Thailand - Waterlilies. There are 2 stamps from Australia and 2 stamps from Thailand as shown in this FDC below:
Wednesday, August 25, 2010
Thank you Choonjong for this cover from South Korea.
The stamps on the cover illustrate the work of the 2 winners of International Postage Stamp Design Contest held in 2007. The one on the left is the work of Choi Mi-Yeon, a Korean national, titled "The Internet Culture that Unites the World into One" and the one on the right is the work of Daren Kaye C. Aquino from the Philippines titled "The Internet Culture that Brightens Up the Future."
Inside is a leaflet containing information on the stamp released last June 25, 2010 to commemorate the 60th anniversary of Korean War.