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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 jpstampcollector@gmail.com 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.

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Saturday, November 6, 2010

#6 Cover and Postcard - Australia (2010-09-17)

A postcrosser has sent me a beautiful postcard inside an envelope. I am lucky because stamps were also included inside! Thanks so much!

On the cover, the first stamp on the front side depicts David Malouf, an acclaimed Australian writer. He was awarded the Neustadt International Prize for Literature in 2000, his 1993 novel Remembering Babylon won the International IMPAC Dublin Literary Award in 1996, he won the inaugural Australia-Asia Literary Award in 2008, and he was shortlisted for the Booker Prize. This stamp was issued last January 21, 2010 as part of the Australian Legend series.
The second stamp at the back was issued last 1981 and it depicts the work of Frederick McCubbin titled "On the Wallaby Track" - 1896.

The postcard is one of my favorites (because I am a commercial aviation, and very interested in A380). This Airbus A380 performed a certification test for wet landing. It was performed in Istres Air Force Base.

Lucky to have these stamps inside! :) An addition to my Australian stamps collection :)

1. David Malouf -  http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/David_Malouf
2. Frederick McCubbin - On the Wallaby Track - http://thematicstampcollection.blogspot.com/2010/02/frank-mccubbin-on-wallaby-track.html

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