This Deutches Reich 1 Million Mark Stamp from Germany was issued in October of 1923. This time period was devastating for the German economy, and the German people. The value of the German mark was decreasing almost every day, and consumer prices were skyrocketing. New stamps had to be released just about every month to keep up with this hyperinflation! (Postage rates listed in the comments) by December of 1923, a domestic letter cost 50,000,000,000 to mail!
Who's ready for the government shutdown and the delay on getting your new suppressor to be over? 🙋
تصوير بالا : پاکت تمبر مشترک تایلند - لائوس
تصویر پایین : پاکت تمبر مشترک لائوس - تایلند
این تمبرها در سال 2011 به مناسبت شصتمين سالگرد روابط دیپلماتیک دو کشور چاپ شدند.
تهیه این پاکتها از خارج کار بسيار سختی است. اگر یک پاکت را داشته باشید، پیدا کردن پاکت دوم از کشور بعدی ممکن است سالها طول بکشد.
From Russia 🇷🇺 You can use an app and see the girl in the stamp dancing. ♥️
Make sure you bring waterproof clothing..
This Stamp from Hungary was issued on June first, 1939. It features St. Stephen - the Patron Saint of Hungary, who is regarded as the protector of King’s, Masons, and children suffering from severe illnesses. Part of a Church in Hungary series, this Stamp is very common.
This Six-Years Plan stamp issued in 1951 from Communist Poland translates to “March, get to worked in the name of the Six-Years Plan!” .. the Six Year Plan was the second centralized plan of the People’s Republic of Poland (after the three year plan 1947-1949) which focused on increasing the heavy industry sector. The Six Year Plan was designed to bring the economy of Poland in line with the Soviet economy, concentrated on heavy industrialization. Modified several times, the Six Year Plan was never completed. The Polish society paid heavily for quick industrialization. Living standards were reduced, while other fields of the Polish economy (such as the food industry) remained underdeveloped.
This 20 Helvetia Stamp is a Swiss Stamp produced in 1949. A cool fact about this particular stamp... there were actually 3 versions created! The Type I stamp of this type is one of the most rare Swiss Stamps in the 20th century! This is due to a misprint with the original engraving, where the dye was too lightly engraved, causing printing difficulties and the loss of fine details (not shown here).. the re-engraving was completed before the new stamps were issued, and the Type II Stamp shown here was released on August 1, 1949. It is estimated that 1.5 Billion Stamps of Type II were produced (compared to only 900,000 of Type I!)
Seasonal mailbox card
2019 Winter ver.
It is so calming to organise my stamps. Just wish it wouldn’t be such a hot summers day. Trying to avoid the sweat drip danger :P
The lion dance is a traditional Chinese dance performed during the Chinese New Year for good luck, as it is believed that the lion 🦁 is an auspicious animal. I always enjoy the lion dance! 👏🏻#liondance #liondancestamp
New seasonal & limited mailbox cards released today.
I’m so surprised that these Sanrio ones (on the left are very thin. I totally lost interest in getting them.
The winter one is just fine 😊
Portuguese food stamps ♥️