Cover from India. Stamps were issued in 1st.Aug.2010 and these two stadiums was constructed to host 9th Asian Games in 1982. Thank you, sauj.
Cover from Croatia. This mini-sheet presents the largest Adriatic island Cres, are Lubenice, an ancient mountain village with a great view of the sea and neighboring islands. Medieval fortress, which rises on top of a cliff 378 meters high, is the jewel of Croatia's rural architecture.
Thank you, Tomislav.
Thank you, Tomislav.
Cover from Czech. The stamp presents the graphic version of Alfons Mucha's poster Zodiac. There are some information from Czech Post official website: The first stamp, with a portrait called Gismonda, is identified with the letter E, i.e. it can be used in the European service. The other stamp, with the world famous Mucha's painting of Zodiac, is identified with the letter Z. It can be used in the overseas service (non-European countries), with priority International Ordinary Item up to 20g. Each booklet contains six stamps. The price of a booklet with E- and Z-stamps is CZK 102 or 108, respectively. Each stamp can be used separately or, like stamps identified with a value, several stamps identified with a letter can be combined together to pay the price of postage in domestic or international service. The price of letter Z=18CZK, E=17CZK and A=10CZK. Thank you, Martin.
Cover from New Caledonia. The stamp on left was to commemorate the Va'a World Championships that been held from 25 to 29 May 2010 in New Caledonia. Thank you, Jean Pierre.
Cover from Japan. The 80 Yen stamp presents the Baba's house in Matsumoto. This important structure, built at the end of the Edo Period, was the home of a wealthy farming family descended from samurai. The main residence, which was built in the typical Matsumoto area style of folk architecture, and the beautiful small garden have been preserved for display to the public. Not only the building itself, but also all of its natural surroundings have been designated as Important Cultural Property. Thank you, Minoru.
FDC from Indonesia. 17.08.2010 was the day of the 65th anniversary of Indonesia's Independence Day. POS Indonesia issued two stamps and a miniature sheet to commemorate this specail day. Thank you, Hidayat.
Cover from Thailand affixed completed set of "25th Asian International Stamp Exhibition" commemorative stamps. This set was issued in 25.Feb.2010. and illustrating the paintings which won the prizes in the BANGKOK 2010 25th Asian International Stamp Exhibition Commemorative Stamp painting competition, under the theme of “Fantasy World”. Thank you, Chakorn.
Cover from India. The mini-sheet was issued in 13.Dec.2006 that depicts a beautiful woodcarving of sandalwood. Sandalwood is the most commonly used incense material by the Chines and Japanese in worship and various ceremonies. Thank you, Dr. P.G.K.