They destroyed my stamps

Wow, thank you so much! No wonder I found nothing seeking princess Margaret… It was princess Mary all along! That is a nice stamp, though.

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I received today this. I have never received a card that has lost its stamps before. :pleading_face:

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Recieved today.

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Today’s atrocity

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Initially thought it was marker pen cancelled, but recieved a Parcel cancellation on today’s letter.

@yudi interesting video, thank you for sharing, RM and USPS got featured quite alot there :unamused:
I’m starting to embrace some pen-cancelled stamps as per the blogger in the video.

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If only there was some sort of ink rubber stamp to cancel the stamps more easily… :sweat_smile:

Actually, just got at the end of the video. It seems like pen cancellation has a fair point to prevent reuse. Understandable… but… ugh… :frowning:

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Oh no :face_with_thermometer:

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This bear and I share the same emotion.

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Thanks Yudi - Fascinating video - I learned a lot!

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Postmark just left the conversation.

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Now I can say the same :smile:

The local post put a sticker on the stamp…

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Look! I found a relative of your card.

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What are those stickers that distroyed the stamps for??

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Is it registered mail? Why using stamps and barcode?

And I got BOTH! :scream::woman_facepalming: And a good old pen cancel too :joy:


Edited to add: this is the stamp I missed out on…

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I don’t understand.
It’s a card from Lithuania to you in UK. Why is there a barcode from Germany?

I think Lithuanian post travels first to Germany before plane to UK, so I got extra stickers :joy:

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This is incoming mail to you, right?
Lithuanian Post also put sticker on incoming mail? Not only outgoing mail?

I’ve sent this card recently to a foreign friend and this is how it was arrived. It was a shock for both of us. :cry:

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