What stamps do you use on postcards/letters? Show us!


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Outgoing postcard of a bat :bat:

Outgoing Route 66 postcard:

Outgoing Harry Potter postcard:

This was just a pretty snowy mountain view postcard but I really liked this stamp combo:

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Headdress of India stamps

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Ready to fly!

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Our post dept publish new stamps almost every fortnight. So I make it a point to buy new stamps every month directly on line. Some examples are attached.


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First time using the new Dutch flower international stamps!

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I really love your cards and stamps :two_hearts:

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For a dear friend who loves flowers

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I love this Vanishing Trades set, first issued in 2013

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Maybe it’s a question to the Italian postcrossers. I’ve just recieved a postcard with a 1971 stamp. As far as I understand, it’s currency is definitely Italian lira. However, how it was accepted by the Italian Post if Italy is using Euro for more than two decades? I don’t get it

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I‘ve just heard that they also use the old Stamps in France, :fr:

They’re still valid (but they need to be converted to EUR, to see if it matches the current rates). Same for France and Belgium.

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you can still use lira, the issue there is that a L.90 is around 0.05EUR, when to Russia it should cost 1.30EUR

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Did they put only this stamp on the postcard? :rofl: