Sunday Stamps – Oceans, fish & Sea Related…

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Welcome, to the latest Sunday Stamps posting.

I had fun this week looking through my collection seeing what I had to fit the collection. Here are a few favourites.

I especially like the Antarctic stamp, which I had forgotten I had. Apologies, it seems to be slightly blurred!

I love the Australia set produced celebrating the First Fleet and the UK fish set.

Submitted as Sunday Stamps hosted by Viridian’s Postcard Blog

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8 Responses to Sunday Stamps – Oceans, fish & Sea Related…

  1. Bob Scotney says:

    The pike stamp is the one for me – a great design.

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  2. Ana says:

    a great variety of stamps at one place…but my absolute favourite is the First Fleet one (left bottom corner)

    have a great Sunday!

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  3. Postcardy says:

    I think the Antarctic stamp is the most interesting. I didn't know there were stamps like that.

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  4. I agree w/ Postcardy that the Antarctic stamp is the most interesting 🙂

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  5. Anglers Rest says:

    Thanks for stopping by. Curious – the price of 6d is crossed out and replaced with 5p, probably dates the stamp circa 1971.

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  6. You have a lovely selection of stamps here.

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  7. Joy says:

    A selection of stamps that really gives a taste of the seas. I agree the First Fleet ship is a gem, and who can resist a lighthouse.

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  8. viridian says:

    Lighthouses are great! I like the AUS one too.
    I am late in commenting b/c of a huge windstorm here. I was without electricity (and no internet!) for 36 hours. thanks for participating.

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