Sunday Stamps – Brasil

Welcome, to the latest Sunday Stamps posting.

As I said last week, I wasn’t overly hopeful that I had any stamps suitable for following the theme for this week. I looked through my collection, and did not hit jackpot! –  I recall giving my non UK stamps to a friend when I was about 10 or so!

So, I was about to resort to finding something that perhaps might fit in with next week’s theme early when I remembered that I had an envelope of stamps to send off to the stamp bank. So I opened the envelope and there I did strike it lucky with two stamps from Brasil.

Submitted as Sunday Stamps hosted by Viridian’s Postcard Blog

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7 Responses to Sunday Stamps – Brasil

  1. Well, there you go! Two interesting stamps I've never seen before. The stamp bank?

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  2. Anglers Rest says:

    Thanks for stopping by. I save postage stamps and send them to a charity who I guess can sell them on for funds for the charity.

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  3. Joy says:

    Definitely “hit the jackpot” with these two, a great pairing of stamps, I'm intrigued by the top one.

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  4. Lisa B says:

    A lucky find! I really like the first one.

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  5. viridian says:

    I'm intrigued by the top one too. perhaps he is a historian of Brazil? Thanks for participating!

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  6. Postcardy says:

    I don't have much from most countries either. Although I do have my old stamp album, I try to do posts that include postcards.

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  7. Bob Scotney says:

    Two fine stamps, especially the first. I put stamps I receive in an envelope too but only clear it out about once a year. This was a great find for you.

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