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DefenDerium 17h
1861 French experimental perforation on cover Paris to Boulogne-sur-Mer with Napoleon 20c blue , perforation Susse. Susse brothers were papermakers in Paris.
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ArtActivistBarbie 12h
Let’s look at a 1993 First Day Cover of ‘Art in the 20th Century’. It’s charming. All male artists, of course. , what’s not to like? offering the patriarchal art world in miniature! .
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Mahesh Parekh 8h
Father of Indian developed stable Mercuros Nitrate in 1896 for of largest manufacturer (Courtesy Ramu)
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mani muthukrishnan 19h
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Haiti Philatelic Society Apr 7
Toussaint Louverture, leader of the Haitian 🇭🇹 Revolution, died in the Fort-de-Joux prison (France) 🇫🇷 217 years ago on April 7, 1803. The last to be issued by the Postal Service were issued in 2003, for the 200th anniversary of his death.
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Epsom&EwellPS 1h
Our latest on-line display to help all collectors pass even more time looking at stamps. This time we have polar bears! Please retweet!
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DefenDerium Apr 4
Before , we shook hands ... when we tell you that tell you History...
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Philatelovely. John Simper. 7h
Hello 😁, I hope everyone is safe and well and enjoying your Thurs'd'ay. Today's "D" theme is.... Dogs 👍🏼 Don't forget to share your Dog stamps too.
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stampio 8h
April 9 in stamps 1682 – Robert Cavelier de La Salle discovers the mouth of the Mississippi River 1835 Born: Leopold II of Belgium 1865 Born: Charles Proteus Steinmetz, Polish-American mathematician and engineer 1961 Died: Zog I of Albania
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American Philatelic Society Apr 8
Today’s Live Zoom Stamp Chat 💭 @ 3 PM EDT: Stamps in the Classroom-Inspiring Future Collectors w/Laura Spurway. ▶️ for log in.
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American Philatelic Society 11h
🚨 1st of 2 Stamp Chats Today: Live Zoom @ 3 PM EDT- Dr. Cathy Brachbill of the APS provides a lesson in understanding and using Classroom C3A. Go to ➡️ for log in. 👀 you there!
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American Philatelic Society 4h
Tonight 7 PM EDT join us for another Live Zoom; Town Hall Meeting w Scott English, APS Executive Director. He’ll address the current state of affairs as they pertain to the APS as well as address your inquiries. ➡️ for log-in.
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stampio Apr 2
April 2nd in stamps 1805 Born: Hans Christian Andersen, Danish novelist, short story writer, and poet 1840 Born: Émile Zola, French novelist, playwright, journalist 1891 Born: Max Ernst, German painter, sculptor, and poet
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CCN & CSN 6h
Ottawa's , whose Ottawa offices remain closed due to COVID-19, recently postponed its upcoming sale originally scheduled for late May.
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DefenDerium Apr 3
According to my father, Fausto Coppi was the greatest cyclist legend ever.
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Jim Rupert 3h
.. a corner plate block of four 6-cent 1968 Leif Erikson stamps. Honored as the 11th Century whose bold voyage brought him to the New World nearly 500 years before
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Barbados Stamps Apr 8
As my series of old Barbados postcards has come to an end I thought I'd carry on just sharing images of some other Barbados items. Like this classic Britannia stamp from 1875, this is SG65 ½d Deep Green and wonderfully centred which is unusual on this issue.
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Brian Grant Duff Apr 7
Canada VFNH 1967 2c Centennial Precancel Block $180.+ (4) Lot 76 in our auction Saturday 11th April 2020
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Peter Apr 7
My Sacred Cow 2a Emerald. This is from Setting 3 (BCAD): an early issue (Sept 1916) with Type A inscription, showing only the first two cliche A flaws. This was the first setting to actually use a "Type A" inscription. Settings 1 & 2 had been "Type B".
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T Glennane Apr 5
The imminent demise of Debenhams is sad.
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