Few days ago, I received two covers from a fellow collector from Slovenia. He visited Prirodoslovni muzej Slovenije (Natural science museum of Slovenia) in Ljubljana, with his family and bought it for me. I was expecting to receive FDC covers, but only uncanceled was available at museum's store. I add another, yellow, personalized stamp of the mammoth issued by philatelic society in Kamnik in end of March 2013 on it. The first cover sent to me fellow back, he suppose to add some more stamps there, then send it to me from Ljubljana back. The second one, with an image shows fossil-found place at Nevlje near Kamnik town. Just wonder if anybody who can send me this cover from Kamnik/Nevlje is here ?
found two people who an help me. Cover from the first arrived yesterday. Bit pity it is sent from a small village Mirna and not from Ljubljana, but looks very nice to me:
I just found the following article while looking for something else, because Google is celebrating the 200th birthday of Mary Anning - and I thought it would be interesting for this thread. I hope the picture of the stamp comes through okay, as it is rather lovely!
Post by paleophilatelist on May 24, 2014 15:29:01 GMT -5
Amazing cover came to my mailbox today, actually this an FDC issued on 14.04.2014, but mailed on 21.05.2014. There are two questions about: for how long time FDC is valid in Canada and what are meaning of 3806 M41 1A5 number on machine cancellation on the second post mark row ?
Readers of this thread might find my new thread called "What`s under the earth?" interesting. It`s about some 10,000 year old shells found in my front yard! Not exactly philately, but interesting anyway!
Collecting Australia, New Zealand, Channel Islands, Canada, U.S., St-Pierre et Miquelon, Faroe Islands Topical - Seahorses, Paleophilately, Machins (limited), kingfishers, trees, horoscope & zodiac, O`Higgins (Chile), Lake Baikal.
Post by paleophilatelist on Nov 17, 2014 17:12:42 GMT -5
"For the first time, from 24 to 26 October, the mounted original skeleton of a Tyrannosaurus rex was on display in Europe. The fully-grown and exceptionally well-preserved exemplar of this predatory dinosaur, for which scientific research has not been fully completed yet, was the highlight of this year’s Munich Show – Mineralientage München. Three days long, scientists and visitors can admire the King of the dinosaurs at the Munich Trade Fair Center......"
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