Sunday Stamps – Oceans, fish & Sea Related…

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

About Julie Goucher

Genealogist, Author, Presenter, native Guildfordian, avid note taker and journal writer. Lover of Books, Stationery & History; Surnames, Butcher & Orlando One-Name Studies. Pharos Tutor for all One-Name Studies/surname courses as well as Researching Ancestors from Continental Europe.
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8 Responses to Sunday Stamps – Oceans, fish & Sea Related…

  1. 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.


  2. 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.


  3. You have a lovely selection of stamps here.


  4. 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.


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


  6. Postcardy says:

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


  7. 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!


  8. Bob Scotney says:

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


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