Sunday Stamps – Europe

Welcome, to the latest Sunday Stamps posting.

I missed last week, the weekend seemed to arrive and leave with speed and before I knew it Sunday had gone! For this week I was able to rummage through my envelope of stamps still attached to envelopes and the albums. There are a few pictures this week –

From Germany

 From Italy

From Belguim

From The Netherlands

From Spain.

The first row shows stamps before Spain entered the Eurozone.

From Finland

From Italy
This one is a favourite!

From the Republic of Ireland or Eire

From Romania

Lastly, From Austria

Submitted as Sunday Stamps hosted by Viridian’s Postcard Blog

About Julie Goucher

Genealogist, Author, Presenter, native Guildfordian, Pharos Tutor, lover of Books & History, Surnames, European Ancestors, Butcher & Orlando One-Name Studies, avid note taker and journal writer.
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6 Responses to Sunday Stamps – Europe

  1. You have a lovely selection here. I particularly like the Italian Christmas tree.

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  2. viridian says:

    I remember those Italian Castles!
    Thank you for participating in Sunday stamps. 14 entries this week!
    I am now finally getting around to commenting – I was away at a professional conference and did not have access to internet.

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  3. Ana says:

    there is a Madagascar stamp issued? LOVELY!! I just LOVE that movie and it is so nice to see it featured on a stamp!

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  4. Postcardy says:

    I like the Italian Christmas tree.

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  5. Dorincard says:

    Nice! I like the triceratops! 🙂

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  6. Lisa B says:

    Great tour of Europe!

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