Saturday, September 24, 2011

Sunday Stamps #37


In our trip around the world, we are stopping in Africa.  Though I'll say, if I didn't have these older stamps from South Africa, I would have nothing to share!  I do have a few Postcrossing stamps from countries in the Arabian Peninsula, which I have shown before.  These show some government buildings.

Please share any stamps you have from Africa or the Arabian peninsula, and any stories you have about what or who they show.

Next week:  We continue to Europe, and we'll stay there for two weeks - I have plenty of stamps I wish to share.
Viridian

8 comments:

Postcardy said...

I have some South African stamps too.

lostforwords101 said...

I thought I was reading my blog when I was going through your entry. It echoes what I wanted to write because the South African stamps that I have (well, 2 out of 4) are also old ones.

Nevertheless, it was still an educational entry for me :) These stamps are teaching me a lot.

Joy said...

Its interesting how countries follow specific themes in stamps, I remember other sets of stamps of SA featuring government buildings.

Sheila @ A Postcard a Day said...

Mine are South Africa too! But at the last minute I've just remembered some from Egypt so I've added those too.

Lisa B said...

This week's theme was a good one for me as Egypt has been my main collecting area. I like stamps which feature buildings.

PaperSponge.com said...

Great stamps! I like the singularly toned images. I don't have any overseas stamps, but I just wanted to root for everyone posting Sunday Stamps this week and the upcoming ones.

Dorincard said...

I have MCs with buildings from Namibia (then-SWA)...:)
Your stamps are very rich in detail - the beauty of engraving stamps. :)

Aimee Dars said...

This was challenging! It makes me realize how poor my geography skills are :)

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