Saturday, April 21, 2012

Sunday Stamps #67

It's week #67!  And the theme is anything you wish.
I have for you a stamp that was hiding in my desk drawer, with the stamp of English roses that I shared a few weeks ago.

From a while ago, when first class postage was 34 cents.  These are pronghorn antelope and in the background are bison or buffalo.  I think this was part of a series of stamps depicting life of the Great Plains of the USA.

A question for participants:  Would it be more interesting to have a linky list that shows a thumbnail?  You could choose the image that would be the thumbnail - say your avatar, or the stamp you are sharing.  Linky tools can do this.

Theme next week: Stamps on stamps, stamps celebrating stamp collecting, stamp designers or the postal services in general.  Or stamps that show a post box.  It's OK to share a stamp that you showed us some time before.  Interpret broadly, or don't follow the theme at all.  What stamp showed up in your mailbox recently?

Viridian

10 comments:

Aimee Dars said...

What a gorgeous stamp!

Postcardy said...

I am happy not having thumbnails.

Sreisaat said...

That's a nice stamp. Wildlife and animals is one stamp theme that I am interested in, too. Happy Sunday!


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Helen said...

Cute stamp that you have chosen this week! I think thumbnails could perhaps be a nice addition to the list.

Unknown Mami said...

I find that stamp adorable. I like the thumbnail linkies and use them myself.

Bob Scotney said...

Any link that works will do for me.

I like animal stamps like this. Sorry I missed last week will be back later today.

We don't get stamps with our mail anymore - unless it's Birthday or Christmas mail.

Joy said...

An idyllic scene. Whatever takes your fancy for the link plain or thumbnail.

Sheila @ A Postcard a Day said...

I really like the style of the stamp, almost like a children's book illustration.

I don't feel very strongly about thumbnails, one way or the other. How much does it complicate adding a link if you do have them?

VioletSky said...

such a nice bucolic scene!

I rather like not having thumbnails - then every link is a big surprise!
but since I also like to return to read all the other comments, it sometimes makes it easier to remember who I have been to.

Danielle said...

I don't remember those but it's quite nice. If you wait long enough with stamps--you can often use them again later on postcards it seems! :)

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