GEOGRAPHIC PHILATELY | Covers & Postcards Worldwide

Covers and postcards sent to my address from different countries of the world.

Canada (2014)



Excellent cover from Canada sent by Mrs Grace Peters. Not often seen such a perfect cancellation from Canada. Thank you very much!


Filed under: Canada, CCCC, COUNTRIES

Sierra Leone (2013)

A truly exceptional mail arrived recently. Receiving cover from Sierra Leone is almost a miracle and I am happy to receive as such a great regular cover!


However, inside was another surprise — cover prepared by myself but with extraordinarily superb cancelation!


This was received with excellent work and great help of Mr. Samuel, a director of Postal Operations. Thanks a million Mr. Samuel! :).

Filed under: COUNTRIES, Nature, Registered letter, Sierra Leone

Peru (2013)

Peru_ccccGreat cover received via CCCC.


Filed under: CCCC, COUNTRIES, FDC, Peru

Czechia (2013) Inauguration of the President Zeman



The inauguration of the President Miloš Zeman was commemorated by pictorial postmark. Unfortunately, there was no stamp with the new president by that time. I can’t stop wondering about why is the Czech Post always so outdated and “out of time” :).

Filed under: COUNTRIES, Czechia, National symbols

Hi, my name is Radim, born in a year of Dragon, interested in Botany and loving flags on stamps :). I am collecting nice covers and postcards thaít are addressed to me. And because I love travelling and it is impossible to see all the nice places of the world, I therefore wish to receive covers or/and postcards from as many countries as possible. Just to "touch" the distant places virtually :-).
I will deeply appreciate if you can help me with cover from any of worldwide country. I miss 10(11) countries (+ 2-3 distinct territories) in my collection, but I will appreciate any nice cover from any country sent to my address :)



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