Sunday, January 4, 2015

Russian New Year Stamps



This is a square (5-3/4" or 14.5cm) postcard showing a collage of Russian New Year stamps. It was printed in Russia in 2013. I received this postcard from Postcrossing earlier this year.

The stamp on the back is one of the set of twelve 2009 Kremlin stamps. This one is the Ryazan Kremlin.




This is a post for Sunday Stamps at

See it on a Postcard


6 comments:

  1. I got sidetracked from the stamp(s) by researching all the kremlins - I never knew there were so many.Great card and stamp.

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    1. I didn't know there were many Kremlins either.

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  2. I would have loved to get one of those triangular Xmas tree stamps! Delightful collage!

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  3. I didn't know those were New Year Stamps. I need to brush up on some Russian phrases!

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  4. Stamps make lovely postcards, I had no idea about the Kremlins either, thanks for the link.

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  5. That is a wonderfully festive postcard. I've received nine of the Kremlins but the others are proving elusive.

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