This is the second postcard that I sent home while on vacation in London, United Kingdom two weeks ago.
It shows the Tower Bridge, one of the most famous landmarks of London.
Again, no postmark applied. All five of us took the Big Bus Hop-on Hop-off Tour around London and we passed through the bridge on 15 May 2012. I remember that while we were crossing the bridge, suddenly there was a heavy freezing rain from the sky!
Two weeks ago I was visiting London, United Kingdom. I managed to write some postcards and send them back home. Today I received two of them.
The first postcard shows a double image of firework at London Eye. The postcard was damaged a bit by water, and the scanner is not able to capture the double image of the postcard.
No postmark applied to the stamp. All five of us was on London Eye on the evening of 10 May 2012.
This is the front of the cover. The postmark date is 21 May 2012.
This is the back of the cover.
Inside is a commemorative souvenir sheet on the Lunar Year of the Dragon. Thank you Irene!
Agatha affixed two 2012 Europa stamps issued by Croation Post. These are my first Europa stamps! The postmark date is 18 May 2012 and the location is Murter, Croatia.
Inside is a Moroccan postcard. Thank you Agatha!
This is the second Titanic cover from Fabio Bonacina from Ireland.
The folowing explanations are from An Post website:
Two 82c stamps show Captain Edward J. Smith against an image of passengers at the Titanic stern and the ‘Unsinkable’ Molly Brown (neé Tobin), with the ship’s magnificent staircase in the background.
Today I received two covers from Fabio Bonacina from Ireland. Both covers are affixed with two Titanic stamps issued by An Post.
On the first cover, Fabio affixed two Titanic stamps. The following explanations are taken from An Post website:
Two 55c stamps show Thomas Andrews, shipbuilder in charge of Titanic plans, with the ship under construction in Belfast in the background and famous Irish photographer Father Browne who travelled aboard the Titanic from Southampton to Cork, with the Titanic at anchor off Cobh.
Today I received a thank you card from postcrosser nisnoopy3 from Malaysia.
It shows a wading pool in front of the famous Kuala Lumpur Twin Tower.
A 50 cent stamp is used and there is no postmark applied. Thank you very much nisnoopy3!
17 covers and one postcard to the drop box today:
Covers: Argentina, Australia, China, Croatia (2x), France (2x), Germany, Honduras, Malaysia (2x), Singapore, South Korea, Thailand, United Arab Emirates, and USA (2x).
A cover from the State of Kedah in Malaysia! This one is from Kow Siew Lan.
Siew Lan affixed three commemorative stamps on traditional wedding costumes and one 30 cent definitive stamp to make up the postage rate. The postmark date is 14 May 2012 and the location is Pusat Mel Sungai Petani, Kedah. It seems that there is another cancel by Canada Post!!
Inside is a postcard from Bali, Indonesia!
Siew Lan also sent some Malaysian stamps.
First is a set of three commemorative stamps on the submarine KD Tunku Abdul Rahman of Malaysian Royal Navy.
Next is a sheet of four stamps that commemorate four UNESCO World Heritage sites in Malaysia. Thank you very much Siew Lan!