Lovely letters & postcards for Maryam

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Archive for the category “Hamburg”

#855 Postcard from Hamburg, Germany

Germany          Germany-Hamburg

A postcard from Germany, sent by postcrosser Diana of Hamburg through official postcrossing.

2013-07-21 Geramny 2a

The postcard features Pettson and Findus characters.

2013-07-21 Geramny 2b

At the back, Diana used one stamp featuring the Fehmarn Sound Bridge. The postmark date is 6 July 2013. Thanks a lot Diana!

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#761 Cover from Germany

Germany

A cover from Germany, sent by postcrosser Ulrich Beenen for Nice Cover Circuit in postcrossing forum.

2015-05-25 Germany

It’s a long cover with a window! This is my first time to receive a cover with window for my collection. On the cover, Ulrich affixed one (upper left corner block) Europa 2013 stamp and five definitive stamps. Two special cancels were applied on the cover. The cancels commemorate the anniversary of the Port of Hamburg. The postmark date is 10 May 2013. Thanks a lot Ulrich!

#719 Cover from Germany

Germany          Germany-Hamburg

A surprise cover from Germany, sent by Lars Waterstrat of Lüneburg.

2013-04-10 Germany (1)

On the cover, Lars affixed two stamps – one of them features Nefertiti Bust. The postmark date is 18 March 2013 and the location is Hamburg.

2013-04-10 Germany (2)

Inside is a beautiful postcard that shows a painting of a village in Madagascar. Thanks a lot Lars!

#575 Postcard from Hamburg, Germany

         

A postcard from Hamburg, Germany, sent by postcrosser Ralf C. for Germany to Canada Tag in postcrossing forum.

The postcard shows Magdalana’s Parlhuhner bird in Hamburg.

At the back, Ralf affixed two flower definitive stamps and one lighthouse stamp. The postmark date is 23 November 2012 and the location is Briefzentrum 20 (Hamburg Letter Center). Thank you Ralf!

#4 Postcard from Germany

         

Third postcard received through postcrossing, DE-911757.

GruBe aus Hamburg => Greetings from Hamburg.

Thank you Malte!

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