Aerogrammes of Nepal – 1982.

Aerogrammes of Nepal – 1982.

A Rupees 2.50 Aerogramme of Nepal featuring a mountain and issued in 1982.

NEPAL AEROGRAMME
NEPAL AEROGRAMME 1982
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Inland Letter Sheets of  Bhutan – 1998.

Inland Letter Sheets of  Bhutan – 1998.

Bhutan has issued the first Inland letter sheets similar to an aerogramme in Dec 1998. Another one was also issued in Dec 1998. It had the following features

  • It was a 3 Nu denomination InlandLetter Sheet.
  • The stamp design was the 3 Nu postage stamp issued in Oct 1992 to mark 30 Years of Bhutan Post.
  • It features a Postal runner approaching a village.
  • Overprinted on top centre with the logo “FREE POST CAMPAIGN 11-17 DECEMBER 1998”
  • The bottom portion shows a view of Paro Dzong.

BHUTAN INLAND LETTER SHEET

BHUTAN INLAND LETTER SHEET

 

Aerogrammes of Bahrain – 1994.

Aerogrammes of Bahrain – 1994.

A  125 Fils Aerogramme was issued by Bahrain in 1994. The aerogramme rate was possibly reduced to 100 fils later but maybe by mistake this 25 Fils stamp was affixed.Used aerogrammes of such type do exist.

BAHRAIN AEROGRAMME
BAHRAIN 1994 – AEROGRAMMES.

Registered Envelopes – Great Britain 1962.

Registered Envelopes – Great Britain 1962.

A  registered envelope of Great Britain used from Southampton to Canberra (Australia). It was sent by Stanley Gibbons and a Five Shillings stamp has been used.

GB REGD LETTER
GREAT BRITAIN 1962 -REGISTERED LETTER
GB REGD LETTER CANBERRA
GB REGD LETTER CANBERRA

ATM Labels Belgium – Definitive Issue -1984

ATM Labels Belgium – Definitive Issue -1984

ATM labels of Belgium featuring the Definitive issue were issued on 29 Oct 1984.  First issue Postcards are listed. Postcards feature the ATM vending machine.

BELGIUM ATM MC1
BELGIUM ATM 1984- DEFINITIVE ISSUE 10.00 FRANC
BELGIUM ATM MC2
BELGIUM ATM 1984 – DEFINITIVE ISSUE 12.00 FRANC
BELGIUM ATM MC3
BELGIUM ATM 1984- DEFINITIVE ISSUE 22.00 FRANC

66th Anniversary of Conquest of Mount Everest – Concern on Deaths due to overcrowding and Garbage Dumping.

66th Anniversary of Conquest of Mount Everest – Concern on Deaths due to overcrowding and Garbage Dumping.

 

NEPAL PC SJ MT EVEREST 78
NEPAL POSTCARD – SILVER JUBILEE CONQUEST OF MOUNT EVEREST 29 MAY 1953-29 MAY 1978- 29 MAY 2019

The World’s highest mountain peak Mount Everest was first successfully climbed on 29 May 1953 by two legendary climbers Edmund Hillary of New Zealand and Tenzing Norgay of Nepal.

Today we celebrate the 66th Anniversary of the historic conquest. A large number of Climbers have scaled the Mount Everest since then and established various records. However, 2019 has seen 11 deaths taking place on Mount Everest due to overcrowding and traffic jams. We offer our condolences and prayers for those who have lost their lives and wish such deaths do not ever take place again.

The overcrowding has also resulted in large scale dumping of garbage on the Everest route. One of the most beautiful places on earth is also facing the fury of human exploitation and garbage dumping. We are disrespecting nature -which is a grave cause for concern.

Registered Letter Cover -Postal Stationery Nepal.

Registered Letter Cover -Postal Stationery Nepal.

A REgistered letter issued by Nepal. The sale price is Rupees 4.5 (Registration R4 + Postage 50P). The stamp insignia features a flower. Its standard Cat no is M249.

NEPAL REGD COVER
NEPAL REGD LETTER COVER