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Tina 08-18-2003 10:35 AM

Spanish Royals on Stamps
 
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Juan Carlos (ca. 1975)

Tina 08-18-2003 10:36 AM

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Juan Carlos de Borbón

Alexandria 08-19-2003 09:34 PM

Where can I get these stamps when I'm all the way in North America (Canada)? Espescially the one with the whole family.

My dad collects stamps and I know he has some in his vast collection of Queen Elizabeth and the British royals. We are a Commonwealth nation after all. But he also has a few of Queen Margrethe and King Albert. Though I believe he came across them "accidentally" in a mixed bag of stamps rather than purposefully seeking them out. And I know the stamps he has are older ones, like from the 70s (the beginning or thereabouts of their reigns) rather than more recent ones.

Tina 08-20-2003 01:08 AM

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Originally posted by Alexandria@Aug 20th, 2003 - 3:34 am
Where can I get these stamps when I'm all the way in North America (Canada)? Espescially the one with the whole family.

My dad collects stamps and I know he has some in his vast collection of Queen Elizabeth and the British royals. We are a Commonwealth nation after all. But he also has a few of Queen Margrethe and King Albert. Though I believe he came across them "accidentally" in a mixed bag of stamps rather than purposefully seeking them out. And I know the stamps he has are older ones, like from the 70s (the beginning or thereabouts of their reigns) rather than more recent ones.

ebay? ;)

xicamaluca 08-20-2003 05:35 AM

The stamps with all family were a special edicion for the 25th aniversary of reign of King Juan Carlos, they were also the last stamps to sold in pesetas. So, i belive that they are a little bit difficult to find rigth now :(


:flower: Xicamaluca

USCtrojan 08-23-2003 12:31 AM

However never give up Alexandra. EBAY kicks butt with stuff.....

Dennism 05-06-2004 07:37 PM

A stamp to honor the wedding of Crown Prince Felip and Letizia Ortiz in May of 2004.

Stamp

USCtrojan 05-06-2004 07:42 PM

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Originally posted by Dennism@May 6th, 2004 - 6:37 pm
A stamp to honor the wedding of Crown Prince Felip and Letizia Ortiz in May of 2004.

Stamp

Hey D,

I completly felt that they could have chosen a way better picture/pose for the stamp. Not the greatest photo of Felipe and Letizia. Frederik and Mary's wedding stamp looks ten times better. I guess it looks more like they are just strolling along rather than posing for the stamp....

Dennism 05-06-2004 08:57 PM

O, yes. The photo by itself is not the best but. I mean that pose and whatever. But the quality of the stamp itself is not the best. Maybe it was the photos I saw. Maybe it looks better in person.

Edward III 05-07-2004 06:18 AM

Is it possible to get the stamp of the wedding? Can someone tell me where to look for it. I would really appreciate it.

rchainho 08-28-2005 12:09 PM

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stamps taken from ebay.

isabella_ 08-29-2005 09:58 AM

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Two more stamps. (I think that first one isn't a real stamp, but anyway... here it is. ;) )

Elsa M. 08-29-2005 10:30 AM

There's already a thread dedicated to the royals on stamps, in the Chit Chat forum, where you can find more examples:
http://www.theroyalforums.com/forums...ead.php?t=4432

zarzuela 09-01-2005 09:26 PM

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I like the first one very much:

Anna_R 09-02-2005 08:15 AM

Not exactly stamps but definitely worth looking at:

http://www.royalty-postcards.com/News_Spain.htm

mapian 03-18-2007 07:33 PM

I find several links very interesting with pics of stamps.

stamps of actual SRF: Familia Real Española, Portal Fuenterrebollo
stamps of Borbon's kings: Reyes Borbones España, Portal Fuenterrebollo
stamps of Austrias: Reyes Austrias España, Portal Fuenterrebollo

emily10 01-10-2011 05:32 AM

Seals are also historical records of memorable events in the history of a country. World events are recorded for all time stamps produced by each country. In addition to a record, are also a good barometer of a country's economic conditions at the time of printing. When the seals were invented first in Britain to pay shipping, which cost about half a penny. What change in the time of a lot of money. The seals are not easily accessible to everyone because not everyone at that time could not read or write, and many gain weight a few years. So a penny is not affordable for everyone.


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