Il y a de nombreux pays où les timbres sont superposés et collés de cette manière ,c'est dommage car on n'a pas la possibilité de bien les observer .
No, and I am not sure it would be legally acceptable postage here, as the stamps underneath will most likely be considered already cancelled.
I think it would be the same in Spain. But maybe it would arrive anyway, if you sent a personal letter or postcard like this, I don't know.
Not I, but I have seen that many times so I think it must be acceptable by some postal services.
I think I've sent it on mail from three countries: Russia, the Netherlands and Morocco.
I think Dutch PostNL wouldn't accept this either, as - like FinnBadger already said - the PostNL postage-check-person cannot see whether the stamps underneath have been cancelled or not.I've seen this happening only with mal from Russia, in my case because many stamps had to fit in a space big enough for just one third of the stamps used.But on your card it seems there was enough space for the three?!
But Dutch Post does it! Or, at least, it did. Look at these stamps. And it post the postal worker who stuck them (maybe because my friend hadn't left room enough for them).
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