Instead of letters, will future biographers comb through Facebook feeds, Twitter threads, email chains, and collected texts? Is there any choice?»
Pamela Paul, 100 Things We've Lost to the Internet
|Correu Reial = 'Royal Mail'|
|Buzón Real = 'Royal Postbox'|
Postcard sent by Bryon (Canada).
I have never sent stamps from the United Nations (I will try one day!). But I have received some of them. Bryon sent these recently, on the back of two postcards. They were written on 29 October, and arrived on 25 November. Not ad!
|"The books transported her into new |
worlds and introduced her to amazing
people who lived exciting lives."
From Matilda, by Roald Dahl
Illustration by Quentin Blake
|L'Édition de Luxe, 1910|
Lilian Westcott Hale
|Picture on a 1874 newspapers|
(One of Queen Victoria's sons?)
|From an illustration on|
The Illustrated London News, 1874
William Worcester Churchill
For the theme Mountains of Sunday Stamps I have chosen the British series of National Parks, issued on 14 January 2021. I have got the complete series on the back of postcards sent by John (the UK).
|Dartmoor (1951) & New Forest (2005)|
|Pembrokeshire Coast (1952) & The Broads (1989)|
|North York Moors (1951) |
Cenedlaethol Eryri/Snowdonia (1951)
|South Downs (2010) & Peak District (1951)|
|Lake District (1951) |
Loch Lomond and the Trossachs (2002)