Sunday, 2 October 2011

Sunday Stamps - Europe

For this week's theme, 2 fdc's from France:
 This first one dates from 30 April 1966 and celebrates the Millenary of Mont St. Michel.

The second fdc dates from 14 Oct 1972 and is part of a series on French art, you can read about 'Le Maitre de Moulins' here on wiki.

This post is part of Viridian's Sunday Stamps, you can find this week's entries here or by clicking the icon below.
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6 comments:

  1. There's something very special about Mont St Michel. I love seeing it. French stamps can be very beautiful but they don't seem to issue new ones very often.

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  2. I knew about Mont St Michel but Le Maitre de Moulins is new to me. Both interesting stamps and thanks for the link.

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  3. I read the entry about the Master of Moulins and found it quite interesting. My knowledge of art is pretty much limited to 19th and 20th century.

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  4. Beautiful. It would have been even cooler/more rare if they were sent thru the mail, despite possible wear and tear. :)

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  5. Mont St. Michel has always impressed me as a special place. Both of these items are beautiful. Thanks for participating!

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  6. I like the Mont St. Michel stamp. Asking my friend wiki now for more info about this place ;-)

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