Sunday, 18 December 2016

Secular Christmas - Sunday Stamps II

The Christmas cards we have received so far this year have produced only one 'secular' stamp and none on a religious theme. Thank goodness then for Denmark's

Christmas seal
For the USA I have had to go back to 2007 for these - 

Our one and only Christmas stamp from Great Britain has been the second class snowman.

With that I wish you all a Happy Christmas time.

For more secular stamps check out what others have presented this week at Sunday-Stamps-II


Hilary Melton-Butcher said...

Hi Bob - our Robin is the best of that lot ... have a lovely Christmas and year end, then all the very best for 2017 ... cheers Hilary

Eva A. said...

One think I love about Christmas stamps is that sometimes they depict knitting works. My country never issues such designs!

VioletSky said...

Oh, those 'sweater' stamps are wonderful!
reminds me of mother's Christmas knitting
And getting a stamp from Denmark is always a treat (I know their postage is expensive - most of the Postcrossing cards I've gotten from there have been mailed in Germany where it is much cheaper)

FinnBadger said...

Nice selection; I love that Danish stamp.

Joy said...

No Christmas is complete without a robin on a stamp, hurray for Denmark. I like craft stamps, I wonder who knitted them, objects not stamps, although maybe it's only a matter of time.

Jo said...

I have a few for you that I am saving. A couple from the US which are secular I think and some more expensive UK stamps. I love that robin. I kind of miss the English robin.

Maria said...

Those cross-stitched Christmas symbols stamps are very nice!