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Sunday, 11 March 2018

Sunday Stamps II - A-Z (2) 'D' - Dancers, Douglas and Old Toys

I looked for a stamp for Mothers' Day but only had one from Dubai commemorating Arabs Mothers Day. That is on the 21 March this year so I went for Greek dancers instead.

Greece - 2 January 2002
Now I just have to find out what dances are depicted.

I have never been to the Isle of Man or walked down - 

Douglas Promenade - IOM - 5 July 1973
Hidden away amongst the toys from Sweden I found this - 
Old Doll - Sweden - 14 November 1978
We still have two of my daughter's old dolls but their home made clothes are not as elegant as this.

To see what other 'D' related stamps have been chosen this week check out what's on offer at Sunday-stamps-d.

6 comments:

Joy said...

I went dancing this week too, I always enjoy the rows of Greek dancers.

Ana said...

the Douglas promenade - that one is a nice spot on for letter D!

Eva A. said...

The Greek stamps would be favourites to me. I was in Greece last summer, and had the chance to learn a bit about some (easy!) traditional dances.

FinnBadger said...

A fun trip around Europe with all the Ds this week.

violet s said...

Old dolls often look like they are too delicate to play with.

Pat Tillett said...

Hi Bob! I'm amazed that there are so many subjects covered by stamps.
I love the history displayed on them. Heck, some of them are historical in their own right.