Here we have a selection of wonders from the large accumulation of new arrivals that now litters my work space.
First, an envelope from Mr Felter brought many stamps, cards and what-knots including a beautifully printed stamp the size of a page that really deserves to be framed rather than buried amongst my artistamp collection. I show the envelope here as it also came with a goodly selection of Leonard Cohen stamps that go to prove, once again, that the established postal authorities are hell bent on producing theier own artistamps; I call them faux-artistamps.It seems that Canada is one of the last authorities that can be relied upon to use proper cancellations.
I must follow this up with a sheet of stamps by Visual Mom Mehryl. She has sent so many interesting bits and bobs that it will take me more than a week to fully appreciate them but this sheet stood out as something that would look good on the screen:
Richard Cannard has sent one of his thought provoking cards and I received another card, unannounced but most appreciated, from RCBz - a tag with which I am unfamiliar:
Those industrious people at Circulaire 132 are on the move and they have sent me a new address along with the latest issue. Many excitements inside but here I choose to show the cover/envelope which is worth waiting for on its own account (Canada again providing sensible cancellations).