Thursday, 8 May 2014

Postcrossing: Stamps Collection(Germany Edition Part1)

Thursday, 8 May 2014
There is no doubt that Germany has lot of Postcrossers. Even my first postcard was sent to Germany :), so, here we go, the first part of stamps collection from this country. There's not much but worth to share, I guess. Do you know the postage rate of postcard sent from Germany to other countries? In Malaysia, all postcard send to other countries is only 50 cents while for local is only 30 cents.

From Uta(DE-2919808)

From Birgit(DE-2897104)


From Peggy(DE-3073919)

A thank you postcard from Amurtiger/Hans

From Sven(DE-2951750)





8 comments:

  1. The rate from Germany to all the 75 Cent...we have some really nice stamps but nothing against what i offen get ffrom asian countries

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    1. thank you for the info Nadine.. :)
      75 cents is almost equal to 1 USD right?

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    2. Yes, 75 cents are about 1 USD. There could be more variety for the 20, 10 or 5 cents stamps. There is always just the flower version. I like to use many different stamps :)

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    3. that's expensive for me.. :(
      50 cents in Malaysia is around 15 cents USD

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  2. Yes, it's quite expensive here in Germany :( But at least they lowered the prize. Before they lowered it to 75 Cents, it was 1 Euro for each card sent to non-European countries (65 Cents for European destinations). Card within Germany cost 45 Cents postage.

    The fox stamp is cute, isn't it? :) There's also one with a hedgehog on it. And for next year, the German Post has announced to release a wild cat and a squirrel stamp.

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    1. Glad that they lowered down the price but for me it still expensive. In Malaysia, only 50 cents or RM0.50 for international which is laround USD0.15/15 cents.

      I love the fox stamp. It's very cute.. :)

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