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January 16, 2009

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magpie

how lovely and timely to have come upon the lwa! just yesterday i posted the charles and ray eames stamp sheet on my blog and uncovered my stash of commemorative sheets and scanned them all intending to post them.

i came her via behind the curtain and found myself there after noticing "Burns and Allen" under the blog name on the blogroll at
http://hannepiasecki.blogspot.com...

god i love the internet. if only i didn't have this stupid full time job...

i'll sneak back when i can...shhhh.

magpie

Carla

Interesting post. When I was younger, the only "message" we knew about was that an upside down stamp meant "I love you." But, I find that very few people have ever heard of that now.

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danial

good blog

Ron Columbine

I have recently aquired a bundle of Letters from one gent to his lady,
and all have the stamps at various angles,,
so I found this site to be of great use,to I.D. the Secrets being sent,

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