Iceland Postal Stationery

Post Cards were first placed on sale at Reykjavik, Iceland, in December 1879 supplemented by the Letter Cards and Print Cards; all of which were discontinued in 1941.These cards did not meet with great popularity and were used primarily for…...

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Iceland Glacial Post Office

Illustrations courtesy of Brian Flack The vast glacial dessert of Vatnajokull, in south-eastern Iceland. is just a barren area dividing regions where there is life and movement. Not a living thing can be seen or heard; everything is inanimate, frozen,…...

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Iceland Parlamentary 1930 Stamp the Story

THE STORY BEHIND THE STAMP DESIGN By D. W. Summerfield Originally Published in June 1956 The Corner Designs of the Icelandic :Parliamentary Millenary Issue. of 1930. Facit: No.189-193.Scott No. C 4/8. Gibbons 237 241. By D. W. Summerfield The peculiar…...

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