During the 1920’s is very rare to find Costa Rica stamps used in correspondence to Africa. Recently came to my hands one of those extremely rare piece of Costa Rica stamps’ postal history from the 1920’s. A beautiful postcard depicting passengers getting into a train to depart from Limón to San José. That’s nice, but … Read more Costa Rica Stamps: Unique Jesús Jiménez Issue Usage To Algeria
Download CRRPS’s philatelic magazine Timbre Vol. 37 for free. Edited by Alvaro Castro (most articles are in Spanish), this issue contains great articles: Colecciones aceptadas para Thailandia 2018 (Accepted Collections For Thailand 2018). Próximas Exposiciones (Future Expositions). El Pez Vela de 1937 (1937’s Sailfish). Vuelos desde Honduras y hacia ella (Flights from and to Honduras) … Read more Download CRRPS’s Philatelic Magazine Timbre For Free
It has happened to us all: when you think you know it all, something appears and hits you with the awful truth: you know nothing! That happened to me the first time I saw this Museo Nacional Postal Card. Let’s start by first describing it: This postal card’s design is very basic. It has Costa … Read more Costa Rica Stamps: Museo Nacional Postal Card
Are you that kind of philatelic enthusiast that likes to surf the web looking for pics of stamps from time to time? Well, here I am to help you! I know that looking at stamps can be hypnotizing. I know that once you start, you’ll leave your computer until you saw the last one. I’ve … Read more Costa Rica: pics of stamps – lots of pictures
In 1923 an agreement between Antonio Canalias and the Costa Rica government consisted in Canalias would surcharge postcards with a coffee allegory surcharge. Paying the government for each postal card sold. There’s no need to say that these postal cards are really hard to find unused, very hard to find used and extremely hard to … Read more Uprated Canalias postal card: a real gem!