It is a philatelic collection of my blog.
I collected horse ,painting -in particular the classical paintings of women,and Japanese painting.
In addition, I have been collecting China's postmark, the Chinese New Year stamp collecting materials,I also interested in the various countries of the FDCs.
I hope my blog can bring happiness to you so that you share my enthusiasm......

23 January 2009

beautiful philatelic materials

These beautiful philatelic materials was sent to me by D.Zimmermann from Singen/Germany 2009/1/22 .Thank you, D.Zimmermann , for these nice materials!

21 January 2009

U.S.president Barack Obama stamps

Jan. 20.Barack Obama has been sworn in as the 44th president of the United States, in a historical ceremony for this country and the world, being the first afroamerican who takest this post. The official inaugural ceremonies on January 20, 2009 in Washington as about two million people braved icy temperatures and filled the National Mall, stretching from Capitol Hill to the Lincoln Memorial.Just before Obama, Joe Biden has been sworn in as the 47th vice president of the United States.

before Obama, Joe Biden

November 5, 2008 Liberia issued Barack Obama to become the 44th President of the United States stamps.

20 January 2009

rejected return

Today, I received a registered fdc returned from Japan.Registered the fdc-postmark - rejected return. 1/13/09 9:09 AM,A good thing.

Zhangzhou NewYearWoodprints

The a set Of four special stamps pictures are enmled“Lion Holding in Mouth a Sword,”“The Coming Flood of Wealth,”“Goddess Sending Children”and“Rat Marrying off Its Daughter”.

Zhangzhou New Year Woodprints, originated in Zhangzhou, Fujian Province, emerged during the Song Dynasty (960-1279), developed during the Ming (1368-1644), and reached its zenith during the Qing (1644-1911).
It adopts xylograph printing techniques and is mostly devoted to the subjects of welcoming a new year, bringing bless, exorcising evil spirits, and opera stories. Generally with black, crimson, vermilion, and light red as the bakground color, the prints feature elegant compositions and radiant hues.
Those with black backgrounds particularly represent the unique style of the art. Combining the unconstrained, magnificent style of North China's New Year pictures and the exquisiteness and grace of the southern New Year pictures, Zhangzhou New Year Woodprints used to sell well in Southeast Asia, Hong Kong and Taiwan, and produced an influence upon the evlolvenment of Taiwan's New Year pictures.