Sunday, August 12, 2018

Z is for Zebra nerite

I already showed one of the current USPS domestic postcard rate stamps under X, and when researching it I realized that another one in the group of 4 would be perfect for Z.

This stamp shows a zebra nerite, a type of snail - a perfect way to end given that letters with stamps on are now referred to as 'snail mail'.




And there we are at the end of another A to Z round of Sunday Stamps. For more Z links head over to the main site.

10 comments:

  1. Love the patterns on zebra snails, perfect for a postcard.

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    1. I like this shell set of stamps - they are a pretty foursome.

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  2. Perfect, indeed.
    Congratulations on finishing the A-Z series, despite having few time to blog!

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    1. Thanks! I'm not sure I have enough for all 26 letters in the next round, but I will give it a try.

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  3. That's a zebra I never knew about.

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  4. I read the title, and I was trying to find an actual zebra on the stamp first... that's one really cute snail :)

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  5. You did it, congratulations!!
    Love that stamp, and it is a perfect contribution for the final Z!

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