This definitive non-denominated stamp from the Czech Republic features timber-frame houses. Z indicates the international rate. I have no idea why the letter Z was chosen. A is used for domestic mail, and E for European destinations.
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A,E or Z, A for national ,E for Europe and Z for internationalReplyDelete
I wonder if there are any other letters used.Delete
It's slightly different in Spain:ReplyDelete
-A for National;
-B for European;
-C for "Rest of the World".
It seems a stamp ready to be coloured with pencils... :)
colouring was my first thought, too!Delete
It is a fairly small stamp, so wouldn't take too long to color in.Delete
I suppose one could say it travels from A to Z. The letter certainly fits rather nicely with the architectural design.ReplyDelete
I like that expression to explain the letters.Delete
I guess that these impressive houses are made of wood.ReplyDelete
Yes, they are timber framed.Delete