IT'S NOT JUST A HOBBY


Wednesday, November 26, 2008

Malaysia - State Emblems 2007




Date of Issue: 25 September 2007
Primary theme: Coats of Arms
Subject: State Emblems (Jata Malaysia)
Width: 25.00 mm
Height: 30.00 mm
Denomination: 0.50 Malaysia Ringgit
Perforations: 13.5 by 13.5
Stamp issuing authority: POS Malaysia
Printer: Percetakan Keselamatan Nasional Sdn Bhd

Malaysia Ringgit 0.50 - Malaysia Coat of Arms
Malaysia Ringgit 0.50 - Negeri Kedah
Malaysia Ringgit 0.50 - Negeri Sembilan
Malaysia Ringgit 0.50 - Negeri Pahang
Malaysia Ringgit 0.50 - Negeri Kelantan
Malaysia Ringgit 0.50 - Negeri Johor
Malaysia Ringgit 0.50 - Negeri Perak
Malaysia Ringgit 0.50 - Negeri Perlis
Malaysia Ringgit 0.50 - Negeri Selangor
Malaysia Ringgit 0.50 - Negeri Terengganu
Malaysia Ringgit 0.50 - Negeri Sarawak
Malaysia Ringgit 0.50 - Negeri Pulau Pinang
Malaysia Ringgit 0.50 - Negeri Sabah
Malaysia Ringgit 0.50 - Negeri Melaka

Indonesia - Provinces Emblem

Hungary - Coat of Arms

Spain - Coat of Arms


Canada - States Flag

Austria - Coat of Arms

Belarus - Coat of Arms

Belarus - Traditional Costumes


Greece - Traditional Costumes

Laos - ............

Laos - Men's Traditional Costumes 2001






Men's Traditional Costumes:

Issued on 20 February 2001
Perforation: 14 1/4 x 14 1/2

Lao Kip 100  - Yao Mane
Lao Kip 200  - Gnaheun
Lao Kip 500  - Katou
Lao Kip 2300 - Hmong Dam
Lao Kip 2500 - Harlak
Lao Kip 2600 - Kui
Lao Kip 2700 - Krieng
Lao Kip 3100 - Khmu Nhuan
Lao Kip 3200 - Ta Oy
Lao Kip 3300 - Tai Theng
Lao Kip 3400 - Hmong Khao
Lao Kip 3500 - Gnor
Lao Kip 3600 - Phouthai Na Gnom
Lao Kip 4000 - Yao
Lao Kip 5000 - Hmong

Indonesia - Traditional Wedding Costumes


Bulgaria - .....Costumes

Rwanda - UPU 100 Years

Thailand - Traditional Dances

Ukraine - Woman Head Dresses


Estonia - Traditional Costumes


Alooo...somebody at there can help me to complete my Estonia stamps?
Please feel free to send me the email...
Thx...


Niger - Woman Hair Types

Mexico - World Wide Costumes

Mexico - Traditional Costumes

Syria - Ballet & Modern Dances


Need your help to complete my lose stamp...

Syria - Traditional Costumes

Ukraine - Traditional Costumes


Ethiopia - Traditional Ceremonial Robes

Romania - Traditional Costumes

Swaziland - Traditional Costumes

Tanzania - Ethnic Costumes

North Korea - Traditional Costumes

DDR, German - Traditional Costumes

Ajman - Japanese Paintings

Lithuania - Traditional Costumes


Issued 18 October 1992 Folk Costumes of Suvalkieciai (Printed in Leipzig's Securities printing - house)
Suvalkija is one of Lithuania's regions in the southwest part of the country. It is situated southward and westward of Nemunas and includes the present district of Marijampole. After the third partition of the Lithuanian - Polish Commonwealth (1975) this territory was allocated to Prussia. Later it was incorporated into the autonomy Kingdom of Poland, where the civil code Napoleon was used.

Issued 30 October 1993 Folk Costumes of Dzukai (Printed in Moscow's Goznak printing - house)

Issued 26 June 1994 Folk Costumes of Lowland (Printed in Moscow's Goznak printing - house)
Traditional holiday clothes, which were worn by lowlanders men & women of various ages until the middle of the XIX century. Modern lowlanders clothes are based upon these forms

Issued 20 May 1995 Folk Costumes of Highland (Printed in Moscow)

Issued 25 May 1996 Folk Costumes of Klaipeda's Land (Printed in Budapest)


Latvia - Traditional Costumes

Laos - Traditional Dances 2004



Lamvong Lao

Albania - Ethnic Costumes



Indonesia - Traditional Dances



This stamp issued on 1992 with 2 stamps + SS,
on 1993 with 3 stamps + SS,
on 1994 with 5 stamps + SS,
on 1995 with 4 stamps + SS,
on 1996 with 4 stamps + SS,
on 1997 with 5 stamps + SS,
on 1998 with 5 stamps + SS.

and 2002 SS World stamp Exhibition at Seoul, Korea on 02-11 August 2002.

on the right below, you can see 2002 SS Traditional Military In Jogya (Never ending Asia)...

All the stamp want to share our traditional dances from each provinces in Indonesia.
Do you want to come here?
:)

Indonesia - PATA 1974

This stamps issued on 1974 to welcoming PATA (Pasific Area Travel Association).
There are 27 stamps represent each provinces in Indonesia.
I think Indonesia is truly Asia than others...are you agree?
lol... :)

Tuesday, November 25, 2008

Monday, November 24, 2008

China - Ethnic Groups in China 1999


According to Chinese Folk Culture, "Fu," "Lu," "Shou," "Xi," and "Cai," are collectively known as Five Blessings. As stated in Chinese classic book "Han Feizi"

"Fu" is Happiness.
"Lu" originally referred to salary and was later extended to mean Wealth and Fame.
"Shou" is Longevity, the most important among the Five Blessings.
"Xi" is Joy, deriving from wedding, birthday, and other joyful things.
"Fortune" refers to Good Luck and Financial Wealth.
If one obtains all the Five Blessings, life is all Smiles.



Issued on 21 September 1999


Ethnic Groups in China:
Designs (stamp number following “56-” at LR):


80 Cents - Han (1). 
80 Cents - Mongols (2). 
80 Cents - Hui (3). 
80 Cents - Tibetans (4). 
80 Cents - Uygurs (5) 
80 Cents - Miao (6). 
80 Cents - Yi (7).
80 Cents - Zhuang (8). 
80 Cents - Bouyei (9). 
80 Cents - Koreans (10). 
80 Cents - Manchu (11). 
80 Cents - Dongs (12). 
80 Cents - Yao (13). 
80 Cents - Bai (14). 
80 Cents - Tujia (15). 
80 Cents - Hani (16). 
80 Cents - Kazak (17).
80 Cents - Dai (18)
80 Cents - Li (19). 
80 Cents - Lisu (20). 
80 Cents - Va (21). 
80 Cents - She (22). 
80 Cents - Gaoshan (23). 
80 Cents - Lahu (24). 
80 Cents - Shui (25). 
80 Cents - Dongxiang (26). 
80 Cents - Naxi (27). 
80 Cents - Jingpo (28). 
80 Cents - Kirgiz (29). 
80 Cents - Tu (30). 
80 Cents - Daur (31). 
80 Cents - Mulam (32). 
80 Cents - Qiang (33). 
80 Cents - Blang (34). 
80 Cents - Salas (35). 
80 Cents - Maonan (36). 
80 Cents - Gelao (37). 
80 Cents - Xibe (38). 
80 Cents -  Achang (39). 
80 Cents - Pumi (40). 
80 Cents - Tajiks (41). 
80 Cents - Nu (42). 
80 Cents -  Uzbeks (43). 
80 Cents - Russians (44). 
80 Cents - Ewenki (45). 
80 Cents - De’ang (46). 
80 Cents - Bonan (47). 
80 Cents - Yugur (48). 
80 Cents - Jing (49). 
80 Cents - Tartars (50). 
80 Cents - Drung (51). 
80 Cents - Oroqen (52). 
80 Cents - Hezhe (53).
80 Cents - Moiba (54). 
80 Cents - Lhoba (55). 
80 Cents - Jino (56).

Stamps Lover.....

I am Jefferson, the stamps lover from Jakarta, Indonesia.

Now, I am trying to make a blog about my stamps collection.
I am interest to collect all stamps.
But today i am focus my collection about Costumes, Dances, Culture, Uniform Military, Coat of Arms, Lighthouses, Butterflies, & Train stamps.

All of my stamps, i got from stamp dealer, my fren when walk at other countries and my swap partners from many countries.

Thanks for all swap partner :))

Welcome to other collector fren, if you want to support/ help me about my collection topic.
Please dont hesitate to contact me, if you have any comments or questions.
We can swap regarding our wantlist...

Hope you could be my long term partner for swap the stamps...


Brgds,
Jefferson
jefferson_sie@yahoo.com