Cover: Year of the Horse (Singapore)

This cover commemorates the upcoming Year of the Horse with a full set of stamps from Singapore’s Zodiac Series.

stamps cover Singapore 2014 Year of the Horse

Country: Singapore
Date of Issue: 3rd January 2014
Date of Cover: 3rd January 2014 (first day cover)
Transit: 12 days over  849 miles / 1366 km = 2.95 mph / 3.75 kph

The Horse is one of the 12 animal signs of the Chinese zodiac. The influence of each sign lasts a whole year, beginning on Chinese New Year (or Lunar New Year) and the traditional celebration of Spring Festival.

Thanks to Ai Lyn for this cover.

4 thoughts on “Cover: Year of the Horse (Singapore)

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  1. I would like to purchase this cover, I am not seeing how.

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    1. Hi Carolyn, thanks for visiting. I’m sorry, these covers aren’t for sale, this is just my personal collection. If you head over to ebay and search for “year of the horse” in the stamps category, you’ll find a lot of horse stamps for sale. Specifically for these stamps (above), search for “singapore year of the horse” in the stamps category.

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  2. THANK-YOU SO VERY MUCH.
    I was so disappointed with the the USA version, of this years, stamp. I do not believe that china, would do a poor stamp. They use drums in alot of ceremonies and funtions. I have seen this drum in other settings, funtions and displays.
    I am sorry, my spelling is horrific, I do apolize. I do not see a spell check setting in my tool bar anywhere!! But I do know I am not the only poor speller, otherwise they would not have invented spell chech with the computer.

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