Our communication approach with this product focuses on highlighting its historical significance while encouraging people to connect with others around the world by sending them a surprise message via snail mail. We believe that receiving something tangible like a postcard can create meaningful human connections even in our digital age.
Imagine you are traveling abroad and stumble upon someone who shares your passion for stamps or collecting memorabilia from past Olympics games. You strike up a conversation about your shared interests, exchange contact information, and promise to send each other some special items once back home. A few weeks later when you receive their card featuring this stunning Gibraltar stamp design along with heartfelt words written just for you- what could be more exciting than that?
This particular product would appeal mostly to collectors interested in stamps related to international events such as Olympics Games enthusiasts looking specifically at commemoratives issued during different editions throughout time; travelers seeking souvenirs representing places they have visited before; anyone passionate about postal services worldwide!
When using these types of products, best practices include taking care when handling delicate paper materials (avoiding bending corners), choosing appropriate postage rates based on destination country regulations/weight limits so delivery times aren't delayed unnecessarily due to insufficient funds paid upfront, etcetera.
Historically speaking, in ancient Greece where Olympiads were held every four years starting circa BC776 until AD393, athletes competed naked without distinction between amateurs/professionals nor gender differences either way, which was quite revolutionary considering how society viewed women's roles then compared to nowadays standards.
- Stephen Perera
- Keith Bassford
- Walsall Security Printer
- Offfset Lithography
- 38 x 38mm
- 34p, 49p, £1.05
A set of 3 stamps to commemorate 100 years of the first IOC Olympic Games held in Athens, Greece, in 1896 was issued by Gibraltar.
The stamps depict images that recall the ancient games in Greece right up to modern day Olympic competition