Cinderella on Cinderella stamp?

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Cinderella on Cinderella stamp?

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If anyone has seen the pattern printed on a Cinderella stamp is a fairy tale Cinderella?

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Re: Cinderella on Cinderella stamp?

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CHOCO, if you read through the welcome email you will see that every new thread is supposed to have a picture included.

I realise that is very difficult on some occasions, but this is your second new thread with no picture.

I'm not sure what you could have done for John Newbery, but you could include here any fairytale picture.

Or you could use a postage stamp with Cinderella on (there are plenty - just google for the pictures) and ask the question.
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norvic wrote:
20 Sep 2021 08:13
CHOCO, if you read through the welcome email you will see that every new thread is supposed to have a picture included.

I realise that is very difficult on some occasions, but this is your second new thread with no picture.

I'm not sure what you could have done for John Newbery, but you could include here any fairytale picture.

Or you could use a postage stamp with Cinderella on (there are plenty - just google for the pictures) and ask the question.
I apologize for being unfamiliar with the comments on the forum.
The Red Cross stamps I bought few days ago should be Cinderella stamps.
So I want to know if there is any pattern on Cinderella stamps, it is really a fairy tale Cinderella.
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