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Here is the "Field Guide to the Cinderella Stamps of Canada" reference for the R110 souvenir sheet:
cc1310 type 3 R100 souvenir sheet of 2
cc1310 type 3 R100 souvenir sheet of 2
I could not find the specific reference to the Cartier cinderella - but note it has been used several times in different designs for the Montreal shows/Exhibitions.

Here is one of the panes:
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cc1333 Union Philatelic de Montreal
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Ubobo.R.O. wrote: 17 Dec 2023 10:12 A VERY small island south of Stockholm.
Which island? I can see similar stamps on the internet, but no information on them.

Ah! Finally I understand - ISO. Thank you.
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librarianc wrote: 18 Dec 2023 03:03 Here is the "Field Guide to the Cinderella Stamps of Canada" reference for the R110 souvenir sheet:


I could not find the specific reference to the Cartier cinderella - but note it has been used several times in different designs for the Montreal shows/Exhibitions.

Here is one of the panes:

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Caldey Island Cinderellas.

Caldey Island Cinderella stamps.
Caldey Island Cinderella stamps.


Caldey Island info.
Caldey Island info.

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A follow-up on RevRed+'s Caldey post:
ΙΧΘΥΣ
ιχθύς


Some source material
The Greek word for fish is "ichthys."
As early as the first century, Christians made an acrostic from this word:
Iesous Christos Theou Yios Soter,
Jesus Christ, Son of God, Savior.
Fish as Christian symbol

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Briefly, the fish symbol is based on a Greek acronym for the phrase Jesus Christ, God’s Son, Savior.
In Greek, the phrase is Ίησοῦς Χριστός, Θεοῦ Υἱός, Σωτήρ. When we take the first letter from each word in that phrase, we have ΙΧΘΥΣ, which happens to be the Greek word for “fish” (ixthus or icthus—the spelling can vary in English). Some versions of the Christian fish symbol contain the Greek letters inside or underneath the symbol itself.
Fish as Greek acronym
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A January 1982 copy of "The Cinderella Philatelist." Issued by the Cinderella Stamp Club UK.


See https://cinderellastampclub.com/

A January 1982 copy of "The Cinderella Philatelist."  Issued by the Cinderella Stamp Club UK.
A January 1982 copy of "The Cinderella Philatelist." Issued by the Cinderella Stamp Club UK.
Details of the Club in 1982.
Details of the Club in 1982.
1st page of the journal.
1st page of the journal.

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Nice to see that 1982 cinderella publication, thanks RevRed+.
How influential both editors, especially L.N. [Norman] Williams, were in promoting cinderella collecting and knowledge!

As a general observation, having access to a large philatelic library is a relatively rare privilege that some of us enjoy and appreciate — a wonderful source of information. These days the possibility of online access to scans is a way to democratise that privilege...

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Two Greek items, of which I know very little. And an Italian label. :(

Greek Cinderellas
Greek Cinderellas


Italian Label.
Italian Label.

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Three items.

The L&N ones are, I think, savings stamps from The London & Newcastle supermarket.

The Sun ones are possibly German?

The remaining one is a Irish label from 1987.

Irish (or English), German? and Irish cinderellas.
Irish (or English), German? and Irish cinderellas.

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RevRed+ wrote: 09 Jan 2024 02:57

The Sun ones are possibly German?
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Yes, the Sun ones are from Germany, A grocery shop called "Ihr Platz" (your place). looks like "discount saving stamps”...
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These are Reader's Digest labels. The rear of each one states "Simply Moisten Then Press Down Firmly."

Reader's Digest labels.
Reader's Digest labels.

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22028 wrote: 09 Jan 2024 03:00
RevRed+ wrote: 09 Jan 2024 02:57

The Sun ones are possibly German?
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Yes, the Sun ones are from Germany, A grocery shop called "Ihr Platz" (your place). looks like "discount saving stamps”...
Thank you for that! :D
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This cinderella is an unknown item to me. I'd be glad of any information about it. Thanks.

Unknown Cinderella.
Unknown Cinderella.
The rear of the item.
The rear of the item.

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A 1957 Bermudan Christmas cinderella and a Greetings label.

A 1957 Bermudan Christmas cinderella and a Greetings label.
A 1957 Bermudan Christmas cinderella and a Greetings label.

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Two labels: The "Petit Paquet/Smapakke" one may be Norweigan?

I suspect the "Export Standard" one may be from Christmas lights?

"Petit Paquet/Smapakke"  & "Export Standard" labels.
"Petit Paquet/Smapakke" & "Export Standard" labels.

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No idea what these are! :?

Two "10" labels.
Two "10" labels.

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RevRed+ wrote: 09 Jan 2024 02:52 Image
Hi, these are Greek revenues for Maritime Insurance for Passengers, issued around 1980.

According to the Barefoot catalogue, this is the top value of a set of nine, each having the same design but in a different colour plus the value in black.
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nigelc wrote: 09 Jan 2024 07:41
Hi, these are Greek revenues for Maritime Insurance for Passengers, issued around 1980.

According to the Barefoot catalogue, this is the top value of a set of nine, each having the same design but in a different colour plus the value in black.
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Good detective work identifying a number of those RevRed+ cinderellas. :D

Here's a small self-adhesive "Happy Holidays" label:

USA, &quot;Happy Holidays&quot; die-cut self-adhesive, 2023<br />Small (30mm x 30mm), used as seal on back of envelope shown below
USA, "Happy Holidays" die-cut self-adhesive, 2023
Small (30mm x 30mm), used as seal on back of envelope shown below
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It was used as a seal on the back of this Christmas card envelope from friends in Seattle:
USA to Australia: Christmas card envelope<br />Digital cancel Seattle, WA, 19 Dec 2023<br />Processed Dandenong Letter Centre, 29 Dec 2023<br />Courtesy arrival date stamp Wallsend, NSW, 8 Jan 2024
USA to Australia: Christmas card envelope
Digital cancel Seattle, WA, 19 Dec 2023
Processed Dandenong Letter Centre, 29 Dec 2023
Courtesy arrival date stamp Wallsend, NSW, 8 Jan 2024
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A mis-cut sheet of Irish Cinderella stamps which were on sale at the Stampa Exhibition held in Dublin 2023.
Mis-cut sheet celebrating the first Irish definitive stamp of the Irish Free State 6th December 1922
Mis-cut sheet celebrating the first Irish definitive stamp of the Irish Free State 6th December 1922
A few sheets are still available from the Stampa organisers priced €30 + postage.
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Erinmania wrote: 21 Jan 2024 23:58 A mis-cut sheet of Irish Cinderella stamps which were on sale at the Stampa Exhibition held in Dublin 2023.

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A few sheets are still available from the Stampa organisers priced €30 + postage.
Are these mis-cut or uncut? That is should they be three 'miniature sheet' formats, and this is the 'Press Sheet'.
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norvic wrote: 22 Jan 2024 04:27
Erinmania wrote: 21 Jan 2024 23:58 A mis-cut sheet of Irish Cinderella stamps which were on sale at the Stampa Exhibition held in Dublin 2023.

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A few sheets are still available from the Stampa organisers priced €30 + postage.
Are these mis-cut or uncut? That is should they be three 'miniature sheet' formats, and this is the 'Press Sheet'.
You are correct .This is an uncut press sheet, one of 30 printed.
200 sheets were cut to give 600 miniature sheets.
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Two bird Cinderellas. The White-Breasted Nuthatch is a 1970 National Wildlife Federation issue.
I don't know anything about the Common Goldeneye one.

Two bird Cinderellas.  The White-Breasted Nuthatch is a 1970 National  Wildlife Federation issue. <br />I don't know anything about the Common Goldeneye one.
Two bird Cinderellas. The White-Breasted Nuthatch is a 1970 National Wildlife Federation issue.
I don't know anything about the Common Goldeneye one.

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It is from the same set. Look in the bottom left corner.
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Ubobo.R.O. wrote: 23 Feb 2024 09:24 It is from the same set. Look in the bottom left corner.
Well spotted! The year on the Goldeneye cinderella appears to be 1973.

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New Zealand company "Resene" with silhouette images.
The company sells paint & the background displays some of their product colour options.
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People who like trains would find this cinderella group interesting.


Pairs, strips & blocks comprising a single image make up an unusual sheetlet.
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Excellent! Thank you for showing it. :D
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The Ferrocarriles de México sheet is yet one more example of the charity seals used to raise money for tuberculosis — treatment and research. Worldwide, so many cinderellas have been fundraisers for this medical cause. Here is a 1938 example, presumably from USA:

USA (?), 1938: Health Greetings, tuberculosis charity seals<br />Lower left corner block of four<br />eBay: 355221499438
USA (?), 1938: Health Greetings, tuberculosis charity seals
Lower left corner block of four
eBay: 355221499438
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The corner stamp depicting Trudeau links to some relevant and significant medical history.
Edward L. Trudeau

The Mayo Foundation for Medical Education and Research wrote:Edward Livingston Trudeau (1848-1915), an American physician, established the Adirondack Cottage Sanatorium at Saranac Lake, NY, in 1884. The sanatorium housed patients with tuberculosis and served as a research facility.

Born in New York City, Trudeau learned about tuberculosis when he was young by being in a family with physicians and by providing care for his brother, who died of tuberculosis. Trudeau attended medical school from 1868 to 1871 at Columbia University (New York City).

Two years after completing his medical training, Trudeau himself was diagnosed as having tuberculosis. At the suggestion of his friends, he moved to the Adirondack Mountains, and his health improved. In 1876, he opened a medical practice in Saranac Lake, where he practiced general medicine for 6 years.

After reading about the rest cure for tuberculosis, Trudeau founded the Adirondack Cottage Sanatorium. The rest cure, which involved prolonged bed rest, was distinct from other tuberculosis therapies of the time, such as exposure to arid desert air or to clear mountain air that induced mild hypoxia. Trudeau used both the rest cure and a salutary environment.

Trudeau's small laboratory burned, and in 1894 he established the Saranac Laboratory for the Study of Tuberculosis. The first US tuberculosis laboratory, it later became the Trudeau Institute, a laboratory for the study of infectious diseases.

One of Trudeau's sons, Edward Livingston Trudeau, Jr, died of tuberculosis. The other son, Francis B. Trudeau, served as director of the sanatorium until it closed in 1954. Francis B. Trudeau was a grandfather of Garry Trudeau, the cartoonist.

In 2008, the United States issued a stamp (Scott No. 3432A) to honor Edward Livingston Trudeau.

USA, 2008: 76c Edward Trudeau<br />Lower right plate block of four, self-adhesives<br />(Sc 3432A; SG 4852; Mi 4370; Yv 4041)<br />eBay: 194583838049
USA, 2008: 76c Edward Trudeau
Lower right plate block of four, self-adhesives
(Sc 3432A; SG 4852; Mi 4370; Yv 4041)
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I presume this is a Hungarian Cinderella.

Hungarian Cinderella.
Hungarian Cinderella.

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No doubt that is a Hungarian cinderella (in this case, a poster stamp) shown by RevRed+
It fits the category "poster stamp" because it is promoting a particular event.

Google Translate offers:
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Varsói szerzödes tagállamai katona bélyeg gyűjtőinek
For collectors of military stamps of Warsaw Pact member states
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Nemzetközi bélyegkiállitása Budapest 1973.v.9
International stamp exhibition Budapest 1973.v.9
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RevRed+ wrote: 28 Apr 2024 02:17

I presume this is a Hungarian Cinderella.


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It’s a se-tenant label of a 1973 Hungary 3 forint stamp commemorating a Warsaw Pact stamp exhibition in Budapest.
Hungary 1973 3 forint Warsaw Pact exhibition stamp and label
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Aha! The International Stamp Exhibition of Warsaw Pact Soldiers issue. I don't have the stamp, I wonder where the label came from to appear in my collection :?:

Thanks for clearing that up Rockyman44! :D
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You’re welcome!

I don’t have the stamp (or label) either, even though it’s a low catalogue value stamp.

Your label looks like it has been postally used, rather than the usual CTO cancel.
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A Panamanian one, this time.

1974 ORGANIZACIÓN PANAMEÑA ANTITUBERCULOSA [OPAT] Holy Year 1974.

1974 ORGANIZACIÓN PANAMEÑA ANTITUBERCULOSA  [OPAT]    Holy Year 1974.
1974 ORGANIZACIÓN PANAMEÑA ANTITUBERCULOSA [OPAT] Holy Year 1974.

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Here is a Cinderella that I just stumbled upon:

It appears to be a Government-in-exile issue from 1956. I have found similiar looking ones on the Colnect website, but not this particular one.
1956 Romania Cinderella
1956 Romania Cinderella


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There is a set on Ebay, though from 1954:

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Thanx Philexx!

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Ahoj everyone!

Here is an illustrated unaddressed cover from the1964 Berlin Gastronomic Fair with a special postmark and appropriate cinderella.
1964 Berlin Gastronomic Cinderella
1964 Berlin Gastronomic Cinderella
1964 unaddressed cover from Berlin Gastronomic Fair
1964 unaddressed cover from Berlin Gastronomic Fair
1964 special postmark from Berlin Gastronomic Fair
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Nice 1960s cinderella :D
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Re: The Spirit of Cinderella(s) stamps - show your favourites?

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moondog0 wrote: 26 May 2024 04:17 Here is a Cinderella that I just stumbled upon:

It appears to be a Government-in-exile issue from 1956. I have found similiar looking ones on the Colnect website, but not this particular one.Image



Any further information would be greatly appreciated.
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It is dated 1956.
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Re: The Spirit of Cinderella(s) stamps - show your favourites?

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norvic wrote: 18 Jun 2024 06:19 It is dated 1956.
Unintended typo by norvic. :o
The text near the bottom of the stamp says Madrid May 1954.


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