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Hungarian folk tale stamps

Posted by rod - 01.08.2012

Hungarian folk tale stamps by Boglárka NádiHungarian folk tale stamps by Boglárka NádiHungarian folk tale stamps by Boglárka NádiHungarian folk tale stamps by Boglárka NádiHungarian folk tale stamps by Boglárka NádiHungarian folk tale stamps by Boglárka NádiHungarian folk tale stamps by Boglárka NádiHungarian folk tale stamps by Boglárka NádiHungarian folk tale stamps by Boglárka NádiHungarian folk tale stamps by Boglárka NádiHungarian folk tale stamps by Boglárka NádiHungarian folk tale stamps by Boglárka NádiHungarian folk tale stamps by Boglárka NádiHungarian folk tale stamps by Boglárka NádiHungarian folk tale stamps by Boglárka NádiHungarian folk tale stamps by Boglárka NádiHungarian folk tale stamps by Boglárka NádiHungarian folk tale stamps by Boglárka NádiHungarian folk tale stamps by Boglárka NádiHungarian folk tale stamps by Boglárka NádiHungarian folk tale stamps by Boglárka Nádi

Hungarian designer Boglárka Nádi created a seven stamp series from her favourite Hungarian fables for here degree. Each folk tale series had 4 stamps that told its story. The Folk tales are well-known among Hungarians (the translation for each title: The small Gömböc, The haricot reaching the heavens, The little pigs and the wolf, The half-skinned goat, The salt, The star-eyed shepherd, The beautiful slender damsel).

 

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