Spending some days in your own house, the house where you grew old and your family still lives in, always gives you nice surprise and souvenirs from the past. While tidying up one of the room, where all the books are stored, that I found the interesting stamps I’m going to show.
Some are made of fabric (never seen before!) and some seem to be part of a fashion collection, because their illustrations are about specific luxury brands. Then, there is an ‘artistic’ one, that represents a painting by Giorgio Vasari and an ‘historical’ one that shows the boundaries between the Republic of San Marino and Italy.
Here you are the little pieces to collect:
On the top there are luxury brand stamps: Krizia, Dolce & Gabbana, Ferrè, Giorgio Armani, Laura Biagiotti and Prada. On the bottom you can see the stamps made of fabric and they were made to celebrate the art of crochet.
Here you are the second tranche: the first stamp represents a painting by Giorgio Vasari
Also in this picture you can see the Vasari’s one and another stamp about ‘Tintarella di luna‘, which is an old Italian song sung by one of the most popular Italian singer, Mina is her name.
the last one is about the representation of Italian state. In details, the division between Italy and Republic of San Marino: