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Flora and Fauna of Discworld

Postby Squigglyx » Wed Apr 22, 2020 07:10 pm

********* New Stamps ! *******
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They look brilliant, order in (plus a matching tea towel), something to look forward to in the next few days :D

Does the absence of a view of the sheet on the webpage mean that there aren't any sports for these ?
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Re: Flora and Fauna of Discworld

Postby steeljam » Wed Apr 22, 2020 07:24 pm

The blurb does say three sports.
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Re: Flora and Fauna of Discworld

Postby Murgatroyd » Wed Apr 22, 2020 08:34 pm

Beautiful looking stamps! Can't wait!
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Re: Flora and Fauna of Discworld

Postby Squigglyx » Wed Apr 22, 2020 08:40 pm

steeljam wrote:The blurb does say three sports.



You don't expect people to read it, do you?
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Re: Flora and Fauna of Discworld

Postby phalarope » Wed Apr 22, 2020 09:10 pm

Drool! :bounce: :bounce: :bounce: :bounce: Ordered!
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Re: Flora and Fauna of Discworld

Postby Kelshandra » Thu Apr 23, 2020 12:45 am

My only sadness is that mail now takes even longer than usual due to events. I ordered the last lot on the day of release and they are still somewhere in the postal systems loving hands :S I might see if I can buy them now but have them sit to be posted later. I trust them in the Emporium more than some massive pile up of mail.
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Re: Flora and Fauna of Discworld

Postby dried_frog » Mon May 04, 2020 11:45 am

Yes, all the Posts are very slow for many countries, and I suppose the postal air traffic between them too ... :(

In France, postal system is almost normally (5 days a week). Until then, only tracked shipments passed within a reasonable time. The situation has been resolved for us, and I received my last two Emporium orders this morning in one go ('Glod save the Queen' & 'Flora and fauna') ! :D

Kelshandra, I hope you will receive your first order very soon! :thumbr:

As far as I'm concerned, for my next order, I will still ask the Emporium if it's possible to have a 'track & trace' shipment... I think by default it's not possible - to limit shipping costs and therefore the total bill - but I think we can ask for ... not sure how to make that, but it seems to me to have read that somewhere on the site ...

Can someone confirm?

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