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6:20pm 07-26-2016

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84302

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San Salvador
Greetings from El Salvador.
9:02pm 06-11-2016

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OM 89722

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India
Look for sincere philatelists worldwide, interested in exchange on mutual interest basis.
1:22pm 06-09-2016

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87436

City and Country

Riga, Latvia
Hi, Is that organization still alive???? I' ve no one circuit since last year!
11:21am 03-29-2016

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OM DI 87406

City and Country

Sweden
Will you have modern stamps of Sweden in your letter
10:26pm 12-31-2015

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CM#90793

City and Country

PATNA, INDIA
Wishing you all a very Happy New Year 2016.
Happy Cover collecting!
12:17pm 10-11-2015

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PO.Tharechani-sangi,Distt: sukkur,Sindh (pakistan)
Iam much like world wide covers also covers Exchange from pakistan
iam offer nice covers
10:49am 09-26-2015

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85045

City and Country

Taipei, Republic of China.
Welcome to exchange real posted covers, aerogramme,
see my personal collections,
gulfmanncollection.blogspot.com
gulfmannatmcollection.blogspot.com
3:57am 09-13-2015

City and Country

Bhubaneswar, India.
I am interested in swapping thematic covers with members from Australia, Canada, U.S.A, Germany and Austria. Please, feel free to contact me.
3:23pm 08-09-2015

City and Country

Cedar Falls, IA
I was a member of the CCCC in 1967 and made silk screen first day covers and enjoyed corresponding with folks around the world. Now I'm living with other SENIORS and have a day to show Hobbies/Art projects, so wanted to show my "First Day Covers" -so enjoyed looking at your CCCC web pages.
5:22am 07-25-2015

Member Number (if applicable)

86101

City and Country

Zaventem/Belgium
A lot of crap messages here which have nothing to do with the CCCC.
They should be deleted right away!
3:32am 07-15-2015

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City and Country

VALENCIA- SPAIN
I EXCHANGE USED STAMPS ONLY THE YEARS 2000-2015 ALL COUNTRIS, 100X100 EACH TIME IF YOU'RE INTERESTING, PLEASE, WRITE TO ME
LUIS CASES
AUSIAS MARCH- 37
46013- VALENCIA
SPAIN
1:27pm 06-28-2015

City and Country

Columbus, Ohio
You Club looks very interesting! I've just visitied your web-site for the first time. I'm still trying to understand exactly how a curcuit works! Thank-you for all the information on your site!
7:23am 06-26-2015

Member Number (if applicable)

91390

City and Country

USA
I am delighted to be a new member of CCCC, and hope to do some good exchanges.

David
10:50pm 06-22-2015

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8677

City and Country

RUSSIA
Dear Friends ,

BE CAREFUL !! BE CAREFUL !!
Exchanging Fdc & postcards is very interesting .

I request all of you to use guestbook of cccc for only philatelic suggestion or opinion . We should not do anything which can harm the philatelist community .
Some bad people try to misguide other through revealing wrong business news / personal loan news . Please stop such activities .

Remember CCCC is not any false newspaper .
Never believe any unknown organisation who offers financial assistance
or ask to purchase artificial stamps.
11:35pm 06-11-2015

City and Country

NEPAL
JOURNEY OF POSTCARD
Austria became the first country to publish the postcard, but not the first to conceive of the idea.

A few years earlier, German postal official Dr. Heinrich von Stephan submitted a proposal for such an object, which was then fiercely debated and not executed in North Germany until July 1870, a year after Austria introduced the postcard to their country.

The first postal card was suggested by Dr. Emanuel Herrmann, in 1869, and was accepted by the Austrian-Hungarian government in the same year. The first regularly printed card appeared in 1870, a historical card, produced in connection with the Franco-German War.

The first advertising card appeared in 1872 in Great Britain. Cards showing the Eiffel Tower appeared in 1889. A Heligoland card of 1889 is considered to be the first multi-coloured card ever printed.
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