sta,mps without country name

@yugasini (12839)
Anantapur, India
September 14, 2009 1:11pm CST
hi mylot freinds, do you know which country issues their postal stamps with their country name,they use only one symbal of queen,stamps collecting is your hobby,i could not find there is no stamp collection in mylot interests,so i have to post this discussion in life,happy mylotting
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• Philippines
14 Sep 09
I think the stamp is from England which contain the images of their Queen symbolizing the monarchy. It is the other way around to identify the country which represent is from United Kingdom.
@yugasini (12839)
• Anantapur, India
15 Sep 09
hi neeli, thanks for the response,you cached the point,so you are fast,one more question one country is not using their country name on the stamp that is Helvitia,which country is using this name to their postal stamps,have a nice day
• Philippines
15 Sep 09
ah, Helvetia the stamps is a symbol from the country of Switzerland. Great Britain was the first country to issue postage stamps, therefore there is no country name on the stamps of Great Britain, only the image of the king or the queen and the words 'POSTAGE' or 'POSTAGE AND REVENUE'. Switzerland has chosen to use the ancient name 'HELVETIA' on its stamps to avoid problems with the three languages that are spoken in this country. Stamps with inscription 'MAGYAR POSTA' or 'MAGYARORSZAG' are stamps from Hungary. source:http://home.planet.nl/~klase024/identif.htm
@tigeraunt (6331)
• Philippines
15 Sep 09
am just guessing. is it britain? or united kingdom? i really dont know. ann
@yugasini (12839)
• Anantapur, India
15 Sep 09
hi ann, thanks for the response,you right that is UK,iam posting different types of dicussions in my lot that is my hobby,have a nice day