World’s Biggest Stamp

May 23, 2013 at 5:57 am | Posted in MOM AND DAD, PLACES I'VE BEEN TO | 5 Comments
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The world’s biggest stamp is on display at Al Ain Mall.

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Emirates post released this commemorative hexagonal stamp on 21st March 2013. The stamp features “The Mother of the Nation” logo.

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On the occassion of Mother’s Day 2013 in the UAE, Her Highness Sheikha Fatima Bint Mubarak was honoured for her achievements in various fileds in the local and regional level, as a gesture of appreciation from UAE mothers.

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As part of the celebrations and in her honor, the world’s biggest postage stamp bearing the “Mother of the Nation” logo was submitted to the Guinness Book of World Records. A team from Guinness has authenticated it as the world’s biggest, measuring 1.17 x 1.34 mteters.

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I’m just wondering how big my envelope should be so I could stick this stamp 😮

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  1. Wow, Inigo, this stamp is big! 🙂

    • It really is!
      Thanks for the visit, AuntyUta!

  2. You’re still the cutest and most beautiful stamp of all Iñigo! Great shots of you and your parents little one and thanks for sharing this interesting post. 🙂 *big hugs*

    • Thanks for this lovely comment, Sonel 🙂

  3. It’s not how big the envelop would be that I’m worried about. My biggest worry is how hard to lick this stamp up to make it stick. I’ll run out of laway! Hello Inigo. 🙂


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