with eggs of course.
In this series of 'round' stamps, I also included some oval stamps before.
Since 'eggs' tend to be more oval, the following two sheets deal with oval stamps.
Let me situate the origin of the stamps.
They come from a tiny island 'Bequia'.
To find it, we go to the Caribbean :
|Map of the Caribbean|
The island below Saint Vincent is Bequia Island.
It's not really a country, but part of Saint Vincent and the Grenadines.
This island emits its own stamps.
The stamps are good quality, but as there are less then 10,000 people living on the Islands, and Saint Vincent issues its own stamps, it's an emission that can be discussed.
However, the article of today is about the odd stamps :
sheet 1 :
|Full sheet - 3 eggs|
|3 eggs - Bequia|
Egg n° 2 : Spotted Sandpiper
Egg n° 3 : Sharp-Shinned Hawk
sheet 2 :
|Full sheet - 1 egg|
|1 egg - Bequia|