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The Arrival of Indian and Australian Mails at Alexandria :


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India : 1973

Lovers on a camel :




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Fort Bliss Camel :



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Camel Post : Khartoum 1860




Romania : 1964 Bactrian Camel.

(Mongolia has a milking Bactrian Camel issue)

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By Express Camel.
Bahrain to NZ
Manama Travelling PO.

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"Camel rider" designed and engraved by Henry Cheffer, and issued for use in Mauritania on November 17, 1938, Scott No. 78, SG No. 75.

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DUDE

Duarte:

Not only do we have CAMELS -- we have FLYING CAMELS!
http://goscf.com/t/6987

KirkS
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"Camel caravan" designed and engraved by Jacques Combet, and issued by Mauritania on October 24, 1966, Scott No. 219.

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Camel Transport, engraved and printed by Waterlow & Sons, Ltd., and issued by Aden on June 15, 1953, Scott No. 49, SG No. 49.

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Here is an image of a stamp depicting an Algerian soldier, a French soldier, and a decidedly martial-looking camel, designed by R. Thiriet, engraved by Charles-Paul Dufresne, and issued for use in colonial Algeria on November 30, 1952 to commemorate the 50th anniversary of the formation of the Sahara Corps, Scott No. 249.

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Israel's 1950 Negev stamp. Its design is based on Reuven Rubin's painting depicting camels.



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That's an interesting camel hat that gentleman is wearing on that Algerian stamp.
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jamesw - Yes, and ever so fashionable in the Maghreb.

Here is an image of a stamp depicting another desert innovation, the mobile home: Somali, camel and gurgi (a hut made of camel-mats supported by poles which can be pitched or struck in about an hour), designed and engraved by Bradbury Wilkinson & Co, and issued for use in Somaliland Protectorate on September 15, 1953, Scott No. 128, SG No. 137.

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Spanish Sahara postally used.
I know this is not about tracking your camel by GPS or cel phone as it is too early for that to be invented yet, so what is it?

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