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Posted 03/25/2018   06:54 am  Show Profile Bookmark this reply Add Cursus to your friends list  Get a Link to this Reply
Thank you very much for the information. It's very useful, as English is not my first language
In Catalan, we use the word "vinyeta", which has the same meaning and origin as the French "vignete" (actualy, the sound is exactly the same). Normal, as French and Catalan are both languages coming from Latin and our cultural context is also very close.
Perhaps, for this reason, they've used the word "vinjetoj" instead of "glumarkoj". When using a foreign language we normaly have the tendency of using the words closer to our native tonge.
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Posted 03/25/2018   2:59 pm  Show Profile Bookmark this reply Add erilaz to your friends list  Get a Link to this Reply
I suspected that a similar word might be used in Catalan. Thanks for that information.

I don't really know which Esperanto word is most commonly used for "poster stamp". Of the two Esperanto philatelic catalogs that I have, both of which are written in Esperanto, only one (Hirsch's) deals with poster stamps at all. Everything on the subject that I've read online has been in English.

I already mentioned the definitions of "vinjeto" in the PIV; "glumarko" does not appear in that dictionary at all. The Esperanto Wikipedia is only a little more helpful. The entry for "Vinjeto" doesn't refer to poster stamps, but only to the designs on postage stamps and connected selvage: "In philately the term vinjeto is used whether for the central image of the postage stamp or for a separate piece of paper without postal value, but which sometimes accompanies the stamp pictorially and forms part of the artwork with it." The entry for "Glumarko" refers not only to what we would call poster stamps or cinderellas, but also to self-adhesive stickers and labels (the illustration is of an anti-Bush political sticker).
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Sorry, "vinjetoj" it is. And vignette makes perfect sense to use for Cinderellas.

And thank you for the explanations, erilaz. A lot of folks think "synonym" always means an exact match in meaning whereas there are small differences in many cases.
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Sant Pau d'Ordal (50 km SW of Barcelona), 1993. 25 years of an Esperanto Museum set by the town's pharmacist. I've no idea if it still exists.

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Barcelona, 1930. Clausolles orthopedia company. Stll on the bussiness


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Posted 04/03/2018   03:47 am  Show Profile Bookmark this reply Add erilaz to your friends list  Get a Link to this Reply

Quote:
Sant Pau d'Ordal (50 km SW of Barcelona), 1993. 25 years of an Esperanto Museum set by the town's pharmacist. I've no idea if it still exists.


Apparently it does.
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Posted 04/03/2018   04:23 am  Show Profile Bookmark this reply Add Cursus to your friends list  Get a Link to this Reply
Very interesting. Thank you for the information. I'll have to go there. It's just an hour driving from my home, and it's a nice place.
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Posted 04/07/2018   12:42 am  Show Profile Bookmark this reply Add Cursus to your friends list  Get a Link to this Reply
The current President of Catalonia (in exile) Carles Puigdemont, on a cinderella issued on December 2017 by the Catalan Independence Movement, asking for him not to be extradited to Spain.






In Catalonia, we like to use both modernity and old ways.
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Posted 04/11/2018   03:03 am  Show Profile Bookmark this reply Add Cursus to your friends list  Get a Link to this Reply
Cinderellas, issued by Barcelona's Stamps and Coins Merchants Gild, on April 1997 for the Stamp and Coin fair, held in our city on April/May 1997.
As they homage Dr. Josep Trueta I Raspall (Barcelona, 1897 - 1977), the cinderellas show Barcelona hospitals. The Modernist Hospital de la Santa Creu I Sant Pau, is nowadays a museum, being replaced by a nearby modern one,






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Cinderellas, issued by Barcelona's Stamps and Coins Merchants Gild, on April 1996 for the Stamp and Coin fair, held in our city on April/May 1996. They feature Barcelona's landmarks to commemorate the 10 years of our city cleaning program "Barcelona, posa't guapa!".




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Barnafil'95. April/May 1995. Natural areas around Barcelona.


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Barcelona, September 1998. National Stamp Exhibition. It commemorated the 150 years of the first train in the Iberian península, going from Barcelona to Mataró and the 700 years of the first stone of Barcelona's Gothic Cathedral (finished at the begining of XXth century).





The exhibition was actually held at the France's Station Building, which can be seen on the 2nd "stamp" of the 1st mini-sheet.

On the exhibition logo, it can be seen the popular Canaletas Fountain, at the top of the Rambles.
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Olot, October 1966. Philatelic Art Exhibition homage to the sculptor Miquel Blay (1866-1936)


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As today's Saint George, patron of Catalonia, I'm showing a medaillon on the main entrance of Palau de la Generalitat (Catalonia's Governement) in Barcelona. It's a 1417-18 work of Pere Joan.





The cinderella was issued around 1930. right now, Barcelona is full of roses, books and Catalan flags.
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