Saturday, June 2, 2012

Giro D Italia pins and...

Below are some stamp pins from Italy.  The first ones are from the  Giro, which just happened or so month ago. Canadian guy, Ryder Hesjedal won it this year. The others are a mixed bag of bike oriented stamps from Italy.   The Giro does not get the air play of the Tour D France, but it's fun to watch all the bike riders and the Italian countryside roll by.

The Giro stamp pins are made from recycled plastic, and an assortment of small fillister and allen head bolts and screws.  Some of the stamps are canceled, some are not.  I 'kinda like the canceled look, when I can get them with the right look.  If you have a preference, let me know.

They are all $20.00 each, shipping is included, and they come in a cloth, draw string bag.



They are $20.00 each, shipping included, and come in a small cloth bag.








They are $20.00 each, shipping included, and come in a small cloth bag. 






They are $20.00 each, shipping included, and come in a small cloth bag.




The Italian stamps below are to celebrate and commemorate cyclocross.  I've never done it, but you have a beefy road bike with fat tires and ride and carry it around and through various obstacles.  Mountain biking has 'kinda taken over that kind of thing, I think.


They are $20.00 each, shipping included, and come in a small cloth bag. Please let me know if it is not a perfect check out experience! miketayse@gmail.com



The stamps below are more bike stamp pins from Italy. From 1968.   Nice colors, nice background, and sometimes a nicely placed cancellation which goes well with the bike wheel in the foreground.



They are $20.00 each, shipping included, and come in a small cloth bag. Please let me know if it is not a perfect check out experience! miketayse@gmail.com



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