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Janji Rarities has a large selection of rare Stamps, Cards and Envelopes for the discerning collector at very affordable prices. As always, we encourage you to check our inventory of these products frequently. Our objective will always be to keep this site fresh and we rotate our stock sometimes daily. That said..if you see something you REALLY like...buy it now!. FREE SHIPPING FOR THAI STAMPS & ENVELOPES WITHIN USA FOR ORDERS ABOVE $7...

THAI STAMPS & ENVELOPES
   
His Majesty the King's 80th Birthday Anniversary (3rd Series) Commemorative Stamps 2007
White Elephants, or “Chang phurk”, have been deemed an important part of Thai culture for centuries. Identified by their characteristic white eyelids, white mouth, white nails, white skin and white hair. It is traditionally believed that anyone who comes into possession of a white elephant will prosper. “Chang Phurk” is the symbol of power. It is a male elephant born in the jungle in Krabi Province and was caught in 1965. There are twenty more White Elephants that symbolize the august power of the present Monarch, his majesty the King.

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50th Anniversary of Korea - Thailand Diplomatic Relations Commemorative Stamps 2008
The relationship between Thailand and Korea enjoyed growth in the fields of security and military before the establishment of an official relationship on October 1st, 1958. This stamp set has 2 designs. The first design is Chakri Maha Prasat Throne Hall in the Grand Palace. The second design is Muhammad Mansion in Changeableness Palace which once served as a library for the Kings.

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Centenary of The Equestrian Statue of King Chulalongkorn Commemorative Stamp 2008
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Asian Games 1998 (1st Series)
This stamp was created to publicize and to publicize and to raise funds for supporting the XII Asian Games which were held in Thailand.

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Royal Coach Palace Postage Stamps 2009
Horse-drawn carriages were introduced to Thailand during the early Rattanakosin Period. However, they were not very popular due to their high cost so they were used only by kings and high ranking members of the royal family. The carriages that appear on these stamps are those used during the reign of King Chulalongkorn and King Vajiravudh. They are semi-hooded vehicles, vehicles without canopies, carriages with canopies and hooded carriages as well. This is truly a beautiful collection of stamps from Thailand!

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Thai Heritage Conservation Day 2008 Commemorative Stamps
Portal Guardians Demons and Angels. Images of portal guardians are made on the front and the back of door or window panels and according to Thai traditional belief, these images will help to guard the palace or ward off harm from evil spirits. These guardians are usually depicted in angels or threatening demons. These images have become artwork of high repute and are a significant addition to the world of Thai stamps. Buy yours today!

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Thai Heritage Conservation Day 2009 Commemorative Stamps
The stone sanctuaries found in Thailand are architectural structures influenced by the artistic style of the Khmer. They are generally made of sandstone that is red or off-white in color. These places once served as religious sanctuaries for Brahmin ceremonies performed to respect the gods and they also served as residences for monarchs. These stamps come in four designs. The first design is called Ta Muean Sanctuary, the second design is called Ta Muean Thom Sanctuary, The third is called Ta Muean Tot Sanctuary and the Forth design is the Sadok kok Thom Sanctuary.  All the stamps are so very detailed and important additions to every collection!

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Thai Traditional Festival Postage Stamps - Candle Processing Festival 2009
Just before Khao Phansa (Buddhist Lent), which falls on the 15th day of the waxing moon in the 8th lunar month, Buddhists all over Thailand usually hold a candle procession to offer wax candles to the monks. In Ubon Ratchatani, an elaborate Candle Festival is held in July every year. Highlights of this Festival are a variety of wax candle sculpture contests, float contests, and a beauty contest. A large number of Thai and foreign tourists visit Ubon Ratchathani during this period to admire and appreciate these magnificent carved candles.

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Souvenir Sheet
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Arts of The Kingdom Postage Stamps (2nd Series) 2007
First Day Cover.  The SUPPORT foundation organized the 5th arts of the Kingdom exhibition to celebrate the 80th birthday of his majesty the king. The artistic masterpieces displayed were Nielloware, cloisonné, silverware, Yanlipae, baskets and utensils decorated with the wings of metal beatles. All were created by the offspring of thai farmers and their work is displayed on these beautiful stamps.

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Royal Headgear Postage Stamps 2009
First Day Cover.  The Royal Headgear Postage Stamp is of a design that uses the pictures of hats made for the King's family. There are 4 designs. The first design is the gold brocade hat. The second design is the felt hat. The third design is the helmet for battle. The fourth design is the grand diamond hat. Whether you love stamps or hats…you’ll love this addition to your collection.

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