Dear puzzle friends, here you can find the first puzzle after the website crashed. Unfortunately, the puzzles of the last two months are lost. But still, here you can play again. Assembled is a stamp from Japan with a camphor tree – the tree of the city of Hiroshima.
Dear puzzle friends, here you will find the first puzzle from the year 2023. A stamp with first day cancel. Maybe also something for die-hard philatelists, because the stamp has the date imprint 2022, but was issued only in January 2023. Otherwise, I was very fascinated by the stamp, because it shows how our brain Read More …
The postage stamp that you can puzzle together this month can be found in the blog for the Extraordinary Postage Stamp of the Month December 2022. This time again a little more difficult, because the puzzle pieces must be rotated (with the arrow keys). More difficult because the Postage stamp is designed to be simple. Read More …
The stamp you can puzzle together this month, you can find in the blog for the stamp of the month of August. This time again a little easier, because the puzzle pieces do not have to be rotated, but there are some more of them.
This stamp, which you can puzzle together this month, can be found in the July Stamp of the Month blog. It is not the stamp of the month itself – but one of the set – which you can find here. A little bit more complicated since the pieces can be turned – using the Read More …
Today I have chosen the stamp from the “scientific” post. A baroque still life by Abraham Mignon. Unfortunately, the middle yellow rose is only ocher. Why, you will learn here.
The puzzle of the month is again my “favourite” stamp of the month. So this time the stamp from French Polynesia. If you want to know more about the stamp, you can find the relevant information here. Have fun putting it together.
The puzzle of the month February 2022 is the stamp of the month January 2022 from Estonia. This time a little more difficult, because the parts must also be rotated. You can do this by clicking the right mouse button. Nevertheless, have fun playing.
The stamp of this month´s puzzle is a blue water lily. The ancient Egyptians thought that in its center sits the sun god Ra, and when the rose is open, therefore the light shines.
Here’s a puzzle to go with the science article from this month. Full stands in football stadiums.