emuster

emuster, Switzerland
  • country Switzerland
  • Member since Joined 13th Dec., 2007
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About Eduard...

Dear Postcrossing friend

I am a collector of postcards with stamps. (Call me Eduard.)

Send me a card you would receive yourself. Have you a card from an event, an action, people doing something?

I like as well cards with text printed in your language (with translation) or castles, waterfalls and fishermen/women.

But towns and landscapes are ok to, even freecards.

Cards for Xmas, Easter and for my birthday (July 22)are welcome.

I like my postcards written and stamped. I prefer A6 format cards (10X15 cm), they fit better in my special postcrossing card book(s).

Nice stamps makes me smile, but I do not collect or exchange loose stamps.

X-MAS-CARDS: Every year I send X-mas-cards from Bethlehem (SWITZERLAND) with a new stamp and a special obliteration. Send me your addresse and then a thank-you-card, when you get card at X-mas.

My "town" Ecublens is very close to Lausanne, canton de Vaud, in frenchspeaking Switzerland. (Postcrossing cannot put my postbox in the right Ecublens, so I choose Renens.)

I was born in 1937 in the germanspeaking town of Bern. (I was a teacher in Bern and Athens.) Since 1967 I am living with my family (2 big boys) near Lausanne. (I was working as journalist at the Swiss Institute for the Prevention of Alcohol- and other Drug-Problems.)

Our apartement is on the 7th floor with a nice view to the Jura, the Alps, to the Lake Geneva (Lac Léman), and France. (But trees and buildings are growing and reducing the view a bit.)

My Profile:
http://www.postcrossing.com/user/emuster

My homepage is
http://www.edimuster.ch/

The received and the sent postcards you find here:
http://www.flickr.com/photos/irheee/
I post private swaps there as well.

I post private swaps in
http://www.flickr.com/groups/postcrossingswaps/

Visit Switzerland: I will post all my sent cards to http://www.flickr.com/groups/744659@N21/

"Peeling Stamp Off Card Is The Atrocity Against Card Collecting."

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