Delivery to my PO Box ~04.22.2009

Contents:

Delivery contents: A single sheet with a geometric diagram of some sort and a foreign stamp.

Envelope and stamps
Inside sheet



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Beacon 05.11.2009
Stamp is an 1981 ten Kopec? stamp.
http://www.stamprussia.com/5232b.jpg

from a 6,200 print run

Of the schooner "Kodor"
http://www.stamprussia.com/81_im.htm
We have had pictures of schooners before in Orphanage posts as well as a plethora of ADW navigation references.

1981 is also the earliest of ofthe ADW postings

On an aside, I noticed if you hold down  on your keyboard that
1981 = !(*!
Now this is on an EU keyboard maybe a US one is different. Maybe references to Russia or Europe or the US are  references to which CODE PAGE

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Code_page

to use.
This might link in the use of all the different languages.
But in any case many of these symbols
appear.
Kodor:
KODOR, decom. 1982, restaurant, lost to a fire 8/1999 in Baku, scrapped 4/2000

http://www.shipsnostalgia.com/showthread.php?t=22556

No....
Name / in Cyrillic..
Type....
launched..
..delivered

.?.3040..KODOR / КОДОР.
BmSr3 T....
51-??-??

BmSr3 = 3-m Bermuda schooner

From message 23 in that thread:
KODOR played an 18. century vessel in a movie filmed in Odessa, then bar in Jalta.

Several schooners were used for constructing a breakwater at Pirite.


John SMith 05.23.09
The shape on the sheet in side reminds me of a tessaract in the midst of one of its 'revolutions'.

jc 10.24.09
	
Yeah, the Kodor "played" the Duncan scooner in a Russian-Bulgarian film adaptation of Jules Verne's 
Les Enfants du capitaine Grant. And the drawing looks like a part of sails design drawing, imho...

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