Travel to Grenada with 100 Mint Pictorials
In 1498, Columbus landed in Grenada – an island in the West Indies. The island became a British colony in 1783. In 1974 it became an independent state. A leading manufacturer of spices, including nutmeg, Grenada also exports bananas, coconuts, limes, and sugar cane. Scenic beaches and a lush countryside dotted with breathtaking gorges and waterfalls make this a hot spot for tourists.
Now you can explore Grenada’s history and culture with 100 mint pictorial stamps. Selections vary, but the one I looked through had stamps honoring ships, Zeppelins, water sports, planes, Louis Pasteur, the Nobel prize, Winston Churchill, carnival time, boat building, Grenada’s admission to the UN, and lots more. What interesting stamps will you discover? Order now to find out.