#MDS246E – 1991 Disney's Mickey and Friends Visit the World's Wonders, Mint Souvenir Sheet, Bhutan

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Mickey and Pals visit Stonehenge

In 1991 Bhutan issued several souvenir sheets picturing Mickey and his pals exploring some of the world's wonders.  The sheet offered here pictures Mickey, Donald, Minnie, and Goofy exploring England's Stonehenge.  Archaeologists believe the ring of standing stones were placed there between 3000 and 2000 B.C., though the surrounding earth bank and ditch appear to have been used earlier.  The area likely once served as a burial ground, in use for about 500 years.

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Mickey and Pals visit Stonehenge

In 1991 Bhutan issued several souvenir sheets picturing Mickey and his pals exploring some of the world's wonders.  The sheet offered here pictures Mickey, Donald, Minnie, and Goofy exploring England's Stonehenge.  Archaeologists believe the ring of standing stones were placed there between 3000 and 2000 B.C., though the surrounding earth bank and ditch appear to have been used earlier.  The area likely once served as a burial ground, in use for about 500 years.

A fun addition to your collection – order now.