What can happen to a passenger of stagecoach during the trip. „In a travel from Szczawnica to Stary Sącz I experienced a constant trouble because of carriage number 126 bad technical condition and the door do not close, in a result of that I was forced for 5 hours to hold the door by my hand, the seats were so torn and awfully filthy that I gave up taking the journey by postal transport forever. Łącko, July 23, 1892 (...). " (Complaints book, post station in Łącko, 1861-1892)
What a stagecoach passenger should know. "(...) Departure of the post over the scheduled time can not be accepted, therefore travellers must arrive punctually at the House of the Post, before Post Office transport departure - Do not stop in front of private houses, or roadway, who therefore is being late, is guilty himself, that the Post Office transport departs without him. (...) "Information for travellers needed" - verso of stagecoach ticket, 1826
Emission ‘Year of the Renaissance’ 1953, Over the Wawel Castle window friend’s name ‘Pilch’. A careful observer using a magnifying glass can reveal so-called ‘confidential prints’ on them, actually the pranks made by Mr. Słania. This artist altered stamp design while moving it on the die by adding his own private contents, which is invisible for ‘the naked eye’ on the printed stamp. The content consits of the names of relatives and friends, and their images, not excluding his own one.
Bhutan, the country in the eastern Himalayas, emitts stamps that are gramophone records. When playing this kind of disc–stamp one can listen to folk songs and the national anthem of this Asian country.
The big board game, where children are pieces, Museums at Night, 2012
New exhibition: "Stamps independent Slovakia", 18.10-30.11.2014
new exhibition: "Przemysław Tyszkiewicz graphic arts" 17.10-1.12.2014