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    Posted: 13 October 2011 at 03:56
Found these on my travels...
 
 
... what smell would you suggest for a fragranced stamp from your country?  A rose for the UK?  Cinammon for the USofA?
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Cabbage for Poland?
 
Bigos, a savoury stew of meat and cabbage, is considered to be the national dish of Poland.
 
This thought came to mind, being a collector of Discworld cinderellas, because cabbages are of course a particularly important vegetable from a flatelic perspective. They have provided illustrative inspiration for a number of stamps. And a perfumed-ish aroma for the famous "Skunk Stamp".
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Welsh regionals should alternate between the scent of leeks, coal dust and lanolin
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Sugar beet for East Anglia.
 
 
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 . . . a ''fresh from the oven'' pasty for Cornwall.
 
 
 
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The sweet odour of a pint of Brown Ale for Mackem land ( not Newcastle brown, just Double Maxim)
Life is natures way of keeping meat fresh until it's needed
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