Pavlov issues first series of stamps

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The Empire of Pavlov is a social and cultural project which seeks to model the society, customs, and traditions of the medieval Slavic principalities and the Roman Empire in a contemporary framing. The standards of what is and isn't acceptable were drastically different in the era that Pavlov is modeled after, and many of today's societal concepts didn't exist at all. More in the Disclaimer.

Pavlov issues first series of stamps

17 June 7528 AM

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HIM Emperor Alexander IV, may the almighty God bless his reign, has issued stamps of the Imperial post. There are two stamps, one contains the Imperial portrait and the other the patron saint of the then Principality of Montescano, St. Demetrios of Thessaloniki. The stamps are sold individually for 2 € a piece, a set of 25 pieces can be bought for a discounted price of 30 €. This is the first time since the establishment of Pavlov in 2012 that the Empire has issued stamps.

HIM Emperor Alexander IV, may the almighty God bless his reign, was unable to comment on the release of the stamps, but HIH Grand Prince Jaroslav, was available for a quick comment. He said to the press that: "I welcome the launch of Pavlov Post. While I would have preferred the stamps to arrive in time, it's forever the 10th century in Pavlov and we can't rely on novel innovations such as airmail".

While the stamps contain the name "Montescano" and not Pavlov, they will keep full validity as Pavlov is the legal successor of the Principality of Pavlov.