Pallas Athena on the 7d value, from the 1935 Greek airmail set depicting various mythological scenes.

Pallas Athena on the 7d value, from the 1935 Greek airmail set depicting various mythological scenes.

The most famous flight myth is of course that of Daedalus and his son Icarus, who may be found on the 5d stamp, from the 1935 Greek airmail set depicting various mythological scenes.

The most famous flight myth is of course that of Daedalus and his son Icarus, who may be found on the 5d stamp, from the 1935 Greek airmail set depicting various mythological scenes.

The top value of the set, the 100d, depicts two children on what seems to be a flying ram. They are the twins Phrixus and Helle, from the 1935 Greek airmail set depicting various mythological scenes.

The top value of the set, the 100d, depicts two children on what seems to be a flying ram. They are the twins Phrixus and Helle, from the 1935 Greek airmail set depicting various mythological scenes.

Helios' son Phaëton, who wanted to ride the chariot, from the 1935 Greek airmail set depicting various mythological scenes.

Helios' son Phaëton, who wanted to ride the chariot, from the 1935 Greek airmail set depicting various mythological scenes.

Helios, the Sun God, on the 1d value and Apollo, from the 1935 Greek airmail set depicting various mythological scenes.

Helios, the Sun God, on the 1d value and Apollo, from the 1935 Greek airmail set depicting various mythological scenes.

Hermes, the messenger of the gods. On the 10d value (which was originally printed in brown, but later reprinted in orange-red, as seen here) we find him with his familiar winged cap and winged sandals, holding his herald's staff in his hands. His female counterpart, Iris, may be found on the 2d value, from the 1935 Greek airmail set depicting various mythological scenes.

Hermes, the messenger of the gods. On the 10d value (which was originally printed in brown, but later reprinted in orange-red, as seen here) we find him with his familiar winged cap and winged sandals, holding his herald's staff in his hands. His female counterpart, Iris, may be found on the 2d value, from the 1935 Greek airmail set depicting various mythological scenes.

25d value depicting Zeus, as an eagle, carrying off Ganymedes, and the 50d depicting Bellerophon on Pegasus, from the 1935 Greek airmail set depicting various mythological scenes.

25d value depicting Zeus, as an eagle, carrying off Ganymedes, and the 50d depicting Bellerophon on Pegasus, from the 1935 Greek airmail set depicting various mythological scenes.

Pinterest
Αναζήτηση