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

The May 2013 issue of Stamp Magazine holds more fascinating features. Last week I took up its theme of tin can mail, this week I& like to d.

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 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 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 stamp, 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.

1942+Boreas+–+god+of+North+wind ΑΝΕΜΟΙ 1942 Α΄ΕΚΔΟΣΗ

1942+Boreas+–+god+of+North+wind ΑΝΕΜΟΙ 1942 Α΄ΕΚΔΟΣΗ

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