A beautiful stamp commemorating the 50th anniversary of the Armistice. Two of my great uncles, John and Robert, died in WWI. John is buried in France. Robert was lost at sea. This stamp is part of a small collection my Grandfather Bengt gave my mother.
Not sure what play this is from, but she seems to be asking him to reconsider a decision taken in haste. One of the Royal Dramatic Theater's greatest directors was Alf Sjöberg, who led productions there from 1930-1980. Not a bad run. He also won two Grand Prix du Festival at the Cannes Film Festival, in 1946 and 1951. Sjöberg also happens to be the grandfather of my buddy Martin. Letter sent from Bromma, Sweden, so it must be from my grandfather Bengt Paul.
The four stamps to the right celebrate the departure for Lindisfarne in 793. The stamps to the left display Viking Christmas ornaments, which were hung on the conifer trees so plentiful in Scandinavia.