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Auction: 229 - Lot number: 1006 << Previous   Next >>

Category: PORTUGAL - PRE-STAMP POSTAL HISTORY

Description: 1811(Feb 16) entire in French headed "Santarem le 16 fevrier 1811" (70km NE of Lisbon) to "Monaco/Dept des alpes Maritimes" with a very fine strike of the 'No 9/ARM FRANCAISE/EN ESPAGNE' h/s believed to be in use at Salamanca (Spain), 25mm disinfection slit, rated "10" (decimes) corrected to "15", a bit soiled. A wonderful item for a Monaco collection. [Monaco was absorbed into France in 1793 until 17.5.1814 only. NB: David Weeden had no Napoleonic War covers]

Listed in: PORTUGAL , Pre Stamp , Postal History , Postmarks , Disinfected & Quarantined Mail , FRANCE , MONACO , Military & Censor Mail , Military - Napoleonic Wars , Postmarks - Instructional/Informative Markings , SPAIN

Estimate: AUD$ 500.00

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Item was sold for: $1,450.00