Details For Cover ID# 28348

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Cover Type: Foreign (other)
Entered by: dwsnow
Added on:Aug 7, 19
Edited on:Aug 7, 19
 
Postmark: Aug 14, 1871
Origin: Zombor, HUNGARY
Destination: Pest, HUNGARY
 
Description:

Hungary 1871 lithographed 5 kr rose  (Scott #3, Michel #3a), horizontal strip of three (Types IX-VIII-VII) on registered cover to Pest, neatly tied by Zombor 14 Aug 71 circular datestamps (Gudlin = 80 points), reverse with Pest arrival cds. A scarce and attractive franking.

"Ajanlott Sz" handstamp (Hungarian: Registered). The "Sz" is Hungarian for "Szám" (Number) with manuscript "615" registry number. 10 kr registration fee plus 5 kr uniform domestic letter rate = 15kr total postage.

Sombor (Hungarian: Zombor) is currently a city and the administrative center of the West Backa District in the autonomous province of Vojvodina, Serbia. It was part of Hungary until 1918, when Sombor became part of the Kingdom of Serbs, Croats and Slovenes, later known as the Kingdom of Yugoslavia.

Owner's ID: 2200
 
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For Sale? No
Stampless? No
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