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Título: Indian Postal Guide. No 63. January 1903. ...
Editorial: Supt Govt Printing, Calcutta
Año de publicación: 1903
Double leaf page, interleaved with tissue with mounted stamps with cancellation stamps (Coronation Durbar / DELHI / 1 JA 03 / 12 NOON / CENTRAL HEAD OFFICE). xxxii.283pp. Original pale blue textured card covers, with red ruling and imperial monogram of Edward VII in red and yellow, the binding has been covered with a trasparent tape and has faded manuscript numerals to the front cover and titling to the spine, internally quite a clean copy and the stamps remain in good condition, retaining the tissue guard between the two pages. A massive amount of information, including lists of all post offices, sub offices, etc., mail steamer sailings, foreign post, the bullock train, telegrams, etc. The stamps are Edwards VII definitives [3 pies green, 1 anna red, half Anna green], Victoria young head definitives [1 anna red, 1 anna maroon, 2 annas olive, 2a.6p blue, 3a orange, 6a olive, 8a purple, 12 a orange, 1 rupee green and red], Victoria Jubilee head definintives [3p red, 3p grey, larger size 2 r red and brown, 3r green and brown, 5r blue and purple]. Size: 8vo. N° de ref. de la librería 006745
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