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Postal mark or censor mark 1914-1918 ?
Hi,
on this PS postcard one can find three postmarks which are very interesting and which were appl ...
8/20/2006 at 06:20
by: tbeberger
Academy for Philately
Hi,
another well known Academy for Philately - at least for collectors of French philately and pos ...
8/11/2006 at 08:17
by: tbeberger
Registered letter into a zemstvo
Thanks for the reply.
Does Ryabitskii mean now simply "postmaster" or was it the name of a particul ...
1/17/2006 at 13:59
by: tbeberger
Registered letter into a zemstvo
Hi,
need your help regarding the attached registered letter. It was obviously mailed in Morchansk ...
1/16/2006 at 16:47
by: tbeberger
Closing money letters
Hi,
as far as I know money letters were handled the following way. They were given open to a post o ...
1/16/2006 at 16:19
by: tbeberger
3 * 4 = 12 ?
Hi,
it can be that the sender thought that he had to pay three times the postcard tariff for a pano ...
1/16/2006 at 16:13
by: tbeberger
Overseas tariffs 1875 - 1880
Thank you very much howard,
just to understand you correctly, the tariff to all members was 8 Kop., ...
9/7/2005 at 14:17
by: tbeberger
Overseas tariffs 1875 - 1880
Hi,
was there a special overseas tariff in Russia following the years of the UPU foundation, i.e. b ...
9/1/2005 at 13:22
by: tbeberger
Tariffs in the early civil war period
Hello,
in my collection I have two postal stationery postcards which seem to be totally overfranked ...
8/21/2005 at 11:55
by: tbeberger
Private Registry Books
Again you find nice examples in Harry von Hofmann's book about Russian registration and some scans o ...
4/16/2005 at 16:24
by: tbeberger
What tariff may this be?
This cover belonged obviously to a registered letter (3AKA3HOE) with a weight less than 1 Loth (1 be ...
4/16/2005 at 16:13
by: tbeberger
Cancellation experts, please
In his collection dealing with Odessa perfins (the OPK perfins shown on the webpage above) Ian Baill ...
4/16/2005 at 15:56
by: tbeberger
Numerator registration marks
What is shown above are so claeed Numerator postmarks

As part of the efforts of the Russian posta ...
4/16/2005 at 15:37
by: tbeberger
wohlgeboren
"Wohlgebohren" is a German word out of use for maybe 80 years. Difficult to translate but what comes ...
4/16/2005 at 15:29
by: tbeberger
The First Non-State Picture Postcard - censorship in SPB
Seems the first scan did not load.
12/20/2004 at 16:45
by: tbeberger
The First Non-State Picture Postcard - censorship in SPB
Here is the card.
12/20/2004 at 16:44
by: tbeberger
The First Non-State Picture Postcard - censorship in SPB
On the Rossica webpage one can find a nice accumulation of early picture postcards including the 189 ...
12/20/2004 at 16:41
by: tbeberger
Reference work Odessa
In between I have got a Xerox copy of the Kofman & Kalin booklet from Andrew Cronin, Editor of T ...
12/20/2004 at 16:15
by: tbeberger
Reference work Odessa
I am looking for this booklet:
Kofman & Kalin; The Odessa Post, 1998 or any other literature de ...
12/4/2004 at 15:49
by: tbeberger
Postmark with the letter "E" in a form not often seen
Here is another example from a 1899 registration mark (instead of a label)
12/4/2004 at 13:03
by: tbeberger
1899 registration labels in Moscow - cover 4
9/4/2004 at 12:46
by: tbeberger
1899 registration labels in Moscow - cover 3
9/4/2004 at 12:46
by: tbeberger
1899 registration labels in Moscow - cover 2
9/4/2004 at 12:44
by: tbeberger
1899 registration labels in Moscow - cover 1
9/4/2004 at 12:43
by: tbeberger
1899 registration labels in Moscow - scan1
This is the scan of the article.
9/4/2004 at 12:42
by: tbeberger
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