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POW that was not POW?
POW that was not POW hits it on the spot.
This is civilian internee mail and was not freed from pos ...
8/21/2010 at 08:24
by: Lacplesis
Current imperial russia experts?
Hovest does still expertizes on a privat base, but I would suggest you try to find some of his post ...
6/7/2010 at 01:15
by: Lacplesis
Cancellation help
It's "Bestellt" and is translated as "delivered" in this case. It's a strike from the delivering pos ...
6/5/2010 at 16:17
by: Lacplesis
Mongolia cancel?
Yes, I own a 7 r used Kharbin-Pristan in 1918.
4/24/2010 at 15:53
by: Lacplesis
Mongolia cancel?
I think stamplover wanted a comment on the vertically laid paper issue and the "late" date of use.
...
4/23/2010 at 12:39
by: Lacplesis
Vladisvostok Doplatit mark on 7k card
Yeah, sorry, I was thinking in the wrong direction...
Very, interesting item.
3/28/2010 at 01:16
by: Lacplesis
Vladisvostok Doplatit mark on 7k card
Possibly the due was not collected in russian currency?
3/26/2010 at 09:06
by: Lacplesis
POW postcard
I'm not that experienced with US postage due stamps use. Have they been precancled on sheet? Or why ...
2/26/2010 at 02:52
by: Lacplesis
Photo-telegraph
I just noticed the pantelegraph topic...

If this question is still open:
http://en.wikipedia.org ...
12/10/2009 at 08:57
by: Lacplesis
Photo-telegraph
@Gary

You are right. For public use, the technology had to wait for telephone lines.
I can reme ...
12/10/2009 at 03:07
by: Lacplesis
Multiple Post Wagon cancels on one item
A postcard from the transition time from round to oval tpo marks.
Stationary PC from 1904 with:
81 ...
10/25/2009 at 04:03
by: Lacplesis
Another unusual mute cancel
Since I have no Levin at hand, I can only fall back on the listing in Sovietsky Kollektioner 26.
Th ...
10/2/2009 at 02:16
by: Lacplesis
Another unusual mute cancel
[rquote=13239&tid=2372&author=David Jay]

The only explanation I know of for use of a mute ...
10/1/2009 at 02:01
by: Lacplesis
Probably, I shouldn't have...
G. Philak was a postcard (and book) publishing house at Tallinn.
9/2/2009 at 01:39
by: Lacplesis
Literature online to download and/or to read online
I have this one on my harddisk, but can't remember how I obtained it in the first place.
So if you ...
8/25/2009 at 02:33
by: Lacplesis
Combined postcard
Only a guess... Could be the membership numbers of a postcard exchange.
5/10/2009 at 11:53
by: Lacplesis
Combined postcard
... and we created some new on philaforum.de:
5/10/2009 at 02:07
by: Lacplesis
Combined postcard
The line on top reads "Rundreisekarte" = "round trip card".

I have a similar one, Esperanto relat ...
5/10/2009 at 01:57
by: Lacplesis
Holiday postcard rates question
Indeed a nice find! My russian is not good enough to get the full meaning, but I will ask my wife to ...
5/3/2009 at 04:50
by: Lacplesis
February 1921 Russia to Latvia
[rquote=12727&tid=2271&author=jlechtanski] Is it some kind of trade card or advertisement?[/ ...
4/28/2009 at 17:46
by: Lacplesis
Holiday postcard rates question
I will check out my postcards and post them as soon as I find the time.
4/28/2009 at 17:42
by: Lacplesis
February 1921 Russia to Latvia
Only an answer to #3:

Stainless Steel

4/28/2009 at 11:11
by: Lacplesis
Holiday postcard rates question
Well, yes and no...

In my collection the printed-matter rate greeting cards are all redesignated ...
4/24/2009 at 08:59
by: Lacplesis
Holiday postcard rates question
I can't find any details about the 1 kop holiday rate for postcards.
Please anyone be so kind to he ...
4/24/2009 at 07:23
by: Lacplesis
Baedeker and Murray Travel guides, etc. pre-1917
[rquote=12630&tid=2253&author=Gary]
That is a BIG order!. There are over 350 editions readi ...
4/18/2009 at 07:24
by: Lacplesis
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