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Letter to Switzerland in 1849
I have a letter sent from Grodno January 21, 1849 to Switzerland. The letter has several cancellatio ...
8/28/2010 at 14:50
by: eja1703
Parcel to USA in 1926
For the shown parcel card I am interested in information about the rate (weight progression and peri ...
8/11/2010 at 14:59
by: eja1703
Where can I buy this book?
Is it anyone that knowes where I can by the book "The Russian (Soviet Union) Red Army Field & Na ...
4/21/2010 at 14:29
by: eja1703
Number 2 used abroad on ebay?????
The "11" mark on the front is an french accounting mark thar means 11 decimes, and as far as I know ...
8/31/2009 at 16:07
by: eja1703
Earliest use of Romanov Jubilee issue
1 January 1913 was on a Tuesday after the Julian calendar which Russia used in 1913, after the Grego ...
7/24/2008 at 12:09
by: eja1703
Rates and route
From an article in BJRP I have found that for unpaid letters to France from Poland and Russia, Franc ...
6/30/2008 at 12:44
by: eja1703
Rates and route
See the next post.
Jeff, just remove this post!
3/9/2008 at 16:03
by: eja1703
The rear side


3/9/2008 at 16:01
by: eja1703
Rates and route
Anybody who can give information about the rate, route and different cancellation on the shown lette ...
3/9/2008 at 16:01
by: eja1703
Rates and route
Anybody who can give information about the rate, route and different cancellation on the shown lette ...
3/9/2008 at 15:59
by: eja1703
Ukrainian Trident in Belarus
I have some letters from places in Belarus franked with ukrainian Trident stamps, and shagiv stamps. ...
12/8/2007 at 17:16
by: eja1703
The rear side of the letter.


9/9/2007 at 08:22
by: eja1703
Insured letter from Pinsk to Wien, 1869
I have some questions about this letter.
How is the rates calculated and when was they valid?
Whi ...
9/9/2007 at 08:20
by: eja1703
Letter from Minsk to Berlin in 1870, postal rate?
The shown letter is sent from Minsk to Berlin 19/7-1870. I have several questions about this letter. ...
4/2/2007 at 06:44
by: eja1703
The rear side of the letter
4/2/2007 at 06:38
by: eja1703
A heavy letter with a lot of stamps
Here comes a letter with a total of 100 kopek. 20 stamps, 2 kopek, on the front and 23 stamps on the ...
4/2/2007 at 06:38
by: eja1703
Mogilev Gubernia
6/12/2005 at 13:59
by: eja1703
Here comes no. 3
6/12/2005 at 13:57
by: eja1703
Let's try a parcel card
Accordning to the writing on the parcel card was it required with 4 custom declaration forms, see th ...
4/22/2005 at 09:27
by: eja1703
Let's try a parcel card
The UPU rate for parcels was from 1 October 1881, 50 centimes to each country the parcel went thru a ...
4/21/2005 at 16:50
by: eja1703
Scan of the one from Kosovo
4/20/2005 at 16:21
by: eja1703
Telegraphic money orders
I have three telegraphic money orders from 1908, 1911 and 1914. The first is sent from Slonim with 1 ...
4/20/2005 at 16:20
by: eja1703
Rear side of the letter
4/20/2005 at 16:06
by: eja1703
Insured letter to Demark
The letter is sent from Disna to Denmark 30/8-1915. The insurance value is 6 rubles. The total posta ...
4/20/2005 at 16:05
by: eja1703
Scan of the rear side
4/8/2005 at 14:40
by: eja1703
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