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[*] posted on 10/2/2010 at 03:48
1926 judicial (?) correspondence - unusual label

Below is a cover posted on 23/10/1926 from ВЫТЕГРА, Leningrad to Leningrad (?). Franked at 38k with "small heads" (20k + 18k). Attached on the cover a rectangular label, on cream paper, perfed and bearing a large red P. On the back of the cover a form (Avid de Reception?) appears to have been attached presumably detached upon receipt.

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1. What kind of correspondence is this? What is the meaning of the notation at upper right?
2. What is the purpose of the label and the meaning of the letter "P"?
3. Does the postage paid correspond to a heavier weight letter or to a special rate?

Any help would be greatly appreciated!

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