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[*] posted on 8/14/2004 at 12:56
Postal rates Trident/Gomel


What was the postal rates for a registered letter sent locally in Gomel in 1918 during the trident period? And which period was the rate valid.
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[*] posted on 8/25/2004 at 08:00
Picture


Here comes a picture of the letter

Trident brev 100.jpg - 25kB
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[*] posted on 8/26/2004 at 12:56


I am no expert, but this one looks very philatelic...
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smile.gif posted on 8/31/2004 at 07:05


Very likely philatelic as the postmaster at Gomel was I seem to recall a philatelist. (I did have a name but it eludes me at the moment) Does it have a receiver cancel on the back?
Although many of the Gomel covers from this period are philatelic I have seen many that were actually sent through the mail and they are still well worth having as any mail of this time is far from plentiful.
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[*] posted on 9/2/2004 at 14:21


There is know cancellations on the back. I have seen for sale on eBay several similar covers.
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