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*Watermark : Italy No.1 (crown)
 
*Watermark : Italy No.1 (crown)
 
*Nominal value : 70 Cent. (Centesimi). 2 Lire
 
*Nominal value : 70 Cent. (Centesimi). 2 Lire
*Postal validity : to 31th Octobre 1926
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*Postal validity : to 31th Octobre 1926 <i>(both)</i>
 
*Designed by :  
 
*Designed by :  
 
:: Alberto Repettati <i>(70 C., design + engraving)</i>
 
:: Alberto Repettati <i>(70 C., design + engraving)</i>
 
:: N.Leoni <i>(2 Lire, design)</i>, Alberto Repettati <i>(2 Lire, engraving)</i>  
 
:: N.Leoni <i>(2 Lire, design)</i>, Alberto Repettati <i>(2 Lire, engraving)</i>  
 
*Printery : "Officina carte valori", Turin
 
*Printery : "Officina carte valori", Turin
*Print Process : letterpress printing</i>
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*Print Process : letterpress printing<
 
*Perforations : comb perforation, K 14
 
*Perforations : comb perforation, K 14
*Print Run : 90,000 in sheets à 50 stamps <i>(both)</>
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*Print Run : 90,000 in sheets à 50 stamps <i>(both stamps each)</i>
 
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Express stamps of 1925<br />
 
Express stamps of 1925<br />

Latest revision as of 12:43, 10 November 2019

  • Edition : "Poste del Regno d'Italia", express stamps of 1925 ; issue of 2 stamp
  • Issue Dates : February 1925 (2 L.) or June 1925 (70 C.)
  • Catalogue numbers : Michel No. 213+228; Yvert & Tellier: No. E7+E10; Scott No. E4+E7
  • Color : red, red/blue
  • Watermark : Italy No.1 (crown)
  • Nominal value : 70 Cent. (Centesimi). 2 Lire
  • Postal validity : to 31th Octobre 1926 (both)
  • Designed by :
Alberto Repettati (70 C., design + engraving)
N.Leoni (2 Lire, design), Alberto Repettati (2 Lire, engraving)
  • Printery : "Officina carte valori", Turin
  • Print Process : letterpress printing<
  • Perforations : comb perforation, K 14
  • Print Run : 90,000 in sheets à 50 stamps (both stamps each)


Express stamps of 1925

Michel No. 228, 70 C., postmarked in Gorizia, 29 Sep 1925
Michel No. 213, 2 L.. postmarked

70 C.: The stamp motive shows a frontal effigy of King Victor Emanuel III of Italy in standing oval. The depicted stamp is postmarked in Gorizia, 29.09.1925 (Gorizia in Italy, ex-Austria-Hungary; German name "Görz;, a border town to the contemporary Slovenia; this town is parted since the end of the WWII in an Italian part and in an Slovenian (ex-Yugoslavian) part). 2 L.: The stamp motive shows a side effigy of King Victor Emanuel III of Italy in standing oval (type Leoni).