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I can answer queries related to Postal History of Kingdom of Sardinia until 1850 ( prephilatelic era) and French occupation of Italy (depart. Conquis).

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Involved in prephilatelic activities since 15 years. I have actively participated in National Philatelic Exhibitions . Writing articles of postal history for various philatelic journals.

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2015-05-20 1841 entire London to Genoa:

Hi Winston,  thank you for question;  The postal rate on front is 22 ( decimi di lira or 2 lire e 20 centesimi) and is a payment for French and Sardinian rates according the 1838 convention. For me the

2014-08-15 italy #23:

Dear Ofer,   Your stamp is part of the issue of 1868 Papal States ( not Italy at the time ).The print on the back is nothing more than part of the album when it was attacked.   On the Italian market, in

2011-03-22 1846 Folded Letter - Milano to Genoa:

I John, first of all sorry for my bad english!  The 10 in the corner is the weight of cover ( 10 grammi) and 16 is the rate payed in Genova( 16 decimi di lira or 16 decimes of lira)  The red ARF ( Autriche

2009-04-22 Italy Stamp:

Dear Eric,  this is a stamp from Kingdom of Sardinia ( a old Italians state )issued in 1858. Sorry but conditions of stamp are very bad ( corner missed)...and not is  possible the valuations.  Best wished

2009-03-17 French Covers:

Hello Nagpal,  the translation is very simple:    - Cover from Odessa (Russia) to Paris  - on the left: postal mark " 1863 Odessa"  - on the right: aus russland eisen - dahnpost buro v. ( from the    

 

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