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An object cancel, a lion on a stamp with a lion in the design.
Not exactly a stamp dealer's cover, but close. This one is from a popular first day cover maker, Cachet Craft. Also show is a earlier ad...
issued April 1st,1988
Makes sense. Although, I trust circular in this case refers to a type of mailings (ads, flyers, "junk mail" etc) rather than a round room....
Possibly 'Circular Room' - quite similar to the example in Cancellations and Killer of the Banknote Era by Cole.
Sent June 3rd,1970 this letter is franked correctly with 3.50 Schilling.
An Ecuadorian cancel from Ibarra. Can anyone tell me what the abbreviation "Aumon" in Aumon. de Correos stands for?
A recent acquisition for my Cancels on Stamps collection, taken from an APS sales circuit book. St. Georges, Bermuda, January 24, 1969....
A Belgian semi-postal with the "No Sunday delivery" label still attached. This is the 1911 overprint, Sc. B16.
After looking at the...
A nice bold strike on Hungary, Sc. 384, but, alas, it is upside down. I have often wondered why Hungarian cancels from this period leave...
Here is a close cousin to bullseyes, object cancels. This one from the Netherlands showing a postman with letter in hand.
A slogan cancel that includes a clear image of Santa Claus and a postman.
From an accumulation of low denomination early US I purchased some time ago.
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