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Domestic Mail (5): “San Juan de los Remedios”

This folded letter was written October 24, 1833, and bears the postmark of San Juan de los Remedios struck in red. This particular postmark is known struck in red during the period 1823 through 1837.

Note that the figures “1 1/2” are written in manuscript at upper right. This is the amount of postage due from the addressee in Havana, 1 1/2 reales.

San Juan de los Remedios postmark
Tome I, number 8: San Juan de los Remedios to Havana, 24 October 1833.

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