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Domestic Mail (7): “Habana”

Another example of the Baeza postmark*, this time on a letter posted from Havana on June 27, 1851, addressed to Puerto Príncipe.

Note the handstamped “2,” meaning 2 reales postage due were required from the addressee.

*Go to Domestic Mail (6) to read bout the Baeza postmark

"Baeza" type Havana postmark
Tome I, number 14: Havana to Puerto Príncipe, 27 June 1851.

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