COVERS, LETTERS OF LOMBARDY AND VENETIA, INCLUDING THE REPUBLIC OF VENICE AS WELL AS PROVINCES SUCH AS PAVIA, MILAN, COMO, CREMONA, PADOVA, MESTRE, UDINE, VERONA, VICENZA, TREVISO

COVERS, LETTERS OF LOMBARDY AND VENETIA, INCLUDING THE REPUBLIC OF VENICE AS WELL AS PROVINCES SUCH AS PAVIA, MILAN, COMO, CREMONA, PADOVA, MESTRE, UDINE, VERONA, VICENZA, TREVISO

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 ITALY FRANCE MILAN TO FRENCH POSTMASTER IN ROME 1805
Country: PAPAL STATES
Condition: ITALY FRANCE MILAN TO FRENCH POSTMASTER IN ROME 1805
Description: 1805 Entire Letter from MILANO to Rome to GIUSEPPE ANTONIO MOLTEDO DIRETTORE DELLA POSTA DI FRANCIA (POSTMASTER OF THE FRENCH POST OFFICE IN ROME) most unusual, fascinating, not to say rare item signed by noted expert Dr. Migliavacca
Price: $80.00
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1701 - LYON TO BERGAMO VIA SWITZERLAND DUE TO SPANISH SUCCESSION WAR
Country: LOMBARDY VENETIA
Condition: 1701 - LYON TO BERGAMO VIA SWITZERLAND DUE TO SPANISH SUCCESSION WAR
Description: FROM DR. MIGLIAVACCA'S CERTIFICATE: -- FRANCE – 11 January 1701, entire letter from LYON to a merchant at Bergamo (Republic of Venice). The address side of the letter shows a red crayon mark indicating postage paid at destination for delivery from the Swiss border. Red crayon marks and postal rates are typical of the Republic of Venice. The verso shows remnants of the dry seal that secured the two joining portions of the folded letter sheet. The letter was delivered by the Lyon couriers, routed via Switzerland, Geneva, Bellinzona, and Chiavenna. The traditional route via Piedmont and Milan was discontinued due to a realistic threat of hostilities stemming from the impending War of Spanish Succession. The unusually long text deals with bales of fabric that reached Lyon. The agent of the Bergamo merchant points out that one of the bales suffered from water damage due to poor packaging, it was however sold at a reduced price. In concluding, the agent elaborates about the market situation.   I have examined the above captioned letter, the address side of which is photographically reproduced* here. In my opinion, the document is genuine in all respects and in fine condition. I initialled it “GM” in pencil————— This certificate is printed on acid-free High Security paper with features that may partially show if photocopied or scanned, including microprint, watermark, hidden pantograph, erasure protection etc.  
Price: $395.00
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1847 ENTIRE LETTER FROM BOTZEN CALDARO
Country: AUSTRIA
Condition: 1847 ENTIRE LETTER FROM BOTZEN CALDARO
Description: From Caldaro -- transit mark on back TRIENT, postal rate "6" -- signed by postal history expert Dr Migliavacca
Price: $30.00
Item Id #002315    See Details...
POSTAL HISTORY OF ITALY & EUROPE RENAISSANCE
Country: ITALY
Condition: RENAISSANCE POSTS ITALY & EUROPE
Description: POSTAL HISTORY OF ITALY & EUROPE RENAISSANCE NEW NEW POSTAL COMMUNICATIONS DURING THE RENAISSANCE IN EUROPE ************** SIMONE TASSO E LE POSTE DI MILANO NEL RINASCIMENTO ************ SIMON TAXIS AND THE POSTS OF THE STATE OF MILAN DURING THE RENAISSANCE ************* By Giorgio Migliavacca & Tarcisio Bottani -- 1st Edition, May 2008 -- HARD BOUND, COLOR DUST JACKET -- 238 pages, 8" x 12", illustrations throughout, mostly in color -- In Italian and English -- This book deals with the creation of a modern postal service in Italy and Europe. A fast and reliable postal service that also served private citizens and businessmen was introduced by the Taxis family in the early 1500s. Simon Taxis was one of the top three members of the family and his great contribution to the creation of a modern postal system is discussed in great detail in this exceedingly interesting book. The efficiency and speed of the postal system created by the Taxis remained unchallenged until the introduction of the train in the 1800s. ************ Scholars and researchers of postal history and postal communications, and historians in general, will find this volume extremely useful as it unearths a huge amount of new research and information not only at an Italian level but at a European level with emphasis on FRANCE * GERMANY * SPAIN * BELGIUM * AUSTRIA ******* From the foreword to this impressive volume we quote: *** FOREWORD *** The Taxis postal empire that began in the 14th century in northern Italy flourished in the social and cultural transformations of the Renaissance. Timely, reliable communication – the hallmark of the Taxis system and a transformative force throughout history – still underpins civilization in the 21st century. During the Renaissance and in the ensuing centuries, the Taxis system spread throughout Europe and the family's rise to the highest ranks of nobility made them prominent personages in the history of their respective countries. Thanks to research by European scholars during the last 120 years, the Taxis family boasts a rich bibliography. During the last decades of the 20th century, the growing popularity of postal history generated greater interest and the information gathered by earlier scholars has been supplemented by new research in archival sources. The book you hold in your hands is the result of just such new, in-depth research carried out by the co-authors in archives in Italy, Spain, France, Belgium, Germany, and Austria over a span of three decades. In 1991, under the auspices of the local municipality, a Taxis Postal History and History Museum was opened at Cornello dei Tasso, near Bergamo – the cradle of the dynasty. The Cornello museum has gathered a remarkable quantity of documentation on the Taxis family – as postmasters general, art collectors, and members of the European nobility – that makes clear their vital and varied contributions to economic life, culture, religion, and diplomacy. Torquato Tasso, a relative of Simon Taxis and best known for his epic Jerusalem Delivered, remains to this day at the pinnacle of Italian poetry. Among its many praiseworthy initiatives, the Cornello museum has been instrumental in publishing an impressive series of volumes on major personalities of the Taxis family. The museum has also established an ongoing cultural collaboration with the princely family of Thurn und Taxis, who own and oversee a prestigious postal museum at Regensburg. With its array of detail on rates and routes and relationships, this new volume brings to life the colorful, challenging world of the Taxis postal couriers in the 16th century. **** Bill Welch *** THIS IS A MUST HAVE bibliophile publication. *** VERY HEAVY BOOK TO SHIP
Price: $90.00
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1689 ENTIRE LETTER FROM VENICE TO GANDINO (BERGAMO)
Country: ITALY
Condition: VENICE TO GANDINO 1689 June
Description: 22 June 1689 * entire letter from Venice with much interesting information. VERY EARLY DATE FOR A LETTER SENT TO THIS DESTINATION. Overally quality: FINE - signed by postal history expert Dr. Migliavacca
Price: $85.00
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1842 OCCHIOBELLO TO FERRARA WRAPPER form I R PRETURA
Country: LOMBARDY VENETIA
Condition: 1842 OCCHIOBELLO TO FERRARA WRAPPER form I R PRETURA
Description: FANCY FREE FRANK mark I. R. PRETURA / DI / OCCHIOBELLO -- SOVRACOPERTA senza testo - WRAPPER no text
Price: $10.00
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1852 FRANCE LYON TO BERGAMO
Country: LOMBARDY VENETIA
Condition: 1852 FRANCE LYON TO BERGAMO
Description: Entire Letter - 1852 - LYON cds and BERGAMO date stamp on back, opens well for display -- signed by postal history expert Dr Migliavacca
Price: $22.00
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1828 VENICE PASSPORT FOR MARQUIS CAVALLI OPERA IMPRESARIO
Condition: 1828 VENICE PASSPORT FOR MARQUIS CAVALLI OPERA IMPRESARIO
Description: 8 July 1828: PASSPORT issued IN THE NAME OF HIS MAJESTY THE MOST AUGUST EMPEROR FRANCIS I KING OF HUNGARY, BOHEMIA AND LOMBARDY VENETIA, ARCHDUKE OF AUSTRIA to MARQUIS FRANCESCO MARIA CAVALLI, Knight of the Polish Order of St Stanislaus; giving him pass to go to SENIGALLIA (Papal States) with his domestic worker Giovanni Miall; valdity 3 Months *** Beautiful embossed dry seal of the EARL OF SPAUR, PRESIDENT OF THE IMPERIAL ROYAL GOVERNMENT OF THE VENETIAN PROVINCES, signed by him and co-signed by the General Chief of Police, and countersigned by Secretaries to the Authorities. As an extraordinary sign of respect no personal and phisiognomy details of the Marquis are filled in in the appropriate section at left. This extremely attractive Passport is endorsed on the back at transit and arrival points and most often hand stamped with official hand stamps including: CONSOLATO GENERALE PONTIFICIO IN VENICE (oval hand stamp featuring St Peter's Crossed Keys and the Three-tiered Papal Tiara); similar oval hand stamp FERRARA POLIZIA DELLA LEGAZIONE, and additional stampers for BOLOGNA, ROVIGO, VALLICE. *** The Marquis returned to Venice after 19 August. SENIGALLIA was well established as an attractive destination for Opera Lovers because it had more than one theatre; the peak season was Carnival (from Boxing Day to early Spring). At this time (1828) a new theatre called LA FENICE was under construction. Ancestors of the Cavalli dynasty were instrumental in promoting music and opera in Venice and Senigallia. MARQUIS CAVALLI was the IMPRESARIO of the prestigious SAN MOISE THEATRE IN VENICE; he protected primadonnas and was a friend of ROSSINI whose early operas premiered at the San Moise, including masterpieces such as: SIGNOR BRUSCHINO, CAMBIALE DI MATRIMONIO, INGANNO FELICE, EQUIVOCO STRAVAGANTE, and SCALA DI SETA *** Overall condition of the document is very, very fine for this type of ephemera. The document is in one piece (of course), well preserved -- creases caused by folding the travel document and some imperfections are to be expected for this type of memorabilia. *** AMAZINGLY IMPRESSIVE, UNIQUE, AND HIGHLY DESIRABLE!!
Price: $250.00
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1832 VENICE PASSPORT FOR PROFESSOR OF ITALIAN ELOQUENCE PIER ALESSANDRO PARAVIA
Condition: 1832 VENICE PASSPORT FOR PROFESSOR OF ITALIAN ELOQUENCE PIER ALESSANDRO PARAVIA
Description: 12 October 1832 - PASSPORT issued IN THE NAME OF HIS MAJESTY THE MOST AUGUST EMPEROR FRANCIS I KING OF HUNGARY, BOHEMIA AND LOMBARDY VENETIA, ARCHDUKE OF AUSTRIA to ITALIAN ELOQUENCE PROFESSOR PIER ALESSANDRO PARAVIA for his trip to TURIN (Torino) *** Beautiful embossed dry seal of the EARL OF SPAUR, PRESIDENT OF THE IMPERIAL ROYAL GOVERNMENT OF THE VENETIAN PROVINCES, signed by him and co-signed by BARON PASCOTINIZ. As an extraordinary sign of respect no personal and phisiognomy details of Professor Paravia are filled in in the appropriate section at left. Amazingly enough the document is not co-signed by the General Chief of Police. Most importantly Paravia's signature is placed in the appropriate section at lower left, just above the dry seal. The verso shows a plethora of well struck hand stamps such as: MILAN - VISA OF THE IMPERIAL ROYAL GENERAL DIRECTORATE OF POLICE -- a similar one for VERONA where the document was officially repaired by the authorities (evidence of this is their hand stamps over the patches) -- border with Kingdom of Sardinia Police Quarters at BOFFALORA -- KINGDOM OF SARDINIA CONSULATE IN MILAN with crowned Coat of Arms, beautifully struck; stamped and signed in Turin by the AUSTRIAN CONSULATE IN TORINO; stamped and signed at the ROYAL SECRETARIAT OF THE FOREIGN OFFICE OF THE KINGDOM OF SARDINIA in Torino; then below at lower left corner a most beautiful strike of red oval hand stamp ROYAL GOVERNMENT IN TORINO - PASSPORT OFFICE (SAVOY EAGLE HOLDING SAVOY SHIELD) -- plus unusual border hand stamp CARABINIERI REALI PRESSO IL PONTE TICINO at SAN MARTINO SICCOMARIO (repeated at bottom right corner); and POLIZIA GENERALE COMANDO DI NOVARA (crowned Savoy Coat of Arms) ***** Pier Alessandro Paravia (1797 - 1857) was an Italian writer, scholar, philanthropist and professor of Italian eloquence at the University of Turin. Born in Zadar, he grew up in Venice. In 1818 he graduated in law at Padua and served in Venice as a state official for twelve years, until 1832 when he was called to the chair of Eloquence of the Faculty of Philosophy at the University of Turin. He had already published biographies of writers and artists, and a popular translation of the Letters of Pliny the Younger. In Torino he commenced an even more prolific period, in which he wrote studies on Torquato Tasso and Ariosto; essays on Provençal literature and even Chinese novels (which he was one of the first to study in Italy). In addition to literature, he was also interested in history and politics. Paravia was monitored by the Austro-Hungarians, owing to his fondness of Italian patriotic ideals *** Overall condition of the document is fine for this type of ephemera. The document is in one piece (of course), well preserved -- creases caused by folding the travel document and some imperfections are to be expected for this type of memorabilia. The contemporary patches and repairs were done carefully by the authorities and are not disfiguring. Most of the hand stamps are clearly struck...a rare occurrence *** AMAZINGLY IMPRESSIVE, UNIQUE, AND HIGHLY DESIRABLE!!
Price: $250.00
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LOMBARDY VENETIA CREMA TO BORGHETTO 1831
Country: LOMBARDY VENETIA
Condition: CREMA TO BORGHETTO 1831
Description: 14 AUGUST 1831 ENTIRE LETTER (lettera con testo) from CREMA (red boxed) to BORGHETTO , showing oval CONGREGAZIONE MUNICIPALE DELLA REGIA CITTA' DI CREMA - overall very fine - signed by Dr. Migliavacca
Price: $15.00
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WRAPPER to Reggio (Modena) MILANO datestamp + rectangular AFFRTA FRONTIERA
Country: LOMBARDY VENETIA
Condition: WRAPPER to Reggio (Modena) MILANO datestamp + rectangular AFFRTA FRONTIERA
Description: sovracoperta -- no date but 1840s -- AFFRANCATA FRONTIERA (paid to the border) - wrapper no text - REGGIO arrival datestamp on back
Price: $14.00
Item Id #010794    See Details...
1832  LONIGO oval + I R PRETURA DI LONIGO to VICENZA
Country: LOMBARDY VENETIA
Condition: 1832 LONIGO oval + I R PRETURA DI LONIGO to VICENZA
Description: Entire Letter
Price: $11.00
Item Id #010795    See Details...
NEW NEW NEW EDITION: THE POSTAL HISTORY OF LOMBARDY UNDER AUSTRIAN RULE: 1707-1796 -- by Giorgio Migliavacca
Country: ITALY
Condition: LOMBARDY UNDER AUSTRIA 1707-1796
Description: NEW NEW NEW EDITION: THE POSTAL HISTORY OF LOMBARDY UNDER AUSTRIAN RULE: 1707-1796 -- by Giorgio Migliavacca *************** 64 pages - beautifully illustrated throughout LARGE FORMAT 8 inches x 11 inches - in English - fantastic INDEX, Huge Bibliography, MANY MAPS Limited Edition of 100 copies, most copies have been placed to subscribers!!! already **** FROM Dr. McCann's FOREWORD **** This book fills a major gap in the published literature on the postal history of Northern Italy during the 1700s. Drawing on research published in the early 1980s in Italy, Switzerland, England and USA, Giorgio Migliavacca offers here a more comprehensive look at the postal history of Lombardy under Austrian rule. The main body of this research, was published by the Postal History Journal in 1983-1984, and was favourably reviewed in The London Philatelist two years later. It has now been augmented here by the first-ever Chronology of the Posts in Lombardy from 200 BC to 1800 AD, as well as a very informative Timeline of major historical developments affecting Milan and its territory from 1700 to 1800. New illustrations have been added and the reader can now benefit from a more complete picture of a very important but little known chapter of Italian postal history. Since the days of Charles V, Milan had been deemed the key to the Italian peninsula and the richest city in all of Italy, which was itself then the richest country in Europe. During the 172 years of Spanish rule that followed the economy witnessed a steady deterioration, but the strategic and postal pre-eminence of Milan had not lost its lustre. In 1706 Milan entered Vienna’s orbit and, apart from the traumatizing Napoleonic interlude, was to remain in it until 1859. What the author tells is the result of a thorough investigation based on documentation in the Italian and other European Archives, and on a wide range of unusual literary references. Although this book focuses on postal communications it also provides the reader vivid insights into socio-economic and political aspects of the day-to-day life of the people of the Lombardy region during the 1700s. The introduction of postmarks, the postal and administrative reforms, the postal relations and agreements with nearby states are discussed with a wealth of details disclosing much information never published before. A large section is devoted to postal communications in times of epidemics and public health precautions and measures affecting communications in general. Special emphasis is placed on health passports. Previously unpublished and hitherto unavailable data on the subject is divulged here for the first time. The narrative, which is lively but historically verified, is full of stories which should interest even the general reader. For example, a nobleman living on a tiny island in Lake Maggiore wanted the courier to pick up his mail. Having his request refused, Count Federico Borromeo recruited a rogue Captain to threaten the courier. In another incident, Marquis Antonio Maria Melzi interfered with and actually censored the mails for almost twenty years. In fact, he was an undercover spy for Vienna, even reporting on the private correspondence of the Governors of Milan. From the newly added Postal Chronology the reader will learn about many significant postal developments. In compiling this specific section the author has revised, updated, incorporated and expanded research published by himself and leading Italian scholars in recent years, most notably Clemente Fedele, Franco Filanci, Vito Salierno and Bruno Caizzi. The Chronology further benefits from original research carried out by the Author some twenty-five years ago at the State Archive of Milan where he studied documents of the Postal Archive of Lombardy. These, together with similar documentation retrieved from Spanish archives will form the basis of a new book in Italian by Migliavacca. The appendixes focus on postal rates; coins used in Lombardy in the 1700s; and the 1785 postal agreement with the Republic of Venice (transcribed in its entirety, in its first-ever English translation). A very useful index, a list of additional sources, and a select bibliography complete this book. Famous historians such as James West Davidson and Mark Hamilton Lytle wrote that “being courier to the past is not enough; for better or worse, historians inescapably leave an imprint as they go about their business: asking interesting questions about apparently dull facts, seeing connections between subjects that had not seemed related before, shifting and rearranging evidence until it assumes a coherent pattern. The past is not history: only the raw material of it.” *** Peter P. McCann, PhD, FRPSL Vice President, FIP
Price: $49.00
Item Id #009796    See Details...
AUSTRIA LOMBARDY VENETIA POSTS & TELEGRAPHS Melillo
Country: LOMBARDY VENETIA
Condition: AUSTRIA LOMBARDY VENETIA POSTS & TELEGRAPHS Melillo
Description: ENRICO MELILLO POSTE E TELEGRAFI NEL REGNO LOMBARDO VENETO 1800-1860 1970s Reprint due to some problematic originals 2 or 3 pages of the reprint are not the best but quite readable (no returns for this reason) IN ITALIAN 20 pages with some illustrations USED WITH MINOR AGEING
Price: $24.00
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AUSTRIA ITALY LOMBARDY VENETIA CAPELLARO COLLECTION
Country: LOMBARDY-VENETIA
Condition: AUSTRIA ITALY LOMBARDY VENETIA CAPELLARO COLLECTION
Description: LOMBARDY-VENETIA FIRST ISSUE: THE CAPELLARO COLLECTION LOMBARDO-VENETIEN—CENTESIMI AUSGABE: DIE CAPELLARO COLLECTION LOMBARDO-VENETO PRIMA EMISSIONE: LA COLLEZIONE CAPELLARO 260 pp. - 600 illustrations FULL COLOR— HARDBOUND DELUXE, LAVISH PRODUCTION in ITALIAN * ENGLISH * GERMAN La Collezione Emil Capellaro e’ a dir poco leggendaria: fu formata negli anni 70 e 80 quando le maggiori collezioni di Lombardo Veneto furono vendute sia privatamente che all’asta. Tra le acquisizioni importanti che Capellaro fece in quegli anni rientra la raffinata collezione di uno studioso di Pavia. Vengono qui presentati tutti i pezzi (oltre 600) della collezione Capellaro. La presentazione e’ divisa nel modo tradizionale: Francobolli Tipo, Multipli, varieta’ ecc. — ANNULLAMENTI—AFFRANCATURE— AFFRANCATURE MISTE—MARCHE DA BOLLO USATE PER POSTA—SEGNATASSE PER GIORNALI The legendary Capellaro Collection was formed in the 1970s and ‘80s when some of the major Lombardy Venetia collections came on the market, including the famous Rivolta collection. Capellaro also bought extremely impressive collections of Lombardy Venetia directly from specialists, these include an outstanding Lombardy Venetia collection formed in the 1930s-50s by a Pavia collector. The entire Capellaro collection is presented here (over 600 breathtaking items) in the traditional manner: 1st Issues, Various Denominations: varieties, multiples etc; CANCELLATIONS—FRANKINGS—MIXED FRANKINGS—REVENUE STAMPS POSTALLY USED—POSTAGE DUE FOR NEWSPAPERS -- A MUST HAVE BOOK
Price: $92.00     Sale Price! $69.00
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 ITALY LOMBARDY CREMA I.R. SCALPELLATO
Country: LOMBARDY VENETIA
Condition: ITALY LOMBARDY CREMA I.R. SCALPELLATO
Description: 22 SEPTEMBER 1848 LETTERA COMPLETA DI TESTO * ENTIRE LETTER Wreathed Circle CHIPPED * SCALPELLATO I.R. REMOVED DURING THE 1848-9 UPRISING * I.R. SCALPELLATO PRETURA DI CREMA SCALPELLATO lettere I.R. rimosse poi aggiunte a penna IMPERIAL ROYAL (I.R.) chipped off and after the war "I" handwritten CREMA straight line date Very Interesting Item of the RARE UPRISING ERA Signed by noted expert Dr. Migliavacca
Price: $46.00
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 ITALY LOMBARDY UNDER AUSTRIAN RULE 1710 TO SALE
Country: LOMBARDY VENETIA
Condition: ITALY LOMBARDY UNDER AUSTRIAN RULE 1710 TO SALE
Description: 2 APRIL 1710 Entire letter Lettera completa di Testo From Milan to Sale, Piedmont, Kingdom of Sardinia Surviving mail from the early 1700s is quite rare Certificate by noted expert Dr. Migliavacca - Certificato Dr. Migliavacca
Price: $85.00
Item Id #008032    See Details...
1695 LETTER FROM VIENNA TO GANDINO BERGAMO early letter
Country: AUSTRIA
Condition: 1695 LETTER FROM VIENNA TO GANDINO BERGAMO early letter
Description: March 1695 Entire Letter from VIENNA to GANDINO with 3 full pages of text relating to the birth of Giovanelli's male son, properties in Rimini, and a litigation on inheritance Address side stained, possibly for mail disinfection rare letter of the late 1600s from VIENNA one wax seal is 70% intact
Price: $99.00
Item Id #005985    See Details...
August 1650 LETTER FROM BERGAMO rare
Country: LOMBARDY VENETIA
Condition: August 1650 LETTER FROM BERGAMO rare
Description: Entire Letter with text, in fine condition from BERGAMO, August 1650 - rare early date
Price: $74.00
Item Id #005986    See Details...
ITALY FRANCE 1680 VENICE TO LILLE FLANDERS COURIER rare FLANDERS COURIER MAIL
Condition: ITALY FRANCE 1680 VENICE TO LILLE FLANDERS COURIER rare FLANDERS COURIER MAIL
Description: FLANDERS COURIER VENICE to LILLE by way of the FLANDERS COURIER Entire Letter 8 October 1680 Postage Paid "3" Patar Docketed 28 October on arrival most impressive and scarce item signed by noted expert Dr Migliavacca
Price: $160.00
Item Id #008034    See Details...
LOMBARDY VENETIA AUSTRIA ITALY 1848 POSTS DECREE rare
Country: LOMBARDY VENETIA
Condition: LOMBARDY VENETIA AUSTRIA ITALY 1848 POSTS DECREE rare
Description: 1848: RARE BILINGUAL DECREE ABOUT THE POSTAL SERVICE DURING THE FIRST WAR OF INDEPENDENCE 1848 RARO MANIFESTO BILINGUE del 3 Ottobre concernente i costi dei noleggi dei legni alle truppe - molto interessante documento postale del periodo della Prima Guerra d'Indipendenza
Price: $29.00
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LOMBARDY AUSTRIA 1853 CORTEOLONA S. ANGELO rare
Country: LOMBARDY VENETIA
Condition: LOMBARDY AUSTRIA 1853 CORTEOLONA S. ANGELO rare
Description: Entire Letter from SANT'ANGELO TO CORTEOLONA - CASALPUSTERLENGO straight line transit mark on back flaps
Price: $16.00
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LOMBARDY VENETIA BERGAMO 1856 COMANDO DI PIAZZA
Country: LOMBARDY VENETIA
Condition: LOMBARDY VENETIA BERGAMO 1856 COMANDO DI PIAZZA
Description: HANDWRITTEN IMPERIAL REGIO COMANDO MILITARE DI PIAZZA BERGAMO cds Signed by Expert Dr Migliavacca
Price: $15.00
Item Id #008037    See Details...
LOMBARDY VENETIA NEWSPAPER 1841 BRESCIA I.R. SPED
Country: LOMBARDY VENETIA
Condition: LOMBARDY VENETIA NEWSPAPER 1841 BRESCIA I.R. SPED
Description: GAZZETTA PROVINCIALE DI BRESCIA 26 DECEMBER 1841 complete edition, no pages missing Edizione completa Double Circle: I.R. SPEDIZIONE DELLE GAZZETTE DI BRESCIA Not listed in Vollmeier VERY RARE even during Philatelic Era 1850-1859 (11 points rarity) EXHIBITION QUALITY * SUPERB Signed by expert Dr. Migliavacca WE SHIP WORLDWIDE
Price: $330.00
Item Id #008038    See Details...
MILAN 1801 ENTIRE LETTER WAR MINISTER SIGNED GENERAL TEULIE
Country: LOMBARDY VENETIA
Condition: MILAN 1801 ENTIRE LETTER WAR MINISTER SIGNED GENERAL TEULIE
Description: NAPOLEON'S KINGDOM OF ITALY * SPLENDID SEAL OF THE WAR MINISTER and splendid text and signature * Really Impressive and top quality - Opens for display
Price: $150.00
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