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GAGNEF Type 2 arc cancel, two strikes, used 1834-1838, (VF) on attractive REGISTERED 27 September 1837 private folded letter, WITH CONTENTS: a complete letter to Fahlun (Falun). Early registered covers are hard to find.
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201672
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62, 58 (VF) [30 and 10 öre Oscar] on 1897 double-weight registered cover from Kristinehamn to Stockholm, with Kristinehamn registry label. 20 öre double letter rate and 20 öre registered fee (1885-1905). Colorful and attractive.
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201674
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58 x3 (F-VF) [10 öre Oscar] on 1902 registered cover from Lidköping to Stockholm, With nice Lidköping registry label. 10 öre letter rate and 20 öre registered fee (1885-1905).
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201683
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77, 83 (Ave, F-VF) [5, 20 öre Gustaf] on very attractive 1912 registered cover from Stockholm 16 (with registry label) to Herräng. 10 öre letter rate and 15 öre registered fee. Has seldom seen (for Sweden) instruction that letter is to be returned to sender if not delivered within 14 days.
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201687
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84, 89 (F-VF) [25, 50 öre Gustaf] on attractive 1912 FIFTH WEIGHT CLASS registered cover from Stockholm 5 (with registry label), and canceled "STOCKHOLM 5 / B / 3 / LINNEG." (the Linnegatan [Linne Street] station -- nice Linne thematic item) to the US (with backstamps). 60 öre 5th weight class (to 100 grams) letter rate and 15 öre registered fee. This medium size cover is extremely unusual in that it is both so small and such a heavy foreign rate; I have seen very few such covers.
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201685
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83, 84 (VF) [20, 25 öre Gustaf] on attractive 1913 registered cover from Göteborg 2 (with registry label) to Hamburg, Germany, with Hamburg receiver. 30 öre double weight letter rate and 15 öre registered fee.
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201682
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84 (VF) [25 öre Gustaf] on Superb registered solo usage ("rate") cover from Uddevalla (beautiful cancel of unusual type; with registry label) to Marstrand. 10 öre letter rate and 15 öre registered fee. A remarkably pretty cover!
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201699
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80, 84 (VF) [10, 25 öre Gustaf] on attractive 1915 registered cover from Göteborg 1 (with registry label) to "Hann. Munden", Germany. 20 öre foreign letter rate and 15 öre registered fee.
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201698
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83, 95, 98 (F-VF) [20 öre Gustaf, 1 and 4 öre Arms] on attractive and colorful 1915 registered cover from Ljungby (with registry label) to Malmö. 10 öre letter rate and 15 öre registered fee. Unusual combination.
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201696
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84 (VF) [25 öre Gustaf] solo usage on attractive 1917 registered cover from "STOCKHOLM 6 / B / 3 / ODENG" (with registry label) to Nättrabyhamn, with backstamp (post office did not open until 1910 and postmark is very scarce in this time period). 10 öre letter rate and 15 öre registered fee. Excellent rate usage.
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77, 80 x3 [1911 5 and 10 öre Gustav in Round Frame] on nice 8 May 1917 registered, WWI censored cover to England. Nice early stamp dealer mail.
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201717
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80 x3, 96 (F-VF) [10 öre Gustaf, 2 öre Arms] on 4 June 1918 registered cover from Hälsingborg 1 (with registry label) to Falkenberg. Posted 4 days after rate change the 32 öre does not match the 12 öre letter rate (or 25 öre double rate) and 15 öre registered fee.
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201705
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83, 78 (F-VF) [20, 7 öre Gustaf] on attractive 30 November 1918 registered cover from Stockholm with "STOCKHOLM 3 / VÄRDE" insurance cancellations, with registry label, to Helsingborg. 12 öre letter rate (only lasted 13 months) and 15 öre registered fee. Nice combination.
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201704
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84, 96 (F-VF, VF) [25 öre Gustaf, 2 öre Arms] on very attractive 12 November 1918 registered cover from Persön (with registry label) to Stockholm. 12 öre letter rate (only lasted 13 months) and 15 öre registered fee. Colorful; nice combination.
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201710
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101, 84, 95, 96 (VF, F-VF) [12/65 öre Gustaf overprint, 25 öre Gustaf, 1, 2 öre Arms] on neat 22 June 1918 registered double weight cover from Karlskrona 1 (with registry label) to Helsingborg. 25 öre double letter rate (only lasted 13 months) and 15 öre registered fee. A rate not often offered and an unusual combination of stamps.
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201719
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82, 86 (F-VF) [15, 30 öre Gustaf] on neat and attractive 7 August 1919 double weight registered cover from Göteborg 6 (with registry label) to Trollhätan. 30 öre double letter rate (rate for only 12 months) and 15 öre registry fee. Unusually nice for a double weight cover.
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201709
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83 pair (F-VF) [20 öre Gustaf] on attractive 8 January 1919 registered double weight cover from Göteborg 1 (with registry label) to Lidköping. 25 öre double letter rate (only lasted 13 months) and 15 öre registered fee. Not often offered.
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201706
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85 (F-VF) [27 öre Gustaf] solo usage on attractive 12 April 1919 registered cover from Sala (with registry label) to Västerås. 12 öre letter rate (only lasted 13 months) and 15 öre registered fee. This is the intended usage of this stamp, but such covers are hard to find.
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201718
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86, 77 (VF, F-VF) [30, 5 öre Gustaf] on very neat and attractive 5 November 1919 registered cover from Västerås (with registry label) to Helsingfors (Helsinki), Finland. 20 öre foreign letter rate (Finland was classified as foreign rate at this time) and 15 öre registry fee. Addressed to early coin dealer Johan Mattsson, Mynthandel. Registered covers to the Nordic countries are scarce in the 1918-20 period.
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201693
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99, 100 pair (F-VF) [7/10, 12/25 öre Gustaf overprints] on attractive 1919 registered (probably money letter with wax seals) cover from Arvika (with registry label) to Göteborg. Overpaid 1 öre, but scarce issues on cover; 15 öre letter rate and 15 öre registered fee.
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80 x4 (Fine, one damaged) [10 öre Gustaf] on 15 September 1920 registered cover from Örebro, with Örebro 1 registry label and "ÖREBRO.AFG:AFD:" cancellations, to Ousby. 20 öre letter rate (only lasted 13 months) and 20 öre registered fee.
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201720
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89 (F-VF) [50 öre Gustaf] solo usage on neat and attractive September 1919 registered cover from Stockholm 8 (with registry label) to København, Denmark, with backstamp. 20 öre Nordic letter rate and 30 öre Nordic registry fee. From 1 February 1921 thru 30 September 1925, the Nordic registry fee was 30 öre, one of the very few times the registry fee has not been the same as the domestic registry fee. Examples are hard to find. Nice solo letter usage of a stamp that is mostly seen only on money orders and parcel cards.
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201, 217 [1924 25 öre UPU Congress and Anniversary issues] (F-VF and VF) on 21 November 1924 REGISTERED cover from "STOCKHOLM 3 / VÄRDE" (valuable mail cancel) to Spånga. Sent by famed Harry Wennberg stamp company. Heavy commercial sized cover. The back bears an untied 4-strip of 1929 "Swedische Messe / Gotenburg" labels; it is possible that the labels were already in use in 1924 to promote this exposition, but this would be the earliest use I have seen (or maybe they were added later?) -- they have not influenced the price. Very attractive -- I have seen very few matched UPU denominations on the same cover! The stamps alone have a high catalog value.
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201723
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91, 79 (F-VF) [65, 8 öre Gustaf] on attractive double weight August 1926 registered cover from Ängelholm (with registry label) to Wilhelmshavn, Germany, with backstamp. Overpaid by 3 öre. 50 öre double foreign letter rate and 20 öre registry fee. Though overpaid, the 65 öre stamp is extremely scarce on cover (envelopes) because virtually all the use was on parcel cards.
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118 (or 124?) x2 and 175 [1921 10 öre green Lion and 1925 25 öre blue Gustaf V Left Profile] (VF and F-VF) on 16 June 1927 REGISTERED (with town label) cover to Austria, from LINKÖPING. The two 10 öre Lion stamps are distinctly different colors (dark green vs light green). Very neat and attractive with monogram red wax seal.
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201701
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104, 115, 116 Type II, 138 [or 134] (VF) [27/80 öre Gustaf ovpt, 3 öre Bandmarken Arms, 5 öre Lion, 10 öre Lion perf 13] on attractive 1930 registered cover from "Hälsingborg 1 / K" (with registry label) to Krakow, Poland. 25 öre foreign letter rate and 20 öre registered fee. Very unusual combination of stamps; the 10 öre perf 13 is very scarce on cover.
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239533
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126 Type II, Non-White Paper and 191 Type II Non-White Paper x2 [1927 5 öre green Lion and 1928 15 öre Perf-4-side Gustaf V Left Profile] (Ave and VF / F-VF) on 22 November 1932 REGISTERED (with town label, torn) cover to from FLEN to BLOMSTERMÅLA (with receiver cancel). Nice small town use. Neat and attractive with monogram red wax seal.
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"SVENSKA BATALJONEN / SAAR" 5 January 1935 postmarks on Scott #119 Type I and 175 [1925 10 öre Lion violet coil; 1925 25 öre dark blue Gustaf V Left Profile] (F-VF) on REGISTERED COVER. COMMERCIAL USE from a battalion member to a branch of Sveriges Riksbank (Swedish Royal Bank) in Gävle, Sweden -- addressed simply to the bank, not to any person, thus extremely likely to be NON-philatelic use. The reverse bears wax seals with the senders monogram as would be the practice when registered mail contained currency, and in fact, under the registry label is a manuscript notation that the envelope contained 100 kr (the postal clerk would have normally actually counted the currency and recorded in the post office record how much was present). A very "ordinary" looking cover which is the beauty of a proper non-philatelic use! (The stamps were first issued in 1925 but were still in common use at this time.) The Swedish Saar Battalion was part of an international peacekeeping force during the Saar Plebiscite, deciding if the Saar area would become part of France or Germany. With only 261 battalion members and less than two months deployed (23 December 1934 through 17 February 1935), any examples are unusual and non-philatelic uses are quite scarce. An outstanding example.
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"SVENSKA BATALJONEN / SAAR" 1 February 1935 postmarks on Scott #239 4-block, 244 [1935 5 öre sheet/bklt stamp and 15 öre coil Riksdagen (Parliament) 500th] (F-VF) on REGISTERED COVER. CORRECT POSTAGE RATE (15 öre domestic letter to 20 grams plus 20 öre registry fee). With correct rate, stamps just issued 20 days before, etc., this looks like it could be non-philatelic use. A simple, clean, correct-looking cover. The Swedish Saar Battalion was part of an international peacekeeping force during the Saar Plebiscite, deciding if the Saar area would become part of France or Germany. With only 261 battalion members and less than two months deployed (23 December 1934 through 17 February 1935), any examples are unusual. Very attractive!
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"SVENSKA BATALJONEN / SAAR" 14 February 1935 postmarks on Scott #B32, B33, B36 [1928 5, 10, and 25 öre Gustaf V 70th Birthday / Cancer Semi-Postals] (VF) on REGISTERED COVER. Franked with 40 öre when only 35 was needed (15 öre domestic letter to 20 grams plus 20 öre registry fee), but that was not unusual with the Cancer semi-postals. Addressed to a Post Assistant in Malmö to a home address, but nobody was home when delivery was attempted, so the cover received a violet 2-line handstamp "Avhämtas å postkontoret..." stating that the letter could be collected at the Malmö 7 branch post office. It is "rare" for Saar covers to bear additional postal markings. The semi-postal issue is always unusual on any type of cover, especially on Saar covers. With the slight over-franking, there is no way we can know if this was philatelic use or if simply a non-philatelic letter to a friend. Mailed on the 14th, just 3 days before the last possible date of the 17th. A simple, clean, correct-looking cover, but with some nice interesting features. The Swedish Saar Battalion was part of an international peacekeeping force during the Saar Plebiscite, deciding if the Saar area would become part of France or Germany. With only 261 battalion members and less than two months deployed (23 December 1934 through 17 February 1935), any examples are unusual. Very attractive!
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"SVENSKA BATALJONEN / SAAR" 9 February 1935 postmark on Scott #241 [1935 15 öre sheet/bklt stamp Riksdagen (Parliament) 500th] (F-VF) on attractive cover with CORRECT POSTAGE RATE (15 öre domestic letter to 20 grams). Bears very clear violet, 2-line handstamp "Zur Erinnerung an Die Abftimmung / im Saargebiet am 13. Januar 1935" (A reminder of the vote in the Saar region on 13 January 1935). I have not previously seen an example of this handstamp and I am not sure why this handstamp would be on a February cover, but it does make it a very special cover. With correct rate, stamp just issued 30 days before, addressed to a woman, etc., this looks like it could be non-philatelic use. A simple, clean, correct-looking cover. The Swedish Saar Battalion was part of an international peacekeeping force during the Saar Plebiscite, deciding if the Saar area would become part of France or Germany. With only 261 battalion members and less than two months deployed (23 December 1934 through 17 February 1935), any examples are unusual. Very attractive!
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"SVENSKA BATALJONEN / SAAR" 16 February 1935 postmark on Scott #244 [1935 15 öre coil Riksdagen (Parliament) 500th] (F-VF) on attractive Saar picture post card ("Saarbrucken Winterbergdenkmal"). The 15 öre franking overpays the applicable domestic rate (10 öre domestic post card), but is the correct rate for a foreign post card, which the sender may have had in mind. The card has a simple one-word message (Greetings) and could certainly be non-philatelic use. Canceled on the penultimate day of this postal service. This is one of only two Saar Battalion post cards I can recall having in 46 years. The Swedish Saar Battalion was part of an international peacekeeping force during the Saar Plebiscite, deciding if the Saar area would become part of France or Germany. With only 261 battalion members and less than two months deployed (23 December 1934 through 17 February 1935), any examples are unusual. Very attractive!
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241826
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"SVENSKA BATALJONEN / SAAR" 2 February 1935 postmark on Scott #174 [1922 25 öre rose red Gustaf V Left Profile] (VF) on attractive cover. The 25 öre franking overpays the applicable domestic rate (15 öre domestic letter to 20 grams), but is the correct rate for a foreign letter to 20 grams, which the sender may have had in mind. This stamp is very scarce on cover; Facit 2020 value is SEK 450 for a ordinary cover use. A very simple and clean, ordinary looking cover that could certainly be non-philatelic use. The Swedish Saar Battalion was part of an international peacekeeping force during the Saar Plebiscite, deciding if the Saar area would become part of France or Germany. With only 261 battalion members and less than two months deployed (23 December 1934 through 17 February 1935), any examples are unusual. Very attractive!
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"SVENSKA BATALJONEN / SAAR" 23 January 1935 postmark on Scott #240 [1935 10 öre sheet/booklet stamp Riksdagen (Parliament) 500th] (F-VF) on attractive Saar picture post card (a beautiful castle tower: "Mettlach (Saar). Alter Turm"). 10 öre is CORRECT FRANKING for the domestic post card rate. This stamp is somewhat scarce on cover or card. The card bears a message stating that the sender has sent 2 letters, 2 korsband (printed matter; likely newspapers), and 2 view cards. This is likely to be non-philatelic use; non-philatelic January uses are quite a bit scarcer. This is one of only two Saar Battalion post cards I can recall having in 46 years. The Swedish Saar Battalion was part of an international peacekeeping force during the Saar Plebiscite, deciding if the Saar area would become part of France or Germany. With only 261 battalion members and less than two months deployed (23 December 1934 through 17 February 1935), any examples are unusual. Very attractive!
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"SVENSKA BATALJONEN / SAAR" 13 January 1935 postmark on Scott #239-247 COMPLETE SET [1935 Riksdagen (Parliament) 500th complete set] (Fine, F-VF, VF) on attractive cover. It should be noted that 13 January covers exist with a backdated cancellation, but those have a straight-top "3" of 13 in the day -- this has the correct rounded-top "3" of 13 in the day. While there is certainly no doubt that this is a philatelic use, it is possible that this is actually a first day use of this set of stamps in Saar -- it likely took that long for the stamps to reach these soldiers. These stamps were issued on 10 January in Sweden -- I have not recorded use of this stamp issue earlier than 13 January in Saar; please let me know if you are aware of any earlier uses. The fact that an entire set was used supports the idea that this may be a Saar-use FDC. The Swedish Saar Battalion was part of an international peacekeeping force during the Saar Plebiscite, deciding if the Saar area would become part of France or Germany. With only 261 battalion members and less than two months deployed (23 December 1934 through 17 February 1935), any examples are unusual. Very attractive!
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"SVENSKA BATALJONEN / SAAR" 18 January 1935 postmark on an unusual combination of 12 stamps, from six different issues, on attractive cover. Either this was philatelic or the sender was just having fun. The Swedish Saar Battalion was part of an international peacekeeping force during the Saar Plebiscite, deciding if the Saar area would become part of France or Germany. With only 261 battalion members and less than two months deployed (23 December 1934 through 17 February 1935), any examples are unusual. Very attractive!
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"SVENSKA BATALJONEN / SAAR" 18 January 1935 postmark on an unusual combination of 10 stamps including the watermarked Scott #212 with a SUPERBLY CENTERED CANCELLATION, from six different issues, on attractive cover. The watermark of the UPU Kongress 10 öre, Scott #212, can be seen by holding the cover up to a strong light while looking through from the inside to the front -- it is very clear. This watermarked stamp in this centering (with a normal cancel) would be about $50 off-cover, but with a Superb cancel about $100, and with a Superb SAAR cancellation, who knows what it could achieve! The price of this cover is essentially the price of this single, off-cover stamp with this cancellation. Either this was philatelic or the sender was just having fun. The Swedish Saar Battalion was part of an international peacekeeping force during the Saar Plebiscite, deciding if the Saar area would become part of France or Germany. With only 261 battalion members and less than two months deployed (23 December 1934 through 17 February 1935), any examples are unusual. Very attractive!
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"SVENSKA BATALJONEN / SAAR" 16 February 1935 postmark directly on the cover (not on any stamps), with 8 different 1927//1934 SAAR STAMPS in the range Scott #120//144. The Saar stamps are canceled two days later on 18 February at "MERZIG (SAAR)" with tourism-promotion cancellation pitching "Romantic Saar". I guess with the civil strife settled down a bit and the next war still a couple years away, it was time to go to a nice bed and breakfast place in Saarland. 17 February was the last day of the Swedish postal operations in Saar. I am not sure why this had the Swedish postal marking, but no Swedish stamps, and then two days later received the Saar postal markings on Saar stamps. This is the only example I can recall seeing in 46 years of a Swedish Saar Battalion postal marking on a cover that was actually apparently carried out via the Saar postal service instead of the Swedish military postal service. The cover is a bit wrinkled if you look closely, as if somebody was carrying it in their rucksack. I cannot prove anything, but my sense of it is that this is a genuine non-philatelic use -- however I could be very wrong. The Swedish Saar Battalion was part of an international peacekeeping force during the Saar Plebiscite, deciding if the Saar area would become part of France or Germany. With only 261 battalion members and less than two months deployed (23 December 1934 through 17 February 1935), any examples are unusual. Very attractive!
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201686
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85, 98 x2 (VF) [27 öre Gustaf, 4 öre Arms] on very attractive 1936 registered cover from Stockholm 1 PFFS (with registry label) to Kvidinge (with backstamp). 15 öre letter rate and 20 öre registered fee. The 27 öre is scarce on cover, even such a late usage.
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201689
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104 x2, 95, 430 (F-VF, VF) [27/80 öre Gustaf overprint, 1 öre Arms, 5 öre 1951 Numeral] on neat 1953 registered cover from Göteborg 2 (with registry label) to Stockholm. 25 öre letter rate and 40 öre registered fee. Very late use, but stamps still valid.
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