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1844 (10 Feb) EL from Athens to Scotland, disinfected in Malta.
1844 (10 Feb) EL from Athens to Scotland, disinfected in Malta.

Two disinfection slits, Athens cds in blue, PURIFIE AU LAZARET MALTE h/s, Marseilles, London & Edinburgh cds's.
Fine condition.
£75.00


1900 postcard from Corfu to U.S.A.
1900 postcard from Corfu to U.S.A.
1900 postcard from Corfu to U.S.A.

with pair of 5p tied by Kepkypa cds. View of the Cittadelle. Fine.
Very early postcard.
£85.00


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