Sent to Luis Cavarino by his wife Aurora Murado, also held in Las Ventas prison, also in Madrid. The prison in Madrid’s General Porlier street was officialy named «Prisión Provisional de Hombres Nº 3». The stationery post card bears marks: «Censurada» in black ink. No stamp neither postmark, as the cover was probably delivered by the sender to the...
Lot of 13 covers sent to Celso Bueno y Bueno, prisoner in 4th Fortification Battalion of San Miguel de los Reyes of Valencia prison, deployed in Pla Vallesa and Paterna. All the covers, except the first one, with text inside and mark "D.P. Nº 1 - VALENCIA / CENSURA". Most of them with stamps damaged or ripped off.
Vinebre, INVERTED CENTER, double characters in CORREUS and CÈNTIMS, rose & black Allepuz 3a, MNH The stamps of this issue were printed in sheets of 25. 20 stamps per sheet had double characters in CORREUS and CÈNTIMS. Extremely rare and difficult to find inverted center variety.
Interesting study with 11 post cards related with Dueso Penitenciary Colony: 7 from Dueso to Málaga, 3 from Málaga to Dueso, and a last one from Dueso prison to West Worthing, Sussex, England. Detailed study of censor marks, marks of the prison and references on the text to the postal system. Mounted on six exhibition plates. Ex Gómez-Guillamón collection.
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