Featured Lots. Spanish Civil War local stamps, political labels and postal history.
Cover from the front to Madrid, with rare usage of Valencia meter dated on December 9, 1938, not usual on military mail except for the International Brigades. Mark on the front and the back reading "COMANDANCIA GENERAL DE ARTILLERÍA / EJÉRCITO DE LEVANTE / S.I.A. / CARTOGRAFÍA". With content.
Cover from Orihuela labor camp to Murcia, franked with Edifil 683 & 687 and with censor mark of the camp (Heller RO7.1). Sender's info on the back: "Carlos Casal Rivas, Campo Trabajo, Orihuela". Orihuela postmark dated on July 26, 1938. With content.
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 two marks: «Censurada» in black ink and «Sed breves en las contestaciones» in red, both stamped upon arrival to General...
Cover with letterhead «Compañía de los Ferrocarriles de Madrid a Zaragoza y a Alicante, material y tracción» to José Munilla, in San Vicente del Raspeig labor camp. Franked with 45c Edifil 744 and Sucursal Nº 9 Madrid postmark, dated on June 20, 1938. Handwritten note on top left corner «Rda el 4/7/938» (Received on July 4, 1938).