Cover from Corps (Isere), France, to General Franco in Madrid. Postmark dated on April 4, 1941. Arrival backstamps both dated on April 26, 1941, one from Madrid and the other one reading "Jefatura del Estado / Servicios Postales". Rare.
Extremely rare usage of Republican censor mark "D.P. Nº 1 - VALENCIA / CENSURA" from San Miguel de los Reyes prison in Valencia, used by the Francoist administration of the same prison in 1944, on post card to Madrid franked with 20c Edifil 974 and Valencia postmark of July 6, 1944. This is the first time we see a Republican censor mark used by francoists.
Stationery post card Edifil 83 from Madrid's San Antón prison to the same city, with mark "PRISIÓN HABILITADA / DIRECCIÓN / SAN ANTÓN - MADRID". This prison was installed in the building of Pious School of San Antón. When this building was adapted to become a prison, the main entrance was blocked in Hortaleza street 65, and it was opened in Farmacia...
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.
Cover from Miranda de Ebro concetration camp to Switzerland, sent by a Polish prisoner whose info is on the back of the cover: "Rte [Remite] Roman Oswald, Miranda de Ebro (Burgos), C. de Conc. [Campo de Concentración], Comp. [Compañia] Polacos, España".
Lot of a cover sent by a Czech brigadist interned in the French camp for Spanish refugees of Gurs to Prague. And another cover sent from Spain by the same brigadist and to the same addressee on July 18, 1938, with censor and postmark of the International Brigades.
Spanish Refugees in France, cover from Camp Saint Cyprien to Paris, 1939 Addressed to Bibiano Fernández Osorio Tafall, a Republican scientist who was General Commisar of the Armies during the Civil War and second secretary of the United Nations. After the war, he was responsible of SERE (Servicio de Evacuación de Republicanos Españoles).