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March Am: 08.07.2013 14:24:44 Gelesen: 7393# 1 @  
30 PARALE, Bleu on White Paper ( 1862, 26 June - 1864, 31 December )

The stamp was used for Letters and Registered Letters as well as for Registered Letters' Retour Receipts


 
March Am: 09.07.2013 13:42:19 Gelesen: 7343# 2 @  
First Romanian POST CARDS - 1873 , 1st June ( new calendar) or 13th June Old calendar

"CARTA DE POSTA" - 5 BANI ,dark blue, on white paper ( carton). 140 x 90 mm , embossed printed stamp : 19 x 22 mm
As per Kiriac Dragomir's Catalogue it's a variant : CP1c. ( errors in subtitle printing )

This Post Card was sent from " Bucuresti" on 12 November 1873 to Craiova where it arrived on 30 November but returned (Retur) to Sender with remark " Receiver unknown ...."


 
March Am: 09.07.2013 13:43:23 Gelesen: 7342# 3 @  
The back side of the above Post Card



Sorry . CORRECTION on the above :

This Post Card types were printed on July 1873, on coloured paper ( carton) with size : 139 x 87 mm

Coulour of this card is yellow-brownish.

All the other characters are same with the printing of 1/13 June 1973 ( above-mentioned )
 
March Am: 09.07.2013 14:13:30 Gelesen: 7334# 4 @  
Post Card published in September, 1876

"CARTA DE POSTA" ( letter types changed as against the one from 1873) and is missing the subtitle.

the Stamp : embossed , 5 Bani blue (having different white spots around figure " 5" )

Sent from Focsani on 10 March 1877 , arrived same day at Galati .


 
March Am: 09.07.2013 14:16:00 Gelesen: 7332# 5 @  
The back side of the above Post Card


 
March Am: 09.07.2013 15:08:02 Gelesen: 7321# 6 @  
Marcophily - MOLDOVA early postmarks

An official stampless cover. Sent from Ismail to Braila via Galati

On departure from Ismail the post office applied the cancel " MOLDOVA" , date : 31/3 , double-circle , big size, 25 x 13 mm , black, with two "slim flowers" used for registered letters ( type 1 as per Kiriac Dragomir Catalogue, page 37 ).
The letter arrived at Galati on 8 April where it was applied the double-circle postmark : GALATZ 8/4 MOLDOVA ( this type of cancels were made in Vienna - that's why the German orthography - and can be found on stampless covers before 1857 ) having dimensions : 21/13 mm .
From Galati the letter left the post office on 9 April as per " GALATZ 9/4 MOLDOVA " cancel (similar with the above ) and arrived in Braila on 13 April according to postmark applied on the back side ( see below) , double - circle " BRAILA 13/4 " ( these type of postmark with an ornament at bottom came into use in May 1862. Dimensions : 23/13-14 mm


 
March Am: 09.07.2013 15:16:29 Gelesen: 7320# 7 @  
The back of the above explained cover. Arrival cancellations from Galati and Braila post office.


 
10Parale Am: 09.07.2013 21:21:57 Gelesen: 7296# 8 @  
@ March [#4]

These are very interesting examples and study objects and I did learn much about early romanian postcards. I suppose that they occur rarely and that it is difficult to find them. I got none of them.

By the way, I show you three other examples of early postcards which were sent abroad in 1879 to Wien and Leipzig, 1880 to Budapest.

10Parale


 
March Am: 10.07.2013 10:24:45 Gelesen: 7259# 9 @  
@ 10Parale [#8]

First P.C. - 1879 printings . The stamp - " Flat" printing ( not embossed ) , black on rose-lila kartonpapier ( with "teeth/perforations " on sides ), size : 155 x 101 mm .
As of 1879 printings it should be noted the missing text on P.C.'s bottom.

Cannot say anything about the other two P.C. as the bottom text is not readable. Anyway these are 1875-1878 printings
 
March Am: 10.07.2013 13:38:20 Gelesen: 7250# 10 @  
1956 - 3rd February

"Population Census" ( Volkszahlung)

With Inverted Centre ( mit verkehrtem Mittelstuck )

Michel Catalogue nr. 1564 l

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N.B. All the items which I present on this Forum are from my collection.

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Heinz 7 Am: 12.07.2013 22:01:29 Gelesen: 7206# 11 @  
@ 10Parale [#8]

Dear 10 Parale,

I really would like to encourage you to look for such old postcards! They are not expensive at you can easily find them, f.e. at dealer's booths on international exhibtions. There is enough material around to form a nice collection soon, and it is fascinating and beautiful!

We know that "Michel" has a "Ganzsachenkatalog" for postal stationery. It Romanian section starts with P1 (= the first Postcard of Romania) from 1873. From then on Romania had new issues from time to time, so Michel catalogues 48 postcards until 1905, and other postal stationery like card-letters, wrappers, "Mandat postal", telegram-forms and so on.

Only one postal stationery-number of Romania is somewhat expensiv in "Michel", it is P 3 (the third postcard from 1873) with Euro 220 (used) (Catalogue 2001/2002). But most of the postal stationery 1870-1910 are priced below Euro 10 ! Therefore you can find a lot of material for "peanuts", even if some items are quite rare and hard-to-find.

The oldest postal stationery from Romania is not a postcard, but a wrapper. 1870 = S 1 (= "S" for "Streifband"). S 2 was issued one year later, 1871.



Herewith find an unused wrapper from 1871 (S 2). I like it very much.
 
Heinz 7 Am: 12.07.2013 22:11:26 Gelesen: 7203# 12 @  
@ March [#10]

This inverted center-stamp is a really great variety and there are many collectors searching for them. These varieties are the most popular for many, as they are so obvious!

Congratulations!

Heinz
 
March Am: 13.07.2013 12:41:51 Gelesen: 7198# 13 @  
1896 - Wrappers , New value with the numeral "1" in the hexagon to left of centre, 1 Bani brown on cream
This one circulated on 4th December 1897


 
Heinz 7 Am: 17.07.2013 20:56:36 Gelesen: 7166# 14 @  
@ March [#13]

Dear March

this is a very nice wrapper, locally used from (and to) Bacau!

I herewith show you a unit of five wrappers used to send newspapers (?) from Bukarest to Vienna (in Austria).



The wrapper is shown: front- and backside

The cancellation shows a remarkable error: "29 OCT 809" which would read as 29th of October of 1809. This is not correct, of course, it should be 1909 (=> "909": last three figures in this cancellation"). This wrapper is catalogued as "S 8" in Michel (year of issue 1905). Currency indicated is "BAN" (instead of "BANI" at your wrapper S 4 of 1894/1896). - Regards Heinz
 
March Am: 21.09.2013 18:28:04 Gelesen: 6962# 15 @  
1945, King Michael I, Michel nr.948, 80 LEI (March, 1945), error " 80 LE "
 


Heinz 7 Am: 27.11.2013 21:31:09 Gelesen: 6773# 16 @  
@ March [#15]

This us really a important error!

I can also show a nice error: 12th issue, 5 Bani green in a block of four, partially unperforated!



As I could not detect any watermark in the paper, it must be Michel no. 85.

Kind regards
Heinz
 
March Am: 28.11.2013 16:44:18 Gelesen: 6764# 17 @  
Nice block Heinz 7 :)

Did not see one similar before.
 
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