1814 (Jan 14). Porto to Lisbon. EL. "PORTO" mark (**/***). "80" reis charge. Very early. F-VF.
1856 (March 20). EL to Fronteira "Alter" light black (***). Official letter - "Servicio Nagao e Rei". Very rare mark.
1843. (Aprill 2). Porto to Figueira. EL. Dark blue "PORTO" octagonal mark (***). 50 reis charge. XF.
1861 (23 Nov). Lisbon to Horta/Azores. Official envelope with full contains, addressed to the Minister of Commerce and Industry. Interesting.
1863 (13 Jan.). PORTUGAL - ESPAŅA - FRANCE. Oporto to France stampless. EL with departure cds via TUY/Spain (14 Jan.). Blue cds on reverse (displays ok) and Portugal / St. Jean de Luz / 20 Jan 63. Charge "30" by error and CORRECTED TO IS. A most unusual t
1868. (11 Aug) Lisbon to Rotterdam. Stampless E.L. with "Lisboa" c.d.s., red "P.P." in box (***) (R.R.) and proper transits and charges. Most unusual marking as there is no appearance of any partial prepayment or in transit upon destination. We have not r
1866. (16 July) Cintra Palace. ROYAL LETTER (signed El Rei D. Luis I) addressed to his cousin the Emperor Maximilian in Mexico/c/o D. Filippe de Ragosa, Secretary. White embossed seal label on reverse. Endorsed "Por el Rei de Portugal" with incisions of d
1867. Barcellos to Vianna. Stampless E. with straightline "BARCELLOS" and Fiscal stamp 60rs lilac applied on side, tied mns. signature. The letter was most probably used as documental proof at court. V. fine.
1849 (Sept9). Lamego to Lisboa E.L. oval blue "Lamego" and boxed "Franca" (***), with "40" charge. V. scarce prepaid item.
1695. Lisbon. ROYAL MAIL. Letter signed "Rainha" Maria Francesca Elisabetta dis Savoia-Nemours (1646-1703) her mother. Addressed to the Reverend Cardenal Imperial. Large embossed wax seal on reverse. Light vertical folding crease, otherwise fine and scarc
<<PREVIOUS 1 2 3