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48th Viennafil Auction

Auction Date: November 12nd - 13rd, 2018
Live-Auction from: 12 November 2018 10:00 CET

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Lot 2526

Austria 1863/64 Issue

Description

1864, "WERBE ZIERBRIEF", besonders attraktiver Litho-Umschlag von Prag 12.1. nach Graz, ein Schmuckst├╝ck (ANK 32)

Automatically generated translation:
1864, "promotional ornament letter", especially attractive Litho cover from Prague 12.1. to Graz, a jewel (ANK 32)

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