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Battle in Brascia - block of four, variant missing point, Trieste

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On July 1, 1958, a sentence "100th anniversary of the 1848 uprising" appeared in Trieste. These... more
Product information "Battle in Brascia - block of four, variant missing point, Trieste"
On July 1, 1958, a sentence "100th anniversary of the 1848 uprising" appeared in Trieste. These stamps were imprinted in black with "A.M.G. - F.T.T." for "Allied Military Government Free Territory Trieste". In the case of a very small edition of the stamps with a face value of 30 Lire "Kampf in Brascia", the point after the letter "F" is missing, as here in the lower left corner of this block of four.

After the Second World War, Trieste and the surrounding areas were occupied by Allied troops. On February 10, 1947, the peace treaty with Italy was signed, in which the establishment of a "neutral, demilitarized zone" was decided. On September 16, 1947, the Free Territory of Trieste was constituted.

All postage stamps from Trieste from 1947 to 1954 are overprinted Italian postal stamps.

This block of four is a letter stamp issue from Trieste, Zone A.

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