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General Philatelic/Identify This? : some kind of Cinderella

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bobgggg
President Cortlandt Stamp Club
05 Jul 2019
12:59:40pm
Any help would be appreciated Image Not Found ????

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bobgggg
President Cortlandt Stamp Club
05 Jul 2019
01:03:03pm
re: some kind of Cinderella

One more... ThanksImage Not Found

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ikeyPikey
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05 Jul 2019
01:14:36pm
re: some kind of Cinderella

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Mr G's, would the name of the agency that printed the CORRESPONDENCIA URGENTE stamp label etiquette item not be a clue as to its country of origin?

I am not familiar enough with the agencies involved to make it out from your photo.

Cheers,

/s/ ikeyPikey

Edited to add: Spain issued several similar stamps. One from 1905, another in the 1920s, but yours has the agency name ...

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05 Jul 2019
02:20:09pm
re: some kind of Cinderella

First one is a special delivery stamp. Spain Scott #E14 (year 1934)

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bobgggg
President Cortlandt Stamp Club
05 Jul 2019
05:18:19pm
re: some kind of Cinderella

Thank you Roy...what threw me off was tat it was in a batch of Portugal stamps.

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SForgCa
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05 Jul 2019
07:15:32pm
re: some kind of Cinderella

The Esparanto is a group of Cinderella topicals that number in the many 100s of varieties from all over the world.
The serve a todos (serves everyone) would indicate Portuguese origin ?

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bobgggg
President Cortlandt Stamp Club
05 Jul 2019
08:24:50pm
re: some kind of Cinderella

SForgCa...many thanks.. I did realize that ESPARANTO was some sort of UNIVERSAL Language.What interesting, is that the stamp is cancelled.It may have been affixed to a letter with a valid stamp for postage.

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