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Europe/Germany : Bavaria 1874 stamp

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gerom
11 Jan 2021
07:59:47am
I believe this stamp is Mi # 30b (Scott #31) from Bavaria 1874.
What I find curious is the cancellation of the "Kaiserslautern" city located in Rhineland-Palatinate.
What do you think? It is possible?

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HockeyNut
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11 Jan 2021
09:46:44am
re: Bavaria 1874 stamp

A frase from Wikipedia :

After the Wars of Liberation, the Palatinate, and with it Kaiserslautern, became Bavarian in 1816. During the revolution of 1849 a provisional government resided in the fruit hall, which proclaimed the independence of the Palatinate from Bavaria. After 1850, Kaiserslautern developed into an industrial city. With the establishment of facilities such as the worsted spinning mill and the Pfaff sewing machine factory, the city developed into the most important industrial location in the Palatinate.

I do not know the correct history but in 1816 Kaiserslautern belonged to the Kingdom Bavaria.

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gerom
11 Jan 2021
12:11:18pm
re: Bavaria 1874 stamp

Hi HockeyNut,
Thank you very much.

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