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United States/Covers & Postmarks : Mexico to Minneapolis - Postage Due - 03/11/43

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smauggie
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28 Apr 2014
10:20:30pm
I am not sure how to file this yet. As a Minneapolis cancel on postage due, in my postal markings under Postage Due or Pointing Hand . . . so many choices.

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Was the postage due because it was stamped "First Class" (in Tijuana probably)? I'll take my answer off the air. Winking

Antonio
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auldstampguy
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Just one more small cover .....
29 Apr 2014
06:25:08pm
re: Mexico to Minneapolis - Postage Due - 03/11/43

This is an interesting one Antonio. This would have had to be picked up at the PO, right? Was there a receiving cancel on the back?

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smauggie
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29 Apr 2014
10:57:53pm
re: Mexico to Minneapolis - Postage Due - 03/11/43

Nothing on the back except notes written by the recipient about random stuff. I think the cancel on the postage due stamps would have sufficed for the received cancel.

I think at first they were going to return the cover, then they figured out she lived on 108 12th Street Apt 2 (rather than 108 8th St). Otherwise the postage due would have been collected in Mexico by the sender when they got the cover back I think?

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drmicro68
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30 Apr 2014
10:39:40pm
re: Mexico to Minneapolis - Postage Due - 03/11/43

Let us know what you decide on filing this. I have a box of "where to files?" and other covers that I've filed one way and then when I "run across" that cover I wonder "why in the world is that here?" Indecision is a terrible thing.

RogerAt Wits End

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smauggie
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01 May 2014
12:09:59am
re: Mexico to Minneapolis - Postage Due - 03/11/43

I decided on Postage Due in my US Postal Markings collection.

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