Dictionary

OCTAGONS (inaccurately "Octahedral") — the philatelic the name of the picture watermark on the envelope paper used for the edition of the standard and illustrated stamped envelopes of the USSR in the 1960s and 70s.

Of BARSINGHAUSEN PROVISORY[VAG-singshausen, the British zone of occupation in Germany, in German]. In may 1945, in the city of Barsinghausen released brand standard series of Germany with overprint printing method 2 or 3 black bars in the figures brands. Both types napechatat exist in pairs.

The Issue Of Barsinghausen

Of BUSHEHR AND SHIRAZ RELEASE [Bushire, Shirase, Persia, now Iran]. During the uprising in the area of the Bushehr — Shiraz in 1916 in circulation were the stamps of Persia (see Iran) with overprint (ar.) "The national Committee 1916".

Of TEETH GUIDANCE — restoration of postage stamps — the restoration of teeth damaged by insertion and gluing of teeth. Significantly reduces the collectible value of the stamps.

PROVISORY of VOLSK (Saratov province) — the local edition of 1921, caused by the introduction of a new 15.08.1921 postal tariffs, — overprint-new value manual numbering machine black ink on the postage stamps of Russia: "0100" for 1 RUB, "0250" 7 RUB.

Of vol provisory

OPTION — in philately, some differences in the post newspaper (color inks, the printing method, paper grade, type of watermark, clichés , etc.). Usually the Option is negotiated at launch. Unplanned Option — kind.

OVERPRINT (text, pattern) — commemorative, advertising, promotional and other texts and (or) illustrations, reprinted for free whole things. Made on request of different organizations, sometimes philatelic. Such Overprinting is often found on solid things, Czechoslovakia, GDR, FRG and other countries. In the USSR local philatelic organizations (in most cases even before the establishment of of) reprinted many memorable texts on the art marked envelopes, although it is not officially allowed.

OVERSEAS MAIL — the name of the postal communications of the Russian state with foreign countries in the late 17th century. To 3аморской mail treated Riga (from 1665) and Wilensky (1667) mail. In the future, instead 3аморской mail used the term "German mail".