Stamp: Red imprint "Postal Staff Welfare Fund" (Greece 1949)

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Red imprint "Postal Staff Welfare Fund" (Greece 1949)

01 September (Greece ) within release Charity Tax stamps goes into circulation Stamp Red imprint "Postal Staff Welfare Fund" face value 50 Greek drachma

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Stanley Gibbons: Sg: GR C642a

Stamp is square format.

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Country: Greece
Date: 1949-09-01
Print: Lithography
Perforation: 13 x 12½
Emission: Postal Tax
Format: Stamp
Face Value: 50 Greek drachma

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