Stamp: Heraldic Eagle (Libya, Italian Administration 1913)

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Heraldic Eagle (Libya, Italian Administration 1913)

01 January (Libya, Italian Administration ) within release Revenue goes into circulation Stamp Heraldic Eagle face value 5 Italian centesimo

Stamp Heraldic Eagle in catalogues
Forbin: For: IT-LY R5

Stamp is vertical format.

Italy revenue stamp of 1905 overprinted "LIBIA - 1913" (15mm long) in black at Turin

Also in the issue Revenue:

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Stamp Heraldic Eagle in digits
Country: Libya, Italian Administration
Date: 1913-01-01
Print: Typography
Size: 20 x 24
Perforation: 14
Emission: Revenue
Format: Stamp
Face Value: 5 Italian centesimo

Stamp Heraldic Eagle it reflects the thematic directions:

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