06 October (Malta ) within release Bicenternary of Maltese Uprising against the French goes into circulation Se-tenant Bicenternary of Maltese Uprising - se-tenant face value 2*6 Maltese cent
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|Michel:||Mi: MT 1093-1094|
|Stamp Number:||Sn: MT 978a|
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