Stamp Batum 1919 on Crimean Collector Magazine Cover 1922



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English: Cover of an early Soviet philatelic magazine, Crimean Collector, No. 2, October 1922. For the cover design, a 1919 stamp of the Batum post office was used.
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Date 1919 (stamp); 1922 (cover); 2007-08-10 (original upload); 2008-03-10 (secondary upload)
Source Image was included in the Filatelia SSSR magazine, No. 9, 1986 (????????? ????, ? 9, 1986, ?. 40-42); cropped from ru.wikipedia; description page is/was here.
Author unknown (stamp and cover); scanned and processed from the Filatelia SSSR magazine by ????????? ?.; cropped and uploaded by Michael Romanov


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