Great Britain 1800’s Half Penny Stamp Very Rare Cover

Great Britain 1800's Half Penny Stamp Very Rare Cover
Great Britain 1800's Half Penny Stamp Very Rare Cover
Great Britain 1800's Half Penny Stamp Very Rare Cover

Great Britain 1800's Half Penny Stamp Very Rare Cover
ENGLAND 1800’S LETTER POST CARD. 100% Original Old Rare Stamp. Great Britain 1800’s – Half Penny Stamp – Very Rare Cover. Condition: Check the Picture, please. All items are absolutely guaranteed to be genuine and as described. With us, you can expect First-Class service and helpful consultation at no extra charge. EUROPA AFRICA COLONIES SPIDERS INSECTS ISSUE FULL SHEET 25 STAMPS COMPLETE ISSUE. Chad is a member of the Universal Postal Union (UPU; since 1961); the national postal operator in this country is the company fr. Société tchadienne des posts et de l’épargne Postal history in Chad dates back to the colonial period. Regular postal service in Chad began shortly after the French occupation of the area in 1904, followed by the formation in 1905 of the French colony of Oubangi-Chari-Chad. In 1905, the first post office was opened at Fort Lamy. In 1914, Chad received the status of a separate colony within French Equatorial Africa, and in 1920 it passed to civilian administration, and at the same time new post offices were set up in Fade and Faya-Largeau. After receiving in 1958 the status of a republic – a member of the French Community [4], and then declaring independence on August 11, 1960, the country began to develop its own postal service. On June 23, 1961, Chad joined the ranks of the countries participating in the UPU. In modern conditions, postal services in the country are provided by Société tchadienne des posts et de l’épargne (abbreviated STPE), subordinate to the Ministry of Posts and New Information Technologies (Ministère des Postes et des Nouvelles Technologies de l’Information). The first series included 18 stamps with denominations from 1 centime to 5 francs. French Equatorial Africa stamp for Chad, 1924 (Sc #19) Subsequent issues As with the Oubangi-Shari issues, from 1924 Chad’s stamps began to feature the additional inscription “Afrique équatoriale française” (“French Equatorial Africa”). In the future, the inscription RF. In 1931, the first commemorative stamps appeared, which were part of France’s co-issue for its colonies “Colonial Exhibition” in honor of the Paris Colonial Exhibition. Colonial Chad stopped issuing its own stamps in 1936, after which it began to use stamps issued for all countries of French Equatorial Africa. One of the two stamps, denominated at 15 francs, depicted cotton flowers, fishermen on Lake Chad and the head of an antelope. It was only in 1961 that three commemorative stamps of sovereign Chad were issued to commemorate the accession of the state to the UN, followed by a series on the occasion of the anniversary of independence. At the same time, the inscriptions were made on the original stamps: “Postes” (“Post”), “République du Tchad” (“Republic of Chad”, since 1959). The country’s first postal block was issued in 1969. In connection with the Moscow Olympics in 1980, commemorative stamps and the block of Chad were issued. In 1930, many colorful surcharge stamps appeared for the first time, inscribed with the name of the colony. Lepeshinsky, until 1963, 34 additional stamps were issued. Extending across the entirety of Northern Asia and much of Eastern Europe, Russia spans eleven time zones and incorporates a wide range of environments and landforms. From northwest to southeast, Russia shares land borders with Norway, Finland, Estonia, Latvia, Lithuania and Poland (both with Kaliningrad Oblast), Belarus, Ukraine, Georgia, Azerbaijan, Kazakhstan, China, Mongolia and North Korea. It shares maritime borders with Japan by the Sea of Okhotsk and the U. 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This period of industrialization was a time of enormous improvements in the standard of living for millions of people in the country, starkly contrasting with the situations of other countries during the Great Depression, but was also a time characterized by major institutional shortcomings and failures. In the 1930s, with the rise of fascism in Europe, the Communist Party pursued aggressive campaigns to suppress potential counter-revolution, fermenting political paranoia which culminated in the Great Purge in which extrajudicial arrests and executions of suspected counter-revolutionaries led to an estimated 600,000 deaths. As a result of these mass arrests, penal labor through the Gulag system was used to construct infrastructure projects, though this consistently proved to be an inefficient system throughout its existence. 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The territories overtaken by the Red Army became satellite states of the Soviet Union; the postwar division of Europe into capitalist and communist halves would lead to increased tensions with the West, led by the United States. The Cold War emerged by 1947, as the Eastern Bloc, united under the Warsaw Pact in 1955, confronted the Western Bloc, united under NATO in 1949. On 5 March 1953, Stalin died and was quickly succeeded by Nikita Khrushchev, who in 1956 denounced Stalin and began the De-Stalinization of Soviet society through the Khrushchev Thaw. The Soviet Union took an early lead in the Space Race, with the first artificial satellite and the first human spaceflight. Khrushchev was removed from power by his colleagues in 1964 and was succeeded as head of state by Leonid Brezhnev. In the 1970s, there was a brief détente of relations with the United States, but tensions resumed with the Soviet-Afghan War in 1979. 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Gorbachev’s power was greatly diminished after Russian President Boris Yeltsin played a high-profile role in facing down an abortive August 1991 coup d’état attempted by Communist Party hardliners. On 25 December 1991, Gorbachev resigned and the remaining twelve constituent republics emerged as independent post-Soviet states. The Russian Federation-formerly the Russian SFSR-assumed the Soviet Union’s rights and obligations and is recognized as the successor state of the Soviet Union. [11][12][13] In summing up the international ramifications of these events, Vladislav Zubok stated: The collapse of the Soviet empire was an event of epochal geopolitical, military, ideological and economic significance. 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  • Denomination: 0.5p
  • Year of Issue: 1871-1880
  • Place of Origin: Great Britain
  • Era: Victoria (1837-1901)
  • Quality: Used
  • Color: Red
  • Grade: Ungraded
  • Topic: Flags, National Emblems
  • Country/Region of Manufacture: Unknown
  • Certification: Uncertified

Great Britain 1800's Half Penny Stamp Very Rare Cover