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Cork (mute) cancels on memel stamps

PostPosted:Fri Aug 27, 2010 9:16 am
by roka01
In the case of the Danzig parcel cachets, cork (mute) cancels are used to pevent collectors from destroying these cachets, since, as far as I know, at least in my country, the cachets should be saved and stored at the post offices for a certain period of time. That is why these cancels ar named as security cancels as well. I just wonder, what is the situation in the case of the Memel cork (mute) cancels? Are they used for the same reason as on the Danzig cachets?

I would appreciate your comments.

roka01

Re: Cork (mute) cancels on memel stamps

PostPosted:Fri Aug 27, 2010 3:46 pm
by Tobias Huylmans
Dear roka01,

you are correct. It's the same as with the Danzig mute cancels.

Best Regards

Re: Cork (mute) cancels on memel stamps

PostPosted:Sun Aug 29, 2010 11:24 am
by roka01
Hí Tobias,

Thanks for your comment!

Best regards,
László (roka01)