Dear philatelic fanatistics! Oh, yes, how little we know!
If Doc Brazdeikis knew what good medicine is, he would commission this druggist to write a great prescription for the Lithuanian Philatelic Society journal (no - you're not yet a member - shame on you!) about various aspects of Lithuanian postal history. With enough new members maybe the Society could hire me to write articles.
For example, about Soviet Lithuanian meters. I have a nice collection of these gems. Here are a few just to get you boys excited (forget about "fill in the printed album pictures according to Scott!!!) The first example dates back from 1963 - a bilingual Lithuanian Russian Vilnius main post office meter. Probably one of the earliest LTSR meters (not including the Bank of Lithuania 1941 meter which I also have) that were produced. The second one is a 1976 bilingual meter (yes all good Lithuanians must read and write fluent Russian
) from Kaunas - the October 50th Artificial fibre factory. And you ask - did other cities have such meters? Indeed, indeed ... Buts its past 1 AM, and it is beddy by time for this old philatelist ....
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