Book prestige la ceres - history of the first French postage stamp. Book the ceres and its ceres value sheet 1849 history of the first French stamp issued at the autumn philatelic show bets 2019. It is dated, numbered, and contains (box 18) a head-shape of the grain clin of oil stamp at the issue of 1849, issued only on a sheet. Coffret prestige ceres noir - 170 years of the first French postage stamp.On March 14, 2019, on the occasion of the spring philatelic show the post issued a prestige sheet of stamps to the effigy of the ceres. It is ceres, the Roman divinity of agriculture, that was chosen to illustrate the first postage stamp of current French use. The initial drawing, the engraving, then the realization of the original punch is jacques-jean barre.
In 1848, the finance administration, under the direction of etienne arago, chose the representation of the republic for the first postage stamp. The draft jacques-jean barre, a general engraver of france currencies, was accepted. The subject chosen is the pattern of ceres, goddess of harvests, agricultural allegory and symbol of freedom.
This issue of January 1, 1849 is intended for the clearance of letters up to 7.5 grams, first step of weight, from office to office. The 20 centimes ceres are printed in black, not serrated, in flat typography from December 4, 1848 to February 22, 1849.41,700,000 stamps were drawn on the presses. 31,100,000 copies are sold to the public until the end of October 1850. Unperforated sheet printed on the presses of the bulazac press, in the spirit of the time, in typography, on dyed paper and drawn at 6000 copies.
It has a head-to-head box 93 identical to the printing board number 2. Closed size: 320 x 500 mm.
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