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France : The SCF Cinderella Catalogue.

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Posted 12/17/2011   07:35 am  Show Profile Bookmark this topic Add rod222 to your friends list Get a Link to this Message

Edited to condense all French Cinderellas in one place,
Easier to Log.
Submissions welcomed.


ID Please.
France Bread Ration Coupons

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French, soldiers on leave, 1kg of bread....
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Posted 12/17/2011   07:42 am  Show Profile Bookmark this reply Add Wadmalatz to your friends list  Get a Link to this Reply
And here is the link, explained (in better English :))
http://www.314th.org/bread-and-suga...-france.html
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Posted 12/17/2011   07:42 am  Show Profile Bookmark this reply Add rod222 to your friends list  Get a Link to this Reply
Thanks Wadmalatz.
WW2? if you don't mind, opinion?
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Nicholas 2 of Russia
Nikolay II, Nikolay Alexandrovich Romanov



Arras 1914
Australians fought there in 1917
The Royal Flying Corps in 1917 was up against "The Red Baron" here
the average life for a British pilot was 18 hours.


Anti Communist Propaganda
A distraught Marianne.

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Any gossip / information on any french Cinderellas welcomed


French Bicycle Corps







"Papa Joffre"
I have read mixed reports on this French General
so leave it to others to comment.
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Posted 12/17/2011   7:41 pm  Show Profile Bookmark this reply Add rod222 to your friends list  Get a Link to this Reply

Unknown:
Translation welcomed.


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La Marsellaise (used)







Unknown:
Translation welcomed.


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1st: 1911, Germany should become a great colonial power, even going through a war. (or "risking a war")/ March 1st 1915 The Cameroon conquest has finished, there is not a single German soldier remaining.

2nd: French buy French products. From new times' stirrer

3rd: Anti-Austro German National Association. Ask for a bill with the product's origin guarantee.
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Thank you very much, Cursus.




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Rights of Women :



Unknown:




1955 National Lottery ticket with attached stamp (fiscal?)
ticket designed by Paul Tachon
Sold at the kiosk
Aux Tonneaux
15, rue du faubg du temple
Paris-Xe

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Paris Cinderella Eiffel Tower

The genesis of these labels remain unknown to date,
but are believed to be part of a "souvenir postcard set"
produced in Paris to promote tourism.

Date of production unknown. Circa 1964
The Labels :



The Postcard which is believed to be a near cousin
acknowledgement: Riga Stamps The Richard C witt collection


The Label on the reverse of this card....


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rod222 -- Working my way through a bunch of stuff to either keep or sell, I came across the souvenir postcard you've shared just above (Paris, 1964, referenced to the Witt Collection).

Much Googling has found only these two references (yours, and the original Witt Collection). Wondering whether there's a value I should place on this if I tuck it into my Cinderella book, or if it's just as worthless as I suspected when I first encountered it.

Any thoughts?
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Hi Folks, I am in the process of putting together a collection and checklist of philatelic souvenir items from the Eiffel Tower and may be able to provide some insight on the labels posted here.

My researches indicate that the grainy views of the tower from the left bank of the Seine with the vertical "PARIS" inscription appear to have been used from the summer of 1947 to the spring of 1950 and are found in blue, brown, grey, violet and green. They were affixed usually singly, sometimes two at a time, to postcards sold at the souvenir stands on the tower.

The fine quality engraved Paris views were usually affixed to the "Paris and its Monuments" cards from the autumn of 1954 to at least the autumn of 1969. There are 10 different views and at least 8 different text labels in at least four different languages. Each label is found in seven different colours and were randomly affixed to the cards, 8 on the front, two on the back, with at least one of the labels with text.

There were several other labels produced for the Eiffel Tower which I would be happy to post if anyone is interested.

I welcome any information on these and other labels used on the Eiffel Tower including when and how they were used, if known, to refine the checklist I am working on.
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Posted 10/05/2015   12:57 am  Show Profile Bookmark this reply Add Letimbre to your friends list  Get a Link to this Reply


Cover with two of the 1947-50 labels as well as a blue on white label used on the tower 1939-1948.
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Posted 10/05/2015   02:43 am  Show Profile Bookmark this reply Add rod222 to your friends list  Get a Link to this Reply
Polimom
Sorry I missed your post
Worthless ?

I would have paid you handsomely for that postcard.
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