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Ship Cancellation
K.N.S.M. S.S. Stuyvesant

S.S. Stuyvesant Ship Cancellation on Venezuelan issue of 1932

Ship cancellation from the S.S. Stuyvesant
on Venezuelan Definitives of 1932 - 1938.

S.S. Stuyvesant Ship Cancellation on Venezuelan issue of 1932


In 1897 the Universal Postal Union adopted the term "Paquebot" for ship
letters cancelled on board ship. The Venezuelan stamps pictured above
were from the Simon Bolivar definitive issue of 1932 on bluish Winchester
security paper. They were cancelled on the S.S. Stuyvesant of the Koninklijke
Nederlandsche Stoomboot Maatschappij
(Royal Netherlands Steamship Society).

S.S. Stuyvesant
The S.S. Stuyvesant based on an image from a company post card.


Bibliography

Grossman, Samuel. Stamp Collector's Handbook. New York: Longacre Publishing, 1970.

Mackay, James. Collecting Stamps. Glasgow: HarperCollins, 1999.

"Venezuela." Standard Postage Stamp Catalogue. 1997.


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