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Topic: Native Registration Labels
Posted By: Herbert Mailänder
Subject: Native Registration Labels
Date Posted: 23 July 2014 at 10:31am

NATIVE REGISTRATION LABELS and their MANUSCRIPT IMITATIONS.


Exploiting the potential offered by the large audience of a forum I want to approach an interesting theme of the Pashupati Era: The native REGISTRATION LABELS and their MANUSCRIPT IMITATIONS. Dr. Hellrigl has published an excellent study in POSTAL HIMAL No. 88, 4th Quarter 1996. Unfortunately, the thematic is not often discussed elsewhere and then the items are nearly always illustrated by black and white photocopies.


Bearing in mind the reduced number of covers and the difficulty - at least for me - to see objects of reference, leads me to ask the collectors who have items to consider the kindness to post a scan.


Of course, I will do the same with my material:


DHANKUTA, B.S. 1967.9.4 = December 1910



RIDI, B.S. 1968.4.14 = July 1911




TAULIHAWA (to Kathmandu via Butwal), B.S. 1972.10.22 = February 1916



     

                PALPA                              BAGLUNG (to Kathmandu via Pokhara), 

                                                           B.S. 1970.11.26 = MARCH 1914

* * *



TATAPANI (cloth cover from Kuti to Kathmandu posted at Tatapani) B.S. 1968.10.12 = January 1911



Kathmandu (local registered cover), B.S. 1968.4.19 = August 1911



ILAM, B.S. 1974.2.31 = June 1917




POKHARA, B.S. 1974.5.14 = August 1917


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I would be very grateful for replies,

                                                                            Herbert Mailänder




Replies:
Posted By: Rainer
Date Posted: 23 July 2014 at 2:24pm
Thats some wonderful material shown. When back home from my business trip i will study my material to see if i can contribute something.

Nice to see again some activities on the forum...



Posted By: gemtree
Date Posted: 27 July 2014 at 5:50pm
Nice Covers!
 
Two further examples:  a Pokhara paper Label and a later example of the Tatapani Manuscript Label.
 
 
 
Hope these help.  Best regards, Ed Gosnell


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gemtree


Posted By: Herbert Mailänder
Date Posted: 27 July 2014 at 6:20pm

Dear Ed.

Particular thanks for your replay. I have to admit that I just hoped for a response from you.

With thanks,

                               Herbert Mailänder




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