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Revenues of Pakistan with Ruberprint Bangladesh. Written by Mosharaf Husain added date November 28th, 2003 last updated date January 24th, 2008. Online shop for stamps, postal history covers, postal stationery. Topical covers and stamps. Bangladesh new issue information. Online auction.
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Written by Mosharaf Husain added date November 28th, 2003 last updated date January 24th, 2008
TYPES AND VARIETY USED IN VARIOUS POST OFFICES OF DHAKA
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This sheet from a book which was a accumulation of salary sheet during 1972 from all post office in Dhaka District. Each sheet with minimum 1 revenue, in few sheet there are revenue at back also. All sheet with name of post office and post mark. In many sheet with name seal of post office. At back money order post mark of respective post office used.
Rubberprints on Pakistan Revenue used in Bangladesh found variety of type and ink Bangladesh word ruberprinted in English or Bengali language or in both.
There is no written documents on this as well as Pakistan postage stamps with ruberprint Bangladesh. It has been found that though individual post office use their own type on revenues and postage stamps with rubberprint, they also cancel ruberprinted revenue and postage from other post office. This make difficulties to identify particular type of a particular post office. In case of service stamps individual Govt., semi Govt. offices use their own type which was legal to use through out all post offices in Bangladesh that time.
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DACCA JUTE MILLS, ENGLISH, Very large size, All capital letter. Only BA and ESH seen. English pmk , not clear. Temporary P.O. DA-485, Violet Ink, English, 2 Word, first letter capital.
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WARI, violet Ink, Bengali one word. NEW MARKET, Black Ink, Bilingual, One Word, English first letter capital.
Revenue become more difficult to identify because these were used by private organization, company on their forms and book to pay salary to employee as well as revenue to Govt. on amount exceed certain amount. Revenues used by Govt. Officies / Private Organization canceled by their official ruber seal/ signature of the employee who draw salary. And post offices use their postmark to cancel revenue, beside signature of the employee/stuff. It is common that revenue on document only with signature and without pmk or official seal.
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POSTHA, Violet Ink, Bengali, 2 Word. Revenue not canceled by pmk. Exp. P.O. 2264 (?) MonnoNagar, Tongi. Black Ink, English, 2 Word, first letter capital.
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