Mozambique Company 1890 Aruangua unique provisional mute cancellation


Mozambique Company – provisional mark of the Aruangua military post. Letter sent from Aruangua (future Beira), by a soldier to Estremoz, in Portugal, where it arrived on July 1, 1890. Transit in Chiloane on May 7. The military post of Aruangua, at the mouth of the river of the same name, was established in 1890, to prevent the entry of English troops heading to Rhodesia. This military post used a mute cancellation of 3 bars within a circle, the only known use being this cover. The village of Aruangua later became BEIRA, que second largest city in Mozambique. Unique item.

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