Early Indian Cancellations

By R.K.Mishra\"e


Post Office Act of 1837-38 brought out rules for stamping letters read as All the letters received at any Post Office in India for dispatch by post are to be marked with the appropriate stamp bearing the Post offce,place,the date of the month and year at G.P.O. All the letters required to be delivered in morning delivery are marked with the a.m. bearing the name of the Post office.

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  1. r gaur says:

    Really good article

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