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These two cinderella stamps were issued by the Comitato cattolico per l'omaggio a Dante Alighieri (Catholic Committee for the Homage to Dante Alighieri) in Ravenna, Italy, in 1921, presumably to raise funds for the restoration of the Basilica of San…

These eight poster stamps make up part of the twelfth series of the "MARCHE NAZIONALISTE" (nationalist stamps) issued by U. Marucelli & Co. of Milan. The stamps feature various subjects related to Dante, as follows (in the order listed by…

This gold-colored, embossed poster stamp was issued in Bologna, Italy, to commemorate the 600th anniversary of Dante's death in 1921. Malorzo records two versions: type a has a right-facing portrait of Dante with dates "1321 - 1921" below; type b is…

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These are the first postage stamps ever issued which feature Dante. One of the first descriptions of these stamps is perhaps the best: the following account appeared in the October 1, 1921, issue of The Stamp Collectors' Fortnightly and…

This poster stamp was issued to commemorate the 600th anniversary of Dante's death. The text reads as follows: "SESTO CENTENARIO / ·MORTE· / DANTE ALLIGHIERI" and "'ONORATE / L'ALTISSIMO POETA' / 1321-Santiago Cile-1921" (Sixth centenary of the…

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This poster stamp was issued in 1921 for the "Kiállítás Budapest" (Budapest Exhibition).

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This poster stamp, possibly issued in Hungary in 1921, features a left-facing portrait of Dante within a decorative floral background with the faces of three putti. Below the portrait is a label with text as follows: "DANTE-ALIGHIERI / 1265~1321".…

This poster stamp was issued by the Montevideo, Uruguay, chapter of the Società Dante Alighieri to commemorate the 600th anniversary of the poet's death in 1921. The stamp features the logo of the Società Dante Alighieri which is a portrait of…