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See this wonderful article:

CLASSIC STAMPS AND POSTMARKS ON STAMPS OF SPAIN by William E. Critzer http://www.stampsonstamps.org/csaposos.htm


#s2

Scott: #S2O

Issued: 0.0.1881

Franchise Stamp

Inside #S2: Pseudo Stamp

The franchise stamps of Spain are unusual in that they were issued to individuals rather than to organizations or societies. In 1869, Spain issued the world's first franchise stamp, the nondenominated blue Envelope franchise stamp to Diego Castel (for his use in distributing his booklet on Spanish postal history- Today's postal historians no doubt are envious of Castel). Spain issued a second franchise stamp for a similar purpose in 1881, this time to Antonio Fernandez Duro, for distribution of his book on the history of Spanish postage stamps. The nondenominated black on buff paper Open Book franchise stamp, Scott S2, is shown above.
(Franchise stamps removed burden of postage By Rick Miller – http://www.linns.com/).

#572#573

Scott: #572-3O

Issued: 2.4.1936

1st National Philatelic Exhibition

#17 Inside #572-3: Spain Type A5 (B) (pic of #17O)


#C88#C89

Scott: #C88-9O

Issued: 2.4.1936

Overprint #572-3 "CORREO AEREO"


Ayuntamiento de Barcelona

Mi%20%2367Mi%20%2368Mi #69

Mi #67-9O

Issued: 1945

Inside Mi #67-9: Spain-Barcelona stamps

Spain--Barcelona Michel # 9

Spain--Barcelona%20Michel%20%2331

Spain--Barcelona%20Michel%20%2321

Mi #9(1932) O

Mi #31(1942)O

Mi  #21(1940)P

 

Spain--Barcelona%20Michel%20%231

 

 

Mi #1(1929)O

 

Spain--Barcelona%20Michel%20%2313

Spain--Barcelona%20Michel%20%2342

Spain--Barcelona%20Michel%20%2363

Mi #13(1936)O

Mi #42(1943)O

Mi #63(1945)O

1945

Mi #??O

Lou Guadagno wrote: The 3 stamps were issued in Barcelona, Spain in 1945 to note the End of Local Postal Tax Stamps in that city.  
Starting in 1929, various compulsory postal tax stamps were issued to be used on all inland mail from Barcelona to help pay for the cost of the International Stamp Exhibition held in Barcelona in 1929. The use of postal tax stamps ended on December 31, 1945.
The 3 stamps exist imperf, and an unlisted commemorative s/s without franking value was also issued late in 1945 to raise funds for the city.
The stamps and sheet were also produced with a diagonal "NAVIDAD 1945" overprint; these were sold to raise funds for Christmas charities, but supposedly not authorized.
Lloyd Gilbert wrote: Spain (Barcelona) 3v are listed in Edifil Catalogue as 69-71, S/s NE31 & the O/P S/s NE72 all issued in 1945

Thanks to Sergei Divid and Lou Guadagno


Spain (Barcelona) unlisted S/S of 3v O/P NAVIDAD 1945

Lloyd Gilbert wrote: Spain (Barcelona) 3v are listed in Edifil Catalogue as 69-71, S/s NE31 & the O/P S/s NE72 all issued in 1945

Thanks to Lloyd Gilbert


#776#777#778#779

#C127#C128#C129#C130

Scott: #776-7P,#778-9O, #C127-8P,#C129-30O

Issued: 12.10.1950

Centenary of Spanish Stamps

#1 Inside #776-9: Spain #1P

#4 Inside #C127-30: Spain #4O


#987  #988  #989

Scott: #987-9P

Issued: 6.5.1961

International Stamp Day

Inside #987-9: Pseudo Stamp


#1108#1109#1110

Scott: #1108-9O, #1110P

Issued: 7.5.1962

International Stamp Day

Inside #1108-10: Pseudo Stamp


#1170 #1171

#1172

Scott: #1170-1O, 1172P

Issued: 8.5.1963

International Stamp Day

Inside #1170-2: Pseudo Stamp


#1244-1246

Scott: #1244-6P

Issued: 6.5.1964

International Stamp Day

#1 Inside #1244-6: Spain #1P

#898 Inside #1244-6: Spain #898O

#916 Inside #1244-6: Spain #916O

#998 Inside #1244-6: Spain #998O


#1306#1307#1308

Scott: #1306-7P, #1308O

Issued: 6.5.1965

International Stamp Day

Inside #1306-8: Pseudo Stamps


#1327-9

Scott: #1327-9P

Issued: 22.11.1965

Centenary, Spanish Perforated Stamps

#78 Inside #1327: Spain #78O

#77 Inside #1328: Spain #77O

#80 Inside #1329: Spain #80O


#1350-2

Scott: #1350-2P

Issued: 6.5.1966

International Stamp Day, National Stamp Day

#1 Inside #1350: Spain #1P

#3 Inside #1351: Spain #3O

#5 Inside #1352: Spain #5O


#1468-70

Scott: #1468-70P

Issued: 6.5.1967

World Stamp Day

#3 Inside #1468: Spain #3O

#2 Inside #1469: Spain #2O

#4 Inside #1470: Spain #4O


#1527-1528

Scott: #1527-8P

Issued: 6.5.1968

Stamp Day

#1 Inside #1527: Spain #1P

#4 Inside #1528: Spain #4O


#1568-69

Scott: #1568-9P

Issued: 6.5.1969

Stamp Day

#6 Inside #1568: Spain #6P

#11 Inside #1569: Spain #11O


#1608

Scott: #1608P

Issued: 4.5.1970

Stamp Day

#51 Inside #1608: Spain #51O


#1677

Scott: #1677P

Issued: 6.5.1971

Stamp Day

#1 Inside #1677: Spain #1bO


#E26-7

Scott: #E26-7O

Issued: 1.6.1971

Special Delivery Stamp

Inside #E27: Stamp on Envelope


#1719

Scott: #1719O

Issued: 6.5.1972

World Stamp Day

Inside #1886: Pre-Stamp Cordoba Cancellation


#1754

Scott: #1754P

Issued: 5.5.1973

Stamp Day

#23 Inside #1754: Spain #23O


#1801

#1802#1803

Scott: #1801O, #1802P,#1803O

Issued: 4.4.1974

Espana ‘75

Inside #1801: Stamp Collecting

Inside #1802-3: Pseudo Stamp


#1806

Scott: #1806P

Issued: 6.5.1974

World Stamp Day

#28 Inside #1806: Spain #28O


#1865#1866#1867#1868

Scott: #1865P, #1866-8O

Issued: 21.4.1975

125th Anniversary of Spanish Stamps

#1 Inside #1865: Spain #1P

#1802 Inside #1865: Spain #1802P

Inside #1866-8: Pseudo Stamp


#1886

Scott: #1886P

Issued: 6.5.1975

World Stamp Day

Inside #1886: Pre-Stamp Leon Cancellation


#1943

Scott: #1943P

Issued: 6.5.1976

World Stamp Day

#10 Inside #1943: Spain #10O


#1957

Scott: #1957P

Issued: 16.6.1976

Postal Service Scenes

Inside #1957: Stamps on Envelopes


#2043

Scott: #2043P

Issued: 7.5.1977

50th Anniversary of Philatelic Market on Plaza Mayor, Madrid

#2043inside

#1 Inside #2043: Spain #1O

#334 Inside #2043: Spain #334O

#883 Inside #2043: Spain #883P

#1329 Inside #2043: Spain #1329P

#1877d Inside #2043: Spain #1877dO


#2104

Scott: #2104P

Issued: 27.6.1978

Stamp Day

#240 Inside #2104: Spain #240O


#2151

Scott: #2151P

Issued: 18.5.1979

Philaserdica '79

#1 Inside #2151: Bulgaria #1O


#2176

Scott: #2176P

Issued: 6.11.1979

50th Anniversary of the Barcelona Exhibition Postal Tax Stamp

 Inside #2176: Michel Barcelona Postal Tax #1O

Lou Guadagno wrote: You took your reason for issue and stamp ID directly from the Scott catalog, and it is wrong on both.
Spain #2176 commemorates the 50th Anniversary of the Barcelona Exhibition Postal Tax Stamp (“Sello de Recargo”) of 1929, and Scott Type A54 were issued in 1930 for the actual exhibition. The stamp reproduced is the first Barcelona local tax stamp issued (and dated) in 1929 to help pay for costs of setting up the exhibition— Michel Barcelona Postal Tax #1.

#371

Scott ID is Spain Type A54

 (Pic of #371O)


#2216

Scott: #2216P

Issued: 1.7.1980

1st National Stamp Exhibition

#2216inside

#4 Inside #2216: Spain #4O

#25 Inside #2216: Spain #25P

#168 Inside #2216: Spain #168O

#345 Inside #2216: Spain #345O

#409 Inside #2216: Spain #409O


#2296

Scott: #2296P

Issued: 16.7.1982

Stamp Day

#1973 Inside #2296: Spain #1973P


#2368

Scott: #2368P

Issued: 3.5.1984

53rd Congress, World Philatelic Federation

Inside #2368: Pseudo Stamp


#2553

Scott: #2553O

Issued: 29.4.1988

Stamp Day

Inside #2553: Stamp on Envelope

Lou Guadagno wrote: Spain #2553 depicts Francis of Taxis, the royal postmaster of Spain - per Scott, he was appointed in 1505, so that can’t be a stamp on the folded document in his hand.  This entry should be deleted.


#2570

Scott: #2570P

Issued: 27.9.1988

25th Anniversary, Federation of Spanish Philatelic Societies

#2471 Inside #2570: Spain #2471O


#2592

Scott: #2592P

Issued: 3.1.1989

Stamp Collecting

Inside #2592: Pseudo Stamp


#2608

Scott: #2608P

Issued: 2.10.1989

Centenary of the First Alfonso XIII Issue

#268 Inside #2608: Spain #268O


#2621

Scott: #2621P

Issued: 18.4.1990

Stamp Day

Inside #2621: Cancel


#B194

Scott: #B194O

Issued: 31.3.1992

500th Anniversary, Discovery of America

#426

 

 

Inside #B194:

Columbus Types of 1930 - A65P (B)

(pic of #426)

5th CENTENARY OF DISCOVERY OF AMERICA

This seventh edition closes the thematic cycle dedicated to the 5th Centenary of the Discovery, in which there has been a procession of characters, events and symbols on stamps, related to this unique undertaking by Spain, just after it had itself become a nation, opening up the door to where old Europe had yet to explore.

Spanish stamp collecting had a long delayed debt to Columbus and his seamen and the conquest; in 1853 Chile, whose coasts were never visited by the Admiral, was the first to place his figure on stamps, at such an early date, and to continue with it as a main feature on its series of stamps.

In Spain, on the occasion of the Latin America Exhibition in Seville, in 1929, Alfonso XIII´S government received many demands to commemorate and perpetuate the memory of that event; with a correct criterium, it opted for satisfaction through stamp issues, by Royal Order of 29.9.1930, publishing an issue in Seville with twelve different engravings, covering ordinary mail, air mail and that to Latin America, thus paying Spanish stamp collecting's debt to Columbus.

The one which has now appeared, coincides with two commemorative events; that of the World Fair in Seville, and the commemoration of five hundred years after the gesture by Columbus.

The aforementioned issue is in three stamps, in a triangular form, bearing the motive which best symbolizes the Discovery: the captain's ship, the Santa Maria, to the fore, the caravels in the background on either side.

These stamps are Spain's way of making up for stamp issue omissions of old, using present day quality, colour and printing techniques for the ships used by Columbus, for the logotype the Discovery deserves.

(http://www.stamps-spain.com/v_centenari.html)


#2671

#2671a#2671b

Scott: #2671O, #2671aO, #2671bO (B)

Issued: 24.4.1992

Int'l Philatelic Exhibition, Granada '92

#426

 

 

Inside #2671a:

Columbus Types of 1930 - A65P

(Pic of #426)

#432

 

 

 

Inside #2671b:

Columbus Types of 1930 - A67O

(Pic of #432)

WORLD´S PHILATELY- Granada´92

The second issue that the Spanish Postal Administration has dedicated to Granada inside the 500th Anniversary series (the first went to Santa Fe, since it was the starting point of Columbus travels by land, backed by Ferninand and Isabella, before fitting out the ships that would carry him to the Indies) is comprised of one block sheet with two stamps and a complementary picture showing the main part of the monument to Columbus in the city of Darro. This block sheet is a commemorative gesture on the occasion of the World´s Philately Exhibity Fair on the Discoverer's passage through Granada and the crowning of his adventure in Guanahaní.

The motifs of the two stamps are exact replicas (except for their rates) of the stamps issued on September 29, 1930, dedicated to Columbus´ feat. They are philately's now permanent symbol of the flagship flanked by the caravels, and the stamp depicting Columbus´ arrival in the New World. One is from the burin of Sánchez Toda, a master in the art of stamp engraving and an old acquaintance of philatelists; the other gives hobbyists a chance to research these mysteries which are an important part of the gestation of a stamp. Both were printed in London.

The Spanish Postal Service Propitiated the grant of this important philatelic show to our country and its placement in Granada, since Granada is a universal city whose limits stretch beyond the horizon to the west to all parts of America, whose roots lie in Granada, and to the east, to all the cultures Granada received, absorbed and still preserves in red stone and singing fountains, as a universal treasure. (http://www.stamps-spain.com/granada.html)


#2677#2678#2679

#2680#2681#2682

Scott: #2677-82O

Issued: 22.5.1992

Voyages of Columbus

(See: US #2624-9, Italy #1883-8 & Portugal #1918-23 for similar Issues)

#230 Inside #2677: Similar to US#230O (B)

#231 Inside #2678: Similar to US #231P (B)

#234 Inside #2679: Similar to US #234O (B)

#235 Inside #2680: Similar to US #235O (B)

#237 Inside #2681: Similar to US #237O (B)

#245 Inside #2682: Similar to US #245O (B)


#2690

Scott: #2690P

Issued: 9.10.1992

EXFILNA '92

Inside #269 (Logo): Pseudo Stamp


#2710

Scott: #2710P

Issued: 17.5.1993

Telecommunications Day

Inside #2710: Stamps on Envelopes


#2802

Scott: #2802O

Issued: 30.1.1995

FILATEM ‘95

Inside #2802 (in margin): Pseudo Stamp


#2851

Scott: #2851bO

Issued: 4.5.1996

ESPAMER '96

Inside #2851b:

#343

#C1

#C2

#C3

Spain #343O

Block of 4

Spain #C1O

Block of 4

Spain #C2O

Block of 4

Spain #C3O

Block of 4

 

#338

#C4

#C5

 

Spain #338P

Spain #C4O

Block of 4

Spain #C5O

Block of 4

Thanks to Lou Guadagno

 

#2851b

Scott: #2851O


#2860

Scott: #2860P

Issued: 4.6.1996

50th Anniversary, Philatelic Service

Inside #2860:

Spain #2706O

Spain #2818O

Spain #2819O

Spain #B148O

Spain #2796O

Spain #2781O

Thanks to Lou Guadagno


#2879

Scott: #2879P

Issued: 28.2.1997

Juvenia '97

Inside #2879: Pseudo Stamp


#2947

Scott: #2947O

Issued: 5.6.1998

Antonio Manso, Stamp Engraver

#2129 Inside #2947: Spain #2129P


#2948

Scott: #2948O

Issued: 5.6.1998

Sanchez-Toda, Stamp Engraver

#546 Inside #2948: Spain #546O


#2954

Scott: #2954O

Issued: 18.9.1998

EXFILNA '98

Inside #2954 (in Margin): Pseudo Stamp


1998

Scott: #????O

Issued: 11.12.1998

Charity Stamp to help the victims of Hurricane 'Mitch' in Central America

#1958 Inside #????: Spain #1958O

Thanks to G.B.


Scott: #3016O

Issued: 13.10.1999

Letter Writing 1999

Scott: #3016aO

 Inside #3016a: Spain #1P

Scott: #3016kO

 Inside #3016a: Spain #1449O

(Modified: changed color in inscriptions)

Inside #3016b-j, #3016l: Pseudo Stamps

Thanks to Lou Guadagno


#3022

Scott: #3022a-lO

Issued: 3.1.2000

150th Anniversary, First Stamps of Spain

#7 Inside #3022a&g: Spain #7O (modified: changed bottom frame)

#1 Inside #3022b,e&k: Spain #1P (modified: changed bottom frame)

#3 Inside #3022c&I: Spain #3O (modified: changed bottom frame)

#4 Inside #3022d&l: Spain #4O (modified: changed bottom frame)

#5 Inside #3022f&j: Spain #5O (modified: changed bottom frame)

#3022A

Scott: #3022O


Scott: #3118aO

Issued: 4.10.2001

Millennium of Birth, St. Dominic of Silos

Inside #3118a (In margin): Partial self on medal or coin

Thanks to Lou Guadagno


Scott: #3119O

Issued: 9.10.2001

Dialogue among Civilizations

Inside #3119: Pseudo Stamp on Envelope

Thanks to Lloyd Gilbert


+ESP M3733

Scott: #3157O

Issued: 25.03.2002

Stamp Day – IFSDA

Inside #3157: TBI

Thanks to Komlóssy Zoltán


2003

Scott: #3227P

Issued: 1.7.2003

150th Anniversary, First Stamps of Chile

#1 Inside #3227: Chile #1O


#3272a

Scott: #3272aP

Issued: 25.5.2004

Espana 2004, Valencia Exhibition

#1 Inside #3272a(In logo): Spain #1P

Thanks to Lou Guadagno


 

Commemorative sheets (with no franking value)

Issued as souvenirs for the Stamp Fair 

Issued: 18.03.2004

Thanks to Lloyd Gilbert


#3315

Scott: #3315P

Issued: 6.9.2004

150th Anniversary, First Stamps of Philippines

#1 Inside #3315: Philippines #1O

The first postage stamps used in the Philippines were issued by Spanish colonial authorities in 1854. The first Spanish Philippine stamps do not bear the name of the country, but are identified through the portrait of the reigning monarch, in this case Isabella II in profile with a coronet. Denominations are 5 and 10 cuartos, 1 and 2 reales. These were hand­engraved on metal plates, and thus differ from each other in many minute details. One carries the word carros instead of carreos, a genuine error valued by stamp collectors.

(http://www.filipinoheritage.com/history/stamps.htm)


2005

Scott: #3378P

Issued: 20.10.2005

150th Anniversary, First Spanish stamps issued for Cuba and Puerto Rico

  Inside #3378: Cuba #1O

At the time, Cuba and Puerto Rico, both belonged to Spain and stamps were first used there from 1855 onwards. The design used in these stamps, a profile image of queen Isabel II and at the top the word Correos (Post), was the same for those used in Spain. The stamps were used in Cuba until 1898, when the American intervention took place, and these last ones depicted King Alfonso XIII.

This issue reproduces a letter sent from Havana to the northern Spanish town of Santander and a copy of a ½ silver “real” (an old Spanish coin).

http://www.correos.es/

Lou Guadagno wrote: It commemorates the 150th Anniversary of the First Stamps of Cuba and Puerto Rico (Spanish Antilles), and reproduced is Cuba # 1.  There is no country name on the stamps as they were used on both islands and the only way to tell where they were used is by the cancels.  Next to the stamp is a Habana  postmark with an indistinct date which should have been 1855.


 

Commemorative sheets (with no franking value)

Issued as souvenirs for the Stamp Fair 

Issued: 29.03.2006

Thanks to Lloyd Gilbert


http://www.wnsstamps.post/stamps/2007/ES/ES039.07.jpg

Scott: #????O

Issued: 07.05.2007

Stamp Day - Spanish philatelic association

  Inside #????: Pseudo Stamp

On the 10th April 1869, a group of people fond of stamps created The London Philatelic Society, the oldest philatelic association in the world. It was awarded the “Royal” title in 1906 due to its prestige and international acknowledgement which it still has today and is now known as The Royal Philatelic Society London. Based on the English example, philatelic associations were established in other countries. In Spain, the first associations came up at the end of the XIX century being one of the first ones The Philatelic Society of Seville founded in 1895. In 1900 the Valencia Philatelic Union was created with regulations published in Spanish and French gathering up the objectives of this association. It writes down a “Stamp Swap” section between members with a road map under strict control. This association and the thriving Catalonian Philatelic Society from Barcelona, attempted from the beginning of the XX century to unite Spanish philately so that dealers and stamp collectors could create common philatelic societies. At an international level there are different federations of philatelic associations. The International Federation of Philately (FIP), the European Federation of Philatelic Associations (FEPA), the Interamerican Federation of Philately (FIAF) and the International Association of Philatelic Experts (AIEP) are amongst the most important.

Thanks to Komlóssy Zoltán


 

Commemorative sheets (with no franking value)

Issued as souvenirs for the Stamp Fair 

Issued: 2.4.2008

Thanks to Lloyd Gilbert


2008

Scott: #3579P

Issued: 23.4.2008

Europa - Letters

 

 Inside #3579: Spain #2425P

(Thanks to Lou)

2003 Inside #3579: Spain #3227P

This year’s Europa issue, a stamp launched by the member countries of Post Europ (Association of European Public Postal Operators) with a common theme, is devoted to the letter; a communication system that for centuries has been carried out by the public postal administrations.

The dictionary defines the letter as “A written or printed communication directed to a person or organization“. Similar definition has used Correos throughout history to define the task of the Spanish Post implying the secret and inviolability of communications and their delivery to the addressee.

It is the most used means of communication by politicians, scientists, writers and men and women throughout history and it has been the only means of communication until the telegraph and later on the telephone appeared. Writers from all times and countries have used letter writing as a literary gender as means of expressing their feelings and emotions such as José Cadalso, Juan Valera, Quevedo, Volatire, Bécquer and Kafka amongst many others have left us their excellent publications in the form of letters. A 19th century text defines the letter as: “a comfort to people of all social classes; the arrival of a letter is always a wonderful piece of news like the visit of a friend or beloved relative”

The Europa stamp issued on this occasion is part of a souvenir sheet recreating a romantic composition. The author, J. Carrero, creates a figurative painting with a set design were appear different elements of everyday life such as a mantelpiece, a glass with colourful flowers, letters and cancelled envelopes making up a harmonious set where the letter is the key element with a message beginning: “Dear beloved Inés…”

http://www.correos.es/

Thanks to Roberto


2010

Scott: #3754O

Issued: 18.10.2010

EXFILNA 2010

 

http://www.sandafayre.com/gallery/images/857.jpg Inside #3754: Spain #18O

http://www.sandafayre.com/gallery/stamp_857.htm

Inside #3754 (In Margin): Design components (motif details in changed colors)

#159 1870

#1927 1975

Spain #159O

Spain #1927O

#399 1930

#641 1946

Spain #399O

Spain #641O

Thanks to Prof. Plinio Richelmi and to Lou Guadagno


ESP2011M$1

2011 - to check

Komlóssy Zoltán


 

Commemorative sheets (with no franking value)

Issued as souvenirs for the Stamp Fair 

Issued: 31.05.2011

Spain #1322O

Spain #1075O

Spain #1028O

Spain #1042P

Spain #1044P

Spain #C146O

German Democratic Rep. #2528O

Spain #C102P

Thanks to Prof. Plinio Richelmi and to Lou Guadagno


http://d2cdm2jef6kgc7.cloudfront.net/stamps/2013/ES/ES039.13.jpg

Scott: #3906P

Issued: 29.04.2013

50th Anniversary, Spanish Federation of Philatelic Societies

Inside #3906: Pseudo Stamp


spain 4026a-- bklt pane

 

Scott: #4026aO

Issued: 03.02.2015

COLLECTING

spain 4026e-- from bklt (1)

sos spain 2828  1995 Inside #4026a: Spain #2028O

Thanks to Lou Guadagno


Fermin Caballero 

Scott: #????O

Issued: 08.09.2015

Fermin Caballero

sos spain 4  1850 Inside #????: Spain #4O

(black, not blue, also a partial lower frame detail)

Fermín Caballero, one of the most prominent political and intellectual personalities of the reign of Isabel II, is being included in the series Personalities due to his link to the origin of stamps in Spain. In 1843, when he was Minister of Governance, he passed the first order to study the establishment of prepaid postage in this country: “recently adopted in some countries in Europe…”

The stamp shows half of the man's face, in which his intense gaze stands. In the background are images of Madrid and the first stamp from 1850 with the word “Certified”. Foil was used in the printing process to give it a metallic aspect.

Fermín Caballero (Barajas de Melo, Cuenca, 1800 – Madrid, 1876), from a well-to-do family, began his studies in his native town. He seemed to be destined for the Church, where several of his family members were active, and consequently entered the seminary of Cuenca to study philosophy and later the University of Zaragoza to continue with theology. The revolution of 1820 changed his direction and he began to become involved in politics, switching from ecclesiastical studies to law, which he studied at the University of Alcalá de Henares (Madrid).  

With liberal ideas, he joined the Progressive Party and in 1834 was elected by Madrid and Cuenca to occupy a seat as a lawyer; he chose to occupy the seat in Cuenca. In this tumultuous period of constant political change, Fermín Caballero was the mayor of Madrid and Minister of Governance under Joaquín María López. After the fall of this government, he left politics and focused on intellectual work, publishing several works.

In his younger years he was a writer for the newspaper “Boletín de comercio”, which was later called the “Eco del comercio, which played an important role in the development of liberalism.

He showed an interest in geography and agriculture throughout his life. He was a member of the Territorial Division Committee and worked to build the foundations of a statistical and population census system. Among his published works, of note are “Nomenclatura geográfica de España (Geographical nomenclature of Spain)” (1834), “Manual geográfico-administrativo (Geographical-Administrative Manual)” (1844) and “Fomento de la población rural (Promotion of the rural population)” (1863).

Thanks to Lou Guadagno


spain      ss

Scott: #????O

Issued: 17.02.2016

Exfina 2016, Zaragoza Collecting

sos spain 4016   2015 Inside #????: Spain #4026O

sos spain 4078  2015 Inside #???? (in margin): Spain #4078O

spain     fdc 2 17 16

Thanks to Lou Guadagno


 

spain     4 21 16 (2)

Scott: #????O

Issued: 21.04.2013

300 Years of Post in Spain-Telegraph

#2 Inside #????: Spain #2O

Thanks to Lou Guadagno


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