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Scott: #410a - 413aO

Issued: 11.4.1931

Independence Centenary Philatelic Exhibit

#1 Inside #410a - 413a: Uruguay Type A1O (B)


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Scott: #C173-5P

Issued: 15.12.1956

Centenary, Uruguay Stamps

#1 Inside #C173-5: Uruguay #1O


%23716

Scott: #716O

Issued: 19.3.1965

First Rio de la Plata Stamp Show

Scan not available Inside #716: Uruguay #21aO


#C271

Scott: #C271a-jP

Issued: 19.3.1965

First Rio de la Plata Stamp Show

#6 Inside #C271 (In Margin): Argentina #6O

#21 Inside #C271 (In Margin), #C271c, #C271h: Uruguay #21O

#23 Inside #C271a, #C271f: Uruguay #23O

Scan not available Inside #C271b, #C271g: Uruguay #20O

#22 Inside #C271d, #C271i: Uruguay #22O

#18 Inside #C271e, #C271j: Uruguay #18O


#C282

Scott: #C282O

Issued: 3.8.1965

18th Olympic Games

#284 Inside #C282: Uruguay #284O

#389 Inside #C282: Uruguay #389O


#736

Scott: #736O

Issued: 4.11.1966

Centenary, First Surcharge Issue


#C298

Scott: #C298a-jP

Issued: 4.11.1966

Overprint #C271a-j "CENTENARIO DEL SELLO / ESCUDITO RESELLADO"


#C299

Scott: #C299O

Issued: 17.12.1966

40th Anniversary, Philatelic Club of Uruguay, Surcharge #613

#1 Inside #C299: Uruguay #1O


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Scott: #C309P, #C310P

Issued: 10.5.1967

Centenary, 1866 Numeral Issue

#30 Inside #C309: Uruguay #30O

#31 Inside #C309: Uruguay #31O

#32 Inside #C310: Uruguay #32O

#33 Inside #C310: Uruguay #33O

#C309a

Scott: #C309aP

#C310a

Scott: #C310aP


#C319_1

Scott: #C319O

Issued: 19.6.1967

3rd Rio de la Plata Stamp Show

#187 Inside #C319: Uruguay Type A90P

#18A Inside #C319: Argentina #18aO

#187_resreve #18A reserve

(Portraits Reversed and Frames Modified)


#771a

Scott: #771AO

Issued: 1.10.1969

Stamp Day

#1 #2 #3

Inside #771A: Uruguay #1O, #2O & #3O (B)


%23C348

Scott: #C348O

Issued: 10.4.1969

EFIMEX '68

Inside #C348: Pseudo Stamp


#C353

Scott: #C353O

Issued: 15.11.1969

ABUEXPO '69

Inside #C353: Pseudo Stamp


%23785

Scott: #785O

Issued: 9.12.1970

URUEXPO '70

Inside #785: Pseudo Stamp


#C375_1%23C375

Scott: #C375a-cO

Issued: 1.10.1970

Stamp Day

#C1 #C2 #C3 

Inside #C375a-c: Uruguay #C1-3O (B)


#791

Scott: #791P

Issued: 26.3.1971

Uruguay Philatelic Exposition, 1971

Inside #791: Pseudo Stamp


#819

Scott: #819O

Issued: 17.1.1972

Stamp Day, 1971

#4 Inside #819: Uruguay #4O (B)


#C391

Scott: #C391O

Issued: 26.8.1972

EXFILBRA - 4th Inter American Philatelic Exhibition

#1 Inside #C391: Brazil #1O


#834#835

Scott: #834-5O

Issued: 20.12.1972

Stamp Day

#18 #20 #21

Inside #834: Uruguay #18O, #20O & #21O with Changed Values (B)

#22 #23

Inside #835: Uruguay #22O & #23O with Changed Values (B)


#863

Scott: #863O

Issued: 1.10.1973

Stamp Day

#12 Inside #863: Uruguay #12O (B)


#890

Scott: #890O

Issued: 1.10.1974

URUEXPO '74

Inside #890: Pseudo Stamp


#891

Scott: #891O

Issued: 19.10.1974

250th Anniversary, Fortification of Montevideo

Inside #891: Pseudo Stamp


#892

Scott: #892O

Issued: 9.10.1974

Centenary, UPU

Inside #892: Stamps on Envelopes

http://www.lbdphilately.com/images/U/Uruguay893a.jpg

Scott: footnoted at #893O

#30 Inside footnoted at #893: Uruguay #30O


#C399

Scott: #C399O

Issued: 15.10.1974

EXFILMEX '74

%23O1 Inside #C399: Mexico #O1O


Scott: #912O

Issued: 9.10.1975

Hispanic Stamp Day

Inside #912: Pseudo Stamp


#C402

Scott: #C402O

Issued: 4.3.1975

Espana '75

#1 Inside #C402: Spain #1P


#C403

Scott: #C403O

Issued: 4.4.1975

Espana '75

#c253 Inside #C403a: Uruguay #C253O

#893 Inside #C403b: Uruguay #893O

#C402 Inside #C403c: Uruguay #C402O


#C415

Scott: #C415O

Issued: 13.10.1975

Uruguayan Stamp Day

#C59 Inside #C415L Uruguay #C59O

#C258 Inside #C415L Uruguay #C258O

#C343 Inside #C415L Uruguay #C343O

#C288 Inside #C415L Uruguay #C288O

#883 Inside #C415L Uruguay #883O

#896 Inside #C415L Uruguay #896O

#Q99 Inside #C415L Uruguay #Q99O


%23940

Scott: #940O

Issued: 3.6.1976

Centenary, UPU

#2 Inside #940: UN #2O


%23964

Scott: #964O

Issued: 26.9.1976

50th Anniversary, Philatelic Club of Uruguay

#1 Inside #964: Uruguay #1O


#C422_1#C423

Scott: #C422-3O

Issued: 3.6.1976

25th Anniversary, UN Stamps

#5_1 Inside #C422: UN #5O

#11 Inside #C423: UN #11O


#C424ad#C425ad

Scott: #C424-5 ad sheets

Issued: 12.11.1976

Anniversary and Events

#1 In margin Uruguay #1O

And other stamps TBI


#980

Scott: #980O

Issued: 21.7.1977

1978 Soccer Championships in Argentina

#282 Inside #980: Uruguay #282O

#390 Inside #980: Uruguay #390O

#982a

Scott: #982aP


Scott: #984O

Issued: 1.10.1977

Stamp Day

Inside #984: Pseudo Stamp


#991-5

#996-1000

Scott: #991-1000O

Issued: 21.12.1977

150th Anniversary, Uruguayan Postal service

Inside #995, #997,#999-1000: Stamp on Envelope

#C428

Scott: #C428O

#1 Inside #C428: Uruguay #1O

Scott: #C429O


#1012

Scott: #1012O

Issued: 31.10.1978

Stamp Day

Inside #1012: Pseudo Stamps


Scott: #C435O

Issued: 28.8.1978

Riccione '78 and Eurphila '78, Overprint #C428


Scott: #1021O

Thanks to Lloyd Gilbert for the scan

Issued: 28.04.1979

International Philatelic Exhibition 1980  

#837 Inside #1021: G.B. #837P


#1042

Scott: #1042O

Issued: 18.6.1979

Death Centenary of Sir Rowland Hill

#117 Inside #1042: Greece #117O

#1042S


#C439

Scott: #C439O (Mi #B45)

Issued: 18.6.1979

Death Centenary of Sir Rowland Hill

#1 Inside #C439: Uruguay #1O

#C1 Inside #C439: Uruguay #C1O

#836 Inside #C439: G.B. #836P

#1 AA Inside #C439: G.B. #1O

Stamp expo 3 s/s

Inside #C439 (In margin): Uruguay #330aO

Thanks to Jan Van Lin for the scan

#834a

Inside #C439 (In margin): G.B. #834aO


Scott: #1061O

Issued: 0.2.1980

Stamp Day

Inside #1061: Pseudo Stamps


#1133a

Scott: #1133aO (#1132-3O)

Issued: 23.12.1982

Stamp Day

 Inside #1132: Uruguay #46O (B)

#47 Inside #1133: Uruguay #47O (B)

 


#1419

Scott: #1419O

Issued: 8.8.1992

Olymphilex '92

Inside #1419: Pseudo Stamp


#1445

Scott: #1445O

Issued: 3.5.1993

Polska '93

Inside #1445 (In Margin): Pseudo Stamp


#1472

Scott: #1472O

Issued: 28.7.1993

Brasiliana '93

#1 Inside #1472 (In Margin): Brazil #1O


#1519

Scott: #1519O

Issued: 18.11.1993

150th Anniversary, Swiss Stamps

#3L1 Inside #1519a: Switzerland, Basel #3L1O

#C39 Inside #1519b: Germany #C39O

#C426c Inside #1519b: Uruguay #C426cO

#C372 Inside #1519c: Uruguay #C372O

#C76  Inside #1519c: US #C76P

#c282a Inside #1519d: Uruguay #C282aO

#C104 Inside #1519d: US #C104O

#1519

Scott: #1520O

#1L1 Inside #1520a: Switzerland: Zurich #1L1O

#1L2 Inside #1520a: Switzerland: Zurich #1L2O

#B541 Inside #1520b: Switzerland #B541O

#1 Inside #1520 (In margin): Uruguay #1O

#C1 Inside #1520 (In margin): Uruguay #C1O


#1526

Scott: #1526O

Issued: 6.5.1994

1994 Winter Olympic Medal Winners

 Inside #1526 (in margin): Uruguay #1175O


#1527

Scott: #1527O

Issued: 16.5.1994

1994 World Cup Soccer Championships

#1 Inside #1527 (in margin): Uruguay #1O


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Scott: #1665O

Issued: 25.5.1997

Youth Stamp Collecting

Inside #1665: Stamp Collecting


1997_1

Scott: #1685-6O

Issued: 10.10.1997

America

Inside #1685-6: Stamp on envelope

AMERICA SERIES: POSTMAN - TWO MOTIVES

This issue is one of the America Series adopted by the Postal Union of the Americas, Spain and Portugal (PUASP) in l989. Every year since then, the member Administrations of the Union have simultaneously issued a philatelic series each year on a different subject. The Postman is the motive chosen for l997.


THE POSTMAN IN TODAY'S POST

The postman plays an essential role within the regional process of postal reform under way through which the Post Offices are turning into enterprises. In the Uruguayan Postal Administration, the postman's traditional role has changed. Now, the Postman is the direct sales promoter of the Postal Administration. The success of the recently launched "Collection at the sender's address" service depends mainly on the effective participation of the postman.

More than 500 postal agents have been trained and are now dealing with our clients to offer a specific service of registered mail under the newly established "Track and Trace" System. Clients may ask by telephone that their mails be collected by the postman at their address.

This new service tends to improve the quality-of- service standards and aims to win enterprises as the Post Office's main clients, as is the trend all over the world.

At present, there are 800 postmen all over the country. They have been recruted in the course of the past two years within the framework of agreements passed with organizations promoting employment for youth. Young postmen start like this, their career within the Post Office. In this new generation of postal agents the proportion of women to men employed is far higher than in the past. Nearly fifty per cent of the postal agents recruted in Montevideo are women.

The stamps released today depicts all those changes: the new role of the postman, who deals directly with the clients and meets an

increasing demand from businesses; and the greater participation of the female workforce.

http://www.correo.com.uy/


1998

Scott: #1722P

Issued: 12.5.1998

Int'l. Thematic Philatelic Exhibition

#5 Inside #1722a: Switzerland #5O

#1 Inside #1722a: Uruguay #1O

 

This Philatelic Exhibition held on May 12-17 in Nueva Helvecia, Colonia Suiza, Department of Colonia, is one of the events organized to commemorate the 150th. anniversary of the Swiss Confederation and the 200th Anniversary of the Swiss Republic

The four stamps comprised in the miniature sheet depict outstanding events related to Switzerland, and thematic elements of interest to stamp collectors, such as numismatics in philately, the future international space-station of the NASA, and Switzerland as prospective host of the 2006 Winter Games. 

The fourth stamp shows the first Uruguayan postal issue "Diligencia", released on October 1st 1856 and the 5-cent official stamp for ordinary letters issued by the Swiss Confederation in 1851.

http://www.correo.com.uy/filatelia/frames/index_ingles.htm


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Scott: #1754P

Issued: 6.11.1998

Uruguay - Germany 1998, Stamp Exhibition

  Inside #1754a: Uruguay #C14

 Inside #1754a: Uruguay #C43

 Inside #1754a: Uruguay #359

Lou wrote: That is an actual 1930 zeppelin flight cover on the SOS, and I learned that 58c paid the air mail rate and fees from Uruguay to Germany, so I was able to confirm the ID of the tiny blue stamp as # 359/8c after the easy IDs of #s C14 and C43.

(Thanks to Lou Guadagno for IDs and scans)

 

#1592 Inside #1754b: Germany #1592P

#2791 Inside #1754b: DDR #2791O

#9N584 Inside #1754b: Germany Berlin #9N584O


#1798

Scott: #1798O

Issued: 28.5.1999

Centenary of Barcelona Football Club

 

#2985 Inside #1798 (In margin of sheet): Spain #2985

Inside #1798 (In margin of sheet): Spain #2985

(As imprinted stamp on envelope [1 of 5] in different colors)  

Thanks to Lou Guadagno


Scott: #1807O

Issued: 30.07.1999

Philately 2000 

  Inside #1807d: Uruguay #C60

Thanks to Lou Guadagno


Scott: #1817O

Issued: 01.10.1999

Philatelic Witches Sabbath, by Mariano Barbasa´n

Inside #1817: Uruguay first stamps

#1 Inside #1817: Uruguay Type A1O

Thanks to Martin Hirschbühl


2000

Scott: #1866O

Issued: 02.05.2000

Stamp Kids Contest

Inside #1866: Stamp on Envelope


Scott: #1925O

Issued:23.10.2001

Dialogue among Civilizations

Inside #1925: Pseudo Stamp on Envelope

Thanks to Lloyd Gilbert


2002

Scott: #1971O

Issued: 9.10.2002

175th Anniversary of Postal Service

#1 Inside #1971: Uruguay #1O

#7 Inside #1971: Uruguay #7O

#8 Inside #1971: Uruguay #8O

#9Inside #1971: Uruguay #9O

#17 Inside #1971: Uruguay #17O

#23 Inside #1971: Uruguay #23O

#25 Inside #1971: Uruguay #25O

#26 Inside #1971: Uruguay #26O

#33 Inside #1971: Uruguay #33O


http://www.correo.com.uy/images/filatelia/300x300/2005-18-C.jpg

Scott: #2121-2O

Issued: 11.08.2005

50th Anniversary, Europa stamps

#1263 Inside #2121: Spain #1263O

#1126 Inside #2122: Spain #1126O


2006

Scott: #2164O

Issued: 29.09.2006

150th Anniversary, First stamp of Uruguay

#1 Inside #2164: Uruguay #1O


Scott: #2312O

Issued: 30.11.2010

100th Anniversary, First Flights in Uruguay

 Inside #2312 (In margin): Uruguay #157O

Inside #2312 (In margin): Uruguay H&G PC #31O

Inside #2312 (In margin): Uruguay H&G PC #52/5O

All partials, not in issued colors

There are also some postmarks and rubber stamp flight cachets as they appear on the actual flight cards,

Lou wrote: This s/s was a disappointment when I first saw it—no examples of covers from the flights—until I took a closer look a top margin.  Not a heck of a lot there, but I could make out bits and pieces of postal card imprints and postal markings. I did some online searches and checked at the CCNY library and found a little background on the aviators and flights but no pictures of flight covers. So, ”The Stamp on Stamp Detective” went to work:

Checking online I looked for scans of Uruguay stationery around the time period of the flights and found several of each type. The portion of the card at the top left of the s/s had large lettering reading “Union Postal Universal”, and an indicium of 2c; below in the stamp was “Año 1887”, so this was H&G PC #31. Added over the indicium was a Uruguay stamp and even tho it was only partially reproduced, after a fast check in Scott’s I recognized the base, leg of Eros and fruit from the cornucopia of #157.

The other partial postal card was a little harder to identify as the indicium was not shown and there were a number of cards with the same inscriptions.  Then I saw inside the stamps below, a faint building outline and even fainter wording: ”PENITENCIARIA (MONTEVIDEO)”. There are several view sets listed, but only the #52 set has the penitentiary view, so I was able to positively ID the card as H&G PC #52/5 ( Penitentiary View).

Thanks to Lou Guadagno


Scott: #????O

Issued: 23.03.2011

100th Anniversary, UPAEP

 Inside #????: Uruguay #196O

SC #196 issued to commemorate the South American Postal Congress meeting in Montevideo, which created the international organization that grew to become the Postal Union of the Americas, Spain and Portugal.

Thanks to Prof. Plinio Richelmi and Lou Guadagno


http://www.correo.com.uy/images/filatelia/300x300/2012-38-H.jpg 

Scott: #????O

Issued: 21.12.2012

180th Anniversary of Postal Administration

Inside #????: Pseudo Stamps

Thanks to Lloyd Gilbert


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