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Nr. 47076

postcard, Saint Petersburg. St. Isaac's Cathedral. The first Russian Easter postcard. The postcard was made in 1898 in the lithography of Karl de Castelli in Saint Petersburg. It is known, that the postcard was sent by post on March 25 1898 (Lit.: Филокартия, No 2(22) 2011), Russia, the border of the 19th and the 20th centuries, 14.6x9 cm

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printed work form: postcard
title: Saint Petersburg. St. Isaac's Cathedral. The first Russian Easter postcard. The postcard was made in 1898 in the lithography of Karl de Castelli in Saint Petersburg. It is known, that the postcard was sent by post on March 25 1898 (Lit.: Филокартия, No 2(22) 2011)
country: Russia
language: russian
period of impression: the border of the 19th and the 20th centuries
dimensions: 14.6x9
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