India

Five official seals are known from India. There have also been 17 Dead Letter Office seals recorded.



Catalog: Drummond OS3

Date issued: Unknown, EKU June 20, 1932

Printing: Black

Perforation: Imperforate

Inscription: "FOUND / OPEN / OR / DAMAGED/ AND / OFFICIALLY / SECURED."

Control Number: "Lab.-39." at upper left

Description: 1937 cover from Hobart, Tasmania to Bombay, India with Indian post office seal affixed at upper right. Letter was returned to sender. Numerous backstamps including violet boxed "REFUSE / (REFUSED).", and black dead letter office markings of Bombay and Madras.

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