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English: Nicaragua postage stamp, 1891, with number designations to serve as stamp reference points, per image caption descriptions.
Date 1891
Source Nicaragua government, Post Office. Gwillhickers photo image obtained by hi-res scan of Nicaragua postage stamp. Numerals superimposed over stamp for reference purposes.
Author Nicagura Post Office. Stamp artist unknown, work more than 70 years old.
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