File:Alexandr Pushkin Cover.jpg

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English: 1974 USSR ship cover of the passenger cruise ship Alexandr Pushkin. The blue cachet (bottom left) reads in Russian: "Baltic Sea Shipping Company. EXPO-67. Motor ship Alexandr Pushkin. Leningrad - Montreal - Leningrad".
Русский: Пример конвертов корабельной почты СССР с названиями теплоходов на календарных штемпелях. Морское пассажирское круизное судно «Александр Пушкин» Балтийского пароходства (1974)
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Author USSR Baltic Shipping Company
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