File:SU-FDC 1991 MiNr6228 RecLett pm B002.jpg

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First Day Cover (FDC) of the Soviet Union; 1991; real used FDC as registered letter; FDC to the issue "Common Soviet-Austrian Space Flight" in commemoration of the visit of the Austrian cosmonaut Franz Viehböck in the space station MIR (staying there: 7 days + 22 hours + 12 min) (outgoing flight; mission Sojus TM-12 on ; return flight: mission Sojus TM-13 on ); FDC real used as registered letter from Moscow ZEK 3 to Grodno (contemporary Hrodna in Black Ruthenia (Belarus)) in 1991; FDC postmarked with special postmark to the flight and normal sender postmark of the "Moskva Poschtamt ZEK 3"
Stamp: Michel: No. 6228; Yvert et Tellier: No. 5887; AFA: No. 6184
Color: multicolored
Watermark: none
Nominal value: 20 (Kopeks)

Postage validity: from 2 October 1991 until 1992
date QS:P,+1991-00-00T00:00:00Z/8,P580,+1991-10-02T00:00:00Z/11,P582,+1992-00-00T00:00:00Z/9

(The former USSR was dissolved on the 21st of December, 1991 officially, but the first stamp issue of the core and succession state "Russia" was issued firstly on the 10th of January 1992. For a certain transition period (local differently) were the old stamps of the USSR postal valid furthermore.)
Postmark:
(1) First day special postmark of the Moscow Post Office, with motive to the common flight
(2) Postmark of the sender post office Moscow ZEK 3,
Registration label: Russian: "З" as cancellation by the Post Office Moscow ZEK 3
FDC (= Soviet Union No. 1099 (printed annotation on the back side)) as real used letter (R-letter) from Moscow to Grodno (contemporary Hrodna in Black Ruthenia (Belarus))

Date (print date of the FDC, printed annotation on the back side)

(first issue day of the stamp)

(date of postmark)
Source scan of original
Author Ministry of the Posts and Telecommunications of the URSS ("Ministerstvo svjasi SSSR", "Ministière des Postes et Télécommunications de l'URSS")
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