File:USSR FFC 1960-04-07 Moscow-Brussels.jpg

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English: USSR first flight cover 1960-04-07 Moscow-Brussels by SABENA.
  • Catalogue: CPA 2355 (1R), 2370 (60k).
Русский: Конверт первого полёта самолёта «Боинг-707» по маршруту БрюссельМосква — Брюссель 7—8 апреля 1960 года, который франкирован марками СССР (ЦФА 2355, 2370) и погашен специальным почтовым штемпелем.
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Author Postal authorities of the Soviet Union

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