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The most expensive old stamp in Argentina.
The stamps are unfortunately for the philatelist a species in extinction, replaced the correspondence that uses them, first with email and then by social networks.
The most valuable is still the blue Rivadavia (actually blue-greenish), with rubber on the reverse, 15 cents, undentar from the year 1864.
Berdino Rivadavia was 1st President of the United
Provinces of the Rio de la Plata during the period between February 8, 1826 and June 27, 1827.
Averaging the values in different catalogs, it goes around 21,400 pesos .
Source: Master News
Publication Date: 14/01/2019
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