LETTERS & COVERS FROM THE GRAND DUCHY OF TUSCANY - POSTAL HISTORY from 1600s to NAPOLEON OCCUPATION TO THE INTRODUCTION OF POSTAGE STAMPS: LIVORNO FIRENZE SIENA PISA LUCCA PRATO ETC

LETTERS & COVERS FROM THE GRAND DUCHY OF TUSCANY - POSTAL HISTORY from 1600s to NAPOLEON OCCUPATION TO THE INTRODUCTION OF POSTAGE STAMPS: LIVORNO FIRENZE SIENA PISA LUCCA PRATO ETC

There are 50 items in this category

1850s COVER FROM NAPLES * boxed UFFIZIO DI SANITA BOCCA DEL PORTO * rare
Country: TUSCANY
Condition: 1850s COVER FROM NAPLES * boxed UFFIZIO DI SANITA BOCCA DEL PORTO * rare
Description: OVAL HANDSTAMP STEAMER "ELBE" FRAISSINET - *** INITIALLED IN PENCIL BY POSTAL HISTORIAN DR MIGLIAVACCA
Price: $135.00
Item Id #014348    See Details...
1847 Letter from CONSTANTINOPLE boxed DISINFETTATA NEL LAZZERETTO ST ROCCO LIVORNO
Country: TUSCANY
Condition: 1847 Letter from CONSTANTINOPLE boxed DISINFETTATA NEL LAZZERETTO ST ROCCO LIVORNO
Description: 1847 ENT LETTER from CONSTANTINOPLE boxed DISINFETTATA NEL LAZZERETTO ST ROCCO DI LIVORNO - VERY FINE * SCARCE *** INITIALLED IN PENCIL BY POSTAL HISTORIAN DR MIGLIAVACCA
Price: $88.00
Item Id #014349    See Details...
1849 Letter from GENOA  boxed DISINFETTATA NEL LAZZERETTO ST ROCCO LIVORNO
Country: TUSCANY
Condition: 1849 Letter from GENOA boxed DISINFETTATA NEL LAZZERETTO ST ROCCO LIVORNO
Description: 1849 ENT LETTER from GENOA boxed DISINFETTATA NEL LAZZERETTO ST ROCCO DI LIVORNO - VERY FINE * SCARCE *** INITIALLED IN PENCIL BY POSTAL HISTORIAN DR MIGLIAVACCA
Price: $68.00
Item Id #014350    See Details...
1836 Letter from GENOA  boxed DISINFETTATA NEL LAZZERETTO ST ROCCO LIVORNO
Country: TUSCANY
Condition: 1836 Letter from GENOA boxed DISINFETTATA NEL LAZZERETTO ST ROCCO LIVORNO
Description: *** INITIALLED IN PENCIL BY POSTAL HISTORIAN DR MIGLIAVACCA
Price: $66.00
Item Id #014351    See Details...
1683 NAPLES TO LIVORNO TUSCANY ST ANDREW CROSS 3/4 rate
Country: ITALY NAPLES
Condition: 1683 NAPLES TO LIVORNO TUSCANY ST ANDREW CROSS 3/4 rate
Description: 1683 NAPLES TO LIVORNO TUSCANY ST ANDREW CROSS 3/4 rate *** 1683 NAPLES TO LEGHORN - postal rate 3 soldi 4 denari (3 4) clearly written - rate most likely for the delivery from Rome to Tuscany (the Naples Rome leg was a swap between couriers) most interesting ST ANDREW CROSS below docketing area to indicate that the letter was received and dealt with - rare double sheet with lengthy text dealing with shipment of merchandise (oil, pottery, and jugs) using various ships including English ones; mentioned is made about the raids of the Turkish Signed by expert Dr Migliavacca *** COPYRIGHT: We own the copyright in this site and in material published on it such as articles, technical profiles, technical information, general information, descriptions and photographs of all items. Those works and the entire content of this website are protected by copyright laws around the world. All our rights are reserved. All images, text and stamps featured on this site (virginstamps.com) are our SOLE PROPERTY and may not be copied or reproduced in any form whatsoever. Swift legal action will be taken against any individual, organisation, group, or company found to have violated our copyright in any form or reproduced any of the webpages, images or content without prior written permission. *********** 1683 NAPOLI LIVORNO tariffa 3 soldi 4 danari (3 4) foglio doppio con lungo testo (rari i fogli doppi) - tariffa quasi sicuramente riguardava il tratto Roma-Livorno poiche' il tratto Napoli-Roma veniva assolto da corriere napoletano che faceva scambi di corrispondenze a Roma - inoltre Croce di Sant'Andrea al retro per indicare che amministrativamente il contenuto era stato registrato - RARO DOPPIO FOGLIO con lungo testo Firmata Migliavacca ************* COPYRIGHT: We own the copyright in this site and in material published on it such as articles, technical profiles, technical information, general information, descriptions and photographs of all items. Those works and the entire content of this website are protected by copyright laws around the world. All our rights are reserved. All images, text and stamps featured on this site (virginstamps.com) are our SOLE PROPERTY and may not be copied or reproduced in any form whatsoever. Swift legal action will be taken against any individual, organisation, group, or company found to have violated our copyright in any form or reproduced any of the webpages, images or content without prior written permission.
Price: $185.00
Item Id #001808    See Details...
1702 BOLOGNA LIVORNO TUSCANY ST ANDREW CROSS rate 2/4
Country: ITALY PAPAL STATES
Condition: 1702 BOLOGNA LIVORNO TUSCANY ST ANDREW CROSS rate 2/4
Description: 1702 BOLOGNA LIVORNO TUSCANY ST ANDREW CROSS rate 2/4 *** 1702 BOLOGNA TO LEGHORN - written by GIOBATTA & GIUSEPPE ROMA -- postal rate 2 soldi 4 denari (2 4) clearly written - most interesting ST ANDREW CROSS below docketing area to indicate postage paid * BEAUTIFUL DRY SEAL IN VERY FINE CONDITION Signed by expert Dr Migliavacca *** 1702 BOLOGNA LIVORNO da corrisspondenti GIOBATTA & GIUSEPPE ROMA - tariffa 2 soldi 4 danari (2 4) - inoltre Croce di Sant'Andrea al retro per indicare che il corriere era stato pagato Firmata Migliavacca
Price: $155.00
Item Id #001809    See Details...
1811 ISLAND OF ELBA * PORTOFERRAIO DR. C. LAPI  MAYOR
Country: TUSCANY
Condition: PORTOFERRAIO ELBA 1811 LAPI MAYOR
Description: Portoferraio 5 August 1811 * Entire Letter from Dr. C. Lapi Mayor of Portoferraio and Acting Administrator of the Elba Jurisdiction - rare elliptic handstamp of Lapi (indistinct as usual), his seal on back flaps. Text deals with budget matters - Extremely rare item in fine to very fine condition * Signed by noted expert Dr. Migliavacca to attest authenticity.
Price: $175.00
Item Id #000557    See Details...
112 FLORENCE INTENDT DU TRESOR PUBLIC G DUCHE DE TOSCANE 1810
Country: United States
Condition: 1810 112 FLORENCE INTENDT DU TRESOR
Description: Florence 8 April 1810: Entire Letter from the Auditor of the Treasury and signed by him. 112 FLORENCE departmental postmark plus red script handstamp INTENDT DU TRESOR PUBLIC G. DUCHE DE TOSCANE *** Fine to very fine; quite interesting item *** Signed by noted expert Dr. Migliavacca to attest authenticity
Price: $47.00
Item Id #000558    See Details...
GRAND-DUCHY TUSCANY PREPHILATELIC POSTMARKS 1760s-1851 NEW FABULOUS CATALOGUE HARDBOUND
Country: ITALY
Condition: GRAND-DUCHY TUSCANY PREPHILATELIC POSTMARKS 1760s-1851 NEW FABULOUS CATALOGUE HARDBOUND
Description: IN ITALIAN HARDBOUND, HIGH QUALITY PAPER, LAVISHLY PRODUCED 220 PAGES + TRANSPARENCIES TO FIND CORRECT TYPES & SUB-TYPES ILLUSTRATED THROUGHOUT ALL THE PRE-PHILATELIC POSTMARKS OF TUSCANY FROM 1760s TO 1851 IT INCLUDES POSTMARKS OF THE VARIOUS POST OFFICES FROM ARCIDOSSO TO VOLTERRA, IN ALPHABETICAL ORDER RAILWAY POSTMARKS DISINFECTED MAIL HANDSTAMPS PROVENANCE & ROUTING HANDSTAMPS ACCOUNTANCY MARKS & ARRANGEMENTS SEA MAIL AS WITH THE EARLIER VOLLMEIR WORK ON THE SAME SUBJECT, ONCE SOLD OUT THIS BOOK WILL BECOME A RARITY IN ITSELF BUY IT NOW & YOU WILL BE GLAD WE SHIP WORLDWIDE
Price: $99.00
Item Id #003631    See Details...
1590 FLORENCE TO CALCIONE * Firenze PRINCISVALLE DELLA STUFA
Country: TUSCANY
Condition: 1590 FLORENCE TO CALCIONE * Firenze PRINCISVALLE DELLA STUFA
Description: 26 APRIL 1590: 425 YEAR OLD ENTIRE LETTER from FLORENCE, from PRINCISVALLE DELLA STUFA, signed by ELISABETTA DELLA STUFA. The Della Stufa were a noble family dating back to the 1200s, they were the owners of the famous CALCIONE CASTLE. They were also relatives and loyal allies of the MEDICIS. This letter informs the Captain of the Calcione Castle that Princisvalle is going to Loreto and needs his favourite horse and two "well groomed men" to accompany him; he also makes arrangements for his return to Badia and later to Calcione. The signature of Elisabetta is in conjunction with further instructions; at this time in history it is VERY RARE to encounter a woman's signature complete with her family name on a letter!!! CALCIONE IS STRATEGICALLY LOCATED BETWEEN SIENA AND AREZZO. Princisvalle and his brother Pandolfo invested large amounts of money to restore the nearby Badia; Princisvalle was also instrumental in refurbishing the Calcione Palace and turn it into a most impressive Castle [see images on the Internet]. In 1632 Calcione was elevated to Marquisate. The Della Stufa first-born male lineage came to an end in 1662 and the Marquisate and most assets were passed on to the second-born lineage. The only survivor of the first lineage, Teresa della Stufa (daughter of Domenico) married Giovanni di Antonio di Corsi. *** Overall condition of this important and UNIQUE letter: fine to very fine. Signed in pencil by noted expert Dr. Migliavacca to attest authenticity. ************ COPYRIGHT: We own the copyright in this site and in material published on it such as articles, technical profiles, technical information, general information, descriptions and photographs of all items. Those works and the entire content of this website are protected by copyright laws around the world. All our rights are reserved. All images, text and stamps featured on this site (virginstamps.com) are our SOLE PROPERTY and may not be copied or reproduced in any form whatsoever. Swift legal action will be taken against any individual, organisation, group, or company found to have violated our copyright in any form or reproduced any of the webpages, images or content without prior written permission.
Price: $250.00
Item Id #013116    See Details...
1591 FLORENCE TO BORGO SANSEPOLCRO Arezzo * to PRINCISVALLE DELLA STUFA
Country: TUSCANY
Condition: 1591 FLORENCE TO BORGO SANSEPOLCRO Arezzo * to PRINCISVALLE DELLA STUFA
Description: FLORENCE 29 MAY 1591: 425 YEAR OLD ENTIRE LETTER to PRINCISVALLE DELLA STUFA Special Commissioner at BORGO SANSEPOLCRO (near Arezzo). The letter is from LORENZO BERARDI and refers to the incarceration of a cavalryman in Borgo Sansepolcro. The Della Stufa were a noble family dating back to the 1200s, they were the owners of the famous CALCIONE CASTLE. They were also relatives and loyal allies of the MEDICIS. In 1632 the first-born lineage of the family was given the title of MARQUIS in perpetuity. *** Large portion of the “nizza” used to seal the letter has survived. The use of sealing letters with a NIZZA began in the fifteenth century; a NIZZA is a strip of paper on which it is struck a dry seal - the nizza is glued to the letter by wax or binding substance. The final (triangular) tongue of the nizza went through a slit of the folded letter reaching the address side. The tongue had to be torn to open the letter. If the nizza was not intact when delivered to the addressee it would be evidence that the letter had been violated. ****** Overall condition of this important and UNIQUE letter: fine to very fine. Signed in pencil by noted expert Dr. Migliavacca to attest authenticity.
Price: $175.00
Item Id #013117    See Details...
LIVORNO TO MARSEILLE FRANCE 1852 * TOSCANE ANTIBES
Country: TUSCANY
Condition: LIVORNO TO MARSEILLE FRANCE 1852 * TOSCANE ANTIBES
Description: ENTIRE LETTER WITH TEXT -- "TOSCANE ANTIBES" ENTRY CDS in red -- signed by expert Dr Migliavacca
Price: $49.00
Item Id #002114    See Details...
FRANCE MARSEILLE TO LIVORNO SHIP AGENT FRAISSINET 1847
Country: FRANCE
Condition: FRANCE MARSEILLE TO LIVORNO SHIP AGENT FRAISSINET 1847
Description: Entire letter complete with text ** ship agent oval RHONE HERAULT OCEAN M. FRAISSINET & C.IE MARSEILLE * endorsed "P. OCEAN" one of 3 ships in his fleet -- fine to very fine and elusive - signed by expert Dr Migliavacca
Price: $75.00
Item Id #002115    See Details...
FRANCE MARSEILLE TO LIVORNO SHIP AGENT FRAISSINET 1848
Country: FRANCE
Condition: FRANCE MARSEILLE TO LIVORNO SHIP AGENT FRAISSINET 1848
Description: Entire letter complete with text ** ship agent ** Very Fine oval RHONE HERAULT OCEAN M. FRAISSINET & C.IE MARSEILLE * endorsed "SERVICE" as the letter was carried by one of 3 ships in his fleet -- elusive - signed by expert Dr Migliavacca
Price: $85.00
Item Id #002116    See Details...
LIVORNO TO GENOA
Country: TUSCANY
Condition: LIVORNO TO GENOA "IL LOMBARDO" STEAMER 1842
Description: ENTIRE LETTER COMPLETE WITH TEXT to GENOA, 1842, oval handstamp depicting steamer inscribed PIROSCAFO IL LOMBARDO AGENZIA DI LIVORNO, + entry mark at Genoa VIA DI MARE (E) in red -- signed by expert Dr Migliavacca
Price: $75.00
Item Id #002117    See Details...
NAPLES LIVORNO 1849 via IL LOMBARDO Steamer
Country: TUSCANY
Condition: NAPLES LIVORNO 1849 via IL LOMBARDO Steamer
Description: Entire Letter with text from Naples endorsed COL VAPORE LOMBARDO (BY IL LOMBARDO STEAMER)plus double oval blue green handstamp featuring steamer and inscribed C. DI LORENZO & C.I AGENZIA VAPORI SARDI NAPOLI * most attractive and fine * signed by expert Dr Migliavacca
Price: $95.00
Item Id #002118    See Details...
NAPLES LIVORNO 1849 via
Country: TUSCANY
Condition: NAPLES LIVORNO 1849 via "VIRGILIO" Steamer
Description: Entire Letter with text from Naples endorsed "P. VIRGILIO" (by steamer Virgilio) plus double oval blue green handstamp featuring steamer and inscribed C. DI LORENZO & C.I AGENZIA VAPORI SARDI NAPOLI * good to fine * signed by expert Dr Migliavacca
Price: $95.00
Item Id #002119    See Details...
GENOA TO LIVORNO 1842
Country: TUSCANY
Condition: GENOA TO LIVORNO 1842 "VAPORI TOSCANI AGENZIA GENOVA"
Description: Entire Letter complete with text showing oval handstamp featuring steamer and inscribed VAPORI TOSCANI AGENZIA DI GENOVA (TUSCANY STEAMERS GENOA AGENCY) - quality typical of this handstamp otherwise fine and rare ** signed by expert Dr Migliavacca
Price: $85.00
Item Id #002121    See Details...
TOSCANA 1847 CASCINA - SIENA entire letter
Country: TUSCANY
Condition: TOSCANA 1847 CASCINA - SIENA entire letter
Description: USE SEARCH ENGINE ON THIS SITE TO FIND RELATED OR SIMILAR ITEMS --- 1847 Entire Letter (complete with text) CASCINA cds SIENA cds on back flap Signed by Expert Dr. Migliavacca Firmato Migliavacca
Price: $19.00
Item Id #008779    See Details...
TOSCANA 1844 SIENA to Massa Marittima entire letter
Country: TUSCANY
Condition: TOSCANA 1844 SIENA to Massa Marittima entire letter
Description: 1844 Entire Letter (complete with text) SIENA Straight Line Signed by Expert Dr. Migliavacca Firmato Migliavacca
Price: $18.00
Item Id #008780    See Details...
TOSCANA 1822 PRATO to Massa Marittima entire letter
Country: TUSCANY
Condition: TOSCANA 1822 PRATO to Massa Marittima entire letter
Description: 1822 Entire Letter (complete with text) boxed PRATO Signed by Expert Dr. Migliavacca Firmato Migliavacca
Price: $19.00
Item Id #008781    See Details...
TOSCANA 1847 FUCECCHIO - CASCINA entire letter
Country: TUSCANY
Condition: TOSCANA 1847 FUCECCHIO - CASCINA entire letter
Description: 1847 Entire Letter (complete with text) FUCECCHIO cds CASCINA cds on back flap Signed by Expert Dr. Migliavacca Firmato Migliavacca
Price: $17.00
Item Id #008782    See Details...
TOSCANA 1846 PESCIA - CASCINA entire letter
Country: TUSCANY
Condition: TOSCANA 1846 PESCIA - CASCINA entire letter
Description: 1846 Entire Letter (complete with text) PESCIA 30 DIC cds CASCINA cds on back flap 31 DECEMBER!! Signed by Expert Dr. Migliavacca Firmato Migliavacca
Price: $19.00
Item Id #008783    See Details...
PISTOIA TO MODENA 1830 ENTIRE LETTER
Country: ITALY
Condition: PISTOIA TO MODENA 1830
Description: 3 March 1830 Entire Letter from PISTOIA (straight line postmark in black) to MODENA (boxed postmark in red struck un address panel. Very fine condition, red wax seal, complete with text. Postage paid by addressee. Signed by noted expert Dr. Migliavacca.
Price: $26.00
Item Id #000360    See Details...
Postal History of the Italian Mail Steamers in the Mediterranean – 1818-1839 – Vol.
Country: ITALY
Condition: Postal History of the Italian Mail Steamers in the Mediterranean – 1818-1839 – Vol. I
Description: Postal History of the Italian Mail Steamers in the Mediterranean – 1818-1839 – Vol. I ***************** POSTAGE FOR BUYERS IN COUNTRIES OTHER THAN USA IS AS FOLLOWS: WHEN YOU RECEIVE THE INVOICE FOR YOUR PURCHASE THERE WILL BE $10 CHARGE FOR POSTAGE TO USA - FOR OTHER DESTINATIONS THE FOLLOWING COSTS MUST BE ADDED TO THE $10 INITIALLY CHARGED: TO CANADA & EUROPE $15 (+$10 of course) --- TO CENTRAL & SOUTH AMERICA $25 (+10 of course) --- TO THE REST OF THE WORLD $30 (+$10 of course) :::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::: Storia della Navigazione a Vapore e dei Servizi Postali sul Mediterraneo, Vol. I — 1818-1839, by Alessandro Arseni. Published 2013. Perfect bound 8 1/2” x 11 3/4”, card cover, 126 pages, in Italian; mostly colour and some black and white illustrations throughout, plus maps and charts. ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ By the early 1800s the postal service of most countries was a state monopoly, nevertheless such a service was, in many instances, dependent on conveyance by sea using ships owned by private enterprises. Postal traffic was quite heavy in many of the various ports in the Mediterranean and to protect its monopoly, in due course, postal administrations entered into special arrangements and conventions with ship owners and ship lines. Until 1892, when circular date stamps with the ship names were introduced in Italy, mention of the ship’s name may be deduced from the text of the missive or from handwritten endorsements on the address side of the letter. Such instances, while being sporadic, left much guess work for other letters that did not bear any reference to the ship that conveyed them. The postal history of mail delivered by steamships in the Mediterranean has always been popular with European collectors and with Italian ones in particular. A pioneer of this facet of postal history, Umberto Del Bianco, in 1968, saw his Gli annulli marittimi italiani in uso anteriormente al 1891 published in Rome by a prominent philatelic publisher. His book was compiled and formatted as a catalogue of the various hand-stamps, postmarks, and cancellations found on Italian sea-mail up to 1891. The actual postal history was often in the background and the postmarks and hand-stamps (and their market value) to the forefront. The book is still widely used and sought after by new generations of collectors. Then, between 1976 and 1982, a Milanese philatelic publisher published his three volumes titled II Lloyd Austriaco e gli Annullamenti marittimi dell’Austria e Ungheria. This opus, totalling 1,380 pages, remains a widely used reference. In 2006, his book on postal links between Genoa and South America (namely, Uruguay and Argentina), I servizi marittimi Italiani tra Genova e i porti dell’America Meridionale, was published by another philatelic publisher. What I must point out, though, is that Del Bianco — a very successful publisher in his own right — chose to rely on philatelic publishers. In addition to these important publications he also authored three volumes on the postal history of Lombardy-Venetia as well as a series of articles on mail delivery performed by steamship companies in Italy and in the Mediterranean. Needless to say, a small army of sea-mail collectors was quickly assembled; this was not a typical Italian fad but a trend worldwide. In the meantime many collectors and collections have come and gone, yet almost half a century after Del Bianco’s first book sea-mail continues to fascinate scores of specialists. A postal history veteran himself, Alessandro Arseni was caressed by the blindfolded goddess in 1990, when he was privileged enough to acquire a 20,000 letters archive of a Leghorn-based agent of the Peninsular & Oriental Steam Navigation Company as well as other merchant shipping lines. One can easily see why this dreamlike acquisition placed him on the driver’s seat. Arseni was flooded with important documents and information. However, he soon realized that more research was required. The result is here for everyone to appreciate: the first in a series of volumes delving into the two decades between 1818 and 1839. Volume I gives all the dates of departure and arrival of all steamships operating between 1824 and 1839, including their transits at ports such as Marseille, Genoa, Leghorn, Civitavecchia, and Naples. This crucial information was gleaned from thousands of contemporary newspapers found in collections at public and university libraries throughout Italy. To further corroborate his data, the Author liaised with auctioneers and specialized collectors. Finding a letter with the words “Via di Mare” (by sea) handwritten or hand-stamped on the address side has always evoked a romantic past as well as a million conjectures. Collectors of air mail or mail transported by train can easily spot the flight or the railway route of such mail, but when it comes to sea-mail the research is complex and intimidating. It is not sufficient to rely on the routing endorsements and the postmarks and hand-stamps found on a cover to tell the whole story. In all fairness, these shortcomings have often highlighted the weakness of the old school of postal history collectors and scholars who are so focused on the cover or document that other crucial sources of information are overlooked or examined only on the surface. To academics, this approach has placed a patina of implausibility on the “postal history” culture harboured in the philatelic world — in some cases to the point of casting doubts or ridiculing it. In fact, all too often, academia is on a track that ignores “postal history” bibliography especially when the articles and essays are not published in academia periodicals, while “postal historians” articles in quite a few instances lack in-depth research that would give greater significance to the subject matter. The reasons for such a predicament are varied, but they often boil down to the fact that a thorough research on primary sources in archives and libraries is time consuming; therefore the collector is quite content with the piecemeal information that surfaces here and there. The Author of this book is all too aware of these issues and while giving prominence to the postal aspects he has directed his writing to other relevant aspects. In the process, his prime objective has been to enable the collector and scholar to identify the steamship that carried a certain piece of mail while presenting new and well researched information on postal rates, fees, postmarks, and administrative or private hand-stamps. The book is well compiled with compact chapters on the Neapolitan, Tuscan, and Roman States steamship lines as well as their English and French counterparts and competitors. Special attention is paid to the lines that connected the larger islands such as Sardinia, Corsica and Sicily. Arseni’s well related presentation concludes with a most useful index of the many steamships involved. A comprehensive bibliography and an extremely handy perpetual calendar from 1800 to 1922 complete this volume. This impressive book is replete with interesting illustrations of covers, hand-stamps, postmarks, steamships, charts and maps. The binding is solid, and the production is excellent. There is no doubt that this is a very useful monograph that will stand the test of time. It is highly recommended to the collector of the Italian area and the philatelist who wants to venture into something new and challengingly exciting. Volume II is scheduled for this year and will cover the 1840-1850 decade. No date has been announced for the third volume but it has been disclosed that it will cover the routes to and from Alexandria, Tunis and South America. But that’s not all, more volumes will follow. [Review by Giorgio Migliavacca]
Price: $80.00
Item Id #013934    See Details...