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The cachet on this first day cover features Raphael's portrait of Dante from the artist's fresco Disputation of the Holy Sacrament in the Apostolic Palace in Vatican City. Above the portrait is text as follows: "VIII CENTENARIO DELLA NASCITA DI DANTE…

Issued by Kyrgyz Express Post. Designed by Olga Derej. Brief biography of Dante in Kyrgyz and English on back. Limited to 400 pieces.

The cachet on this first day cover features Raphael's portrait of Dante from the artist's fresco Disputation of the Holy Sacrament in the Apostolic Palace in Vatican City. Below the portrait is text as follows: "PRIMER DIA DE EMISIÓN / 23-11-65".

The cachet on this first day cover, issued by the Centro Filatélico del Paraguay, repeats the portraits of four famous authors from the stamps it was designed to bear.

Poste Magistrali, the postal arm of the Sovereign Military Order of Malta (SMOM), a sovereign, Roman Catholic order of chivalry. The cachet is simply the order's logo with text as follows: "Sovrano Militare Ordine Ospedaliero di San Giovanni di…

This first day cover was issued by the Monaco Office des Timbres to accompany the postage stamp issued to celebrate the 750th anniversary of Dante's birth. The simple cachet features an outline drawing of the Prince's Palace of Monaco and "2015" in…

This first day cover was issued by the Ansaldo Dopolavoro Aziendale, Sezione Filatelica (Ansaldo Company Recreation Club, Philatelic Section). The cachet shows Dante reading a book; in the background is an unrolled scroll with text as follows: "7o…

This first day cover was issued by Venetia (641-2/It). The cachet features a modern representation of part of Piazza dei Signori executed in red and brown with "PIAZZA / DEI SIGNORI" at the bottom.

These first day covers were issued by Filagrano. The "Gold" series cachet is printed on a small sheet of rayon that is affixed to the envelope within a printed gold frame with "Piazza dei Signori / Verona" at the top. The cachet shows a photographic…

This first day cover was issued by Bucintoro (no. 5-65). The cachet features a portrait of Dante in a modern style with text as follows: vertically, through the portrait: "DANTE ALIGHIERI"; and at the bottom: "PRIMO GIORNO DI EMISSIONE" (first day of…

This first day cover was issued by Roma. The cachet shows a photographic reproduction of the Naples Bust of Dante within a gold-embossed frame, the left side of which is in the style of stamp perforations. Below the frame is "Centenario Fondazione…

This first day cover was issued by Capitolium (no. 683). The cachet features Raphael's portrait of Dante from the artist's fresco Disputation of the Holy Sacrament in the Apostolic Palace in Vatican City. Surrounding the portrait is text as follows:…

This first day cover was issued by ALA (no. 806) and features Gustave Doré's portrait of Dante with a red overprint of a book titled "DIVINA / COMMEDIA" and a smoldering oil lamp. Below the portrait is "CENTENARIO SOCIETÀ / DANTE ALIGHIERI" (Dante…

The issuer of these first day covers is not indicated but they bear a logo featuring a rooster. The covers are numbered 139 and 140. The cachet for no. 139 is by an unidentified artist and depicts a scene from the beginning of the Inferno in which…

This first day cover, issued by the Universal Philatelic Cover Society, is identical—except for the text at the bottom—to the cover issued by K. J. Moran. The cachet features a right-facing portrait of Dante with text as follows: at the top:…

The cachets on these covers were hand-painted by Frank J. Ulrich. Multiple designs by Ulrich are known.

This first day cover's cachet was hand-painted by Herman R. Maul. The cachet shows a smiling devil's head above flames representing hell. The cachet has text as follows: at the top: "DANTE ALIGHIERI / ITALIAN POET / 1265 / 1965"; and at the bottom:…

This was the first FDC issue from Lone Star Cachet.

This first day cover's add-on cachet was hand-painted by Melissa Fox.

This first day cover's hand-painted cachet by Bernard Goldberg depicts Dante, crowned with a laurel wreath, against a purple and green background. Beside the cachet is calligraphic text as follows: "Dante / Alighieri / ~1265~1321~ / 'The Divine…

This first day cover was issued by Siligato. The cachet features Raphael's portrait of Dante (reversed from the original) from the artist's fresco Disputation of the Holy Sacrament in the Apostolic Palace in Vatican City. The portrait is framed by a…

The cachet on this first day cover features a portrait of Dante printed in green. Above the portrait is "ERSTTAGSBRIEF · FIRST DAY COVER" and below is "DANTE / ALIGHIERI / 1265-1321".

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The cachet on this first day cover features a woodcut-style portrait of Dante printed in yellow. Above the portrait is "Ersttagsbrief" (first day cover) and below is "Dante Alighieri".

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The hand-painted cachets by Nino Masiello da Ercole on these first day covers each reproduce a different common portrait of Dante: one is based on the Naples Bust and the other is based on Gustave Doré's portrait of the poet. Below both cachets is…