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A version denominated with "50 piastre" was put up for auction by Eucília Soares Leiloeira of Brazil on May 25, 2016.

This poster stamp was issued by the publisher Langenscheidt to advertise a series of phrasebooks that were part of the Toussaint-Langenscheidt language-learning method. The stamp shows Dante, representing the Italian language, sitting on a bench…

Tobler, the Swiss chocolate company, issued this poster stamp as no. 370 in their "Poets and Philosophers" series. The stamp shows a portrait of Dante holding a book in a frame with the masks of tragedy and comedy in the upper corners and a scroll…

This cinderella stamp was issued for the Società Dante Alighieri's 28th congress held in Padua, Italy, September 24–26, 1923. The stamp features the Naples Bust of Dante below two figures holding an embossed, gold seal captioned "BOLLA / DELLA…

This propaganda poster stamp was issued in 1915 as part of a large series promoting the Italian irredentist campaign to annex the cities of Trent and Trieste back to Italy. The stamp depicts Cesare Zocchi's 1896 monument to Dante in Trent and has…

These poster stamps were issued in Italy around 1918 to promote the Opera nazionale pro orfani infanti (National Work for Orphaned Infants). The stamps feature a version of Giotto's portrait of Dante and have text as follows: at the top, on either…

This poster stamp, probably issued around 1915, honors the Prima Armata (First Army), a division of the Italian army responsible for defending the country's border with Switzerland and Austria-Hungary during World War I. The stamp depicts Cesare…

These two cinderella stamps were issued by the Comitato cattolico per l'omaggio a Dante Alighieri (Catholic Committee for the Homage to Dante Alighieri) in Ravenna, Italy, in 1921, presumably to raise funds for the restoration of the Basilica of San…

These eight poster stamps make up part of the twelfth series of the "MARCHE NAZIONALISTE" (nationalist stamps) issued by U. Marucelli & Co. of Milan. The stamps feature various subjects related to Dante, as follows (in the order listed by…

This gold-colored, embossed poster stamp was issued in Bologna, Italy, to commemorate the 600th anniversary of Dante's death in 1921. Malorzo records two versions: type a has a right-facing portrait of Dante with dates "1321 - 1921" below; type b is…

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This poster stamp was issued as part of a set of two stamps commemorating the Esposizione regionale romagnola (Romagna Regional Exposition) held in Ravenna, Italy, from May to June 1904. The stamp shows Dante's tomb in Ravenna with text below as…

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This poster stamp was issued for the "manifestazioni culturali della gioventù europea" (cultural events for European youth) held in Florence, Italy, in June 1942. Such events were held to promulgate fascist propaganda. This stamp's theme represents…

This cinderella stamp was issued by the Centro lunigianese di studi dantesche (Lunigiana Center for Dante Studies) to celebrate the 700th anniversary of Dante's visit to the Lunigiana. While staying as a guest of Franceschino Malaspina at Sarzana in…

This stamp likely is a counterfeit and was printed as part of a series commemorating the turn of the millennium. The stamp portrays a white bust of Dante. Vertically along the left side of the stamp is a caption: "Dante Alighieri 14th Century".

A mixed series of cinderella stamps issued for the benefit of the Società Dante Alighieri and "Pro Emigranti" (for emigrants). The 10-lire stamps feature a right-facing portrait of Dante, a globe, and a ship. The 50-lire stamps feature a left-facing…

This series of poster stamps was issued for the Società Dante Alighieri's 33rd congress held in Treviso-Vittorio, Italy, September 8–11, 1928. The stamps feature a left-facing portrait of Dante below a sunrise and text as follows: "SOCIETÀ…

This series of poster stamps was issued by or for the Mantua Committee of the Società Dante Alighieri. The stamps feature a scene from the base of Cesare Zocchi's 1896 monument to Dante in Trent in which Dante and Virgil meet Sordello, the…

This series of cinderella stamps was issued for the benefit of the Società Dante Alighieri, Comitato di Santiago-Cile. The stamps show a left-facing portrait of Dante with a ceremonial torch to the right. At the top of the stamps is text as…

These cinderella stamps were issued around 1908 by or for the Società Dante Alighieri, here printed as "Società nazionale Dante Alighieri". A portrait of Dante appears above a quotation from Purgatorio 6:80: "SOL · PER · LO · DOLCE · SVON ·…

This series of poster stamps or stickers was presumably issued by or for the Società Dante Alighieri in the 1990s. Each stamp features the portrait Giotto's portrait of Dante, the letters "SDA" along the left side, and the year of issue at the…

This poster stamp was issued to commemorate the 600th anniversary of Dante's death. The text reads as follows: "SESTO CENTENARIO / ·MORTE· / DANTE ALLIGHIERI" and "'ONORATE / L'ALTISSIMO POETA' / 1321-Santiago Cile-1921" (Sixth centenary of the…

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This cinderella stamp from the fictional nation of P.R. Tongo features Giotto's portrait of Dante.

This poster stamp is no. 4 in the second series of the "MARCHE NAZIONALISTE" (nationalist stamps) series featuring "ITALIANI ILLUSTRI" (illustrious Italians). The stamp features a portrait of Dante and a propaganda slogan as follows: "ITALIANI! NON…

This poster stamp was issued in 1921 for the "Kiállítás Budapest" (Budapest Exhibition).

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This poster stamp presumably was issued by or for the Società Dante Alighieri. The stamp shows a portrait of Dante in the center of a shield above a sword. In the background is a sailboat on the Gulf of Naples with Mount Vesuvius in the distance. At…

This poster stamp is either by or after Gaston Fontanille (1883–1923), commonly known as Delandre, inventor and forger of vignette poster stamps. The stamp depicts Cesare Zocchi's 1896 monument to Dante in Trent, Italy, with the flag of the Kingdom…

This poster stamp was designed by S. Crestani to commemorate the 700th anniversary of Dante's birth in 1965 ("VIIo CENTENARIO DANTESCO"). A version with a gray background was double printed in error.

This set of cinderella stamps was issued by the Federazione italiana contro la tubercolosi e Consorzi provinciali antitubercolari (Italian Federation Against Tuberculosis and Provincial Antituberculosis Consortium) for the "XXVIII CAMPAGNA NAZIONALE…

This series of poster stamps was issued around 1903 to promote a loan program benefiting the Cassa nazionale di previdenza per la invalidità e la vecchiaia degli operai (National Providence Fund for the Disability and Old Age of Workers) and the…