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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.

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 rectangular cancellation was designed for use with the 1966 Uruguay Dante commemorative postage stamp. The cancellation shows a book with the title "La / Divina / Comedia" surrounded by text as follows: "CORREOS DEL / URUGUAY"; "VII CENTENARIO…

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These last day covers were issued by KimCover (nos. 39 and 39/A). The cachet for no. 39 shows Giotto's portrait of Dante, reversed from the original, within a gold frame at the top of which is "MCCLXV MCMLXV". Below the cachet is "Dante". The…

This last day cover was issued by KimCover (no. 56). The cachet shows Sandro Botticelli's illustration of Dante and Beatrice in the heaven of the moon from Paradiso 3 found in a manuscript volume in the Kupferstichkabinett in Berlin known as MS…

This brochure was issued by the Office des Émissions de Timbres-Poste of Monaco for the principality's 1966 postage stamp celebrating the 700th anniversary of the birth of Dante. The text includes a biography of Dante and an overview of his Divina…

The issuer of these first day covers is not indicated but the cachets are all of similar design and the phrases on each FDC are the same and set in the same fonts.One cachet is signed "R. GÉNDT" in the lower right corner and depicts a montage of…

This first day cover was issued by P.A.C. The cachet features a portrait of Dante based on Giotto's portrait of the poet over a medieval style letter "D". Above the image is "FIRST DAY COVER - PREMIER JOUR D'ÉMISSION" and below is "DANTE – VIIe…

These first day covers were issued by Philatélie Péchitch. The cachets are drawn after the designs on the stamps and have text as follows: at the top: "MONACO"; and at the bottom: "VIIe CENTENAIRE DE LA NAISSANCE / DE DANTE ALIGHIERI" (7th…

These first day covers were issued for the Fédération des organisations sociales des Postes telégrammes et télécommunications des Alpes-Maritimes. The issuer is not indicated but the cachets match the design of the Philatélie Péchitch FDCs…

The cachet on this first day cover features a large portrait of Dante between two smaller illustrations by Gustave Doré. The illustration on the left is "Arachne" from Purgatorio 12:43–44. The other is "Charon and the River Acheron"…

The cachet on this first day cover features the portrait of Dante in Raphael's fresco Disputation of the Holy Sacrament in the Apostolic Palace in Vatican City as well as Sandro Botticelli's illustration to Inferno 1 found in a manuscript in the…

This set of two postage stamps was issued by Paraguay in 1966 as part of an 8-stamp set celebrating four world authors (Dante Alighieri, Johann Wolfgang von Goethe, Molière, and William Shakespeare). The Dante stamps show a monochrome version of…

This air mail postage stamp was issued by Panama a year after the 700th anniversary of Dante's birth and features Giotto's portrait of the poet. The stamp has text as follows: vertically, along the left side: "PANAMA"; vertically, along the right…

This air mail postage stamp issued by Uruguay in 1966 features a modern portrait of Dante in the style of a medal. The stamp was designed by Medina and printed by the Impresora Nacional.

This set of three postage stamps was issued by Ecuador to celebrate the 700th anniversary of Dante's birth, however the stamps were not issued until June 1966. The 10-centavos stamp shows a posterized version of Dante Gabriel Rossetti's 1871…

This maximum card, postmarked in February 1967, commemorates the 1966 Uruguay postage stamp honoring Dante. The card's portrait of Dante is a reversed detail from Luca Signorelli's painting in the cathedral of Orvieto, Italy.

This set of five postage stamps was issued by Monaco to celebrate the 700th anniversary of Dante's birth. While the stamps are dated 1965, they were not issued until February 1, 1966. All of the stamps were designed by P. Lambert and the subjects are…