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This first day bulletin (no. 220) was issued by E-B-Verlag Erich Braun of Berlin, Germany. The bulletin includes a biography of Dante and a portrait of the poet that also was used as the cachet of the E-B-Verlag Erich Braun first day cover.

This circular cancellation features a portrait of Dante surrounded by text: "BONN 1", "'Dante'~GEDENK~MARKE", "ERSTAUSG.", and "53".

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This circular cancellation features a portrait of Dante looking over his left shoulder with text to the left: "OMAGGIO / A DANTE / ALIGHIERI / 1265 - 1321" (Homage to Dante Alighieri).

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This rectangular cancellation features Dante's tomb in Ravenna to the left of a text box: "RAVENNA / 1321 – 1971 / 650o / ANNIVERSARIO / MORTE DI DANTE".

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This first day cover was issued by E-B-Verlag Erich Braun of Berlin, Germany. The cachet features a portrait of Dante above an open book on the pages of which is the following text: on the left: "DIVINA / COMMEDIA"; and on the right: "DIE /…

These first day covers were issued by Fidacos. One cachet features an embossed portrait of Dante and the other features a portrait of Dante printed in gold.

The cachet on this first day cover reproduces a detail from Eugène Delacroix's first major painting, Dante et Virgile aux enfers (known in German as Dante und Vergil in der Unterwelt and in English as Dante and Virgil in Hell or The Barque of…

This first day cover was issued by GH.

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This first day cover was issued by Hakles and features Dante's tomb in Ravenna, Italy.

The cachet on this first day cover features a right-facing portrait of Dante imposed over an open book with the title of the poet's magnum opus in German and Italian: "Die Göttliche Komödie (DIVINA COMMEDIA)".On the envelopes flap is the following…

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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 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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This maximum card features a black and white photograph of Raphael's portrait of Dante from the artist's fresco Disputation of the Holy Sacrament in the Apostolic Palace in Vatican City, the 1971 Germany postage stamp commemorating the 650th…

This postage stamp was issued by Germany in 1971 to commemorate the 650th anniversary of Dante's death. The stamp features Raphael's portrait of Dante from the artist's fresco Disputation of the Holy Sacrament in the Apostolic Palace in Vatican…