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This circular cancellation features a right-facing portrait of Dante. The text around the portrait is as follows: "MUESTRA PRESENCIA ITALIANA EN LA FILATELIA ARGENTINA" (Exhibition [of the] Italian Presence in Argentine Philately). At the bottom of…

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This rectangular, typographic cancellation was designed for use with the 1965 Argentina Dante commemorative postage stamp.

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This bulletin was issued by the Argentine Secretaría de Comunicaciones (no. 212). The bulletin includes information about the 1965 Argentina postage stamp celebrating the 700th anniversary of the birth of Dante.

This maximum card was issued by Lupita and postmarked in Buenos Aires on September 16, 1965. The cachet features a black and white left-facing portrait of Dante, a quill pen, and three books with titles in Spanish: "LA / DIVINA COMEDIA" (Divine…

This first day cover was issued by the philatelic group Círculo Filatélico de Liniers and postmarked in Rosario, Santa Fe, on September 16, 1965. The cachet features Gustave Doré's portrait of Dante. Below the portrait is a detail from Doré's…

This maximum card was issued by the philatelic group Círculo Filatélico de Liniers and postmarked in Buenos Aires on September 16, 1965. The card features Gustave Doré's portrait of Dante. Below the portrait is a detail from Doré's illustration…

This circular cancellation features a right-facing portrait of Dante based on the portrait by Gustave Doré surrounded by text advertising the "MUESTRA FILATÉLICA Y NUMISMÁTICA / 70 AÑOS ASOCIACIÓN DANTE ALIGHIERI" (Philatelic and Numismatic…

This envelope, printed by Exito, is an example of stationery used by the Asociación Dante Alighieri in Buenos Aires, Argentina, in the 1970s. The association is a cultural institution devoted to Italian language and culture. The envelope was…

This stamp features the statue of Dante sculpted by Enrico Pazzi and erected in Piazza Santa Croce in Florence, Italy, in 1865. The statue is distinguished by the sweeping mantle which Dante holds closed and by the eagle perched behind the poet's…