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Monte San Giovanni In Campis

(now known as Monte San Giovanni Campano)

 

Monte San Giovanni In Campis was a second class distribution office reporting to Frosinone.  In 1871, Monte San Giovanni In Campis had a population of 6,189.

 

M[on]te S[an] G[iovanni] In Cam[pis], black postmark on 1853 folded letter, 1 bajocco black on blue green 1852 pays the rate for a single letter within the same direzione postale.

M[on]te S[an] G[iovanni] In Cam[pis], red postmark March 1859, rated 6 bajocchi (double the 3 bajocchi rate) to Rome.  Frosinone transit marking with indistinct March date, Roma March 14, 1859 arrival marking on back.

M[on]te S[an] Gio[vanni] In Cam[pis], red postmark April 10, 1866, 2 bajocchi black on greenish white pays the reduced 2 bajocchi rate effective January 1, 1864.  Frosinone April 11, 1866 transit marking on front.  Roma April 11, 1866 arrival markings on back.  paid 2 bajocchi  to Rome.

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