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S. Stefano

(now known as Villa Santo Stefano)

Santo Stefano was a 2nd class distribution office, reporting to Frosinone.  In 1871, Santo Stefano had a population of 1,335.

 

S[anto] Stefano, 1848, rated 1 bajocco to Ferentino.  Frosinone transit marking, and negative parish marking on front.

S[anto] Stefano, July 1854, 1 bajocco black on blue green 1852 pays the rate for a single letter within the same direzione postale.  Frosinone July 5, 1864 transit markings front and back, and Priori di S. Stefano markings on front and back.

S[anto] Stefano, April 10, 1858, no rate marking, but properly rated 1 bajocco to Ferentino.  CURIA FORANEA SANTO STEFANO marking on front. 

S[anto] Stefano, January 13, 1867, 2 bajocchi black on greenish white 1852, pays the reduced 2 bajocchi rate effective January 1, 1864.  Frosinone January 13, 1867 transit marking on front. Roma arrival marking with indistinct date on back.

S[anto] Stefano marking used on Kingdom of Italy stamps in 1876.

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