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Richard Zariņš, one of the best-known Latvian graphic artists. The postage stamp is Michel 45A, issued May 14, 1920. In January 1920 the Soviet Latvian troops were defeated and on the Latvian Constituent Assembly convened. J.Čakste was elected President of the Assembly and of the Republic. Between 30 April and were issued four postage stamps (Mi.42-45) to commemorate the First Constituent Assembly. M-06-B is a machine cancellation with ‘L’ (3 mm indented) and three stars before the 3 upper shorter lines (like M-08-B below). In the datestamp the country name is also in the old orthography (LATWIJA), still without serial letter. Pilsētas kanāls, the city’s old moat, once protected the medieval interior from invaders: The adress-side of this card above: Card with a view on the Powder Tower in Riga. The Powder Tower was restructured in the years 1937 to 1940 when it was included to the structure of the Latvian War Museum. It was destroyed by invading Swedish troops in 1621, but rebuilt -the present appearance- in 1650.In the 17th century it was named the Powder Tower due to gunpowder stored there. The rate for a card abroad was 4 kopecks in the period – , but for printing matter the rate was 2 kopecks.The present -as on the cards- was build on the site of the old German theatre, after a fire in 1882.The theatre become the National Opera House in 1919, and the National Theatre moved elsewhere. VII.25 (last reported date) The same postmark is also reported with flag upside down: M-12-Ba with the date 10-IV-25 M-13-B Again a machine cancellation with ‘L’ and three stars in the flag and also serial letter ‘B’, but now the ‘L’ more left in the flag , almost even left as the long lines. This magazine is in 1883 for the first time issued and was at that time the first postage stamps magazine in the world.
M-08-B M-08-B is a machine cancellation with ‘L’ (3 mm indented) and three stars before the 3 upper shorter lines. In the datestamp the country name is in the new orthography (LATVIJA), with serial letter B, with 9 segment bars in the segments above and below. There is a machine cancellation like this, but then the ‘L’ is placed more left (left as the last 5 lines, not indented): M-13-B. Juris Mors makes a difference between M-11-Ba (RIGA = 11mm) and M-11-Bb (RIGA = 13 mm). M-15-B Here the last postmark of the first period with serial letter ‘B’, in the tables M-15-B.
-(Handbuch Philatelie und Postgeschichte) Hamburg : Harry von Hofmann Verlag, 1998.
Also about postage stamps of this period: Lettland : Die Briefmarken in Rubel-Währung 1918- 1922 / Harry von Hofmann (red.).
M-08-B is used simultaneously with M-09-B, M-10-B, M-11-B and M-12-B. M-11-B Card with the machine cancellation M-11-B with the text IZSTĀDE – TIRGUS RIGA-20. VIII-1924 FOIRE-MESSE-FAIR (Exhibition – fair Riga 20. VIII-1924, the last line FAIR in French, German and English) , serial letter B. In 1908 the publishing house moved from Hemer to Ludwigslust (address on this cover).
Christian Sauerland from Hemer, a little place in western Germany, made this first issue when he was 24 year. The postage stamp is 5 rublis: between and is 5 Latvian roubles the rate for an international postcard.