Carimbologia A-B

Alagoinhas, Pernambuco (APE-0030)

Carta Corographica da Provincia de Pernambuco, 1880

Another name: Alagoinha

The settlement called N. Sra. da Conceição de Alagoinhas originated around 1833, belonged to the Vila of Brejo da Madre de Deus and was located 230 km west of the provincial capital Recife. In May 1879, the village changed as a Freguesia to the Município of Cimbres (now Pesqueira) and since December 1948 it has been the Município of Alagoinha.

The local post office came into being in 1876, as the Directory of Imperial Post Offices (Tabella das Agencias do Correio do Imperio, Rio de Janeiro, 1885) and the Postal Report (Relatorio Postal) for 1887 agree. The imperial postmark is the French Type APE-0030a (Coll. Marco Morel): a double circle with the upper inscription ALAGOINHAS and the star between brackets at the bottom. The dates in the centre were seen so far for the period ca. 1885-1895.

Carta da Republica do Estdos Unidos do Brazil, 1892

Anderer Name: Alagoinha

Die Siedlung namens N. Sra. da Conceição de Alagoinhas entstand um 1833, gehörte der Vila von Brejo da Madre de Deus und lag 230 km westlich der Provinzhauptstadt Recife entfernt. Im Mai 1879 wechselte der Ort als Freguesia zum Município von Cimbres (heute Pesqueira) und ist seit Dezember 1948 der Município von Alagoinha.

Das örtliche Postamt entstand 1876, wie übereinstimmend das Verzeichnis der kaiserlichen Postämter (Tabella das Agencias do Correio do Imperio, Rio de Janeiro, 1885) und der Postbericht (Relatorio Postal) für 1887 vermerkten. Der kaiserliche Poststempel ist der Französische Typus APE-0030a (Samml. Marco Morel): ein Doppelkreis mit der oberen Inschrift ALAGOINHAS und dem Stern zwischen Klammern unten. Die bisher gesehenen Exemplare wurden ca. 1885-1895 verwendet.

By jmkarlsruhe

Brazilian-German philatelist who lives in Germany since 1981.

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