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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.During the German occupation in World War II the name became Adolf Hitlerstreet (19) and the Brivīdas Boulevard became of course Adolf Hitler Boulevard.In 1950 Brivīdasstreet, Brivīdasboulevard and -alley, Kalku and Svertuvesstreet were united to the Leninstreet.On a detail of the map in the Baedeker 1912 you see in the lengthening of Kalku street: Alexander Boulevard.
In circular 13 of 5 April 1890 the instruction arrived to use Roman numerals for new stamps. Petersburg architect Ludwig Bohnstedt, for the then German-speaking City Theatre. M-12-B 1925: M-12-B: this cover has a machine cancellation with the text ‘IZSTĀDE – TIRGUS RIGĀ-19VII-1925g. VIII-1928, the last line FAIR in French, German and English), serial letter B, used 20-VII.28 (first date) until 13. So we have to distinguish: Machine A: ‘L’ more left, with serial A (M-04-A) And machine B: I. VIII-1928 FOIRE-MESSE-FAIR (Exhibition – fair Riga 29VII-12. M-10-B Card with the machine cancellation M-10-B with the text IZSTĀDE – TIRGUS RIGĀ-22. VIII-1923 FOIRE-MESSE-FAIR (Exhibition – fair Riga 22. VIII-1923, the last line FAIR in French, German and English) , serial letter B. Text in the flag: PERKAT LATVIJAS RAZOJUMUS (Buy Latvian products). 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.