A Glimpse into Italian Philately

European postal reforms were implemented in Italy in January 1851 and a new term “francobollo” (postage stamp) began to be used in Italy post. A relief portrait of Victor Emmanuel II was depicted on the stamps originally issued. Stamps issued after March 17, 1861 are considered the first stamp of Italy.

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