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Irish Post Offices & Postmarks

(Tráighlí, Trá Lí) / County Kerry.

The post office opened in 1726-9. It has a recorded mileage mark, penny post and maltese cross, and was allocated numeral 433 from 1844. It used English & Irish SRDS, DRDS, Slogans, and Paid marks. It used only English Rubber Marks and Irish Skeleton, Machine Cancel and Registered Marks. Printed matter letters were TJA.

Tráighlí, Arc with code in middle

Earliest known date - Unknown
Latest known date - 28 Mar 1968
Postmark type - Circular, Double Ring, Code at base in centre of arc, date as DD MM / YY.

Codes Known - 1?

DR 30mm

28 Mar 1968      








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