SPAIN. Thermal ATM issues  2OO2 T68 (76)
Postal architecture. Cadiz
Date of issue :
September 2002 (1st. known date : 2.09.02, Ph. S.)
47 x 26 mm. - Format type 3
Paper :
Thermal self adhesive - multicoloured 
Imprint :
Thermal on black
Imprint varieties : 2+2 (Epelsa with 5 and 4 digits small and large)
Values / Set :
0,01 € to 99,99 € / Set Phil.S.: 0,20-0,25-0,50 €
Design and Printer :
RCM-FNMT. Real Casa de la Moneda - Fabrica Nacional de Moneda y Timbre
Printing :
50.000.000 of labels
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Second issue of the ATM set dedicated to the postal architecture, with the images of some of the more remarkable post office buildings in Spain

The main post office in Cadiz is located in the popular Plaza de las Flores, near the Central Market.

The building dates from 1925 and it was built with regionalist style, made of brick clad with artificial stone and glazed tiles. 

The edification has 5 floors surrounding a big patio placed on the 1st floor. The access is by a flight of steps through an arch in the main door.
The frontage facing Plaza de las Flores is decorated with pillars and it is the image that appears in the ATM issue. In one of the corners can be seen a viewpoint tower.

Information :
Cover illustrated and franked with the ATM issue Postal architecture - Cadiz.  (J. Palma, Cadiz)

The postal architecture in Spanish philately
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