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Dr IWAN SUWANDY, MHA
The Driwan’s Cybermuseum
THE RARE ALBANIA
HANDSTAMPED OVERPRINT EAGLE
In 1913 Albania issued a very beautiful and amizing overprint eagle on Turkish Stamps, many Eagle thematic stamps collectors xseeking this stamps. Now the value of the stamps very high espacially postally used on fragment, and until this day I never seen this stamps postally used on Covers,please who have be kind to show us.
This rare stamps have three types colours overprint Black,Violet and Red, I hope the collectors from all over the world will happy to look at this rare stamps and becareful for the fake one.
(Dr Iwan Notes)
THE RARE COLLECTIONS SHOW
The history of Alabnia in 1913
Independence of Albania (1912)
The initial sparks of the first Balkan War in 1912 were ignited by the Albanian uprising between 1908 and 1910 which were directed at opposing the Young Turk policies of consolidation of the Ottoman Empire. Following the eventual weakening of the Ottoman Empire in the Balkans, Serbia, Greece and Bulgaria declared war and sought to aggrandize their respective boundaries on the remaining territories of the Empire. Albania was thus invaded by Serbia in the north and Greece in the south, restricting the country to only a patch of land around the southern coastal city of Vlora. In 1912 Albania, still under foreign occupation, declared its independence and, with the aid of Austria-Hungary, the Great Powers drew its present borders. The territorial security of Albania was guaranteed by the Great Powers in the Treaty of London of 1913.
The border between Albania and its neighbors was delineated in 1913 following the dissolution of most of the Ottoman Empire’s territories in the Balkans. The delineation of the new state’s borders left a significant number of Albanian communities outside Albania. This population was largely divided between Montenegro and Serbia (which then included what is now Kosovo and the Republic of Macedonia). A substantial number of Albanians thus found themselves under Serbian rule. At the same time, an uprising in the country’s south by local Greeks, led to the formation of the Autonomous Republic of Northern Epirus in the southern provinces (1914). After a period of political instability brought about by the First World War, the country adopted a republican form of government in 1920. The territorial security of Albania was guaranteed by a League of Nations declaration of November 9, 1921, which entrusted the defense of that state to Italy
OTHER ALABANIA RARE STAMPS
1.COMET HANDSTAMPED OVERPRINT
2.MOTHER THERESIA SHEET
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