Italy - 8 Fascist period postcards

Italy - 8 Fascist period postcards
Original - cardboard - Good condition

- postcard issued by the Italian Expeditionary Corps in Russia, with box "Cartolina Poxtale per le Forxe Armate" in Cyrillic characters, without motto and without inscription at the bottom. InterItalia 2011 catalogue 25F FM b. Uncirculated.
- postcard issued to strengthen the Italian-German alliance: The front features soldiers, one Italian and one German, with the two national flags and a military field in the background. From an illustration dated XIX year of the fascist era, 1941. On the back, at the bottom left is the motto in Italian and German "Shoulder to shoulder to victory" with the two eagles, the royal eagle and the German eagle. Printed by Ediz. Arte Boeri Roma Via Corridoni, 7. Mailed from Gallarate to Mantua on 6 June 1941. It has a slight fold at the top left.
- postcard issued by the National Fascist Party to commemorate the National Textile Exhibition, held in Rome at the Circus Maximus between November and January of the 16th year of the fascist era, 1938. In the centre, in multiple colours, are artefacts and flowers topped by a fasces. From an illustration by Richiello. On the back, at the top left, is the logo of the event. Uncirculated, printed by Stab. Grafico Ripalta, Milan.
- postcard issued by the National Association of Amputees and War Invalids. On the front, from an illustration by A.G. Santagata "L'aviatore e il Carrista”. On the back, in the centre, is the crest of the association and a quote by Mussolini on the left “Vincerà chi avrà la volontà di vincere”. Printed by Stab. Pezzini, Milan, in the 20th year of the fascist era, 1942. Uncirculated.
- postcard issued for the issuance of 5% nine-year Treasury Bonds expiring on 15 September 1950 to be signed at Monte dei Paschi di Siena. On the front, in multiple colours, is a plough on bricks, with soldiers in arms in the background. At the top, a phrase by Mussolini "è l'aratro che traccia il solco, ma è la spada che lo difende". On the back is the cancellation issued by “Resto del Carlino” of Bologna for the XVI National Philatelic Day held on 15 and 16 November 1941, 20th year of the fascist era. Mailed on 15 November 1941 from Bologna to Viareggio. The round cancellation features the two typical towers of Bologna and a fasces in the centre. Mailed with a 10 cents stamp of the “Brotherhood of Arms” series.
- Brown postcard issued to commemorate the “March of Ronchi” with the Commander in the centre addressing the volunteers from an uncovered car. On the back, at the top left, is the theme of the postcard and the logo of the National Association of War Amputees and Invalids. Second postcard of the series “La Decima Legione”. Circulated, with removed stamp, from Milan to Somalia (East Africa) to Mr. Alessandro Gorini, commander of the 201st Battalion "Legione Mutilati" of the 6th division CC.NN. "Tevere", with rank of “Seniore” (Major)
- postcard in multiple colours, issued to commemorate the Exhibition of Summer Camps and Childcare, held in Rome in June-September 1938, 16th year of the fascist era. On the back are three 5 cents stamps. Mailed from Naples to Naples. Slight fold at the bottom right.
- postcard issued to commemorate the shooting of Walter Vannini (March 24, 1942 20th year of the fascist era) by communist rebels in the Balkans, as the motivation on the back reads. Uncirculated. Slight signs of wear on the back. Published by Ediz. Arte Boeri Roma Via Corridoni, 7-

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Lot details
8 Fascist period postcards
Country of Origin
Original/ Replica
Good condition
Comes with certificate of authenticity
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