Stamps of PANAMA
COLONIAL MAIL PERIOD
PANAMA
1818: Colonial Mail, Panama was part of New Granada, Red Straigh Line h.s. on folded letter to Jose Antonio Errea, Lima (Peru) m.s. "4" rate, FINE strike, January (Enero) 12, 1818.
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Red Straight Line h.s. PANAMÁ on 22 May, 1813. It is two sheets of paper folded together. You can see the address and also the docketing by the sender which includes the date. The PANAMA strike is rather faint - it was done in red. There is a slight hole and tear in the back of the outer sheet, which does not affect the contents. Otherwise it is in quite good condition for its age. It is the only colonial Panama cover sent to Havana. Ex-DeVoss
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1819: Colonial Mail, Panama was part of New Granada, FINE strike, E.L. from Panama to Lima endorsed "Bergn. Pelican" with fine straight line PANAMA in red. Endorsed as sent on 17 August and received on 6 October.
There are 27 known  PANAMA frankings before 1821, 2 in 1777 being the earliest known PANAMA recorded to date, for the Colonial Mail period. There is also a private letter from Chagres.
1813 PANAMA to HAVANA
1818 PANAMA to LIMA
1819 PANAMA to LIMA
1805 PANAMA to Fuenterrabia, Colombia
1805: Colonial Mail, Panama was part of New Granada, Red Straigh Line h.s. PANAMA FRANCA on folded letter to Licdo Dr Gabriel to Fenterravia (Colombia) m.s. "4 1/2" rate, FINE strike, 12/1805.
1811: Colonial Mail, Panama was part of New Granada, Red Straigh Line h.s. on folded letter to Seņor Don Miguel Pizano, Lima (Peru) m.s. "4 1/2" rate, FINE strike, June 19, 1811, delivered by "Paquebot Carmen".
1811 PANAMA to LIMA