Double Geneva

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Double Geneva
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Country of production Switzerland
Location of production Geneva
Date of production 30 September 1843
Nature of rarity Extremely rare
No. in existence Unknown
Face value 5/10 rappen
Estimated value CHF 55,000

The Double Geneva is a rare Swiss stamp that was issued by the City of Geneva in 1843, making it the third-oldest stamp of the European continent after the Zurich 4 and 6 (1842), and the British Penny Black and Two penny blue, (1840).[1] It bears the name Double Geneva for the double image on the stamp and its place of origin.[2]

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