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New issue on April 4th, 2011

This block is the latest in the series that began in 2010 devoted to the fiefs of the Grimaldi family in the Kingdom of France. The signing of the treaty of Péronne in 1641 by King Louis XIII and Prince Honoré II ended Spanish protectorate in exchange for Monaco. In return, as compensation for the loss of his Spanish territories, Louis XIII granted four fiefs to Honoré II that included Saint-Rémy-de-Provence and Les Baux, made into a French marquisate and offered to Hercule, son of Honoré II.

  • Design: Jacques TESTA
  • Printing process: Heliogravure
  • Size of the block: 110 x 120 mm
  • Size of the stamps: 40 x 30 mm horizontal

  • SOURCE: Office des Emissions de Timbres Poste de Monaco

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