Austrian Post Office

Austro-Hungarian Post Offices in the Turkish Empire

Austria had various issues, some with overprinted values, for use in its offices throughout the Turkish Empire, including those in territory that now belongs to Greece. The offices in what is now Greek territory were at Prevesa (Epirus); Jannina (Epirus); Port Lagos (Thrace); Dedeagatz (Thrace); Volos (Thessaly); Kavalla (Macedonia); Vathy (Samos); Mytilene; Corfu; Salonika; Leros (Dodecanese); Rhodes. There were special issues for the Austrian offices in Crete.

Dates
1867 – 1915
Currency
(1867) 100 soldi = 1 gulden
(1886) 40 paras = 1 piastre
See also
Crete (Austro-Hungarian Post Offices)
Source Wikipedia

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