|Title||Austria. FDC 1990 Sc. 1486.
The 500th Anniversary of European Postal Routes.
FDC Cancellation on FDC Envelop
|Description||The main route went from Brussels via Augsburg to Innsbruck then across the Alps to northern Italy, where the imperial post connected with the postal systems of the Italian states. The first headquarters of the imperial post was Innsbruck, the favoured residence of Emperor Maximilian I
Stamps Sc. 1486 – The 500th Anniversary of European Postal Routes
FDC Cancellation – Portrait of Emperor Maximilian I, 1490-1990.
|Used/Unused||FDC Cancellation – Innsbruck, 12.01.1990|