RUSSIA Chess (7) Men’s World Chess Championship 1984 Special Cancellation on Illustrated Envelop

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Title RUSSIA Chess (7) Men’s World Chess Championship 1984

Special Cancellation on Illustrated Envelop

Description The World Chess Championship 1984 was a match between challenger Garry Kasparov and defending champion Anatoly Karpov for the World Chess Championship title. After 5 months and 48 games, the match was abandoned in controversial circumstances with Karpov leading five wins to three (with 40 draws), and replayed in the World Chess Championship 1985.
Type Illustrated Envelop with Special Cancellation
Condition: Good
Used/Unused Used, canceled in Moscow Main Post Office by special and regular cancellation 19.10.84 with “Registered” cancellation. Arrived to Volgograd, incoming cancellation 22.10.84
Published by/for: Ministry of Communications, 1984

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