|Of all not returned||1.71%||0.59%||0.32%||0.5%||0.34%||0.47%|
Campeche, un real.
Fifth period, consignment 36-1866.
Image courtesy Manuel Iglesias.
|State||City pop.||District pop.||Distance to Mexico City||Sub-numbers overprinted?||Survival rate|
|Campeche||15000||35000||902 km. (561 mi.)||No||Below average|
Campeche rarely overprinted the stamps with its name. Most stamps with name are from consignment 222-1864, the first consignment. Campeche used Eagle stamps well into the period of the Maximilian issue.
Campeche Eagles in very fine condition are rare. Most are cut close, soiled or stained.
An unusually high percentage of Campeche stamps are found cancelled in Mexico City.
Campeche had no sub-offices, and therefore no sub-consignments. The small offices of Becal, Chalkini and Hechelchakan were serviced from Campeche occasionally.