|Of all not returned||0.08%||0.49%||0.25%||0.62%||0.29%||0.33%|
Huejutla, un real.
Fourth period, consignment 78-1865.
Image courtesy Doug Stout.
|State||City pop.||District pop.||Distance to Mexico City||Sub-numbers overprinted?||Survival rate|
|Hidalgo||4000||40000||310 km. (193 mi.)||No||Average|
The town of Huejutla was only on Imperial hands for a single night, between August 2 & 3, 1864. Almost all stamps known were used from Tuspan (Tuxpan), and records show that all but one invoice was billed to Tuspan, the exception being 98-1865. A single stamp from this invoice has been found with a Mexico City cancel.
All Huejutla stamps are scarce to rare, with the possible exception of 78-1865, which seems to show up with some frequency.
Huejutla had 1 sub-office in the Eagle period: