|Of all not returned||0.01%||0.12%||0.04%||0.06%||0.02%||0.06%|
Texcoco, dos reales.
Fourth period, consignment 109-1865.
Image courtesy Doug Stout
|State||City pop.||District pop.||Distance to Mexico City||Sub-numbers overprinted?||Survival rate|
|Mexico||1500||1500||28 km. (17 mi.)||No||Below average|
Texcoco had no overprinting device. The stamps are therefore only recognizable by the cancel, which unfortunately is sometimes struck such that only a part of the frame is visible, rendering accurate identification almost impossible.
It is generally believed that the small "districts" of Guadalupe Hidalgo, Lerma, Rio Frio, San Angel, Tacubaya, Texcoco and Tlalpam were actually sub-offices of Mexico.