|Of all not returned||0.02%||0.29%||0.09%||0.07%||0.02%||0.14%|
Tula, un real.
Fourth period, consignment 61-1865.
|State||City pop.||District pop.||Distance to Mexico City||Sub-numbers overprinted?||Survival rate|
|Hidalgo||1300||20000||80 km. (50 mi.)||Yes||Average|
Tula was also known as Tula de Allende, or Tula de Hidalgo. It should not be confused with Tula de Tamaulipas, which was a sub-office of San Luis Potosi.
Stamps with sub-consignment numbers are few and far between. The number is probably often buried in the normally heavy cancels.
Tula had 3 sub-offices in the Eagle period:
Huichapan, Ixmiquilpan and Zimapan.