Postal History from Finland 1889 - 1918

Village or Mailstop cancellation

Postcard to Sweden with 4 kop Ring-type stamp sent in July 1902 from ARTJÄRVI, a village on the Loviisa-Lahti railway.
Stamp is cancelled with ARTJÄRVI P.P. mailstop postmark, railway tpo postmark Postilj. k. L-L. and an arrival postmark from Nyköping in Sweden.

Postcard sent from BARÖSUND which is a small village on an island outside Ingå (Inkoo) about 35 km West of Helsinki.
The stamp is cancelled with BARÖSUND village postmark, card has a transit postmark of Ingå Oct. 1909 and has a arrival postmark of Liepaja, Latvia.

Another kind of One-line postmarks are the larger railway trainstation postmark like this WIRKBY mark on a 10 pen postalstationary card from 1906