Wednesday, February 2, 2011

Colombia: SCADTA airlines airmail labels

These are an airline issue labels from SCADTA.

The Colombian-German Air Transport Society , or SCADTA, was Latin America's first airline, operating from 1919 until World War II. After the war, SCADTA merged with Colombian regional carrier Colombian Air Service (Spanish: Servicio Aéreo Colombiano), or SACO. Together, SCADTA and SACO formed Avianca - Aerovías Nacionales de Colombia, the Colombian flag-carrier. (Wikipedia).

Year: 1931, Gummed. Günter Mair's catalogue no: - CLM-B-13a, rouletted (blue lines), sheets of 10(2x5), blue/white (but looks more like grey-blue), 5***** 
 








Year: 1932, Gummed. Günter Mair's catalogue no: - CLM-B-13b, rouletted (blue lines), sheets of 10(2x5), ultramarine/white, printing blured, 5*****
 








Year: 1931, Gummed. Günter Mair's catalogue no: - CLM-B-10c, perforated 11 ¼ , sheets of 20(4x5),
dark blue-grey/white, 5*****
 

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