10 July 2020
Issue Date on Friday, July 10, 2020
Illustrated obliteration 1st day at Bidart (64) Post Office, 21 Alherbea Avenue, 64210 BIDART.
and paris (75) at Le Carré d’Encre, from 10am to 5pm, 13 bis rue des Mathurins, 75009 PARIS. (Entry through 42 Godot Street in Mauroy, closed on Monday).
General sale on Monday, July 13, 2020 Info
Face value: 1.16 See fares as of July 13, 2020
Postage of priority letter up to 20g for France, Monaco, Andorra and postal sectors (army)
Square stamp – Serration : 13
Total dimensions: 40×40 mm
Colors : polychrome on yellow-orange background
Printed in Offset 30 stamps per sheet
Issued to 600,000 copies
Featured by Bruno Ghiringhelli
According to a photo of the family
Mariano Eusebio Gonzalez y Garcia, born on August 13, 1914, in Irun (Guipuscoa province, Spain) and died on July 14, 1970, in Paris, is a Spanish Basque tenor and operetta singer, who has enjoyed great popularity in Latin America, France, Spain and Quebec. In addition to Spanish and French, he was fluent in Basque, his native language, and has always assumed his Basque origins. He rose to fame in 1945 thanks to La Belle de Cadiz,an operetta by Francis Lopez or The Singer of Mexico.
He then became, on stage and on the big screen, the “prince of the operetta”.