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Ars Medici Newspaper Wrappers

Ars Medici - Das Organ des praktischen Arztes (the organ of the medical practitioner)
Herausgeber: Dr Segel, Wien, IX. Spitalgasse 1a.
The journal was first published about 1910/1911 and continued to be published monthly till the 1950s
Ars Medici stamped to order newspaper wrapper
ars10 - 3h - postmarked 18.01.1911 - size 217mm x 313mm

Ars Medici stamped to order newspaper wrapper
ars 10 - 5h - postmarked 17.01.1911 - size 226mm x 319mm

Ars Medici stamped to order newspaper wrapper
ars20 - postmarked 23.01.1911 - size 226mm x 311mm

Ars Medici stamped to order newspaper wrapper
ars30 - postmark date blurred - size 212mm x 312mm

Ars Medici stamped to order newspaper wrapper
ars40 - postmarked 27.01.1912 - size 224mm x 309mm

Ars Medici stamped to order newspaper wrapper
ars60 - postmarked 23.12.1915 - size 216mm x 314mm

Ars Medici stamped to order newspaper wrapper
ars70 - 5h green - used to Sweden no postmark - size 224mm x 318mm
also exists 3h red lilac

Ars Medici stamped to order newspaper wrapper
ars80 unused - size 229mm x 317mm

In addition to the ones shown above I also have a cut out as shown below. Since Ars Medici also had envelopes with the same overprints as wrappers it is not possible to tell if this was a newspaper wrapper or an envelope. So I'm waiting for another one to turn up (I've been waiting since November 2006).
Ars Medici stamped to order
postmarked 31.10.1919

I have been unable to find out any information regarding Ars Medici and would welcome any information about them.

The Austria section of the "Postal Stationery Newspaper Wrapper Catalogue" has a total of 382 items with private overprints listed and illustrated, on 139 pages. This is the second largest quantity after GB with 2728 items

See also Newspaper Wrappers where you can find infornation about other newspaper wrappers.