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Dundee (Scottish Gaelic: Dùn Dèagh) is the fourthlargest city in Scotland. Its history begins with the Picts in the Iron Age. During the Medieval Era, it was the site of many battles. Throughout the Industrial Revolution, the local jute industry caused the city to grow rapidly. In this period, Dundee also gained prominence due to its marmalade industry and its journalism, giving Dundee its epithet as the city of "jute, jam and journalism".
Dundee (Scotland, GB) Post Office was established by 1707  Date.
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Dundee 1991 duplex 1876 Plate 112

Cover Examples[edit]
Dundee straight line cancel on entire 1760

Dundee straight line cancel on entire 1812

Dundee straight line cancel (two line) on entire 1767

Dundee straight line cancel (two line) on entire 1769

Dundee circular mileage cancel on entire 1817

Dundee mileage cancel on entire 1824

Dundee 114 obliterator cancel on entire 1844

Dundee additional halfpenny cancel on entire 1836

Dundee halfpenny cancel on entire 1838

Dundee maltese cross cancel on entire 1843

Missent to Dundee cancel on entire 1839

Dundee Too Late cancel (in black) on entire 1844

Dundee Too Late cancel (in blue) on entire 1847

Dundee "To Pay/One Penny" on entire 1839

Dundee double circle cancel (type C1) 1893

Dundee Penny Post cancel and boxed 1 of Broughty Ferry 1839

Dundee Penny Post cancel and boxed No 3 of ? 1834

Dundee Penny Post cancel, Additional halfpenny, and boxed 5 of Lochee (all in black) 1834

Dundee Penny Post cancel, Additional halfpenny,(all in blue) and boxed 5 of Lochee 1834

Dundee paid boxed cancel, and handstamp 1 (both in red) 1841

Dundee paid boxed cancel,(in blue) and handstamp 1 (in red) 1849

Dundee paid boxed cancel,(in black) and manuscript 1(in red) 1843

Dundee circular paid B,(in blue), receiver cancel on banking entire 1862

Boxed Paid at/Dundee, and handstamp 1 (both in red) 1840

Small Dundee single circle cancel and handstamp 2 (both in black) 1869

Dundee Money Order Office small single circle cancel, receiver on banking entire 1873

Dundee 114 dotted duplex cancel on penny brown mourning envelope 1865

Dundee 114 dotted duplex cancel on postal stationary envelope 1890

Dundee 114 duplex cancel on halfpenny red envelope 1871

Dundee 114 duplex cancel on postal stationary postcard 1890

Dundee 114 duplex cancel on penny brown envelope 1864

Dundee 114 experimental duplex cancel on penny brown envelope 1857

Dundee 1822 1/ 2d cover with ½d handstamp to London. The ½d charge was levied against mail carried in Scotland in a mail carriage with more than two wheels. This was to help towards payment of mailcoach toll charges on the roads which was came into force in 1813, previously mailcoaches had been exempt.
