JUBANY

Jubany is an Argentine Antarctic station situated on Potter Peninsula, on King George island. It was opened in January 1982 and has been continuously occupied since.  In summer it hosts a maximum of 100 people and in winter an average of 20 people.  It is next to the Korean Seyong Base and not far from the Chilean Eduardo Frei Base.

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JUBANY 1   1997 March 17th)  Cover from Jubany Base     Price US$5

Note: This cover is franked with an Argentine stamp showing the Icebreaker "Irizar" which services the Jubany Base.

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JUBANY 2   1999 October 7th) Airmail cover from Jubany Base     Price US$4

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Note: The above cover has a large Argentine Antarctic Institute cachet at top right. The stamps at bottom left are postm,arked with the Jubany Base's own pictorial postmark.

Part of the reverse of the cover is shown at left and show that the cover was returned to Argentina by the Argentine Navy icebreaker "Admirante Irizar" on the 30th October 1999 and was backstamped on arrival in Christchurch on 9th December, 1999.

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JUBANY 3   1999 October 7th) Airmail cover from Jubany Base     Price US$4

Note: this cover varies from the previous one in the choice of stamps used but otherwise bears the same postal markings.

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JUBANY 4   1999 October 7th) Airmail cover from Jubany Base     Price US$4

Note: The above cover bears different cachets from the previous two.

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JUBANY 5   1999 October 7th) Airmail cover from Jubany Base     Price US$4

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JUBANY 6   1999 October 7th) Airmail cover from Jubany Base     Price US$4


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