Cuba 1899 - Scott UX1 - EDIFIL 39 - H&G 36 - Overprinted Postal Card, used in 1903 from Isabela de Sagua to Germantown, Philadelphia, USA.
The first postal card issued by the U.S. Administration for use in Cuba. These cards were created by using an existing 1c. U.S. postal card (UX14) and overprinting them under the indicium with CUBA.-1c. de Peso. Indicium cancelled with a great strike of an ISABELA DE SAGUA - CUBA - JAN 5, 1903 duplex cds. There is a light, hardly visible, vertical fold on the left side of the card, that crosses over the "T" of UNITED and other light folds