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Morocco Agencies 10c on 1d 1912 Old Postcard Tanger, Kaid Arabe Arab Horse RiderVintage Old Postcard. Africa, Morocco Maroc, Tanger Tangier, Kaid Arabe, Native Arab Horse Rider with Gun. Costumes. Postally Used in 1912 with Morocco Agencies 10 Centimos overprinted in black on Great Britain King George 5th 1d Downey Head stamp.
Publisher: S.J. Nahon Au Chic Tanger
Addressed to: Oldham England
Stamp: Morocco Agencies 10c on 1d KG5 Downey Head
Background: Qaid also spelled kaid or caïd, is a word meaning "master" or "leader." The word was used in North Africa for the governor of a fortress or the warden of a prison. It is also used as a male Muslim given name. It furthermore is a designation for leaders of bands of gangsters.
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