1778 circa. Large folded cover from Madrid addressed to Antonio Hermenegildo de Querejazu, member of the Royal Audience of Lima, most infrequently rated at 67 reales (in manuscript), according to a 6 2/3 ounces weight, endorsed "Coruña", where the "España" straight-line in red was applied. The route of carriage was Corunna-Havana-Cartagena de Indias-Santa Fe-Quito-Lima. The highest franking recorded on mail to the Americas bearing any of the "España" postmarks. Ex Camino.