Philatelic cover, Centre National D'Etudes Des Telecommunications, paper, issued in France, 1970
Airmail envelope with red and blue border and black ink postmark from the National Centre for Telecommunication Studies at Pleumeur-Bodou in France. There are two French stamps, one depicts a painting of Philip the Good, Duke of Burgundy, by the artist Roger Van Der Weydon, and the other depicts Louis XI, King of France, and Charles the Bold (or Charles the Rash (Temeraire)), Duke of Burgundy and their coat of arms. Postmarks have been stamped over the stamps.
Postmark on front of envelope, stamped in black ink '(asterisk) CENTRE NATIONAL D'ETUDES DES TELECOMMUNICATIONS (asterisk) / P.T.T / STATION SPATIALE de PLEUMEUR-BODOU'
Postmark on front of envelope, stamped in black ink 'PLEUMEUR-BODOU / (illeg.) DU-NORD / 20 15 / 11 4 / 1970'
Postmark on front of envelope, stamped in black ink 'PLEUMEUR-BODOU / (illeg. too faint)'
Note in upper left corner of front of envelope, handwritten in pencil '(within circle) D'