Revenue stamps of Italy

The Italian revenue stamp, referred to as a "marca da bollo" in Italian, is a revenue stamp that has been used in Italy beginning in 1863 as payment for the validation of acts and public documents (for example, notarial acts, statements, passports, etc.). An Italian revenue stamp for passports, referred to as a "marca da bollo per passaporto" in Italian, is placed in an Italian passport that shows the bearer has paid the applicable tax to use their passport while traveling. When citizens are issued a new passport, the first revenue stamp, or bollo, is included. These stamps are generally sold in tobacconists or in authorized public places.


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