The latest addition to my collection is this blank Zsarist postal stationary, surcharged with 5 Rubles and cancelled to order Elenovka “b”. Those stationary were produced when new, not 30 Kop. overprinted, stationaries were received from country districts. At some point the owner of this postcard had it cancelled to order in Elenovka. Perhaps on the way to Tiflis. Serebrakian and Boels come to mind but since nothing was written on the card this is pure speculation.
Elenovka was a post station on the important road link between Tiflis and Erivan. Located on the western shore of Lake Sevan.Imperial Russian Stamps Used In Transcaucasia – P. T. Ashford