REM-UMC 7.65 overlabel box

REM-UMC 7.65 export box with gun-store over-label from Argentina.
Any information on over-label and code date on back of box is welcome.
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AL MEDICO DE LAS ARMAS : AT THE DOCTOR OF THE ARMS

J. FAGGIONATO Juan? FAGGIONATO, Obviously an Italian Migrant or first Generation Gunsmith in Buenas Aires.
Juan = Giovanni = John.

RIVADIA 2515: Telephone number, Rivadia Exchange;
Paseo de Julio 520 520 July Lane/ Walk.
Bns Aires Buenas Aires
U.T.3956( ?? COMMERCIAL Reg. Number?)

FEDE Will know what this last line means.

Doc AV

Bob, very nice box, thanks for sharing. Boxes with this label are hard to find in any caliber.

The name of the store is “José Faggionato” and was specialized in gun repair, cutlery and watches, but they also loaded shotshells and imported guns, ammunition and powder from USA and Europe. “Al médico de la armas” means “To the gun’s doctor”, “Bs Aires” means “Buenos Aires” (capital city), and “U. T. 3956 Ada” means Unión Telefónica (Telephone Union) number 3956 Avenida (Avenue). This was the telephone number of the storehouse.

Date code indicates August 21, 1917. Label number 511 is pre-Incorporation.

Ad from 1922:

Regards,

Fede

Additonal note: the Argentine overlabel is pre-November 28, 1919, because on that day the name of the “Paseo de Julio” street was changed to “Leandro N. Além” (as seen in the 1922 ad).

Only a little historical bit: the armourer Fagionatto was the father of Elena which was the spouse of Arturo Frondizi an Argentine president in the 50´s…

Sorry,my fault(typo)