DBP 1961 365 Brief im Wandel



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Description Stamp description / Briefmarkenbeschreibung
Deutsch: Der Brief im Wandel von fünf Jahrhunderten
English: The letter being in flux while 5 centuries
  • Graphics by Reinhard Heinsdorff
  • Ausgabepreis: 7 Pfennig
  • First Day of Issue / Erstausgabetag: 31. August 1961
  • Michel-Katalog-Nr.: 365
Date March 2009(2009-03)
Source scanned by NobbiP
Author scanned by NobbiP
(Reusing this file)
Public domain This stamp is in the public domain in Germany because it was released by Deutsche Bundespost on behalf of the Federal Minister of Post and Telecommunication and thus is an official work according to German copyright law (§ 5 Abs. 1 UrhG).

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Picture Description Nürnberger Bote um 1700 (Nennwert 7 Pfennig)
First day of Issue 31 August 1961(1961-08-31)
Design Reinhard Heinsdorff
Printing Technique komninierter Stichtief- und Offsetdruck
Circulation 30.000.000
MICHEL Nr. 365

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