DBP 1959 Beethoven-Halle Bonn



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Description Stamp description/Briefmarkenbeschreibung
  • Deutsch: Einweihung der Beethoven-Halle zu Bonn
  • English: Induction of the Beethoven Hall in Bonn
  • Graphic designer: Kern
  • Ausgabepreis: 10+15+20+25+40 Pfennig
  • Size 148 mm x 104 mm
  • First Day of Issue / Erstausgabetag: 8. September 1959
  • Michel-Katalog-Nr: 315, 316, 317, 318, 319 (Block 2)
  • Auflage:4.117.000 Blocks
  • Drucktechnik:Stichtiefdruck, der Aufdruck des Blockes in Buchdruck
Date September 2008(2008-09)
Source scanned by NobbiP
Author scanned by NobbiP
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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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