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GERMAN EMPIRE
STAMPS
1902

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MICHEL 68 to 77
GERMANIA (II)
(Inscribed 'DEUTSCHES REICH')

Issued: 1st Apr 1902: Regular Issue representing images of Germania and the German Empire. Inscribed "DEUTSCHES REICH". Designed by Waldraff and printed Typography on unwatermarked paper, perforate K 14:14¼.

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Mi 68
2Pf
blue-grey
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Mi 69
3Pf
dark-brown
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Mi 70
5Pf
bluish-green to dark opal-green
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Mi 71
10Pf
carmine
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Mi 72
20Pf
ultramarine
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Mi 73
25Pf
orange / black on yellow
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Mi 74
30Pf
orange / black on orange
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Mi 75
40Pf
carmine / black
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Mi 76
50pf
black and purple on buff
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Mi 77
80pf
Black and red on rose
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MICHEL 78 to 81
(Inscribed 'DEUTSCHES REICH')

Issued: 1st Apr 1902 / Aug 1904: Regular Issue representing images of the German Empire (II). Inscribed "DEUTSCHES REICH". Designed by Frenzel (Mi78), Lipinsky (Mi79) and the Empire Printing Office (Mi80 and Mi81), engraved (4x5) on unwatermarked paper, perforate K 14:14½. Type 'A' with 26:17 perforation holes and Type 'B' with 25:16 perforation holes.

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Mi 78
1 Mark
red
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Mi 79
2 Mark
black-blue
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Mi 80
3 Mark
black.
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Mi 81
5 Mark
red and black
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MICHEL 82
(Inscribed 'DEUTSCHES REICH')

Issued: 1st Apr 1902 / Aug 1904: Regular Issue representing images of the German Empire (III). Like Mi79 only the inscription is in Roman characters rather than Gothic and the sun's rays have different shading.

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Mi 82
2 Mark
blackish to black blue
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06-Jul-2020 11:21