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GERMAN EMPIRE
STAMPS
1915

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MICHEL 84II to 97II
GERMANIA (IV)

Issued: Mar 1915 / May 1919. Regular Issue Germania (IV), so-called "war printing". Like Mi83I to 93I but with blurred, unclear printing on rough paper. Designed by Waldraff. Printed Topography (10x10), coils and booklets, diamond/lozenge watermark and are perf 14:14¼.

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Mi 84II
3pf
dark olive-brown to dark orange-brown
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Mi 85II
5pf
dark opal-green to blackish-grey-green
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Mi 86II
10pf
bright to dark carmine-red
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Mi 87II
20pf
lilac-ultramarine to dark lilac-ultramarine
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Mi 88II
25pf
reddish-orange / black on yellowish-white
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Mi 89II
30pf
dark red-orange / black on white to medium chrome-yellow
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Mi 90II
40pf
dark reddish-carmine to lilac-carmine / black
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Mi 91II
50pf
dark grey-lilac to dark brownish-lilac / black on white to medium chrome-yellow
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Mi 92II
60pf
dark to blackish-grey-lilac
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Mi 93II
80pf
carmine-red / red-black on light rose
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MICHEL 94II to 97II
GERMANIA and REPRESENTATIVE IMAGES

Issued: Sep 1915 / May 1919. Regular Issue Representative images of the German Empire (IV), so-called "war printing". Designed by Frenzel (Mi94), Lipinsky (Mi95) and Empire Printing Office (Mi96 and Mi97). Printed Engraved (4x5), diamond/lozenge watermark and are perf 14:14½. Type 'A' 26:17 Perforation holes, Type 'B' 25:16 Perforation holes.

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Mi 94II
1 Mark
dark carmine-red to red-carmine
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Mi 95II
2 Mark
dark to blackish-blue
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Mi 96II
3 Mark
blackish to black-violet
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Mi 97II
5 Mark
green-black / dark-carmine
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07-Jul-2020 12:30