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WEIMAR REPUBLIC
STAMPS
1928

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MICHEL 410 to 422
GERMAN PRESIDENTS

Issued: 1st September 1928. Definitive stamps featuring German Presidents (II). Available on sheets (10x10), coils and stamp booklets on coated paper, waffle / network watermark. Perf K 14:14¼.

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Mi 410
3Pf
blackish ochre (shades)
(Friedrich Ebert)
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Mi 411
5Pf
dark green
(Paul von Hindenburg)
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Mi 412
8Pf
black opal green (shades)
(Friedrich Ebert)
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Mi 413
10Pf
cinnabar red (shades)
(Friedrich Ebert)
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Mi 414
15Pf
lilac red (shades)
(Paul von Hindenburg)
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M 415
20Pf
black green blue
(Friedrich Ebert)
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Mi 416
25Pf
blue (shades)
(Paul von Hindenburg)
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Mi 417
30Pf
black olive
(Friedrich Ebert)
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Mi 418
40Pf
dark violet purple
(Paul von Hindenburg)
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Mi 419
45Pf
bright reddish orange
(Friedrich Ebert)
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Mi 420
50Pf
drk orange brown
(Paul von Hindenburg)
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Mi 421
60Pf
dark brownish red Brown
(Friedrich Ebert)
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Mi 422
80Pf
black red brown
(Paul von Hindenburg)
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MICHEL 455, 423 and 424
AIRMAIL
(Graf Zeppelin)

These 3 elegant stamps feature the airship LZ-127 more commonly known as the 'Graf Zeppelin' named after Germany's most famous airship designer Count Ferdinand von Zeppelin. The 'Graf Zeppelin' was the most successful airship ever built. Between its first flight in 1928 and retirement in 1937, it made 590 flights and covered over a million miles.

The 2 Mark (Mi 423) and the 4 Mark (Mi 424) stamps were issued on 20th September 1928. The 1 Mark (Mi 455) was issued later in May 1931. These stamps are engraved and were issued on sheets (5x10) on coated paper, with a Waffle (network) Watermark. Mi 424 exists with both a horizontal watermark and a vertical watermark. Perf K 14.

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Mi 455
1 Mark
red
(Issued 1931)
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Mi 423
2 Mark
bright lilac ultramarine
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Mi 424
4 Mark
black brown
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MICHEL 425 to 429
GERMAN AID for the NEEDY (III)

Issued: 15th November 1928. Issued to coincide with the annual German Aid for the Needy fund raising event, featuring state coat of arms. Designed by von Weech and available on sheets (10x10) and booklets. Produced on coated paper, perf K 14:14¼.

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Mi 425
5Pf + 5Pf
multicoloured
Hamburg
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Mi 426
8Pf + 7Pf
multicoloured
Mecklenburg-Schwerin
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Mi 427
15Pf + 15Pf
multicoloured
Oldenburg
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Mi 428
25Pf + 25Pf
multicoloured
Brunswick
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Mi 429
50Pf + 50Pf
multicoloured
Anhalt
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