Postmarks of Thuringia

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This page refers to the postmarks or cancellations placed in the territory of the modern federal state (Land) of Thuringia Germany, after WWI.

Historical, most common, postmarks are illustrated by the post administration and by type. Official literature names are given in (German).

DBP 1994 1716 Wappen Thüringen.jpg

Prephilately[edit]

Used in the Kingdom of Saxony[edit]

Cover of 1/2 Neu-Groschen issue 1863, cancelled 11 in Sachsen-ALTENBURG; in Thuringia since 1990

Used by the Post-offices of Thurn and Taxis before 1 July 1867[edit]

Image in demand.

Used by Prussia in 1867[edit]

Used by the Post of the North German Confederation[edit]

Used by the Empire of Germany (Deutsches Reich)[edit]

References[edit]

  1. Nachverwendete Altdeutschland-Stempel, Peter Feuser, 1983,Stuttgart - Nr 434.
  2. Feuser Nr 276.
  3. Feuser, opened in Prussia Taxis in Nov.1867 (Nr 1629).
  4. Feuser Nr 113.
  5. Feuser 177.