Postmarks of Thuringia
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).
Used in the Kingdom of Saxony
Used by the Post-offices of Thurn and Taxis before 1 July 1867
Image in demand.
Used by the Post of the North German Confederation
5 Groschen issue 1869, TuT type cancelled at KOESTRITZ (Reuss Junge Linie)
3 kreuzer stamp, issue 1869, TuT type cancelled KATZHÜTTE (Schwarzburg-Rudolstadt)
Used by the Empire of Germany (Deutsches Reich)
Large shield 3 kreuzer, issue 1872, TuT type cancelled GRAEFINAU (Sachsen-Rudolstadt)
3 Pfennig issue 1880, cancelled at ERFURT (old Prussian province of Sachsen) in 1886
20 Pf Reichspost, issue 1889, cancelled at GREIZ in 1896
10 Pf Reichspost, issue 1889, cancelled at GERA Reuss JungeLinie in 1897
1 Mark Deutsches Reich issue 1906, cancelled at MEHLIS in 1909
Same issue, cancelled at ERFURT in 1911
1.50 Mark issue 1920, double cancelled at ARTERN in September 1920.
100 Pfennig issue January 1922, cancelled at GOTHA (old Sachsen-Coburg-Gotha) 8 January 1923
- Nachverwendete Altdeutschland-Stempel, Peter Feuser, 1983,Stuttgart - Nr 434.
- Feuser Nr 276.
- Feuser, opened in Prussia Taxis in Nov.1867 (Nr 1629).
- Feuser Nr 113.
- Feuser 177.