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Finsterwalde - the city of singers - 12 stamps mint never hinged, catalog no. 1-12, Finsterwalde
Product information "Finsterwalde - the city of singers - 12 stamps mint never hinged, catalog no. 1-12, Finsterwalde"
The complete set. comprises a total of 12 values. The brand image itself shows the town hall of the singer town Finsterwalde, including a band of music and the city coat of arms - supplemented by the nominal value and the hammer price. It is said that 500,000 sets were printed at the time, but only a few copies of good quality have survived. Catalog value 5 €.
Finsterwalde, Brandenburg's traditional singing town, is located in the middle of the scenic delightful Niederlausitz . As so-called local editions or transitional editions appeared there on 16. February 1946 these twelve stamps. The local editions with surcharges for the reconstruction of the city were at the time by E.A. Michaelis and Dr. Grahlow designed in Finsterwalde and produced in the Richard Espenhahn city print shop. The print itself was done on dull gray-brown paper with so-called economy gum - as we know it from some later editions of the SBZ (Soviet Occupation Zone).