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- Order number: 4E-041
The high-speed tests with steam and electric locomotives had already shown before the First World War that speeds close to or even over 200 km / h can be mastered. The speed of 200 km / h was exceeded for the first time on October 6, 1903 by a test railcar from Siemens in Berlin-Marienfelde. However, Japan became the motherland of modern high-speed traffic, where in the 1960s the Shinkansen trains began to run at close intervals on specially built high-speed lines.
We have put together an initial delivery for the unique high-speed train collection. This collection contains beautiful stamps with motifs of high-speed trains worth over 30 euros at an absolute special price , as well as the matching album sheets.
This collection area is very compact and manageable. Your subscription will always be sent automatically when enough stamps and souvenir sheets have accumulated. You will receive a maximum of three to four deliveries per year .
The price of your additional deliveries is between 20 and 30 euros.
You can cancel your order within 30 days of receipt of the goods without giving reasons in writing or by returning the goods.
You can end your subscription at any time without observing a deadline.
A message to firstname.lastname@example.org or to Hermann E. Sieger GmbH, Am Venusberg 32-34, 74545 Lorch is sufficient.