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This series of stamps for the American, British and Soviet occupation zones is also known as the... more
Product information "Number series - 27 stamps mint never hinged, catalog no. 911-37, Allied occupation"
This series of stamps for the American, British and Soviet occupation zones is also known as the 1st Control Council issue. So that all important postage levels were covered right from the start, a series of numbers comprising a total of 27 stamps with all important face value levels from 1 Pfg. To 1 Reichsmark appeared in February or May 1946. Catalog no. 911-37
The rarest postage stamp in this set has a face value of 42 pfennigs and you often had to hand in a cigarette at the post office to get the postage at all.
Catalog value 7 euros
The occupied territories in Germany were subordinate to the military government of the respective armed forces from the beginning. The mail traffic was completely cut off on the day of the occupation. Postal traffic between the four occupation zones was resumed from October 24th, 1945, and a joint post office with its own stamps was set up in the American and British zones, called "Allied Military Mail". The entire collection area of the American, British zone includes only 58 stamps and 1 block pair.
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