Danzig overprints on early German stamps

Fischer 26-31 | Michel 26-31 and 41-46 | Year of issue 1920

German Empire stamps with pale (green)grey burelage and several types of "Danzig" overprints.

Fischer 26
Michel 26, 41
Fischer 27
Michel 27, 42
Fischer 28
Michel 28, 43

Fischer 29
Michel 29, 44
Fischer 30
Michel 30, 45
Fischer 31
Michel 31, 46

Glossary

Burelage (or "Netzunterdruck" in German) is a fine overall network of dots or lines printed on the face of a stamp, usually done to discourage counterfeiting or the reuse of a stamp.