The coat of arms of Danzig in an octagonal frame

Fischer 67-80 | Michel 73-86 | Year of issue 1921

Small format of the coat of arms of Danzig in an octagonal frame. Stamps No. 77-80 are provided with a pale (green)grey burelage with rosettes.

Fischer 67
Michel 73
Fischer 68
Michel 74
Fischer 69
Michel 75
Fischer 70
Michel 76

Fischer 71
Michel 77
Fischer 72
Michel 78
Fischer 73
Michel 79
Fischer 74
Michel 80

Fischer 75
Michel 81
Fischer 76
Michel 82
Fischer 77
Michel 83
Fischer 78
Michel 84

Fischer 79
Michel 85
Fischer 80
Michel 86

The coat of arms of Danzig in an octagonal frame

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.

Translations

Freie Stadt Danzig is German for "Free City of Danzig".

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