The coat of arms of Danzig with lions

Fischer 87 | Michel 99 | Year of issue 1922

Large format of the coat of arms of Danzig with lions. This stamp is provided with a pale (green)grey burelage with rosettes.


Fischer 87
Michel 99
The coat of arms of Danzig with lions

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".

Relevant pages

Fischer 81-83