South Poland issues (denomination Halerzy/Korony)

Fischer 73-84 | Michel 65-88 | Scott 109-120 imperforate and 121-132 perforate | Year of issue 1919 | Pre-war Poland

On former Austrian occupied territory, the southern part of Poland, stamps were issued in Halerzy/Korony currency.

Fischer 73A
Fischer 74A
Fischer 75A
Fischer 76A
73A
74A
75A
76A

Fischer 77A
Fischer 78A
Fischer 79A
77A
78A
79A
Eagle

Fischer 80A
Fischer 81A
Fischer 82A
80A
81A
82A
Grain harvest and renaissance granary in Kazimierz Dolny

Fischer 83A
Fischer 84A
83A
Working farmer
84A
Polish Uhlan cavalryman

Imperforate issues Fischer 73-84A

 
 

Fischer 73B
Fischer 74B
Fischer 75B
Fischer 76B
73B
74B
75B
76B

Fischer 77B
Fischer 78B
Fischer 79B
77B
78B
79B
Eagle

Fischer 80B
Fischer 81B
Fischer 82B
80B
81B
82B
Grain harvest and renaissance granary in Kazimierz Dolny

Fischer 83B
Fischer 84B
83B
Working farmer
84B
Polish Uhlan cavalryman

perforate issues Fischer 73-84B

Glossary

Kazimierz Dolny is a Renaissance town on the Vistula river.
A Uhlan is a light cavalerist armed with a sabre.

Relevant pages

Other issues were used in the northern part of Poland (former German occupied territory) in Fenigów/Marek currency (see Fischer 85-96). In 1920, another series was issued for the Republic of Poland as a whole (see Fischer 97-101). Also, the Polish eagle types of this series were issued from Silesia (see Fischer 144-149) in different colours. Furthermore in 1920, issues for East Silesia, Spis and Orava appeared as S.O.1920 overprints.

Fischer 85-96 (North Poland issues with Fenigów/Marek denominations)
Fischer 97-101 (South and North Poland issues in uniform currency)
Fischer 121-124 (Red Cross overprints)
Fischer 144-149 (Silesia issues)
Find other Polish stamps depicting the Polish eagle
S.O.1920 overprints

Resources

Austria Hungary
Coat of arms of Poland
Kazimierz Dolny
Renaissance
Granary
Uhlan
Uhlan cavalry