South and North Poland issues (uniform currency)

Fischer 97-101 | Michel 107, 113, 115-117 | Scott 101, 144, 146-148, respectively | Year of issue 1920 | Pre-war Poland

On former German occupied territory, the northern part of Poland, stamps were issued in Fenigów/Marek currency (see Fischer 85-96). Other issues were used in the southern part of Poland (former Austrian occupied territory) in Halerzy/Korony currency (see Fischer 73-84). This series was issued for the Republic of Poland as a whole. Also, the Polish eagle types of this series were issued from Silesia (see Fischer 144-149) in different colours.

Fischer 97
Fischer 98
97
Eagle
98
Working farmer

Fischer 99
Fischer 100
Fischer 101
99
100
101
Polish Uhlan cavalryman

Glossary

A Uhlan is a light cavalerist armed with a sabre.

Relevant pages

Find other Polish stamps depicting the Polish eagle
Fischer 73-84 (South Poland issues in Halerzy/Korony denominations)
Fischer 85-96 (North Poland issues with Fenigów/Marek denominations)
Fischer 121-124 (Red Cross overprints)
Fischer 144-149 (Silesia issues)

Weblinks
Coat of arms of Poland
Uhlan
Uhlan cavalry