New Stamps from Germany

Bismark

germany bismark stampHe was the “Iron Chancellor”. As Reich unifier Otto von Bismarck went (1815-1898) in the German history. From the patchwork of many small countries he has formed the unified German Empire. For almost three decades, certain of the gnarled Prussian Chancellor as the German and European politics. He introduced a health insurance (1883), an accident insurance (1884) as well as a retirement and disability insurance (1889). The life work of Otto von Bismarck was enormous. His 200th birthday is celebrated with a variety of commemorative events.Domestically, Bismarck took action against political Catholicism. And also against social democracy, which he tried to turn off the Anti-Socialist Law (1878).

Date of Release:2 April 2015

BMW and Mercedes Benz

germany cars stampsWet-stick postage stamps, each 145 ct in a 10-sheet, suitable for the franking of large letters up to 500 g, compact letters International to 50 g and to the completion of international Freimachungsstufen.Size of the single brand: 44,20 x 26,20 mm.The design of this special postage stamp was designed by Thomas Serres from Hattingen.

Date of Release:2 April 2015

Max and Moritz

germany max and mortiz stampThe bridge breaks into pieces, Illustration: Wilhelm Busch.Wet-stick postage stamps, each 62 cents in a 10-sheet suitable for franking national standard letters to 20 g.Size of the single brand: 39.00 x 33.00 mm.The design of this special postage stamp has been designed by Greta Gröttrup from Hamburg.

Date of Release:2 April 2015

Felix the Hare: “Post by Felix”

germany felix stampsWet-stick postage stamps, each 62 cents in a 10-sheet suitable for franking national standard letters to 20 g size of individual brand. 44,20 x 26,20 mm.The design of this special postage stamp has been designed by Grit Fiedler from Leipzig. Theme: Felix the bunny © Coppenrath Verlag, Münster After the books by Annette Langen and Constanza Droop.

Date of Release:2 April 2015

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