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United Nations Postal Services 2009 Issue
Designed by Grit Fiedler

United Nations World Heritage Germany

United Nations Postal Service has issued six new stamps with postage values of 44 and 98 Cents, 1,00 and 1,30 fs, and 0.65 and 1.40 Euro named "World Heritage - Germany" on the 7th of May 2009. This is the fourteenth United Nations stamp issue to illustrate World Heritage sites. This issue depicts six different structures built in Germany. Each is listed below:

  • Town Hall and Roland on the Marketplace of Bremen (44 Cents)
  • Aschen Cathedral (98 Cents)
  • Wartburg Castle (1,00fs)
  • Monastic Island of Reichenau (1.30fs)
  • Palaces and Parks of Potsdam and Berlin (0,65 Euro)
  • Luther Memorials in Eisleben and Wittenberg (1,40 Euro)

"World Heritage - Germany" stamps can be purchased as singles, Sheets of 20, Prestige booklets, or various FDC's. The size of each stamp is 50mm x 30mm with a perforation of 12 3/4 x 13 1/4 using the 2cm reference. They will be printed by Joh. Enschede, Netherlands using the offset printing process. Total quantity of each is listed below:

  • 44 Cents 220,000 stamps
  • 98 Cents 220,000 stamps
  • 1,00fs 155,000 stamps
  • 1,30fs 155,000 stamps
  • 0.65 Euro 190,000 stamps
  • 1.40 Euro 320,000 stamps

United Nations World Heritage Germany FDC's

United Nations World Heritage Germany FDC Stamps

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