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The Scenery and Tourist Sights of Europe

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This is a collection of 57 stamps. The countries that the stamps in this collection were issued in are France, Sweden, Germany, Portugal, Finland, Austria, Romania, Poland, Greece, Bulgaria, Italy, Former Yugoslavia, Hungary, Switzerland, Belgium, and Denmark. The places shown on the stamps in this collection are the Norder Gate in Flensburg and Schleswig, the Lammi Church in Finland, the Bogo Windmill in Denmark, the Riquewhr Commune in the Haut-Rhin in Alsace in France, Arbois and Le Quesnoy in France, the Olavinlinna Fortress in Finland, the La tour De Cesar Provins in France, Brasov-Biserica Neagra in Romania, the Basilica of Mariazell in Austria, Kalisz in Poland, the Barbican Githic-Renaissance in Warsaw in Poland, Dresden in Germany, the Silbermann-Orgel in Freiberg in Germany, the Kost Castle in Czechoslovakia, Liege in Belgium, Reims Cathedral in France, Tampere in Finland, the Sevojno Steel Pant and Copper Works in the Former Yugoslavia, the Keuru Church in Finland, the Castle of Mussomeli in Italy, the Romanian Athenaeum Buildings in Bucares in Romania, Turgu Mures Citadel in Romania, Lehel Street in Budapest in Hungary, the Post Office in Csepele in Hungary, the CT1 Bank in Bulgaria, Kaposvar in Hungary, the Feuler Palace in Mafels in Switzerland, the Brandenburg Gate in Germany, Bordeaux in France, the Facde de la Maison, the Cathedral of Saint Peter in Regensburg in Germany, Tegel Castle in Berlin in Germany, the Wallsfahrtsakapelle Altotting in Germany, Epidavros in Greece, Silbermann-orgel in Fraureth with Werdau in Germany, Silbermann_Orgel in rotha in Leipzig in Germany, the Mohne Reservoir in Germany, the University of Coimbra in Portugal, the Museum for the Macedonian Struggle in Thessaloniki in Greece, the Orchard in Bloom in Romania, the Abbey of Hohenfurth and Mariens Church in Stift-Rein in Hohenfurth in Germany, the Marienkirche in Bauwerke in Berlin in Germany, the Staszica Siedziba Palace in Warsaw in Poland, the Old City Hall in Ratusz in Poland, the Curch of Nykarleby in Finland, the paining of the Church of Moret by Alfred Sislev in Romania, the Lighthouse at Morska in Poland, Tarnow in Poland, the Mining Academy in Kielce in Poland, and the Cliffs on Moen Island in Denmark. The oldest stamp in this collection was issued in 1931. The newest stamp in this collection was issued in the 2000s. The decades that the stamps in this collection were issued in are the 1930s, 1950s, 1960s, 1970s, 1980s, and 2000s. A couple of the stamps in this collection are unused. A couple of the stamps still have a little of the backing of the envelope that they were attached to still showing on the back. Most of the used stamps have a clearly visible printed postmark on them. Some of the stamps in this collection are a little faded. One of the stamps in this collection is a little torn. Overall the stamps are in good condition.

Item details

Block height:
16cm
Block width:
12cm
Condition:
Used: good
Continent:
Europe
Grouping:
Multiple
Theme:
Sights and Places

About this item

This is a collection of 57 stamps. The countries that the stamps in this collection were issued in are France, Sweden, Germany, Portugal, Finland, Austria, Romania, Poland, Greece, Bulgaria, Italy, Former Yugoslavia, Hungary, Switzerland, Belgium, and Denmark. The places shown on the stamps in this collection are the Norder Gate in Flensburg and Schleswig, the Lammi Church in Finland, the Bogo Windmill in Denmark, the Riquewhr Commune in the Haut-Rhin in Alsace in France, Arbois and Le Quesnoy in France, the Olavinlinna Fortress in Finland, the La tour De Cesar Provins in France, Brasov-Biserica Neagra in Romania, the Basilica of Mariazell in Austria, Kalisz in Poland, the Barbican Githic-Renaissance in Warsaw in Poland, Dresden in Germany, the Silbermann-Orgel in Freiberg in Germany, the Kost Castle in Czechoslovakia, Liege in Belgium, Reims Cathedral in France, Tampere in Finland, the Sevojno Steel Pant and Copper Works in the Former Yugoslavia, the Keuru Church in Finland, the Castle of Mussomeli in Italy, the Romanian Athenaeum Buildings in Bucares in Romania, Turgu Mures Citadel in Romania, Lehel Street in Budapest in Hungary, the Post Office in Csepele in Hungary, the CT1 Bank in Bulgaria, Kaposvar in Hungary, the Feuler Palace in Mafels in Switzerland, the Brandenburg Gate in Germany, Bordeaux in France, the Facde de la Maison, the Cathedral of Saint Peter in Regensburg in Germany, Tegel Castle in Berlin in Germany, the Wallsfahrtsakapelle Altotting in Germany, Epidavros in Greece, Silbermann-orgel in Fraureth with Werdau in Germany, Silbermann_Orgel in rotha in Leipzig in Germany, the Mohne Reservoir in Germany, the University of Coimbra in Portugal, the Museum for the Macedonian Struggle in Thessaloniki in Greece, the Orchard in Bloom in Romania, the Abbey of Hohenfurth and Mariens Church in Stift-Rein in Hohenfurth in Germany, the Marienkirche in Bauwerke in Berlin in Germany, the Staszica Siedziba Palace in Warsaw in Poland, the Old City Hall in Ratusz in Poland, the Curch of Nykarleby in Finland, the paining of the Church of Moret by Alfred Sislev in Romania, the Lighthouse at Morska in Poland, Tarnow in Poland, the Mining Academy in Kielce in Poland, and the Cliffs on Moen Island in Denmark. The oldest stamp in this collection was issued in 1931. The newest stamp in this collection was issued in the 2000s. The decades that the stamps in this collection were issued in are the 1930s, 1950s, 1960s, 1970s, 1980s, and 2000s. A couple of the stamps in this collection are unused. A couple of the stamps still have a little of the backing of the envelope that they were attached to still showing on the back. Most of the used stamps have a clearly visible printed postmark on them. Some of the stamps in this collection are a little faded. One of the stamps in this collection is a little torn. Overall the stamps are in good condition.

Block height:
16cm
Block width:
12cm
Condition:
Used: good
Continent:
Europe
Grouping:
Multiple
Theme:
Sights and Places

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