U.S. Commemorative Stamp Year Sets
Mint Germany Stamps to 1933
Used Germany Stamps to 1933
Mint German Third Reich Stamps 1933-45
Nazi Party-Nsdap Dues, Revenue Stamps
3rd Reich Axis & Occupation Stamps
Used Third Reich Stamps: 1933-1945
German Offices and Colonies Stamps
German Covers & Cards
Bundespost, 1949-1988 Stamps
Cancels and centering will vary unless otherwise noted
Used Third Reich Stamps: 1933-1945
      
GE B203u Hitler's Birthday 1942 Special Cancel
VF. This portrait was selected for Hitler's 1942 birthday. It shows him in a suit and Military visor Cap. The cancel is dated 20-4-1942, Hitler's birthday. It reads, "Braunau, Mit Dem Fuhrer Zum Sieg," On with the Fuhrer to Victory. And has the SA Ruines. Note: cancel from Braunau, not Berlin. Cancel is from Braunau, not Berlin.
GE B204u Hamburg Horse Derby
VF 1942 racing stamp for the Hamburg Derby. The surcharge went to Hitler's culture fund and the Race Promoters.
GE B205u Brown Ribbon Horse Race
VF 1942 stamp honoring the German Brown Band horse racing society. This stamp was one of an annual issue. Showing three racing horses.
GE B206-7u Goldsmith Society
VF 1942 pair honoring the German Goldsmith Society
GE B208u Peter Henlein
VF 1942 stamp honoring Peter Henlein, pocket watch inventor
GE B209-11u Vienna Postal Congress, Cancels!
VF 1942 set issued to mark the postal and telegraph conference for countries occupied by Germany. With special cancels issued for the congress showing postal rider and steed atop globe. Reads, "European Postal Congress." across bottom in italic.
GE B209-11u Vienna Postal Congress
VF 1942 set issued to mark the postal and telegraph conference for countries occupied by Germany.
GE B212-14u Postal Congress Pact
VF 1942 set overprinted to mark the signing of the postal pact for countries occupied by Germany. Great Images. Overprinted *9 Okt. 1942* on the earlier set.
GE B215u Mail Coach
VF 1943 Stamp Day showing postal coach
GE B216u Nazi Anniversary
VF 1943 Stamp to mark the 10th anniversary of the Nazi rise to power
GE B217u Nazi Emblem
VF 1943 Showing the Nazi Emblem
GE B218-29u Battle Scenes
VF 1943 Heroes Day set to pay tribute to the Military Forces. Showing a variety of Battle scenes, it highlights everything from the infantry to the U-Boat service. Engraved.
GE B230u Hitler Youth
VF 1943 "Youth Obligation" Day when all German children had to take an oath to Hitler
GE B230u Hitler Youth Stamp & Cancel
VF 1943 "Youth Obligation" Day when all German children had to take an oath to Hitler. Pair on piece with special "Reinbek" city cancel showing the city hall.
GE B231-6u Hitler Birthday 1943
VF The 3rd Reich issued this set of six stamps for Hitler's 1943 birthday.Facing to the right, the portrait is bordered with a quill, torch and sword. The sword hosts the Nazi emblem with swastika.
GE B231-6u Hitler Birthday 1943 Special Cancels
VF The 3rd Reich issued this set of six stamps for Hitler's 1943 birthday.Facing to the right, the portrait is bordered with a quill, torch and sword. The sword hosts the Nazi emblem with swastika. On piece with special cancel saying "Our Furher Banned Bolschevism."
GE B241-2u Peter Rosegger
VF 1943 set commemorates Peter Rosegger-Austrian Writer and shows his home.
GE B243u Ribbon Band Horse Race
VF 1943 Brown Band horse race issue. Shows rider blowing horn to call to races
GE B243u Brown Ribbon Horse Race & Cancel
VF. 1943 Brown Band horse race issue. Shows rider blowing horn to call to races. Cancel shows stamp image, on piece.
GE B244-5u Vienna Horse Race
VF 1943 Pair of stamps for the Vienna races. Showing race horses
GE B246u Mother and Child
VF 1943 Charity stamp for winter help. Showing mother and children.
GE B247-8u Goldsmith Day 2w/Event Cancel
VF 1943 German Goldsmiths Day set on piece with event cancel. Showing Hanau Goldsmith building.
GE B249u City of Lubeck
VF 1943 stamp honoring the 800th anniversary of the city of Lubek
GE B251u Dr. Robert Koch
VF 1944 stamp commemorating the birth of Dr. Robert Koch, bacteriologist.
GE B251u Dr. Robert Koch, Comm. Cancel
1944 stamp commemorating the birth of Dr. Robert Koch, bacteriologist. With special cancel for stamps issue. Cancel is directly on bottom CENTER of stamp and piece is smaller than shown.