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Wartime Letters39 of 77Rare Maltese First Day Cover 1954Algerian/Iraqi stamps 1975
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Posted 5 years ago

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German WWII stamps found in a stamp album. I know very little about stamps, but due to the fact they have a swastika or Hitler on the stamps, I suspect WWII era!


  1. petey petey, 5 years ago
    Thanks for the info AR8Jason, must have made him a bit of money considering he had the power to demand his picture be on most stamps!
    Thanks for the loves
  2. Chrisnp Chrisnp, 5 years ago
    In reference to your next post, I’m sure the UK is glad the queen doesn't charge a royalty for using her image! (No comparison or disrespect intended to ERII, just an observation about how often her image is used)

    A bit further off topic, I live in King County. When we changed our logo from a crown to an image of Martin Luther King, the county had to negotiate rights to his image from the King family. There is an urban legend that my county pays royalties to the King family, but actually not. If the image is used for commercial purposes, however, the family has copyrighted his image and has sued for royalties.
  3. petey petey, 5 years ago
    Chrisnp, you never know, maybe she does, the postal service is called The Royal Mail?
    Thanks for the love blunderbuss2 and Manikin
  4. miKKoChristmas11 miKKoChristmas11, 5 years ago
    AR8Jason, do you know what Hitler did with these monies? Except for those things that he thought essential for maintaining himself in a manner he deemed suitable for the leader of the German state, he seemed to live rather simply - unlike Hermann Goring. Please, sir, if you know any more about this situation, do please enlighten us! Thanks.
  5. petey petey, 5 years ago
    Thanks for the loves blunderbuss2 and Manikin

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