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- 10 (Pf.) : Pupil's pilot<br />
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- 10 (Pf.): Pupil's pilot<br />
 
- 15 (Pf.): Female traffic regulator of the National Police<br />
 
- 15 (Pf.): Female traffic regulator of the National Police<br />
 
- 20 (Pf.): Traffic policeman<br />
 
- 20 (Pf.): Traffic policeman<br />

Latest revision as of 10:02, 16 January 2020

  • Label : "Ministerium für Post und Fernmeldewesen" of the German Democratic Republic; 1975; commemorative stamps of the issue "Traffic education"; issue of 5 stamps


Stamp datas:

  • Issue Date : 09 September 1975
  • Color : multicolored
  • Watermark : none
  • Nominal values : 10 - 15 - 20 - 25 - 35 (Pfennig)
  • Postage validity : to 02 October 1990
  • Designed by : Joachim Rieß (*1937)
  • Printed by : "VEB Deutsche Wertpapierdruckerei", Leipzig
  • Print Process : Offset printing (lithography) on luminescent paper
  • Perforation : Comb perforation, K 13 x 12½
  • Stamp size : printed area of a single stamp: 39.0 x 21.0 mm
  • Print runs :
- Michel No. 2078, 10 (Pf.) : 15,000,000
- Michel No. 2079, 15 (Pf.): 2,000,000
- Michel No. 2080, 20 (Pf.): 8,000,000
- Michel No. 2021, 25 (Pf.): 5,000,000
- Michel No. 2022, 35 (Pf.): 4,500,000


Stamps[edit]

10pf
15pf
20pf
25pf
35pf

Covers, cards, and philatelic souvenirs[edit]

FDC to this issue, "1085 Berlin", 09-09-1975


To the stamp motives:
- 10 (Pf.): Pupil's pilot
- 15 (Pf.): Female traffic regulator of the National Police
- 20 (Pf.): Traffic policeman
- 25 (Pf.): Technical examnation of the vehicle
- 35 (Pf.): Road-safety class