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1941 Medieval Buildings Set of 3 Poland Postage Stamps Catalog Number N73-75 MNH

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Item details

Condition
Unused
Type
Back of Book
Topic
Architecture
Color
Multi-Color
Year of Issue
1941-1950
Quality
Mint Never Hinged/MNH
Grade
VF (Very Fine)
Place of Origin
Poland

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Mint never hinged set of three postage stamps issued in Nazi-occupied Poland (note eagle and swastika in stamp design) depicting examples of medieval buildings. Buildings depicted are Barbakan in Kracow, Monastery Tyniec, and Krakow city and castle.

Issue date: April and May, 1941

The depiction of Krakow City and Castle is from the "Nürnberger Weltchronik" by Hartmann Schedel (1440 - 1514 Nürnberg).