Baden 1862-1864 Definitives - Coat of Arms - Uncoloured Background

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  • Issue Dates : 1862-1864
  • Designed by : L.Kurz
  • Print Run : W. Hasper
  • Print Process : Typo
  • Perforations : 10 (a rare 3 kr perforated 13½ exists)


Coat of arms on a white background. KREUZER in full. Valid until end 1871, as the Duchy of Baden refused to join the Confederation of North Germany, contrary to the other Old states.


Unused[edit]

1k
23 Oct 1864
3k
13 Jun 1862
6k
25 Sep 1864
9k
23 Aug 1864
18k
06 Dec 1862
30k
06 Dec 1862

Used[edit]

1862-1863 issues[edit]

Narrow perforated[edit]

3 kreuzer rose on white, perforated 13², issued 26 March 1862. Rare, only 200,000 pieces.

Used circles Mi16
Single circle 164 of the mobile Railway. Sold 1,050 DM in 1982.

Wide perforated[edit]

1 kreuzer[edit]

Frame cancelled at SCHEFFLENZ, Mi17b (?)

3 kr[edit]

Pale rose, DC used in BADEN, Mi18
Rose, rings used in CONSTANZ, Mi18
Rose, DC used in FREIBURG, Mi18
Circle in MOSBACH, Mi18
DC in NECKARGEMÜND, Mi18
Oval at French frontier, Mi18
Deep rose, blue oval and frame

6 kr[edit]

9 kr[edit]

Reddish brown, oval at MANNHEIM BAHNHOF. Mi20a
Brown, circle on fragment at PFORZHEIM Mi20b
Deep brown, at ACHERN DC Mi20c

18 kr[edit]

Green to deep green. Beware of forgeries.

Mi21
5 Rings 8 of Baden-Baden
Antiqua DC at HEIDELBERG
Grotesk DC at HEIDELBERG. Sold 740 DM in 1974.
Grotesk DC at LÖRRACH. Mi21a
Grotesk frame at CARLSRUHE Mi21a

30 kr[edit]

5 rings 121?
Antiqua frame at PFORZHEIM Mi22
Deep orange, circle at HEIDELBERG Mi22b

1864 issue[edit]

1k black Mi17a
23 Oct 1864
6k blue 164 Railway offices, 25 Sep 1864, Mi19a
9k reddish-brown Mi20a
23 Aug 1864

Covers[edit]

3 kr narrow Mi16, sold 2,300 DM in 1984.
3 kr and 18 kr to Beyrouth (Syria) in 1864.
From MANNHEIM on 10 January 1868 to London with DC on 18 & 9 kr. Sold 5,000 SF in 1994. Mi21a+20a.
9 kr reddish-brown & 1 KR in 1870. Mi20a+23