Baden 1860-1862 Definitives - Coat of Arms - Shaded Background

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  • Issue Dates : June 1860-1862
  • Designed by : Buhl and C.A. Weber
  • Printer : W. Hasper
  • Print Process : Typo
  • Catalogue Michel N°s 9-15


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Unused[edit]

02 Oct 1860
Black
30 May 1860
Blue
23 Sep 1860
Orange
12 Jul 1861
Carmine

Used[edit]

1 kr black, 5 rings 133, 1860ca, Mi9
3 kr Prussian blue, 5 rings 57, 1860ca, Mi10a
3 kr ultramarine, 5 rings 66, 1861ca, Mi10b
6 kreuzer salmon-red, zig-zag 24, 1861ca, Mi11a
6 kr orange, 5 rings 156, 1862ca, Mi11b
9 kr carmine, 5 rings 57, 1861ca, Mi12
Late (in 1871) with 1 kr black pair and 1 KR. Sold 3,900 DM in 1979. Mi9
3 & 6 kr in 1861. Sold 11,000 SF in 1992. Mi10a & 11b

Unused[edit]

30 Nov 1862
Black
Sep 1862
Blue
06 Oct 1862
Brown

Used[edit]

1 kr black used 5 rings Mi13a
1 kr silver-grey, sold 11,500 SF in 1977. Mi13b
1 kr silver-grey, sold 5,800 DM in 1979. Mi13b
6 kr bue, used 5 rings Mi14
9 kr reddish-brown, used 5 rings Mi15a
1&3 Kr (Mi13a&18), linear at SÄCKINGEN. Sold 1,250 DM in 1979.
6&3 Kr (Mi14&10b), rings 79 of LAHR in 1863. Sold 4,600 SF in 1994.
Two 9 Kr reddish-brown (Mi15a), rings 57 of HEIDELBERG in 1863, to Smyrne (Turkey). Sold 3,800 SF in 2000.
9 Kr frame CARLSRUHE frame in 1864. Note the French red transit and P.D. postmarks.
5 stamps (with two 9 kr) from KEHL to Constantinopel in 1865. Sold 12,000 SF in 2000.