Bodenmais is a municipality (3,562 inhabitants end 2019) in the district of Regen in Lower Bavaria. It lies at one end of the Zeller Valley in the Bavarian Forest.
The tourist attractions at the Silberberg mountain include skiing tracks as well as an alpine skiing hill (about 1,050 m above sea level). There is also a mining museum, reminding of ages of ferro-oxide mining and vitriol production. Some shafts are still accessible. The village itself is known for its glass shops, the most notable being Joska Glasparadies.
It used stamps issued by the Bavaria (Bayern) State until 1920.
To be confirmed
German Empire era
Bavaria State era
Until 31 March 1920.
The BODENMAIS post office opened in 1856. It used numerals 601 and 52 (after 1862) within a mill wheel (Mühlrad).