Dresden (DE)

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In 1927
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Dresden is the capital city (554.649 inhabitants end 2018) of the Free State of Saxony in Germany, situated in a valley on the River Elbe, close to the Czech border. Population was 530,754 in 2013.

Postmarks in reunified-Germany

Postal codes 01067–01328, 01465.

Meter cancels (all periods)

Meter cancel Dresden-A1. 1933.
Meter cancel Dresden-Altst. 1934.
Meter cancel Dresden-A58. 1958.
Meter cancel Dresden-806. 1967.
Meter cancel Dresden-12. 1998.
Meter cancel Dresden-1. 2004.
Meter cancel Dresden-38. 2009.
Meter cancel Dresden. 2012.
Ludwig Güttler, saxophones, trumpets, brass-ensemble 9 Dec 2004

Private Postal Service

48th International Dixieland Festival Dresden 7 May 2018
post MODERN domestic mail
49th International Dixieland Festival Dresden 22 May 2019
post MODERN domestic mail
Swinging Christmas Kulturpalast Dresden 5 Dec 2019
post MODERN, Dresden 13 Nov 2019

Postmarks in the German Democratic Republic

Stamps with Dresden postmarks

Michel No. 495, postmarked at "Dresden" (Saxony), 19-11-1955
Michel No. 2306, Postmarked at "8027 Dresden", 09-05-1978

Commemorative Postmarks

10th Dixieland Festival - Voice of the German Democratic Republic 14-18 May 1980, 18 May 1980

Covers, cards, and philatelic souvenirs

Souvenir card to "60 years of th first airmail transport Berlin-Dresden", postmarked at "8023 Dresden 23", 21-02-1981
Michel No. 2775, postmarked at "8029 Dresden 29", 04-06-1983
Souvenir Card to the exhibition to "150 years of German railways in Dresden, postmarked with "8028 Dresden 28", 21-11-1985

Postmarks in the Allied Occupation Zone

1947 (10d)DRESDEN A24 commemorative cancel on postal card
Business cover, postmarked at "Dresden A36", 24-03-1949
1949

Postmarks in German Empire

Ideally sorted by year of postmark.

Circle DRESDEN - ALTST.1. in 1878
Circle DRESDEN - ALTST. 9 in 1883
Michel No. 44IIa, certified by Anke, postmarked at "Dresden-Altstadt", 26-05-1888
Bridge DRESDEN - ALTST.16 in 1902
Bridge DRESDEN - ALTST.18 on a 1902 issue
Michel No. 89Ix, empty bridge at "Dresden - Altstadt 24", 17-08-1920
Michel No. 192, bridge at "Dresden 15", 14-10-1922
Michel No. 268a from 03-1923, circle at "Cossmannsdorf" (Dresden, Saxony), 24-04-1923
Bridge DRESDEN - ALTST. 21 in 1927
Michel No. 549; postmarked at "Dresden N", 03-03-1934
Michel No. 617, postmarked in "Dresden" 1936
DC at DRESDEN A.. on 4-8-36. Mi517
Michel No. 527, postmarked at "Dresden", 11-1936
Michel No. 651, postmarked at "Dresden", 23-06-1938
DRESDEN A24 & ?

Burroughs and quarters of Dresden

Laubegast

The LAUBEGAST post office opened in 1857. It used a code 190, District of Dresden, province of Dresden. It is now a part of Dresden.

Postal code 01279

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Bridge DRESDEN LAUBEGAST on 4-9-23.

Tolkewitz

Bridge at TOLKEWITZ in 1908, part of Dresden since 1912.

Covers and cards

Postcard from Coonoor India via Brindisi Italy to Dresden with a DRESDEN * BLASEWITZ b Receiving Cancel1901

Postmarks in North German Confederation

Since 1 January 1868.

DC in Nov 1868.
Frame DRESDEN (I to VIII) in March 1869.
DC in Apr 1871, hour XI.

Laubegast

Grid 190, NDP 15, 17

Postmarks in the Kingdom of Saxony

Postmarks are known since 1550. Postal code 1.

DC in 1851 with hour. Sold 35,000 SF in 1998.
Frame on 30 VII 66.

Covers and cards

August 1867 cover with 5 Ngr to Turkey. DC Month in letters. Sold 1,600 SF in 2000.
February 1866 cover with 6 Pfg + 4 Ngr to Italy. DC with Roman II. Sold 950 SF in 2000.
Circular DRESDEN cancel 10.11.1864 accompanying a "PaketT.H.530" and Registration Label
backside receiving postmark 2.Ausgabe 11 / XI