Essen is a large city (569,884 inhabitants end 2013) in the central part of the Ruhr area in North Rhine-Westphalia, located on the River Ruhr. Historically, a Kreis in the Rhineland province of Prussia. Currently divided in 9 districts, with boroughs incorporated in the 1901-1975 period.
- 1 Postmarks in Germany
- 1.1 Meter cancels
- 1.2 Unified Germany Postmarks
- 1.3 Allied Occupied Germany
- 1.4 Postmarks in German Empire
- 1.5 Postmarks in North German Confederation
- 1.6 Postmarks in Prussia Rhineland province
Postmarks in Germany
Unified Germany Postmarks
Postal Code 45127
Postal Code 45329
Postal Code 4300
Allied Occupied Germany
Serienstempel, Maschinenstempel mit Werbeeinsatz
Postmarks in German Empire
Bergeborbeck is a northern borough of the city, with a population of around 4,400. It was incorporated in 1915.
Incorporated in 1929.
Incorporated in 1929, now in Essen VII.
Postmarks in North German Confederation
Postmarks in Prussia Rhineland province
Kreis ESSEN used a Postal code 396, District Düsseldorf. The BERGE-BORBECK post office used a code 157, Kreis Essen.