Mannheim is a city (305,780 inhabitants end 2015) in the southwestern part of Germany, the third-largest in the German state of Baden-Württemberg after Stuttgart and Karlsruhe. It is divided in 17 Urban Districts: Innenstadt/Jungbusch, Lindenhof, Neckarstadt-Ost, Neckarstadt-West, Neuostheim/Neuhermsheim, Schwetzingerstadt/Oststadt and Feudenheim, Friedrichsfeld, Käfertal, Neckarau, Rheinau, Sandhofen, Seckenheim, Schönau, Vogelstang, Waldhof und Wallstadt. Historically in the Grand Duchy of Baden, head of one province.
Postmarks in Germany
Meter cancels All Periods
Federal Republic of Germany
Postmarks in Allied Occupied Germany
Postmarks in German Empire
After 31 December 1871.
Cards and covers
Postmarks of Grand Duchy of Baden
Linear postmarks MANNHEIM are known since 1793; V:MANNHEIM since 1776. Later code 87. Postablagen were opened at FEUDENHEIM, KÄFERTHAL, NECKARAU, SECKENHEIM and WALLSTADT.
Turned Covers are covers that are initially sent to one address and then returned using the same paper but turned inside-out and posted back or onwards to a location.
A post office (initally using code 174) opened on 11 March 1856.