Catalogue Europe 1840-1900.
The Ist edition, 688 colour pages.
The catalogue contains the information about the first stamps of 33 European countries during the period since 1840 till 1900 when postage stamps only started to come out and became current, and its collecting was not popular yet.
- Therefore, the Schwaneberger (MICHEL) publisher determined to bring the collections of classical philately from 33 European countries including Germany from 1840 to 1900 in a separate catalog "Classic" collectively and to a much expanded form.
- The goal is in the process of further information on the framework of the existing Europe-MICHEL-catalogs also present, so that the classical almost the standard catalog of specialty catalogs reached.
- One focus is ratings for units (couples, three strips, four blocks) and to ask for brands and varieties, and indicated Special features to capture.
- The displayed period do not end abruptly with 1900, it is fluent, if the turning to the 20th Century shift in the regency or the currency showed.
- Quite deliberately is also the territory of the German post offices abroad (Baden, Bayern, Bergedorf, Braunschweig, Bremen, Hamburg, Hannover, Helgoland, Lubeck, Mecklenburg-Schwerin, Mecklenburg-Strelitz, Oldenburg, Preussen, Sachsen, Schleswig- Holstein und Lauenburg, Thurm und Taxis, Wurttemberg, Norddeutscher Bund - Deutsches Reich, Norddeutscher Postbezirk, Deutsches Reich) and complete colonies, since a temporal break here makes little sense.
- More than 2 800 high-resolution colour images and over 75 000 quotations.
- In the creation of the catalog attended international philatelic experts.
Belgium, Bulgaria, Denmark, Germany, Finland, France, Gibraltar, Greece, Great Britain, Ionian Islands, Iceland, Italy, Luxembourg, Malta, Monaco, Montenegro, Netherlands, Norway, Austria, Eastern Rumelia, Poland, Portugal, Romania, Russia , Samos, San Marino, Sweden, Switzerland, Serbia, Spain, Turkey, Hungary, Cyprus
about 2800 colour illustrations
about 75 000 price quotations
Klassik-Katalog Europa 1840 bis 1900 - in Farbe
Schwaneberger Verlag GmbH
waga: 2.00 kg