Danzig Nine More Yards from Michel Nr. 122.
Continuing out study of the Danzig stamps from the World Wars, we pich up with Michel 123, wich was part of the regualer series from 21st. November 1922 thru September 1923. Consisting a small coat of arms in an octogal shape, a large coat of arms, and a small oval with the usual coat of arms in reserve.
Designer; Petersen - Typography; Sauer.
Nine More Yards from Mi. 122...
Continuing our study of the Danzig stamps from between the World Wars, we pick up with Mi. 123, which was part of the regular series from 21st November, 1922 thru September, 1923. Consisting of a small coat of arms in an octagonal shape, a large coat of arms, and a small oval with the usual coat of arms in reverse.
Designer: Petersen; Typography: Sauer
Light (green) grey burelage. 10 x 10 spacing thin translucent paper, X, 3X, Y, and 3Y
wmks., perforation K 14
123Y 4M blackish-ultramarine [16.12.1922]
124 5M black-opal-green [Jan. 1923] wmk. X & Y
125 10M reddish-orange [Jan. 1923] " "
126 20M dark brown-orange [Jan. 1923] " "
127 50M bright red/medium greenish-blue [21.11.1922] " "
128 100M bright red/black-olive-green [14.12.1922] 129 " "
129 150M bright red/blackish-purple-violet [23.1.1923] " "
Bottom right corner of a Michel 130 sheet, with details of plate flaws, listed as: 130 F, Without burelage; 130, II Rt. lion with 'ermine'- [Pos.42]; 130 III, Left lion with frill & dot under T in "Danzig" [Pos 86]; 130 IV, Left Hon with paw extended, [Pos. 90]; 130 V, wedge above the '3' in denomination '300', tear in center of lower ornament, [Pos. 100]; 130 U, Imperforate. Buchholz / Sauer, Designer / Printer
Danzig Report 140, 2008, Page 11.
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