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Free City Danzig, Un-issued Values.

March 10, 1922/October 20. Coat of Arms of Danzig in large vertical format. Disigned by Max Buchholtz and printed by letterpress by Julius Sauer, Danzig in both vertical and horizontal honeycomb watermarked paper (Wz. 2). The 50 Mark values were printed with a gray rosette underprint and the 100 Mark values have a brownish-orange underprint. Perforations are serrate roulette 13 1/2.
The 50 Mark gold and red stamps were printed with a gold counting number in the margin opposite position 11.

- 50 Mark, Gold and red with gray rosette underprint on horizontale watermarked paper (Wz. 2Y). Gold counting number is printed in left margin next to position 11.
- 100 Mark, bronze-green/vermillion with brownish-orange rosette underprint and horizontal watermark (Wz. Y2).
- 50 Mark, gold/lilac red, horizontal watermark (Wz. 2Y).
- 50 Mark, Imperforate in gold with lilac-red center and frame, with gray underprint, horizontal watermarked (Wz. 2Y).
- 50 Mark, Imperforate in gold with lilac-red center and frame with gray underprint, vertical watermark (Wz. 2X).
- 100 Mark, Imperforate in bronze-green with vermillion center and frame, vertical watermarked (Wz. 2X).
- 100 Mark, Imperforate in bronze-green with vermillion center and frame with brownish-orange underprint, horizontal watermark (Wz. 2Y).


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