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1938 the Anschluss plebiscite, depicts a combined Germany and Austria
Lot 1714
Michel P 267 was printed by Brend’amour, Simbart, and Company of Miinchen. Professor Puchinger of Austria designed the imprinted stamp.
The total cost of the card was 15 Reichspfennig.

The gold relief map on Michel P 267, the official postal card for the Anschluss plebiscite, depicts a combined Germany and Austria. It was designed by Richard Klein. The inscription “One People, One Empire, One Leader” was first used on the 5 Mark stamp of 1900, which originally read “One People, One Empire, One God. ”
The card was intended to be issued for the 13 March 1938 plebiscite proposed by Austrian Chancellor Schuschnigg. Austria, however, was annexed by Germany on 11 March. Regardless of the date printed on the card, it was nevertheless issued on 8 April for the post-annexation plebiscite scheduled for 10 April.
Type: Postal card, Postal History
Condition: Used
Period: 1920-1939
Topic: Famous people
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