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1942 General government Michel P 9 celebrates “Mozart Day” in Krakau
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Michel P 9 Issued October 1940; valid until the termination of German occupation.
The Gefalligkeitsstempel (favor cancellation) celebrates “Mozart Day” in Krakau during the Mozart Festival, 8-14 December 1941. It depicts Mozart’s pianoforte encircled by a wreath with a ribbon. It was only used in Krakau.
The imprinted stamp is from the first Cultural and Historical Architectures issue of 1940. It depicts the Church Po-Wizytkowski. “IX.40.” in the lower left corner of the card is the date of printing. It is believed these cards were printed by the State Printing Works in Wien.
Type: Postal History, Postcard
Condition: Used
Period: 1940-1959
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1933-45 Third Reich Propaganda & Postal History

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1933-45 Third Reich Propaganda & Postal History. #16.
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