Liechtenstein stamps

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#690

Scott: #690O

Issued: 8.9.1980

50th Anniversary, Postal Museum

#94 Inside #690: Liechtenstein #94O


#762-5

Scott: #762-5O

Issued: 6.6.1983

World Communications Year

Inside #764: Pseudo Stamp


Labour

Scott: #798O

Issued: 10.9.1984

Posts & Communication Industry Recognition

New constitution Inside #798: Liechtenstein #490O

Thanks to Prof. Plinio Richelmi


#864

Scott: #864O

Issued: 9.6.1987

75th Anniversary, Liechtenstein Stamps

#1 Inside #864: Liechtenstein Type A1O (B)

(Pic of #1)

#1 Inside #864 sheetlet (in top margin):  Liechtenstein #1O


#926

Scott: #926O

Issued: 5.3.1990

150th Anniversary, Penny Black

GB #1 te Inside #926: G.B. #1


#969

Scott: #969O

Issued: 2.9.1992

LIBA '92

#967-8

Inside #969: Liechtenstein #967-8O


Scott: #1237-8O

Issued: 8.8.2002

90th Anniversary, Stamps of Liechtenstein

Inside #1237:

#B9

#156

Liechtenstein #B9O

Liechtenstein #156O

#241

#302

#425

Liechtenstein #241O

Liechtenstein #302O

Liechtenstein #425O

#669

#959

Liechtenstein #669O

Liechtenstein #871O

Liechtenstein #959O

2000

Liechtenstein #1055O

Liechtenstein #1119O

Liechtenstein #1191O

 

Inside #1238:

#3

#159

#93

Liechtenstein #3O

Liechtenstein #44O

Liechtenstein #159O

Liechtenstein #93O

 

#307

#187

 

Liechtenstein #307O

Liechtenstein #187O

#557a

#424

Liechtenstein #557O

Liechtenstein #424a-bO

#967-8

#1005

Liechtenstein #967-8O

Liechtenstein #1005O


#1320

#1321#1322

Scott: #1320-2O

Issued: 6.6.2005

75th Anniversary, Philatelic Museum

Inside #1320: Pseudo Stamp

Inside #1321:

 

 

#94

 

 

#96

 

 

#100

#131

Liechtenstein #94O

Liechtenstein #96O

Liechtenstein #100O

Liechtenstein #131O

 

 

#174

 

#175

#141

Liechtenstein #174O

Liechtenstein #175O

Liechtenstein #171O

#185

#186

#818

Liechtenstein #185O

Liechtenstein #186O

Liechtenstein #818O

 

#C7

#C8

Liechtenstein #C7O

Liechtenstein #C8O

#B18 ss

Liechtenstein #B18O

 

#359

#361

 

 

#356

Liechtenstein #359O

Liechtenstein #361O

Liechtenstein #356O

 

#650-1

#597

 

#570

Liechtenstein #650O

Liechtenstein #651O

Liechtenstein #597O

Liechtenstein #570O

 

2002b

2002a

#1257

2003b

2003

Liechtenstein #1235O

Liechtenstein #1236O

Liechtenstein #1254O

Liechtenstein #1257O

Liechtenstein #1258O

 

#1168

#1169

#1172

#1173

#1174

Liechtenstein #1168O

Liechtenstein #1169O

Liechtenstein #1172O

Liechtenstein #1173O

Liechtenstein #1174O

 

Inside #1322

#101

#C6

Liechtenstein #101O

Liechtenstein #C6O

Thanks to Lou Guadagno


2009A12009A22009A3

Scott: #????-?O

Issued: 2.3.2009

Our Postal Service

Inside #????: Pseudo Stamp on parcel

Thanks to G.B.


2009

Scott: #1450O

Issued: 7.9.2009

75 Years of the LPHV (Liechtensteiner Philatelisten Verband)

#115 Inside #1450: Liechtenstein #115O

75 Jahre LPHV - FDC

Thanks to Martin and Lou


Scott: #1638O

Issued: 02.03.2015

175th Anniversary of Postage Stamps

 Inside #1638: Liechtenstein #3O

Design components: vignette, top frame and inscriptions

Lou wrote: Instead of reproducing the Penny Black, the designer chose to show one of the first stamps of Liechtenstein issued in 1912, but reworked the original by changing the bottom inscription and the value tablets to note the anniversary and new value and currency. Ingeniously, the original components are in dark blue and the new portions in silver, so one can easily see the "old and the "new". On the scan, the bright silver is showing up as grey. I like this stamp.

Thanks to Lou Guadagno


UnlistedO

Issued: 13.05.2015

Europhilex London 2015 private stamp

 Inside Unlisted : G.B. #1 [M-H]

Lou wrote: I guess the Rapp Auction House in Switzerland felt that Liechtenstein should have issued a stamp showing the Penny Black for the 175th anniversary, so they ordered a private/personal stamp on a special cover as a souvenir to note their participation at the Europhilex London 2015 which reproduced the Gt Britain #1 scan with the M-H check letters seen on so many other issues. I emailed Rapp to ask if stamps as well as the cover was provided and to see if the could supply them, but received no answer, Obviously, a major auction house cannot be bothered with further involvement in what was, to them, just a souvenir for their customers at the exhibition.

Thanks to Lou Guadagno


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