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Europe/Other : Poland?

 

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Pooh

09 Jun 2019
07:36:25pm
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Could someone please give me some information about these 2 stamps please
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Calstamp

09 Jun 2019
08:34:19pm
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Both Hungary.

Scott B54.

Scott 600.

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Calstamp

09 Jun 2019
09:51:51pm
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Subsequent to my response it occurred to me that your query may not simply be, tell me the catalogue numbers for these stamps. But rather, tell me the “story” behind these stamps.

Scott 600: Commemorates the “death of Stephen Horthy (1904 - 1942), son of Regent Nicholas Horthy, who died in a plane crash.” (Scott Postage Stamp Catalogue)

Scott B54: SemiPostal (fundraising) stamp. From 1916 - 1917. (The Great War. Made all the papers.)


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Pooh

09 Jun 2019
11:26:13pm
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Thankyou as I had no idea what the name of the stamps were, what you have told me has been a big help

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10 Jun 2019
08:12:49am
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to continue the additional information,

Magyars are one of seven major tribes making up the bulk of the original peoples of a land that eventually encompassed a huge swath of Europe; their name came to be the country's.

Horthy, the regent, aimed to navigate a neutral Hungary during the Second World War; he failed, of course, but he was aligned with Germany out of convenience, not ideology.

The two stamps showcase Hungarian participation in the two world wars. They didn't fare well in either one.

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Pooh

09 Jun 2019
07:36:25pm

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Could someone please give me some information about these 2 stamps please

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Calstamp

09 Jun 2019
08:34:19pm

re: Poland?


Both Hungary.

Scott B54.

Scott 600.

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Calstamp

09 Jun 2019
09:51:51pm

re: Poland?


Subsequent to my response it occurred to me that your query may not simply be, tell me the catalogue numbers for these stamps. But rather, tell me the “story” behind these stamps.

Scott 600: Commemorates the “death of Stephen Horthy (1904 - 1942), son of Regent Nicholas Horthy, who died in a plane crash.” (Scott Postage Stamp Catalogue)

Scott B54: SemiPostal (fundraising) stamp. From 1916 - 1917. (The Great War. Made all the papers.)


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Pooh

09 Jun 2019
11:26:13pm

re: Poland?

Thankyou as I had no idea what the name of the stamps were, what you have told me has been a big help

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Lochanbar Station
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amsd

Editor, Seal News; contributor, JuicyHeads
10 Jun 2019
08:12:49am

re: Poland?

to continue the additional information,

Magyars are one of seven major tribes making up the bulk of the original peoples of a land that eventually encompassed a huge swath of Europe; their name came to be the country's.

Horthy, the regent, aimed to navigate a neutral Hungary during the Second World War; he failed, of course, but he was aligned with Germany out of convenience, not ideology.

The two stamps showcase Hungarian participation in the two world wars. They didn't fare well in either one.

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"Save the USPS, buy stamps; save the hobby, use commemoratives"

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