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Leibniz, Gottfried Wilhelm 1646-1716 (30)


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Catawiki number: 326367
Category: Postage Stamps
Catawiki stamp number: BRD 184-0
Leibniz, Gottfried Wilhelm 1646-1716
Face value: 30
Country / area: Germany, Federal Republic [DEU]Icon-information
Year: 1966
Month: 08
Day: 24
Collection: 1966 Leibniz, Gottfried Wilhelm 1646-1716 (BRD 184)
Stamp number in collection:  
Basic colour: Multi-coloured
Exact colour:  
Usage: Definitives
Type: Set, Stamp
Theme: Celebrities, Philosophers
Geographical themes:  
Person themes: Leibniz, Gottfried Wilhelm (1646-1716)
Stamp subject:  
Michel number: 518
Yvert number: 375
Scott number: 962
Stanley Gibbons number: 1423
Designer/Engraver: Blase, Karl Oskar (1925)
Printing office:  
Perforation: Comb perforation 13¾ : 14
Watermark: Without watermark
Luminescence: Fluorescent
Printing technique: Offset, Steel gravure
Print run: 30.000.000
Dimensions / diameter:  
Submission date: 18-02-2009 06:58:42
Submitted by: Collect-A-ROM
Last updated on: 17-07-2016 20:39:35
Last updated by: briefmarke
Catawiki Catalogue value
Mint condition/unmounted (**): € 0.20
Unused (*):
Used/cancelled (o): € 0.20
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