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(stamp for military use)
1 Kr blue 1 Kr blue (for military use in Croatia, very rare) 2 Kr brown 2 Kr brown
I've been told that the next stamp is a forgery, I have no further information:
(2 f) orange (10 f) blue (1920) (20 f) lilac (1922)
5 k blue 10 k blue 20 k blue 25 k blue 40 k blue 50 k blue Larger size, figures
1 F black 2 F black on yellow
A postal stationary form with a 5 k design imprinted on it similar to the telegraph stamps, reduced size; inscription 'Felado-veveny az alabbirt surgonyrol.'
Inscription 'MAGYAR KIR POSTA' 2 f olive and red Inscription 'MAGYAR KIR POSTA', overprinted 'KOZTARSASAG' (='republic') (1918) 2 f olive and red Inscription 'MAGYAR POSTA', without crown
2 f olive and red
10 f lilac
1 f green and black 2 f green and black 5 f green and black 6 f green and black 10 f green and black 12 f green and black 50 f green and black 100 f green and black Surcharged '20' on 100 f green and black (1915) Overprinted 'Koztarsasag' (1919) 50 f green and black
1 f green and red 2 f green and red 5 f green and red 6 f green and red 10 f green and red 12 f green and red 15 f green and red (1918) 20 f green and red 30 f green and red (1918) 40 f green and red (1920) 50 f green and red (1920) 120 f green and red (1920) 200 f green and red (1920) Overprinted 'Koztarsasag' (1919) 2 f green and red 3 f green and red 10 f green and red 20 f green and red 40 f green and red 50 f green and red
2 f green and black 3 f green and black 10 f green and black 20 f green and black 40 f green and black 50 f green and black
Similar stamps with inscription 'HIVATILOS' are official stamps issued first in 1921, example:
Stamps issued in the Rumanian occupation part of Temesvar (1919):
Stamp issued for the Serbian occupation of Hungary in 1919, example:
These stamps also exist without the overprint 'Segely-belyeg' and in other designs.
Hotel post stamp of 6 heler of the Bistra local courier between Szaszsebes and Bistra Colony in Transylvania, issued in 1907 in about 5.000 copies:
(Cut from an envelope issued in 1887, inscription 'MAGYAR KIRALYI POSTA')
(Two cuts from postcards 'MAGYAR KIR. POSTA', 3 k green and 5 k red, issued in 1887)
I have also seen the above postcard with straight inscription 'MAGYAR KIR. POSTA' instead of the curved 'Magy. kir posta' inscription.
What is this? Inscription 'EGY KRAJCZAR 1 kr.' in a circle with arms below: