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The 1924 Eagle in Wreath issue, part 2

On August 11th we inaugurated presentation of the 8-screen exhibition prepared by Dr Ed Andrews, President of the POLONUS Polish Philatelic Society, entitled “The 1924 Eagle in the Wreath issue”. Today we would like to invite you to have a look on the first update of this very interesting and ispiring presentation. We show this time next 21 cards. This is the first presentation based on material we got from foreign philatelist. We thing that it is not the last such case.


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The Gallery of Polish Philatelic Jewels – inauguration

The 100th anniversary of Poland's independence in November 1918 is an opportunity to present Poland's most valuable philatelic items which have been preserved since the times of the last Polish kings, through the period of the Duchy of Warsaw, the Kingdom of Poland, the restless times of

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The 1924 Eagle in Wreath issue, part 1

After regaining independence in 1918, the territory of the Second Republic of Poland initially consisted of four currencies: the German mark, the Austrian crown, the tsarist rouble and the Polish mark. In January 1920, the Sejm of the Republic of Poland established the Polish Mark as the only currency of the Polish state. The Polish mark (MKP) was a monetary unit in force since 9 December 1916 in the areas of the Kingdom of Poland occupied by the German Empire.

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The Gallery of Polish Philatelic Jewels – call for participation

The 100th anniversary of regaining Polish Independence is an excellent opportunity to create the Gallery of Polish Philatelic Jewels, which would cover the period slightly longer than last two centuries and particularly the first period of experiencing freedom from partition.

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Stamps printed on joint rolls of paper

An interesting way to enrich your specialized stamp collection is stamps printed on a joint paper. Technological process of printing stamps using rotary printing press requires that the longest possible continuity of printing be kept. Stopping stamp printing machine in order to insert a new roll of paper is a lengthy process and requires manual reset of printing parameters. Thus, while printing stamps in spiral machines, rolls of paper are glued together.


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