- German occupation and territories of years 1914-1933 There are 78 products.

During First World War (1914-18) Imperial Germany occupied Belgium, Poland, Romania and other areas of both-side fronts.
Germany (as Weimar Republic, 1918-1933) issued postage stamps for areas under its rule such as:
- plebiscite areas of Allenstein and Marienwerder (Polish: Olsztyn i Kwidzyn), Schleswig (Danish: Slesvig), and Upper Silesia (Polish: Górny Śląsk; Silesian: Gůrny Ślůnsk; German: Oberschlesien)
- Die Freie Stadt Danzig (Polish: Wolne Miasto Gdańsk; Kashubian: Gduńsk)
- Memel Territory (Lithuanian: Klaipėda, German: Memelland)
- the German territory of the Saar (German: Saarland, French: Sarre)

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Postage stamp names specify:

  • - country of issue
  • - number by the Michel Cataloge (in case of Polish stamps - by Fischer Cataloge)
  • - and a condition of a stamp:

** - Mint stamp with no sign of a stamp hinge: Unmounted Mint or Mint Never Hinged

* - Mint stamp with a sign of a stamp hinge: (Lightly) Mounted mint

[] - cancelled stamp - ʘ

() - stamp with no gum (glue)

L - one stamp out of a serie

Scans were made at dark background of stamp album to expose perforations of postage stamp. And therefore at a part of an image a foil may be visible.

Morawino Stamps

Philately and Numismatic Shop - Morawino Stamps

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ul. Górczewska 200a lok.usł.4

01-460 Warsaw


tel.: +48 602-55-66-55

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I lead purchase, sale, valuation and commission sale.


Shop for collectors exists since 2007. Postage stamps and accessories, letters, postcards and greeting cards, banknotes and coins.

On this website I present a small part of the stock. For questions about specific products and its delivery - please call or write. I will answer during opening hours of the shop.

  • - Each product presented on the website is the single and unique.
  • - One can collect an/and order in a shop, with no shipping costs.

I invite you to direct visit. For the youngest sets of post stamps at a promotional price.

Grzegorz Morawski