The Vosges mountain range extends across 180km from the German border near Wissembourg in the north to Belfort in the south. The mountain range is shared by three historic regions: Alsace to the east, Lorraine to the west, and Franche-Comté to the south. Its higest summit is le Grand Ballon 1'424 metres.
France 1991, Munster (Vallée de Munster).
The town of Munster is situated in the west of Colmar and within the Natural Regional Park of Ballon des Vosges.
France 2009, La quetsche – Alsace region.
The stamp (self–adhesive) was issued in the series "Flora of the Regions".
It seems that the stamp depicts the Grand Ballon.
France 2009, Grand Ballon.
The stamp was issued in the series "Portraits de Regions N° 9".
It does not depicts the Ballon d'Alsace (1'247 m), the stamp shows the Grand Ballon (1'424 m).
The stamp was issued in the series "Portraits de Régions IX".
It is existing as bloc de feuillet as well (please see below).
France 2009, bloc de feuillet.
France 2010, Grand Ballon, 1'424 m.
The stamp (self adhesive), was issued in the series Collector Timbré - Coup d´œil sur l´Alsace 2010.
France 2011, Ballon de Servance, 1195 m
The stamp (self adhesive) was issued in the series Collector Timbré - La France Comté 2011.
France 2011, Lac de la Lande
Lac de la Lande (48° 1'53.84"N 6°58'56.51"E) is one of several lakes in the Vosges mountains.
The stamp (self adhesive) was issued in the series Collector Timbré - Collector Facteurs Loraine 2011.
France 2013, Grand Ballon.
The stamp (self adhesive) was issued in the series "Collectors — Les Montagnes Françaises".