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Liechtenstein 1921, Gutenberg Castle.
(perforated and imperforated)
The stamp was issued in the series "Definitives".

 

Liechtenstein 1930 Gutenberg Castle Balzers stamp

Liechtenstein 1930, Gutenberg Castle in Balzers.
(perforations: 10½ & 11½)
The stamp was issued in the series "Definitives".

 

Liechtenstein 1933 Landscapes stamp Gutenberg Castle

Liechtenstein 1933, Gutenberg Castle in Balzers.
The stamp was issued in the series "Landscapes".

 

Liechtenstein 1934 Gutenberg Castle Balzers stamp

Liechtenstein 1934, Gutenberg Castle in Balzers.
Existing overprinted "REGIERUNGSDIENSTSACHE" and crown.
The stamp was issued in the series "Definitives".

 

 

Liechtenstein 1937/1938, Gutenberg Castle.
The stamps were issued in the series "Definitives 1937-1938".
The stamp denomination 50 Rp. is existing overprinted "REGIERUNGSDIENSTSACHE" and crown.

 

Liechtenstein 1944, Balzers.
Balzers and Gutenberg Castle, a view towards south-west with the the Pizol massif (Switzerland).
The stamp was issued in the series "Definitives — Villages & Landscapes".

 

 

Liechtenstein 1959, Gutenberg Castle in Balzers.
A view towards the Mazorakopf (Falknishorn).
The stamp was issued in the series "Definitives 1959 – 1964".

 

Liechtenstein 1972, Balzers.
The stamp was issued in the series "Definitives Landscapes".

 

Football ground Rheinau, Balzers stamp issued Liechtenstein 1982 

Liechtenstein 1982, Football ground Rheinau, Balzers.
The stamp was issued in the series "1982 FIFA World Cup".

 

Liechtenstein 1985 stamp Missionshaus Gutenberg in Balzers

Liechtenstein 1985, Missions House Gutenberg in Balzers.
The stamp was issued in the series "Mission houses and monasteries".

 

Liechtenstein 2000 stamp Balzers

Liechtenstein 2000, Balzers.
A view from St. Peters Chapel.
Mittagspitz (left), Wörznerhorn/Guschner Gir (middle) and Falknishorn (right).
The stamp was issued in the series "Definitives - Village Views".

 

Liechtenstein 2001, Balzers (Höfle).
The stamp was issued in the series "Village Views".

 

Liechtenstein 2003, Balzers.
The stamp (printed by Frama vending machines) was issued in the series "The post office in the village".

 

Liechtenstein 2016, Liechtenstein without us.

The background of the artist's composition shows the real view from the village Balzers towards the Mittagshorn (left) and the Mazorakopf, also known as Falknishorn 2'451 m (right), the summit in the middle (behind the castle) is the Wörznerhorn 1'721 m, also known as Guschner Gir. In the foreground the Gutenberg castle (the castle lies on a hill in the municipality of Balzers). The three miniaturesheets (180x127 mm each) are printed together in one sheet, which is folded twice).

Liechtenstein 2017 Gutenberg  Castle stamp

Liechtenstein 2017 "Gutenberg Castle".

The image shows the Gutenberg castle with impressive mountain summits in the background. It is based on a distance view from the north-west. This perspective opens the view, through the narrow valley connecting Balzers in Liechtenstein via St. Luzisteig with Maienfeld in Switzerland. In the background there are the summits of the Plessur range (sub range of Rhaetian Alps), which are in a distance of over 20 kilometres in Switzerland.

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The stamp was issued in the series "Cept – Castles of Liechtenstein".

 

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