Alvier is a sub range of the Appenzell Alps. Its highest peak is the Gamsberg at 2'385 m. Other major peaks are: Alvier 2'343 m, Gauschla 2'310 m, Sichelkamm 2'151 m and Margelchopf 2'163 m.
Zeppelin over the Rhine Valley (Schaan Ried).
The Alvier Range in the background.
The stamp was issued in the series "Zeppelin Airships over Liechtenstein".
The Alvier mountain range in the background, seen from the west, from Weesen at Lake Walen. In the foreground the Leistkamm of the Churfirsten range.
Liechtenstein 1972, Church of Bendern in Liechtenstein.
A view towards the Alvier Range, Augstenberg (left), Förenchopf and Höchst in the middle and Rossböden (right).
The stamp was issued in the miniaturesheet "LIBA 1972 Stamp Exhibition".
Liechtenstein 1997, Triesen.
A view towards south-west. The mountain in the foreground (right) is Gonzen (1'830 m) of the Alvier range.
The stamp was issued in the series "Definitives – Village views".
Liechtenstein 2013, "Switzerland-Liechtenstein Customs Treaty 1923-2013".
The two stamps are showing an areal view from above Bad Ragaz towards west and north.
The left stamp is showing a view towards the Walensee Valley with the mountain ranges of the Appenzell Alps, Mattstock-Speer, Churfirsten, Alvier and the Alpstein. In the middle the Rhine Valley with the Rhine River, which marks the Swiss-Liechtenstein borderline. The right stamp is showing a view towards the Rätikon summits of Lichtenstein. The mountains in distance belong to the Austrian Alps.
The stamp depicts the foot and cycle bridge over the Rhine River between the villages Buchs and Schaan.
Summits of the Alvier Range in the background.
The stamp was issued in the series " Bridges bring together".
Liechtenstein 2018, Hälos Nature Reserve.
Gauschla (2'310 m) and Alvier (2'343 m) of the Alvier Range in the background.