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Lavaux on Swiss postage stampsSpecimen Swiss Post Printing Works
Swiss Soldier stamps
Platzhalter
Swiss soldier stamps weren’t actually postage stamps, they were created for the Swiss soldiers who were activated to full duty to protect Switzerland’s borders during WWI and WWII.

They are classified as charity stamps.
Swiss soldier stamps weren’t actually postage stamps, they were created for the Swiss soldiers who were activated to full duty to protect Switzerland’s borders during WWI and WWII.

They are classified as charity stamps.
Swiss soldier stamps weren’t actually postage stamps, they were created for the Swiss soldiers who were activated to full duty to protect Switzerland’s borders during WWI and WWII.
They are classified as charity stamps.

1940, Bat. Ter. 126 
La Tour de Marsons in the foreground. 
The tower of Marsens is situated near the village of Epesses in the vineyard of the Lavaux.
It was built during the 13th century, probably from the bishop of Lausanne. 

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