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Säntis 2'502 m
Säntis on Swiss postage stamps
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.

 

1939, Inf. Rgt. 34.

 

1940, Fest. Art. Kp. 12
The Churfirsten Range (foreground) and Mt. Säntis.

 

1941, Füs. Bat. 74
The soldier stamp is existing overprinted "Schweizer Spende 1945".

The soldier stamp depicts the Mount Säntis.
As far as i know, in the foreground is depicted the Grynau Castle at the Linth River between the villages Uznach and Tuggen. But from this point of view, the Mount Säntis is not visible.

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