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Stockhorn 2'190 m
Stockhorn, any postage stamps existing
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.

The Stockhorn is the highest mountain of the about 13 kilometres long Stockhorn Range (Bernese Alps). The range is located in the south of the city Thun and seperates the valleys of Simmental from the Stockental.

Its summit is connected by a cable car from the village Erlenbach in the Simmental valley.

 

Ter. Bat. 174
The image shows the Thun castle and the Mt. Stockhorn.

It is existing with additional overprintings (top/left):
Ter. Füs. Kp. I/174
Ter. Füs. Kp. II/174
Ter. Füs. Kp. III/174
Ter. Füs. Kp. IV/174

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