Seeking German Postmarks Catalog?

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Seeking German Postmarks Catalog?

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Hello everyone,

Does anyone know of a catalogue of the postmarks of Germany? Specifically looking for the Reich era (1933-1945) and the postwar occupations; specifically I'm looking to see if anyone has reference material for pictorial cancellations/postmarks of these eras. I'm less interested in pricing/valuation right now, more in having a reference volume to compare acquisitions to as part of academic research. Thanks in advance!
--Zach

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Re: Seeking German Postmarks Catalog?

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Have a look here:

http://www.poststempelgilde.de/index.html

Go to the point "Schriftenreihe".
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Re: Seeking German Postmarks Catalog?

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asmodeus wrote:
20 May 2021 16:33
Have a look here:

http://www.poststempelgilde.de/index.html

Go to the point "Schriftenreihe".
Thank you very much, @asmodeus! I appreciate the resource!
--Zach

Collecting Interests: Benelux, Germany, Sarawak, KGV Silver Jubilee, Australia, Newfoundland

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