Austria Netto Katalog (ANK) – Stamps four-country catalog 2020
All stamps from Austria, Germany with regions, Switzerland and Liechtenstein are recorded, assessed and shown in color. Following Austria, UN Vienna is cataloged, including the white cards, envelopes and postcards.
From 1850 onwards, all Austrian stamps were recorded, assessed and depicted in color. Other sections of the Austria section include the annual compilations, vending machine stamps, postage due stamps, newspaper stamps, DDSG, telegraph stamps, court delivery stamps, sales stamps, field mail, Lombardy Veneto, Levante, Crete, Bosnia-Herzegovina, postal stationery with value impression, aerograms, ÖTP- Exhibition cards and the Christmas post office Christkindl. Personalized brands as well as brand editions 1, 8 and 20 are recorded in list form and new releases are continued annually. Austrian Post’s “dispenser brands” are also cataloged.
Germany is divided into the following sections: Old German States, German Empire, Ostmark, Allied Occupation, Federal Republic of Germany, Berlin, French Zone with Baden, Rhineland-Palatinate and Württemberg, Soviet Zone, GDR, Danzig, Allenstein, Marienwerder, Memelgebiet, Upper Silesia, Schleswig , Saar and Saarland, Bohemia and Moravia, General Government, East and Ukraine as well as service stamps and machine brands.
Switzerland includes international editions, vending machine stamps, franking slips, cantonal stamps, transitional stamps, postage and official stamps, postage-free stamps and telegraph stamps.
In addition to the general expenses for Liechtenstein, Liechtenstein also includes the expenses of the Austrian and Swiss postal administration, vending machine stamps, messenger mail, Vaduz-Sevelen messenger mail, official stamps, franking notes, Fürstlich Liechtensteinische Post and postage due stamps. The personalized stamps of the Liechtenstein Post “dieMarke.li” are also listed.
1024 pages; Edition: 74; ISBN-13: 978-3902662549; A5 format