On 10 July 1943, authorities in Bohemia and Moravia began issuing this stamp for use on packages sent to the Theresienstadt concentration camp.
This stamp was issued on 1 December 1939. Its use was limited to those situations where personal delivery was required, and postage was due upon receipt.
The Protectorate began issuing this series of postage due stamps on 1 December 1939. The stamps feature the numerical values over a floral design in the shape of a heart.
This series was issued on 15 February 1943 to replace the earlier Numeral Issue official stamps.
This series was issued on 1 January 1941 for use on official government correspondence.
This stamp was issued on 1 February 1945. It’s similar in design to the 1942 Hitler Issues, but with the inscription changed to “Großdeutsches Reich”.