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Article 10: Germany Women Definitives: The 2.50 Marks, 3.50 Marks, and 4.00 Marks High Values

The high values in this group other than the Hensel 3.00 Marks are found on piece in kiloware at varying degrees of rarity. Over the course of two years, I selected 14,453 stamps from approximately 20 LBS of kiloware, and placed them on 20 scrapbooks. The rarity ratio for 250:300:350:400:450:500 is 65:1:19:28:13:11. Below is a piece with two singles of the 2.50 Marks, and a single 0.60 Marks. It is postmarked in East Germany, and is ambiguously illegible-meaning that there are several East German towns with similar spelling and postal code. Here are quick links to the main page for the Germany Women and Sites Definitives, this article, the Alte Leipziger correspondence, the detailed discussions of the Hensel 3.00 Marks value on piece, the 4.50 Marks, the 5.00 Marks, and a combined page for the 2.50 Marks, 3.50 Marks, and 4.00 Marks.
Below is a piece with three singles of the 2.50 Marks, postmarked Hamburg 706 (2000).
Below is a piece with a vertical strip of four of the 2.50 Marks, postmarked Wiesbaden (6200).
Below is a piece with a vertical pair of the 3.50 Marks, postmarked in East Germany.
Below is a piece with two singles of the 3.50 Marks and one of the Painting commemoratives, postmarked in East Germany.
Below is a piece with three singles of the 3.50 Marks. The postmark is West German, likely 4-digit, and illegible.
Below is a piece with a single 4.00 Marks and Sites definitives: a vertical pair of the 0.60 Mark, and a single 1.00 Mark. The postmark is West German, likely 4-digit, and illegible.
Below is a piece with a single 4.00 Marks and an irregular block of three of the 0.30 Mark. It was postmarked in East Germany, in (illegible)nenbergsthal (9656).
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