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Second Berlin Issue March 20, 1919

Mi 30 Mi 31 Mi 32 Mi 33 Mi 34

Mi 35 Mi 36

Mi 37 Mi 38 Mi 39

Mi No. Denom. Color Perforation Wm. MNH U Sc No.
30 10 sk. Dull carmine 11¼; 11¼x12 1 H 1.50 0.50 30
31 15 sk. Violet 11¼; 11¼x12 1 H 1.50 0.50 31
32 20 sk. Dark blue 11¼; 11¼x12 1 H 1.50 0.50 32
33 30 sk. Orange 14 1 H 1.50 0.50 33
34 40 sk. Reddish brown 11¼; 14 1 H 1.50 0.50 34
35 50 sk. Greenish blue 11¼; 11¼x12 1 V 1.50 0.50 35
36 75 sk. Yellow/Carmine 12x11¼ 1 V 1.50 0.50 36
37 1 auks. Gray/Carmine 11¼x12 1 H 3 0.50 37
38 3 auks. Brown/Carmine 11¼x12 1 H 3 0.50 38
39 5 auks. Blue green/Carmine 11¼x12 1 H 3 0.50 39
22 6

Data
Print house: H. S. Herman Printing Co. of Berlin, Germany
Printing: Lithographic process from two plates
Sheet: 100 (10x10)
Paper: Thick gray paper with fibers showing, with gum
Watermarks Horizontal petals up or down (Wm. 1 HU or 1 HD; Mi 30-34 and 37-39), vertical petals to left or to right (Wm. 1 VL or 1 VR; Mi 35 and 36)
Perforation: 11¼; 11¼x12, 12x11¼, 14
Notes: The stamps Mi 30-60 were delivered on March 20, 1919. The remainder later. The officially quantity for each value is 100 000. Due to the poor supervision of the Lithuanian Government's representative at the printing house many more appered on the market, especially after World War II (like imperforated, errors and varieties).

Essays
Imperforated. White paper without watermarks. Ungumed.

Nr. Nominalas Spalva
P 33 30 sk. Carmine
P 35 50 sk. Carmine/Black
P 36 75 sk. Rose/Black
P 36 A 75 sk. Green/Black
P 36 B 75 sk. Yellow/Black
P 37 1 auks. Rose/Black
P 37 A 1 auks. Green/Black
P 37 B 1 auks. Blue/Black
P 37 C 1 auks. Yellow/Black
P 38 3 auks. Rose/Black
P 38 A 3 auks. Blue/Black
P 38 B 3 auks. Yellow/Black
P 38 C 3 auks. Green/Black
P 39 5 auks. Rose/Black
P 39 A 5 auks. Yellow/Black

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