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On this web site you will find information about Czech philately, especially presentations of Czech as well as foreign philatelic organizations, bibliography of Czech philatelic literature as well as some links to other interesting philatelic and non-philatelic web sites.

I will be happy, if you find information you need and when you provide me with information you would like to share with other readers !



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Special files ...

Gallery of current Czech stamps

Biliography of Czech Philatelic Bulletins

Interesting Philatelic Societies - Interessante ArGen



Czech Hologram Postal Cards

Interesting Non-Philatelic Links




Czechoslovak Stamp and Stationary Trade Center

Czechoslovak + Czech + Slovak + Austrian + US stamps

Postal stationary and Picture postcards

Topical stamps Postal history

Attention : special packages of stamps and souvenir sheet for






Exchange of Czech HOLOGRAM postal cards !!!

I exchange the Czech hologram postal cards for US cards and envelopes - more details you can find HERE .




Postal History of W W I

First world war was a real milestone in European history: it destroyed the old world of kings and emperors, it created new states (incl. Czechoslovakia) and caused disputes leading to WWII.  It is very interesting task to illustrate the historical event by philatelic material. You can visit new web site describing the war and accompanying the story and results of the war with philatelic material. 

We are pleased to display your philatelic material, too !

You can reach the web site at .



Articles on Polish philately and postal history

Published in the Syrena Journal of Polish Stamp Club in the Czech and Slovek Republics. 



 1968: a landmark of Czech history

Philatelic and historical documentation of 1968 in Czechoslovakia you find here


Theft of rare Czechoslovak gutters !!!

Raub der unikalen tschech. Zwischenstege !!!

More information read HERE

Mehr Information finden Sie HIER




Vaclav Havel and Philately

Former Czechoslovak and Czech President in view of philatelic material …

Click for the text .



Virtually Philatelic Exhibition EXPONET 

On the leading Czech philatelic web site


Do you need to identify a unknown stamp ?

Try Stamp Identifier !



European Union´s Enlargement

is probably the most important event in Europe after 1945 breaking the division of Europe into American and Soviet zones. The current one expected for May 2004 contains the CEE countries like Czech Republic, Slovakia, Hungary, Poland, Slovenien as well as former Soviet Union countries Estonia, Latvia and Lietuva.

The information about EU, current enlargement (aimed at CZ) as well as philatelic documentation of single EURO currency and Czech accession to EU can be found in

the special chapter.




© Brno 2005 - All rights reserved ; ® Copyright trade mark

Brno 2005 Stamp Exhibition

The main philatelic event of 2005 should be International Stamp Exhibition Brno 2005. Information about the action you can find at  official web site of the exhibition  .

For information about Brno City visit its web site




A methodological proposal ...

I would like to open a wide discussion about separation of Austrian stamp / stationery used in Oct. - Dec. 1918 on territories of German provinces in Czechoslovakia (see also WWI chapter) from group of forerunner stamps and creation of new category "Provincial Stamps" .

For full wording of the proposal please click here .

For background of the provincial stamps please refer to following text written by my friend Salvatore Rizza of USA .

Your contribution to the discussion is much welcome, all received opinions to be published on the web site !

You can contact me at e-mail



Philately for beginners

This section contains articles (in Czech language only) specially prepared for young or beginning collectors. Your comments  or questions are welcome. 

Rakouská emise 1908 / Austria Issue of 1908

Rakouská emise Znak 1916-1919 (I. díl) / Austrian Issue of 1916-1919 (I. part)

Rakouská emise Znak 1916-1919 (II. díl) / Austrian Issue of 1916-1919 (II. part)

Mladí filatelisté ve Znojmě / Young Collectors in Znojmo Town

Časopis Mladý sběratel / Young Collector Bulletin



Czechoslovak Philatelic Society of Great Britain


celebrates 50th anniversary of its re-establishing. One of the events accompanying the celebrations was the week-end congress held in September 2003 in Leeds.

Information about the congress you can find

In the following report .



Joint Stamp Issues – New Classification System


Chairman of International Club of Joint-Stamp Issues Collectors, Mr. Zimmermann of France, prepared new classification system for such philatelic material. Its English wording you can fin at



 Divided Czech-Slovak Issues of 1993


Division of Czechoslovakia has been done in postal operation area, too. One of the divided areas was plan of issues for 1993 and also division of individual stamp sets. Short information about division of individual stamp sets you can fine HERE .



The above stamp is part of US set of stamps issued in 1943 to celebrate occupied Nations during WWII (Scott no. 910)


First US - Czech joint-stamp issue ?

In 2004 we will celebrate the 100th anniversary of death of famous Czech composer Antonin Dvorak. We will agree for sure, that this anniversary requests a issue of commemorative stamp.

Because A. Dvorak has close relation to the USA (he worked in New York composing there his work "From the New World"), it is a goal of group of Czechoslovak stamps collectors from both USA and Czech Republic to help to born first US - Czech joint-stamp issue in 2004 .

Czechoslovakia issued his first joint-stamp issue in 1937 (together with Yugoslavia and Romania) symbolizing the preparedness of all three states to face the Nazi´s threat. This tradition has been renewed by Czech Postal Administration, which issued since 1993 many joint-stamp issues e.g. with Slovakia, Germany, Israel, Croatia, Sweden etc. .

This would be fantastic chance to issue first Czech - US stamp issue honoring Antonin Dvorak. Unfortunately will be not, because Czech as well as American Postal Administrations informed us, that bacause of lack of time they are not able to prepare issuance of the joint-stamp issue.

I would like to express my thanks to all supporters of our trying, especially to Antonin Dvorak Museum of Prague,

Mr. Hercik Jun., International Philatelic Society of Joint Stamp Issues Collectors and webmasters of and .

Thank you for your help !

Don´t hestitate to contact us with your questions or comments (

P.S. : However the above point-stamp issue has not been put through, both Czech Republic and USA celebrated Dvorak´s anniversary by issuing philatelic material: Czech Republic issued a commemorative stamp in May 2004 and Czech countrymen from the USA prepared a special cancel to this occasion :  


  Information about Czech countrymen of Spillville Town and Midwest you can find at . One of their activities is preservation of St. Wenceslaus Church, which is the oldest surviving Czech catholic church in America.



Czech Souvenir Sheet „Petr Ginz“

Initiative of famous Czech webmaster Bretislav Janik (owner of website led the Czech Postal Administration in 2005 to issuance of souvenir sheet commemorating a drawing of Petr Ginz (a young boy dieing in Auschwitz concentration camp in 1944). This drawing fascinated first Israeli astronaut Ilan Ramon so much, that he took it for his space mission . Ilan Ramon died during Columbia space shuttle crash on Feb. 1, 2003. The souvenir sheet symbolically commemorates this personality , too. 



Postal Operations in Future

An interview with author of the website in Czech newspaper Zlinske noviny on future destiny of postage stamps and postal operations you can find here .


Postal Museums from Whole Wold

Prague Postal Museum (small white building in left direction from the Tower) During The Flood In August 2002 - its service was renewed first in 2003.

More information about flood find here ...


Museums are points, where stamp collectors can see the rare and interesting philatelic material. It is very interesting to travel to foreign country and to see local philatelic museum, you can easily detect differences in stamp collecting between your home county and the visited one.

As example, my visit to Hungary in 2002 can be mentioned .

Postal Museum of Budapest - a report on visit

Stamp Museum of Budapest - a report on visit


Visit the worldwide philatelic museums virtually - here are their web sites !


 Czech Olympic Philately


Information about philatelic exhibition Olymphilex 2004 written by J. Petrasek, Czech National Commissioner  (in Czech language only).

Philatelic documentation of Salt Lake City 2002 Olympic Games – see  it HERE (in Czech language only).

  International Stamp Show Plock 2002 organized in Poland and about Czech - Polish competition held in its frame

Since 1968 a philatelic section Olympsport dealing with themes of sport and Olympic Games on philatelic material exists in the Czech Republic.

More information about the section you will find on its web site !

On the web site you will find auction of philatelic material relating to the Olympic Games.




Czech Personalizable Stamps Have Been Issued !

More information you find here ...




Czech Internet INFOPHILA Magazine

 You can find Czech  philatelic INFOPHILA magazine on the Internet for some  months. It is very successful project promoting Czech Philately . The visitors can find a lot of interesting material like catalogs, plans of issue, young collectors section etc. . This internet magazine is being published in various languages as follows :

Entrace to the INFOPHILA Journal (English version)

Eintritt zur INFOPHILA Bulletin (Deutsche Version)

Vstup na Infofilu (ceska verze)

Vstup na Infofilu (slovenska verze)



Good Soldier Svejk in Action !


WWI Chapter

The World War I (WWI) was not only the war deciding about defeat of Germany, Austro-Hungarian Empire, Turkey and Bulgaria, but the war also destroyed monarchies in Central Europe and enabled establishing of new states representing in majority Slavic population of former Austro-Hungarian Empire. By this way countries like Poland, Yugoslavia and Czechoslovakia were founded.

This chapter tries to search for origins of WWI, describes field post services as well as looks for its results and its impact of creation of Czechoslovakia. Special attention has been paid to philatelic literature to the theme .

Maps of Austro-Hungarian Monarchy

Origins of WWI (from 1880 – 1914, in Czech language only)

Documents from Austro-Hungarian Archives On WWI

Documents from Various Archives On WWI

Documents Describing the International Relation 1839 - 1928

Documents Relating to the WWI

Organization of Austro - Hungarian Army 1914 - 1918

Organization of German Army 1914 - 1918

Encyclopedia of British Army 1914 - 1918

WWI in Figures

History of WWI

Encyclopedia of WWI

History of Austro-Hungarian Monarchy During WWI

Photographs illustrating WWI

Western Front 1914-1918

Western Front  1914-1918

Eastern Front 1914-1916

Italian Front 1915-1918

War in the Adriatic Sea 1914 - 1918

Naval Forces During WWI

Austro-Hungarian and German Submarines in WWI

German Submarines In WWI

British Submarines In WWI - 1

British Submarines In WWI - 2

Assault On Austrian "Viribus Unitis" Ship

Aces of Austro-Hungarian Air Force of WWI

Czechoslovak pilots serving in Air Forces of Austro-Hungarian , French and Russian Legion during WWI

Baloon Aces of WWI

Hungarian Opinion On Trianon Peace Treaty (a Treaty signed among Allieds and Hungary in 1920) Notice: I personally totally diesagree with statements contained in the above document, but I feel it is right to show visitors of the web site opinion of opposite party, too.

Peace Treaties After WWI 1919 - 1920

Austrian Military Post Offices in Bosnia 1878 - 1918

Catalog of Military Stamps of Bosnia 1879 - 1918

British Forgeries of Austro-Hungarian Stamps Produced during WWI

Czechoslovaks, Wars and Field Post Offices 1878 - 1921

WWI, post-war development and Czechs

Austro-Hungarian Field Post 1914 - 1918

List of Austro-Hungarian Field Post Offices 1914-1918

Begin of Austro-Hungarian Field Post in August 1914 I.

Begin of Austro-Hungarian Field Post in August 1914 II.

Catalog of Postage Stamps of Austro-Hungarian Field Post 1915 -1918

Austro-Hungarian Military Censorship of Civil Correspondence during WWI

Index of Articles on Censorship published by Civil Censorship Study Group (UK)

Interesting Entires From WWI

WWI Propaganda Post Cards of All Countries

WWI Propaganda Post Cards of Germany

Post Cards Used by Czechoslovak Legionary Units During WWI

Austro-Hungarian Field Post at the End of WWI (October and November 1918)

German Provinces on Czechoslovak Territory : The German Bohemia

German Provinces on Czechoslovak Territory : The German Southern Moravia

Eastern Silesia 1918 - 1920

Catalog of Austro - Hungarian Navy 1914 - 1918

Catalog of Censorship in the Austro - Hungarian Empire 1914 - 1918

Field Post Section, CZ

Field Post and Censorship Society 1914 - 18, AT

Civil Censorship Study Group, Great Britain

  Forces Postal History Society, Great Britain





10 Hellers Hradcany Stamp Used on First Day of Issue of This First Czechoslovak Stamp - Dec. 18, 1918


Hradcany Chapter

Hradcany is name of the first Czechoslovak stamp set issued soon after establishment of the state in December 1918 and being valid in period 1918 - 1921.

The Hradcany stamps have been designed by famous Czech painter Alfons Mucha and have become the Czechoslovak classic stamps.


Typology of the Issue

The Nachod Discovery of Mr. Wilson of 2002

The Theft of Nachod Stamps

Books on Hradèany Stamps in English

The Early Usage of Hradcany Stamps in December 1918

Czechoslovak Typography Issues Section

Philatelic Club of Alfons Mucha




Big success of a Czech stamp in the world philately


American society COROS consisting of collectors of religion on stamps awarded this year a Czech souvenir sheet

"Beuron Art" issued by Czech Postal Administration in 1999 as the worldwide best stamp with religion theme.

Picture of one of the stamps you can see bellow :


The COROS Society was founded in 1943 as thematic philatelic society , which is integral part of World Union of St. Gabriel . The society regularly publishes a journal

"The COROS Chronicle" for its members .

More information about the COROS Society you can find on

its web site .



The Art Gallery On Czech Stamps

Have you visited all galleries with works of Czech / Czechoslovak artists ? Do you own all famous pictures painted by worldwide famous artists ? No ?

You can realize both above mentioned dreams in two steps :

  • the step no. I : Click here to visit the web site managed by Mr. Batz of Germany showing all the pictures
  • the step no. II. : Collect all Czechoslovak, Czech and Slovak stamps of the set "Art on Stamps" issued regularly every year since 1965 .

Not all dreams it is possible to realize so easily !



Engraver J. Hercik on the Web !

Thanks to care paid J. Hercik´s son we can visit a web site containing a lot of interesting information about the famous Czech engraver and with illustrations of his engraving works .





What Is Lady´s Opinion About Philately ?

Interesting contribution to the theme you can find on web site , where a young lady describes her experience from visiting a Prague stamp bourse.

The text exists unfortunately only in Czech language.



Polar Philately

Second expedition of Byrd to Antarctica (In Czech language only)

Mail Transported by U.S. Submarines Via North Pole

Czech Polar Philatelic Section




"Beer Spitfire" - Spitfire F Mk. IX serving in 1944 within 132 wing of RAF for beer transportation for units fighting at Normandy



WWII Chapter

The World War II (WWII) was in first line a war between different ideologies and political systems:

democratic (Liberal ideology) and totalitarian (National Socialistic and Communist ideologies).

Its origins were situated in the WWI, but the economic and political situation in the 30s made it different.

Its result was not only beating of group of states, but also division of world between Liberal and Communist countries and Cold War lasting from 40s to 80s.

The positive result of the WWII were attempts to create international system based on common values incorporated into United Nations, economic organizations like International Monetary Found or trying to create common European territory resulting with European Union.

WWII Documents

WWII Chronology

WWII Timeline

WWII Factbook

Documents relating to the WWII

Main Stages of WWII

Nazi´s Occupation of Austria 1938 (so called "Anschluss")

Czechoslovak Pavilion at New York World Fair 1939 + 1940

Czechoslovak Government in Exile and Aston Abbotts & Wingrave

Battle of Britain

List of German POW Camps

British Submarines

Submarine Basis in France

German Submarines - 1

German Submarines – 2

Italian Navy

Finnish Navy

WWII Ships

German Air Force

RAF Commands

RAF Veterans

List of Czechoslovak Pilots fighting in Battle of France (WWII)

Victories of Czechoslovak Pilots in Battle of France

List of Czechoslovak Pilots fighting in Battle of Britain (WWII)

Victories of Czechoslovak Pilots in Battle of Britain

Tanks of WWII

Vehicles of WWII

Czechoslovak Field Post 1938

Censorship Systems Working in Czech Lands 1938 - 1945

Index of Articles on Censorship published by Civil Censorship Study Group (UK)

Field Post of German Army During Sudetenland Occupation in October 1938 I

Field Post of German Army During Sudetenland Occupation in October 1938 II

Field Post of German Army During Protectorate Occupation 1939

Field Post of German Army Located on Czech Territory in period 1939 - 45

Field Post of Soviet Red Army in Czechoslovakia 1945

Field Post of Romanian Army in Czechoslovakia 1945

Field Post of U.S. Army in Czechoslovakia 1945 - 1946

Mysterious Coded Telegrams of U.S. Army from Czechoslovakia ?

British Field Post in Czechoslovakia 1945 - 1946

Field Post Section, CZ

Civil Censorship Study Group, Great Britain

  Forces Postal History Society, Great Britain



Postal History of Czech Republic


The visitors interested in postal history of Czech Republic have to visit the excellent web site prepared by Czech top postal historian Dr. Gebauer .

You will find e.g. lists of APOs from various periods of our history .

Click here to visit the postal history site of dr. Gebauer !




Philatelic Dictionaries

Do you need to find a philatelic word in English, German, French or Dutch language ? Click here and you will find it !

And do you search for a Czech philatelic dictionary ? Feel free to click here and you will reach a Czech - English - German - French - Spain - Hungarian Dictionary .

Do you know about existence of Slovak philatelic dictionary ? Click here and you can see a Slovak - English - German - French - Spain Dictionary .




Czech Philatelic Literature On-Line !

Do you want to see, what for new articles have been published in Czech philatelic journals or do you search a Czech philatelic book ?




Internet Philatelic Catalogs On-Line !


Thanks to easy up-dating the Internet become ideal way for publishing of philatelic catalogs.

You will be surprised how much of them yet exists. In the part of our web site you will find many, many of them covering a lot of philatelic countries and/or topics !


Philatelic Library of Munich On-Line !

Philatelic Department of Municipal Library of Munich (Bavaria, Germany) opened for public database of philatelic literature being in the library.

The system is called WebOPAC and enables searching of individual books as per user´s wish.

We are proud, that our web site was the first one in the Czech Republic being informed about this new project.


Die philatelistische Abteilung der Münchener Stadtbücherei vorberetete für die Öffentlichkeit ein on-line Database der philatelistischen Literatur gesammelt von der Bücherei.

Der neue System heisst WebOPAC und ermöglicht die Suche nach einem Buch nach den Krieterien der individuellen Besucher.

Wir sind stolz, dass unsere Webseite wurde als erstee Stelle in der Tschechischen Republik über das Projekt informiert.

Entrance to WebOPAC




Philatelic Exhibitions 1881 - 2000

Philatelic exhibitions reflect their times, level of philatelic forwardness and culture of individual country. Let´s go with me look at history of Czechoslovak phil. exhibitions illustrated with entires sent from them and list of exhibitions known to me.




Prague Stamp Fair "Sberatel"


The Fair offers to every visitor a chance to find an interesting material for his/her collection. Many stamp companies and postal administrations from Europe and other parts of the world will participate in the Fair .

Information about the stamp fair you can find on

the web site of Stamp Fair ”Sberatel” in Prague



Philately in the Czech Republic


Information about our philately, new philatelic exhibitions, preparation of exhibits etc. you will find at the web site CZ-Filatelie at

Here you will find links to web sites of philatelic exhibition planned for 2004

Žïár / Sázavou:



We are looking forward to seeing you at the next stamp show BRNO 2005 ...

Wir freuen uns, Sie auf der nächsten Briefmarkenausstellung BRNO 2005 zu begrüssen ...





© OSTROPA 2003 Jihlava - All rights reserved ; ® Copyright trade mark


II. Czech-German philatelic exhibition

More information you can find on exhibition´s web site .

We are pleased, that organization committee approved usage of the exhibition logo on this web site !




II. Tschechisch - deutsche Briefmarkenausstellung


Mehr Information können Sie auf der Ausstellungswebseite finden .

Wir sind stolz, dass die Ausstellungskomitee gewährt dieser Webseite das Recht, das Ausstellungszeichen zu zeigen.





Austrian stamp showing coat-of-arm used on the Czech territory on Oct. 28, 1918 - on day, when Czechoslovak Republic was declared

Austrian Chapter


Not only Walz and Coffee, but also postage stamps are integral part of Austrian picture. The postage stamps are common Czech-Austrian heritage, because the first stamps on Czechoslovak territory were the Austrian ones (1850).

Austria was also country issuing first newspaper stamps in the world (1851) as well as first postal cards (1869).

Information About Austria 1

Information About Austria 2

Map of Austria


Austrian Postal Book - searching of towns in the country

Society for Postal History of Lower Austria

Christmas Mail (Christkindl)

Information About Current Mission of Austrian Army Abroad

Austrian Issue of 1916-1919 ( part I )

Austrian Issue of 1916-1919 ( part II )

Austrian Stamp "Deutschösterreich" Used On Czechoslovak Territory in 1919

Catalog of Austrian Stamps By 1918

Catalog of Lombardo-Venetia By 1865

Austrian Post Offices in Levante, Crete and Liechtenstein

Austrian Post Offices Abroad

Philatelic Documentation of Anschluss 1938

Catalog Of Current Austrian Stamps

Austrian Postal Administration

Czech-German Philatelic Dictionary

Europe Section, CZ





Hungarian newspaper stamp overprinted by Czechoslovak Postal Administration in 1919


Hungarian Chapter

Everybody knows the Hungarian Salami and Paprika, but who is familiar with Hungarian philately ? You should remember, that Hungarian stamps were valid on part of Czechoslovak territory in periods 1867 - 1919 and 1938 - 1945, so they are integral part of Czechoslovak philately ... .

Information about Hungary 1

Information about Hungary 2

Czech - Hungarian Philatelic Dictionary

Catalog of Hungarian Stamps 1867 - 1918

Rare Stamps and Hungarian First Emission

Album Pages of Hungaria 1871 - 1965

Interfilaweb - phil. journal in Hungarian language

Europa Section, CZ

Postal Museum of Budapest

Stamp Museum of Budapest




Czech Chapter




Czechoslovak stamp of 1928 showing the highest mountain of Slovakia called "Vysoke Tatry"


Slovak Chapter

The Slovaks lived for long years in a common state with Czechs, so the Slovak philately is a natural interest area of Czech philatelists. Slovak as well as Czech stamps have a lot of common signs like the same printing house or authors and engravers of stamps of both countries.

Information about Slovakia

Slovak Phone Directory

Slovak Postal Administration

"Slovak Gold" Quality Award For Slovak Postal Administration

Christmas Mail

About meaning of "post" term

Postal News

History of Postal Operations on Slovak Territory

Postal Museum of Slovakia

Union of Slovak Philatelists

NITRAFILA 2003 Stamp Exhibition

Description of Philatelic Terms in Slovak

Philatelic Bourses in Slovakia

Zberatel Philatelic Journal

Catalog of Slovak Stamps 1939 - 1945

Catalog of Slovak Stamps Issued After 1993


Slovak Philatelic Web Site 1: Filatelia Dwec.Org

Slovak Philatelic Web Site 2: UNOWORLD.NET

Slovak Philatelic Web Site 3: Filatelia iFree




Czechoslovak Philatelic Society of Great Britain and its Monographs On Czechoslovak stamps


Since 1985 The CZECHOSLOVAK PHILATELIC SOCIETY OF GREAT BRITAIN publishes monographies on Czechoslovak postage stamps and postal history.

Information about the phil. society you can find on

this web site or you can visit its own web site located at .

More information about published monographs you can find here !





a unusual combination

(in Czech language only)



Czech Olympic Philately


Since 1968 a philatelic section Olympsport dealing with themes of sport and Olympic Games on philatelic material exists in the Czech Republic.

More information about the section you will find on its web site

On the web site you will find auction of philatelic material relating to the Olympic Games.

Olympsport section has prepared a text on philatelic documentation of Salt Lake City 2002 Olympic Games .

You can read it HERE (in Czech language only).

You can also read an information about International Stamp Show Plock 2002 organized in Poland and about Czech - Polish competition



The First Czech Web Journal "JAPHILA"


The web based journal JAPHILA was published by its editor Mr. Janík (AIJP) first time in 1999 . Thanks to it the one is the first stamp web journal not only in the Czech Republic, but also in whole Eastern Europe.

You can find articles on various themes, review of philatelic books, links to another philatelic sites etc. . The journal is daily up-dated, so you can find every time a new information in it. To enable its reading for every visitor, it is published in Czech, English, French and German languages.

And in addition you can place your ad

in the journal !

Have you visited the JAPHILA journal ?

You can do it by clicking the button .






Czechoslovak Philately in Scandinavia


Philatelic Web Site of Mr. Hoffmann of Sweden

containing e.g.

Owners and Stamp Dealers Marks

C.V. of Czech/Slovak and Foreign Experts of Czechoslovak Stamps

Converter of Czechoslovak Stamps in Scott, Michel and POFIS Catalogs

Article on various sizes of Czechoslovak souv. sheets "Kde domov muj"

Czech - Swedish Mixed Franking 1938

Topical Philatelic Web Site On Prague from Denemark

Finnish Web Site of Mr.Korhonen

Danish Society of Czechoslovak Stamps Collectors, DK

Scandinavian Countries Philatelic Section, CZ

Pri-Baltica Group, CZ




Mosaic of interesting philatelic sites

Filatelia de Europa Oriental 1850 - 1945

Catalog Of Philatelic Material Relating To Internet

Czechsum -  web site on Czechoslovak philately

Interesting Postal History Web Site in English

Philatelic Ads and Want Lists

History of post office Roznov p. Radhostem



At the end

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