The Postage Due Issue of 1920-21

This issue was designed by Professor Renner, printed by offset, and perforated comb 12. The lower values were also issued imperf, ascribed to either a desire to save money, or to the breakdown of the perforator. 5h-80h square red; 1Kr-20Kr rectangular blue (2 papers: white & grey). Kroiss remarks that much of the issue was bought by speculators, and that cancelled loose stamps are most unlikely to have been postally used.



In 1920 the nine heller values were reissued imperf: ANK 93-101.

ANK
(perf)
ANK
(imp)
Face Issued Nr perf Nr imperf
75 93 5h Jan 1920 3,440,000 1,200,000
76 94 10h Jan 1920 6,044,000 1,796,000
77 95 15h Jan 1920 2,488,000 624,800
78 96 20h Jan 1920 6,400,000 2,448,000
79 97 25h Jan 1920 3,808,000 1,288,000
80 98 30h Jan 1920 3,080,000 848,000
81 99 40h Jan 1920 5,544,000 2,224,000
82 100 50 Jan 1920 5,808,000 1,736,000
83 101 80h Jan 1920 4,280,000 1,840,000
84   1K Jan 1920 8,120,000  
85   1K Feb 1921 4,720,000  
86   2K Feb 1921 6,320,000  
87   3K Sep 1921 2,700,000  
88   4K Sep 1921 2,160,000  
89   5K Jan 1920 3,320,000  
90   8K Sep 1921 1,880,000  
91   10K Jan 1920 2,440,000  
92   20K Sep 1921 1,880,000  


1919 D-Ö dues on an underfranked postcard from Czechoslovakia.