REVENUE HEAVEN! Your amazing posts.. it's quite outstanding. I'm really hoping these are in the right place or I shall look like a right plonker
Heres a couple(+ one I bought last night) I received in an envelope from an old chap who sells his stamps for 1$ an envelope full. Hes a darling. Probably about 2 to 300 in an envelope just stuffed in. A lot of fun finding out what they are. That should take me about 2 years! I promise to get a scanner cord tomorrow.
This 1911-20 German document clipping features a Prussian general revenue stamp, a printed revenue stamp, and an embossed seal. The Prussian revenue is Erler-Norton #156b, and it bears the cancellation of the city of Hannover's finance office.
The printed marking is a black, typeset impression over what appears to be a violet rubber stamping.