75 years of Luxembourg’s liberation
The American soldiers arrived in Luxembourg on the 9th September 1944. Their troops and tanks were first seen in Petingen. That was also where the first American soldier died on Luxembourg soil.
On the 10th September 1944 US soldiers occupied Luxembourg City, which the German troops surrendered without much resistance.
|Price of the stamp:
||Tony Krier (L)
||Fargo sàrl (L)
||Multicoloured high-resolution offset by Bpost Stamps Factory, Malines (B)
||40,20 x 27,66 mm, 10 stamps per sheet
Block 100 years since the end of World War I
block 100 years since the end of world war i
Block 500th anniversary of the passage of the Thurn and Taxis postal route through Luxembourg
special block 500th anniversary of the passage of the thurn and taxis postal route through luxembourg
Block City of Luxembourg: its Old Quarters and Fortifications
post philately issues a sheet of stamps to mark the 20th anniversary of the inclusion of the old quarters and fortifications of the city of luxembourg on the unesco list of world heritage sites
this miniature sheet shows the modern city and the old fortifications which have been added to the unesco list of world heritage sites.
First World War centenary
post philately marks the centenary of the first world war with a commemorative stamp issue, the design is based on a work by pierre blanc
this stamp is a reproduction of a work by pierre blanc, which can be found in the national museum of history and art in luxembourg.