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VIENNA OPERA HOUSE

Save $2 on this 1969 Mint Sheet of 8

 

The historic Vienna State Opera opened in 1869, and is home to the Vienna Philharmonic and some of the world's finest opera and ballet performances.  This beautiful sheet, issued in 1969 to commemorate the centenary of this legendary institution, pictures scenes from famous operas and ballets.

 

Lovers of fine engravings will appreciate the beauty and intricate detail found on the stamps on this large sheet.  You'll enjoy lifelike scenes from the Magic Flute (Mozart), Don Giovanni (Mozart), Fidelio (Beethoven), Lohengrin (Wagner), Don Carlos (Verdi), Carmen (Bizet), Rosencavalier (Strauss), and Swan Lake (Tchaikovsky).

 

Accented with gold frames, this sheet looks great matted and framed ... a perfect gift for a music lover or anyone who appreciates fine engravings.  Sheet measures 7 1/8 x 8 1/4 inches.  (Austria #840)


Vienna Opera House Sheet - Regularly $6.50
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300 Austria

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$37.00

500 Austria

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$5.95

AUSTRIA LIPPIZANER STALLIONS

1972 Mint Commemorative Sheet

Issued for the 400th anniversary of the Spanish Riding School in Vienna, this attractive and highly-detailed engraved commemorative sheet depicts six of the legendary Lippizaner stallions.  Originating in Trieste, now part of Slovenia, these rare graceful stallions were first bred for European nobility are valued for their compact muscular build and exceptional performance abilities. Actual Size 5 1/4" x 7"


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Austria New Republic - 1919 Complete Mint Imperforate Set of 5

Following the 1918 collapse of the Austro-Hungarian Empire, the Republic of German Austria was created in an attempt to unite with Germany. The union was forbidden by a treaty and in late 1919 the Austrian Republic was established. Older stamps of the Empire were overprinted with the name of this short-lived republic. More...
$40.00

Austria First Airmails - 1918 Complete Mint Set of 3

In March 1918, Austria inaugurated the world's first regularly scheduled airmail service, delivering wartime mail between Vienna and military headquarters on the Eastern Front in Poland and Kiev. These 3 overprinted stamps, only the second government-issued airmail stamps in the world, paid postage on these dangerous 13-hour wartime flights. More...

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$70.00

Austria # 1d - Used, F-VF

1854 1 kr Coat of Arms yellow, type III
Machine-made paper
Scott Catalog $100.00

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$85.00

Austria # 8 - Used, F

1859 3kr Franz Josef, green
Trimmed perfs at right. Trieste postmark.

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$190.00

$90.00

Austria #40b - Used, VF

1880 50kr Franz Josef, red brown perf 12
Small thin UL corner.

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