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Belgium 1918-1920

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The Armistice of 11 November 1918 was signed at Le Francport near Compiègne (Northern France) and ended fighting on land, sea and air in World War I between the Allies and their last remaining opponent, Germany. King Albert I returned as a war hero, leading the victorious army and acclaimed by the population. Belgium had been devastated by German seizure of valuable machinery. Only 81 operable locomotives remained, out of the 3470 available in 1914, 46 of 51 steel mills were damaged, with 26 destroyed totally. More than 100.000 houses had been destroyed, as well as more than 120.000 hectares of farmland. However, Belgium recovered surprisingly quickly. German reparations to Belgium for damage incurred during the First World War was set at £12.5 billion pounds sterling. In 1919 under the Treaty of Versailles the area of Eupen-Malmedy, along with Neutral Moresnet was transferred to Belgium, as well as the Vennbahn railway.

1918

1918101
have:
1918101: 1c+1c - Belgian Views and King Albert-I - Red Cross Surcharge ((stamps first issued in London, used in Saint-Adresse, Le Havre, and after liberation in Nov 1918 used in the rest of Belgium)) semi postal stamp
1918102
have:
1918102: 2c+2c - Belgian Views and King Albert-I - Red Cross Surcharge ((stamps first issued in London, used in Saint-Adresse, Le Havre, and after liberation in Nov 1918 used in the rest of Belgium)) semi postal stamp
1918103
have:
1918103: 5c+5c - Belgian Views and King Albert-I - Red Cross Surcharge ((stamps first issued in London, used in Saint-Adresse, Le Havre, and after liberation in Nov 1918 used in the rest of Belgium)) semi postal stamp
1918104
have:
1918104: 10c+10c - Belgian Views and King Albert-I - Red Cross Surcharge ((stamps first issued in London, used in Saint-Adresse, Le Havre, and after liberation in Nov 1918 used in the rest of Belgium)) semi postal stamp
1918105
have:
1918105: 15c+15c - Belgian Views and King Albert-I - Red Cross Surcharge ((stamps first issued in London, used in Saint-Adresse, Le Havre, and after liberation in Nov 1918 used in the rest of Belgium)) semi postal stamp
1918106
have:
1918106: 20c+20c - Belgian Views and King Albert-I - Red Cross Surcharge ((stamps first issued in London, used in Saint-Adresse, Le Havre, and after liberation in Nov 1918 used in the rest of Belgium)) semi postal stamp
1918107
have:
1918107: 25c+25c - Belgian Views and King Albert-I - Red Cross Surcharge ((stamps first issued in London, used in Saint-Adresse, Le Havre, and after liberation in Nov 1918 used in the rest of Belgium)) semi postal stamp
1918108
have:
1918108: 35c+35c - Belgian Views and King Albert-I - Red Cross Surcharge, Cloth Hall, Ypres ((stamps first issued in London, used in Saint-Adresse, Le Havre, and after liberation in Nov 1918 used in the rest of Belgium)) semi postal stamp
1918109
have:
1918109: 40c+40c - Belgian Views and King Albert-I - Red Cross Surcharge, Bridge, Dinant ((stamps first issued in London, used in Saint-Adresse, Le Havre, and after liberation in Nov 1918 used in the rest of Belgium)) semi postal stamp
1918110
have:
1918110: 50c+50c - Belgian Views and King Albert-I - Red Cross Surcharge, Library, Leuven ((stamps first issued in London, used in Saint-Adresse, Le Havre, and after liberation in Nov 1918 used in the rest of Belgium)) semi postal stamp
1918111
have:
1918111: 1F+1F - Belgian Views and King Albert-I - Red Cross Surcharge, Scheldt river, Antwerp ((stamps first issued in London, used in Saint-Adresse, Le Havre, and after liberation in Nov 1918 used in the rest of Belgium)) semi postal stamp
1918112
have:
1918112: 2F+2F - Belgian Views and King Albert-I - Red Cross Surcharge, abolition ((stamps first issued in London, used in Saint-Adresse, Le Havre, and after liberation in Nov 1918 used in the rest of Belgium)) semi postal stamp
1918113
have:
1918113: 5F+5F - Belgian Views and King Albert-I - Red Cross Surcharge, Albert I of Belgium, Furnes ((stamps first issued in London, used in Saint-Adresse, Le Havre, and after liberation in Nov 1918 used in the rest of Belgium)) semi postal stamp
1918114
have:
1918114: 10F+10F - Belgian Views and King Albert-I - Red Cross Surcharge, Leopold I, Leopold II and Albert I of Belgium ((stamps first issued in London, used in Saint-Adresse, Le Havre, and after liberation in Nov 1918 used in the rest of Belgium)) semi postal stamp

1919

1919001
have:
1919001: 25c - Belgian Views and King Albert-I - Fountain, Liège
have:
1919001-t1 : dark blue, sold only in Liege, and used almost exclusively in Liege, from sheet of 10, stamp image is 18½ x 28mm (1919) stamp from souvenir sheet
have:
1919001-t2 : blue, 2nd issue used in the whole of Belgium, imagesize 18¼ x 28,5mm (1919)
have:
1919001-y : dark blue, sold only in Liege, and used almost exclusively in Liege, from sheet of 10, stamp image is 18½ x 28mm (1919) sheetlet
1919002
have:
1919002: CINQ FRANCS 5 FRANK - Belgian Views and King Albert-I - Albert I of Belgium, Furnes (inscribed FRANCS - FRANK)
have:
1919002-T1 (1919)
have:
1919002-T2 (1919)
1919003
have:
1919003: 1c - King Albert I with Trench Helmet
1919004
have:
1919004: 2c - King Albert I with Trench Helmet
1919005
have:
1919005: 5c - King Albert I with Trench Helmet
1919006
have:
1919006: 10c - King Albert I with Trench Helmet
have:
1919006-t1 : 1st issue from sheetlets: size 22½ x 26mm (1919)
have:
1919006-t2 : 2nd issue: size 22 x 26,75mm (1919)
have:
1919006-y (1919) sheetlet
1919007
have:
1919007: 15c - King Albert I with Trench Helmet
have:
1919007-t1 : 1st issue from sheetlets: size 22½ x 26mm (1919)
have:
1919007-t2 : 2nd issue: size 22 x 26,75mm (1919)
have:
1919007-y (1919) sheetlet
1919008
have:
1919008: 20c - King Albert I with Trench Helmet
1919009
have:
1919009: 25c - King Albert I with Trench Helmet
1919010
have:
1919010: 35c - King Albert I with Trench Helmet
1919011
have:
1919011: 40c - King Albert I with Trench Helmet
1919012
have:
1919012: 50c - King Albert I with Trench Helmet
1919013
have:
1919013: 1F - King Albert I with Trench Helmet
1919014
have:
1919014: 2F - King Albert I with Trench Helmet
1919015
have:
1919015: 5F - King Albert I with Trench Helmet
1919016
have:
1919016: 10F - King Albert I with Trench Helmet

D1919

D191901
have:
D191901: 5c - Numeral and Lions (cancelled by many post offices against fraude with stolen stamps) postage due
D191902
have:
D191902: 10c - Numeral and Lions (cancelled by many post offices against fraude with stolen stamps) postage due
D191903
have:
D191903: 20c - Numeral and Lions (cancelled by many post offices against fraude with stolen stamps) postage due
D191904
have:
D191904: 30c - Numeral and Lions (cancelled by many post offices against fraude with stolen stamps) postage due
D191905
have:
D191905: 50c - Numeral and Lions (cancelled by many post offices against fraude with stolen stamps) postage due
D191906
have:
D191906: 5c - Belgian Views and King Albert-I (cancelled with a T in post offices that ran out of normal due stamps) postage due
D191907
have:
D191907: 10c - Belgian Views and King Albert-I (cancelled with a T in post offices that ran out of normal due stamps) postage due
D191908
have:
D191908: 15c - Belgian Views and King Albert-I (cancelled with a T in post offices that ran out of normal due stamps) postage due
D191909
have:
D191909: 20c - Belgian Views and King Albert-I (cancelled with a T in post offices that ran out of normal due stamps) postage due
D191910
have:
D191910: 25c - Belgian Views and King Albert-I (cancelled with a T in post offices that ran out of normal due stamps) postage due
D191911
have:
D191911: 35c - Belgian Views and King Albert-I (cancelled with a T in post offices that ran out of normal due stamps) postage due
D191912
have:
D191912: 40c - Belgian Views and King Albert-I (cancelled with a T in post offices that ran out of normal due stamps) postage due
D191913
have:
D191913: 50c - Belgian Views and King Albert-I (cancelled with a T in post offices that ran out of normal due stamps) postage due
D191914
have:
D191914: 1F - Belgian Views and King Albert-I (cancelled with a T in post offices that ran out of normal due stamps) postage due
D191915
have:
D191915: 5 - Numeral and Lions (thin numeral) (green) postage due
have:
D191915-T1 (1919) postage due
have:
D191915-T2 (1919) postage due
D191916
have:
D191916: 10 - Numeral and Lions (thin numeral) (carmine) postage due
have:
D191916-T1 (1919) postage due
have:
D191916-T2 (1919) postage due
D191917
have:
D191917: 20 - Numeral and Lions (thin numeral) (green) postage due
have:
D191917-T1 (1919) postage due
have:
D191917-T2 (1919) postage due
D191918
have:
D191918: 30c - Numeral and Lions (thin numeral) (blue) postage due
D191919
have:
D191919: 50c - Numeral and Lions (thin numeral) (grey) postage due
have:
D191919-T1 (1919) postage due
have:
D191919-T2 (1919) postage due

R1919

R191901
have:
R191901: 1,10 FRANC - FRANK 1,10 - Winged Railway Wheel - inscribed FRANCS - FRANK (Le Havre issue: value appears 2 times) railway parcel post (with postal validity)




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