18 January 2020
Toruń’s Return to Free Poland Centenary (Postcard)
100th anniversary of Toruń’s return to free Poland
On January 18, 2020, a postcard with the imprinted postage mark was issued, issued: the 100th anniversary of Toruń’s return to free Poland.
The nominal value of the postage mark with the letter A corresponds to the nominal value of the postage stamp used to pay for an economical letter. unregistered, including a postcard, in domestic circulation, in the S format, weighing up to 500 g.
In the upper right corner of the address page of the card, a postage mark was printed, on which a portrait photograph of General Józef Haller was presented; along the right edge of the stamp there is an inscription: POLSKA, and in the lower right corner the value designation: A.
The illustrative part of the page contains: the name of the issue: “100th anniversary of Toruń’s return to free Poland”, a color photograph showing the panorama of Toruń, and a fragment of an appeal by General Lieutenant Józef Haller, commander of the Pomeranian Front, to the inhabitants of Pomerania, from January 21, 1920, in the following read: ,, The eternal heritage of the Piasts and Jagiellons, the cradle of Copernicus returns to its own Matrix again.
Cards with dimensions of 148 x 105 mm were printed on one side, using the offset technique, on white cardboard, in a circulation of 8000 pieces.
Designer of the card: J. Konarzewski
This and other philatelic publications of Poczta Polska can be purchased at post offices and online store: www.filatelistyka.poczta-polska.pl .