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Postage Stamp Museum, Vaduz

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3.1/5 based on 110+ reviews on the web
Learn about Liechtenstein's philately and the history of its postal services at Postage Stamp Museum, which opened in the 1930s. The founder, Consul H.W. Sieger, donated a valuable philatelic collection to the museum. The main focus is on postage stamps issued by the principality of Liechtenstein since 1912. You can view designs, test prints, needle plates, and the machines used by postal workers in the past. You can also see the philatelic collection, a collection of stamps from Universal Postal Union countries, artwork by stamp designers, and the postal history library. For travelers who use our custom trip planner, Vaduz holidays become easier to arrange, with trips to the Postage Stamp Museum and other attractions mapped out and timetabled.
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  • A very interesting and free museum with a fine collection of local stamps and some other items, such as a postbike, sledge and some artwork. As part of the museum there is a paying ticket for the roya...  read more »
  • This is a fascinating place to visit. The insights into the entire system of postal in this tiny yet prosperous country made me feel very appreciative of the role of a postmen. You can spend hours in ...  read more »
  • This unusual Museum has existed since 1930 year. It presents a large collection of stamps that were issued in the Principality of Liechtenstein the last hundred years. The museum displays tools, which created the brand. Among them, engraving tools, printing machines and much more. There's another exhibition devoted to mailboxes and it. Entrance to the Museum, which is located on the central street of the city, completely free.
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