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Official protectorate name: The Saar Protectorate

Saar was a French protectorate located in an area of Allied-occupied Germany controlled by a French military government before becoming a state of West Germany; although it was separated from Germany, Saarland was not fully incorporated into France and Saarland was also not a country. On becoming a state of the Federal Republic of Germany (West Germany) in 1957, it became the smallest “federal state” (Bundesland).

Protectorate state: Complete

Saar is now part of Germany for later issues see Germany and European Union.

MINES DOMANIALES (FRANÇAISES) DE LA SARRE
Franc System

ND (1919) Issue

   

50 centimes P-1; B-101 Color: Blue-gray and brown Dimensions: 64 x 62 mm

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1 franc P-2; B-102 Color: Red, orange, and yellow Dimensions: 106 x 70 mm

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SAAR / SARRE
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1947 Issue

 

1 mark P-3; B-201 Color: Brown, blue, and yellow Dimensions: 82 x 52 mm

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2 mark P-4; B-202 Color: Brown, violet, and yellow Dimensions: 82 x 52 mm

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5 mark P-5; B-203 Color: Pink, violet, blue, and orange Dimensions: 82 x 52 mm

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10 mark P-6; B-204 Color: Red, green, yellow, and brown Dimensions: 130 x 85 mm

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50 mark  P-7; B-205 Color: Green, red, yellow, and brown Dimensions: 130 x 85 mm

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100 mark  P-8; B-206 Color: Yellow, brown, blue, and green Dimensions: 130 x 85 mm

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