Germany issued a stamp of 145 euro cent denomination on 03 May 2007 to mark the 175 Anniversary of Hambach Festival. The first May Feast at Hambach Castle was celebrated from 27 to 30 May 1832 at Hambach Castle near Neustadt in present-day Rhineland. It was a festival for German Unity.
Two first Day covers with different cancellations are listed.
Germany issued a stamp of 45 euro cent denomination on 14 Jun 2007 to mark the 125 Birth Anniversary of Karl Valentin.
Karl Valentin (1882-1948) was a Bavarian comedian, clown, author and film producer. He had a significant influence on German Weimar Culture. Valentin starred in many silent films in the 1920s and was sometimes called “Charlie Chaplin of Germany”.
Lighthouses of Germany on Stamps -Hornum and Oberfeuer – 2007.
Germany has issued a set of stamps on Lighthouses from 2004 to 2008.
12 Jul 2007 – 45 Pf – Bremerhaven Oberfeuer
Bremerhaven Oberfeuer Lighthouse is located in Bremerhaven. It is also known as Simon Loschen Tower or Loschen Lighthouse. It is the oldest operative lighthouse in Germany’s North Seashore. It is active from 1855 and stands at 37 m. A First Day Cover is listed.
12 Jul 2007 – 55 euro cent- Hornum at Sylt which was built in 1907. It is 34 metres high.
Stamp on Martin Waldseemuller Map – Germany – 2007.
Germany has issued a stamp of 220c to mark 500th Anniversary of Martin Waldseemuller Map. The Waldseemuller Map or Universalis Cosmographia or Universal Cosmography is a printed wall map of the World by German Cartographer Martin Waldseemuller, originally published on April 1507. It is known as the first map to use the word America. It was bestowed in honour of Italian Americo Vespucci. America placed on this map is now South America.
The wall map consists of 12 sections printed from woodcuts. Each section is one of four horizontally and three vertically when assembled. The stamp shows these 12 sections. The only copy of this Map is displayed in Library of Congress Washington DC. A thousand copies were printed originally.
Martin Waldseemuller (1470-1520) was a German Cartographer who along with Matthias Ringmann is credited with first using the word America on maps based on Vespucci and Columbus travels
Germany has issued a stamp of 85c to mark 700th Anniversary of Moyland Castle. This moated castle is located in Bedberg-Hau in the district of Kieve. It derives its name from a Dutch word Mooiland meaning “Beautiful Country”. It is also considered one of the most important neo-Gothic buildings. The building now is primarily a museum exhibiting the largest collection of works of artist Joseph Beuys (1921-1986).
Germany has issued a stamp of 55c on 50th Anniversary of German Federal Bank (Deutsche Bundesbank) on 09 Aug 2007. The stamp features Coins & Euros. The Bank was founded on 26 Jul 1957 and is located in Frankfurt