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Forgeries in Hungarian

Forgeries in Hungarian are not featured in the Michel Catalogue.
In this section are 6 forgeries:
- 5 forgeries from the Düsel’s Collection
- 1 forgery from the Kirchner’s Book
In total there are 2 forgeries in Hungarian in the Kirchner’s Book (pp. 84-85 and 86-87) and on p. 84 it is stated that in total 6 forgeries in Hungarian were issued.
All 5 forgeries from the Düsel’s Collection are printed on thin, greenish paper

Igy fogad ja a szovjetkatona...

Front: the picture is identical to 21CII, but the text beneath it is in Hungarian and not German.

Back: Code (illegibly printed) in the upper-left-hand corner.

Not present in the “Russian black propaganda” Collection and the Kirchner’s Book.

Pictured: a copy from the Düsel’s Collection (lot 17694 at Gartner’s auction, 12.6.2017).

Bárkány Géza százados...

Back: code 2329
Not present in the “Russian black propaganda” Collection.
Pictured: a copy from the Düsel’s Collection (lot 17695 at Gartner’s auction, 21.6.2017).
Another copy of this forgery: pp. 84 and 85 of the Kirchner’s Book (with code 2329 on the back).

A hadifogolytábor borbélymühelye...

Back: code is absent.

Not present in the “Russian black propaganda” Collection and the Kirchner’s Book.

Pictured: a copy from the Düsel’s Collection (lot 17696 at Gartner’s auction, 12.6.2017).

A tábor társalgótermében szórakonznak...

Back: code is absent.

Not present in the “Russian black propaganda” Collection and the Kirchner’s Book.

Pictured: a copy from the Düsel’s Collection (lot 17697 at Gartner’s auction, 12.6.2017).

Várady Sándor, hadapródörmester...

Back: code 2329 in the upper-left-hand corner.

Not present in the “Russian black propaganda” Collection and the Kirchner’s Book.

Pictured: a copy from the Düsel’s Collection (lot 17698 at Gartner’s auction, 12.6.2017).

Jóizũ ebédet készit...

Not present in the Düsel’s Collection and the “Russian black propaganda” Collection.

Pictured: a copy from pp. 86 and 87 of Kirchner’s book (black and white reproduction) and on p. 86 Kirchner indicates that the postcard has the code 2345, but in reproductions in the book this code is absent.