Swiss Jass

Swiss Post is introducing a subject that is familiar throughout Switzerland to the stamp world with a sheetlet and four stamps. Whether you’re young or old, at the pub or in your own home, a stickler for the rules or a more relaxed player, Jass is enjoyed all over Switzerland. SRF’s “Samschtig-Jass” programme and its predecessors have been running since 1968, making it the oldest entertainment programme in Europe.

Issue Date: 30.08.2018, Designer: Jens Riedweg, Baar, Printer: Gutenberg AG, Schaan, Liechtenstein, Process: Offset, Colours :4 Colours,  Stamps: 28×44 mm Sheetlet: 192×115 mm

Swiss Railway Stations

Zweisimmen: The traditional Montreux–Bernese Oberland railway has a sleek new look on the stamps with the lowest value in the set.

Huttwil:In contrast, this station on the Berne– Lötschberg–Simplon railway station is an example of state-of-the-art architecture.

Alp Grüm:The Rhaetian Railway makes a stop at this historical, weatherproof building situated almost 2,100 metres above sea level.

Fleurier:This railway station in the Val de Travers also has a long history. Transports Publics Neuchâtelois / transN trains call in here.

Issue Date:30.08.2018 Designer:Marc Weller, Berne Printer:Joh. Enschedé, Haarlem, Netherlands Process:Offset Colours:4 Colours Size:Stamps: 33×28 mm, Sheet: 82×198 mm

Fairy Tales

The pair of “fairy tale” motifs on two sheetlets illustrate a subject which will enchant children and adults alike.

The stamps, and above all the sheet, are covered in countless well-known gures, remind- ing many an adult of their own childhood.

Issue Date: 30.08.2018, Designer: Viviane Dommann, Meilen, Printer: Gutenberg AG, Schaan, Liechtenstein, Process: Offset, Colours :4, Stamps: 40×32.5 mm, Sheetlet: 192×115 mm

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