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Johann Peter Haseney

Johann Peter Haseney German stamp designer

German stamp designer
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Intro German stamp designer
A.K.A. Иоганн Петер Хазеней
Was Gunsmith Artist Postage stamp designer
From Germany
Type Arts Creativity
Gender male
Birth 1812, Zella-Mehlis, Germany
Death 1869, Munich, Germany (aged 57 years)
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Schwarzer Einser, the first German stamp issued by Bavaria in 1849

Johann Peter Haseney (1812, Mehlis, Saxe-Gotha-Altenburg – 1869, Munich) was a German engraver.

Haseney came to Munich in his young years, where he worked as an engraver with the Seitz company. There he made different designs for stamps. He engraved the first German stamp, the One Kreuzer black (Schwarzer Einser) in the Kingdom of Bavaria, issued on November 1, 1849.

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