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Thursday, February 19, 2015

Germany 2015
Felix Bunny - Felix der Hase: Post von Felix






ISSUE DATE: 2 March 2015
NOMINAL VALUE: 0.62 €
STAMP DESIGN: Grit Fiedler 
After the books by Annette Langen & Constanza Droop
PHOTO:
FORMAT PWZ: width: 44.20mm height: 26.20mm
FORMAT ZBgn:
ARRANGEMENT PWZ:
width: 115.00mm height: 158.00mm 
2 PWZ side by side 5 PWZ each other
PRINTER: Giesecke & Devrient GmbH, Werk Securities Printing Leipzig
SUBSTRATE:
PRINTING PROCESS:
Coated, white and fluorescent postage stamp paper DP II
Multi-color offset printing
DEUTSCHE POST PRODUCT No.: 004679



Quick yet written a few lines to Sophie and then into the envelope. Already it goes around the world. Of all the stages of his journey reported Felix the rabbit his little friend. In the children's books of Felix series a real envelope infected with "real" rabbit mail. For 20 years, this trick inspires young readers. In 1994, the children's book author who Annette Langen and Constanza Droop sent to "Letters from Felix" the stuffed bunny on the trip. It all starts with the fact that Sophie loses her playmates at the airport. But then he answers by mail with her.

Since then, eight Felix books are published. Hase Felix visited distant lands, he joins a traveling circus and even travels back in time. He always tells exciting about foreign peoples and cultures. Most particularly, of course, about the children around the world. The track record of the Felix books from Coppenrath Verlag, Münster is impressive. They have been translated into 29 languages ​​and sold over seven million times. In Australia, Israel and Japan Felix is ​​popular. The Kuschelhase stands for international understanding and tolerance. Since 2013, Felix Children Ambassador of SOS Children's Villages worldwide.

On the website www.felix-der-hase.de you can enter your guestbook or send him an e-mail. Members of the club was founded in 2001 Felix even receive mail from Felix, among other things, on her birthday. In Germany Felix Club has 40 000 members.




Stamp images thanks to Deutsche Post


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