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Hedwig Courths Mahler


Series: Women in Politics
Stamp Number DE 1735
Yvert et Tellier DE 1442
Stanley Gibbons DE 2168b
AFA number DE 2560
Issued on: 1992-06-11
Expiry date: 2002-06-30
Size: 23 x 27 mm
Colours: Cyan blue | Dark lilac ultramarine
Format: Stamp
Emission: Definitive
Perforation: comb14
Printing: Recess
Gum: Ordinary
Paper: fluorescent
Face value: 450 Pf. – German pfennig
Print run: 70,408,000

Hedwig Courths-Mahler (pronounced [he:tviç kurts ma:ləʁ]), née Ernestine Friederike Elisabeth Mahler (February 18, 1867 in Nebra (Unstrut) – November 26, 1950 in Rottach-Egern, Bavaria) was a German writer of formula fiction romantic novels. She used the pseudonyms Relham, H. Brand, Gonda Haack, Rose Bernd.

Hedwig Courths-Mahler’s novels generally follow a single pattern: socially disadvantaged characters overcome class differences through love. The lovers fight against all kinds of intrigues and are finally joined as a couple, gaining wealth and high standing.




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