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Airmail, foreign rates, first inflation period – 1922 to1926

Date

Postal cards

Letters

Printed matter,

commercial papers, samples


Each

Up to 20 g

21-100 g

+ each 10 g

Up to 150 g

+ each 100 g

22-06-1922

12 k

22 k

10 k

19-07-1922

8 k

12 k

22 k

10 k

6 k

4 k

15-09-1922

14 k

24 k

44 k

20 k

15 k

10 k

05-10-1922

60 k

100 k

150 k

50 k

60 k

40 k

16-04-1923

120 k

200 k

300 k

100 k

120 k

80 k

01-07-1923

300 k

500 k

750 k

250 k

300 k

200 k

13-08-1923

600 k

1,000 k

1,500 k

500 k

600 k

400 k

01-10-1923

1,000 k

1,600 k

2,400 k

800 k

900 k

600 k

01-01-1924

1,600 k

2,800 k

4,200 k

1,400 k

1,400 k

1,500 k

21-02-1924

3,000 k

5,000 k

7,600 k

2,600 k

3,000 k

2,000 k

11-04-1924

4,800 k

8,000 k

12,000 k

4,000 k

4,800 k

3,200 k

01-06-1924

6,000 k

10,000 k

15,000 k

5,000 k

6,000 k

4,000 k

01-10-1925

5,000 k

10,000 k

15,000 k

5,000 k

4,800 k

3,200 k

17-05-1926

2,500 k

5,000 k

7,500 k

2,500 k

2,400 k

1,600 k

01-01-1927

20 f

40 f

60 f

20 f

20 f

12 f

Rates for airborne mail were a combination of:


1. The basic rate according to weight and destination

2. The compulsory express delivery rate

3. The supplementary airmail rate shown above


On 17 May 1926 the supplementary airmail rate was reduced by 50% and the compulsory express delivery rate was abolished.