[Above: Regional Estonian 'Wappenschild' stamps from Otepää (Odenpäh). These were first produced July 22, 1941.]

[Above: Used examples.]

[Above: Rare block of four.]

[Above: Extremely rare sheet. One of very few known in the world.]

[Above: A souvenir sheet issued in 1991 to commemorate the stamps 50 year anniversary.]

[Above: A folder issued in 1991 to commemorate the stamps 50 year anniversary (cover).]

[Above: A folder issued in 1991 to commemorate the stamps 50 year anniversary(inside).]


[Above: Regional Estonian stamp from Möisaküla (Moiseküll). This series of stamps was overprinted on original Russian stock. This was produced in August 1941.]

[Above: Regional Estonian stamp from Möisaküla (Moiseküll). Some very, very rare stamps, one of only six known in the world. Its value is approximately $14,000.]

[Above: Regional Estonian stamp also from Möisaküla (Moiseküll). This series of stamps was overprinted on original Russian stock. This was produced in August 1941.]

[Above: Regional Estonian stamp also from Möisaküla (Moiseküll). This series of stamps was overprinted on original Russian stock. This was produced in 1941.]


[Above: Regional Estonian stamp also from Puka. This series of stamps was overprinted on original Russian stock. This was produced in 1941.]


[Above: Regional Estonian stamps also from Pernau. This series of stamps was overprinted on original Russian stock. This was produced in 1941.]

[Above: Full set of the above, although a lesser quality scan.]


[Above & below: Regional Estonian stamps from Elwa (near Dorpat). This series of stamps was overprinted on original Russian stock. This was produced in July 1941.]

[Above: Regional Estonian stamps from Elwa (near Dorpat). Block of four.]

[Above: Regional Estonian stamp from Elwa (near Dorpat).]

[Above: Regional Estonian stamp from Elwa (near Dorpat).]

[Above: Regional Estonian stamp from Elwa (near Dorpat). Inverted overprint.]

[Above: Regional Estonian stamp from Elwa (near Dorpat).]

[Above: Regional Estonian stamp from Elwa (near Dorpat).]

[Above: Regional Estonian stamp from Elwa (near Dorpat).]

[Above: Regional Estonian stamp from Elwa (near Dorpat).]

[Above: Regional Estonian stamp from Elwa (near Dorpat). Inverted overprint.]

[Above: Regional Estonian stamp from Elwa (near Dorpat). Extremely rare, only 65 printed!]

[Above: Regional Estonian stamp from Elwa (near Dorpat).]

[Above: Regional Estonian stamp from Elwa (near Dorpat).]

[Above: Regional Estonian stamp from Elwa (near Dorpat).]

[Above: Regional Estonian stamp from Elwa (near Dorpat).]

[Above: Regional Estonian stamp from Elwa (near Dorpat).]

[Above: Regional Estonian stamps from Elwa (near Dorpat). This is very rare, only 200 issued, of which only a few were handstamped diagonally, 1941.] ]

[Above: Regional Estonian stamp from Elwa (near Dorpat).]

[Above: Regional Estonian stamp from Elwa (near Dorpat). Block of four.]

[Above: Regional Estonian stamps from Elwa (near Dorpat). Rare pair showing regular and inverted overprints.]

[Above: Regional Estonian stamps from Elwa (near Dorpat). Pair.]

[Above: Regional Estonian stamps from Elwa (near Dorpat).]


[Above: This is a partial sheet from a 1941 set of six stamps. This stamp depicts the Tower 'Tall Hermann' in Reval (Tallinn).]

[Above: This is a rare pair of stamps with no perforation between them.]

[Above: This is a sheet with a variety of stamps called a 'gutter pair'. This refers to the large space in between the stamps, which is different than the partial sheet above.]

[Above: This is a partial sheet from a 1941 set of six stamps. This stamp depicts the stone bridge in Dorpat (Tartu).]

[Above: Another sheet of 'gutter pair' variety of stamps.]

[Above: This is a partial sheet of a perforated variety from the 1941 set.]

[Above: This is a rare 'double impression' error.]


[Above & below: Dating from 1944 this commodity document was used in Estonia. Front/back.]


[Above: Estonia payment note (1 RUB) for cement factory in Port of Kunda, August 20, 1941.]

[Above: Estonia payment note (3 RUB) for cement factory in Port of Kunda, August 20, 1941.]

[Above: Estonia payment note (5 RUB) for cement factory in Port of Kunda, August 20, 1941.]

[Above: Estonia payment note (10 RUB) for cement factory in Port of Kunda, August 20, 1941.]

[Above: Estonia payment note (25 RUB) for cement factory in Port of Kunda, August 20, 1941.]