Design errors - LIECHTENSTEIN



1939

The haircut cleaarly shows that the portrait of Franz Josef II was inverted on one of those stamps.
 


1949

This painting from Rubens is showed reversed on the stamp.
 


1951

Correct a scythe on your knee using a hammer, is not very intelligent.
 


1968

The name of this famous stamp collector was Philippe Ferrary de la Renotière, not Philippe de Ferrari.
 


1970

In this 'flaming sun' the number of threads are supposed to match the number of coutries in CEPT, 24 at the time the common issue of this stamp was conceived, but before the stamp was issued Jugoslavia and Malta also joined, so there should have been 26 threads (France and Andorra got it right).
 


1976

The circles of the olympic rings are egg-shaped.
 


1976

The 50 F Golden coin honouring the 70th birthday of Prince Franz Josef II was in fact never issued.
 


1976

Liechtenstein is not a member of CEPT being represented for postal affairs by Switzerland, but uses for som issues the common design of the CEPT members.
 


1979

This Zeppelin is much too close to the castle. And he cannot fly from left to right, as there is an hill at the left side of the castle.
 


1997

In this position, the skier will miss the next gate.
 


2014

ROLLS-ROYCE without hyphen
 


2014

Inverted portrait of G. STOKES, mathematician and physicist.