The post office issued a general circulation stamp series of 5 denominations in different colors and by swapping the drawings of the individual denominations, otherwise with the drawings of the 30-70-filer denominations of the First Temple stamp series.
The thumbnail was designed by Sándor Légrády.
It was put into circulation on January 1, 1943 by Decree No. 267.810/3 (P.R.T. No. 1942/57), by Decree 228.506/3. s. by decree (P.R.T. No. 1944/31) it was planned to withdraw from circulation on August 31, 1944, then the 233.040/3. s. by decree (P.R.T. No. 1944/37), the sale was terminated with this date, and the period of validity was extended until December 31, 1947. In the meantime, however, 113.566/A. No. 4 by decree (P.R.T. No. 1945/11) on August 15, 1945, it was taken out of circulation.
The values of the series and their number of copies are 27,965,000 50-filer blue
30 pennies pink 136,474,000 70 pennies green 5,984,600
40 pennies blackish gray 4 940 000 80 pennies yellowish brown 16 969 400