Jewish Ghetto Stamps
According to the write-up on the ABC News website, "Three rare stamps produced in a Jewish ghetto during World War II have sold at auction in Melbourne for $1,020."
Charles Leski of Leski Auctions is quoted as saying the stamps were produced at the Lodz ghetto in German-occupied Poland in 1944 and were created using scrap paper.
"They were souvenired by the German soldiers who found them after the ghetto had been emptied," according to Leski.
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To learn more about Lodz, which was the only ghetto that had its own stamps, click here.