Bosnia-Herzegovina was administered by Austria-Hungary as decided by the Congress of Berlin (1878), before its annexion in 1908. There is no country name (only the Habsburg coats of arms) before the landscapes issue in 1906.
Issue 1879-1894 (lithographed)Edit
- French: Lithographiés
- German: Steindruck
Issue 1894-1899 (typographed)Edit
- French: Typographiés
- German: Buchdruck
First issue with the country name (in German). Landscapes (engraved) design by Koloman Moser.
Journal stamps 1913Edit
War issue 1914-1916Edit
Issue 1917 - 3d year after Sarajevo murderEdit
Issue July 1917 - Charles I of AustriaEdit
Engraved, design by A. Cossmann. Values 3 h to 10 kronen. Text Bosnien-Hercegovina, K u K Militär Post.
Issue July1918 for the victims of warEdit
Design by Alfred Cossmann. Portraits Charles Ier and Zita. Text K u K Militärpost- Karlfonds
Issue 11 November 1918Edit
Overprints for use in the new State of Serbs, Croats and Slovenes, Bosnia and Herzegovina region.
Cyrillic overprint on 50 heller issue 1910, cancelled at Trebinje