Blasons adhésif (Kroma)

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Kroma heraldic adhesive postcard series
  • Date of issue :
  • Number of cards : over 900
  • variants : Several

Series and Variations

There are several series issued by this company, one with one coat-of arms per card, and one with multiple small images on one card.

The series are quite extended and includes besides heraldic arms, also postcards with more pictorial designs within a shield-shape. Many of the cards have been issued with different colours or backs. The gallery below includes all cards that I have so far.

The series includes not only arms of towns and villages, but also of regions, départements and other types of territories.

Examples of the types of the design on the reverse of the cards

Cards issued

Series 1 : Départements Français

Series 2a : Single arms (Villes et Provinces de France) : towns

Series 2b : Single arms (Villes et Provinces de France) : provinces and regions

Series 2c : Single arms (Villes et Provinces de France) : other arms


Series 3 : Single arms: series KSP

This is a series with a very similar design, but labelled K.S.P. Créations instead of Kroma

Series 3 : Single arms: series As de Cœur

This is a series with a very similar design, but labelled As de Cœur instead of Kroma

Series 4 : Single arms: series Communauté Européenne

This is a series with a very similar design, with reverse type 2, only series name differs on front and reverse

Series 5 : Switzerland : Villes et Cantons Suisses

This is a series with a very similar design, with reverse type 2, only series name differs on front and reverse

Series 6 : White cards labelled Ecusson adhésif

Series 7 : Double cards labelled Ecussons adhésifs

There is no name Kroma on these cards, but the reverse shows one of the Kroma logos (K in map of France)

Series 8 : Other cards by Kroma or like Kroma


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