ISSUED: March 1, 1920
Types A13, A14, A9, and A10 surcharged with a sheaf of wheat and the date “1919” on a ribbon band in black.
Many forgeries exist on all of these the easiest to detect being the upstanding sheaf of wheat. On the genuine the shading lines run into the ribbon band between the “9” and the “1” of 1919, whereas on the forgery the band is plain behind all the figures 1-9-1-9.
The Hungarian name of the government printing department is Magyar Kiralyi Allamy Nyomda, and all stamps after this date were prepared by this department, with any necessary engraving work being done there.