Przedbórz is a small town on the Pilica river, about 40% of the way from Krakow to Warsaw, and a little west from a straight line. I pronounce it approx. "pshed'-bush", but when I do, people correct me, snicker, or look at me quizzically. (My Japanese is even worse.)
Przedbórz issued 18 local delivery stamps during the seven-month period from late December 1917 to late July 1918. There were 5 issues:
Forgeries are so common that even the website for the Przedbórz museum shows forgeries, not genuine stamps.
This site is my effort to make it easier for you to identify your Przedbórz stamps. It was tough when:
Try it. I hope you'll like it.
The Winchester Mystery House (San Jose, Calif.) was built by Sarah Winchester (1839 - 1922), who supposedly had been told by a medium that she would die if she ever stopped building the house. Accordingly, the house was under construction 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. As I remember, it has doors that open into walls (i.e., the door goes nowhere) and perhaps doors that open out to a one- or two-story drop off. However, she eventually died, even with the construction still going on. Read the Wikipedia description.
Just like the Winchester Mystery House, this website probably has pages & links leading nowhere. Who knows? It might also be a tourist attraction someday.