4th November 1941
|Sc-N1 to N26, N29-40||xxx|
perf 14, no wmk, typographed / engraved
|Stamps of Germany overprinted - typographed|
|1 pfennig grey-black||N21||1|
|3pf light brown||N22||2|
|5pf deep yellow-green||N24||4|
|10pf dark brown||1943||N27||8|
|Stamps of Germany overprinted - engraved|
|10pf dark brown||N29||7|
|12pf bright carmine||N30||9|
|15pf brown lake||N31||11|
|16pf peacock green||N32||12|
|24pf orange brown||N34||14|
|25pf bright untra||N35||15|
|30pf olive green||N36||16|
|40pf bright red-violet||N37||17|
|50pf myrtle green||N38||18|
|60pf dark red-brown||N39||19|
† Year of issue, where other than 1941.
FICC Journal v26n1p4 reported that from 2015, following the Scott catalogue's move of the Postgebeit Ob. Ost overprint German occupation stamps from Lituanua to Russia, the OSTLAND overprints have been renumbered from Russia N9-N28 to Russia N21-N40. The Aunus and Ukraine occupation issues have also been affected.
Both Scott and Gibbons (Part 10) lists these as Russia, Issued under German Occupation. Gibbons repeats the listing in the Germany volume, Part 7. Gibbons notes that Ostland comprised "the Baltic States and White Russia". Wikipedia states that "Nazi Germany established the Reichskommissariat Ostland (RKO) in 1941 as the civilian occupation regime in the Baltic states (Estonia, Latvia, and Lithuania), the northeastern part of Poland and the west part of the Belarusian SSR".