As the first town of the Karlovy Vary Region, the town of Loket appeared on a postal stamp, in particular on the German stamp of December 1939, issued within the frame of a so-called winter aid. Loket Castle with the Cheb bridge dominates the front of it. The stamp has number 73 (Michel), its denomination value is 3 pfennig with a two-pfennig surcharge. It was printed by gravure printing with 14 perforations.
Cheb appears in a five-stamp series from 20 November 1965. On stamp 1485 with a denomination value of CSK 1.60 a historical part of the old town with medieval half-timbered houses, the so-called Špalíček, the Church of St. Nicholas and merchants´ houses from the square are all illustrated. On the right side of the stamps the artist helped himself a little, as he illustrated the Gabler’s House with a rococo façade and a neighbouring gothic patrician merchants´ house, the so-called Schirndinger’s House, with its dominant gable in the through-view close to Špalíček. The theme was provided by J. Liesler and engraved by J. Herčík. The stamp was printed by a combination of rotation die stamping and gravure printing with an 11½: 11¼ frame perforation. Part of the emission is on optically brightened paper; bright colour tones are known for all denomination values of the emission. It is possible to distinguish different paper thickness and a gum tint; the gum can be both smooth and reticulated.
On 26 March 1971 a sixty-haler revenue stamp with a popular motif of the Czech towns´ coat-of-arms was issued. On stamp number 1891 there is the coat-of-arms of the town of Karlovy Vary (completed with Rudolf II, 1594). The author of its graphic design and engraving was J. Herčík. Traditionally, the stamp was printed by a combination of rotation die stamping and gravure printing with an 11½: 11¼ frame perforation.
On the FDC a seal dating back to the 16th century is illustrated.
On 20 June 1973 the coat-of-arms of Žlutice (granted by Ferdinand I, 1540) was issued in the same graphic arrangement, including engraving by J. Herčík, but in the arrangement according to the "Žlutice Hymn Book". A sixty-haler stamp number 2033 was printed by a combination of rotation die stamping and gravure printing with 11¾: 11¼ frame perforation.
On FCD the municipal coat-of-arms is illustrated, as it had been drawn in the "Žlutice Hymn Book".