Established in autumn 1939, in a wooded area east of Danzig (Gdansk), Stutthof was initially a civilian internment camp, then a labour education camp before finally reaching the status of a concentration camp early in 1942. As many as 100,000 people were deported to Stutthof. Over 60,000 died there.
A 1943 pattern Prämienschein was issued at the camp, in .50RM and RM1 denominations. Both were printed on thin red card.