This page contains items from the German Third Reich. These are offered for historical purposes only and not in order to incite hatred or intolerance in any form. Our items have been used in multiple scholarly publications, donated to multiple museums (including at least one Holocaust museum), and appeared in multiple historical/antique television shows. We have been a respected member of the stamp-collecting community for over two decades. Our pieces are for serious collectors and historians only.
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One of the very popular King George VI propaganda forgeries which place the Jewish Star of David on the top of the crown, and a hammer and sickle in place of the pence symbol next to the value at the bottom. A very small number of sets (400 each) were overprinted with a variety of slogans for the territories the British were going to lose. All created by forced labor from inmates in the Sachsenhausen Concentration Camp as a part of Operation Wasserwelle under SS Major Bernhard Kreuger (See the psyops.org or psywarrior.com websites), or read the book "Krueger's Men" by Leonard Malkin. '18 CV EUR800++ (caUSD936) ; MNG as issued except #13, which is 'used' with the listed German-forged London AAAO 6 June 1944 cancel. The same printing numbers as the others (400 sets) but scarcer than some of the seemingly more available like St Lucia and Rabaul.
US$939
One of the very popular King George VI propaganda forgeries which place the Jewish Star of David on the top of the crown, and a hammer and sickle in place of the pence symbol next to the value at the bottom. A very small number of sets (400 each) were overprinted with a variety of slogans for the territories the British were going to lose. All created by forced labor from inmates in the Sachsenhausen Concentration Camp as a part of Operation Wasserwelle under SS Major Bernhard Kreuger (See the psyops.org or psywarrior.com websites), or read the book "Krueger's Men" by Leonard Malkin. '18 CV EUR800++ (caUSD936); Mixed MNG as issued and 'used' with the listed German-forged London AAAO 6 June 1944 cancel. The same printing numbers as the others (400 sets) but scarcer than some of the seemingly more available like St Lucia and Rabaul.
US$939
One of the very popular King George VI propaganda forgeries which place the Jewish Star of David on the top of the crown, and a hammer and sickle in place of the pence symbol next to the value at the bottom. A very small number of sets (400 each) were overprinted with a variety of slogans for the territories the British were going to lose. All created by forced labor from inmates in the Sachsenhausen Concentration Camp as a part of Operation Wasserwelle under SS Major Bernhard Kreuger (See the psyops.org or psywarrior.com websites), or read the book "Krueger's Men" by Leonard Malkin. '18 CV EUR800++(caUSD936); mixed MNG as issued and 'used' with the listed German-forged London AAAO 6 June 1944 cancel. The same printing numbers as the others (400 sets) but scarcer than some of the seemingly more available like St Lucia and Rabaul. With four Pieles BPP photo certs -- not really necessary as these haven't been successfully copied yet, but still nice.
US$939
Sheet from the (fake) "London Invasion Exhibition" with the very popular King George VI propaganda forgeries, which place the Jewish Star of David on the top of the crown, and a hammer and sickle in place of the pence symbol next to the value at the bottom. A very small number of sets (400 of each overprint) were overprinted with a variety of slogans for the territories the British were going to lose. All created by forced labor from inmates in the Sachsenhausen Concentration Camp as a part of Operation Wasserwelle under SS Major Bernhard Kreuger (See the psyops.org or psywarrior.com websites), or read the book "Krueger's Men" by Leonard Malkin. This sheet in English and Russiaon has a stamp from 7 different sets. including the rare Hong Kong. All 'used' with the listed German-forged London AAAO 6 June 1944 cancel. Since only 400 sets were printed and most are lose and not on the souvenir sheets, there are really rare.
US$939
REGISTERED Cover to Waffen SS Commander at Concentration Camp Majdanek / Konzentrationslager (KL/KZ) Lublin. Rare, with Lublin receiver, twice expertized Mahr BPP (center reverse for backstamp, lower right reverse for cancels on face). Most likely a registered cover inquiring about a loved one. Very little survived from this camp (compared to Oranienburg or Dachau, for example).
US$939
One of the very popular King George VI propaganda forgeries which place the Jewish Star of David on the top of the crown, and a hammer and sickle in place of the pence symbol next to the value at the bottom. A very small number of sets (400 each) were overprinted with a variety of slogans for the territories the British were going to lose. All created by forced labor from inmates in the Sachsenhausen Concentration Camp as a part of Operation Wasserwelle under SS Major Bernhard Kreuger (See the psyops.org or psywarrior.com websites), or read the book "Krueger's Men" by Leonard Malkin. '18 CV EUR800++ (caUSD936); 9 and 14 MNG as issued, the others 'used' with the listed German-forged London AAAO 6 June 1944 cancel. The same printing numbers as the others (400 sets) but scarcer than some of the seemingly more available like St Lucia and Rabaul.
US$939
Volksbegehren - nur so muessen wir / Will of the People - the olnly way we will be victorious. Propaganda card from Die Zeitlupe, Verlag 'Auf gut deutsch' (Publisher 'In Good German'). Slightly worn, good condition; very scarce early card.
US$699
Deutsch-Suedwestafrika (DSWA) Ganzsache / German Southwest Africa postal card registered and upfranked with 25pf yellow-orange ('14 CV EUR1000) and used with OTAVI cancel. A bit worn, as per scans. Expertized Warner and Bothe BPP. With Grootfontein receiver. Very scarce usage.
US$579
A postcard from Czech ethnic German man married to a Jewish woman in Bohemia Moravia. For this "crime" Bohomil Mueller was sentenced to a series of hard labor camps. At this time he is in the Org Todt Lager in Osterode im Harz, a subcamp of KL Mittelbau-Dora. The Osterode-Petershuette camp (aka Dachs IV) worked on excavating the mines for the V-Waffen (V1/V2) production and building barracks for the other workers/administrators. This letter was sent vary late in the war, in March of 1945, to his wife Nelli, who he believed was still at the Hagibor labor camp within the Jewish Ghetto at Prague, though her letters show that she had in fact been transported to the Theresienstadt Concentration Camp. Note the numbered words on the reverse. At this time only 32-word responses were allowed, so each word is enumerated. A rare intercamp mailing.
US$579
A bit worn, stamps faulty at top edges with two corners reattached as per scans. Rare. From FA van der Loo, Shanghai.
US$579
German Offices in Turkey / Deutsche Auslandpostaemter Turkei stamp set, in excellent, problem free condition / tadellos Erhaltung, nicely used. No watermarks. '14 CV EUR950
US$529
Austria NSDAP Party Weihnachten / Christmas card from 1932. With Copyright handstamp reverse "NS [Nationalsozialistischer] Filmstelle" / "NS [National Socialist] Film Bureau". In top condition.
US$469
Very scarce 1938 regional Nazi meeting propaganda card showing SA men, in top condition.
US$399
"Im Namen des Reichs." Award document for one Otto Leschin with Artillerie-Regiment 29, signed by then Minister of Defence General Werner von Blomberg. Folded in center and file punches at left.
US$349
German WWII-occupied Bohemia Moravia postal card from inmate Nelli Mueller in Prag XI, Schweringasse (Czech: Schwerinova) 1201, Block 1. This address is a Gestapo office used to address mail for inmates in the Hagibor forced labor camp portion of the Jewish Ghetto in Prague. Nelli was Jewish who married Czech ethnic German man Bohomil Mueller. For this "crime" Nelli was interned in Hagibor before ultimately being deported to Theresienstadt Concentration Camp, while Bohomil was sentenced to a series of hard labor camps, ultimately ending in Osterode, Harz at an Org Todt subcamp of KL Mittelbau-Dora, working on the mines for the V1/V2 production. Censor-handstamped "Antwort nur mit Postkaren in deutsche Sprache" / "Answer only on a postcard in German language." It's actually amazing Nelli lasted this late in the war in Prague; February 1945 sees here in the concentration camp. The card was sent to her mother-in-law Lida in Zebrak. Note the numbered words on the reverse. At this time only...
US$349
German WWII-occupied Bohemia Moravia postal card from inmate Nelli Mueller in Prag XI, Schweringasse (Czech: Schwerinova) 1201, Block 1. This address is a Gestapo office used to address mail for inmates in the Hagibor forced labor camp portion of the Jewish Ghetto in Prague. Nelli was Jewish who married Czech ethnic German man Bohomil Mueller. For this "crime" Nelli was interned in Hagibor before ultimately being deported to Theresienstadt Concentration Camp, while Bohomil was sentenced to a series of hard labor camps, ultimately ending in Osterode, Harz at an Org Todt subcamp of KL Mittelbau-Dora, working on the mines for the V1/V2 production. Censor-handstamped "Antwort nur mit Postkaren in deutsche Sprache" / "Answer only on a postcard in German language." It's actually amazing Nelli lasted this late in the war in Prague; February 1945 sees here in the concentration camp. The card was sent to her mother-in-law Lida in Zebrak. Hagibor (I've read) is a Hebrew word for 'Strength', and ...
US$349
Deutsche Suedwest-Afrika (DSWA) / German SW Africa stamp set in tadellos Erhaltung / problem-free condition, nicely used. With JH Stolow certificate for the 25pf. '17 CV EUR576
US$299
Card from inmate held in the Kleine Festung / Little Fortress Gestapo prison in Konzentrationslager (KZ/KL) / Concentration Camp Theresienstadt. The 'Little Fortress' was a separate Gestapo-run prison within the Theresienstadt compound, which itself was an old military barracks/camp from Austrian KuK Imperial times. Rare early card (not preprinted) from the time when this was only a Gestapo prison and not a a full-fledged KL; with Theresienstadt instead of Bauschwitz (the usual) cancel.
US$289
Germany official card from the Grand Duchess of Hesse's 1912 Flight Week. Bears 'Goose' 20pf semi-official single airmail franking along with a Germania stamp which is tied by an Erfurt CDS. Slightly worn, scrape upper right reverse, genuinely used condition with long message. Sent to Brussels, Belgium. Sieger variants Vc (normal city CDS instead of special cancel), Vo (uncanceled airmail stamp), and Vtg (sent to Western Europe instead of within Germany) - '01 CV EUR485
US$289
Original Germany Zeppelin photograph of famous airmen Hugo Eckener (head of the Zeppelin Company after the Graf) and the Graf's 1st pilot, Georg Hacker, et al, making observations with trial balloon at Baden Oos in 1910. A bit worn, as per scans. Size ca 17x12cm. Rare image of these early pioneers in action.
US$289
Early cards from inmate held in the Kleine Festung / Little Fortress Gestapo prison in Konzentrationslager (KZ/KL) / Concentration Camp Theresienstadt. The 'Little Fortress' was a separate Gestapo-run prison within the Theresienstadt compound, which itself was an old military barracks/camp from Austrian KuK Imperial times. Early use from the month when this was transitioning from being just a Gestapo prison (Nov 1941) to a full-fledged KL.
US$259
Deutsche Suedwest-Afrika (DSWA) / German SW Africa stamp in tadellos Erhaltung / problem-free condition, nicely used. With Watermark. I believe this is the 'b' (karmin/carmine) color variety. 32Aa EUR370, 32Ab '14 CV EUR450;
US$259
Rare registered cover from Samoa with Palm Tree franking sent to Montenegro. Worn, return address erased/blacked out, folded. With red London registration mark and receiver reverse.
US$229
Swedish card to inmate held in Konzentrationslager (KZ/KL) / Concentration Camp Theresienstadt with multiple censors; stamp has also been removed, looking for secret messages. Sent late in the war, in February of 1945.
US$229
Unusual large Ausweis / photo ID card for female guest worker (aka Ostarbeiter) 'aus Altsowjetruss. Gebiet' / from Old Soviet-Russia Area, and 'Ukreiner-Volkstum' / 'Native Ukrainian', in German and Cyrillic. Card is 15x21cm and photo is 5x8cm and also bears her fingerprints. With handstamps tying the photo and details to the folder fromLandrat Montbauer, with all of her details inside the folder and handstamped from the Arbeitsamt Niederlahnstein. This little girl was only 17.
US$229
German WWII-occupied Bohemia Moravia postal card to inmate in Prag XI, Schweringasse (Czech: Schwerinova) 1201. This address is a Gestapo office used to address mail for inmates in the Hagibor forced labor camp portion of the Jewish Ghetto in Prague, established for mixed-race 'Arian' and Jewish couples - though most eventually were moved to other camps. Torn in half and repaired with tape. Very rare, with the Juedische Sammelstelle / Jewish Collection Point handstamp from Schwerinstrasse.
US$229
Original Feldpost / sailor's mail from WWII Unterseeboot (U-Boot) / U-Boat / submarine U253. Data from the Ubootarchiv website. Believed to have been sunk by a mine near Ireland on its first outing, Sept 24, 1942.
US$219
Original Feldpost / sailor's mail from WWII Unterseeboot (U-Boot) / U-Boat / submarine U269. Data from the Ubootarchiv website. Served much of the war in Norway, before going to Brest and Lorient, was sunk in Torquay by the HMS Bickerton on June 25, 1944. Feldpostpruefstelle censor tape reverse. Some sailors (this one among them) survived the sinking and were rescued by the British.
US$219
Original Feldpost / sailor's mail from WWII Unterseeboot (U-Boot) / U-Boat / submarine U289. Data from the Ubootarchiv website. Based in Narvik and Bergen, sunk on only its 2nd outing in the Barents Sea near the island Jan Mayen by a depth charge from the HMS Milne, May 31, 1944.
US$219
German WWII-occupied Bohemia Moravia card to inmate Nelli Mueller in Konzentrationslager (LK/KZ) / Concentration camp Theresienstadt. Nelli was a Jewish woman who married Czech ethnic German man Bohomil Mueller. For this "crime" Nelli was interned in Hagibor before ultimately being deported to Theresienstadt, while Bohomil was sentenced to a series of hard camps, finally ending up in a KL Dora OT sub-camp constructing mines for V1/V2 weapons production in Osterode, Harz. Censor-handstamped "Aeltestenrat der Juden in Prag" / "Jewish Council of Elders in Prague." This is from Nellis father-in-law Frantik (Frans). Sent very late in the war, in March of 1945. It says 'no news from Osterode' (i.e. husband/son Bohomil), and 'we are awaiting a stamp'. This latter refers to a Zulassungsmarke / permit stamp (Michel BuM Z1), which was required to send packages onto Theresienstadt. A bit worn, small tears at margins. A philatelic and historical showpiece for multiple reasons.
US$209