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Original Feldpost / sailor's mail from WWII Marine Kleinkampfverband Unterseeboot (K-Verband U-Boot) Kampflot 265 / midget submarine with the Biber 265th Battle Fleet in Westfjord/Lofoten, Norway. With contents. The Biber (German for 'beaver') were tiny, single occupant subs that could be equipped with two torpedoes, on either side of the hull. Only 324 of these subs were delivered, and if they actually were able to start on their mission, most didn't return. I believe only one ship was sunk by the entire 'fleet'. This cover was written in March and somehow made it to Hamburg where it was finally postmarked on April 10, 1945. A very rare cover, especially with contents, from a German 'Kleinverband' boat.
US$1799
Original Feldpost / sailor's mail from WWII Marine Kleinkampfverband Unterseeboot (K-Verband U-Boot) 5. Molch Flottille, Kampflot 415 / midget submarine with the Molch 415th Battle Fleet in Stavanger, Norway. With contents. The Molch (German for 'salamander' or 'newt') were tiny, single occupant subs (basically large torpedoes) that could be equipped with two actual torpedoes, on either side of the hull. Only 363 (or 393, sources vary) of these subs were delivered, and if they actually were able to start on their mission, most didn't return. An illustration of the sub is attached at front left. A very rare cover from a German 'Kleinverband' boat.
US$1599
Original Feldpost / sailor's mail from WWII Marine Kleinkampfverband Unterseeboot (K-Verband U-Boot) Kampflot 265 / midget submarine with the Biber 265th Battle Fleet in Westfjord/Lofoten, Norway. With contents. The Biber (German for 'beaver') were tiny, single occupant subs that could be equipped with two torpedoes, on either side of the hull. Only 324 of these subs were delivered, and if they actually were able to start on their mission, most didn't return. I believe only one ship was sunk by the entire 'fleet'. A very rare cover, especially with contents, from a German 'Kleinverband' boat.
US$1599
National Sozialist - oder Umsonst waren die Opfer / (become) National Socialist - or our sacrifice was in vain. A very rare card from the Streiter Verlag in 1928. The Streiter publishing house was the exclusive provider (for a time) of official posters (and other works) of the Nazi party in the 1920's. Though Streiter later fell afoul of the Nazi's and is believed to have been shot in Ravensbrueck concentration camp in the last month of the war. (see Wiki for more datas). You probably won;t find another any time soon, and it certainly won't be nicer: in absolute top condition.
US$1399
Original Feldpost / sailor's mail from WWII Marine Marine Kleinkampfverband Gruppe GA / small submarine battle group HQ during the development phase, shortly before the first deployment in the late spring of 1944. A very rare cover, especially with contents, from the development of the German 'Kleinverband' boats.
US$579
Scarce, original, period postcard from Wilhemshaven, after the liberation of the Naval (mutiny) prisoners on Nov 6, 1918. After the Kaiser abdicated at the end of WWI, the Communists (Usually called Spartakisten or Spartacists, but really meaning any left-leaning group) seized power in a number of cities (so-called Spartakus Putsch), only to be deposed by right-wing counter-revolutions and/or the newly forming national government, with the help of volunteer 'Freikorps', or Free Corps fighters, many of whom went on to form the core of the right wing National Socialists who subsequently infiltrated and consumed the Weimar government.
US$229
Scarce, original, period postcard from Leisnig showing the demonstration against the war and the government. After the Kaiser abdicated at the end of WWI, the Communists (Usually called Spartakisten or Spartacists, but really meaning any left-leaning group) seized power in a number of cities (so-called Spartakus Putsch), only to be deposed by right-wing counter-revolutions and/or the newly forming national government, with the help of volunteer 'Freikorps', or Free Corps fighters, many of whom went on to form the core of the right wing National Socialists who subsequently infiltrated and consumed the Weimar government.
US$229
Nazi party advertising 1931 election propaganda leaflet tryig to conver SPD members to the NSDAP "Your leader is worried only about himself ahd has made you the slave of International Jewish High Finance" a long list of how the SPD is betraying them, and has betrayed them for 80 years. Closes with an exhortation to join Adolf Hitler and vote List 13. Dated November 3, 1931, and issued by the Darmstadt NSDAP office. Size ca 8.5x12 (European paper size). Folded, with file-hole punches at left.
US$219
Scarce, original, period postcard from the Wilhelmshaven Sailor's Revolt showing sailors and townspeople demonstrating against the war and the government. After the Kaiser abdicated at the end of WWI, the Communists (Usually called Spartakisten or Spartacists, but really meaning any left-leaning group) seized power in a number of cities (so-called Spartakus Putsch), only to be deposed by right-wing counter-revolutions and/or the newly forming national government, with the help of volunteer 'Freikorps', or Free Corps fighters, many of whom went on to form the core of the right wing National Socialists who subsequently infiltrated and consumed the Weimar government.
US$209
Deutsch-Suedwestafrika (DSWA) / German Southwest Africa cover used with GROSS-BARMEN cancel (ArGe 17th Ed EUR30+10 each) tying strip of four 3pf ('14 EUR250). A bit worn, as per scans. Expertized Czimmek BPP reverse.
US$209
Scrip from the SS Cantine at Buchenwald -- higher denomination of 23RM. Low sequence number 4617. Very worn, separating at folds, soiled. Looks as if it was used where it was supposed to be used.
US$209
USA postal cover with GOLDEN CITY COLO cancel tying 1c Franklin Banknote issue. A bit worn, very good used condition. Sent locally in Golden.
US$199
USA territorial cover with DENVER COL cancel, sent to BIG THOMPSON, Colorado Ter(rritory). A bit worn, top used condition. With contents - the writer mentions she went by coach to Cheyenne, and wants to get some more of the recipients 'incomparable' butter.
US$199
Scarce, original, period postcard from Wilhelmshaven, showing the "Offizier's Kasino, jetzt Sitz des Arbeiter un Soldaten Rats" - "Officer's Casino now the Seat of the Worker's and Soldier's Council". After the Kaiser abdicated at the end of WWI, the Communists (Usually called Spartakisten or Spartacists, but really meaning any left-leaning group) seized power in a number of cities (so-called Spartakus Putsch), only to be deposed by right-wing counter-revolutions and/or the newly forming national government, with the help of volunteer 'Freikorps', or Free Corps fighters, many of whom went on to form the core of the right wing National Socialists who subsequently infiltrated and consumed the Weimar government.
US$169
Cover from the HASAG 'Polenlager' or 'Auslaenderlager' / 'Polish' or 'Foreign' slave labor camp, a subcamp of Konzentrationslager Buchenwald, in Meuselwitzm Thuerigen / Thuringia; HASAG stands for Hugo Schneider AG, maker of the Panzerfaust weapon, among others. There's a good Wikipedia article on the company; also a list of all the "Polenlagers". The organization, under orders from the SS, worked tens of 1000's of inmates to death. Sent to Bohemia Moravia.
US$169
Original, period postcard from Koeln / Cologne during the 1919 strike. Anything from the revolution period in Cologne is rare. After the Kaiser abdicated at the end of WWI, the Communists (Usually called Spartakisten or Spartacists, but really meaning any left-leaning group) seized power in a number of cities (so-called Spartakus Putsch), only to be deposed by right-wing counter-revolutions and/or the newly forming national government, with the help of volunteer 'Freikorps', or Free Corps fighters, many of whom went on to form the core of the right wing National Socialists who subsequently infiltrated and consumed the Weimar government.
US$169
Deutsch-Suedwestafrika (DSWA) Ganzsache / German Southwest Africa postal card (EUR37.50) used with WATERBERG cancel (ArGe 17th Ed EUR180). A bit worn, as per scans. Expertized Czimmek BPP reverse. Scarce genuine usage.
US$169
USA airmail cachet cover from the Denver Mail Hight Air Races - National Balloon Races, franked with 2c Washinton-Franklin series coil strip and autographed by famed pilot Roscoe Turner.
US$169
Scarce CDS of Windhuk 'b' office on Feldpost of soldier serving in Deutsch-Suedwestafrika / German Southwest Africa in the Herero War. ArGe 17th Ed EUR180.
US$159
Scarce, original, period postcard from Wilhelmshaven showing the results of 'professional soldiers' deployed against the holed-up sailor-revolutionaries. After the Kaiser abdicated at the end of WWI, the Communists (Usually called Spartakisten or Spartacists, but really meaning any left-leaning group) seized power in a number of cities (so-called Spartakus Putsch), only to be deposed by right-wing counter-revolutions and/or the newly forming national government, with the help of volunteer 'Freikorps', or Free Corps fighters, many of whom went on to form the core of the right wing National Socialists who subsequently infiltrated and consumed the Weimar government.
US$159
German Offices In Turkey during WWI ship's mail, Marineschiffspost / Feldpost / soldier-sailor's mail cover, pretty worn, in Bedarfserhaltung / commercially used condition, as per scans. The Torgut Reis was originally the SMS Weissenburg before being given to Turkey in WWI.
US$149
German Offices In Turkey during WWI ship's mail, Marineschiffspost MSP14 - Feldpost card from the tiny boat, the Pinass Pfeil (at the top of the card in the sneder's address), a bit worn, in Bedarfserhaltung / commercially used condition, as per scans. Very scarce.
US$149
'M' Fancy cancel from circa 1875 Denver, Colorado, each on a Department of the Interior official stamp. Lovely group.
US$149
Original 1933 press photo with agency handstamp showing Swastika 'sun' rising over Wien / Vienna, Austria. The press label reverse talks about the propaganda postcards flooding the border at the time. A bit worn, good condition. Size ca 9x7 inches. Aith Acme agency handstamp reverse.
US$119
German Offices In Turkey during WWI ship's mail, Marineschiffspost MSP14 - Feldpost card from the Schulschiff Idjalije, very scarce; a bit worn, in Bedarfserhaltung / commercially used condition, as per scans.
US$119
Deutsch-Suedwestafrika (DSWA) Ganzsache Antwortkarte / German Southwest Africa postal reply card used with very scarce MARIENTAL (instead of marienTHal) cancel (ArGe '17th Ed EUR280). A bit worn, wrinkled with small internal tears at center, as per scans. Scarce genuine local usage to Outjo.
US$119
Scarce, original, period postcard from the Wilhelmshaven Sailor's Revolt showing sailors and townspeople demonstrating against the war and the government. After the Kaiser abdicated at the end of WWI, the Communists (Usually called Spartakisten or Spartacists, but really meaning any left-leaning group) seized power in a number of cities (so-called Spartakus Putsch), only to be deposed by right-wing counter-revolutions and/or the newly forming national government, with the help of volunteer 'Freikorps', or Free Corps fighters, many of whom went on to form the core of the right wing National Socialists who subsequently infiltrated and consumed the Weimar government.
US$119
Kountz Bros Bank, Denver, 1864 circular cancels on a pair of R1 revenues on piece. A rare piece.
US$119
Deutsche Sudewestafrika (DSWA) card with Jakalswater 'Wanderstempel' / provisional cancel (Arge 17th Ed CV EUR60) on DSWA Ganzsache / postal stationery card (EUR45). Expertized Czimmek BPP reverse.
US$119
Return receipt notification for delivery of package sent from Vienna to an unfortunate inmate of the Theresienstadt / Terezin Ghetto / Camp. Scarce.
US$119