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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Xuan Ti, Chinese God of War, datelined SHANGHAI, Feb 14, 1901, used from on board the SMS Maria Theresia in China to support the Alliance of 8 Country's troops in suppressing the Boxer Rebellion. This is a scarce card from the small contingent of the Austrian Kriegsmarine in the Far East at this period. Austria had a relatively small Navy which became landlocked after WWI. With Pola 1 and Trieste receivers.
US$579
Breakers at Chefoo Hill: Postcard dateline used on board the SMS Maria Theresia, in China to support the Alliance of 8 Country's troops in suppressing the Boxer Rebellion. This is a scarce card from the small contingent of the Austrian Kriegsmarine in the Far East at this period. Austria had a relatively small Navy which became landlocked after WWI. With Laxenburg receiver and small 'FELDPOST' handstamp (very scarce).
US$579
Chinese wall and guard twoer in Peking postcard dateline CHEFOO, July 28, 1901, used from on board the SMS Maria Theresia in China to support the Alliance of 8 Country's troops in suppressing the Boxer Rebellion. This is a scarce card from the small contingent of the Austrian Kriegsmarine in the Far East at this period. Austria had a relatively small Navy which became landlocked after WWI. With Wien receiver.
US$579
Japanese postcard used on board the SMS Maria Theresia, refueling in Japan, and in China to support the Alliance of 8 Country's troops in suppressing the Boxer Rebellion. This is a scarce card from the small contingent of the Austrian Kriegsmarine in the Far East at this period. Austria had a relatively small Navy which became landlocked after WWI. With Yokohama cancel and two Japanese 2Sen stamps, Nagasaki waymark, and Pola receiver.
US$579
1935 Winterhilfswerke (WHW) postfrisch Satz / Winter charities mint never hinged (MNH) set. '16 CV EUR700
US$469
Document for cleaning disbursement from the KuK Marinedetachement Tientsin. Folded, with detachment commander signature at bottom. Used after the start of WWI!
US$349
Document from the KuK Gesandschafts Wach Detachement in Peking / Imperial and Royal Embassy Guard detachment in Peking, China, in 1902, shortly after the suppression of the Boxer Rebellion in 1901. Reciept for the sending of 1000K in Gold from the SMS Maria Theresia ship. Completely separated along the fold in the middle.
US$229
Document recording a Postanweisung / Postal Money Order disbursed from Lissa to a member of the KuK Marinedetachement Peking. Filded, with file punches at left border. With official handstamps.
US$229
Government of Palestine, Naturalization application and certificate for an extremely lucky Rabbi from Breslau, Germany immigrating to Palestine in 1940. Worn, folded.
US$229
Aerial Real Photo postcard (RPPC) of Dachau town used at Konzentrationslager (KL/KZ) Dachau / Concentration Camp Dachau, with Waffen SS Poststelle der SS Standortverwaltung Dachau Dienstsiegel / Armed SS Postal station for the SS Administration Dachau service cachet and the camp's Dachau 3 CDS.
US$229
Registered cover to scarce destination (Addis Abeba to Celje) A bit worn, good commercially used condition with stamps and receiver reverse.
US$199
Naehrmittelkarte: This is a German WWII ration card overprinted 'Jude' for use by a Jewish child age 3 to 18. Also overprinted "Ungueltig Muster!" / "Invalid Sample! [or 'Proof']" Top condition. Unusual.
US$149
Reichsbrotkarte: This is a German WWII Bread ration card overprinted 'Jude' for use by a Jewish person. Also overprinted "Ungueltig Muster!" / "Invalid Sample! [or 'Proof']" Top condition. Unusual.
US$149
Feldpost cover from German secret field police member of Gruppe geheime Feldpolizei 702, with long contents which include a photograph (5x3.5inches) of the unit marching past an officer. The Field Police helmets are clear. Used late in the war, in January of 1945
US$149
Incoming registered airmail cover from Johannesburg, South Africa on Christmas Day 1937, expedited through Greece and then the Austrian Rohrpost / pneumatic mail system of underground tubes around Wien / Vienna. A bit worn, Bedarfserhaltung / commercially used condition, as per scan; these were generally folded to fit in the small Rohrpost cartridges. With Athens, Wien Flugpost, and Wien Rohrpost cancels/waymarks reverse.
US$119
Cover sent from Canadian POW (Kriegsgefangenen) camp 30 to German Feldpost number 01037 (Kommando 6. Gebirgs-Division) and redirected to FPN02192 (Gebirgs-Korps Norwegen / Norway Mountain Corps), with Oberkommando der Wehrmacht (OkW) and Canadian censors as well as German unit Dienstsiegel / service cachet. Normal wear, excellent condition.
US$119
Red Cross card sent to civilian in Douglas Isle of Man POW Alien Detention Camp (Kriegsgefangenen) camp with IOM censors. Normal wear, excellent condition.
US$119
Cover sent from Canadian POW (Kriegsgefangenen) camp to German Feldpost number 01037 (Kommando 6. Gebirgs-Division / 6th Mountain Division), with Oberkommando der Wehrmacht (OkW) and Canadian censors. Normal wear, excellent condition.
US$119
Postcard from Rabbi in Tel Aviv and receipt sent to Jewish displaced persons Camp Herzog in Lichtenau bei Kassel, Germany. Worn, as per scans.
US$119
Rare official card from the flight of the Postluftschiff Schwaben that pictures the sons of the Grossherzog (Grand Duke) of Hessen in Summerkleidung / summer clothes. Sieger 'G'. Slightly worn at the edges, excellent condition, as per scans. Franked with the 'goose' Michel I semi-official airmail. Flugpost am Rhein u. am Main Darmstadt cancel.
US$119
Feldpost cover from German police member with the Resettlement Office in Bielsk-Podlaski in the newly annexed Poland, which was at this time shared with the Nazi's Russian ally. Sent via Russian civil mail to Ostmark Austria. A bit worn; good, genuine used condition, as per scans. Rare.
US$119
Registered cover to scarce destination (Djeddah to Celje) A bit worn, good commercially used condition with receiver, wax seal, and dual language Port waymark reverse.
US$99
Incoming registered airmail cover from Rissik St, Johannesburg, South Africa, expedited through Greece and then the Austrian Rohrpost / pneumatic mail system of underground tubes around Wien / Vienna. A bit worn, Bedarfserhaltung / commercially used condition, as per scan; these were generally folded to fit in the small Rohrpost cartridges. With Athens, Wien Flugpost, and Wien Rohrpost cancels/waymarks reverse.
US$99
German Krone-Adler-issue stamp overprinted for use in the German Offices in China, mint hinged. '17 CV EUR170 as least expensive color variety. Expertized Pauligk reverse.
US$99
Austrian 1st Republic inflation era express postcard expedited through the Wiener Rohrpost / Viennese pneumatic mail system of underground tubes, with German franking. A bit worn, folded down center, Bedarfserhaltung / commercially used condition, as per scan; these were generally folded to fit in the small Rohrpost cartridges.
US$92
Polish 1ZL stamp overprinted Port Gdansk, used on piece. '17 CV EUR170
US$92
Incoming airmail cover from Johannesburg, South Africa, expedited through Greece and then the Austrian Rohrpost / pneumatic mail system of underground tubes around Wien / Vienna. A bit worn, Bedarfserhaltung / commercially used condition, as per scan; these were generally folded to fit in the small Rohrpost cartridges. With Athens, Wien Flugpost, and Wien Rohrpost cancels/waymarks reverse.
US$92
Imperf pair from the 1962 Bauwerke / Archtecture set. Postfrisch / mint never hinged (MNH). '16 CV EUR120 (++ as two singles).
US$88
Imperf pair from the 1958 Bauwerke / Archtecture set. Postfrisch / mint never hinged (MNH). '16 CV EUR120 (++ as two singles).
US$88
1933 propaganda vignette to mobilize the Nazi's in struggling mid-1930s Austria. "Trotz verbot fuer Freiheit und Brot" / "Despite the Ban vote for Freedom and Bread" "Freiheit und Brot" was an early Nazi slogan; the ban refers to the banning of the Nazi party by Engelbert Dollfuss. Stained at right. Size ca 6x4cm.
US$69