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Rare original cover from Barlow, Sanderson and Co, C&0 Coast Overland Mail Company, W.S. Stone Superintendent, Principal Office Yreka, Cal. Roughly opened at right, but a rare California Express cover. Franked with 3pf Washington Banknote issue, tied by canceled '5's, and with a Yreka, Cal CDS. Mailed to Judge Wade, Jacksonville, Oregon.
US$2299
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); 10 and 13 'used' with the listed German-forged London AAAO 6 June 1944 cancel, the others MNG as issued. Though with the same printing numbers as the others (400 sets) Hong Kong is much more difficult to find
US$1199
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 Bohomuil's father Frantik (Frans).
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 was supposed to be (based on other covers) in Osterode, Harz at an Org Todt work subcamp of Mittelbau-Dora, working in the mines for V1/V2 production. However, perhaps he was on leave(?) as he gives the return address of his wife in Prag XI, Schweringasse (Czech: Schwerinova) 1201. This is a Gestapo office used for mail to/from inmates in the Hagibor forced labor camp portion of the Jewish Ghetto in Prague, reserved exclusively for members of mixed race marriages. Censored, and marked "A" for "Arian" (rare). The card is to ihis father Frantik (Franz) Mueller, and states that "Up to now I haven't heard any news of Nelli". Note the numbered words on the reverse. At this time only 32-word responses were allowed, so each word is enumerated. Hagibor (so I've read) is a Hebrew word for 'Strength', and before th...
US$349
German WWII-occupied Bohemia Moravia postal card from inmate 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, where mixed race couples ("Arian"/Jewish) were interned. Censor-handstamped "Antwort nur mit Postkaren in deutsche Sprache" / "Answer only on a postcard in German language" and ZENSIERT. Note the numbered words on the reverse. At this time only 32-word responses were allowed, so each word is enumerated. Hagibor (I've read) is a Hebrew word for 'Strength', and was a Jewish youth soccer club before being converted into a makeshift concentration camp. Late use in the February 1945.
US$349
Autograph card from Feldmarschall Svetozar Boroevic von Bojna, winner of the Military Maria Theresia Order. Commander of the 5th Army, later the Isonzo Army, one of Austria's finest soldiers and receiver of numerous awards (includin the Knight's Cross / Ritterskreuz)
US$349
Deutsche Suedwest-Afrika (DSWA) / German SW Africa stamp set in tadellos Erhaltung / problem-free condition, nicely used. 25pf expertized reverse Bothe BPP. '18 CV EUR576
US$299
German watermarked Germania stamp set overprinted for use in its China offices, each used with TIENTSIN cancel. '17 CV EUR420 as least expensive varieties.
US$259
Complete Oberlahnstein se-tenant strip. Very rare intact.
US$229
Feldpost cover from aboard the battleship Lutzow (MSP5e), formerly the Deutschland. Hitler cause dthe name to be changed because he was worried of the propaganda effect if a ship named Deutschland was sunk. This was a provisional feldpost usage and thus very scarce. With contents from the sailor. Schlimgen handbook CV DM800 (ca EUR400)
US$229
German WWII-occupied Bohemia Moravia permit to to the Ration Center (Bezugsscheinstelle) in the courohouse (Rathaus), I believe in Konzentrationslager (LK/KZ) / Concentration camp Theresienstadt. This was with a large group of Theresienstadt documents including several for the Arbeitzentral / Work Center at the camp.
US$229
3rd Reich Sudetenland Rumburg 'Liberation' Postage Due Wir Sind Frei! Overprints. Missing the first low value. MNH. CV EUR381
US$229
Original Austrian single-sheet newspaper, wonderfully engraved, with Austrian Zeitungs-Stempel newspaper stamp attached. Folded in center, some wear and toning spots as per scans. The stamp is noted as type I of 1859.
US$229
Panoramic view Real Photo Postcard composed of three joined RPPC's of Camp Fort McPherson, WWI POW camp in Atlanta, Georgia. Made by an internee of the SMS Kronprinz Wilhelm, a WWI Hilfskreuzer / commerce raider seized by the US when it ran out of supplies.
US$229
German WWII-occupied Bohemia Moravia Baubewilligung / Building Permit for an attic in Konzentrationslager (LK/KZ) / Concentration camp Theresienstadt. On stationery of the Aeltestenrat [der Juden] Technische Abteilung" / "[Jewish] Council of Elders Technical Dept." With typed notes concerning the construction and signature reverse. Folded, a bit worn, as per scans. Rare.
US$229
German WWII-occupied Bohemia Moravia card from inmate Nelli Mueller in Konzentrationslager (LK/KZ) / Concentration camp Theresienstadt. 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, 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 uber den Aeltestenrat der Juden in Prag V" / "Answer only through the Jewish Council of Elders in Prag." While being from Nelli, this also has Bohomil's address in the Osterode, Harz Dora OT subcamp. Mentions the Zulsassungsmarke / Permit Stamp required to send packages to the camp (Michel BuM Z1): "I'm sending as soon as possible a Permit Stamp".
US$229
German WWII-occupied Bohemia Moravia order to appear for a work detachment in Konzentrationslager (LK/KZ) / Concentration camp Theresienstadt. With typewritten sender "Abteilung fuer Innerere Verwaltung Raumwirtschaft...Arbbetiszentrale" / "Dept of Internal Space management, Work Central, Raoul Zeisner" and copy to Dr Loev(?) in Th.[eresienstadt]. Folded, a bit worn, as per scans. Rare.
US$229
Zahlungsanweisung / payment transfer from SS Standortweraltung in Dachau 3 -Konzentrationslager (KL) / Concentration Camp Dachau in the suburbs of Munich. Eagle inverse cancel of the Postscheckamt Muenchen at bottom. Reverse cancel has this redeemed in May (!) of 1945.
US$189
Deutsch-Suedwestafrika (DSWA) / German SW Africa 25pf Krone-Alder overprint expetized Koehler reverse. Mint Hinged / mit Falz. '17 CV EUR280
US$169
Deutsch-Suedwestafrika (DSWA) / German SW Africa 50pf Krone-Alder overprint. Mint Hinged / mit Falz. '17 CV EUR280
US$169
Czech Legion Vouziers stamp overprinted "Wir Sind Frei!" / "We are Free!" for the 3rd Reich Sudetenland 'Liberation' celebration in Reichenberg Maffersdorf. Expertized DR H[oerr] reverse.
US$139
Antique snow-skiing soldiers, 7cm tall, either Elastolin (one marked as such, two have no marked bases, and the third base looks like the first, but mounting obscures it) or very similar, good condition, painted in winter camouflage.
US$119
Revenue document with 3 Koleck revenue stamp used in German-occupied Bohemia Moravia, Czechoslovakia, in 1939 authorizing funds to be sent from Switzerland for aid in emigrating to Palestine. This is just after the Germans took over the whole of Czechoslovakia, and Dr Hans Cohen was taking no chances, but getting out of the country as fast as possible. File punches at left, worn, folded, as per scans.
US$119
Original German Empire Real Photo Postcard (RPPC) of Leo Roth in his Harlan pioneer aircraft at Flugplatz Johannisthal (Johannisthal Airfield, outside Berlin), which was Germany's answer to America's Kitty Hawk, and served in its time as the center for European development of manned flight in all its forms; Johannisthal memorabilia is it's own sub-specialty and sought-after by many flight collectors. This postcard was produced by the Sanke corporation, which was also a pioneer in its own right, specializing in photographs of aircraft and pilots, who became the superstars of their day, and heroes during WWI.
US$119
Revenue document with 1 1/2 shilling and 30g Austrian revenue stamps used in post-Anschluss Austria (then part of Greater Germany) for a document sent to Tel Aviv, Israel seeking aid in emigrating to Palestine. Dr Osaias Lustmann was probably of Polish descent, since it was a Polish notary on the front confirming his identity and signature. Worn, with period repairs to reverse with some sort of file-hole-protectors from Tel Aviv. Interesting.
US$119
Book page with handstamp of "Central Committee of the British Zone Liberated Jews" at Konzentrationslager (KZ/KL) / Concentration Camp Bergen-Belsen. Worn, chipped.
US$119
Original German Empire Real Photo Postcard (RPPC) of pioneer Alfred Friedrich (first German flight Berlin-Paris-London) and his aircraft at Flugplatz Johannisthal (Johannisthal Airfield, outside Berlin), which was Germany's answer to America's Kitty Hawk, and served in its time as the center for European development of manned flight in all its forms; Johannisthal memorabilia is it's own sub-specialty and sought-after by many flight collectors. This postcard was produced by the Sanke corporation, which was also a pioneer in its own right, specializing in photographs of aircraft and pilots, who became the superstars of their day, and heroes during WWI.
US$119
Book page (owner Albert Fleischer, 11/29/1920) with handstamp of the Jewish Community at Konzentrationslager (KZ/KL) / Concentration Camp Bergen-Belsen. Worn, chipped.
US$119
Original German Empire Real Photo Postcard (RPPC) of pioneer aircraft at Flugplatz Johannisthal (Johannisthal Airfield, outside Berlin), which was Germany's answer to America's Kitty Hawk, and served in its time as the center for European development of manned flight in all its forms; Johannisthal memorabilia is it's own sub-specialty and sought-after by many flight collectors. This postcard was produced by the Sanke corporation, which was also a pioneer in its own right, specializing in photographs of aircraft and pilots, who became the superstars of their day, and heroes during WWI. Very early unnumbered Sanke card, with only Willi Sanke's handstamp reverse.
US$119
Group of 6 original photos from a German soldier in China, each ca 3.25x2.75 inches. Shows where he patrolled in Nankou, the Great Wall, and a wall of coffins(!) (Sargmagazine). Unusual.
US$119