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Vertrag von Versailles : Propaganda postcard showing unchained hands tearing up the Treaty of Versailles. Slightly worn, genuine use as a Feldpost from Fahr Ersatz Abteilung 17 in 1940, with Stockerau, Austria CDS and red provisional Feldpost line cancel. Scarce.
US$159
Ich gab meine Stimme dem Fuehrer / I gave my vote to the Leader (Hitler): Propaganda leaflet / postcard for the rigged Anschluss vote in 1938 that allowed Hitler to 'legally' annex Austria. Slightly worn, very good condition, as per scans. Scarce.
US$119
Scarce Austrian Republic I Ganzsache / postal stationery entire overprinted with a swastika and revaluation (6pf on 12pf). Top unused condition.
US$69
Scarce Austrian Republic I Ganzsache / postal stationery entire overprinted with a swastika and revaluation (6pf on 12pf). Top unused condition.
US$69
Scarce Austrian Republic I Ganzsache / postal stationery entire overprinted with a swastika and revaluation (6pf on 12pf). Top unused condition.
US$69
Scarce Austrian Republic I Kartenbrief Ganzsache / postal stationery entire overprinted with a swastika and revaluation (12pf on 14pf). Top unused condition.
US$92
Rarest card from the scarce Anschluss series for the annexation of Austria, produced by Stocker Verlag in Graz. Slightly worn at the corners, good unused condition.
US$579
NS official postcard from the Wels Cultural Office showing the Wels Rathaus dressed in its post-Anschluss gear.
US$99
Scarce postcard for the annexation of Austria in 1938, aka 'The Anschluss', used in Hitler's birthday and at the Nuremberg Reichsparteitag / Party Rally in Nuernberg in the same year,
US$169
Scarce card from the Anschluss series for the annexation of Austria, produced by Stocker Verlag in Graz. Unused
US$469
Scarce card from the Anschluss series for the annexation of Austria, produced by Stocker Verlag in Graz. Souvenir use with German stamps used in Vienna, with special cancel Austellung Kaempf um Wien / Exhibition Battle for Vienna.
US$469
Hanke color portrait card used in Anschluss-era Austria with mixed German franking and Austrian cancels for Hitler's birthday.
US$81
Deutsches Frauenwrk Mutterdienst (Nazi German Mother's) organization id card, used in Ostmark Austria, Stiermark, 1943. Top condition.
US$57
Real photo postcard for the annexation of Austria in 1938, aka 'The Anschluss'.
US$149
Men, it's time! Popular anti-Semitic card from the Anschluss series for the annexation of Austria, produced by Stocker Verlag in Graz. Top condition. Used with Vienna Anti-Communist Expo cancel cachet.
US$209
Scarce postcard for the annexation of Austria in 1938, aka 'The Anschluss'. "From the youngest to the oldest man, the entire people advance as one team." Published from the NS press in Zittau in 1934.
US$57
Men, it's time! Popular anti-Semitic card from the Anschluss series for the annexation of Austria, produced by Stocker Verlag in Graz. Top condition. Used with Stuttgart Expat Germans souvenir cancel and Graz cachet.
US$209
Return receipt notification for delivery of package sent from Vienna to an unfortunate inmate of the Theresienstadt / Terezin Ghetto / Camp. Scarce.
US$119
Postal stationery card from KLV Lager Wildabad in Reuth on the Tegernsee lake in Austria. The Kinder-Land-Verschickung (KLV) Lager system cared for German children and tried to keep them out of harms way during WWII.
US$41
Cover (with contents) from KLV Lager Wildabad in Reuth on the Tegernsee lake in Austria. The Kinder-Land-Verschickung (KLV) Lager system cared for German children and tried to keep them out of harms way during WWII.
US$34
Receipt for package sent to an unfortunate inmate in Gestapo Kliene Festung prison in the Theresienstadt / Terezin Ghetto / Concentration camp.
US$41
Receipt for package sent to an unfortunate inmate in Gestapo Kliene Festung prison in the Theresienstadt / Terezin Ghetto / Concentration camp.
US$41
Revenue document with five 30g Austrian revenue stamps used in 1939 for a Police pass for a stateless woman (presumed Jewish), Helma Harnisch. The pass states that she is awaiting an American travel visa and there is nothing against her (no outstanding charges, etc.) Separating along folds, worn.
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
Official cover with 2x12pf party symbol stamps from the Geheimstaatspolizei (GESTAPO) in Dresden. With the police office red cachet front and back.
US$69
Feldpost from member of SS Infanterie Regiment 2 SS-Panzergrenadier-Division Totenkopf (TK)
US$29
Feldpost from member of SS Infanterie Regiment 1 SS-Panzergrenadier-Division Totenkopf (TK), FPN31256.
US$29
Feldpost from member of SS Infanterie Regiment 1 SS-Panzergrenadier-Division Totenkopf (TK), FPN31256.
US$29
Cover sent from Vienna to KLV Lager Gasthof Frick on the Attersee lake in Austria. The Kinder-Land-Verschickung (KLV) Lager system cared for German children and tried to keep them out of harms way during WWII. Based on other correspondence, this is to Emmerich Geyser, the camp leader / senior teacher, going back home. A bit worn, good condition, as per scans. With three pages of typewritten contents, some talking about the camp leadership, ration cards, and about the continual air raids on Vienna, e.g. "An attack on Monday, especially around Floridsdorf left many wounded but few dead...Thursday was the next alarm.. now enemy squadrons cross over every hour and a half..."
US$46
Cover sent from Vienna to KLV Lager Gasthof Frick on the Attersee lake in Austria. The Kinder-Land-Verschickung (KLV) Lager system cared for German children and tried to keep them out of harms way during WWII. Based on other correspondence, this is to Emmerich Geyser, the camp leader / senior teacher, going back home. A bit worn, good condition, as per scans. With long contents from shortly before the Soviets took the city.
US$34