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German WWII-occupied General Government Poland Dienstmarke / Official stamp with the vlaue dpuble printed. Very rare. Postfrisch / mint never hinged with Doerrenbach VPEV photo cert. '19 CV EUR500 as MNH
US$399
German WWII-occupied General Government Poland imperf stamp. Mit Falz, mint hinged. '18 CV EUR150 as MNH
US$39
German WWII Occupied General Government Poland Feldeisenbahn / Field Train travel railway pass permit fee stamp.
US$25
German WWII Occupied General Government Poland Feldeisenbahn / Field Train travel railway pass permit fee stamp.
US$15
German WWII-occupied General Government Poland imperf stamp. Postfrisch / Mint never hinged. '18 CV EUR70
US$35
German WWII Occupied General Government Poland Feldeisenbahn / Field Train travel railway pass permit fee stamp.
US$15
German WWII-occupied General Government Poland imperf stamp. Postfrisch / Mint never hinged. '18 CV EUR70
US$35
German WWII Occupied General Government Poland Feldeisenbahn / Field Train travel railway pass permit fee stamp.
US$15
German WWII-occupied General Government Poland imperf stamp. Postfrisch / Mint never hinged. '18 CV EUR70
US$35
German WWII-occupied General Government Poland imperf stamp. Postfrisch / Mint never hinged. '18 CV EUR70
US$35
German WWII-occupied General Government Poland imperf stamp. Mit Falz, mint hinged. '18 CV EUR150 as MNH
US$39
German-occupied General Government (GGov) Poland card sent by a Jewish man in the Warsaw Ghetto to Seine, France August of 1941. Handstamped Judenrat Warschau / Jewish Council [of Elders] Warsaw in the upper left by his name. Worn, folded, as per scans. With large red censor. A rare, genuinely used piece of Jewish history.
US$199
German WWII-Occupied General Government Poland minister's folder from Deutsche Post Osten with heavy embossed card covers containing the first full set of the GGov Poland large-format official stamps hinged on embossed card pages. Very scarce and attractive, in fine condition.
US$299
German WWII-Occupied General Government Poland minister's folder from Deutsche Post Osten with heavy embossed card covers containing the first full set of GGov Poland Hitler-head stamps of 1941 (Mi71-82) hinged on embossed card pages. Very scarce and attractive, in fine condition.
US$249
German WWII-Occupied General Government Poland minister's folder from Deutsche Post Osten with GGov Poland stamps for Hitler's Birthday (Mi89-91) on Japan paper, tied by Hitler Birthday special cancels. Front of cover lightly wrinkled
US$249
Rare essay for unissued Litzmannstadt / Lodz, Poland stamp showing Elder's Council head Chaim Rumkowski, locally produced for use in the Jewish Ghetto. Printed in smooth metallic ink, original gum, lightly toned, reverse. Super sharp original printing, unlike the grainy reproductions you find on the unnamed larger website out West.
US$499
Rare Litzmannstadt / Lodz, Poland stamp showing Elder's Council head Chaim Rumkowski, locally produced for use in the Jewish Ghetto. Expertized reverse by T. Grzewski. Mint no gum (as issued) on heavy card paper.
US$449
Rare Litzmannstadt / Lodz, Poland stamp proof showing Elder's Council head Chaim Rumkowski, locally produced for use in the Jewish Ghetto. Expertized reverse by Sellschopp and Pickenpack. Mint no gum (as issued) printed on a reused form, not the normal heavy card paper. Rare.
US$499
Rare Litzmannstadt / Lodz, Poland stamp showing Elder's Council head Chaim Rumkowski, locally produced for use in the Jewish Ghetto. Expertized reverse by KB Zierer and T. Grzewsky. Mint no gum (as issued) printed on heavy card paper. This is the scarcer bluish green (vs olive) color variety.
US$449
Litzmannstadt / Lodz, Poland stamp set showing Elder's Council head Chaim Rumkowski, locally produced for use in the Jewish Ghetto. Expertized reverse by Franz and printed on vertially rippled paper (as called for in Michel). MNG as issued.
US$229
Card from Lodsch / Lodz / Litzmannstadt Ghetto, stationery with imprint of 'Der Aelteste der Juden in Litzmannstadt' / 'The [Council of] Jewish Elders from Chaim Rumkowski. Slightly worn, soiled, genuinely used condition. A real piece of Jewish history. Note that the middle name 'Sara' was inserted in the address, and sara was used as the middle name for both sender and receiver reverse. Due to the Anti-Semitic Nuremberg laws Jewish women had to use "Sara" as a middle name and men had to use "Israel", so everyone would always know the person was Jewish. We've had court papers documenting the prosecution of individuals for not using these names as directed by law.
US$169
Unusual cover from the Lodsch / Lodz / Litzmannstadt Ghetto. Returned to sender and marked "In hebraischer und jiddischer Sprache verboten" / "Hebrew and Yiddish language forbidden". Excpet for some misspelling I'm not sure what offended the censor, though all the contents reverse are crossed out with a red X.
US$179
Cover from the Lodsch / Lodz / Litzmannstadt Ghetto. Censor mark in red at upper left. Small tear at top and folded in center, with long message reverse. "...I am only allowed to write 8 lines. So this composition will be 'stenographic' as they say. My appendix pain has not improved...to Alois, the Eastern Front Fighter, send my greetings...Johann".
US$149
Card from Lodsch / Lodz / Litzmannstadt Ghetto, stationery with imprint of 'Der Aelteste der Juden in Litzmannstadt' / 'The [Council of] Jewish Elders from Chaim Rumkowski. Slightly worn, good, genuinely used condition. A real piece of Jewish history.
US$169
German-occupied General Government (GGov) Poland card sent by a Jewish man in the Warsaw Ghetto to (Russian) Dnipropetrovsk, Ukraine via Dorpat in May of 1941. Handstamped Judenrat Warschau / Jewish Council [of Elders] Warsaw in the upper left by his name. Such a sending was possible only for a short period between the time the Ghetto was established by the Germans at the end of 1940 and Operation Barbarossa, when the Germans invaded Russia on June 22, 1941, just ten days before this was received on June 12th (see the CCCP receiver cancel). Creased in center and edges. With large red Ab censor. A rare, genuinely used piece of Jewish history.
US$499
German-occupied General Government (GGov) Poland card sent from the Warsaw Ghetto to Switzerland in 1941. Handstamped Judenrat Warschau / Jewish Council [of Elders] Warsaw in the upper left by their name. With long message reverse.
US$189
Card over from Lodsch / Lodz / Litzmannstadt Ghetto, stationery with imprint of 'Der Aelteste der Juden in Litzmannstadt' / 'The [Council of] Jewish Elders from Chaim Rumkowski. Slightly worn, good, genuinely used condition. A real piece of Jewish history.
US$169
Unusual cover from the Lodsch / Lodz / Litzmannstadt Ghetto, censored and returned due to the contents being disallowed -- supplemental marking handstamp: "Inhalt Unzulassig" / "Contents not Permitted". The offending lines are marked in red.
US$179
Four year anniversary of the invasion of Poland: Tag der NSDAP / Day of the National Socialist Worker's Party, with Krakau event CDS.
US$15
Germany 2nd Anniversary of Generalgouvernement (GGov) / General Government Poland propaganda card, used with memorial cancel of same. Top condition.
US$49