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A Flugblatter / propaganda leaflet for use against allied troops from the Indian areas. The reverse is in Hindi and Urdu. The front shows the V1 logo floating over London burning, while Churchill pulls a wagon with the wealth of India in it. The code at the bottom of the leaflet is Delta 146 / 8 44. An excellent article on the subject can be found here: http://www.psywarrior.com/AxisPropIndia.html. Slightly soiled and trimmed at top, else very good condition. Rare.
US$399
Queen Victoria 6 Annas postal stationery to Wien / Vienna in 1894. A bit worn, folded along bottom, as per scans. With Wellesley Street Calcutta CDS.
US$15
Incoming British India airmail cover expedited through the Austrian Rohrpost / pneumatic mail system of underground tubes around Wien / Vienna. Worn, wrinkled, Bedarfserhaltung / commercially used condition, as per scan; these were generally folded to fit in the small Rohrpost cartridges.
US$39
Original, period map of Egypt from Jean Baptiste d'Anville's huge 1784 Atlas of Antiquity. The atlas was elephant folio size (double folio), which translates into a page size ca 37x57cm. (15x22.5 inches) -- image is ca 31x48.5cm. Slightly worn, on very heavy paper, in quite good condition, as per scan. An very attractive antique copperplate map.
US$449
Original, double-page period map of the ancient world from Jean Baptiste d'Anville's huge 1784 Atlas of Antiquity. The atlas was elephant folio size (double folio), which translates into individual sheets ca 76x57cm. (30x22.5 inches) with 1-3cm margins. Pretty worn, as per scan, with marginal tears, stains, chips, etc.; but, properly matted to the neat line would be a very attractive wall piece.
US$499
Original, double-page, period map of the cradle of civilization around the Tigris and Euphrates rivers -- particularly Iraq and Arabia -- from Jean Baptiste d'Anville's huge 1784 Atlas of Antiquity. The atlas was elephant folio size (double folio), which translates into individual sheets ca 76x57cm. (30x22.5 inches) -- imcage ca 51x43cm. Slightly worn, on very heavy paper, baring some marginal staining in quite good condition, as per scan. An very attractive antique copperplate map.
US$699
Original, double-page, period map of India from Jean Baptiste d'Anville's huge 1784 Atlas of Antiquity. The atlas was elephant folio size (double folio), which translates into individual sheets ca 76x57cm. (30x22.5 inches) -- image ca 38x41cm. Slightly worn, on very heavy paper, in quite good condition, as per scan. An very attractive antique copperplate map.
US$749
Imperforate Azad Hind / Free India stamps created to support the Indian troops gathered in theory to open another front against the British Empire, in India, still under British dominion. The threat never was carried through, and the most tangible result was these stamps
US$19
Imperforate Azad Hind / Free India stamps created to support the Indian troops gathered in theory to open another front against the British Empire, in India, still under British dominion. The threat never was carried through, and the most tangible result was these stamps
US$19
Imperforate Azad Hind / Free India stamps created to support the Indian troops gathered in theory to open another front against the British Empire, in India, still under British dominion. The threat never was carried through, and the most tangible result was these stamps
US$19
Imperforate Azad Hind / Free India stamps created to support the Indian troops gathered in theory to open another front against the British Empire, in India, still under British dominion. The threat never was carried through, and the most tangible result was these stamps
US$19
Imperforate Azad Hind / Free India stamps created to support the Indian troops gathered in theory to open another front against the British Empire, in India, still under British dominion. The threat never was carried through, and the most tangible result was these stamps
US$19
Imperforate Azad Hind / Free India stamps created to support the Indian troops gathered in theory to open another front against the British Empire, in India, still under British dominion. The threat never was carried through, and the most tangible result was these stamps
US$19