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Germany 1912 postcard from the pioneering Rhein-Main airline flown by the Schwaben Zeppelin and the "Gelber Hund" aircraft. A little worn, wrinkled at edges, as per scan. Franked with the 10Pf semi-postal 'Goose' airmail stamp, Michel I. Scarce, Sieger-listed variant ("ha" + EUR100) with printed advertising for the Berliner Allgemeine Zeitung (newspaper) reverse. Sieger CV EUR175
US$149
Ganzsache / Postal stationery entire card for flights of the "Viktoria Luise" Zeppelin and pioneering Euler airplane, canceled in Wiesbaden. '17 CV EUR250++ sent to the Ministry of Education in Paris, France. Slightly worn, toned, as per scans Foreign destinations for these Zeppelins are rare.
US$199
Berlin Luftpost / airmail card sent during the German inflationary period. A bit worn, good, genuine used condition, as per scans.
US$29
German Luftschiffer Abteilung 27 - Ballonzug 71 / Airship Detachment, Balloon Platoon 71 estate lot with a 100M Wertbrief / money letter sent Feldpost(!) to the airman, along with a collection of 20 original unit photographs of the crew moving, inflating, raising, flying, etc the airship. (Photo size ca 17.5x12.5 cm) A rare opportunity.
US$1199
Old-time collection of circa 59 German Empire, WWI-era military seals. All affixed to stiff board pages, with some age toning, as per scans. Each page is about 9x5 inches.
US$60
British WWII propaganda forgery for Germany showing Himmler chaining a German civilian. Postfrisch / Mint Never Hinged with new Pieles photo cert. '17 CV EUR800... these propaganda forgeries have been going up every year. The last one I saw sold in Germany (May 2018) for EUR900 (with commission/exchange ca$1275)... one major European auction house is *starting* their forgeries at 2x Michel -- trying to get ahead of the curve, I guess.
US$899
German China so-called 'Petschili' cover franked with 40pf Germania Reichspost stamp, paying the correct registered rate to Hoeritz in Austrian Bohemia, with Peking CDS, Peking Deutsche Post Eingeschreiben label, and receiver reverse; sent from Josef Thurgut, an Artillery instructor on board the Austrian Panzerschiff SMS Kaiserin Elizabeth. Trimmed open slightly at left, top condition. An absolute rarity for several reasons.
US$1899
Monaco cover flown on the Graf Zeppelin LZ127 airship's 1933 Chicagofahrt / Chicago Flight and forwarded on to Rio de janeiro, Brazil. Slightly worn, top condition, as per scans. With registration label and high value franking front and back. '17 CV EUR950++
US$899
Original German cover flown on the Hindenburg Zeppelin airship's 1936 3rd North American return flight with Bordpost / on-board cancel. A bit worn, excellent condition , with attractive 1935 Costumes issue stamp franking. Mi23, '17 CV EUR80 (Sieger EUR100)
US$75
Calf Beach, Norwalk, Connecticut postcard flown on the Graf Zeppelin LZ127's USA-Germany leg of its August 1929 Round -the-World trip trip. A bit worn, good condition, as per scans.
US$35
Cover flown on the Hindenburg Zeppelin airship's 1st trip to America in 1936, and then back again, with both German and USA franking. A bit worn, wrinkled, marginal tearing, as per scans. An Sieger-unlisted variant of flight 409; Michel 12 variety CV EUR280.
US$149
Cover flown on the Hindenburg Zeppelin airship's return trip from America in 1936. A bit worn, wrinkled, tears at top, as per scans. Looks like a genuine commercial cover with single 50c Bureau franking.
US$49
Folded Feldpost cover from Panzer-Abteilung 506 with Tiger I's, and in August outfitted with Tiger II's. With contents.
US$59
Feldpost cover from Panzer-Abteilung 506 with Tiger I's, and then in August outfitted with Tiger II's. With contents.
US$59
Feldpost cover from Afrikakorps Schwere Panzer-Abteilung 501 outfitted with Panzer III's and Tiger I's. Scarce Heavy Panzer unit out of Africa. With contents.
US$79
Feldpost cover from Panzer-Abteilung 505 with Tiger I's, and then in September 1944 refitted with Tiger II's. Fought at Kursk and other locations on the Eastern Front.
US$59
Feldpost cover from Panzer-Abteilung 503 with Tiger I's, and then in April 1944 refitted with Tiger II's. Fought at Kharkov and in Operation Citadel. With contents.
US$59
Feldpost cover from Panzer-Abteilung 503 outfitted with Tiger I's, and then in April 1944 refitted with Tiger II's. Fought at Kharkov and in Operation Citadel.
US$59
Feldpost cover from Panzer-Abteilung 506 with Tiger I's, and then in August outfitted with Tiger II's. With long contents.
US$59
Feldpost cover from Panzer-Abteilung 506, outfitted with Tiger II's as of August. With long contents mentioning fighting at Arnhem and by Aachen.
US$69
Feldpost cover from Panzer-Abteilung 506 with Tiger I's, and then in August 1944 outfitted with Tiger II's. With long contents.
US$59
Feldpost cover from Panzer-Abteilung 502, the first unit outfitted with Tiger I's. With long contents.
US$59
Folded Feldpost cover from Panzer-Abteilung 508, outfitted with the Tiger I, fighting the losing battle up Italy (note the Italian cigarette labels sealing the reverse!). With long contents inside.
US$69
Germany Feldpost from Panzer Sturmgeschuetz-Abteilung 243/ Armored mobile 'storm' artillery unit with a fixed (non-rotating) heavy gun for anti-tank and infantry close support. With long contents.
US$29
Germany Feldpost from Panzer Sturmgeschuetzabteilung / Armored mobile 'storm' artillery unit with a fixed (non-rotating) heavy gun for anti-tank and infantry close support. With contents.
US$29
Germany Feldpost from schweres Werfer-Abteilung 132 / Heavy Rocket Unit 132. With long contents and photograph (ca 3x2.5inches).
US$49
Germany Feldpost from Panzer Sturmgeschuetzabteilung / Armored mobile 'storm' artillery unit with a fixed (non-rotating) heavy gun for anti-tank and infantry close support. With long contents.
US$29
Germany Feldpost from Panzer Sturmgeschuetzabteilung / Armored mobile 'storm' artillery unit with a fixed (non-rotating) heavy gun for anti-tank and infantry close support. With long contents and 'Open' Dienstsiegel / service cachet of Sturmgesch.Abt.239.
US$35
Germany Feldpost from Panzer Sturmgeschuetzabteilung / Armored mobile 'storm' artillery unit with a fixed (non-rotating) heavy gun for anti-tank and infantry close support. With long contents.
US$29
Germany Feldpost from Panzer Sturmgeschuetzabteilung / Armored mobile 'storm' artillery unit with a fixed (non-rotating) heavy gun for anti-tank and infantry close support. With long contents.
US$29