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Danzig Germany 1920 1st OP Issue 2.50M Single Frank Registered Cover
US$99
Danzig Germany 1920 issue 40pf so-called 'kleiner Innendienst' multiple frank, registered express cover, expertized 38a (dark carmine red color) by Infla Berlin. CV EUR1350.
US$749
Danzig Germany 1920 issue 40pf so-called 'kleiner Innendienst' multiple frank, registered express cover, expertized 38a (dark carmine red color) by Infla Berlin. CV EUR1350.
US$749
Danzig Germany 1920 issue 40pf so-called 'kleiner Innendienst' multiple frank, registered express cover, expertized 38a (dark carmine red color) by Infla Berlin. CV EUR1350.
US$749
Original postcard to Frei Stadt Danzig, once part of Poland, then Germany, then a free city, and now once again Poland (since WWII). A bit worn, bent corners, as per scan. From Greece.
US$129
Luftwaffe Fliegerhorst feldpost with scarce Danzig I 'dzg' double-circle Danzig feldpost cancel.
US$129
Original WWII cover franked with stamps of Frei Stadt Danzig -- once part of Poland, then Germany, then a free city, and then re-annexed by Germany -- overprinted for use in greater Germany. Registered, with backstamp.
US$349
Original WWII cover franked with single 2RM stamnp of Frei Stadt Danzig -- once part of Poland, then Germany, then a free city, and then re-annexed by Germany -- overprinted for use in greater Germany.
US$149
Original post-WWI cover from Frei Stadt Danzig, once part of Poland, then Germany, then a free city, and now once again Poland (since WWII). Pretty worn as per scan. 1929 Danzig International Stamp Show set, on show-issue stationary cover and with event cancel. Sender Jozef Goldberger, expertized Infla Berlin reverse.
US$80
Original WWII cover franked with stamps of Frei Stadt Danzig -- once part of Poland, then Germany, then a free city, and then re-annexed by Germany -- overprinted for use in greater Germany. Registered express, with backstamp.
US$149
Original WWII cover franked with stamps of Frei Stadt Danzig -- once part of Poland, then Germany, then a free city, and then re-annexed by Germany -- overprinted for use in greater Germany. Registered express, with backstamp.
US$179
Original post-WWI card from Frei Stadt Danzig, once part of Poland, then Germany, then a free city, and now once again Poland (since WWII). Private Ganzsachen / postal stationary card for the January 1939 Tag der Briefmarke (TdB) / Stamp Day show, and with event cancel.
US$129
Original post-WWI cover from Frei Stadt Danzig, once part of Poland, then Germany, then a free city, and now once again Poland (since WWII). A bit worn, as per scan.
US$39
Danzig Exhibition with the event commemorative cancel; the reverse is never hinged. '17 CV EUR110
US$55
Scarce double overprint on Germania stamp, for use in the free city of Danzig after WWI. '14 CV EUR300
US$169
Expertized Dr Oechsner BPP, very fine condition. Horizontal pairs from the sheet are quite scarce since the coils usually come in vertical rolls; used as such are especially difficult: CV EUR400
US$199
Rare card from Zoppot (Danzig) with coil stamps used on this card to Belgium. The second stamp from the right is a margin single -- the end margins on these were folded over and attached to the stamp to make the coil (these were printed in sheets, not rolls, and thus were hand made), please see the Michel specialized catalog for details.
US$79
Original Danzig postcard franked with airmails and Scientist series, sent via air with Danzig Luftpost cancels, intended to be flown on the Graf Zeppelin LZ130, thus carrying the Deutschlandfahrt 1939 Zeppelin cachet and Flugpost Rhein Main cancel, but because this flight was canceled it was forwarded by regular post after arriving in Frankfurt. '17 CV EUR300.
US$279