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Private Real Photo RPPC of home in Trier, sent on the Graf Zeppelin LZ127's 1929 first ever round the world flight. Flown the entire way: Friedrichshafen - Tokyo - Los Angeles - Lakehurst - Friedrichshafen with handstamp for the complete trip, Friedrichshafen receiver, and Luftschiff Graf Zeppelin Weltrundfahrt cachet. '17 CV EUR250, '01 CV EUR600
US$289
USA-France catapult flight cover marked 'Resumption of Catapult Air Mail Service... Via SS Ile de France'. A bit worn, good used condition, as per scans.
US$81
US German Sea Post cover with Spanish Civil War franking sent to France , but redirected (where?) and marked Missent. A bit worn, good used condition, as per scans. Most unusual
US$64
USA Lindbergh cachet cover franked with 25c Niagara Falls Bureau issue and sent airmail from San Jaun, Puerto Rico to Grenada, British West Indies. A bit worn, good condition, as per scans. With San Juan Paramaribo First Flight cachet. Port of Spain, Trinidad receiver reverse.
US$57
A real oddity - USA cover franked with a 5c Washington-Franklin issue stamp, tied along with a 3p KGV. With NYC way cancell, and Winterthur receiver tying a 30c Swiss postage due. Worn and wrinkled, but a genuine usage of -- what?
US$69
Cover from New York to an Italian priest interned in Missoula, Montana, with US censor mark: 'Detained Alien Enemy Mail Examined'. Rare.
US$159
USA airmail cover with 50c and 20c DC10 Transport Plane issue, sent From Long Beach to Melbourne.
US$34
Cover franked with 5c Beacon airmail stamp sent to the Commissioner of Patents in Washington DC, delayed due to wrecked mail plane, and then returned to attorney unclaimed.
US$57
USA transatlantic cover to the occupied Netherlands, returned with handstamp 'Returned to Sender Service Suspended' and label 'Returned to Sender by Censor'. Somewhat worn, in very good, genuinely used condition, as per scans.
US$92
Recovered cover from crash of Riddle Airlines crash at Hollywood, South Carolina in 1955. Worn, wrinkled, of course.
US$76
Delay due to auir mail interruption near Salt Lake City Utah supplementary markings. A bit worn, very good original condition.
US$76
Zeppelin illustrated cover flown on the USS Los Angeles LZ126 ZR3's first flight to Puerto Rico. A bit worn and soiled, decent condition, as per scans.
US$81
Hydroplane Mail, New Orleans - Pilottown, LA, handdstamped 'Too Late' and also 'Guaranteed Flown' (on reverse) to British Honduras
US$119
USA APO 512 airmail cover from Caserta as the Allies fought their way up the boot of italy. A bit worn, wrinkled, in genuinely used condition, as per scans. The pink on the reverse is a reflection, not on the cover.
US$29
Cover flown on the Graf Zeppelin's return trip from Chicago's Century of Progress Exhibition in 1933. Slightly worn, excellent condition, as per scans. '01 CV EUR175
US$99
Slightly faulty $1 Columbian Exposition stamp. Original gum, mint hinged, thinned at top. '18 CV $1000
US$289
Faulty $1 Columbian Exposition stamp. In my opinion it has been regummed over a filled thin, with a tiny (1mm) tear at top perf. '18 CV $500 as no gum. Good centering, appears much nicer than the filler that it is.
US$229
Mint no gum or extremely lightly used $2 Columbian Exposition stamp. '18 CV $500 as no gum, $525 as used. Really nice color.
US$229
Original folded cover with three 5c Jefferson stamps, sent to basel Switzerland with New Orelans cancels, transit marks, British Packet cancel, and Basel receiver reverse. Under a maginifying glass I can see a tiny (ca 1-2mm) tear at one perf on the left stamp. Exhibit-quality condition.
US$229
Original Civil War period cover, sent from port Royal, South Carolina to West Winsted, Connecticut
US$29
Original, period, Real Photo Postcard (RPPC) of airships / blimps / Zeppelins (not true Zepps, I know) at the US naval Air Station in Pensacola, FL in 1920. Written in Spanish but uncanceled. A bit worn, as per scans. Rare view of early US 'air power'.
US$69
Original period Real RPPC postcard of the Grotto of the Redemption, used with 1c Washington Prexie and West bend, Iowa machine cancel. Creae upper left else good condition.
US$22
German cover flown on the Graf Zeppelin LZ127 airship's 1929 Deutschlandfahrt / Germany Flight, with Bordpost / On Board cancel. Dropped at Brand with CDSs from that town tying the President Hindenburg, Ebert, and airmail mixed franking. Slightly worn, excellent condition. '17 CV EUR380
US$389
Original period Real RPPC postcard of 3rd Street, used with 2c Washington-Franklin issue Washington 2c stamp Portland machine cancel, sent to Zurich, Switzerland.
US$46
Original period postcard of Van Ness Avenue in San Francisco after the 1906 earthquake. Used in the period, with 1906 Vallejo, CA machine cancel tying pair of 1c Franlkin bureaus and sent to Goppingen, Wuerttemberg, Germany.
US$34
Original period postcard of Stanford Memorial Church in San Francisco (Palo Alto) after the 1906 earthquake. Used in the period, with 1906 Vallejo, CA machine cancel tying pair of 1c Franklin bureaus and sent to Goppingen, Wuerttemberg, Germany. A bit worn, good condition, as per scans.
US$34
Original period President Liners advertising postcard sent from Hawaii with Honolulu machine cancel tying Washington and Franklin stamps, sent to Basel, Switzerland. A bit worn, good condition, as per scans.
US$34
A bit wrinkled; excellent condition and better than average for one of these. '18 CV $20+.
US$23
Postcard of Camp Siegfried, Yaphank, Long Island for the German American Bund (An American arm of the Nazi party) with American Hitler Youth under the flags of the USA, the German Empire, and the Third Reich. A bit unusual, to say the least. Logo on the reverse - "Erste Detusche Sommersiedlung 'Sigfried' Geschaffen vom Bund: "Freund des Neuen Deutschland" - The First Summer Encampment "Siegfried" established by the "Friends of New Germany". Toned reverse, as per scans, but a rare, one-of-a-kind souvenir of the misguided use of political freedom.
US$409
Original period postcard ca 1914 from Germany. Shows heavily embossed images of all of the then-current USA gold coins. In top condition
US$57