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Id/PicTitle/DescriptionPrice
'Deutschland den Deutschen - Dei "Deutschvoelkische Zeitungswoche" in 1921 Heidelberg, der hochburg des Judentums' / 'Germany for the Germans - the "German People's Newspaper Week" in 1921 Heidelberg, capital of Judaism.' 1921 Anti-Semitic card with protesters marching with Anti-Jewish signs in Heidelberg. Rare, extremely early NSDAP card showing their xenophobic hatred.
US$899
Rare prison correspondence for Jewish family Cohn (documents were together, same last name, so I'm assuming the same family) arrested in Berlin and sent to Plotzensee and Tegel prisons. Many documents, with permits to visit, sentencing, belongings, etc. The most unusual is a certificate assigning a Rabbi to his pastoral care: "Der Rabbiner Joseph versieht weiterhin die seelsorgerische Betreuung fuer hier einsitzende Untersuchungshaeftling mosaischen Glaubens." / "Rabbi Joe continues to provide pastoral care for the understated remand prisoner of the Mosaic faith." Most documents relate to Polly Cohn, but also Martin and Leo. In addition there are a few Litzmanstadt Ghetto unused documents. The date of arrests vs the date of the documents show that they were imprisoned for several years (1937-1940) at least. I didn't find matching names and bithdates in the Holocaust database, so hopefully they somehow survived the war.
US$799
Registered Tunisie / Tunis postcard routed through Marseille and Paris to be flown on the Graf Zeppelin LZ127 airship's 1933 2. Suedamerikafahrt (SAF) / 2nd South America flight. Mi305a, '17 CV EUR750; Sieger CV EUR750.
US$699
Vatican City-Italy mixed frank postcard flown on the Graf Zeppelin LZ127 airship's 1933 Rome Italy flight. Nice card, franked with an Italian 3L Zeppelin stamp and with the Italian machine cancel reverse. Mi 304Ca, '17 and '01 CV EUR750
US$699
German SW Africa / Deutsche Suedwestafrika registered cover franked with Michel 7 stamps; folded, worn and toned, as per scan, but a real show piece -- contains a block of 16 plus a pair on either end for a total of 20 10pf stamps. Registered at Windhoek and sent to Berlin, with Bestellt vom Postamte 8 receiver reverse.
US$699
Juda - an original hand-painted proof for a series of French Anti-Semitic postcards (marked 'Entwurf' reverse. Features caricatures of "enemies of the state", such as Kurt Schuschnigg, former Chancellor of Austria who by this time was already in the Dachau concentration camp. From an original Luftwaffe officer's period 1943 memorial album from his station in occupied Paris. Top condition. One of a kind in this format -- no one else can have one!
US$599
Juda - an original hand-painted proof for a series of French Anti-Semitic postcards (marked 'Entwurf' reverse. From an original Luftwaffe officer's period 1943 memorial album from his station in occupied Paris. Top condition. One of a kind in this format -- no one else can have one!
US$599
Juda - an original hand-painted proof for a series of French Anti-Semitic postcards (marked 'Entwurf' reverse. From an original Luftwaffe officer's period 1943 memorial album from his station in occupied Paris. Top condition. One of a kind in this format -- no one else can have one!
US$599
Juda - an original hand-painted proof for a series of French Anti-Semitic postcards (marked 'Entwurf' reverse. From an original Luftwaffe officer's period 1943 memorial album from his station in occupied Paris. Top condition. One of a kind in this format -- no one else can have one!
US$599
Lasst uns nicht im Stich! / Don't leave us in the Lurch! Rehinpfalz donation card for SA men imprisoned for wearing their Nazi uniforms. Slightly worn and toned reverse. RARE card.
US$599
Original, private Real Photo RPPC of the pioneer Zeppelin "Viktoria Luise", flown on the airship with Bordpost cancels. A bit worn, very good condition, as per scans. Mi11C, '17 CV EUR500. Franked with 5pf Germania stamp.
US$499
Photographic collection of Waffen SS man with the 17th SS Panzer-Grenadier Division "Goetz von Berchlingen"; 53 pictures in total (all are shown in the scans). Most of the photos are annotated with dates (e.g. Arolsen '40, Hilversum / H'sum '42) -- most in the Netherlands but also Poland. There are several officers, weapons firing, platoon photos, etc.
US$499
Documents for Jewish prisoner Heinz "Israel" Blumenthal, arrested in Berlin and sent to Plotzensee and then Moabit prisons. There are documents from sentencing, incarceration, and transfer, as well as a visit from his wife Margaret. Due to the Nuremberg Laws, all Jewish men had to use "Israel" as their middle name to mark them as Jewish in correspondence, so all documents refer to Mr Blumenthal as Hans "Israel" or H.I.
US$499
Original Real Photo RPPC of passengers in the gondola of the pioneer Zeppelin "Hansa", flown on the airship with Bordpost / on-board cancels from 1913. A bit worn, very good condition, as per scans. Mi13Bg, '17 CV EUR350, Sieger CV EUR550. Franked with 5pf Germania stamp.
US$499
Poem "Das Hakenkreuz" / "The Swastika" "dedicated to all of German blood by 'Preist-Poet' Ottokar Kernstock", circa 1928. From the Hilfsbundes der Deutsch-Oesterreicher / Aid Society of German-Austrians. Scarce early Austrian-German card presaging the Anschluss.
US$399
Zinnowitz den Deutschen / Zinnowitz of the Germans, home of "the German Spirit" and "the best of the people's movement". Rare early local Nazi movement postcard circa 1921. Bent corners else excellent unused condition.
US$399
Swiss cover flown on the Graf Zeppelin LZ127 airship's Amerikafahrt / American flight. Slightly worn, high value franking, as per scans. '17 CV EUR350 ++. Mi27
US$299
Flown Dornier DO-X card from Dresden to Lansdowne, Philadelphia via Brazil and Ocean City, NJ. With Lansdowne July 8 receiver reverse. A bit worn, good condition, as per scans. Canceled in Friedrichshafen cancel in November 1930, and with Dornier DO-X double-circle CDS from Jan 30, 1931. Took quite a long time to get from one place to the other. Good 4RM Zeppelin single franking.
US$299
German cover flown on the Graf Zeppelin LZ127's Vaduz flight of 1930. Sieger CV EUR550, Mi104Ib EUR450. Little worn, wrinkled. Looks much better in hand. With Bordpost / on-board cancel.
US$249
Original cover from the Saargebiet flown on the Graf Zeppelin's 1929 Weltrundfahrt / Round-the-World trip, on the Friedrichshafen to Los Angeles leg. A bit worn, toned. According to Michel only 72 total cards/covers from the Saar were flown on this leg. Mi CV EUR550 ++ high-value franking.
US$249
German card intended to be on flown on the Graf Zeppelin LZ127 airship's planned Oct 17 flight from Breslau, but when that flight was cencled instead went on the 1930 Boeblingen Flight. Slightly worn, excellent condition, as per scans. Mi46II '17 CV EUR250.
US$229
Original Wien / Vienna Parliament Real Photo RPPC postcard flown on the Graf Zeppelin Airship's 1929 Orientfahrt; sent from Wien / Vienna, franked with Austrian airmails, and with Gummi / rubber handstamp cachet. A bit worn, corner creases. '01 CV EUR275. Scarce destination - Beisan / Baysan, Palestine Mandate.
US$199
Attractviely used Real Photo RPPC showing the Graf Zeppelin in flight, used on the Balkanfahrt / Balkans Flight, with Bordpost / On-Board cancel, Bukarest / Bucharest and Prague receivers. Sieger 2001 CV EUR250.
US$199
Feldpost cover from civilian member of the Volkssturm being trained in Wetzlar, with long contents. "It is very cold here. We were out doing battle practice all morning... the stupid thing is the barracks have no heated rooms... tactics, always tactics, are the main thing here. The busines is very nice, with almost all former officers with very few exceptions.[more on their excercises and what they eat]... Our service ends Sunday and we get to travel home early Monday morning...I don't know if you are getting any of these letters. There is no mail here...greetings and kisses from your Daddy."
US$199
Original, period, Real Photo RPPC showing revolutionary machine gun guards under cover in a Berlin graveyard (not the name plaque and burial mound at left) during the Kapp Putsch in March of 1920. By Michaelis of Berlin, signed in the negative at bottom.
US$199
Feldpost from 3. Kp Versuchs Regiment / 3rd Company Test Regiment unit working at the earliest stages of the V2/A4 rocket program. With filled file hole-punch
US$199
Real Photo RPPC of German Nationalist People's party / Deutschnationale Volkspartei (DNVP) members representing their faction at the 1919 Nationalversammlung in Weimar / Weimar National Assembly. (See Wikipedia on the right-wing group). Used with Weimar Versammlung stamp set and FDC event cancels.
US$199
Original Feldpost / sailor's mail from famous WWII Unterseeboot (U-Boot) / submarine U126 under Kapitaenleutnant Ernst Bauer, which sank many Allied ships before being sunk itself off of Spain on 7/3/1943, with a loss of all hands. Served primarily out of Lorient, France. From FPN40082 (the U126) and sent through FPN25522, Kommando der 2nd U-Flottille. With long contents
US$199
Bayerisch Freiwilliger Regiment 14, FP #3007, Grodno, Litauen / Lithuania and then later in Suwalki. Cover with contents (in German). As listed in ArGe Deutsche Feldpost 1914-1918, Borlinghaus, p.598. Scarce Grenzschutz Ost original feldpost cover.
US$199
A Real Photo Postcard (RPPC) photograph of Panzerkampfwagen (PzKfw) aka a tank with Regierungstruppe / Reichswehr / Freikorps in Berlin during the violent Strassenkampf or 'street battles' that took place between the left wing Spartakists / Communists and the center-right (Socialists, Imperialists, and Freikorps in an uneasy alliance) as both sides attempted to seize power. After early Communist victories the Socialist-Right Wing coalition (led by Friedrich Ebert) eventually won. Later, though, many of those same Freikorps soldiers turned on the Republic they helped found, yet despised, and joined the SA, where their street muscle was used by a certain Austrian corporal to propel himself into power.
US$189