This page contains items from the German Third Reich. These are offered for historical purposes only and not in order to incite hatred or intolerance in any form. Our items have been used in multiple scholarly publications, donated to multiple museums (including at least one Holocaust museum), and appeared in multiple historical/antique television shows. We have been a respected member of the stamp-collecting community for over two decades. Our pieces are for serious collectors and historians only.
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Period Real Photo Postcard (RPPC) of Austrian Chancellor Engelbert Dollfuss with his children. Herr Dollfuss was assassinated on July 25, 1934 by right-wing putschists.
US$29
Incoming registered airmail cover from Argentina expedited through the Austrian Rohrpost / pneumatic mail system of underground tubes around Wien / Vienna. A bit worn, wrinkled, opened on three sides, Bedarfserhaltung / commercially used condition, as per scan; these were generally folded to fit in the small Rohrpost cartridges. The reverse is covered with receivers and way cancels.
US$35
Austrian 1st Republic express cover from Linz expedited through the Wiener Rohrpost / Viennese pneumatic mail system of underground tubes, with German franking. A bit worn, wrinkled, Bedarfserhaltung / commercially used condition, as per scan; these were generally folded to fit in the small Rohrpost cartridges.
US$39
Incoming airmail cover from Johannesburg, South Africa, expedited through Greece and then the Austrian Rohrpost / pneumatic mail system of underground tubes around Wien / Vienna. A bit worn, Bedarfserhaltung / commercially used condition, as per scan; these were generally folded to fit in the small Rohrpost cartridges. With Athens, Wien Flugpost, and Wien Rohrpost cancels/waymarks reverse.
US$79
Austrian 1st Republic express cover sent from Hautptelegrafenamt Graz and expedited through the Wiener Rohrpost / Viennese pneumatic mail system of underground tubes, with German franking. A bit worn, wrinkled, Bedarfserhaltung / commercially used condition, as per scan; these were generally folded to fit in the small Rohrpost cartridges.
US$39
Incoming airmail cover from Johannesburg, South Africa, expedited through Greece and then the Austrian Rohrpost / pneumatic mail system of underground tubes around Wien / Vienna. A bit worn, Bedarfserhaltung / commercially used condition, as per scan; these were generally folded to fit in the small Rohrpost cartridges. With Athens, Wien Flugpost, and Wien Rohrpost cancels/waymarks reverse.
US$79
Austrian 1st Republic express cover expedited through the Wiener Rohrpost / Viennese pneumatic mail system of underground tubes, with German franking. A bit worn, wrinkled, Bedarfserhaltung / commercially used condition, as per scan; these were generally folded to fit in the small Rohrpost cartridges.
US$49
Incoming registered airmail cover from Rissik St, Johannesburg, South Africa, expedited through Greece and then the Austrian Rohrpost / pneumatic mail system of underground tubes around Wien / Vienna. A bit worn, Bedarfserhaltung / commercially used condition, as per scan; these were generally folded to fit in the small Rohrpost cartridges. With Athens, Wien Flugpost, and Wien Rohrpost cancels/waymarks reverse.
US$89
Austrian 1st Republic express cover expedited through the Wiener Rohrpost / Viennese pneumatic mail system of underground tubes, with German franking. A bit worn, wrinkled, Bedarfserhaltung / commercially used condition, as per scan; these were generally folded to fit in the small Rohrpost cartridges.
US$39
Incoming registered airmail cover from Johannesburg, South Africa on Christmas Day 1937, expedited through Greece and then the Austrian Rohrpost / pneumatic mail system of underground tubes around Wien / Vienna. A bit worn, Bedarfserhaltung / commercially used condition, as per scan; these were generally folded to fit in the small Rohrpost cartridges. With Athens, Wien Flugpost, and Wien Rohrpost cancels/waymarks reverse.
US$99
Austrian 1st Republic express cover from Innsbruck expedited through the Wiener Rohrpost / Viennese pneumatic mail system of underground tubes, with German franking. A bit worn, wrinkled, Bedarfserhaltung / commercially used condition, as per scan; these were generally folded to fit in the small Rohrpost cartridges.
US$39
Incoming British airmail cover from Huddersfield, Yorkshire 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. With Wien Flugpost and Telegraphenamt Rohrpost receivers reverse.
US$39
Austrian 1st Republic inflation era express postcard expedited through the Wiener Rohrpost / Viennese pneumatic mail system of underground tubes, with German franking. A bit worn, folded down center, Bedarfserhaltung / commercially used condition, as per scan; these were generally folded to fit in the small Rohrpost cartridges.
US$79
Incoming registered airmail cover from Argentina expedited through the Austrian Rohrpost / pneumatic mail system of underground tubes around Wien / Vienna. A bit worn, wrinkled, trimmed open at left, tiny pinhole, Bedarfserhaltung / commercially used condition, as per scan; these were generally folded to fit in the small Rohrpost cartridges. The reverse is covered with receivers and way cancels.
US$49
Austrian 1st Republic express cover expedited through the Wiener Rohrpost / Viennese pneumatic mail system of underground tubes, with German franking. A bit worn, wrinkled, Bedarfserhaltung / commercially used condition, as per scan; these were generally folded to fit in the small Rohrpost cartridges.
US$39
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
1935 Winterhilfswerke (WHW) postfrisch Satz / Winter charities mint never hinged (MNH) set. '16 CV EUR700
US$399
Austrian-franked treaty card flown aboard the Graf Zeppelin LZ127 airship's 1st South America Flight in 1930, on the Friedrichshafen-Seville, Spain leg. A bit worn, good condition, as per scans. ;17 CV EUR80
US$79
Austria NS party card from 1928 from the Deutscher Nationalsozialistischer Verein in Wien (Vienna). Creased. Genuine use, with Wien 1928 machine cancel.
US$299
Salzburg, Austria 1931 2nd Youth Meet of the German Federation of Gymnasts, one of many post-WWI nationalist organisations that sponsored their own view of German-ness and whos mottto was: Rasseneinheit, Volkseinheit, Geisteseinheit / Racial Purity, People's Solidarity, and Freedom of Spirit, with stylized circular swastika logo. Excellent condition.
US$149
Das urheilige Hakenkreuz / The holy swastika: Early Austrian postcard published by Professor Anton Zippe, educator and member of the local council (in Laa) and then a member of the Lower Austrian Congress before the NSDAP was outlawed following the 1934 assassination of Chancellor Dollfuss and attempted coup (more information see https://de.wikipedia.org/wiki/Anton_Konrad_Zippe). Self published. Worn at the corners, as per scans. A rare, early piece of the history of Austria's march to totalitarianism. A little worn at the top edge, else excellent condition.
US$499
Upfranked Austrian Ganzsache / postal stationery card with cachet for being flown on the Anchlussflug / Connecting flight from Stuttgart to Friedrichshafen for the 7. Suedamerikafahrt / 7th South America Flight but delivered in Friedrichshafen. Uncataloged as such in Sieger, Michel 279c '17 CV EUR600. Slightly worn, excellent condition, as per scans. Rare.
US$599
Austrian-franked registered cover flown aboard the Graf Zeppelin LZ127 airship's 3rd flight to South America. (3. Suedamerikafahrt). Slightly worn, very good used condition. '01 CV EUR85 for Austrian treaty; notes in Sieger says this is the first flight where registered covers were possible (Si 133o EUR250). Airmail stamps on the front and Nibelungen/Wagner stamp reverse.
US$199
Austrian-franked card flown aboard the Graf Zeppelin LZ127 airship's 7th flight to South America. (7. Suedamerikafahrt). Slightly worn, very good used condition. '01 CV EUR300. With Berlin Anschlussflug / connecting flight airmail cachet.
US$289
Deutscher Turnbund - Wiener Turngau: Promotional card for "German" Youth at Vienna meet in 1933(!). Duetscher Jugend im Stadion, with the Nazi-era German Gymnastics Federation stylized swastika in the background. Slightly worn, very good condition, as per scans.
US$189
Germany - Austria 1926 Wiener 2. Bundes-Turnfest (2nd National Gymnastics festival and competition in Vienna) of the Deutscher Turnerbund (German Federation of Gymnasts), one of many post-WWI nationalist organisations that sponsored their own view of German-ness. This celebrates Rasseneinheit, Volkseinheit, Geisteseinheit / Racial Purity, People's Solidarity, and Freedom of Spirit. Slight bend upper left corner; good condition.
US$119
Lightly used Notgeld set of three bills from Neustadtl, Nabegg, Judenhof, Windpassing, Klein Wolfstein during the uneasy times after the defeat of Germany/Austria in WWI.
US$29
Membership / Kennkarte / ID booklet for the Engelbert Dollfuss' Austrian Vaterlandische Front / Fatherland Front nationalist organization with many revenues inside. The Austrian Fascist's party had no love for Nazi Germany -- their Chancellor (Englebert Dollfuss) was assassinated in a failed coup attempt and after the Anschluss the succeeding Chancellor, Kurt Schuschnigg ended up cleaning floors with a toothbrush in Dachau Concentration Camp.
US$89
Membership / Kennkarte / ID booklet for the Engelbert Dollfuss' Austrian Vaterlandische Front / Fatherland Front nationalist organization with many revenues inside. The Austrian Fascist's party had no love for Nazi Germany -- their Chancellor (Englebert Dollfuss) was assassinated in a failed coup attempt and after the Anschluss the succeeding Chancellor, Kurt Schuschnigg ended up cleaning floors with a toothbrush in Dachau Concentration Camp.
US$79
Membership / Kennkarte / Photo ID booklet for the Engelbert Dollfuss' Austrian Vaterlandische Front / Fatherland Front nationalist organization. The Austrian Fascist's party had no love for Nazi Germany -- their Chancellor (Englebert Dollfuss) was assassinated in a failed coup attempt and after the Anschluss the succeeding Chancellor, Kurt Schuschnigg ended up cleaning floors with a toothbrush in Dachau Concentration Camp.
US$69