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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Nazi party advertising 1931 election propaganda leaflet tryig to conver SPD members to the NSDAP "Your leader is worried only about himself ahd has made you the slave of International Jewish High Finance" a long list of how the SPD is betraying them, and has betrayed them for 80 years. Closes with an exhortation to join Adolf Hitler and vote List 13. Dated November 3, 1931, and issued by the Darmstadt NSDAP office. Size ca 8.5x12 (European paper size). Folded, with file-hole punches at left.
US$219
Probably the best-known anti-Semitic propaganda card: Der Ewige Jude / Eternal Jew. The scarcer Wien / Vienna variety, used at the exhibition with expo machine cancels. Tiny corner bend, excellent condition.
US$92
Return receipt notification for delivery of package sent from Vienna to an unfortunate inmate of the Theresienstadt / Terezin Ghetto / Camp. Scarce.
US$119
Konzentrationslager (KL) Flossenbuerg / Concentration Camp Flossenburg stationery card from prisoner, with camp censor. In top condition, especially for one of these.
US$229
Postcard from Konzentrationslager (KL) Flossenbuerg / Concentration Camp Flossenburg subcamp Bruex STW Lager 33 from prisoner, with camp cachet. In top condition, especially for one of these.
US$229
Postcard from Konzentrationslager (KL) Flossenbuerg / Concentration Camp Flossenburg subcamp Bruex STW Lager 33 from prisoner, with camp cachet. In top condition, especially for one of these.
US$229
Postcard from the small town of Oswiecim, Poland, from the time before it became better known in the west as Auschwitz. The stamp has fallen off the reverse.
US$57
Book page (owner Albert Fleischer, 11/29/1920) with handstamp of the Jewish Community at Konzentrationslager (KZ/KL) / Concentration Camp Bergen-Belsen. Worn, chipped.
US$119
Receipt for express mail from Boemisch-Truebau to Konzentrationslager (KL) Weimar Buchenwald / Concentration Camp Weimar Buchenwald.
US$99
Book page with handstamp of "Central Committee of the British Zone Liberated Jews" at Konzentrationslager (KZ/KL) / Concentration Camp Bergen-Belsen. Worn, chipped.
US$119
Revenue document with five 30g Austrian revenue stamps used in 1939 for a Police pass for a stateless woman (presumed Jewish), Helma Harnisch. The pass states that she is awaiting an American travel visa and there is nothing against her (no outstanding charges, etc.) Separating along folds, worn.
US$119
Revenue document with 1 1/2 shilling and 30g Austrian revenue stamps used in post-Anschluss Austria (then part of Greater Germany) for a document sent to Tel Aviv, Israel seeking aid in emigrating to Palestine. Dr Osaias Lustmann was probably of Polish descent, since it was a Polish notary on the front confirming his identity and signature. Worn, with period repairs to reverse with some sort of file-hole-protectors from Tel Aviv. Interesting.
US$119
Official cover with 2x12pf party symbol stamps from the Geheimstaatspolizei (GESTAPO) in Dresden. With the police office red cachet front and back.
US$69
Cover from German-occupied Czechoslovakia - Bohemia and Moravia protectorate Ministry of the Interior, Department for Hereditary Information, where people sent/received documentation to prove that they were of non-Jewish descent. A bit worn, genuine used condition, as per scans. Sent postage due.
US$57
Cover from German-occupied Czechoslovakia - Bohemia and Moravia protectorate Ministry of the Interior, Resettlement Office (Aussiedlungskanzlei) for transporting Jewish families and other "undesirables". A bit worn, genuine used condition, as per scans.
US$99
"Ve stavu arisace " / "Aryanized" - (lit: in state of Aryanization) folded business card from Goeding / Hodonin, German-occupied Czechoslovakia (Boehmen und Maheren).
US$57
Cover from Zwangsverwaltung L / Forced Labor Administration office 'L' in Libochowitz to the Soil Office for Bohemia and Moravia, Group Vb.
US$57
Cover from Israelitische Kultusgemeinde Bruenn / Israeli (Jewish) Cultural Community in Bruen, German-occupied Czechoslovakia - Bohemia and Moravia. A bit worn, chipped, and wrinkled, as per scans.
US$57
Postcard from prisoner Konzentrationslager (KL) / Concentration Camp Weimar Buchenwald. Where the usual camp rules are on a normal KL stationery card: "Observe the Camp Rules. Don't send more mail than allowed. One letter weekly."
US$81
Original photo of Konzentrationslager (KL) Flossenburg / Concentration Camp Flossenburg. Creased corners, a bit worn. Very rare image. Size ca3.5x2.5inches.
US$169
Cover from Lemberg with transcription in Polish and translation (not from me -- I can't read Polish) "I am very worried about such a long silence on your part Did those gentlemen come back [Gestapo? Ordnungspolizei?] After their departure I sent you a postcard. I still cannot forget about John [taken?] In our area similar also take place. Generally speaking the situation is getting worse. Prices are very high and supply insufficient. Aulek has gone to Jasto. We try to manage somehow, Best Regards, yours, Wanda
US$92
One of the very popular King George VI propaganda forgeries which place the Jewish Star of David on the top of the crown, and a hammer and sickle in place of the pence symbol next to the value at the bottom. A very small number of sets (400 each) were overprinted with a variety of slogans for the territories the British were going to lose. All created by forced labor from inmates in the Sachsenhausen Concentration Camp as a part of Operation Wasserwelle under SS Major Bernhard Kreuger (See the psyops.org or psywarrior.com websites), or read the book "Krueger's Men" by Leonard Malkin. '18 CV EUR800++ (caUSD936); 9 and 14 MNG as issued, the others 'used' with the listed German-forged London AAAO 6 June 1944 cancel. The same printing numbers as the others (400 sets) but scarcer than some of the seemingly more available like St Lucia and Rabaul.
US$939
One of the very popular King George VI propaganda forgeries which place the Jewish Star of David on the top of the crown, and a hammer and sickle in place of the pence symbol next to the value at the bottom. A very small number of sets (400 each) were overprinted with a variety of slogans for the territories the British were going to lose. All created by forced labor from inmates in the Sachsenhausen Concentration Camp as a part of Operation Wasserwelle under SS Major Bernhard Kreuger (See the psyops.org or psywarrior.com websites), or read the book "Krueger's Men" by Leonard Malkin. '18 CV EUR800++ (caUSD936) ; MNG as issued except #13, which is 'used' with the listed German-forged London AAAO 6 June 1944 cancel. The same printing numbers as the others (400 sets) but scarcer than some of the seemingly more available like St Lucia and Rabaul.
US$939
One of the very popular King George VI propaganda forgeries which place the Jewish Star of David on the top of the crown, and a hammer and sickle in place of the pence symbol next to the value at the bottom. A very small number of sets (400 each) were overprinted with a variety of slogans for the territories the British were going to lose. All created by forced labor from inmates in the Sachsenhausen Concentration Camp as a part of Operation Wasserwelle under SS Major Bernhard Kreuger (See the psyops.org or psywarrior.com websites), or read the book "Krueger's Men" by Leonard Malkin. '18 CV EUR800++ (caUSD936); Mixed MNG as issued and 'used' with the listed German-forged London AAAO 6 June 1944 cancel. The same printing numbers as the others (400 sets) but scarcer than some of the seemingly more available like St Lucia and Rabaul.
US$939
One of the very popular King George VI propaganda forgeries which place the Jewish Star of David on the top of the crown, and a hammer and sickle in place of the pence symbol next to the value at the bottom. A very small number of sets (400 each) were overprinted with a variety of slogans for the territories the British were going to lose. All created by forced labor from inmates in the Sachsenhausen Concentration Camp as a part of Operation Wasserwelle under SS Major Bernhard Kreuger (See the psyops.org or psywarrior.com websites), or read the book "Krueger's Men" by Leonard Malkin. '18 CV EUR800++ (caUSD936); 10 and 13 'used' with the listed German-forged London AAAO 6 June 1944 cancel, the others MNG as issued. Though with the same printing numbers as the others (400 sets) Hong Kong is much more difficult to find
US$1199
One of the very popular King George VI propaganda forgeries which place the Jewish Star of David on the top of the crown, and a hammer and sickle in place of the pence symbol next to the value at the bottom. A very small number of sets (400 each) were overprinted with a variety of slogans for the territories the British were going to lose. All created by forced labor from inmates in the Sachsenhausen Concentration Camp as a part of Operation Wasserwelle under SS Major Bernhard Kreuger (See the psyops.org or psywarrior.com websites), or read the book "Krueger's Men" by Leonard Malkin. '18 CV EUR800++(caUSD936); mixed MNG as issued and 'used' with the listed German-forged London AAAO 6 June 1944 cancel. The same printing numbers as the others (400 sets) but scarcer than some of the seemingly more available like St Lucia and Rabaul. With four Pieles BPP photo certs -- not really necessary as these haven't been successfully copied yet, but still nice.
US$939
An official document 'ueber die nicht-Juedische Abstammung' / 'non-Jewish descent', from the official office of Olmuetz region in WWII-occupied Czechoslovakia, declaring that Dr Albin Nassvetter is 'kein Jude' / 'Not a Jew'. With attached Bohemian revenue stamp. Folded.
US$119
A resettlement document from the Israelitische Kultusgemeinde / Jewish Cultural center in in Kladno, WWII occupied Bohemia Moravia / Czechoslovakia. The family of Dr Erwin "Israel" Frankl, along with a woman Martha "Sarah" Heksch are being evicted from their home in Kladno and being relocated to Lubno. it is interesting that this resettlement order is from the Jewish committee and not the SS; perhaps to add insult to injury, by making the Jewish elders do the dirty work? The family has already had their names changed to include the obligatory "Israel" and "Sarah". Folded, with file holes at left.
US$469
Government of Palestine, Naturalization application and certificate for an extremely lucky Rabbi from Breslau, Germany immigrating to Palestine in 1940. Worn, folded.
US$229
Postcard from Rabbi in Tel Aviv and receipt sent to Jewish displaced persons Camp Herzog in Lichtenau bei Kassel, Germany. Worn, as per scans.
US$119