FROM MALTA (1) air mail cvr pmkd SP 27 45,hstmp â€œPAR AVION JUSQUâ€™Aâ€ Cairo (mss) (2) picture post card pmkd 1947, mss airmail, smaller version of same hstmp; German text seems to indicate a camp
FAMAGUSTA CYPRUS REGISTERED pmks of 4 AP 46 tie 5 Cyprus stamps to regist cvr addressed to Haifa; more stamps on back; arrival pmk of 29 AP 46 on back; on flap Zvi Rosen SS â€œAMALâ€
HITLER BLACKED OUT 6 stamps (different as to denomination and color) â€“ tied to piece
APPLICATION FOR POLICE POPULATION DETECTION German and (possibly Polish) form with JUDE hstmp; has personâ€™s fingerprint and Gestapo hstmp; instructions on the back; per printing logo (lower right of back) printed in 1939.
GENERAL GOVERNMENT (1) â€œYou are not the standard, but the frontâ€ inscription on card depicting German soldier carrying a wounded comrade (2) 2 Years NSDAP 15.viii.1942(3) 12 pf stamp tied by Krakau 17/18.8.40 pmk
HITLER CARDS (1) 13 March 1938: One People, One Reich, One Fuhrer (2) We thank our Fuhrer; color, one pmkd but not mailed
1942 GERMAN FELDPOST 'WERT KEINEN PFENNIG' CARDS W/CHAMBERLAIN & W/CHURCHILL 2 German cards spoofing them; inscribed NO VALUE; mint; different format on front than prior lot
1942 GERMAN FELDPOST 'WERT KEINEN PFENNIG' CARDS W/CHAMBERLAIN & W/CHURCHILL Scarce Feldpost cards with multicolored caricatures in place of stamp imprint, only a handful known and these are usually faulty. Each card has General Gouvernment issue franking on left tied by special '26.X.1943' 4th Anniversary 'Krakau' cds. Chamberlain card sent from soldier (Lg. P.A. Konisberg) to Father (Hamburg), with note on back, franked with Cracow Castle 10z (Scott N73); Churchill card unaddressed, franked with Hitler 24g + 1z (Scott NB34) top margin strip of 3, eagle on swastika selvage imprint.
FRENCH â€œFOREIGN AFFAIRSâ€ hstmpd with (French for) French Consulate in Prague; on visa passenger list with names on reverse, 1947 usage; 13 copies; cutout from auction page has $55 for one
1940-41 FOUR POSTCARDS SENT BY YESHIVA STUDENT IN JERUSALEM TO HIS FATHER RABBI YOCHT AT "PORAT YOSSEF" YESHIVA IN REHOVOT. All Hebrew written by Zvi Yocht, in Hebron Yeshiva to his father Rabbi Arie Yochet, dated as per weekly Torah portions (bearing Jerusalem's postmarks of course). Rabbi Yochet was a famous a lecturing Rabbi in Bialistok Yeshiva. In 1939 he managed to flee from Bialystok to Wilna (his wife was not able to join him in this escape) & then to reach Palestine where he established a new Yeshiva in Rehovot.