Lithuania, 1921, Jul 26
DNR/Danziger LR, Memel to Konigsberg, no arrival ds, registered (label) cover franked 1921 airs with Flugpost opt 80pf, 1m, 2m, 3m and 4m, canc Memel/**C cds, ms 'Durch Flugpost/Einschreiben'. Some small sellotape strips along part of top and lower edge. Hardly detracts - see scan.
Lithuania, 1935, Sep 24
New York-Lithuania, 'Lithuania II' attempted non-stop flight, franked US 6c and 50c Lithuania ordinary stamps, canc Brooklyn 21/9 cds, Kaunas 2/10 arrival ds on front, circular violet flight cachet, black 'Lithuanian Aero Club' cachet, signed by pilot Lt. Waitkus, printed souvenir cover. Very fine. A neat hand drawn map of route, 16x8cm, accompanies this item.
Lithuania, 1936, Dec 17
Lithuania to USA, Klaipeda to California, no arrival ds, via Berlin Zentral Flughafen19/12/36 cds, commercial corner cover franked 120c canc Klaipeda cds, black/green blue Lithuania airmail etiquette rated rare by Mair. Airmail from Lithuania is uncommon.
Lithuania, 1937, Aug 27
Lithuania to Southern Levant, no arrival ds, via Berlin Zentralflughafen 27.8.37 cds, printed commercial cover, franked 145c (verso), canc 'Kaunas Centr.L. 27.VIII 37' cds, black/dark blue LIT A3 airmail label. The addressees name and address are written in Hebrew, and the words "Eretz Israel/Palestine" in English. Eretz Israel (The Land of Israel) refers to the land in the southern Levant. Airmail from Lithania is uncommon.