Airmail Collector Reference Database - Yugoslavia

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(Yugoslavia) OLEAG/CIDNA/AEROPUT F/F  Zagreb to Vienna, blue triangular dated flight cachet, special dated depart postmark, Vienna 31/3/30 arrival hs on font, black/grey 'Avionom/Par avion'  etiquette, pc franked 1d x2, 50p x2.

Yugoslavia, 1930, Mar 31
OLEAG/CIDNA/AEROPUT F/F Zagreb to Vienna, blue triangular dated flight cachet, special dated depart postmark, Vienna 31/3/30 arrival hs on font, black/grey 'Avionom/Par avion' etiquette, pc franked 1d x2, 50p x2.

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(Yugoslavia) F/F Zagreb to Bratislava, bs 3/7, ceam/orange/blue souvenir cover franked 6d, canc special blue triangular postmark.

Yugoslavia, 1930, Jul 2
F/F Zagreb to Bratislava, bs 3/7, ceam/orange/blue souvenir cover franked 6d, canc special blue triangular postmark.

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Yugoslavia, 1933, Jul 1
Rare first acceptance of mail from Yugoslavia for India for carriage on the Imperial Airways/Indian Trans-Continental Airways Karachi-Calcutta extension, Zagreb to Jodhpur, bs 8/7, official red/white/blue souvenir cover franked 1931 1d x3, 5d & 10d, canc blue triangular 'Zagreb/Avionom-ParAvion 29.VI.33' postmark, black framed "Karachi-Calcutta/Jly 33/First Airmail" cachet on front, black framed "8 Jly 33/7.30am Delivery/Post by Air and Save Time/Jodhpur" ds verso, ms "Zagreb-London-Jodhpur". Rare item in superb condition.

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(Yugoslavia) F/F  Ljubljana to Zagreb, spec circular and triangular departure cachets, AJ454 Avionom etiquette, sepia pc with group of model plane enthusiasts verso, Aeroput

Yugoslavia, 1933, Aug 20
F/F Ljubljana to Zagreb, spec circular and triangular departure cachets, AJ454 Avionom etiquette, sepia pc with group of model plane enthusiasts verso, Aeroput

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(Yugoslavia) F/F Ljubljana to Zagreb, spec circular and triangular departure cachets, AJ454 Avionom etiquette, sepia pc with group of model plane enthusiasts verso, Aeroput

Yugoslavia, 1933, Aug 20
F/F Ljubljana to Zagreb, spec circular and triangular departure cachets, AJ454 Avionom etiquette, sepia pc with group of model plane enthusiasts verso, Aeroput

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(Yugoslavia) Early WWII uncensored possible first acceptance of mail from Yugoslavia to New York for carriage on the Pan Am trans Atlantic airmail service, no arrival ds, via Ljubljana-Beograd 12/10 and Zemum 13/10, plain airmail etiquette cover franked 19D90, canc Zagreb 12.X.39 cds, scarce violet straight line "Par Service Aerien France-Etats Unis" cachet, typed "Par Premier Service Aerien/France - Etats Unis", ms '4gr'. The intention was to make the transfer to FAM18 at Marseilles, as the 'France-Etats Unis' cachet indicates. But this was overtaken by events - Pan Am shifted its the terminal for its southern route across the Atlantic from Marseilles to Lisbon when war broke out on 3/9/39. Uncensored -Yugoslavia was neutral at this time, and to soon for GB censorship in Bermuda. Flown by Ala Litoria from Belgrade -Rome-Lisbon. A superb WWII item in fine condition.

Yugoslavia, 1939, Oct 12
Early WWII uncensored possible first acceptance of mail from Yugoslavia to New York for carriage on the Pan Am trans Atlantic airmail service, no arrival ds, via Ljubljana-Beograd 12/10 and Zemum 13/10, plain airmail etiquette cover franked 19D90, canc Zagreb 12.X.39 cds, scarce violet straight line "Par Service Aerien France-Etats Unis" cachet, typed "Par Premier Service Aerien/France - Etats Unis", ms '4gr'. The intention was to make the transfer to FAM18 at Marseilles, as the 'France-Etats Unis' cachet indicates. But this was overtaken by events - Pan Am shifted its the terminal for its southern route across the Atlantic from Marseilles to Lisbon when war broke out on 3/9/39. Uncensored -Yugoslavia was neutral at this time, and to soon for GB censorship in Bermuda. Flown by Ala Litoria from Belgrade -Rome-Lisbon. A superb WWII item in fine condition.

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Yugoslavia, 1940, Jul 30
Yugoslavia to Argentina, flown by LATI, rare uncensored airmail etiquette cover, Zlarin to Boca (suburb of Buenos Aires), bs 20/8/40, via Zagreb 31/7 and Zemun (Belgrade) 1/8, franked 41Din, canc Zlarin 30/7/40 cds. Correctly franked for single rate from Yugoslavia by LATI, see Beith p23, who reported 40D/5g air fee to Brazil on the only cover from Yugoslavia in his study. Carried by Ala Littoria to Rome, then LATI from Rome to Rio, then Syndicato Condor to BA, thus avoiding British censorship on the Pan Am North Atlantic service. There is no local censorship because Yugoslavia was neutral at that time, and transit mail through Italy, particularly if carried by an Italian airline en route to a neutral country was not always censored. The name and address details have been obliterated neatly, and there is slight rough opening along the top 2cm of the lh edge. This notwithstandng, a rare and important LATI item with good routing.

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