By Category: Germany

Lot Number: 201
Date: 1931, Jun 12
Est. price: £10.00
Category: Germany

Description: Airmail card, Magdeburg to Stuttgart 13/6/arrival cds on front, franked 18pf canc Magdeburg/Flughafen cds, red framed 'Mit Luftpost Befordert/Postampt Nr.1 Suttgart' receiver. Extra fine, image..
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Lot Number: 202
Date: 1932, Apr 4
Est. price: £10.00
Category: Germany

Description: Attractive DLH/KLM airmail Berlin to London franked 45pg canc Berlin/Charlottenburg cds,fine strikes 'Mit Luftpost/Par AvioN' hs's front and verso.
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Lot Number: 203
Date: 1933, Jun 29
Est. price: £40.00
Category: Germany

Description: High 6x air rate, Germany to Tanganyika, HAMBURG to DAR ES SALAAM, departed Hamburg 29/6 cds, arrived Athens 30/6 cds via Berlin 30/6 cds. Then transferred to IMPERIAL AIRWAYS AFRICA southbound service AS 122 which left the same day on 'Horsa' arriving Nairobi 4/7 on 'Atlanta' via Cairo 1/7. Transferred to Wilson Airways arriving Dar Es Sxalaam 5/7 cds. Commercial corner cover FRANKED RM 1.40 for 25pf UPU plus 6x air fees at 1.20, 5pf deficit. High rate, great routing, ex Proud.
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Lot Number: 204
Date: 1936, Oct 14
Est. price: £30.00
Category: Germany

Description: Germany to Chile, bs Santiago 20/10, airmail etiquette cover franked 25pf, 100pf and 1928 2m Zeppelin blue (cat £48.00 used), canc Duren/Rhineland cds, red double ring 'Deutsche Luftpost/Europa-Sudamerika hs. Flight L195
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Lot Number: 205
Date: 1941, Apr 1
Est. price: £20.00
Category: Germany

Description: LATI ,Germany to Paraguay from Germany, censored WWII airmail etiquette cover, Groesfeld to Asuncion, bs 30/4/41, franked 175rpf, canc Groesfeld 1/4/41 cds, ms "5g", sealed black/white German OKW censor tape, no code, also additional German censor marks, boxes with numbers on front. Correctly rated for 5g Germany to Paraguay by LATI, 150 rpf/5g air fee + 25rpf/20g surface (see Beith p39). Flown DLH/Ala Littoria to Rome, Rome to Rio de Janero by LATI, then likely Pan Am to Asuncion, thus avoiding the British censorship on the Pan Am North Atlantic service.
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