(Airmail) 1930 (23.9.) zeppelin cover addressed to USA franked 2Rm South American Flight Zeppelin tied Friedrichshafen (Bodensee), green triangular cachet for Ostseefahrt., reverse with Stockholm backstamp of following day. A couple of tone spots and water staining at base.
(Airmail) 1932 express parcel card from Leipzig to Zug, Switzerland franked airmails 15pf. and 50pf. plus zeppelin 4Rm tied Leipzig O.8 cds, Lindau (Bodensee) transit of next day and Romanshorn Customs handstamp of the following day, arrival backstamp of 19th, central vertical fold, top right corner crease affecting zeppelin adhesive.
(Alsace Lorraine) 1871 (18/Oct) folded invoice to Metz bearing mixed franking pair 20c. with upwards network and France 'Laureated Napoleon' 40c. tied 1386 large numeral with Elbeuf cds in association, framed P.P., the 20c. pair only tied by French cancels and bu two blue crayon lines, next day arrival backstamps.
(Alsace Lorraine) 1871 (24/10) insured cover franked 1c., 4c. and two 25c. tied Illkirch-Grafenstaden cds, the 25c with network pointing downwards (Mi 7II) and 1c. and 4c. pointing upwards (Mi 1I and 3I); a fine franking, Roumet Certificate.
(American and British Zones) 1948 (19.8.) registered airmail cover to New York franked Buildings 2pf., 8pf., 10pf.,1DM and 5DM plus blue air label, the three small values tied Hamburg Auslandsstelle cds, high value and label by Bremen 5 cds, New York customs handstamp and arrival backstamps; envelope slightly reduced at top.
(Anjouan) 1895 (25 Mai) 10c. ‘Sultanat d’Anjouan’ postal stationery card to London cancelled blue octagonal ANJOUAN COL. FRANC., repeated at left and overstruck with D’Zaoudzi Mayotte transit, Marseille A La Reunion maritime date stamp, annotated “ViaLa Reunion/ et Seychelles”. Some toning, Ex. Grabowski.
(Austrian Occupation) 1878 (5/12) Hungarian 5Kr. stationery parcel card cancelled with Feldpost Expositur No.1A cds from Visegrad. Some tone spotting and central vertical filing crease but still a very rare usage of a Hungarian parcel form used during the Austrian Occupation of Bosnia, with only one so far recorded.
(Azerbaijan) 1923 (11.VI.) registered cover to Baden, Switzerland with Baku registration label on the front, franked on reverse 1921-22 5000r green pair in combination with Transcaucasian Federation Russia 35k. and two pairs of 1r. with star overprint, tied by Baku cds, arrival cancel to side; some slight creasing.
(Azores) 1872 (9/3) entire to London endorsed to travel via Spain and France bearing single franking 1868-70 curved label, perforated 240r. tied ‘43’ numeral within bars, Horta cds in association, red framed P.D. and London PAID arrival, Lisboa transit backstamp. A fine double weight cover.