(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.
(Illustrated Advertising Parcel Card) 1897 5kr. stationery card, uprated 3kr (2) and 50kr cancelled Versecz date stamp and addressed to Winterthur, Switzerland, Buchs Bahnhof transit and on reverse Staatabahnhof * Wien transit. Labels over Companys image.
(Illustrated Advertising Parcel Card) 1897 5kr. stationery card, uprated 3kr (2) and 50kr cancelled Versecz date stamp and addressed to Winterthur, Switzerland, Buchs Bahnhof transit and on reverse Staatabahnhof * Wien transit. The label over the transport company’s illustration removed.
(Palestine) 1906 parcel card to Trieste bearing single franking 10pi. surcharge tied Jerusalem Osterr. Post cds, reverse with cyrillic transit and arrival cds; left-hand portion of card removed, a scarce single franking
(Post Office in Turkish Empire) 1904 (22 Oct) parcel card to Trieste, Austria franked 1900-04 Reichpost 4 Piaster on 80pf. and 10 Piaster on 2mk tied Smyrna Deutsche Post cds, reverse with transits of Constantinopel (24/10) Constanta 26/Oct and Orsova 28/Oct plue arrival cancel of 31.10. A couple of slight faults.
(Slovenia) 1942 parcel card to LUBIANA franked Yugoslavia 25p. that has been overlaid with Hitler Mussolini 1L.25 pair with further pair below tied 'TREBNJE' cds, reverse with pair 40c. postage dues ties LUBIANA cds.
1891 (21/3) 5kr. parcel card to Italy franked bearing mixed issue franking tied Hundsthurm cds, reverse with Pontafel and Pontebra transits (The former the Slovenian name for the same town); without arrival, some pin holes but generally good condition.
1891 (25/7) 5kr. parcel card to Salerno, Italy franked 1890 3kr., 10kr. and 50kr. tied Wien Alsergrund III, reverse with Pontafel and Pontebra transits (The former the Slovenian name for the same town) and Salerno arrival; a few pin holes; good condition.
1891 (FE 23) parcelcard to Catania, Sicily via Syracusa bearing a fine and attractive four colour franking with ½ d., 1d., 4d. and 1s. tied by good quality Parcel.Posts.Service index H cds, reverse with Centuripe and Siracusa transits; a vertical fold not detracting from a most attractive item.