(1936 Berlin) 1936 (16.8.) 15+10pf illustrated postal stationery card to Vaduz, Liechtenstein with ‘Bell’ Stadium cancel, arrival cancel to left where redirected to Dresden with Exhibition arrival cancel to left, reverse with fine strike of Olympia Postwertzeichen Austellung red meter mail proof strike.
(Berlin) 1950 (2.10.) cover to Bank of England, London franked 1949 Bear set of three and 20pf Industrial Exhibition all tied by cancels for the exhibition on its second day. Some creasing to envelope, top right of Exhibition stamp with a crease and 20pf Bear with small tone at top.
(Picture Postal Stationery) 1897 3c. Central American Exhibition card with printed image on front of local Indian with large backpack and New Years greeting, used from Quezaltenango; fine condition.
1893 World’s Columbian Exposition 1c stationery card, printed W.B. Orcutt, Machinery Building, Columbus portrait with yellow background and brown inscription, with date line; unused with slight bottom left corner crease.
1897 Central American Exhibition 2c. postal stationery envelope used to Belgium, uprated 2c. and 6c. of same design tied by violet cork handstamps and unclear octagonal despatch, reverse with Dison transit and arrival cds plus violet cachet 'Legation De Belgique Centre-Amerique'.
1897 cover to Perpignan, France franked two 6c. Central American Exhibition issue with bar cancels and one tied octagonal date stamp, company dated handstamp at left and Paris transit also tying adhesives, arrival backstamp. Slightly reduced at base.
1905 (31 May) picture postcard of Columbus Monument, treated as stationery with internal postage prepaid in price of card and with violet duplex handstamp for Exhibition, inscribed ‘El Correo en la Exposicion/ DEL 15 DE SEPTIEMBRE/ Primer Certamen 1904’, sent to Denmark so additionally franked 5c. and 10c. on front tied duplex that is repeated on reverse, the latter overstruck with arrival cancel.
1922 (11.5.) registered cover to Marseille from a member of the French Military Mission, surcharged pair 40c. Merson overprinted ‘O.M.F./Syrie/2 Piastres’ tied by bilingual Alexandrette. Reverse also showing label for Colonial Exhibition at Marseille.