(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.
1878 (10/8) stampless military letter cancelled Feldpost-Expositur No.18 based at Mostar, reverse with blue two-line regiment handstamp overstruck with Triest transit. One of the earliest known letters sent from this FPO opened on 6th August. Signed Puschman.
1878 (5/11) K.k. Feldpostbrief./ Portofrei. Manilla envelope cancelled Etappen-Postamt No.XI then located at Banjaluka, to Vienna, arrival backstamps; Some slight peripheral faults but a scarce usage of this military stationery from early period of Austrian Occupation.
1879 (9/9) stampless military cover from Ljubinje to Prag bearing ETAPEN POSTAMT No 4 cds on front together with straight-line ‘FRANCO’ , reverse with No.5 transit of Stolac, Sarajevo FPO transit and Feldpost Expositur No.7 transit of Donji Vakuf plus arrival cds; fine condition.
1889 (23/9) 2Kr postal stationery card sent registered to Brno uprated with vertical pair Coat of Arms 5k. red, litho printing, perf 10½, cancelled K.K.Milit Post V ZENICA, straight-line RECOM bottom left, fine arrival date stamp at right. A small tear it top margin otherwise fine early registered item.
1893 (19/9) 5Kr postal stationery letter card sent registered to Budapest and uprated with litho 10k blue, straight-line RECOM at top with manuscript number, tied K.und K.Milit.Post.V ZENICA, arrival backstamp. No selvedge at right and without message.