(Disinfected Mail) 1847 entire from Monastir (Bitola) to Belgrade, redirected to Pest, Hungary, with negative Monastir despatch handstamp, entering into Serbian disinfection station at Aleksinac with large part red wax seal, transferred into the Serbian postal system, redirected and on entry in Austria Hungarian Empire disinfected at Semlin whose handstamp and two wax seals appear on reverse A rare double disinfection.
(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.
1919 (Aug) Hungarian postal stationery envelope registered from Petrinja to Maribor franked on reverse with a combination of Slovenia SHS chain breakers and Croatia Sailor issue tied Hungarian style Petrinja cds. The stationery envelope is devalued in blue manuscript “Kingdom of Serbs, Croats and Slovens” and in black “Kralj Post”. A fine provisional stationery envelope.
1926 Czech parcel card sent from Warnsdorf to Vel Kikinda, where on arrival two vertical strips of three 30 para on 5p (showing all four types of surcharge) plus pair 10p. postage dues to make a 2 Din rate for storage. Full Dr. Novakovic certificate.