btn toggle

Gallery

Gallery » The Danzig Philatelist 2010 » Cork cancels of Danzig



From the invention of the parcel card to the cork cancels of Danzig -
and the battle for the stamps gattached to them !


To respect the copyright of the publisher, we will only show you the first page of this issue. If you are interested in the other pages kindly please contact the editor, you may click as well on this site on 'Membership', see 'The Danzig Study Group of the UK'.
However, we do provide a full table of contents;

1. Ton Hulkenberg; From the invention of the parcel card to the cork cancels of Danzig.
2. Giles du Boulay; Justice for Danzig ! Postal Propaganda between the Wars (part 7).
3. Giles du Boulay; A Gdańsk stamp from Woldenberg POW camp.
4. Giles du Boulay; Municipal Fees Stamps.
5. Giles du Boulay; Jagdflieger - Das Gebot der Stunde.
6. Giles du Boulay; BUYER BEWARE.
7. Giles du Boulay; Feedback; Danzig Sea Post on the Hamburg-South America line.

From the invention of the parcel card to the cork cancels of Danzig -
and the battle for the stamps attached to them !
By Ton Hulkenberg.

A complete Paketadresse from A. 20 sent on 6 June 1889 from Oliva to Sydney.
The postage stamps, to the total value of 10,80 Mark, were cancelled with the postmark 'Oliva bei Danzig'.
Note the black of twenty 50 Pf. stamps on the back (see p. 2).
The parcel, weighting 5 Kg. went by ship via Bremen to Australia.
The postage from Danzig to Bremen (50-100 Miles), for a parcel in the weight band 5-6 Kg. was 80 Pf.
The postage from Bremen to Sydney for a parcel between 5 and 7,5 Kg. was 10 Marks.

The Danzig Philatelist; 2009 - January - March nr. 13.


Hits: 1874

Added: 21/12/2009
Copyright: 2020 Danzig.org

Danzig