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Information Sought

To be assured of a friendly response, you can contact the author, John Neefus, retired, by writing to P.O. Box 16083, Chesapeake, VA 23328-6083, emailing at jneefusix.netcom.corn>, or by telephone to (757) 549-9535.

Additional information or corrections of errors which may have slipped into this article on Danzig perfins vi1l be forwarded to Willem Snietsers do the ArGe Lochtmgen for their catalogue, Klatiss Wolff at the ArGe Danzig for the Danzig philatelists in Germany and John Bloecher for the Danzig philat— elists in the USA and inclusion in the GPS Danzig Report. The types of information that are reportable are many and varied. If you find an error in the information presented in this article; If you find a perlin listed in the 1 897-1 920 list on a Free City Danzig stamp; Conversely, if you find a perfin found in the 1920-1939 list on a pre-1920 German stamp with a Danzig cancellation, it may seem minor to you but that information is sought. If you happen to be the owner of one of the reported perfins that has not been fully catalogued, please submit it/them for inspection and photographing. If you have another piece of information like a new orientation not previously noted by any of the study groups, please submit these data also. Be sure you use the section on orientat ion presented in this article as a guide.

To Sell Danzig or Other German Area Perfins

Mr. Eugene R. Marshall is the sales circuit manager of GAC3 (German Area Collector’s Club Circuits). Fle runs circuits of Danzig, Plebiscites, Inflat ion, Germania, Colonies, Bavaria, Memel, Saar and other areas. 1-us address is GAC3, P.O. Box 588, Jonesboro, TN 37659-0588. You must live in the USA and have additional qualifications. He is always looking for specialized German material for the circuits. This article gives you insight on what your Danzig might be worth.

An Album for Danzig Perfins

An album for Danzig perfins is available for members of the GPS Danzig Study Group, the ArGE Lochungen, the At-Ge Danzig and the Perfins Club (USA) and The Perfin Society (GB). All perfins are described and illustrated using the ArGe Lochungen system. The album pages are produced for stand rd US 3-ring binders. Ask if a non-punched version is available. The cost and additional information can be obtained from Scott Martisak, owner of the Philatelic Album Smith, P.O. Box 5645, Cary,NC 27512 USA.


Danzig Report Vol. 1 - Nr. 102 - January - February - March - 1999, Page 25.

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