herb sent a picture postcard dated ZOPPOT 11.1.28 (11- 12V), DANZIG * 5 h (1—2N), BERLIN C 12.1.28 (7—8V) and MÜNCFIEN 12.1.28 (5—6N, whose destination was Four Taler Street in Salzburg, and he would like someone to shed light on it. The hand— stamp “With Air Mail For warding by Munich Post Of fice 2” shows on the rt. side. Michaelis’ “Flugpost — Teil 1” doesn’t spot any special ones to Munich or Salzburg. Any suggestions from the experts
While you are looking over the 11.1.28 ZOPPOT LUFTPOST oval cancel, KARL KNIEP would like your report on this air marking prior to 1 November 1923. Send to his attention at: Goerdelerstrasse 15, D 2600 Wiesbaden, West Germany.
Bill sends this 17.1.30 cover with “Conference de la I-laye” stamp to consulate in Danzig. Is this a special flight or what is the story behind the cover?
We are grateful to Bill Ruh for the reproduction of the enclosed “Sights of Danzig” booklet. Thanks, again, Bill for your extra efforts on these booklets!!!
Finally, thanks to all other members who have made contributions tq all 48 RepoTts! . In appreciation, we are, beginning with this Report, to include a print 01 some interesting Danzig landmark, suitable for framing in a 9” x 12” frame with a 6” x 9” matte size. Hope you enjoy the
Danzig Report Vol. 1 - Nr. 48 - July - August - September - 1985, Page 9.
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