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Editor: John H. Bloecher Jr., 1743 Little Creek Drive, Baltimore, Md. 21207

Vol. 1 No. 53 Oct. Nov. Dec. 1986

IF A 1987 DUIS NOTICE appears over this space, please send check to keep your Reports coming. Great things are coming! Thanks!!!

The cover above contains a number of hieroglyphics that deserve a fair analysis. However, we were stumped by some of the symbols and went to that philatelic raconteur, LTC Harry Halle for advice. He was able to solve most of the symbols, but we still need your expert aid. Mailed from Danzig P.O. No. 1 on 28.9.28 to Munich, it has an adhesive orange label indicating that it is a C.O.D. for one Gulden 60 Pfg. (See top line in black script.) If the blue crayoned =1.30M is a multiplier from Guldens to Marks, it doesn’t work out to be 120.34M as written to the left of the triangle. Check the multip lication on the back of the envelope, you mathematical geniuses,

Danzig Report Vol. 1 - Nr. 53 - October - November - December - 1986, Page 1.

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