From Ernie Solit, Cape Cod
Thanks for relaying the information on Prussian cover markings that you received from Eddie Krause at Harnm Pelkuin. They solved a lot of questions, but I have one more: What do you make of the PD in a rectangle and stamped in red ink? If the PP is Postage Paid, is PD Postage Due? This cover is dated 1875.
Burt Miller still has a few copies of Klaus Wolfe’s 403-page Danzig cancellation catalog available at the remarkable price of only $30.00, post paid. Send your check, made out to a U.S.bank, to: Burt Miller, P0. Box 911, Pacifica, CA. 94044. You won’t be disappointed.
Here are copies of the major cancellations mentioned in Hans Vogels’ zepp article:
Finally, on the back (Page 22) is an enlargement of Polish stamp 377, of 15 September 1945. One of a set of three honoring Gdaiisk, the other two are illustrations of the High Gate and the Stockt urm. Paper is of poor quality and is an off-white, in the tan direction. Ink color is black olive-green.
Danzig Report Vol. 1 - Nr. 85 - October - November - December - 1994, Page 21.
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