1915 German picture post card (Station Kubub) to Eikenhof, Transvaal,...more1915 German picture post card (Station Kubub) to Eikenhof, Transvaal, with a 'dumb' canceller '4', lopsided at the bottom, dated 10 APR 15. (Putzel B 6) At this time the South African Forces were between Aus and Bethany on their advance from Luderitzbucht to Gibeon
1934 underfranked picture post card from Germany with a 12c cancelled...more1934 underfranked picture post card from Germany with a 12c cancelled ROTTENBACH 2.4.34. that has a blue crayon 'T' and a boxed 'T' handstamp with '10' inserted in pencil. To pay the shortfall a 1d Postage Due was affixed and cancelled WINDHOEK COUNTER 26 APR 34
1915 censored picture post card, endorsed 'On Active Service' written...more1915 censored picture post card, endorsed 'On Active Service' written on 15 May but only entering the post on 22 MAY where it received the circular 'dumb' canceller '5'. This was in use at Swakopmund
1902 picture post card (farmers at cattle auction) to Germany with a...more1902 picture post card (farmers at cattle auction) to Germany with a 5pf tied by a violet KAPENOUSSEU Wanderstempel (Putzel A4a, 4000 points) with the town name 41mm long. A Lautenthal 19 10 02 arrival c.d.s. is on the front of the card. Kapenousseu was a short lived town name, the post office opening in November 1901 and then changing its' name to Waldau on 1 March 03. A good example of this Wanderstempel
1915 picture post card of 'A Transport Station G.S.W. Africa' to...more1915 picture post card of 'A Transport Station G.S.W. Africa' to Sunderland, England, endorsed 'On Active Service' and 'Luderitzbucht 8 April 1915' with a Dumb Canceller '4' dated 8 APR 15. (Putzel B6) The card has been censored with a boxed blue bilingual censor cachet and was also taxed, although this was later obliterated
1915 censored picture post card (German soldiers on camels) endorsed...more1915 censored picture post card (German soldiers on camels) endorsed ‘ On Active Service’ written from Gibeon on April 15th, two days after the battle there, but only entering the postal service on 9th May where it received a fine blue boxed Field Post Office ‘31’ 9 MAY 1915 cancel. Putzel attributes this Field Post Office ‘31’ to AUS at that time.
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