PASSAU to MUNICH
This cover was sent from Passau to Munich on 15th Jan 1935. The postage paid was 52Rpf and consists of three 12Rpf Hindenburg Medallions and two 8Rpf stamps from the 'professions' series. The reverse of the cover has the arrival cancel in Munich as well as two wax seals inscribed 'AS'.
15th Jan 1935
This cover was sent by the Breslau Police to Berlin on 4th Feb 1935. It would normally have official stamps but on this occasion, it has four 6Rpf Hindenburg Medallion stamps.
4th Feb 1935
COVER from SAARBRÜCKEN to LONDON
1st Mar 1935
This cover was sent from the Amt Wachtendonk to Berlin on 11th Mar 1935. It has a single 12Rpf 'Liberation of Saarland' stamp.
11th Mar 1935
LOCAL SAARLAND COVER
This cover has a 12Rpf stamp and was sent from the Saarland to a local address. In addition to the regular CDS cancel there is an additional slogan cancel 'Deutsch ist die Saar' - 'The Saar is German', a phrase used before the reintegration of the Saarland into Germany and designed to encourage the electorate to vote for the re-union.
10th May 1935
COVER from HAMBURG
This cover has a 12Rpf stamp and was sent from The Electrola Company from Hamburg to Berlin. The cover has an attractive machine cancel with a CDS 'HAMBURG 1 - 12.6.35' as well as a slogan 'Besucht die deutsche | DERBY WOCHE | 22-30. Juni 1935 | Hamburgs Volksfest' or 'Visit the German | DERBY WEEK | 22-30. June 1935 | Hamburg's folk festival'.
12th Jun 1935
COVER from BERLIN
This cover was sent from the Reich's Ministry of the Interior in Berlin to someone in Munich.
12th Jul 1935
Reich's Ministry of the Interior
COVER from HAMBURG
This is another cover sent from the Electrola Company in Hamburg to Berlin. On this occasion there are two 6Rpf stamps for a total of 12Rpf postage.
20th Jul 1935
COVER to FRANKFURT
This intriguing cover was sent by rail on the BERLIN to EISENACH line by courier ('Durch Eilboten!') to Frankfurt on 22nd Nov 1935. There are four 12Rpf stamps and a single 4Rpf Hindenburg Medallion stamp.
23rd Nov 1935
COVER from BAUTZEN
This cover has a simple CDS applied in BAUTZEN on 30th Nov 1935. In addition to the 3Rpf and 5Rpf Hindenburg Medallion stamps there is a special slogan cancel advertising the use of airmail.
30th Nov 1935
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Cash on Delivery is a method of payment where a supplier posts a parcel, letter, or package to a buyer. The sender pays for the postage and instructs the post office to deliver the package, but only if the receiver pays the amount specified by the sender. If the recipient is not at home when the delivery is made it can either be rescheduled or collected at a local post office. The post office credits the sender's account once the package is paid for. If the recipient refuses to pay for the item it is returned to the sender.
CASH on DELIVERY
This Cash on Delivery label was sent from Germersheim on 17th Apr 1935 and has a 25Rpf and a 1Rpf stamp for a total of 26Rpf. The value of the C.O.D was 1 Mark 16Rpf and it was sent by the Tax and Municipality of Finnehmerei in Germersheim.
17th Apr 1935
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