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"We are leaving for an undisclosed destination." Symcha Horonczyk sent this letter from Pithiviers camp to his father and sisters in Paris, via the Duvau Family. The letter was written on 16 July 1942, the day on which the Vel' d'Hiv, or mass-arrests of the Jews of Paris, began.
21/3/43, Dear cousin let me notify you that I am at work 18 months already and haven’t had any message from my family... may I ask you to help me I am without clothing underwear coat a pair of shoes a 29 and if it is possible may I ask you some food provisions I believe you will fulfill my wish for which I thank you in advance I am the son of Aron Szlamowiez I send my hearty regards your cousin...
Airship Zeppelinmail, 1929, cover with 4 stamps from "Berlin 24. 3. 29" by express and in Berlin through pneumatic post to Friedrichshafen "mailings for the Orient trip of the Air ship L. Z. 127", notice of receipt 25. 3., with blue two-line cancel "airship "Count Zeppelin" departed return", reverse two-line cancel "Rücksendungsvermerk expertized I. A. 61". Dealer Berliner Auktionshaus Schlegel Auction Minimum Bid: 100.00 EUR
Palestine - P7c - 20th April 1939 1 Pound PCGS notes "pinholes" on this lightly circulated Palestinian one pound note. It does have about 15 pinholes that can be seen when held to the light. However, you would have a tough time finding another VF 20 with colors as bright, margins as square, and paper as crispy as this note.