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Military Stamps

Discussion in 'History Forum' started by Adonia, Aug 31, 2019.

  1. Adonia

    Adonia Well-Known Member
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    First a disclaimer. In no way do I support the German Socialism of the WW2 era. I present these things here merely as something interesting from the historical past.

    German Military Themed WW2 Stamps DSC00584.JPG DSC00587.JPG DSC00590.JPG DSC00592.JPG DSC00593.JPG DSC00595.JPG DSC00597.JPG DSC00599.JPG DSC00601.JPG DSC00602.JPG
     
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    Part 2 DSC00609.JPG DSC00607.JPG DSC00605.JPG
     
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    How nice n interesting!

    I have a 10,000 mark bill locked away in a safe deposit box in case it happens to be valuable, besides being a souvenir my late dad took from a dead nazi officer. it's wartime 3rd Reich scrip. I know inflation greatly de-valued the mark late in the war, so 10K marks was likely only a few $ American at the time.
     
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    I got those at an antique dealer in Ohio and it's one of the best places I have ever been to find wartime memorabilia. I have some Japanese script that they had issued during their occupation of the Philippines, plus currencies from various other countries in Asia. My Dad was over there during the war, 1943-1946 and he brought them back. When I get to where they are at, I will post some of that stuff.
     
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