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AAMC Z-67 (Sieger 26A) May 15, 1929 Graf Zeppelin Interrupted American Flight card in VF quality. Franked by Germany Scott #C36 [2 mark Zeppelin airmail] tied by Friedrichshafen May 15 Luftpost cancellation. Also bearing blue pictorial cachet and red straight-line (translated) "delivery delayed" handstamp, plus New York August 5th receiving postmark (when the mail postmark in May was finally delivered). The color picture post card shows an unusual, globe or ball (kugel) shaped metal, futuristic-looking building in Dresden.
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89.00

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Germany: AAMC Z-106c (Sieger 57F) May 18, 1930 Graf Zeppelin Europe-Pan-America Round Flight cover from Germany to Lakehurst. VF. Franked by VF pair of Germany 4 mark South America Flight Zeppelin stamps (C39). Red German cachet. Green Lakehurst pictorial receiver. Scott 2012 value of the stamps is $300 each!! Wonderfully fresh!!
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450.00

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239517
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AAMC Z-111 (Sieger 64F) 1930 Graf Zeppelin First Pan-America Round Flight card, Second Dispatch, Lakehurst to Friedrichshafen. Franked with Scott #C13 [65 cent Graf Zeppelin] (VF centered) paying the proper post card rate. Sent from Lakehurst on May 30 and bearing the altered violet U.S. cachet showing only the last leg of the triangle, plus the red German cachet, Friedrichshafen receiving mark, and finally the green pictorial June 18 New York receiver on reverse. Back of card reproduces cachet of the earlier 1929 Round-The-World Flight with additional details about that flight. A lovely Graf Zeppelin postal history item from one of the most significant flights of the doomed airship!
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U.S.: Scott #C18, 1933 50c Green Graf Zeppelin Century of Progress. Used VF, tied by Miami, Florida cancel to VF cacheted Century of Progress flight cover, Miami to Chicago. Backstamped. AAMC #Z-220A, Sieger #242B.
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69.00

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