I just received my catalog for the Felzmann auction on November 10, 2016.
As usual there is an impressive array of Zeppelin mail and philatelic items, including two Hindenburg crash items, along with some beautiful non-philatelic lots including menus, wine cards, cigarette card books (Zeppelin Weltfahrten I and II), and other items.
The online catalog is well worth a visit.
I am in possession of a 4-color silver pencil made by the NORMA Pen Co. in Germany. It has extra leads in top of pencil, a patent number of .009 .The top side of the barrel has an inscription in German which reads “Gift bought on board the Airship Hindenburg”.… Read more »
I spent ages 12-16 living on the north side of Indy 1962-1967… I was thinking about the 1990’s when I posted…
Thanks for sparking my interest in an old hobby… I thought philately was a dying hobby, but there there is a lot of Euros changing hands… Back in 1996 at the biggest regional level stamp show in Sacramento, CA, there was a twenty foot long collection of Hindenburg Crash memorabilia…… Read more »
Thank you for the post!
Thanks…interesting…I’ll share this and credit you. Joe/Travel for Aircraft.