Swiss Collective Passport 1951

5 June, 2012
Swiss_Kollektiv1951

Collective passports and visas are extraordinary. Nowadays they are not longer issued as each individual needs it`s own document. This example I got from my Swiss fellow collector Ernst. To meet up with Ernst is always a pleasure as we understand each others needs and we do just a swap – no money involved. So I got from him this very nice collective passport for a Swiss gymnastic club....

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Passport issued by Count Friedrich von Zeppelin 1828

2 June, 2012
Friedrich_von_Zeppelin_1838

I am very delighted to share with you this outstanding document which I could only acquire by support of a great fellow collector. Theo, you are the best! Again you made it possible! I wish I could do something for you soon too. Another great example of collector`s collaboration. You really contribute to our collector`s community in the very best way! Unfortunately there are others not understanding the value...

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Ephemera Society Fair London, May 2012

30 May, 2012
Ephemera Fair UK

As a new member it was my first visit at this Ephemera Society Fair London and I had much fun in meeting very nice new colleagues. I will definately go again if possible. The purpose of my stand there was rather to promote passport collecting than selling items. However both worked out very well and even more I found several excellent passports. For example… German large ID Card 1928...

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Antiquarian Book Fair London, May 2012

30 May, 2012
SchutzPass-Wallenberg

As the Antiquarian Book Fair London was just at the same weekend as the Ephemera Fair I decided to spend the whole weekend in London to visit both events and I can tell you already I do not regret my decision at all. Coming direct from Heathrow airport to the Book Fair was a good idea as on Friday the fair was not that busy and I had my...

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Diplomatic Passport Grand Duke Friedrich Franz Of Mecklenburg 1907

22 May, 2012
von Rieben Passport

Well, I am quite excited to won this magnificent document at a small German auction house for a rather inexpensive price. Mecklenburg is hard to find and this piece is not only in great condition but it is also a diplomatic passport issued on special order of Grand Duke Friedrich Franz for Caroline von Rieben (nee von Bülow), widow of famous German Lieutenant General Julius von Rieben (Director of...

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Passport-collector.com at the Ephemera Society London Fair

19 May, 2012

The Ephemera Society London Fair 2012 Major event attracting dealers from mainland Europe and USA with up to 70 tables Sundays · 27 May 2012 Holiday Inn London Bloomsbury Coram Street London WC1N 1HT United Kingdom All are welcome. Admission £3   11.00 – 16.00 Members from 10am with membership cards It will be my first participation as memebr of the Ephemera Society. I will offer a good selection...

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LOOKING FOR A PRESIDENTS PASSPORT?

16 May, 2012
LOOKING FOR A PRESIDENTS PASSPORT?

Diplomatic passport of Burundi President Sylvestre Ntibantunganya (born 8 May 1956) is a Burundi politician. He was Speaker of the National Assembly of Burundi from December 1993 to 1 October 1994 and President of Burundi from 6 April 1994 to 25 July 1996 (interim to October 1994). Ntibantunganya was born in Gishubi, Gitega, and is an ethnic Hutu. He served as foreign minister briefly during 1993. He came into...

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International Passport Collectors – First Meeting held in Berlin/Germany

15 May, 2012

BERLIN, May 12/13 – The place to be as passport collector Our small but fine group of passionate international passport collectors met at the Brandenburg Gate on Saturday evening for German food and beer. The participants from Belgium, France, Germany, Romania, Singapore, UK and Switzerland truly showed commitment to the community by taking the efforts to come to Berlin. So it is my desire to thank you all for...

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The Nansen Passport

4 May, 2012

  has a good website abou te Nansen passport. The idea for the Nansen passport came from a representative from the International Red Cross, Edouard August Frick. In the autumn of 1921, he proposed an identity card that could work as a passport recognized through international agreements. Frick named it “the Nansen passport”. Hugh McKinnon, second in command in the League of Nations’ legal department, handled the details. The...

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Immigration Officer Ian Foot (Video)

1 May, 2012

Attention: Comedy! Come Fly With Me – BBC One

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