Immigration Officer Ian Foot (Video)

1 May, 2012

Attention: Comedy! Come Fly With Me – BBC One

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29 April, 2012

1938 REICHSGESETZBLATT, PART I, PAGE 1342 Law on Passports of Jews on 5 October 1938 Based on the law on passport, alien police and registration affairs as well as on identification affairs of 11 May 1934 (Reichsgesetzblatt I, Page 589) the following is ordered in agreement with the Reich Minister of Justice: Article 1 (1) All German passports of Jews (Article 5 of the first law to the Reich...

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Edite Grinberga – Passports in Art

24 April, 2012
Pass, Regensburg-r100

As I said many times, old passports are some kind of art. Edite brings passports in art… Dear Edite, it`s nice to see what you made with the passports you got from me. Congratulation! “Reisepass” or  “Two Passports”, size 70 x 100cm, oil on canvas, EUR 4300,-. Galerie Friedmann-Hahn    

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22 April, 2012

I hope to have a table at the next Ephemera Society London Fair on May 27th to promote passport collecting and to offer some passports to the audience. The society listed as member site and also as other sources for ephemera. I am looking forward to the new upcoming network. Click on the logo to visit the society`s website.

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International Passport Collectors Meeting – Schedule

22 April, 2012

INTERNATIONAL PASSPORT COLLECTORS MEETING IN BERLIN / GERMANY – 12/13 MAY, 2012 Schedule  12th May – BRANDENBURG GATE at 6pm “Come together” at the Beer Garden near Brandenburg Gate Meet & Greet your fellow collectors during a good dinner and German beer or wine… Open end 13th May – NH-HOTEL BERLIN MITTE at 10am (Meeting room “Ludwig Erhard”) Show & Tell (about your collectibles, collection) Buy, Sell, Exchange some...

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German Passport Regulations (1936 & 1960)

20 April, 2012
Handbuch für den Zolldienst (DDR)

Lucky to find 2 other books on German passport regulation which gives us passport collectors a better understanding of our items of desire…  

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A closer look at your collectibles

17 April, 2012

Recently I bought a couple of German passports with the big red “J” stamp. I was somehow astonished about the excellent and fresh condition of the documents. After more than seventy years there was almost no wear to see, even the clips to attach the passport picture was not rusty at all. I paid quite a price for the documents and had some doubts if they are genuine. I...

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