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17 June, 2015
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ADEN – BRITISH TERRITORY 1959 ADEN PROTECTORATE MUKALLA QUAITI STATE (British Territory) Excellent condition, great traditional passport picture of a young man , visas and several Arabic revenue stamps, 32 pages. A very rare document for collectors. AUSTRIA 1828 excellent condition and with dry paper seal in great shape 1829 excellent condition and with nice dry paper seal 1857 very good condition, woman travelling to Russia, large double folio...

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Immigration And Emigration In The 19th Century

15 June, 2015
mitchellposter

The State Archive of Lucerne (Switzerland) is a excellent source for this topic. I found valuable information on emigration which is always also a topic of immigration. Maybe specific for the Swiss emigration was the a large share of emigrants headed to foreign countries to be soldiers in foreign armies. Example USA: Between 1815 and 1915, some 30 million Europeans arrived in the United States. For many it was...

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Belgium Diplomatic Passports 1954

1 June, 2015
Belgium Diplo 1954

These are the diplomatic passports of Gilbert Mullie (Senator, Chairman of the Farmers Union, President of the Catholic party) and his wife. Both documents looks like printed yesterday and are in fantastic mint condition. His passport was used for travel and both passports were extended twice. HER passport is available for your collection! Gilbert Mullie Joseph Aristide , born on May 26, 1876 at Dottignies and died on 24...

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REFERENCES

1 June, 2015

SALZBURG FESTIVAL / SALZBURGER FESTSPIELE (SALZBURG, AUSTRIA)supported the prop master with several passport for Shakespeare’s “Comedy of Errors”SKYNEWS.CH (ZURICH, SWITZERLAND) Article in Feb 2015 issue about Swiss aviation pioneer Ernst Nyffenegger & his passportGIZMODO.COM (NEW YORK, USA)Article / Interview on passport securityTHE GUARDIAN (LONDON, UK) support for a passport galleryLAW ENFORCEMENT – POLICE (LENDAVA, SLOVENIA) support on a diplomatic passport CongoDIPLOMATIC COURIER ALUMNI (History of the Diplomatic Courier Service,...

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Aeronautics Pioneer Theodore Windel

20 May, 2015
Brooklyn

THEODORE WINDEL a pioneer engineer in aeronautics who made significant invention for today’s airplanes. I couldn’t find much on his biography but he was born in Germany. Honored later by NASA for his his invention. T. WINDEL, AUTOMATIC STABILIZER FOR AEROPLANES, APPLICATION FILED OCT.8, 1912, Patented Nov. 18, 1913 THEODORE WINDEL, BROOKLYN, NEW YORKTo all whom, it may concern Be it known that I, Theodore Windel, a citizen of...

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18th Century Royal Protection Letter For Jewish Family

17 May, 2015
Prussian German Jewish Protection letter 1799p

As a side topic I do collect also protection letters & passes from the Holocaust which includes documents issued and signed by several “righteous diplomats”. But to get the chance to secure such a early document of Jewish-German-Polish history is outstanding! This folio protection letter for a Jew from Poland with name Moses Lewin from the City of Lodz (profession: tailor), received the  Royal protection and the right of...

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LINKS

6 May, 2015
LINKS

LINKS Collectorsweekly The Best of Vintage and Antiques… Ephemera Blog Exploring the world of paper… Passport Stampaholic Passport chops, Immigration paraphernalia, stories Passport stamps and visas Another site on Flickr with a broad collection… History of Canadian PassportsBackground information… Scottish Passports Scottish archive network, with scanned examples… The Ephemera Society of America The society is a non-profit organization formed in 1980 to cultivate and encourage interest in ephemera and...

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German Ambassador Von Wangenheim (100 Years Armenian Genocide)

27 April, 2015
KR_Konstantinopel 1915b

Another outstanding and historic most valuable German document for my collection! This is the passport of Baron von Wangenheim, German Ambassador in Constantinople / Ottoman Empire. Wangenheim was a witness of the Armenian Genocide where estimated 1.5 Million people were killed. Hans Freiherr von Wangenheim (1859–1915) – German diplomat. Ambassador Extraordinary to Mexico. German Minister at Athens, 1909-12. During World War I, from 1912 to October 25, 1915 was...

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The Rise And Fall Of The Berlin Wall

26 April, 2015
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This video tells everything… The Berlin Wall (German: Berliner Mauer) was a barrier that divided Berlin from 1961 to 1989, constructed by the German Democratic Republic (GDR, East Germany) starting on 13 August 1961, that completely cut off (by land) West Berlin from surrounding East Germany and from East Berlin until it was opened in November 1989. Its demolition officially began on 13 June 1990 and was completed in...

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French Passport 1602

22 April, 2015
France1602-r50

French passport (4 pages)  dated June 1602 with secretarial signature of King Henry IV of France. A later note on the back indicates that this passport was issued to the Philip William, Prince of Orange (1554-1618) for travel through Flanders and Burgundy. The handwritten document has four entries, each signed by two people and dated July 1602. There are remains of a wax seal. What a fantastic early travel...

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