Warthelager Poland Camp German Postcard WWII Feldpost !

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  • Item Category: Books, Paper & Magazines
  • Source: eBay
  • Sold Date: May 04, 2008
  • Channel: Auction House

Vintage 3.5 x 5.5 inch Postcard showing Warthelager, Warthebrucke. I believe this was a Nazi training or POW camp in Poland during WWII. It is postally used and postmarked July 7, 1940. T is no stamp and appears to be free soldier mail. The card is in excellent condition showing only some minor corner wear, and very minor edge wear. Very fine and small corner bend or light crease at upper right...barely noticeable from the front. Some discoloration and minor corner bumps. Light musty smell, but No foxing present. No heavy creases, Tears, or other major flaws! Please see the scan for further details on condition.

*This item is being offered solely for the educational and historical value of which it presents of the WWII era. This item ships within the United States Only.

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SHIPPING -****Please note that I package all of my postcards in a sturdy envelope with rigid cardboard to protect them and to be sure they arrive unharmed. Because of this, it makes the package "non-machinable" (non-bendable) and tfore must be sent as a first class parcel, instead of a letter, which is a slightly higher cost. Due to increases in USPS shipping rates I will be raising my flat rate shipping cost for 1 postcard to $1.75 within the U.S. If you find this cost to high or unreasonable, then please, do not bid.

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