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Hindenburg First Flight Postal Cover From May 1936
ARTIFACT: This is a "By 1st Flight Hindenburgh" (sic) postal cover stamped May 11th, 1936 and is addressed to Robert E. Barnes of Melrose, MA. There is a Lakehurst Trans-Atlantic stamp as well as a Frankfurt, Mit Luftschiff Hindenburg Befordert counter-stamp. Note: The person writing the envelope misspelled "Hindenburg" in upper left corner. There are 4 10-cent U.S. postage stamps in upper right corner.
VINTAGE: Circa 1936.
SIZE: About 8-7/8" in width by 4" in height.
MATERIALS / CONSTRUCTION: Paper, ink and postage stamps.
ITEM NOTES: This is from a large collection which we will be listing more of over the next few months.
CONDITION: 4+ (Very Good): The postal cover has been slit at edges to retrieve the letter inside; there is some wear and tearing to edges; some yellowing of the paper; very minor fading of ink, and some heavy foxing on the back form the envelope glue. Still a nice example.