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  • Germany, Third Reich. A Group of Various Second War Period Documents
  • Germany, Third Reich. A Group of Various Second War Period Documents
  • Germany, Third Reich. A Group of Various Second War Period Documents
  • Germany, Third Reich. A Group of Various Second War Period Documents
  • Germany, Third Reich. A Group of Various Second War Period Documents
  • Germany, Third Reich. A Group of Various Second War Period Documents

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Germany, Third Reich. A Group of Various Second War Period Documents

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Germany, Third Reich. A Group of Various Second War Period Documents

The group of documents includes five Disability Insurance cards, c.1940-1941, each measuring approximately 14.9 cm (w) x 21.1 cm (h). Two Income Tax cards, c.1944, and each measures approximately 14.7 cm (w) x 20.8 cm (h). Three Household Passports for Industrial Products, and each measures approximately 9.7 cm (w) x 15cm (h). A page of eight stamps for 10 kg Iron, measures, 16.5 cm (w) x 11.7 cm (h). A Student card for a commercial school in Hamburg, c. 1944, and measures 10 cm (w) x 20 cm (h). A Janitor ID card for the Reichsgau Wartheland real estate company, c.1944, to Lucie Zabłoński of Lodz, and measures 10.5 cm (w) x 14.6 cm (h). A Soap Card, and measures 10.4 cm (w) x 9.2 cm (h). A Reich clothing card, c.1944, and measures 10.6 cm (w) x 14.8 cm (h). A Polish food card, unused, and measures 20.5 cm (w) x 14.5 cm (h). A Polish milk card, c.1943, and measures 12.8 cm (w) x 13.3 cm (h). A Polish work exchange card, and measures 10 cm (w) x 20 cm (h). An Order for a Guardian for Paul Foik in Weischowa, c.1934, measures 21 cm (w) x 29.6 cm (h). A collection of various documents. The documents range from poor to very fine conditions.
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