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  • Two Wartime Donation Certificates to Dr. Hochkirch
  • Two Wartime Donation Certificates to Dr. Hochkirch
  • Two Wartime Donation Certificates to Dr. Hochkirch
  • Two Wartime Donation Certificates to Dr. Hochkirch
  • Two Wartime Donation Certificates to Dr. Hochkirch
  • Two Wartime Donation Certificates to Dr. Hochkirch
  • Two Wartime Donation Certificates to Dr. Hochkirch

Item: G27693

Two Wartime Donation Certificates to Dr. Hochkirch

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Two Wartime Donation Certificates to Dr. Hochkirch

Two donation certificates. They measure 209x148mm and 199x141mm, respectively, both in near mint condition with folding creases. The first certificate is from 1940, on the Führer’s birthday. It states that Dr. Hochkirch has contributed to the metal donation of the German people and carries a facsimile of the signature of General Field Marshal Hermann Göring. The second certificate is from 1941. It states that Dr. F. Hochkirch donated 2 kilograms of textiles to the Reich Textile Collection. The document carries a facsimile of the signature of the Reichskommisar für Altmaterialverwertung (Reich Commissioner for Recycling/Repurposing), Hans Heck.
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