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  • Germany, Imperial. A Lot of First World War Fighter Ace Postcards

Item: G49290

Germany, Imperial. A Lot of First World War Fighter Ace Postcards

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Germany, Imperial. A Lot of First World War Fighter Ace Postcards

(Fliegerass Postkarten). A lot of three First World War fighter ace postcards, including one depicting Oswald Boelcke, in uniform and with the Pour le Mérite and other decorations clearly visible, the reverse unused, measuring 87 mm (w) x 138 mm (h), in extremely fine condition; one depicting Ernst Freiherr von Althaus, in uniform and with the Pour le Mérite and other decorations clearly visible, the reverse unused, measuring 86 mm (w) x 137 mm (h), in extremely fine condition, and; one depicting Otto Parschau, in uniform and with the Pour le Mérite and other decorations clearly visible, the reverse unused, measuring 85 mm (w) x 136 mm (h), in extremely fine condition.
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