Fixed Price Sale of Local Stamps, Postal History and Documents of the Spanish Civil War
Local stamps and political labels of the Spanish Civil War
Postal History of the Spanish Civil War
Other stamps and documents of the Spanish Civil War
Unlisted local stamps, political labels and censor marks of the Spanish Civil War.
Featured Lots. Spanish Civil War local stamps, political labels and postal history.
Propaganda post cards of the Spanish Civil War
Registered cover from Madrid to Reformatorio de Adultos prison in Alicante, with postmark dated on April 1, 1938, plus special mark for registered mail serial number "Estafeta Sucursal / Nº 1 / Madrid / Certificado Nº". Addressed to the prisoner Luis Conde Devesa.
Cover from Corps (Isere), France, to General Franco in Madrid. Postmark dated on April 4, 1941. Arrival backstamps both dated on April 26, 1941, one from Madrid and the other one reading "Jefatura del Estado / Servicios Postales". Rare.
Cover to Colonia de Niños, from Madrid to Alicante. Many children were moved from Madrid and other cities near the front to safer zones in the coast, where they were hosted in special colonies for children. Unreadable postmarks, but content inside dated on November 27, 1937. Very rare.
Cover from Nürnberg, Germany, to Avila, with censor mark Heller A144.1. Postmark dated on December 12, 1936. On the back Poste Restante arrival mark dated on December 14, 1936, handwritten note "No está en esta oficina" (Not found in this office) and rare censor mark "Gobierno del Estado Español - Oficina de Prensa y Propaganda".