[Below: Envelope with stamps bearing sheet tabs - (circa 1941)]


[Below: Two envelopes with stamps bearing sheet tabs - (circa 1941)]


[Below: Envelope bearing partial souvenir sheet - Note it is addressed to an 'SS Obersturmfuhrer' at 'Buchenwald' - (circa 1941)]


[Below: Front: Postcard #1 'Day of NSDAP in General Government' - (circa 1941)]

[Below: Back: Postcard #1 'Day of NSDAP in General Government' - (circa 1941)]


[Below: Front: Postcard #2 celebrating 'Two Years of NSDAP in General Government' - (circa 1942)]

[Below: Back: Postcard #2 celebrating 'Two Years of NSDAP in General Government' - (circa 1942)]


[Below: Front: Postcard #3 celebrating 'Day of NSDAP in General Government' - (circa 1943)]

[Below: Back: Postcard #3 celebrating 'Day of NSDAP in General Government' - (circa 1943)]


[Below: Postcard 'Day of German Police in General Government']


[Below: - (circa 1940)]


[Below: - (circa 1941)]


[Below: Note the overprinted Polish stamp.]


[Below: This has a rare combination of a German and Polish stamp used together with a German cancel.]


[Below: Note the overprinted Polish postcard and stamps.]


[Below: Note the overprinted Polish stamps.]


[Below: Note the overprinted Polish stamps.]


[Below: This postcard advertises an art exhibition in Krakau.]


[Below: This postcard shows a flattering caricature of Winston Churchill.]


[Below: This shows a rather rare 1942 cancel commemorating Galacia.]


[Below: This German postcard bears a postmark of Posen, a hotly contested region between Germany and Poland. After WWI it was stripped from Germany by the Versailles Treaty, however, Adolf Hitler later took it back. But only to be lost again after WWII. Will Germany ever reclaim Posen? Time shall tell.]

[Below: This German postcard bears the name Wartheland (what the Poles called Posen and was later changed by the Germans).]

[Below: Rare non-postage stamps from Wartheland.]


[Below: 1940 official stamps.]

[Below: These stamps were never fully finished. They are very rare to find in this state.]

[Below: These stamps were also never fully finished. They are missing their denominations.]

[Below: This is a very rare sunken die proof of a postage stamp from 1943. The design was by Dachauer.]

[Below: Very rare presentation ministerial folders containing sets of postage stamps. These were presented to government officials and other important individuals. You can imagine how rare these are. This is from 1940 and contains Official postage stamps (MiD1-D15).]

[Below: Very rare presentation ministerial folders containing sets of postage stamps. These were presented to government officials and other important individuals. You can imagine how rare these are. This is from 1942 and contains Adolf Hitler's birthday commemoration stamps (Mi89-91) with special cancels.]

[Below: Very rare presentation ministerial folders containing sets of postage stamps. These were presented to government officials and other important individuals. You can imagine how rare these are. This is from 1943 and contain stamps celebrating the 3rd year of National Socialist rule in Poland (Mi105-109).]


[Below: Very rare unissued postage stamp set (1943).]

[Below: Even rarer, here are color trial proofs of the 6 stamp (oil wells) above .]

[Below: The rarest of all of the unissued stamps of the General Government (Poland). This was made in 1943 but was never issued. It is known as the 'Gorale 12gr green', it depicts the legendary 'Panjewagon'. In 2016, this stamp sold for $11,000!]


[Below: A charity stamp for the Winterhilfswerk (Winter Help Work).]


[Below: This is a ration stamp for vodka!]

[Below: Here is the perforated version.]

[Below: Another vodka ration stamp.]


[Below: A court fees document stamp.]


[Below: A court fees document stamp overprinted 'D'.]


[Below: A court fees document stamp sheet.]


[Below: Court fees document stamp.]

[Below: Court fees document stamp.]

[Below: Court fees document stamps.]


[Below: A court fees document stamp.]


[Below: Butcher revenue stamps for the General Government]


[Below: Court fees document stamps but with overprints.]


[Below: Here is a postcard with an interesting and seldom seen combination of official stamps and a fee stamp (far right).]


[Below: This is a railway revenue.]

[Below: This is a railway revenue.]

[Below: This is a railway revenue.]


[Below: Railroad stamp for the General Government.]

[Below: Railroad stamp for the General Government.]

[Below: Block of four railroad stamps overprinted '1944' for the General Government.]

[Below: Railroad stamp overprinted '1944' for the General Government.]


[Below: NSDAP membership revenue quarter year dues stamp with 1943 overprint. This stamp would go in a membership book and is for the NSDAP in the General Government.]


[Below: A sheet of ration stamps for sugar.]

[Below: Ration stamp for sugar.]


[Below: Iron revenue stamp.]

[Below: Iron revenue stamp.]

[Below: Iron revenue stamp.]


[Below: Textile ration stamp.]

[Below: Textile ration stamp.]

[Below: Textile ration stamp.]

[Below: Textile ration stamp.]

[Below: Textile ration stamp.]


[Below: This is a local revenue stamp.]

[Below: This is a local revenue stamp.]

[Below: This is a local revenue stamp.]

[Below: This is a local revenue stamp.]


[Below: This is a ration stamp for textile wares.]

[Below: This is a ration stamp for vodka.]

[Below: This is a ration stamp for wash detergent.]

[Below: Here's a partial sheet from the set (used from 1941-43), showing coupons for steel, leather, cigarettes, vodka, soap, textiles, etc.]


[Below: This is a ration stamp for household wares.]

[Below: This is a ration stamp for iron.]

[Below: This is a ration stamp for drinking brandy.]

[Below: This is a ration stamp for spirits.]

[Below: Ration sheet. Click for larger view.]

[Below: Ration sheet. Click for larger view.]

[Below: Ration sheet. Click for larger view.]

[Below: These are revenues for railroad baggage.]

[Below: Block of railroad baggage revenues.]

[Below: Block of railroad baggage revenues.]

[Below: Block of railroad baggage revenues.]