Volumes 10 - 12A

Volume 10, 28 pages

Autographed stamps (Spain - Zanzibar) 1940s - 1950s

  1. B/2 Spanish stamps on card, card signed by General Franco, Prime Minister of Spain
  2. Spanish stamp on card, signed by General Franco, Prime Minister ofSpain
  3. Spanish stamp on card, card signed by Princess Maria Cristina ofSpain
  4. B/4 Spanish stamps, signed by Princess Maria Cristina and Princess Beatrice of Spain,with signature card of Maria Cristina and cancelled cover
  5. Spanish stamp on card signed by Prince Juan Carlos of Spain, and signed callingcard
  6. Spanish stamp on card signed by Prince Juan Carlos of Spain and cancelled cover
  7. Spanish stamp on card signed by the Duke of Segovia and cancelled cover
  8. Spanish stamp on card, card signed by Victoria Eugenia, Queen ofSpain
  9. B/4 Spanish stamps, signed by VictoriaEugenia
  10. Cancelled Swedish stamp on card, signed by Gustavus V, King ofSweden
  11. Syrian stamp on card, card signed by Hashim Atassi, President ofSyria
  12. B/4 Syrian stamps on card, card signed by Hashim Atassi, and cancelled cover
  13. Syrian stamp on card, signed by Shukri El-Kouatly, President ofSyria
  14. B/4 Syrian stamps, individually signed by Shukri El-Kouatly, and cancelled cover
  15. B/4 Syrian stamps on card, card signed by Marshal Husni Zayim, President of Syria,and cancelled cover
  16. Tongan stamp on card, signed by Salote Dupon, Queen ofTonga
  17. Tongan stamp on card, signed by Salote Tupou, Queen ofTonga
  18. B/4 Tongan stamps, signed by Salote Tupou, Queen ofTonga
  19. B/4 Tunisian stamps, individually signed by Sidi Mohammed Al-Amin, Bey ofTunis
  20. B/4 Turkish stamps, signed by Celal Bayar, President ofTurkey
  21. Turkish presentation proof, signed by Ismet Inonu, President ofTurkey
  22. B/4 Turkish stamps, signed by Ismet Inonu, and cancelled cover
  23. Brazilian stamp on card, signed by Luis Batlle Berres, President ofUruguay
  24. B/4 Brazilian stamps on card, signed by Luis BatlleBerres
  25. Yemeni stamp on card, signed by Seif Ul Islam Abdullah, Prince ofYemen
  26. Zanzibar stamp on card, signed by Sir Khalifa Bin Harub, Sultan ofZanzibar
  27. B/4 Zanzibar stamps on card, signed by Sir Khalifa BinHarub
  28. B/4 Zanzibar stamps on card, signed by Sir Khalifa BinHarub

Volume 11, 32 pages

stamps signed by famous aviators

  1. B/4 Cuban stamps, individually signed by aviator E. Paul Du Pont, Jr, and cancelled cover
  2. B/4 Spanish stamps, upper left signed by Charles Lindbergh, Americanaviator
  3. Spanish stamp on card, signed by Teodoro Fels, Argentineanaviator
  4. B/4 Spanish stamps, signed by Teodoro Fels, Argentineanaviator
  5. B/4 Spanish stamps, signed by Lt. Cdr. Dagoberto Godoy, Chileanaviator
  6. B/4 Spanish stamps, individually signed by Lt. Cdr. Dagoberto Godoy and cancelled cover
  7. B/4 Cuban stamps, individually signed by Domingo Rosillo, Cubanaviator
  8. Six B/4 Ecuadorian stamps, each stamp signed by Cpt. Elia Liut, Ecuadorianaviator
  9. Five B/4 Ecuadorian stamps, each stamp signed by Cpt. Elia Liut, Ecuadorianaviator
  10. B/4 Ecuadorian stamps, each stamp signed by Cpt. Elia Liut, Ecuadorianaviator
  11. U.S. stamp (C13) on card, signed by Dr. Hugo Eckener,aeronaut
  12. U.S. stamp (C18) with plate number, signed by Dr. HugoEckener
  13. Philippine stamp on card, signed by Cpt. Wolfgang Von Gronau, Germanaviator
  14. Italian commemorative strip of three stamps, signed by Lt. Col. Mario Baldini ofItaly
  15. Italian commemorative strip of three stamps, signed by General Vincenzo Biani ofItaly
  16. Italian commemorative strip of three stamps, signed by General Attilio Biseo ofItaly
  17. Italian commemorative strip of three stamps, signed by General Bruno Borghetti ofItaly
  18. Italian strip of three stamps, signed by General Leone Leonello of Italy and cancelled cover
  19. Italian strip of three stamps, signed by General Ulisse Longo of Italy and cancelled cover
  20. Italian strip of three stamps, signed by Col. Umberto Nannini of Italy and cancelled cover
  21. Italian strip of three stamps, signed by General Silvio Napoli of Italy and cancelled cover
  22. Italian strip of three stamps, signed by General Luigi Questa of Italy and cancelled cover
  23. Italian strip of three stamps, signed by General Celso Ranieri of Italy and cancelled cover
  24. Italian commemorative strip of three stamps, signed by General Giuseppe Teucci ofItaly
  25. Italian strip of three stamps signed by Col. Alessandro Vercelloni of Italy and a cancelled cover
  26. B/4 Italian stamps, each signed by aviator Francis Lombardi of Italy, and cancelled cover
  27. B/4 Lithuanian stamps signed by Lt. Felix Waitkus ofPoland
  28. One each - Lithuanian stamp on card, card signed by Lt. FelixWaitkus
  29. Lithuanian stamp on card, card signed by Lt. Felix Waitkus, and cancelled cover
  30. B/4 Netherland stamps signed by Lt. Col. G. A. Koppen of Holland, and cancelled cover
  31. Three B/4 Netherland stamps signed by Lt. Col. G. A. Koppen ofHolland
  32. B/4 Netherland stamps signed by Dr. Van der Hoop of Holland, and cancelled cover

Volume 11A, 42 pages (including page 30A)

stamps signed by famous aviators

  1. Signature card for aviator Walter Hinton, and cancelled cover
  2. Pre-printed signature card with handwritten note, from Pablo TeodoroFels
  3. Two postcards, unfranked, one signed by Lt. Cdr. Dagoberto Godoy, and cancelled cover
  4. Typed letter signed by DagobertoGodoy
  5. Photographic reproduction of Captain Elia Liut ofEcuador
  6. Typed letter signed by Captain Elia Liut, and cancelled cover
  7. Cancelled cover from Dr. HugoEckener
  8. Cancelled cover from Dr. HugoEckener
  9. Newspaper clipping, New York Times, Sunday August 15, 1954. Image and brief obituary for Dr. HugoEckener
  10. Preprinted calling card with handwritten note from Cpt. Wolfgang Von Gronau ofGermany
  11. Cancelled cover from Cpt. Wolfgang Von Gronau ofGermany
  12. Magazine clipping on the North Atlantic cruise of General Italo Balbo. Article by Malcolm MacGregor, “The Hunt for Autographed postage stamps.” stamps February 7,1953
  13. Typed, signed letter from Lt. Col. Mario Baldini ofItaly
  14. Cancelled cover from Lt. Col. Mario Baldini ofItaly
  15. Cancelled cover from General VincenzoBiani
  16. Typed letter signed by General Attilio Biseo ofItaly
  17. Cancelled cover from General Attilio Biseo ofItaly
  18. Photographic reproduction of a portrait of General Bruno Borghetti ofItaly
  19. Typed letter signed by General BrunoBorghetti
  20. Typed letter signed by General BrunoBorghetti
  21. Cancelled cover from General BrunoBorghetti
  22. Signed photograph (portrait) and cancelled cover from General Leone Leonello ofItaly
  23. Typed letter signed by General LeoneLeonello
  24. Handwritten note on card, signed by General Ulisse Longo ofItaly
  25. Typed letter signed by Colonnello Umberto Nannini ofItaly
  26. Typed letter signed by General Silvio Napoli ofItaly
  27. Typed letter signed by General Celso Ranieri ofItaly
  28. Cancelled cover from General Giuseppe Teucci ofItaly
  29. Typed letter signed by Colonnello Alessandro Vercelloni ofItaly
  30. Typed letter signed by Francis Lombardi 30A. Cancelled cover from Lt. FelixWaitkus
  31. Clipping of a photograph and caption from the “Fokker” bulletin, Nov-Dec 1927. “The Postduif” (Carrier Pigeon) and her crew. From left to right: Pilot G. M. H. Frijns, 1st Lieutenant G. A. Koppen in command, and S. Elleman, mechanic
  32. Clipping from the “Fokker” bulletin, Nov-Dec 1927. “The first mail-carrier Holland-East Indies and back”
  33. contd. from page32
  34. contd. from page33
  35. contd. from page34
  36. contd. from page35
  37. contd. from page36
  38. contd. from page37
  39. contd. from page38
  40. Photograph, signed by Lt. Col. G. A. Koppen ofHolland
  41. Typed letter, signed by G. A.Koppen

Volume 12, 40 pages

stamps signed by Dignitaries

  1. Cancelled Norwegian stamp on card with signature of Squadron Cdr. TryggveGran
  2. B/4 Norwegian stamps signed by Tryggve Gran, and handwrittennote
  3. Portuguese stamp on card signed by Admiral GagoCoutinho
  4. B/4 Spanish stamps signed by Admiral Gago Coutinho, and cancelled cover
  5. B/4 Spanish stamps individually signed by General Eduardo Gonzalez Gallarza of Spain, and cancelled cover
  6. Spanish stamp on card signed by Col. Francisco Iglesias ofSpain
  7. B/2 Spanish stamps on card signed by Col. Francisco Iglesias, and cancelled cover
  8. B/4 Spanish stamps on card signed by Col. Francisco Iglesias, and cancelled cover
  9. Spanish stamp on card, signed by Col. Ignacio Jimenez ofSpain
  10. B/4 Spanish stamps, individually signed by Col. Ignacio Jimenez, and cancelled cover
  11. B/4 Turkish stamps, signed by Major SabihaGökçen
  12. stamp on card signed by General W. Anders, Polish ArmyOfficer
  13. B/4 stamps signed by General W.Anders
  14. Polish stamp on card, card signed by Lt. Gen. Tadeuez Bor Komorowski ofPoland
  15. B/4 Polish stamps, each signed by Tadeuez Bor Komorowski, and cancelled cover
  16. B/4 UN stamps, signed by Major General E. L. M. Burns, commander of UN Emergency Force
  17. Ecuadorian stamp on card, signed by Major George Diakoff, and cancelled cover
  18. B/4 South African stamps on card, signed by Maj. Robert Kernshaw, S. Africanaviator
  19. B/4 South African stamps on card, signed by Maj. Robert Kernshaw, S. Africanaviator
  20. B/8 South African stamps on card, signed by Maj. Robert Kernshaw, S. Africanaviator
  21. Three B/4 imperforated Republik Maluku Selatan stamps signed by General Douglas MacArthur
  22. Three B/4 imperforated Republik Maluku Selatan stamps signed by General Douglas MacArthur
  23. One B/4 imperforated Republik Maluku Selatan stamps signed by General Douglas MacArthur
  24. One B/4 imperforated Republik Maluku Selatan stamps signed by General Douglas MacArthur
  25. B/4 Philippine stamps signed by DouglasMacArthur
  26. Two B/4 Philippine stamps signed by Douglas MacArthur and cancelled cover
  27. Ecuadorian stamp on card, signed by Col. Chester C. Moomaw, and cancelled cover
  28. B/4 Japanese stamps on card, card signed by Ensign Kazuo Sakamaki of Japan, and cancelled cover
  29. Two B/4 Japanese stamps, one block signed on each stamp’s reverse by KazuoSakamaki
  30. B/4 U.S. stamps signed by Pharmacist Mate John H.Bradley
  31. B/4 U.S. stamps signed by Pvt. Rene A.Gagnon
  32. B/4 U.S. stamps signed by Cpl. Ira H.Hayes
  33. B/4 U.S. stamps signed by Joe Rosenthal, A.P.Photographer
  34. Five U.S. Army stamps, signed by Sgt. B. J. Burns, Sgt. William A. Donaldson, Sgt.Charles

S. Jordan, Sgt. W. B. May, and Top Sgt. Edward Schroder

  1. B/4 U.S. Army stamps signed by Cpt. P. A. Linguiti, and cancelled cover
  2. Four U.S. Army stamps, signed by Cpt. P. A. Linguiti, Cpt. James C. Sharpe, Lt. George W. Thoemke, and Lt. Walter E.Tober
  3. B/4 U.S. Army stamps signed individually by Cpt. James M. Ruby, cancelled cover, and handwrittennote
  4. B/4 U.S. Army stamps signed individually by Cpt. James C. Sharpe, and cancelled cover
  5. B/4 U.S. Army stamps signed by Cpt. George W. Thoemke, and cancelled cover
  6. B/4 U.S. Army stamps signed individually by Lt. Walter E. Tober, and cancelled cover

Volume 12A, 36 pages

stamps signed by Dignitaries

  1. Two small photographs, one signed by Maj. Tryggve Gran, and cancelled cover
  2. Handwritten note on the inside of an envelope, Scott Expedition to the SouthPole
  3. Signature card from Admiral GagoCoutinho
  4. Handwritten note signed by Admiral Gago Coutinho, and cancelled cover
  5. Typed letter signed by General Eduardo Gonzalez Gallarza ofSpain
  6. Typed letter signed by Cpt. Francisco Iglesias ofSpain
  7. Typed letter signed by Francisco Iglesias ofSpain
  8. Typed letter signed by Ignacio Jimenez ofSpain
  9. Handwritten letter signed by Major SabihaGökçen
  10. Cancelled cover from Major SabihaGökçen
  11. Cancelled cover from Major SabihaGökçen
  12. Newspaper clipping on Maj. Sabiha Gökçen. “Turkey’s Woman Flier Advocates Co-Ed Pilots.” The New York Times August 10,1953
  13. Notecard and cancelled cover from General W.Anders
  14. Notecard from secretary of General W. Anders, and cancelled cover
  15. Typed letter signed by T. Bor Komorowski ofPoland
  16. Typed letter signed by Maj. RobertKershaw
  17. Cancelled cover from Maj. RobertKershaw
  18. Typed letter signed by Maj. RobertKershaw
  19. Cancelled cover from Maj. RobertKershaw
  20. Signature card and cancelled cover from General DouglasMacArthur
  21. Handwritten note signed by KazuoSakamaki
  22. Iwo Jima illustration with individualsnamed
  23. Newspaper clipping, Iwo Jima, from Linn’s Weekly stamp News November 14,1949
  24. Newspaper clipping, “Who raised the flags on Iwo Jima?” by H. M.Brehm
  25. Newspaper clipping (contd. from page24)
  26. Newspaper clipping. Lucas, Jim G. “Iwo Jima flag raisers seek chiefly to forget.” New York World Telegram January 31,1950
  27. Cancelled cover from John H.Bradley
  28. Cancelled cover from Rene A.Gagnon
  29. Typed letter, from employer of Cpl. Ira H.Hayes
  30. Cancelled cover from employer of Cpl. Ira H.Hayes
  31. Newspaper clipping on Ira Hayes. “Heroes: Then There Were Two.” Time February 7,1955
  32. Iwo Jima photograph signed by JoeRosenthal
  33. Cancelled cover from JoeRosenthal
  34. Handwritten letter from Cpt. James C.Sharpe
  35. Handwritten letter from Cpt. George W.Thoemke
  36. Handwritten letter from Lt. Walter E.Tober