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Perfins On Austrian Stamps During 1850 -1918 Era

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Posted 09/21/2011   05:17 am  Show Profile Bookmark this reply Add rod222 to your friends list  Get a Link to this Reply
On the cusp 1922.
Large rectangular Vienna pmk (Rail Parcel?]
5000k
Looks like a sewing machine puncture.

I reckon perhaps was a large "B"
(maybe theft prevention device)


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Posted 09/21/2011   05:45 am  Show Profile Bookmark this reply Add Wadmalatz to your friends list  Get a Link to this Reply
BAUER







Paget & Co Wien (pmk. Wien 1888)





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Postmark: Triest 14/8 88 Bahnhof.
Perfin: J.P.






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4 stamps, same perfin, ALL of them franked in Prague (visible year 1899, and maybe 1892).So probably the `K&M` perfin was made in Prague?





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Posted 09/21/2011   06:46 am  Show Profile Bookmark this reply Add Wadmalatz to your friends list  Get a Link to this Reply
Perfin: A.G. 1831, stamp franked in Prague. Found many of these on Hungarian Envelope Type issues
http://goscf.com/t/12575&SearchTerm...arian,perfin

A.G. 1831= Assicurazioni Generali, here`s the history:
http://holding.generali.at/__C1256A...OpenDocument





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Posted 09/21/2011   07:33 am  Show Profile Bookmark this reply Add PoStat4evR to your friends list  Get a Link to this Reply
All great posts. It is interesting to see other peoples items.
Wadmalatz: K&M doesn't show up in Czechoslovakia catalog. Don't know about Austrian cat.
Rod222: Looks like a B to me.
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Thanks for information, pmk then probably on arrival. Unfortunately I have no perfin-catalogue at all. I`ll keep posting more perfins from this period (1850-1918), I`d be glad to receive information if you have any (the A.G. 1831 I knew only because appears on Hungarian stamps too)
Here`s another, H.A.G WIEN





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H.S&S







K.I.G.





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Posted 09/21/2011   2:35 pm  Show Profile Bookmark this reply Add Bujutsu to your friends list  Get a Link to this Reply
Hi All

Here is a small list I have in my files for Austrian perfins. Note that some of these are listed for the Austrian Levant in Turkey.

Constantinople Banque Imperial Ottomane BIO
Constantinople C.A. Sylvestre C.A.S.
Constantinople Credit Lyonnais C.L
Constantinople Establissment Orosdi-Bank EOB
Constantinople G. Capayannides G.C.
Constantinople L.M.
Constantinople, Smyrna Wiener Bank Verein WBV
Smyrna Banque Hongroise Commerce B.H.
Smyrna Geo. Stameny G.S.
Smyrna Oriental Carpet O.C.M.
Smyrna Paul Milberg P.M.
Smyrna T.

Hope this helps

Chimo

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Wadmalatz: Wow! A Triese & a Banhoft cancel! Impressive.

Don't show any listing in CZ cat for any of the others, but when I get my Austria Catalog (or someone else on the group has one) we will figure out
who they belong to.

Bujutsu: Great listing. You have some nice canels/Perfins there.

Bob

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Below are the front and back scans of a rather interesting item. In the Austria Catalog it is listed as pattern H113 (HTV). In the Czechoslovakian catalog it is listed as Item V12 (VHT). The CZ catalog does NOT have an ID. I am still waiting on my Austria cat to get here, so not sure if they ID it either.
In addition, it is on a Semi-Postal Issue B-5 issue 1915.
It also has a Prague postmark (Prah).

If any of you out there have an ID, I would not complain to hear it.








Enjoy...
Bob

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Posted 10/06/2016   04:23 am  Show Profile Bookmark this reply Add tommtomm to your friends list  Get a Link to this Reply
Just trying to answer some questions from the past.

The Nussbickel H-113 (the @HVT-65 perfin in the Austrian perfin catalog) was used from 1905 to 1918, and has been the perforation sign of the following trading company:

Handelsgesellschaft der Vereinigten Tafelglasfabriken

(Trading company of the united ewry manufactories)
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Any idea on this one?


Thanks
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