I added a piece to my collection that I really like. Its was carried on LZ126 ZR3's transatlantic flight from Germany to the USA Oct 12-15th, 1924, under the command of Hugo Eckener. This was also the very first transatlantic zeppelin flight from Friedrichshafen Germany to Lakehurst NJ USA. The ZR-3 was turned over to the US upon arriving in Lakehurst, as war reparations, and became the US Navy airship 'Los Angeles'
I noticed something interesting about the cachet. Every piece I've seen using the same cachet has originated with the same person, George H Jaeger of Libau Latvia. It make me think he may have created the cachet or at least initiated its use. I'm not sure who the artwork itself is credited to.
However, in later years the same cachet imagery was altered to remove the ZR3 and used on covers for LZ127 Graf Zeppelin flights. Many of these are credited to A.C. Rosseler when you see them.
Does anyone happen to know anything of the history of the cachet or George H. Jaeger?
Also, I noticed its cancelled twice in Friedrichshafen, on Sept 15 and Oct 10.