1, 2, 4 RM Set Issued for the Graf Zeppelin visit for the 1933 Chicago Century of Progress flight. This set was complimented by a US issue. Overprint reads Chicagofahrt, Weltausstellung (Chicago Flight, World Exhibition). The airship had the newly-added swastika on its top and bottom tail fins.
VF Airmail set showing German Eagle soaring over globe and swastika on the sun, 5pf to 100pf., 9 stamps
VF Airmail set showing German Eagle soaring over globe and swastika on the sun. also German aviation pioneers. 5pf to 3 RM, 11 stamps
VF Airmail set The 1936 set shows LZ 129, The Hindenburg, over a German valley and was issued for its first North America flight. Airmail
VF used. 1938 small zeppelin stamp set. The set has swastikas in the upper corners and depict Count Zeppelin at the helm of his airship as well as the gondola. The stamps show the outlines of the Graf Zeppelin and the Hindenburg Airships
VF 1942 Fieldpost Air Post stamp issued to Military. Perforated
VF 1942 Fieldpost Air Post stamp issued to Military. Rouletted
VF used. 1942 Parcel Post stamp issued to Military.
VF used. 1942 Parcel Post stamp issued to Military. <br>
VF 1944 The small green eagle stamps were issued to Germans in 1944 to send a small package for Christmas to loved ones at the front. They allowed 1,000 grams, about 2.2 lbs.
VF 1944 The Hitler overprint stamps were given to Germans to send warm clothing to loved ones fighting on the Russian front. They allowed one 2 Kg. (4.4 lb.) package. They were not made available to collectors. Used stamps are very scarce.
VF 1942 These stamps were used to mail Official Nazi mail. Two different sets were issued. This is the second, unwatermarked, set.
VF 1939 Set of two newspaper stamps showing news courier and globe.
VF 1938 These were used by National Socialist party members to send official mail. The set has 11 stamps from 1pf to 40pf. They all have the swastika watermark.