Help please...German marking.....

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  1. Rick 2

    Rick 2 Member

    Any assistance to help identify the marking in lower left side of this postcard ? Is it a censors mark? It almost looks like a time stamp but I cant identify...small "T" with .13. behind it? Second line looks like 30 10, 3rd line "6-7*." (* being unknown) 1906 DE3.jpg with 4th line "b." 1906 DE.jpg
     
  2. Hochstrasse

    Hochstrasse Moderator Moderator

    Hi Rick 2,
    No, it has nothing to do with a censor mark. When Germany became a country in 1871 only 53% of the population was being served by a post office. There was an attempt for universal mail service with the creation of Posthilfstellen, or private contract offices usually in smaller villages and towns. I can't say for certain, as I am not an expert, but perhaps that is a marking of such a contract office.
     
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  3. Rick 2

    Rick 2 Member

    Thank you Hochstrasse........well, crap, unfortunately the only member of our local stamp club who knew anything about German Locals recently passed away of non-covid cancer. RIP. Damn.
     
  4. Werner Salentin

    Werner Salentin Well-Known Member

    If the date on the postmark should be 29.1.06,than it could be
    a private cancel for incomming mail.
    Dated O1 02 (Feb.first),6-7 V(ormittags = a.m.).
    Just a guess !
     
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  5. Ralf Kollmann

    Ralf Kollmann New Member

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  6. Rick 2

    Rick 2 Member

    Thank you sir !!
     
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