February 2018 - Our Passports
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  • 1943 German Diplomatenpass.
  • 1943 German Diplomatenpass.
  • WW2 German diplomatic passport.
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Second Vienna Award

1943 German Diplomatenpass. During World War Two thousands of Diplomatic & Service passports where issued by all sides: The Allies, Axis and Neutral countries sent their officials on countless trips throughout the world, be it in areas of conflict or relative calm. It is nearly...

  • 1808 State Department related passport circular
  • Very early US passport circular - 1808
  • 1808 State Department related passport circular
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Very early US passport circular – 1808

US diplomatic mission in Spain. A lovely early Americana official State Department related circular. The document was hand written and signed by US senior diplomat to Spain George W. Erving (1769-1850). His posting to Madrid, as Chargי d'Affaires (the ‘ambassador’ was James Bowdoin III), started...