Hi Mike, thanks for posting these!
I have no knowledge of such items, so all I can tell you is, that except faily common postcards and part of an DAF workbook you have a number of postal delivery receipts on which the receiver had to sign upon delivery. I'm afraid they might not be of much value. However, of some interest is the card for some dringendes Rüstungsgut (urgent war materials) to the VDM-Luftfahrtwerke (VDM Aviation Factories). The ink stamps on the postcards might be something special that makes them more desirable than plain cards. But again, I know nothing about those and you will have to wait for a more knowledgeable member who can surely tell you more about them.
Again, thanks for sharing!
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section for a package deliverer
interesting because equipment suppliers !!
( 2 marks is rare ?)
I even collect only Feldpost
The Hitler postcards are worth about 25.00 each the other items I am not familiar with looks like it was cut off a package or something.Still worth at least 10.00 dollars each.
Yes postmarks and cancellations are very collectible,but be aware there are thousands and thousands of them.Postmarks that are on certain postcards match For instance a postcard issued for the 1936 Nuremberg Rally should have a matching postmark cancellation,with a date stamp as well.Check out the postcards that I have posted under postcards and stamps forum on this site