German Feldpost

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German Feldpost

Post by TGLWXX » 09 Jan 2020 12:14


I own a German Feldpost but I don't know from what war it is.
It has a Absender, a Feldpostnummer and a stamp. However, everything is crossed out and is hardly readable.
On the stamp I can only see MARKLISSA, a city in Poland/Prussia. Marklissa N./S stands also on the Absender. I believe N./S means Niederschlesien.
There is also a name and a rank (San-Uffz/medic nco) on it.
The Feldpostnummer is a barely readable 5 character number, I asume it says : 0 39 79

Thanks in advance for your answers.


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Re: German Feldpost

Post by GregSingh » 09 Jan 2020 23:14

Marklissa N/S, now Leśna, Lubań County.

If read correctly (and from WWII), 03979 points to some Bau- or Wach- Bataillonen.
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German Feldpost

Post by Jeromewaf » 18 Mar 2020 07:24

Youre welcome.I agree it is pretty unique.I was going to bid on it but got sidetracked.I hope someone from the Forum got it.The German bullion is exquisite.I would be interested to know how they made it.By hand or machine?
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