For sale is a rare Antique 1866 darted letter which is Incredibly Rude and Boastful On Driving Under the company Albert Meixner. The letter translated from German to English is as follows:
“BRESLAU, April 1866. I greed myself amuse myself that on the bogus day I drove under the company Albert Meixner agency, commission, cotton & linen yarn business on snappy flatze. Please feel free to support my company with sbem friendly madwill and kindly take note of my oudste-making Saudzeicabung. . Regards Albert Meixner. Will draw: Comptoir: Blumenstrassen- und Tanenzienstrassen - Eeke.”
On the back there is a 04 Pf. (1858 - Mi. #9, Sc. #9) - Green stamp The six new definitive stamps of Prussia shown above were issued between 1861 and 1865. These new stamps were embossed, with the Prussian coat-of-arms, and they were rough-rouletted 11 1/2. The rouletting however, was very poorly done, and stamps that have full rouletting all the way around demand substantial premiums. With a blank ink stamp Stadt postexperxo5, and a hand written 1866 Breslau in April Albert Meixner.
This is a rare and historical document! Types I old script abs hand signed by Albert Meixner. Plenty of research to be done. Guaranteed original or money back. This will be sent via Royal Mail, via 1st class signed for and dispatched within two to three working day’s.