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#327888 - 04/07/17 10:38 PM Re: Imperial Graphic Arts ... [Re: Dean Perdue]
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Fieldposted


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#327892 - 04/08/17 07:23 AM Re: Imperial Graphic Arts ... [Re: Dean Perdue]
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That's a great card!

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#327901 - 04/08/17 02:47 PM Re: Imperial Graphic Arts ... [Re: Mike (aka Byzanti)]
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Glad you like it Mike.
A change seeing it's humans on the receiving end this time versus poor defencless animals...Joaquin Phoenix narrates a great eye opening documentary called 'Earthlings' regarding the subject for anyone interested in their cause.

Here's a early-on WWI field posted card that looks like a trip out of a opium den.
Dated Dec.4,1914


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#327904 - 04/08/17 03:00 PM Re: Imperial Graphic Arts ... [Re: Dean Perdue]
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Maybe this has to do with french occupation of the Rhineland using black troops during the treaty of versailes.

My translation from google and if I read the letters correctly (a big maybe).
If anyone can correct or improve I'd welcome that.

The black disgrace
So a French artist represents the
rape of the breed.

Printed on reverse: 'hamburgischen landesverband gegen die schwarze schmach'.
According to google translate:
?? federation against the black ??


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#327987 - 04/10/17 09:51 PM Re: Imperial Graphic Arts ... [Re: Dean Perdue]
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Heavy, thick stock


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#328269 - 04/21/17 10:13 PM Re: Imperial Graphic Arts ... [Re: Dean Perdue]
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Feild posted to Berlin in January 1915.
What's the snake represent?


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#328274 - 04/22/17 08:58 AM Re: Imperial Graphic Arts ... [Re: Dean Perdue]
Mike (aka Byzanti) Online


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Good question! Maybe it's just symbolic of deception, or an anti Semitic reference.

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#328321 - 04/24/17 10:15 PM Re: Imperial Graphic Arts ... [Re: Mike (aka Byzanti)]
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I'm hoping this item coincides with the field flier unit art on the bottom of page 67 of the thread.

I attempted a google translate but it wasn't making too much sense.

With the prop and bomb remarks, 1925 weimar republic date, along with crashed out Ikarus... maybe a reference of germany losing it's air power during treaty of versailles.
Only an interpretation on my part based on the art and could be way off base.
Any additional thought or correction welcome.

On reverse artist signed and ink stamped bammlung Heeren?? (army collection??)


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#328803 - 05/11/17 02:47 PM Re: Imperial Graphic Arts ... [Re: Dean Perdue]
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Flieger oriented card posted with correspondence.
Some swords and pilot badges to look at...and of course the cool aircraft.


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#328804 - 05/11/17 03:04 PM Re: Imperial Graphic Arts ... [Re: Dean Perdue]
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Feild posted from one soilder to another August 21st 1915.
Has difficult to read script on reverse.


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#328903 - 05/19/17 12:50 PM Re: Imperial Graphic Arts ... [Re: Dean Perdue]
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Thor goes to work for the fatherland.


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#329011 - 05/21/17 10:51 PM Re: Imperial Graphic Arts ... [Re: Dean Perdue]
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Mailed from Berlin July 17, 1915


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#329074 - 05/25/17 09:57 PM Re: Imperial Graphic Arts ... [Re: Dean Perdue]
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Sent to Stuttgart on 3/4/1915


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#329075 - 05/25/17 10:01 PM Re: Imperial Graphic Arts ... [Re: Dean Perdue]
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Correspondence dated 28/2/1923


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#329076 - 05/25/17 10:08 PM Re: Imperial Graphic Arts ... [Re: Dean Perdue]
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The cancellation date on this one is illegible.
There's about 20 signatures on the reverse.


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#329318 - 06/05/17 10:47 AM Re: Imperial Graphic Arts ... [Re: Dean Perdue]
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Nice cards!

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#329581 - 06/17/17 09:48 AM Re: Imperial Graphic Arts ... [Re: Alex .]
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Thanks for looking and commenting Alex...Glad you like them.

This card went unposted but has roughly 150 word corespondence very neatly penned on reverse dated 9 October 1931.


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#329584 - 06/17/17 10:13 AM Re: Imperial Graphic Arts ... [Re: Dean Perdue]
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Berlin publisher. Posted 19/5/13 with brief correspondence.

Hung at one point and thought the runes and hakenkreuz above the arched door were cool.

Maybe peasants having a solstice fire but that's only a guess.
I'm not familiar with the symbol at the top either.


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#329633 - 06/18/17 07:57 PM Re: Imperial Graphic Arts ... [Re: Dean Perdue]
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Feldpostkarte hand written in ink then 'feldpostexpedition' postal stamp dated 29/12/14 with correspondence from 2 days earier.

Grenadier Regiment 100, 5 Komp.*(Lieb) Briefstempel ink stamped.

Adler teamwork.
6 eyes better than 2... sword clutching eagle cleaning up whats left over. Cool art imo.


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#329870 - 06/23/17 12:34 PM Re: Imperial Graphic Arts ... [Re: Dean Perdue]
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Mailed in Munich 11/10/16


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#329871 - 06/23/17 12:40 PM Re: Imperial Graphic Arts ... [Re: Dean Perdue]
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I'd love to know what the crossed horse heads represent...It's seen in art, pins, medallions, and on old architecture (especially peaks of roofs).


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#329872 - 06/23/17 01:44 PM Re: Imperial Graphic Arts ... [Re: Dean Perdue]
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This article contains lots of information about the Germanic use of horses heads/crossed horses heads - Article Link
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#329885 - 06/24/17 09:56 AM Re: Imperial Graphic Arts ... [Re: Vern]
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Thanks Vern for that great link and useful information on the history of this ancient tradition.
I had no idea it dated back so far.


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#330155 - 07/02/17 11:39 AM Re: Imperial Graphic Arts ... [Re: Dean Perdue]
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1914 signature on reverse.


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#330157 - 07/02/17 11:58 AM Re: Imperial Graphic Arts ... [Re: Dean Perdue]
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Feild posted 1/11/1917 and appropriately marked with a Minenwerfer-Ersatz-Regiment inkstamp...(motar regiment)??

Who knows... maybe the sketch/artwork was done within the regiment.


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