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REPUBLIC POST CARDS & POSTCARDS
Dominikaanse Republiek / DOMINIKANISCHE REPUBLIK
DOMINICAANSE REPUBLIEK / REPUBBLICA DOMENICANA /
REPUBLICA DOMINICANA / REPÚBLICA DOMINICANA /
RÉPUBLIQUE DOMINICAINE / ドミニカ共和国 / 도미니카 공화국
11 ALLAN BERNE-ALLEN REAL PHOTO POSTCARDS
"Columbus' body lies here / the oldest church / in the New World / bones of the man / that came there / 1492" Azo (triangles all up) real photo post card of a church exterior, numbered '36.SD' in printing on face, tiny bottom corner crease. Shown above left.
"He went to Negro general of Santo Domingo / and taking off his hat asked him to / save the lives of the white people. / He said no - so he never put on / his hat again" Azo real photo (triangles point up) postcard of a statue, caption from writing on back, printed but hard-to-read caption looks like 'Catholic Monument' beneath another '117 / Bendicto / Monument in S. D.' Shown above right.
"Santo Domingo / Bay" sepia-tone Azo (triangles all up) real photo postcard. Shown above right.
"Santo Domingo / night in the / bay. Its(sic) a long away to U. S." sepia-tone Azo (triangles all up) real photo postcard. Shown above right.
"Sunset Santo Domingo bay." sepia-tone Cyko real photo postcard, address backstamped. Front printing 'S. D. 99'. Shown above right.
=> All 11 real photo postcards shown above for $65.00. dp(b) <=
"HI3HBD" Santiago de los Caballeros QSL card used 1991, fresh appearance. $2.00
"HI8A" Santo Domingo shortwave QSL card used 1991, fresh appearance, zebra DX contest design (Japanese?) $2.25 . Similar but for 1990, operator was Akito Nagi, excellent condition. $2.25 d
"HI8-IBC" Santo Domingo QSL card mailed 28 ABR 1967 with 7¢ and 1¢ butterfly stamp to North Abington Massachusetts, 1¢ stamp lightly cancelled but not tied, couple tiny dings to the top edge, noticeable wear near one bottom corner. $1.00 d-d
"HI8JEV" Santo Domingo QSL postcard mailed January 20 1970 to Pennsylvania (3 different stamps in good condition) by operator Jaime E. Vega, upper corner crease. $2.00 d-d
"HI8-PJP" Santo Domingo shortwave (28 MHz) QSL card used 1987 by operator Pedro J. Mejías, 2 corner creases (1 is small). $1.50 d. Similar but better condition--1 of the corner creases is tiny & there is a ACD QSL label affixed to the back (a couple of perforations are clipped). $1.75 d&
"HI8-RBP" Santo Domingo QSL postcard used 1977 by operator Rafael Baez, beautiful illustration is captioned 'Fachada Norte de la Catedral Primada de América, / Santo Domingo, República Dominicana' (north side of the first cathedral in America), fairly fresh with good edges. $2.00 dc
"HI / DL5PV" Punta Cana QSL card used 1994 by Frank Eichstaedt of Ludwigshafen Germany, Hotel Fiesta Bravo logo on front (giving us the QTH which is not specified on the card) with small map showing its coastal location, excellent condition. (2 available) $2.00 each. d
HISPANIOLA AIRWAYS. Unused regular-size post card showing its Douglas DC-6BF (HI-458) parked, from a limited edition of 500 printed in Thailand, near mint. $7.50 ad
"Hotel Jaragua, Cuidad Trujillo / Hotel Jaragua, Trujillo City 8B-H159" circa-1948 (from printer's code) government postal card with 2-c indicia on back showing the same hotel, fresh appearance. Imperfectly rectangular, but all edges straight. $1.75 d-d
"Lake Rincón / Dominican Republic" showing 3 small fishing boats being poled through dense lily pads, well done home-made (and, hence, unique) postcard mailed FEB 2 1965 from Anthon Iowa, two tiny corner bends. $1.75 dfs(l)
SERVICIOS AEREOS PROFESIONALES, SA. Unused continental postcard showing its DeHavilland DH-114-2B (HI-582CT) on the ground from a limited edition of 500, faint vertical guide impression from printing process, otherwise excellent condition. $7.50 ad
"S.S. 'RYNDAM' 15,015 Gross Reg. Tons / A New Concept in Tourist Travel" postcard printed in the Netherlands for the Holland-America Line, unused, bottom corner bend not easily noticed from the front. Routine sailings were between Rotterdam and New York City. Later named the Copa Casino, she sank 16 March 2003 of the coast of the Dominican Republic. $12.00 s(o)dd
TRADO. Unused continental size color postcard showing its Douglas DC-G-A/B (HI-454) flying in clouds near Miami in January 1988, from a Michel Plazanet photo, minor edge wear at the top. $4.50 a(p)d
TRADO. Unused continental size color post card showing its Convair CV-440 (HI-594CT) parked near other aircraft, from a photograph credited to D. Cocco, near mint. $7.50 a(p)d
VICTORIA AIR, S.A. (United States). Unused regular-size post card showing its Douglas DC-3-210D (N102AP) at Miami Florida in March 1990, near mint. In 7 June 1991, this aircraft made a forced landing in a Dominican Republic sugar cane field and was written off; fortunately there were no fatalities. $8.50 adf
VIRGIN ISLANDS INTERNATIONAL AIRWAYS (United States). Unused regular-size postcard showing its Douglas DC-3-201D (N102AP) at Miami Florida in January 1984, near mint. On June 7 1991 it made a forced landing in a sugar cane field near Puerto Plata-La Union Airport in the Dominican Republic; there were no fatalities, but the aircraft was written off. $10.00 addfv
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