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The historical Zeppelin card carries a total of five Brazilian postage stamps, including two airmail values, & ldquo; Airship from Santos Dumont & ldquo; the well-known Brazilian aviation pioneer. The card was abandoned in Peru & ndash; documented by the postage stamp and postmark from Lima, dated September 7, 1932 ..
Convension by post then went on to Rio de Janeiro, where the card was handed over to the airship & ndash; documented by the already mentioned Brazilian franking and the postmarks from Rio de Janeiro of October 10, 1932.
The arrival in Friedrichshafen is confirmed by the special cancellation from Friedrichshafen, dated October 19, 1932 & ldquo; BY AIR SHIP GRAF ZEPPELIN & ldquo ;.
From Friedrichshafen we went on by plane to Berlin, documented by the red airmail confirmation stamp and the arrival stamp, documented by the Berlin day stamp of October 20, 1932.
On the back another day stamp from Lima, from the original delivery date of September 7th and the transit stamp from Rio de Janeiro.