On 11 April 1914, the Rudolf Hertzog mail-order house of Berlin arranged for pilot Bruno Buchner to take a Pfalz biplane to German Southwest Africa (DSWA) for an exhibition to be held in Windhoek, DSWA, on 29 May-4 June 1914.
This private card depicting native warriors holding shields became available for use in 1908.
This card became available for use in 1902. It depicts cattle being driven past a tree, with Windhoek in the background.
This card was issued to commemorate the Second Agricultural Exhibition in Windhoek, 20-21 June 1902. Two varieties exist, one without the poem on the back (Fr PP3 C 1) and one with (Fr PP3 C 2).
This private postal stationery design differs from other DSWA overprint designs in that it features the two-word overprint “Deutsch-Südwestafrika” instead of the three-word “Deutsch-Südwest-Afrika”.
This series of private postal stationery depicts five scenes of German Southwest Africa.