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retorixPerson was signed in when posted
11:10 AM PT (US)

17 September 1908

Postcard mailed from Tramelan Dessous destination Moutier. Processed abaord the Tramelan-Tavannes Regional railway.
retorixPerson was signed in when posted
08:57 AM PT (US)

16 September 1864

Domestic letter from General Insurance Company, main office, St Gallen, to Niederuzwyl, transit St Gallen-Zürich railway and Uzwyl.
retorixPerson was signed in when posted
10:16 AM PT (US)

15 September 1913

View of Lugano on postcard headed towards Paris, France via the Basel-Milano-Basel international mobile post office.
retorixPerson was signed in when posted
10:38 AM PT (US)

14 September 1873?

Registered local letter from the Justice of the Peace in Littau, destination Luzern.
Cover canceled using a zwergstempel. This is one of a series of devices made by Güller without year date wheels made circa 1872-3 mainly for small second class post offices.
The 5 centimes stamp paid for the postage and the 10 centimes "tüblibrief" [postal envelope] paid the registration.
retorixPerson was signed in when posted
10:30 AM PT (US)

13 September 1904

Postcard mailed from the Châtelard-Frontière station on the Martigny-Châtelard railway. This is the last station prior to entering France towards Chamonix destination Paris.
Edited 09-14-2020 10:30 AM
retorixPerson was signed in when posted
12:45 PM PT (US)

12 September 1906

Postal card from Herisau that entered the mail stram on the Appenzel-Winkeln railway, destination Zürich.
This is one of the few railway cancellers that does not include "ambulant" or "bahnpost" in its name making it more difficult to find since they usually aren't recognized by dealers.
retorixPerson was signed in when posted
08:09 AM PT (US)

11 September 1902 (03)

Postcard addressed to Schönenburg, Toggenburg.
Luzern [8.01] razor cancel to Schönenberg-Toggenburg 11 September 1903 -11 am;
missent Kradolf-Schönenberg 11 September 1902;
forwarded to Schönengrund 12 September1902;
forwarded to St Peterzell 12 September 1902.

PS: Luzern ‘03 is an error, probably inadvertently changed when hour wheel was adjusted.
retorixPerson was signed in when posted
08:21 AM PT (US)

10 September 1900

First day of use for this Bern Type 2 razor canceller for delivery within Bern.
retorixPerson was signed in when posted
10:05 AM PT (US)

9 September 1912

View postcard of village of Tramelan sent as printed matter rate, mailed at the station and processed aboard by the Tavannes-Tramelan railway postal clerk. The total route most likely took the card via, Moutier, Porrentruy, and Belfort.
retorixPerson was signed in when posted
12:17 PM PT (US)

8 September 1900

10 centime international UPU commemorative postal card mailed in Lauterbrunnen for Berlin and processed aboard the Grindelwald-Interlaken railway.
retorixPerson was signed in when posted
12:14 PM PT (US)

7 September 1907

Postcard from Les Brenets to Geneve mailed for delivery in Geneve, via the Brenets-Locle Regional raliway.
retorixPerson was signed in when posted
10:43 AM PT (US)

6 September 1867

International pre-UPU letter Geneve to Epinal, forwarded to Faverney, France.
Nice example of the 30 centimes blue stamp.
retorixPerson was signed in when posted
07:22 AM PT (US)

5 September 1908

Postcard sent to Asnieres, France.
Scene shows terrain the 1 meter gauge Martigny-Châtelard railway travelled over its 12 mile route. Trains still run today so next time you are in Switzerland check this as a day trip. A continuation of the line takes one to Chamonix, France.
retorixPerson was signed in when posted
09:29 AM PT (US)

4 September 1899

Postcard mailed at the Chaux-du Fonds railway station and cancelled aboard the Chaux-de-Fonds / Sonceboz railway.
In Sonceboz the card would have been transfered to a train going to Biel, then transfered again to a train to Solothurn to arrive at its destination of Feldbrunnen.
It probably should have left Chuax-de-Fionds on a train to Neuchâtel then on to Solothurn! It still arrived the next day.
retorixPerson was signed in when posted
08:36 AM PT (US)

3 September 1867

Nachnahme letter from Ragaz to Flums to collect Fr19.82. Refused and returned. 2 centimes postage plus 20 centime to collect under Fr20.

Note on back reads -
“Scheduled date for payment of furniture has expired at the end of August, pay before eight days.”
retorixPerson was signed in when posted
02:02 PM PT (US)

2 September 1922

Express registered letter from Budapest, Hungary mailed 30 August [note year is only three digits 922] to Luzern.
Received 2 September 1922 using razor cancel. This device was used during this period in the express office for a couple of years.
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