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Front: White envelope with return address printed in black on upper lefthand corner with a purple DEUTSCHE BANK hand stamp on it. Typewritten address. Middle right side has a red stamp of a man in profile facing left, with a black circular hand stamp over it. Back: Five blue and white Deutsche Bank stickers with white eagle inside.
Information Provided by Michael D. Bulmash:
German Agricultural and Industrial Bank envelope to a bank in Prague showing Deutsche bank overmark and labels on back cover. 1940. The Agricultural and Industrial Bank, East Sudeten, was considered a Jewish bank and hence had been "aryanized" and absorbed by Deutsche Bank.
5 x 6 1/4"
Stamps, German Agricultural and Industrial Bank, Prague, East Sudeten, Deutsche Bank, Böhmische, Union Bank, Prague
"Envelope from German Agricultural and Industrial Bank, Aryanized and Absorbed by Deutsche Bank" (1940). Bulmash Family Holocaust Collection. 2015.2.32.