Arlington, VA, 1960. unbound. Signed U.S. First Day Cover honoring the 7-cent Red Air Mail Stamp, postmarked in Arlington, Virginia, on August 12, 1960. Boldly signed in blue fountain pen. Accompanied by an envelope signed by Traudl Junge (1920 - 2002), Adolf Hitler's last private secretary who remained in the Berlin bunker until his death. Like Admiral Voss, she is believed to have been the last person to see Hitler alive. The envelope she signed is a United Nations First Day Cover honoring the 30th anniversary of its creation, postmarked at the United Nations in New York City on June 26, 1975. Boldly signed in ballpoint pen. Both items are in very good(+) condition. A member of the Waffen-SS and SS-Adolf Hitler, he became Hitler's personal Adjutant until the end of the war. It was Gunsche who stood outside the door while Hitler and Eva Braun committed suicide. He had previously been wounded during the July 20th 1944 assassination attempt. (Inventory #: 266519)
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