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I have just come across these two stamps in an antique mall here in Canada.  the one with the Star of David says 'Jude' and 'Warschau', but I cannot puzzle out the wording on the other, backwards and in Gothis script.  Can anyone tell me what it says, in german or English, and perhaps the significance of the two, though I suspect I can guess then latter.  Thanks.

Peter

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Hi,

it says Konzentrationslager Oranienburg (Concentrationcamp Oranienburg). It was near Berlin.

If these are genuine, I can´t say.

GreyC

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Oh, I wasn't planning on buying, just wondered what they were or purported to be.  But I must admit it never occured to me that people would be faking such.  Silly me!

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This phantasy stamp "Jude Warschau" is frequently used to stamp different items for sale on eBay. I.e. very common and well used paper money, post cards etc. The text itself has no any sense.

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Tomasz

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