From 1920/1924 to 2019. This scout collection covers the WORLD JAMBOREES from 1920 to 2019. According to the consignor, this collection, equipped with many special items, was awarded at various rank exhibitions, and the object was continuously expanded and supplemented even after the end of the exhibition activity. Explanatory texts in German. It is not possible to list all the special features of this great 13-volume collection here. It may suffice to mention a few unusual pieces, while at the same time a detailed inspection of this object is recommended. So here we go with the enumeration: III.WJ 1929 (Birkenhead, UK) - A registered cover dated 1 August 1929, only a few covers known, very rare, and further a rare event invitation (dinner); IV.WJ 1933 (Gödöllö, Hungary) - A rare first day registered cover from 10 July 1933 to the USA, an airmail registered card in very late use from 23 August 1933, only a few pieces known, and some cards with the rare yellow and green camp cancels from the first camp day, as well as a document with personal signature of count Teleki; V.WJ 1937 (Vogelenzang, The Netherlands) - Registered cover from 'Bloemendaal-Vogelenzang 2.8.37' to Switzerland; VI.WJ (Moisson, France) - Epreuve de Luxe for 5f scouting stamp (Mi. #786) coloured slate gray and complete sheet for this stamp (mint, nh, foldered vertically several times) with print job number 'IH6' in bottom margin; X.WJ (Philippines) - Rare registered cover from 'Bandung 17.7.59' to the Netherlands; XII.WJ 1967 (Idaho, USA) - Some very rare postage meter cancels and a very rare airmail registered cover to the Netherlands; XIII.WJ 1971 (Japan) - Cover from Austria to the Jamboree with return due to bad weather conditions, selten; XIV.WJ 1975 (Lillehammer, Norway) - Swedish postal savings book with jamboree cancel, very rare; XIX.WJ 1999 (Picarquin, Chile) - Very rare registered cover from the Jamboree to Germany; XXIV.WJ 2019 (West Virginia, USA) - rare registered cover Opening Day. Included are also many other interesting pieces, which, as mentioned above, make a visit to the collection definitely worthwhile Have fun!