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MEXICO continued...
Lot Symbol CatNo. Lot Description CV or Estimate
1261 c   [Mexico + United States] conjunctive use, cover to Upper Cross Roads, Maryland franked by Mexico 1866 25c Buff (28, crease) with Cordova District, 1866 year date and 45
consignment number overprints, clear to mostly large margins, tied by[Mexico + United States] conjunctive use, cover to Upper Cross Roads, Maryland franked by Mexico 1866 25c Buff (#28, crease) with "Cordova" District, "1866" year date and "45" consignment number overprints, clear to mostly large margins, tied by bold "Paso de Macho/Franco" postmark, entered the U.S. mails with 3c Rose (#65, crease) applied over blacked out "Imperial Mexican Railway" imprint and tied by "New York/Nov 24" duple postmark, very fine usage.This cover was probably picked up at the Vera Cruz post office by a forwarding agent of private party and dropped in the U.S. mails at New York. The year date would have to be 1866 because the Maximilian issue of Mexico was withdrawn upon his death in June of 1867. (Image) Est. $2,000-3,000

SOLD for $6,500.00
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1262 c   [Mexico + Great Britain Mixed Franking] folded cover to Vera Cruz with two Mexico 1868 12c Black on green (47) tied by Tampico datestamp, Great Britain 1865 4p Vermilion (43,
plate 10) tied by C63 cancel of the British postal agency in Tampic[Mexico + Great Britain Mixed Franking] folded cover to Vera Cruz with two Mexico 1868 12c Black on green (#47) tied by Tampico datestamp, Great Britain 1865 4p Vermilion (#43, plate 10) tied by "C63" cancel of the British postal agency in Tampico, "Tampico Paid/Ja 27 65" c.d.s. alongside, blue merchant's handstamp at top right, very fine. (Image) Est. $500-750

SOLD for $2,400.00
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1263 c   [Mexico + Great Britain Mixed Franking] with Mexico 1872 12c Blue (94?) tied by oval Franco En Tampico cancel, Great Britain 1865 4p Vermilion (43, plate 12) tied by C63
cancel of the British postal agency in Tampico on light brown folded c[Mexico + Great Britain Mixed Franking] with Mexico 1872 12c Blue (#94?) tied by oval "Franco En Tampico" cancel, Great Britain 1865 4p Vermilion (#43, plate 12) tied by "C63" cancel of the British postal agency in Tampico on light brown folded cover to Vera Cruz, "Tampico/ Au27/1872" postmark at bottom, blue oval merchant's handstamp, cover with minor fault at bottom right corner, fine. (Image) Est. $400-500

SOLD for $2,200.00
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1264   [Pancho Villa Expedition] Excellent group of photographs, most of them period postcards from the border clashes between US forces and Mexican rebels in 1917 as Gen. John
Pershing sought to capture Mexican rebel leader Pancho Villa after some raid[Pancho Villa Expedition] Excellent group of photographs, most of them period postcards from the border clashes between US forces and Mexican rebels in 1917 as Gen. John Pershing sought to capture Mexican rebel leader Pancho Villa after some raids on American border towns. With many photographs of Villa and his men, and quite a few of US Soldiers and Mexican regulars. 69 postcards in all, including about a dozen or so that are unrelated but from the same period. Quality is uniformly excellent. Some images not for the faint of heart. (imagea) (imageb) (Image) Est. $300-400

SOLD for $1,250.00
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NICARAGUA
Lot Symbol CatNo. Lot Description CV or Estimate
1265 c   [Nicaragua + Great Britain Mixed Franking] with Nicaragua 1869 5c Black (5) and 1879 25c Green rouletted (12) tied by boxed 3G cancel on 1882 cover to Paris, used in
conjunction with Great Britain 1880 1½p Red brown (80) and 1881 1- Salmon[Nicaragua + Great Britain Mixed Franking] with Nicaragua 1869 5c Black (#5) and 1879 25c Green rouletted (#12) tied by boxed "3/G" cancel on 1882 cover to Paris, used in conjunction with Great Britain 1880 1½p Red brown (#80) and 1881 1/- Salmon (#87, plate 13) tied by "Greytown/Ja 16 82" postmarks, red London transit and Paris receiving backstamp, cover opened for display and with part of flap missing, fine; an exceptional example of this combination. (Image) Est. $7,500-10,000

SOLD for $13,000.00
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NIGER COAST PROTECTORATE
Lot Symbol CatNo. Lot Description CV or Estimate
1266 c   Niger Coast Protectorate, 1892 12 d to 1- on one cover, the complete set of six values (Scott 1-6) tied by five strikes of Old Calabar RiverFe 2, 94 datestamps to registered
preprinted address cover to London, oval Liverpool registry transiNiger Coast Protectorate, 1892 1/2 d to 1/- on one cover, the complete set of six values (Scott #1-6) tied by five strikes of "Old Calabar River/Fe 2, 94" datestamps to registered preprinted address cover to London, oval Liverpool registry transit and oval London registry backstamp, extremely fine and handsome. (Image) Est. $300-400

SOLD for $325.00
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NORTH BORNEO
Lot Symbol CatNo. Lot Description CV or Estimate
1267 c   North Borneo area postal history lot, 24 covers, most are North Borneo, but also includes Brunei (two), Labuan (three) and Sarawak (three), with the two Brunei covers bearing the 1895 Issue addressed to F.R. Parker in Tottenham, most are commercial usages including a number of registered, most are local, to the U.S. or England, but there are a couple to Germany and one to Austria, largely fine-very fine. Est. $1,000-1,500

SOLD for $3,250.00
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PANAMA
Lot Symbol CatNo. Lot Description CV or Estimate
1268   [The Panama Massacre], Book of same name, Amos Corwine. Panama, New Granada, Star and Herald, 1857. Privately printed. 4to, original yellow printed wraps. Cover title
double-struck. Butlers pen identification on cover. Edge wear, toning. In clam[The Panama Massacre], Book of same name, Amos Corwine. Panama, New Granada, Star and Herald, 1857. Privately printed. 4to, original yellow printed wraps. Cover title double-struck. Butler's pen identification on cover. Edge wear, toning. In clamshell case. With ALS Amos B. Corwine, 3-1/3 pages, 4to, Panama, 6/27/1857, on Dr. Rushenbergerís comments critical of the Americans in the region, which Corwine calls treasonous. The ìmassacre, which led Corwine, US consul at Panama, to suggest direct American military intervention, is better known as "The Watermelon War". In reality, it was a riot between American workers and Panamanians (whose potential jobs they had taken), sparked by a dispute between an American and a Panamanian watermelon vendor. About twenty people died in all. (Image) Est. $400-500

SOLD for $1,600.00
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1269 c   Panama to London, folded letter datelined Panama Aug 7, 1840, with red crown handstamp at top left, sent through Jamaica where it received a Kingston Jamaica Sp11840
backstamp, at that point the ms. 1 (shilling) as crossed out and re-ratedPanama to London, folded letter datelined Panama Aug 7, 1840, with red crown handstamp at top left, sent through Jamaica where it received a "Kingston Jamaica/ Sp1/1840" backstamp, at that point the ms. "1" (shilling) as crossed out and re-rated "2/3" which was the correct rate from Colombia to London, carried via the British packet where it received an Oct. 15, 1840 backstamp, vertical file fold through the crown handstamp, fine. (Image) Est. $300-400

SOLD for $200.00
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PERU
Lot Symbol CatNo. Lot Description CV or Estimate
1270 c   [British Post Office in Islay, Peru] Great Britain 1864 1p Red strip of six (33, plate 93) tied by C42 agency postmarks on 1870 cover to New York, Islay c.d.s. on reverse, A
PanamaMy 29 70 c.d.s. transit and N.Y. Steamship 10Jun 29 pmk.,[British Post Office in Islay, Peru] Great Britain 1864 1p Red strip of six (#33, plate 93) tied by "C42" agency postmarks on 1870 cover to New York, Islay c.d.s. on reverse, "A Panama/My 29 70" c.d.s. transit and "N.Y. Steamship 10/Jun 29" pmk., pencil mark ties one stamp, adhesives with faults, cover opened at left and neatly silked at bottom, fine. (Image) Est. $300-400

SOLD for $1,450.00
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1271 c   [Peru + Great Britain Mixed Franking] Great Britain 1864 3c Red pair (33, plate 88), 1869 6p Red violet (51, plate 8) and 1865 1- Green (48, plate 4), tied by C38 postmarks
along with Peru 1868 1d Green (14) which is also tied by one of th[Peru + Great Britain Mixed Franking] Great Britain 1864 3c Red pair (#33, plate 88), 1869 6p Red violet (#51, plate 8) and 1865 1/- Green (#48, plate 4), tied by "C38" postmarks along with Peru 1868 1d Green (#14) which is also tied by one of the British postal agency handstamps on 1871 cover to Hannover, Germany "A Callao/Jy 14 71" circular date stamp on reverse, red London Paid, German receiving postmarks, ms. "Via Panama & Southampton", cover with small piece out at bottom, otherwise fine and scarcer destination. (Image) Est. $500-750

SOLD for $1,700.00
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1272 c   [[Peru + Great Britain Mixed Franking] 1873 cover to Scotland, Great Britain 1873 6p Gray (60, plate 12) and 1867 1- Green (54, plate 7) tied by C38 postmark of Callao, Peru
1868 1d Green (14) tied by Yquique Peru 22 Aug? 1873 postmark, o[[Peru + Great Britain Mixed Franking] 1873 cover to Scotland, Great Britain 1873 6p Gray (#60, plate 12) and 1867 1/- Green (#54, plate 7) tied by "C38" postmark of Callao, Peru 1868 1d Green (#14) tied by "Yquique Peru 22 Aug? 1873" postmark, on reverse is "Callao/Au 27/73" datestamp and Glasgow receiver Sep. 28, cover opened for display and with small part of backflap missing, fine and rare. (Image) Est. $1,500-2,000

SOLD for $1,700.00
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1273 c   [Peru + United States + Great Britain three country franking]  forwarded cover with Peru 1866 10c Vermilion (17) tied by light blue postmark, Great Britain 1873 6p Gray (62,
plate 13) tied by blue C36 British postal agency in Arica postmark o[Peru + United States + Great Britain three country franking] forwarded cover with Peru 1866 10c Vermilion (#17) tied by light blue postmark, Great Britain 1873 6p Gray (#62, plate 13) tied by blue "C36" British postal agency in Arica postmark on 1874 orange cover to New York and forwarded to Philadelphia, United States 3c Green (#158) tied by New York duplex which also tied the Great Britain stamp, at bottom right is a crisp strike of "U.S. Currency New York/ Oct 5/ Due 10" handstamp, "A Arica Sp 19 74" and "A Panama Sp 20 74" postmarks, Philadelphia receiver backstamp, fine; a colorful three-country usage. (Image) Est. $750-1,000

SOLD for $3,250.00
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1274 c   [Peru + United States Mixed Franking] 1875 cover with Peru strip of four of 1866 10c Red (17) tied by C38 in grids (from the British postal agency in Callao) on orange cover
to Boston, United States 15c Orange and 30c (163, 165) tied by [Peru + United States Mixed Franking] 1875 cover with Peru strip of four of 1866 10c Red (#17) tied by "C38" in grids (from the British postal agency in Callao) on orange cover to Boston, United States 15c Orange and 30c (#163, 165) tied by "N. York Steamship/Oct 12" datestamps, "48" debit handstamp, and "Due" with "28" in ms., on the reverse are "Callao/Sp 21/75" small datestamp, "Panama/28 Sp 28 1875/Transit" handstamp, another strike of the New York Steamship and a violet oval handstamp "Charles S. Rand./Lima, Peru/Sept 20 1875", envelope with tear and left (not affecting adhesives or markings) and some smaller edge tears, fine; a very rare mixed country franking, the only reported example from Peru with 15c Orange. (Image) Est. $4,000-5,000

SOLD for $13,000.00
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1275 c   [Peru to New York] with blue Callao Booksellers handstamp on reverse of 1876 cover to New Haven, Conn., with Panama18Mr1876Transit transit postmark, Due .14 and 12 handstamps,
on arrival at New York a 5c Blue (179) tied by fancy geometr[Peru to New York] with blue Callao Bookseller's handstamp on reverse of 1876 cover to New Haven, Conn., with "Panama/18Mr1876/Transit" transit postmark, "Due .14" and "12" handstamps, on arrival at New York a 5c Blue (#179) tied by fancy geometric New York Foreign Mails cancel, "New York/ Apr 4" c.d.s. backstamp, cover opened at right and with small tear at bottom right, otherwise very fine; an attractive and rare New York Foreign Mail usage. (Image) Est. $2,000-3,000

SOLD for $5,000.00
Will close during Public Auction
1276 c   [From Peru, United States + Great Britain Mixed Franking] United States Consulate imprint cover, manuscript Callao Oct 5 1876 endorsement, with pair of Great Britain 1873 6p
Gray (62, plate 14) tied by C35 British postal agency in Panama p[From Peru, United States + Great Britain Mixed Franking] "United States Consulate" imprint cover, manuscript "Callao Oct 5 1876" endorsement, with pair of Great Britain 1873 6p Gray (#62, plate 14) tied by "C35" British postal agency in Panama postmark, along with United States 1875 5c Blue (#179) pair tied by N. York Steamship postmark (which also tied one Great Britain stamp) to Greensboro, Georgia, "A Panama Oc 20 76" transit, flap repaired, a few small toned spots affect the adhesives, fine; a very rare mixed country cover that was carried from Peru to Panama as diplomatic mail, prepaid the double 5c steamship rate; signed Ashbrook. (Image) Est. $3,000-4,000

SOLD for $5,750.00
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1277 c   [From Peru, United States + Great Britain Mixed Franking] from the same correspondence as the previous cover, though this one pays the triple rate, three Great Britain 1873 6p
Gray (62, plate 14) tied by C35 British postal agency postmark, alo[From Peru, United States + Great Britain Mixed Franking] from the same correspondence as the previous cover, though this one pays the triple rate, three Great Britain 1873 6p Gray (#62, plate 14) tied by "C35" British postal agency postmark, along with three United States 1875 5c Blue (#179) tied by N. York Steamship postmark and "New York" postmark on reverse of 1876 cover with United States Consulate imprint to Greensboro, Georgia, ms. "Callao - February 22nd 1876", "A Panama Fe 29 76" transit, some cover faults including two tears through the Consulate imprint, fine appearance. (imagea) (Image) Est. $1,500-2,000

SOLD for $4,500.00
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1278 c   [United States + Peru + Great Britain Three Country Mixed Franking] Cover to the United States with Peru 1876 10c Green (25) and Great Britain 1873 6p Gray (62, plate 15) tied
by C38 British postal agency postmark of Callao on 1877 cover to N[United States + Peru + Great Britain Three Country Mixed Franking] Cover to the United States with Peru 1876 10c Green (#25) and Great Britain 1873 6p Gray (#62, plate 15) tied by "C38" British postal agency postmark of Callao on 1877 cover to New York, with United States 5c Blue (#179) tied by circle of wedges New York Foreign Mails cancel and matching "New York F.D./Nov 9" (Foreign Division) postmark at top, British "A Panama Oc 28 71" datestamp also ties the Peru stamp, cover with flap missing and trivial piece out at bottom, fine; an outstanding cover for the collector of either British Post Offices abroad or inbound mail to New York: ex-Knapp. (Image) Est. $3,000-4,000

SOLD for $9,000.00
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PITCAIRN ISLANDS
Lot Symbol CatNo. Lot Description CV or Estimate
1279   A Narrative of the Mutiny on Board his Majesty's Ship Bounty... William Bligh. London, George Nicol, 1790. 4to, modern leather with banded and gilt spine. Three fold-out plates and one in-line plate. Some light foxing of plates and of a few interior pages, modern binding. With Risvold's label on modern pastedown. A nearly pristine copy, absolutely gorgeous. (imagea) (imageb) Est. $5,000-7,500

SOLD for $8,000.00
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1280   A Narrative of the Britons Voyage to Pitcairns Island.... John Shillibeer. London, Law and Whittaker, 1818. Stated third edition. 8vo, modern morocco with gilt spine. With
frontis and plates, two fold-out. Interesting pencil note on original frA Narrative of the Briton's Voyage to Pitcairn's Island.... John Shillibeer. London, Law and Whittaker, 1818. Stated third edition. 8vo, modern morocco with gilt spine. With frontis and plates, two fold-out. Interesting pencil note on original free front endpaper, toned, lightly soiled. (Image) Est. $300-400

SOLD for $425.00
Will close during Public Auction

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