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Bermuda Specialized Combination Franking Covers (1852-1930) continued...
LotNo. Symbol CatNo. Lot Description
61       imageBermuda, 1925 Hamilton, Bermuda to Chicago, Ill. Nov 27, 1925 cover sent by ship from Bermuda, franked with U.S. 1923, 6¢ Airmail (C4) tied by NYC Dec 1 cds on flight cover to Chicago, Ill (2 backstamps), Very Fine.
Estimate; $250 - 350. (Image1)
Est. $250-350
SOLD for $290.00
Will close during Public Auction
62       imageBermuda, 1925 Hamilton, Bermuda to St. Louis, Mo. April 12, 1926 cover sent by ship from Bermuda, franked with U.S. 1923, 16¢ Airmail (C5) tied by NYC April 15 cds on flight cover to St. Louis (backstamp), Very Fine.
Estimate; $250 - 350. (Image1)
Est. $250-350
SOLD for $240.00
Will close during Public Auction
63     82+83 imageBermuda, 1926 C.A.M. Flight Los Angeles, Cal. to Portland, Oregon. Sep. 8, 1926; combination flight cover with 1922-28, ½d green + 1d carmine pair tied by "Hamilton, 8 Sep.26" cds's paying ship rate to N.Y., then by train to Los Angeles, with U.S. 1926, 10¢ Airmail (C7) tied by Los Angeles Sep 17 cds on CAM flight to Portland (backstamp Sep18), Very Fine, a very attractive item carried by three different means of transportation.
Scott No. 82+83; Estimate $200 - 300. (Image1)
Est. $200-300
SOLD for $250.00
Will close during Public Auction
64     82+85 imageBermuda, 1926 C.A.M. Flight Seattle, Wash. to Bakersfield, Cal. Sep 8, 1926; combination flight cover with 1922-23, ½ green + 2d gray tied by "Hamilton, 8 Sep.26" cds's paying ship rate to N.Y., then by train to Los Angeles (St Paul, Minn. RPO transit on the front), and with U.S. 1926, 10¢ Airmail (C7) tied by Seattle, Washington cancel on CAM flight to Bakersfield (backstamp Sep18), Very Fine, a very attractive item carried by three different means of transportation.
Scott No. 82+85; Estimate $200 - 300. (Image1)
Est. $200-300
SOLD for $375.00
Will close during Public Auction
65       imageBermuda, 1926 Bermuda - U.S. 1922 10¢ Special Delivery Combination. Bermuda Hotel Inverurie corner card cover with Bermuda 2½d Caravel and U.S. 1922 10¢ Special Delivery (E12, XF centered) both tied by "Hamilton Oct 22, 1926" tourist slogan to Springfield, MA (backstamp); cover corner nick, still Very Fine.
Estimate; $100 - 150. (Image1)
Est. $100-150
SOLD for $375.00
Will close during Public Auction
66     87a imageBermuda, 1929 Bermuda - U.S. 1928, 5¢ Beacon Airmail Combination Commercial Air Cover. November 18, 1929 cover with 1926, 2½d Caravel paying the ship rate to New York and with seven U.S. 1928, 5¢ Beacon Airmails (C11) on front and seven on reverse with two U.S. 5¢ Bureaus (557) on reverse all tied by "New York, N.Y., Nov 21" cancels paying the 80¢ air rate to the British Ambassador in Bogota, Colombia (backstamp) sent by the British Naval Commander-in-Chief of the America & West Indies Station; few minor stamp flaws, Very Fine, very rare and certainly one of the most exceptional Beacon usages in existence, ex-Sir Henry Tucker.
Scott No. 87a; Estimate $1,000 - 1,500. (Image1)
Est. $1,000-1,500
SOLD for $1,200.00
Will close during Public Auction
67       imageBermuda, 1929-30 Bermuda - U.S. 1928, 5¢ Beacon Airmail Combinations. Pair of covers with Bermuda stamps showing different rates; Sep. 6, 1929 usage franked by Bermuda 2½d and U.S. 1928, 5¢ Beacon Airmail (C11) both tied by Bermuda machine slogan cancel to the Commander of the HMS Colombo at Catalina Island, Cal., and Bermuda 1d (paying the commonwealth 1d ship rate to Vancouver, Canada) and U.S. 1928, 5¢ Beacon Airmail (C11) tied by Bermuda machine slogan cancel on 1930 Special Airmail cover, Very Fine, the cover to Canada pictured in Cwiakala Bermuda Air Mail book (page 46), few commercial U.S. 1928, 5¢ Beacon Airmail and Bermuda combinations are recorded.
Estimate; $300 - 400. (Image1)
Est. $300-400
SOLD for $325.00
Will close during Public Auction
68       imageBermuda, 1929 Graf Zeppelin Flight to Hamilton, Bermuda. August 2nd Graf Zeppelin Germany flight with Germany 1928, 4m Zeppelin (C37) addressed to Hamilton, Bermuda, with New York Aug 5th transit, Bermuda receiver on front of Aug 9th and rare Bermuda "Advertised" marking in black when it was posted in the newspaper to identify the recipient and subsequently returned to U.S., Very Fine, only two or three recorded from this flight in connection with Bermuda.
Estimate; $200 - 300. (Image1)
Est. $200-300
SOLD for $650.00
Will close during Public Auction
69       imageBermuda, 1930 Graf Zeppelin Flight to St Georges, Bermuda. June 1930 Graf Zeppelin Europe/Pan-America illustrated flight cover originating in Newark, N.J., franked on reverse with U.S. Airmails 1926 15¢ + 20¢, two singles + 1928 5¢ + 1930 5¢ (partial stamp) and addressed to St Georges, Bermuda (backstamp Jun 23), Very Fine, only two or three recorded with Bermuda as the ultimate destination.
Estimate; $200 - 300. (Image1)
Est. $200-300
SOLD for $675.00
Will close during Public Auction
70       imageBermuda, 1930 Bermuda - U.S. 1930, 5¢ Winged Globe for Special Delivery. July 20, 1930 use of U.S. 1930, 5¢ Winged Globe Airmail vertical pair (C12) to pay the special delivery fee on a commercial Furness Lines combination cover to Atlantic, Mass. with Bermuda 2½d stamp tied by "Hamilton, Jun 20, 1930" cds, cover has "Fee Paid at North Quincy Branch" 5-line handstamp with time listed at 7:40am, Very Fine, the use of airmail stamps to pay for special delivery service was rarely done, especially on covers originating and franked in foreign countries.
Estimate; $200 - 300. (Image1)
Est. $200-300
SOLD for $270.00
Will close during Public Auction
Bermuda Specialized Combination Franking Covers (1931-1941)
LotNo. Symbol CatNo. Lot Description
71       imageBermuda, 1931 Island Zeppelin Flight to St. Georges, Bermuda. July 1931 Island Zeppelin flight card addressed to Bermuda with green flight cachet, German postmark, and Bermuda July 17 backstamp, franked with uncanceled Iceland 1931, 1k Zeppelin issue (C10); some light toning around stamp, F.-V.F., only this card and one cover are recorded going to Bermuda from this Island flight.
Estimate; $300 - 400. (Image1)
Est. $300-400
SOLD for $375.00
Will close during Public Auction
72       imageBermuda, 1931 First Transatlantic Commercial Flight Attempt by Mrs. Beryl Hart and Lt. William MacLaren. January 7, 1931; with both the cacheted card signed by MacLaren and cacheted cover both with St. Georges Jan 8 backstamp and both refranked with Bermuda stamps for local mail delivery, the flight only made it this far and the plane and pilots were never heard from again on their way to the Azores leg of the trip, Very Fine and choice, based on the Cwiakala book there are only 39 cards and 7 covers recorded for this flight.
Estimate; $250 - 350. (Image1)
Est. $250-350
SOLD for $230.00
Will close during Public Auction
73       imageBermuda, 1931-32 Bermuda - U.S. 1930, 5¢ Winged Globe Airmail Combinations. Pair of commercial combination frankings with Bermuda stamps; July 8, 1931 cds ties Bermuda 1d paying ship rate to New York for covers going to Victoria, British Columbia with U.S. 1930, 5¢ Airmail (C12) tied by New York cds, and cover to Pasadena, Cal. with Bermuda 2½d ship rate to U.S. also with U.S. 1930, 5¢ Airmail and both tied by "Hamilton, Feb 17, 1932" machine cancel against regulations (has cut on front that does not detract or affect stamps or cancels); other with small flaws, F.-V.F., very scarce commercial usages in this early period.
Estimate; $150 - 200. (Image1)
Est. $150-200
SOLD for $280.00
Will close during Public Auction
74       imageBermuda, 1932 Hamilton, Bermuda to Toronto, Canada. Unusual Bermuda/US combination air cover to Canada (backstamp Aug 9) with Bermuda 2½d and U.S. 5¢ Washington pair (710) all tied by Aug 6, 1932 Bermuda Tourist cancel, Very Fine, a rare use of this issue to pay the air mail rate to Canada, the only recorded use of this U.S. stamp in combination with Bermuda.
Estimate; $100 - 150. (Image1)
Est. $100-150
SOLD for $425.00
Will close during Public Auction
75       imageBermuda, 1933-37 Bermuda - U.S. 1922 5¢ Bureau Combinations. Pair of covers with U.S. 5¢ Bureaus paying commercial foreign air mail rates in combination with Bermuda stamps; Nov 5, 1933 Hamilton cancel ties Bermuda 2½d paying ship rate to N.Y. with U.S. 1922 5¢ Bureau, block of six (557) paying the air rate to Georgetown, British Guiana (backstamp Nov 11th), and April 13, 1937 Hamilton cds tied Bermuda KGVI 1½d paying ship rate to N.Y. and with U.S. 1922 5¢ Bureau, pair paying air rate to Kingston, Jamaica; former with cover folds and light toning on latter, F.-V.F.
Estimate; $200 - 300. (Image1)
Est. $200-300
SOLD for $290.00
Will close during Public Auction
76     83 imageBermuda, 1934 Bermuda - U.S. 1932, 8¢ Winged Globe Airmail Combination. Jul 19, 1934 commercial air cover from Bermuda to Sydney, Australia, franked by 1928, 1d Caravel pair and with U.S. 1932, 8¢ Winged Globe Airmail (C17) all tied by Hamilton, Bermuda machine cancel paying the British sea rate from Bermuda at 2d and airmail service within the U.S. across country to California to catch the next ship to Australia, Very Fine, only a handful of commercial combination U.S./Bermuda covers are known going to the Pacific before WWII.
Scott No. 83; Estimate $300 - 400. (Image1)
Est. $300-400
SOLD for $425.00
Will close during Public Auction
77       imageBermuda, 1934 Bermuda - U.S. 1926, 15¢ Airmail Combination Frankings. Pair of very scarce combination usages of U.S. 1926, 15¢ Airmail (C8) with Bermuda stamps to foreign countries; March 24, 1934 cover with Bermuda 1½d postage and U.S. 1926, 15¢ Airmail tied by Bermuda tourist cancel to Victoria, Canada and very rare usage sent Sep 25, 1934 with two U.S. 1926, 15¢ Airmails paying the 30¢ rate to Paramaribo, Dutch Guiana (backstamp) with Bermuda "t" in circle due mark for 20 centimes, paid by adding a 10¢ Dutch due stamp on arrival, Very Fine.
Estimate; $200 - 300. (Image1)
Est. $200-300
SOLD for $475.00
Will close during Public Auction
78       imageBermuda, 1934 Bermuda & U.S. Commercial Combination Franking. November 17, 1934 airmail cover to the British Legation in Lima, Peru (backstamp) with Bermuda 2½d ship rate postage to New York, N.Y. and then by air with U.S.1926, 20¢ Airmail pair (C9) paying the 40¢ rate tied by New York, N.Y. cds, Very Fine, a remarkable destination for a commercial combination franking originating in Bermuda as little mail going to South America from Bermuda is recorded.
Estimate; $200 - 300. (Image1)
Est. $200-300
SOLD for $450.00
Will close during Public Auction
79       imageBermuda, 1934 Bermuda - U.S. 1932, 8¢ Winged Globe Airmail Combinations. Pair of commercial combination frankings with Bermuda stamps; March 27, 1934 Hamilton tourist slogan ties both Bermuda 1½d paying ship rate to Canada, and U.S. 1932, 8¢ Winged Globe Airmail (C17) added to pay air rate to Victoria, Canada from New York, and November 1934 cover with tri-color 2½d Bermuda franking paying ship rate to U.S. and with U.S. 1932, 8¢ Winged Globe Airmail (C17) tied by Boston, Mass cds on cover going to Long Beach, Cal., Very Fine, this stamp and rate were used for less than two years and so these commercial covers originating from Bermuda are rare.
Estimate; $200 - 300. (Image1)
Est. $200-300
SOLD for $850.00
Will close during Public Auction
80     102 imageBermuda, 1935 Commercial Combination Airmail Cover. June 1935 cover from Bermuda to the British Legation in Lima, Peru (backstamp) with 1935 2½d Silver Jubilee tied by Ireland Island, Bermuda cds, in combination with U.S. 1927 Lindbergh Airmail, vertical pair (C10) on front and four U.S. 1931, 5¢ Airmails (C16) on reverse all tied paying the 40¢ air rate to Peru at the time; toning around stamps, Fine, this is the only recorded Bermuda combination usage with U.S. 1927 Lindbergh Airmail recorded.
Scott No. 102; Estimate $200 - 300. (Image1)
Est. $200-300
SOLD for $280.00
Will close during Public Auction

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