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Honduras continued...
Lot Symbol Lot Description CV or Estimate
3585 image1892 (July 31): Columbus, 20 c. red and 1 peso purple in a horizontal pair, used on 1893 registered cover to the 'New York & Honduras Rosario Mining Co.', endorsed 'via Puerto Cortez and New Orleans' at top, cancelled by barred 'Honduras' obliterator in red-violet. Registration label at left and reverse with New Orleans transit (April 4) in red. A superb cover showing a commercial usage of the top value. (Image 1) (Image 2)

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Closing..Jan-24, 11:59 PM
3586 1893: Cabanas issue selection of covers (5) with 5 c. blue on local cover to Choluteca, 5 c. blue pair on cover from Trujillo to Berlin, 10 c. red-brown single franking on Northern Pacific Railroad cover from Trujillo to USA, 5 c. blue pair and single 10 c. red-brown on double rate cover from Amapala to Berlin and registered cover from San Juancito to New York franked by 5 c. blue pair and scarce use of 40 c. black. A scarce and generally fine group.

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Closing..Jan-24, 11:59 PM
3587 image1893: General Cabanas 10 c. orange brown & 20 c. brown-red, used on registered 1893 cover to USA tied by 'Tegucigalpa' datestamps (Nov 11) in red with registration label at left, and Pointing Hand "Sirvase Certificar / Sin Aviso" handstamp in violet on obverse and on reverse, alongside New Orleans transit (Nov 28). Tiny corner fault to envelope and 10 c. at edge but most attractive and scarce. (Image 1) (Image 2)

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CLOSED
Closing..Jan-24, 11:59 PM
3588 image1895: 'Justice' allegorical design, Composite Die Proof for Honduras 1895 1 c., Nicaragua 1894 2 c. and Salvador 1894 5 c., printed in vermilion on thin white wove paper with file number '580' at base. A rare and most attractive Proof. (Image 1) (Image 2)

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CLOSED
Closing..Jan-24, 11:59 PM
3589 image1896: Arias issue 2 c. yellow-brown in a horizontal strip of five, tied to reverse of 1897 cover from Yuscaran (Dec 12) by barred 'Honduras' obliterator and Tegucigalpa transit cds. New Orleans transit (Dec 27) and Solingen, Germany arrival (Jan 9, 1898); together with similar 1898 usage to USA cancelled in blue with scarce "Santa Cruz de Yojoa / Departmento de Cortes' at left in blue. A scarce pair. (Image 1)

CLOSED
Closing..Jan-24, 11:59 PM
3590 image1907: Medina 10 c. grey-brown used in combination with 1 c. dark green horizontal strip of five (on reverse), the strip with variety "vertically imperforate between", on Amerian Consular Service cover to Philadelphia cancelled by mute chop on obverse and by New Orleans transit on reverse. A fine and unusual franking. (Image 1) (Image 2)

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Closing..Jan-24, 11:59 PM
3591 image1939 (Feb 27): Airmail Official, progressive Proof by the Columbian Banknote Co., engraved in black on card (50 x 45 mm.), completed design less the Seal of Honduras and Duty plate. Exceptional and rare. (Image 1) (Image 2)

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CLOSED
Closing..Jan-24, 11:59 PM
3592 image1952 (Oct 11): 500th Birth Anniversary of Isabella I of Spain, Airmail issue, Waterlow Die Proofs (2) for the 8 c. value with Frame Only Imperforate Proof with manuscript file numbers in margins, and Vignette Only Proof (Surrender of Granada) with manuscript file numbers and '8 cts.' at base. Unique Gi 501. (Image 1) (Image 2)

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CLOSED
Closing..Jan-24, 11:59 PM
3593 image1934/38: Telegraphs Issue, Die Proof by American Banknote Co. for completed 4 c. value, Imperforate and engraved in blackish-brown with margin file number '72854', together with composite Proof for the 8 c. and 12 c. values with Duty Plate only numbered '72826' at top. Scarce and fine. (Image 1)

CLOSED
Closing..Jan-24, 11:59 PM

Overseas

Mexico
Lot Symbol Lot Description CV or Estimate
3594 image1802 (Jan 12): Entire letter from Vera Cruz to Valencia, Spain struck with faint NEUVA / ESPANA in red, circular "♕/ V" of Valencia in black and large "6 Rs." rate mark in red. An early and very attractive entire. (Image 1) (Image 2)

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CLOSED
Closing..Jan-24, 11:59 PM
3595 image1845 (Jan 3): Entire letter from Pto. Mazatlan to London, the reverse showing Double Forwarding Agent manuscript annotations of Sengstack & Schutte in Mexico City (Jan 20) and Braune Busing & Co. in Vera Cruz (Jan 31) where passed to British P.O. with double arc VERA CRUZ cds in black. London arrival in red alongside (March 12). A scarce usage. (Image 1) (Image 2)

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CLOSED
Closing..Jan-24, 11:59 PM
3596 image1848 (Aug 24): Entire letter from Puerto Mazatlan to Herrnhut, Germany endorsed 'p. Royal Mail Steam Packet', with manuscript Forwarding Agent on reverse of Theodore Bahre in Mexico City (Sept 13) with red 'Franqueado / Mexico' cds on obverse. British P.O. in Vera Cruz cds (Sept 18) and London transit on reverse (Oct 26) in red and rated '2/9d.' to pay, and struck with scarce framed AMERICA PER ENGLAND handstamp in black (Van der Linden fig. 112) applied in Aachen. An unusual and very fine entire. (Image 1) (Image 2)

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CLOSED
Closing..Jan-24, 11:59 PM
3597 imageJalapa 1856: 1 r. blue, a used horizontal strip of four, tied to 1857 cover to Mexico City by boxed and dated JALAPA handstamps (Sept 8) in black (Schatzkes fig. 595). A fine and most attractive cover. Signed Todd AIEP.rnProvenance: Ruiz Perez, Dec 1945. (Image 1) (Image 2)

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CLOSED
Closing..Jan-24, 11:59 PM
3598 imageSoyaniquilpan 1856: 1 r. yellow, a fine example used on 15 Nov 1858 entire letter from San Antonio to Mexico City (Escandron correspondence), tied by fine FRANCO / SOYANIQUILPAN two line handstamp in black (Schatzkes fig. 1547). Reverse with 'Franco / Mexico' arrival cds (Nov 17). Fresh, fine and scarce. Signed Todd AIEP. (Image 1) (Image 2)

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CLOSED
Closing..Jan-24, 11:59 PM
3599 imagePuebla 1856: 1 r. yellow in a horizontal pair, used on cover to Mexico City cancelled by bold strike of scarce framed "FRANCO / EN / ATLIXCO" despatch handstamp in black (Schatzkes fig. 1178). Scarce and attractive. (Image 1) (Image 2)

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CLOSED
Closing..Jan-24, 11:59 PM
3600 imageMazatlan 1856: 1 r. yellow (in an ochre shade) and 2 r. yellow-green, used on 1857 entire letter to Durango tied by boxed and dated "PTO. MAZATLAN / MAYO 6" handstamp in red (Schatzkes fig. 739). File folds well away from the adhesives, a fine and attractive entire. Signed Scheller, Todd AIEP. (Image 1) (Image 2)

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CLOSED
Closing..Jan-24, 11:59 PM
3601 imageMazatlan 1856: 2 r. green, a slightly aged example with large margins all round, used on cover front to Sinaloa tied by framed MOCORITO handstamp in black. Slight file fold but a very rare unrecorded handstamp - Schatzkes type 770 but much larger. (Image 1)

CLOSED
Closing..Jan-24, 11:59 PM
3602 imageGuadalajara 1856: 2 r. green, a fine example used on 1857 cover to Guadalajara tied by framed FRANCO handstamp with corresponding AMECA despatch above (Schatzkes 314+314A) both in black. Manuscript date alongside adhesive 'Junio 14'. A fresh and fine cover. Signed Todd AIEP. (Image 1) (Image 2)

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CLOSED
Closing..Jan-24, 11:59 PM
3603 imageGuadalajara 1856: 4 r. rose, fine large margined example used in combination with fine 1 r. yellow on July 28, 1857 cover from Tepic to Guadalajara tied by framed 'Franqueado / en Tepic' handstamp (Schatzkes fig. 409) struck in red. A fine and most attractive 5 reales rate cover. Signed Jaretzky.rnrnProvenance: Collection Renato Mondolfo, Corinphila sale 70, March 1984, lot 3199.rn Collection Peter Broennimann, Corinphila sale 192, 18 Nov 2014, lot 4086. (Image 1) (Image 2)

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CLOSED
Closing..Jan-24, 11:59 PM
3604 imageDurango 1856: 8 r. red-lilac, superb example with vertical guideline at left, used with 1 r. yellow and 2 r. yellow green on cover front to Mexico City cancelled by bold strike of boxed & dated DURANGO handstamp (Schatzkes fig. 234) in black (Oct 30). Oval Eagle cachet of Durango at left, a fresh and fine 11 reales franking of great visual appeal. Signed Todd AIEP.rnProvenance: Collection Peter Broennimann, Corinphila sale 192, 18 Nov 2014, lot 4114. (Image 1) (Image 2)

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CLOSED
Closing..Jan-24, 11:59 PM

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