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Serbia continued...
Lot Symbol Lot Description CV or Estimate
1319 imageFirst Belgrad printing 1869 (Jan 5): Registered cover with receipt from Zaicarske to Gornij Milanovac bearing 20 pa. rose and pair 40 pa. ultramarin perf. 9½ on pelure paper, each stamp tied lightly by "ZAICARSKE 5/1" cds in blue, another information strike and PREPORUCEVO (Registered) handstamp in blue alongside. Sideflaps missing and seal cut out, nevertheless a very attractive usage to pay 20 pa. for postage, 40 pa. for registration and another 40 pa. for the receipt. Signed Kardosch SBPV; cert. Velickovic (2002).rnProvenance: Collection Dr. Velizar Kardosch, DF, 2002. (Image 1) (Image 2) (Image 3)

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SOLD for CHF2,000.00
Closing..Jan-27, 11:59 PM
1320 imageFirst Belgrad printing 1866: 40 pa. ultramarin perf. 9½ on pelure paper in a horizontal strip of three, each stamp tied to piece by framed NAPLACENO handstamps in blue. Attractive.rnProvenance: Collection Dr. Velizar Kardosch, DF, 2002. (Image 1) (Image 2)

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SOLD for CHF320.00
Closing..Jan-27, 11:59 PM
1321 imageSecond Belgrad printing perf. 9½ on wove paper 1868: Selection five stamps, a piece and a cover incl. 20 pa. rose, three mint examples, one cancelled with PARACIN cds, and a horizontal strip of three with UB cancellation in blue as well as a cover from UZICE to Cacak. Also a rare single adhesive of the 40 pa. ultramarine cancelled SVILAJNAC. Nice group of stamps of the last printing of the Prince Michael definitives which came into use after his assassination in June 1868 and was in use from November 1868 until it was replaced by the Prince Milan issue in 1869. (Image 1)

SOLD for CHF360.00
Closing..Jan-27, 11:59 PM
1322 imagePrince Milan First printing 1876 (Dec 24): Envelope from Belgrad to the well-known Serbian architect Kosta Jovanovic in Vienna bearing 15 pa.orange perf. 9½ x 12, tied by bilingual "BEOGRAD BELGRADE 24 DEC 1876" cds in black. Reverse with LEOPOLDSTADT WIEN arrival cds (Dec 27, 1876). Cover with some edge wear, nevertheless a desirable GPU rate cover. Cert. Velickovic (1994). (Image 1) (Image 2) (Image 3)

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SOLD for CHF360.00
Closing..Jan-27, 11:59 PM
1323 imagePrince Milan First printing 1871 (July 15): Cover from Zajecar to Pest in Hungary bearing 25 pa. red perf. 9½ x 12, tied by "ZAJETSARCKE 15/7" cds in blue. Reverse with TEKIA, ALT-ORSOVA transit and PEST arrival cds (Aug 3, 1874; julian). A fresh and interesting item in the special rate to Hungary.rnNote: Correctly franked for the first postal treaty between Serbia and Austria which came finally into effect on September 19 / October 1, 1869. The postage between Hungary and Serbia was lower than that between Austria and Serbia, 5 kreuzer or 25 para only. (Image 1) (Image 2)

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SOLD for CHF480.00
Closing..Jan-27, 11:59 PM
1324 imagePrince Milan First printing 1871 (Jan 14): Registered Cover from Belgrad to Vienna bearing on front 35 pa. green and on reverse 40 pa. dark lilac, both perf. 9½ x 12, both stamps tied by "BEOGRAD 14/1" cds's in black. Framed "RECOMM:" handstamp in black on obverse, reverse with thimble "WIEN RECOMAND:" arrival cds (Jan 30, 1874). A fresh and interesting cover full of character.rnNote: Correctly franked item in the first postal treaty between Serbia and Austria which came finally into effect on September 19 / October 1, 1869. The postage was 35 para equal to 2 kr. for Serbia and 5 kr. for Austria while the registration fee of 40 pa. was slightly lower in Serbia than in Austria where the sender had to pay 10 kr. equal to 50 para. (Image 1) (Image 2)

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SOLD for CHF600.00
Closing..Jan-27, 11:59 PM
1325 imagePrince Milan First printing 1869/70: Lot one stamp and two pieces incl. 40 pa. dark lilac perf. 12 : 9½, a horizontal pair tied to piece by ALEKSINAC cds in red; 50 pa. green perf. 9½ x 12, two singles tied by VOINA POTSHTA 31 / VII VRKH. KOMANDE cds of the Fieldpost Supreme Army Command during the 1877/78 Serbo-Turkish War. Also a single 40 pa. dark-lilac with PREPORUCENO (registered) part strike in blue. A most attractive trio. (Image 1)

CLOSED
Closing..Jan-27, 11:59 PM
1326 image1915 (Aug 26): Envelope from Skopje, Macedonia to England, endorsed "On Active Service Serbia", despatched by a soldier attached to the "LADY PAGET'S HOSPITAL SERBIAN RELIEF FUND UNIT" with matching violet cachet. Envelope has been burnt on all sides from an accident aboard of an unknown vessel. Upon arrival in Marseille (Sept 24) it was censored and officially sealed with a censorship strip, tied by corresponding cachets and endorsement "Incendieà Bord". Unique item.rnProvenance: Penn-Gaskell collection.rnReference: Described by Hopkins on p. 76 and Hoggarth/Gwynn (2003). (Image 1) (Image 2)

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SOLD for CHF500.00
Closing..Jan-27, 11:59 PM
Spain
Lot Symbol Lot Description CV or Estimate
1327 image1604/55: Lot two Kingsletters signed by "Yo El Rey", first of Philipp III (1578-1621) on letter (1605) from Valladoid to Naples, second (1655) of Philipp IV (1605-1685), both with papered wax seals as well as letter of Albert VII Archduke of Austria (1559-1621) signed by his own hand by his wife Infanta Isabella Clara Eugenia (1566-1633), the Sovereign of the Spanish Netherlands in the Low Countries and the north of modern France with her husband, Archduke Albert VII of Austria. Their reign is considered the Golden Age of the Spanish Netherlands. Isabella was one of the most powerful women in 16th and 17th century Europe. Fine and scarce. (Image 1) (Image 2) (Image 3)

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SOLD for CHF500.00
Closing..Jan-27, 11:59 PM
1328 image1681 (Nov. 4): Carlos II King of Spain and Naples and Sicily (1661-1700), also known as El Hechizado or the Bewitched, was the last Habsburg ruler of the Spanish Empire- Autographed King's letter, written in Madrid, signed by his own hand 'yo el Rey'. Fine 4 p.p. folio letter with waver wax seal on p. 5, two entire lettersheets with stitch binding and imprinted heading: SELLO TERCERO, TRENTA Y Q.V. AT ROMA VEDIS ANO DE MIL Y SEISCIENTOS Y OCHENTA UNO, addressed to the Vice-King of Naples Fernando Fajardo y Alvarez de Toledo, Marques DE LOS VELEZ (1635-1693), concerning Ranuccio II Farnese, Duke of Parma (1630-1694). Some age stains, but fine early courier document.rn (Image 1) (Image 2)

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SOLD for CHF400.00
Closing..Jan-27, 11:59 PM
1329 image1705 (Nov. 4): Felipe V King of Spain (1683-1746) known as "Philipp V of Anjou", King's letter written in Barcelona signed by the King's own hand 'Yo el Rey', with black wax seal on reverse and addressed to the Spanisch Ambassador in Vienna Cesare Michelangelo d'Avalos (1667-1729), Marchese del Vasto and Pescara and Knight of the Golden Fleece (1700). (Image 1) (Image 2)

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CLOSED
Closing..Jan-27, 11:59 PM
1330 image1822/34: Disinfected entire letters (3) two treated at the Bayonne Lazaret, with 1822 printed prices current entire from Madrid to Paris slitted and toasted, 1823 entire to Naples with two strikes of MALLORCA straight line in red and disinfected at Perpignan, 1834 entire to London with SANTIAGO / DE / GALICIA despatch and rare "1 oz. at 8s/8d per Oz" italic handstamp and rated thus in manuscript. (Image 1)

CLOSED
Closing..Jan-27, 11:59 PM
1331 image1850/1997c: Collection hundreds stamps used/unused from Isabella, Carlist revolt issues, Republic issues with 50 c. orange with Marseille numeral datestamp, interesting sets of the 1930s, 1938 Madrid defense stamp, post-war commemorative issues primarily unmounted og, also souvenir sheets and booklets, civil war issues, in three albums. (Image 1) (Image 2) (Image 3) (Image 4) (Image 5) (Image 6) (Image 7) (Image 8) (Image 9) (Image 10) (Image 11)

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SOLD for CHF700.00
Closing..Jan-27, 11:59 PM
1332 image1855/57: Lot with Cuba Queen Isabella II 1/2 r.p. blue, 1 r. gray green in unused mint multiples, 1857 without wmk. 2 r.p. red in a complete sheet of 170 stamps as well as Spain 1854/55 Officials in compl. sets of four with 1855 issue in mint blocks of four Mi. = € 3'500. (Image 1) (Image 2) (Image 3)

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SOLD for CHF550.00
Closing..Jan-27, 11:59 PM
Sweden
Lot Symbol Lot Description CV or Estimate
1333 image1744 (Aug 14): Entire "King's Letter" from Stockholm by sea to Andres Wigelius, Gut Plackmann (about 20 miles from Port Kunda, Estonia), the front panel decorated with Meander and seven "Crowns" in manuscript. Extremely rare. (Image 1) (Image 2)

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SOLD for CHF320.00
Closing..Jan-27, 11:59 PM
Turkey
Lot Symbol Lot Description CV or Estimate
1334 image1691 (Aug 22): Entire letter from Smyrna to Livorno, Vernaccia archive, endorsed at lower left 'Con galere QDC' (Quem Deus Conservet - Whom God Preserve), with flap showing manuscript Forwarding Agent 'p. indrizzo di R. Cavandi Le 13 October 1691' of Venice. Toasted for disinfection against Cholera, a fine early entire. Illustrated in Edition D'Or XLV on page 48. (Image 1) (Image 2)

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CLOSED
Closing..Jan-27, 11:59 PM
1335 imageEpirus 1832 (Oct 10): Entire letter from Kalarites via Janina to Corfu, Ionian Islands with circulkar negative seal cachet in Greek ECHELLE de SAYADA struck in black (ΣKA΢A ΣAIA΢AΣ), with Postman's oval negative seal handstamp alongside. Disinfected with slits due to the worldwide Cholera epidemic of the early 1830's; reverse with manuscript notations in Greek and hooded 'Corfu' arrival datestamp (Nov 9) in black. Extremely rare, the Nicolas & Galinos catalogue record just seven examples of this cachet. (Image 1) (Image 2)

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SOLD for CHF650.00
Closing..Jan-27, 11:59 PM
1336 imageVilayet of Andrinople 1857: Entire letter from Edirne bilingually addressed to Filibe, Bulgaria, rated at a total of 30 paras and struck with fine "An canib-i Edirne" negative seal handstamp in blue (Coles & Walker fig. 1). Rare so fine. (Image 1) (Image 2)

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CLOSED
Closing..Jan-27, 11:59 PM
1337 imageVilayet of Andrinople 1860 (March 25): Entire letter from Xanthi to Salonika struck with fine strike of oval framed "An janib-posta hanei Yenidjê" negative seal handstamp in blue-black ink (Coles & Walker unlisted, Nicolas & Galino #1, Isfila APO6). Rare. (Image 1) (Image 2)

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CLOSED
Closing..Jan-27, 11:59 PM
1338 imageCrete 1872 (June 4): Entire letter from the Monastery at Piskokephalo (Piskokefal) to the Mayor's Office in Neochorion (Lassithi), struck with all arabic double framed ocagonal "Piskokephalo" handstamp of despatch in dull green ink (Coles & Walker fig. 11). Just six stampless covers recorded, all from the same correspondence. An exceptional entire of great rarity.rnProvenance: Corinphila sale 141, May 2004, lot 2355; Collection Gunter Rhensius, Karamitsos, May 2010, lot 1696. (Image 1) (Image 2)

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SOLD for CHF1,200.00
Closing..Jan-27, 11:59 PM

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