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Peru continued...
Lot Symbol Lot Description CV or Estimate
161 image1870 (April 13): 'Trencito' 5 c. scarlet, a used example with good margins all round, used on 1870 cover to Lima tied by "Callao" circular datestamp "10 MAY 870" in black - a very early usage of this stamp on letter, certainly the earliest this describer has recorded. 'LIMA / 7A / DISTRIB.N' handstamp above in blue. An exceptional usage. Cert. Eichele (1999). (Image 1) (Image 2) (Image 3)

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Currently...CHF 750.00
Closing..Jan-25, 11:59 PM
162 image1870 (April 13): 'Trencito' 5 c. pale red, a used example on July 1872 entire letter from Callao to Lima tied by fine strike of framed "network" framed handstamp in red (Lamy & Rinck fig. 78). The cover slightly aged but a rare adhesive on letter. Signed A. Puppo, J. Rinck. (Image 1) (Image 2)

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Currently...CHF 300.00
Closing..Jan-25, 11:59 PM
163 image1870/71: 'Trencito' 5 c. pale red, a used example used on 8 October 1870 local letter mailed within Lima (and very rare thus) cancelled by two strikes of the scrolled LIMA / SEXTA / DISTRIBUC.N handstamp (Lamy & Rinck fig. 53) in black. Lima datestamp on reverse (Oct 14) - which is probably why the adhesive was used within Lima, as the writer had presumably forgotten to mail or deliver the item written some days beforehand. A rare and fine early usage. Opinion Holcombe (1997). (Image 1) (Image 2) (Image 3)

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Currently...CHF 600.00
Closing..Jan-25, 11:59 PM
164 image1870/71: 'Trencito' 5 c. pale red, a used example used on 27 November 1871 entire letter from Callao to Lima tied by manuscript "27" denoting the day of posting. Fresh and very fine, an extremely rare usage. Cert. Moorhose (2014).rnNote: It is odd that there are at least two covers showing this '27' usage: for a further example from the following year, see the Klaus Eitner collection, Corinphila sale 158, lot 4231. (Image 1) (Image 2) (Image 3)

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Currently...CHF 350.00
Closing..Jan-25, 11:59 PM
165 image1870/71: 'Trencito' 5 c. pale red, a used example used on 1871 entire letter to Lima tied by 'Callao' cds (Oct 14) with Lima arrival cds (same day) on reverse. A fresh, fine and rare entire. (Image 1) (Image 2)

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Currently...CHF 300.00
Closing..Jan-25, 11:59 PM
166 image1870/71: 'Trencito' 5 c. pale red, a used example on envelope (embossed P. A. Helguero in blue of sender on reverse) from Lima to Chorillos cancelled by 'Lima' datestamp (Jan 4) in black. Small opening tears at top and the adhesive with insignificant file fold but very scarce.rnNote: The Lima - Chorillos Railway Line was completed in December 1858, with mail accepted from January 1859. Mail to Chorillos with a 'trencito' is significantly scarcer than that carried on the main Lima - Callao line. (Image 1) (Image 2)

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Currently...CHF 250.00
Closing..Jan-25, 11:59 PM
167 image1873 (March 1): 'Llamita' 2 c. dark ultramarine, a fine unused pair, well centred and of good colour, large part og. A much scarcer stamp in genuine condition than catalogue prices suggest Gi 23. (Image 1) (Image 2)

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Currently...CHF 100.00
Closing..Jan-25, 11:59 PM
168 image1873 (March): 'Llamita' 2 c. blue, an unused strip of five, fourth stamp showing Coil Join, of excellent centering and colour, fresh and fine, large part or unmounted og. Rare so fine Gi 23 = £ 250+/Scott = $ 250+. (Image 1) (Image 2)

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Currently...CHF 250.00
Closing..Jan-25, 11:59 PM
169 image1874/84: 10 c. green, a used example on 1877 entire letter from Cañete to Lima tied by black obliterator, reverse with 'Lima / Pral.' arrival cds (Feb 15). Readdressed to Chorillos from Lima with same datestamp (Feb 20) on obverse in black and superb strike of circular "4A" distribution handstamp in red adjacent. A couple of small unapparent worm holes otherwise a fine and scarce entire. (Image 1) (Image 2)

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Currently...CHF 120.00
Closing..Jan-25, 11:59 PM
170 image1874/84: 10 c. green, a fine example used on 1878 cover from Arica to Callao, tied by late usage of octagonal framed ARICA handstamp in black with repeated strike at left (Lamy & Rinck fig. 40). Slight peripheral aging but an attractive cover. (Image 1)

Currently...CHF 100.00
Closing..Jan-25, 11:59 PM
171 image1874/76: 10 c. green, a single example used on 1877 cover to Bordeaux tied by IQUIQUE / PERU cds (May 25) with "Callao" British P.O. cds on reverse. Three line dated PANAMA / TRANSIT in black (May 28) and trans-shipped there to French Packet with octagonal "PANAMA / PAQ. FR. A No. 3" datestamp (June 1) well struck in black (Salles fig. 1413) and carried on "St. Germain" to Bordeaux (June 24). Taxed with triangular "T" marking and charged '15' dêcimes due. Overall soiling but scarce - Peru lost Iquique to Chile in 1879. (Image 1) (Image 2)

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Currently...CHF 200.00
Closing..Jan-25, 11:59 PM
172 image1876: 10 c. vermilion postal stationery envelope used to London cancelled on despatch with 'Piura / Pral.' cds (Nov 23) and rare usage of PIURA / VAPOR handstamp in black. Three line dated "PANAMA / 5 DEC 1876 / TRANSIT" in black and seven London datestamps from Foreign Branch (3) on Dec 28, and circular "s1/6d." charge marking applied - double the deficieny of 9d. in GB stamps needed. Small closed opening tear at top but a most interesting cover. (Image 1)

Currently...CHF 200.00
Closing..Jan-25, 11:59 PM
173 imageAmazon River Mail 1909: 5 c. violet, two examples used on cover to London, cancelled by VAPOR ADOLFO straight line handstamp in green with repeated strike at left, tied in transit by "Correos del Peru / Iquitos" cds (Oct 15) in black. Extremely rare - unrecorded by Antonini & Grasset; sold together with two used postcards from Iquitos (1907 and 1910) both showing the "Adolfo". Rare. (Image 1) (Image 2) (Image 3)

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Currently...CHF 150.00
Closing..Jan-25, 11:59 PM
174 imageAmazon River Mail 1924/29: 4 c. dark green used on January 1928 postcard written from Yurimaguas to Sweden endorsed "Via Manaos-Pará" (Brazil), tied by extremely rare Amazon Steamer cancellation: RECEPTORIA / IQUITOS / LAUNCHA ALBERTO struck on board in violet with Iquitos, Peru transit cds (Feb 15) alongside in black. Rare - unrecorded by Antonini & Grasset.rnNote: The journey between Yurimaguas and Iquitos nowadays is still by ferry and taxi and takes between three and five days to accomplish. (Image 1) (Image 2)

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Currently...CHF 150.00
Closing..Jan-25, 11:59 PM
175 image1957 (Dec 1): Airmail Centenary of the First Peruvian Stamp Issue, Die Proof for the 1 s. 25 c. value by the Govt. Printing Works, Paris engraved in unissued colour of grey-green on sunken card (circa 125 x 132 mm.), showing vignette of Josê María Dávila Condemarín, together with a small piece with Dávila's signature.rnNote: Josê María Dávila Condemarín (1799-1882), Peruvian writer, politician and diplomat. Signatory of the Declaration of Peruvian Independence in 1821. He was at various intervals Minister of Foreign Relations, Chancellor of Peru and in 1849 in charge of the Peruvian Post Office. (Image 1) (Image 2)

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Currently...CHF 120.00
Closing..Jan-25, 11:59 PM
176 image1928 (Dec. 19): VUELO LIMA NUEVA YORK via BUENOS AIRES, pioneer flight cover carried by the Peruvian pilots Cpt. Carlos Pinillos and Lieut.Carlos Zegarra (Navigator) carried on the leg Santiago de Chile to Buenos Aires, franked with Chile 25 c. and tied by Santiago Maritima handstamp backstamped Buenos Aires same day, signed by both pilots. In addition 1929 original press photo: 'Peruvian Consul greets Flyers' as well as part set of four picture postcards (Set I cards 1+4) and Set II (cards 3+8) cards, honouring the 1911 first official flight by Juan Bielovucic from Santa Beatriz over Lima and Callao above the Pacific coast. (Image 1) (Image 2) (Image 3) (Image 4)

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Currently...CHF 200.00
Closing..Jan-25, 11:59 PM
177 image1928 (Oct 22): Covers (2) to Barranquilla, with framed First Flight Peru-Ecuador-Colombia cachets in blue, each bearing Peru adhesives for 12 c., one cover (illustrated in the Gebauer handbook) with hand overprinted "PE" 30 c. and 60 c. values, the other with a single (rare) usage of the 3 peso violet, all cancelled by Paits cds's. Barranquilla arrival on reverse (Oct 25). A scrce and attractive pair Gebauer PE5, PE7, PE10. (Image 1) (Image 2)

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Currently...CHF 175.00
Closing..Jan-25, 11:59 PM
178 image1927/42: The magnificent eight frame exhibition collection of PERUVIAN AIRMAILS 1928-1942 with over 200 covers displayed on 128 album pages showing both the development of air routes with the focus on the different rates including First Flights, starting with Domestic Airmails, the so called 'Jungle Route', with covers (14) carried on differing legs and at diff. rates as 1927 (Dec. 29) first flight Lima to Iquitos, signed photocard of Elmer J. Faucett in front of his aircraft, 1928 incoming mail from London to Iquitos, 1929 San Ramon to Iquitos air route, 1930 one of only three known Trans-Amazonas flight covers from Iquitos to Manaus (Brazil), 1928 Coastal Route with first flight Lima - Paita, 1929/31 triple weight or stationery card usage to Chiclayo,1937 Faucett Air Crash (3), 1929 Northern South Air Service with expansion to Central America Air Service with 1928 Scadta Survey flight plus 1929/31 Scadta usages (6). Part II: Foreign airmail service to USA (FAM 9) with 1929 envelope to US President Hoover, 1931 lettercard at reduced air surcharge from Barranco to N.Y., 1937 Panagra Sikorsky crash cover at Cristobal C.Z. (Aug. 3); North Atlantic Route to Europe with 1929 cover to England on first outbound flight Peru to Canal Zone together with 1939 first scheduled airmail across the Atlantic by PA Yankee Clipper. Part III: shows the Southern Route to Chile with 1928 first flight to Bolivia, 1929 combination flight to Chile and first flight cover under the FAM 9 contract. Further mail to Argentine and Brazil with two 1931 covers showing the diff. rates charged by 'Panagra' and 'Via Aeropostal', mail flown by the Peruvian Branch of Lufthansa A.G., 1928/30, CGA and Air France connection Lima - Paris incl. rare Xmas greeting cards (2), 1938 Air France postcard from Lima to Cairo, Zeppelin items (4), Lufthansa South Atlantic service, 1938 'Condor Peruana de Aviacion Service' and 1939/40 L.A.T.I. covers (3), ending with nine Trans-Pacific items to Australia, New Zealand and Japan. A fine postal history collection based on routes and rates, collected with much effort - with as many items in the collection as one can find. (Image 1) (Image 2) (Image 3) (Image 4) (Image 5) (Image 6) (Image 7) (Image 8) (Image 9) (Image 10) (Image 11) (Image 12) (Image 13) (Image 14) (Image 15) (Image 16) (Image 17) (Image 18) (Image 19) (Image 20) (Image 21) (Image 22) (Image 23) (Image 24) (Image 25) (Image 26) (Image 27) (Image 28) (Image 29) (Image 30) (Image 31) (Image 32) (Image 33) (Image 34) (Image 35) (Image 36) (Image 37) (Image 38) (Image 39) (Image 40)

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Currently...CHF 3,500.00
Closing..Jan-25, 11:59 PM
179 imagePacific War 1883: Arequipa Provisional 25 c. rose-carmine, overprinted "Provisional / 1881-1882" in black, an unused sheet of fifty subjects (10 x 5), showing the "2" of "25" in upper left corner inverted on position 12, positions 7 and 24 and 25 showing one top value tablet blank, positions 17, 18, and 48 with "2" of "25" missing, full margins all round and of good colour, some typical imperfections with worm holes as usual but an attractive and rare sheet. (Image 1)

Currently...CHF 150.00
Closing..Jan-25, 11:59 PM
180 imagePacific War 1883: Arequipa Provisional 10 c. dull rose lithographed on thin greyish paper, initial printing with a blurred impression, a complete sheet of twenty-five (5 x 5) with margins all round, with brownish lines where the blocks were held between the stamps showing on face, with large part or unmounted og. A very rare, seldom seen sheet. Signed Puppo. (Image 1) (Image 2)

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Currently...CHF 200.00
Closing..Jan-25, 11:59 PM

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