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Bolivia continued...
Lot Symbol Lot Description CV or Estimate
5344 imagePSNC 1876: Cover from Antofagusta to Valparaiso, struck on despatch with intaglio "CORREOS DE LA CHIMBA / BOLIVIA" oval and fancy framed "CANCELADO" alongside in blue. Carried by PSNC Steamer to destination with reverse showing 'Valparaiso' arrival cds (Dec 9) and forwarded on to Santaigo with rare usage of the experimental "VALPARAISO / 1" DUPLEX in black (Dec 10). Some soiling but rare. (Image 1) (Image 2)

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5345 imagePSNC 1878: Cover from Antofagusta to Valparaiso, sold pre-handstamped with octagonal framed "CORREO / ANTOFAGUSTA" in blue, carried at single rate to destination by PSNC Steamer with Valparaiso cds on reverse (April 16). The framed handstamps used in lieu of adhesive stamps were introduced after the Earthquake and the resulting horrific tsunami of May 1877. Rare. (Image 1) (Image 2)

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5346 imagePSNC 1878: Cover from Antofagusta to Valparaiso, sold pre-handstamped with octagonal framed "CORREO / ANTOFAGUSTA" and fancy framed gothic "Franca" in blue, carried at single rate to destination by PSNC Steamer with Valparaiso cds on reverse (Jan 5). The framed handstamps used in lieu of adhesive stamps were introduced after the Earthquake and the resulting horrific tsunami of May 1877. Rare.rn (Image 1) (Image 2)

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Closing..Jun-06, 11:59 PM
Chile
Lot Symbol Lot Description CV or Estimate
5347 imagePSNC 1852 (May 30): Entire letter from Valparaiso to Cobija, Bolivia, solely struck by "5" PSNC numeral obliterator in black. Carried by the Steamer "Quito" with internal docketing of receipt (June 3). The A.R. Doublet census records this handstamp on covers carried by three Steamers: Quito, Lima and Santiago, just five covers are recorded, all between January and May, 1852. (Image 1) (Image 2) (Image 3)

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Europe

France
Lot Symbol Lot Description CV or Estimate
5348 imageRMSP & PSNC 1866 (March 30): Entire letter from Paris to Cobija, Bolivia endorsed "Par Plata via Panama", franked at triple rate with 1863/63 20 c. blue, 40 c. orange and 80 c. carmine, a single and a horizontal pair, all tied by 'Paris Star / 1' with 'Paris / Rue D'Enghien' despatch cds below (March 31). Thence via London (April 2) and Southampton on the RMSP "La Plata" to St. Thomas, "Tamar" to Colon and struck with British P.O. "PANAMA" datestamp (April 22) in black. PSNC Steamer "Peru" from Panama to Cobija with rare British P.O. "COBIJA" arrival cds (May 9) in blue. Illustrated in Edition D'Or 59 on page 207. The adhesives with imperfections but a rare and appealing entire.rnProvenance: 'The Cobija Find', RL, Basel, Nov 1981; Collection Percy Bargholtz (2013).rnrn (Image 1) (Image 2)

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Great Britain
Lot Symbol Lot Description CV or Estimate
5349 imageRMSP / PSNC 1861: Entire letter from London to Cobija, Bolivia endorsed "Via Panama" by handstamp, franked by 1857 1 d. red star as Late Fee and "2/-" paid in cash, 'London / Paid' cds in red (Oct 1) alongside. Carried on the "Seine" to St. Thomas and thence by the "Solent" to Colon. Double arc PANAMA cds in black (Oct 22). Thence by PSNC vessel "Lima" to Callao and South to Cobija. Illustrated in Edition D'Or 59 on page 208. An attractive usage to an unusual destination. (Image 1) (Image 2)

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5350 imageRMSP / PSNC 1870: Entire letter from London to Cobija, Bolivia endorsed "Via Southampton & Panama", franked by 1867/80 6 d. mauve pl. 9 and 1 s. green pl. 4 tied by London duplexes (Dec 1). Carried on the "Nile" to Colon. Thence by PSNC vessel to Callao and South to Cobija with fine strike of British P.O. "COBIJA" arrival (Jan 8, 1871) in black on obverse. Illustrated in Edition D'Or 59 on page 208. Small fault to the 6 d. adhesive but an attractive usage to an unusual destination. (Image 1) (Image 2)

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5351 imagePSNC 1874: Entire letter from London to Cobija, Bolivia endorsed "per Liguria via Bordeaux", franked by 18783/80 1 s. green pl. 9 tied by 'Exchange Liverpool / 466' duplex (Sept 10). Carried on the PSNC Steamer "Liguria" direct to Cobija via the Magellan Straits. Illustrated in Edition D'Or 59 on page 208. An attractive usage to an unusual destination. (Image 1) (Image 2)

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Overseas

Ecuador
Lot Symbol Lot Description CV or Estimate
5352 imagePSNC & RMSP 1870: Mourning envelope from Quito to Paris, franked by 1865/70 ½ r. dull blue, worn impression, margins touched to fine on three sides, tied by "QUITO / FRANCA" cds in black (July 30). Faint British P.O "Guayaquil" cds on reverse, carried by PSNC Steamer to Panama where struck with circular "PANAMA / TRANSIT" datestamp in black (Aug 20). Thence by the RMSP "Tyne" to St. Thomas and the "Atrato" to Southampton. Struck with framed "GB / 1F 90c." accountancy mark and thence via Calais (Sept 14) to Pais, where charged '12' dêcimes handstruck in black. From the original correspondence of eleven covers found at the Granada Exhibition in 1992. Illustrated in Edition D'Or 59 on page 209. A rare first issue cover to an overseas destination. Certs. P. Holcombe & B. Moorhouse (1992). (Image 1) (Image 2) (Image 3)

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Closing..Jun-06, 11:59 PM
5353 imagePSNC & Messageries Impêriales 1869: Cover from Quito to Paris at double rate, franked by 1865/70 1 r. bright yellow-orange, huge even margins all round, tied by "QUITO / FRANCA" cds in black (July 17). Fine British P.O "Guayaquil" cds on reverse (July 25), carried by PSNC Steamer to Panama where struck with three line dates "PANAMA / TRANSIT" datestamp in black (July 29). Transferred to the French Office and carried on "Impêatrice Eugenie" and struck with sine octagonal "PANAMA / PAQ. FR. A No. 1" datestamp (Aug 1) in black (Salles fig. 1413), Charged '24' dêcimes handstruck on arrival (Aug 24) in Paris. From the original correspondence of eleven covers found at the Granada Exhibition in 1992. Illustrated in Edition D'Or 59 on page 209. A rare first issue cover to an overseas destination and wonderful quality. (Image 1) (Image 2)

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5354 imagePSNC 1869: Entire letter from Guayaquil to Lima at single rate, franked by 1865/70 1 r. orange-yellow flanked by two ½ r. bright blue, all cut close; tied by "GUAYAQUIL / FRANCA" circular datestamp (Oct 26) in blue. Carried on PSNC Steamer to Callao with reverse showing Lima arrival cds (Nov 2). Illustrated in Edition D'Or 59 on page 209. An unusual franking and an attractive entire. Signed Calves. (Image 1) (Image 2)

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5355 imagePSNC 1868 (Nov 5): Entire letter from Guayaquil to Lima at single rate, endorsed "Por vapor Santiago", franked by 1865/70 1 r. olive-yellow in a vertical pair with good to large margins all round and portions of adjoining stamp at base; tied by dotted "FRANCA" lozenge in black. Reverse with Lima arrival cds (Nov 10) and internal docketing confirming ship's name. Illustrated in Edition D'Or 59 on page 209. A fine and most attractive entire. Signed Calves. (Image 1) (Image 2)

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5356 image1870 (Jan 4): Entire letter from Guayaquil to Lima franked by 1865/70 1 r. bright yellow-orange horizontal pair, margins shaved to fine, tied by "GUAYAQUIL / FRANCA" datestamp in blue (Jan 6). Lima arrival cds (Jan 8) on reverse in black. (Image 1) (Image 2)

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5357 imagePSNC 1869: Entire letter from Guayaquil to Lima at single rate, franked by 1866 4 r. red, diagonally bisected (top left half), tied by bold strike of "GUAYAQUIL / FRANCA" circular datestamp (Sept 26) in blue. Carried on PSNC Steamer "Paita" to Callao with reverse showing Lima arrival cds (Oct 1) in black. Illustrated in Edition D'Or 59 on page 210. A magnificent and rare entire. (Image 1) (Image 2) (Image 3) (Image 4)

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5358 imagePSNC & RMSP 1877 (Sept 22): Entire letter from Quito to Paris, franked by 1872 ½ blue tied on despatch by "3154" gros chiffres applied in Quito in black (formerly used in Rixheim, Alsace). Reverse with double arc British P.O. "GUAYAQUIL" datestamp (Oct 2) in black and carried by PSNC Steamer to Panama, whete three line dated "PANAMA / TRANSIT" applied (Oct 5). From Colon by RMSP "Nile" to Plymouth, with London transit (Oct 30) in red. Thence via Calais to Paris and charged "23" dêcimes handstruck in black. Illustrated in Edition D'Or 59 on page 210. A delightful and rare usage with few known examples of this issue mailed abroad.rnProvenance: Collection Sir John Marriott, Carmichael & Todd, 1992; Collection Fiorenzo Longhi. (Image 1) (Image 2)

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5359 imagePSNC 1851 (Feb 13): Entire letter to Tomas C. de Mosquera in Panama, prepaid "1/-" in manuscript, struck at British P.O. with circular "GUAYAQUIL / PAID" in red with GUAYAQUIL double arc cds of despatch (Feb 13) on reverse. Carried on the Steamer "New Granada", arriving in Panama (Feb 20). (Image 1) (Image 2)

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5360 imagePSNC 1866: Cover from Guayaquil to Lima, Peru franked by Great Britain 1865 1 s. green pl. 4 tied by "C41" obliterator in black, reverse with British P.O. "GUAYAQUIL" double arc cds (April 27). Carried by PSNC Steamer to Callao with Lima arrival cds (May 2) in black, with internal docketing recieved "per Favorita". An early usage of British adhesives in Ecuador and a fine cover. Illustrated in Edition D'Or 59 on page 212.rnProvenance: Collection Andre Bollen, Köhler, Wiesbaden, 8 Feb 1983, lot 674. (Image 1) (Image 2) (Image 3)

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5361 imagePSNC & RMSP 1873: Cover from Guayaquil to Vera Cruz, Mexico franked by Great Britain 1867 2 s. blue, deep shade, corner perf. crease, tied by bold "C41" obliterator in black. Reverse with British P.O. "GUAYAQUIL" double arc cds (March 25). Carried by PSNC Steamer to Panama where three lined dated "PANAMA / TRANSIT" applied (April 3). Thence via RMSP "Tasmanian" to St. Thomas (April 13) with cds verso and "Corsica" to Vera Cruz. Illustrated in Edition D'Or 59 on page 212. A most attractive cover. (Image 1) (Image 2)

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5362 imagePSNC & RMSP 1871: Cover from Guayaquil to Barcelona, Spain franked by Great Britain 1864/79 1 d. red pl. 133, 1865/73 4 d. vermilion pl. 11 and 1867 2 s. pale blue all tied by "C41" obliterators in black, "GUAYAQUIL" double arc on reverse (Jan 26). Carried on PSNC Steamer to Panama with circular "PANAMA / TRANSIT" cds (Feb 3) and thence on RMSP "Elbe" from Colon to Plymouth. 'London / Paid' transit cds (Feb 27) in red and '2d.' credit marking alongside (to France). Barcelona arrival cds's on reverse. Illustrated in Edition D'Or 59 on page 213. A delightful three colour franking.rnProvenance: 'Puig Correspondence', Harmers, London, 10-13 Nov 1975. (Image 1) (Image 2)

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5363 imagePSNC & RMSP 1877: Cover from Guayaquil to Elbeuf, France franked by Great Britain 1870 ½ d. rose pl. 5 in a strip of three and 1874/76 6 d. grey pl. 15 in a strip of three all tied by "C41" obliterators in black, "GUAYAQUIL" double arc on reverse (May 2). Carried on PSNC Steamer to Panama with three line dated "PANAMA / TRANSIT" (May 5) and thence on RMSP "Nile" from Colon to Plymouth. 'London / Paid' transit cds (May 29) in red. Faults incl. part flap missing and stamps backed for display after originally folded around envelope, but a scarce and appealing make-up of the 1/7½ d. rate. Illustrated in Edition D'Or 59 on page 213.rnProvenance: Collection Maurice Burrus, RL, London, 30 Oct 1963, lot 625. (Image 1) (Image 2)

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