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6002 imageAustrian Shipmail, Mailing Facilities on Board of Ships, Lake of Garda 1862: Local entire letter written in Malapineli nearby Peschiera del Garda and sent to Desenzano Lombardy on the Italian part of the lake, bearing 1861 5 kr. red, a fine and fresh adhesive, tied by ornate framed "Imp = Reg = Vapori" handstamp ('Muschelstempel') in black (Tchilinghirian fig. 353 / Müller 3421a) in the typical bold appearance of the late years with three-ring "PESCHIERA 15 / 7" despatch cds alongside. Front shows in addition a '5' centesimi due for the Italian part of the journey. A most interesting cover.rnNote: An exceptional usage between two neighbouring villages situated at the southern end of the Lago di Garda, where the Western part became a part of Italy together with the entire Lombardy in 1859, while the eastern shore was still under Austrian control with entire Venetia up to 1866.  (Image 1) (Image 2)

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SOLD for CHF1,100.00
Closing..Nov-22, 11:59 PM
6003 imageAustrian Shipmail, Mailing Facilities on Board of Ships, Adriatic Sea 1854: 6 kr. brown, Type IIIb on handmade paper, fresh adhesive with even large margins, tied by light framed octagonal "RAGUSA .. / 5 V. L. A." datestamp (VLA = Vapore Lloyd Austriaco) in black (Müller 3422k = 320 points) to entire letter. Reverse with oval barred TRIEST arrival datestamp in red (June 1). Lightest filing fold well away from stamp and postmark, a most attractive cover from the Covacevic correspondence.  (Image 1) (Image 2)

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SOLD for CHF600.00
Closing..Nov-22, 11:59 PM
6004 imageAustrian Shipmail, Mailing Facilities on Board of Ships, Adriatic Sea 1855: 6 kr. brown, Type III on machine paper, fresh adhesive with good to large margins, tied by fair framed octagonal "LUSSINPo 22 / 8 V. L. A." datestamp (VLA = Vapore Lloyd Austriaco) in black (Tchilinghirian fig. 14 / Müller 3422g = 680 points) to second page of entire letter. Reverse with TRIEST arrival cds in red of the next day. Minor imperfections, but an appealing and desirable cover. Signed Seitz & Renato Mondolfo. (Image 1) (Image 2)

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SOLD for CHF800.00
Closing..Nov-22, 11:59 PM
6005 imageAustrian Shipmail, Mailing Facilities on Board of Ships, Adriatic Sea 1862: Entire letter from Trieste to Sebenico bearing 1861 5 kr. red and 10 kr. brown, two fine and well embossed  adhesives, tied by light company cachet "GENEL TRIESTE" and bold framed octagonal "TRIESTE 18 / 2 V. L. A." datestamp (VLA = Vapore Lloyd Austriaco) in black (Müller 3422p = 480 points). Reverse with Zara two line transit and circular SEBENICO arrival datestamps (Feb 20). Lightest filing fold at base well away from stamp and postmark, a most attractive entire.rnProvenance: Collection Dr. Anton & Elisabeth Jerger, Öphila (Oct 2004).  (Image 1) (Image 2)

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SOLD for CHF440.00
Closing..Nov-22, 11:59 PM
6006 imageAustrian Shipmail, Mailing Facilities on Board of Ships, Adriatic Sea 1867: Entire letter from Segna to Trieste bearing 1864 5 kr. rose, a fresh and fine adhesive, tied by clear oval "SEGNA 15 / I / 67 V.  No 2" datestamp (V = Vapore) in blue (Tchilinghirian fig. 37 / Müller 3422n = 1'200 points / Sassone = 11 points). Reverse with arrival datestamps (Jan 17). A very attractive strike of this rare shipmail obliterator. Signed A. Diena. (Image 1) (Image 2)

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SOLD for CHF3,400.00
Closing..Nov-22, 11:59 PM
6007 imageAustrian Shipmail, Port Markings for Ship letters, Adriatic Sea 1867 (May): Postal stationery envelope 1863 5 kr. red small format from Spalato to Venice, the indicium cancelled with perfect two-line "SPALATO / COL VAPORE" handstamp in black (Müller 3423i). Postal treaty handstamps "A.3" and "CRED. AUT 3" as well as "AFF. INSUFF. " handstamp and Italian '10' (c.) due alongside. Reverse with Sebenico and Zara transit cds's (May 26) as well as Italian ambulant, two VENEZIA arrival cds's (May 29, 1867) and postman's cachet '19'. Rare shipmail usage of this stationery, part of lower backflap missing, nevertheless a very attractive item. (Image 1) (Image 2)

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SOLD for CHF180.00
Closing..Nov-22, 11:59 PM
6008 imageAustrian Shipmail, Port Markings for Ship letters, Adriatic Sea 1871 (April 28): Entire letter from Sebenico to Vienna, bearing stationery envelope cutout 1867 coarse whiskers 5 kr. red with imitated perforation, tied by perfect two-line "SEBENICO / COL VAPORE" handstamp in black (Tchilinghirian fig. 21 / Klein 7950a = 100 points). Reverse with Zara transit and Wien arrival cds (April 27). A very rare usage of the cutout with this crisp cancellation on attractive cover to a Vienna musical instrument company. Cert. Ferchenbauer (1989) Ferchenbauer = € 2'000.rnNote: The usage of stationery cutouts was already forbidden since 1861, a regulation which was affirmed in 1866. Thus, cutouts from the 1867 issues are difficult to find. Such a usage with faked perforation to delude the postal authorities which made its way to the receiver without being taxed is an exceptional item.rnThe 'Gebrüder Placht' company was one of the great manufacturers of musical instruments in Vienna, the center of this craft in Austria with more than one hundred companies in the city. (Image 1) (Image 2) (Image 3)

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SOLD for CHF950.00
Closing..Nov-22, 11:59 PM
6009 imageAustrian Shipmail, Port Markings for Ship letters, Adriatic Sea 1867 (May 5): Letter sheet from Ragusa to Trieste, bearing 1864 Arms 5 kr. rose perf. 9½, a fresh and fine single adhesive, tied in transit by clear "MILNA / 5 / 5 / COL VAPORE" cds in black (Tchilinghirian type AC-4 / Müller 3423e = 300 points). Reverse with SPALATO straight line transit and oval TRIEST arrival datestamp (May 11). Lightest filing fold, but a very rare cancellation. (Image 1) (Image 2)

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SOLD for CHF1,600.00
Closing..Nov-22, 11:59 PM
6010 imageAustrian Shipmail, Origin Markings for ship letters, Lake of Garda 1856 (Dec): Local lettersheet from Riva in Tyrol and thereby in Austria, despatched to Solferino in Lombardy, bearing Lombardo-Veneto 15 c. rose, machine paper in type IIIa (Sassone Lombardo -Veneto 20), a fine and fresh adhesive with good to large margins, tied by octagonal framed "RIVA VAPORE" handstamp in black (Müller 3424a). Three ring "PESCHIERA 14 / 12" transit cds alongside and reverse with "CASTIGLIONE DELLE STIVIERE 15 DIC" transit cds. A rare usage of a Lombardo-Veneto adhesive in Austria, an attractive shipmail usage. Cert. E. Diena (1986) Ferchenbauer = € 2'900. (Image 1) (Image 2) (Image 3)

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SOLD for CHF1,400.00
Closing..Nov-22, 11:59 PM
6011 imageAustrian Shipmail, Origin Markings for Ship Letters, Adriatic Sea 1850 (Sept 26): Entire hectographed printed matter letter from Trieste to Trento, bearing 1 kr. yellow ochre in type Ia on handmade paper, a fine and fresh adhesive with good to huge margins, tied by clear straight line "C. V. DA TRIESTE" handstamp in black (Tchilinghirian fig. 6 / Müller 3425a). Reverse with "Trento 29 SETT." arrival cds in black. An interesting printed matter usage via shipmail. (Image 1) (Image 2)

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SOLD for CHF400.00
Closing..Nov-22, 11:59 PM
6012 imageAustrian Shipmail, Origin Markings for Ship Letters, Adriatic Sea 1856 (March 10): Entire letter from Ragusa to Trieste, endorsed "col Vapore", bearing 9 kr. blue, type IIIb on machine paper, a fine and fresh adhesive with large margins, tied by crisp straight line "LETa. ARRta. / PER MARE" handstamp in black (Tchilinghirian fig. 30 / Müller 3425g) with manuscript "Ragusa" alongside. Reverse with Curzola and Spalato transit transit datestamps and TRIEST arrival cds in red (March 15). An attractive entire, cert. Ferchenbauer (1988). (Image 1) (Image 2) (Image 3)

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SOLD for CHF380.00
Closing..Nov-22, 11:59 PM
6013 imageAustrian Shipmail, Origin Markings for Ship Letters, Adriatic Sea 1866 (June 5): Entire letter from Lussinpicolo to Trieste, bearing 1863 15 kr. rose perf 9½, a fine and fresh adhesive, well embossed, tied by clear octagonal "COL PIROSCAFO / DA / LUSSINPICOLO 5 / 6" datestamp in black (Tchilinghirian fig. 36 / Müller 3425e = 1'050 points). Crease aside the adhesive, entire refolded, nevertheless an attractive entire with this rare and sought after cancellation. Signed A. Bolaffi; cert. Sorani (2004). (Image 1) (Image 2) (Image 3)

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SOLD for CHF850.00
Closing..Nov-22, 11:59 PM
Austrian Levant
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6014 imageAustrian Levant Shipmail, Origin Markings for Ship letters, Mediterranean Sea 1866 (July): Front of entire from Alexandria to Liverpool, endorsed "Via Trieste", bearing 1863 Arms 15 s. brown perf. 9½, six fine and fresh single adhesives and a vertical pair, the second stamp from top right showing the complete watermark 'A' of 'BRIEFMARKEN', cancelled or tied upon transit in Trieste by five strikes of two-line "COL VAPORE / D'ALESSANDRIA" handstamp in black (Tchilinghirian fig. 82). Framed "P.D." and "LONDON PAID 31 JY 66" transit cds, both in red alongside as well as a '42' (grams) note in red crayon. Reverse with oval TRIEST transit and LIVERPOOL (July 31) arrival cds, both in black. Some minor edge toning but a most interesting item Ferchenbauer unlisted , € 3'000 for a cover with five 15 s. adhesives.rnNote: Correct franking for a triple rate entire with three times 15 s. for the Lloyd shipmail to Trieste and three times 11 s. for Austria and Belgium as well as three times 14 s. for the United Kingdom.rnParts of the watermark can only be seen if the paper sheet was placed inaccurately into the printing machine. (Image 1) (Image 2)

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SOLD for CHF2,200.00
Closing..Nov-22, 11:59 PM
6015 imageAustrian Levant Shipmail, Origin Markings for Ship Letters, Mediterranean Sea 1859 (March 18): Unpaid Entire letter from Constantinople to Trieste, struck with perfect strike of three-line "LETTERE ARRIVATE / COL VAPORE / DAL LEVANTE" handstamp in black (Tchilinghirian fig. 99). Front shows manuscript '20' (kreuzer) due, reverse with octagonal TRIEST (March 24) arrival cds in red. Lightest file folds, an attractive entire. (Image 1) (Image 2)

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SOLD for CHF100.00
Closing..Nov-22, 11:59 PM
6016 imageAustrian Levant Shipmail, Origin Markings for Ship letters, Mediterranean Sea 1883 (Feb 2): Cover from Beirut to Lyon, bearing 1867 2 s. coarse whiskers and 3 s. green fine whiskers, both adhesives in fine and fresh vertical pairs, tied / cancelled by two excellent strikes of two-line "COL VAP. DA / COSPOLI" handstamp in black (Tranmer fig. 15), struck in Trieste transit. Beyrouth company cachet in bluish green alongside. Reverse with thimble JAFFA (Feb 2, 83) and ALEXANDRIEN (Feb 6, 83) transit cds's. Horizontal file fold well away from the attractive franking, one short perf, part of receiver's name redrawn, nevertheless an extraordinary mixed franking to pay the 10 soldi UPU rate and an attractive cover of considerable scarcity. Signed Colla, cert. Ferchenbauer (2004) Ferchenbauer = € 3'600 for the franking.rnProvenance: Collection Dr. Anton & Elisabeth Jerger, Corinphila sale 140 (May 2004), lot 748. (Image 1) (Image 2) (Image 3)

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SOLD for CHF4,400.00
Closing..Nov-22, 11:59 PM
Austria
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6017 imageAustrian Shipmail, Lloyd express line Venice - Trieste 1860 (Sept 27): Letter sheet from Venice to Trieste, bearing Lombardo-Veneto 1858 5 s. red and 15 s. blue, both in type II (Sassone 30+32), two fine and fresh adhesives, each tied by clear boxed "DA VENEZIA / COL VAPORE 27 / 9" datestamp in black (Tchilinghirian fig. 8). Vertical file fold well away from the franking, part of right sideflap missing, nevertheless an attractive franking. Cert. Vaccari (2006). (Image 1) (Image 2) (Image 3)

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SOLD for CHF550.00
Closing..Nov-22, 11:59 PM
6018 imageAustrian Shipmail, Adriatic Sea 1865 (Jan): Entire letter from Trieste to Ancona, endorsed "Col Vapore", bearing fine examples of 1861 3 kr. green in a horizontal pair and 15 kr. blue, tied / cancelled by oval "NAVIGAZIONE A VAPORE / DEL LLOYD AUSTRIACO" company cachet in blue, "P.D." handstamp in red and ANCONA arrival (Jan 16) in black alongside. Reverse with an additional arrival and octagonal distribution handstamp. Horizontal file fold well away from the franking and some toning, nevertheless a most interesting usage on the ship line Trieste - Ancona - Corfu - Piraeus - Constantinople. Signed R. Mondolfo and Raybaudi Ferchenbauer = € 3'250 for the obliteration of the adhesives only by a company cachet. (Image 1) (Image 2)

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SOLD for CHF1,900.00
Closing..Nov-22, 11:59 PM
Austrian Levant
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6019 imageAustrian Levant Shipmail, Mediterranean Sea 1868 (August): Printed matter entire letter from Constantinople to Trieste, bearing a horizontal pair of 1864 Arms 2 s. yellow perf. 9½, a superb fresh multiple, well embossed, both adhesives with partial watermarks, tied by two superb strikes of a red oval "TRIEST 13 / 8" datestamp. A most attractive entire with this cancellation of utmost rarity, presumably unique. Signed Alberto Diena und Renato Mondolfo, cert. Ferchenbauer (2004) Sassone R2 = € 37'500.rnReference: Jerger - Allgemeine und besondere Frankaturen, p. 355; Sassone catalogue Antichi Stati Italiani Francobolli (2021), p. 76.rnProvenance: Collection Fitch; collection Dr. Anton & Elisabeth Jerger, Öphila sale (Oct. 2004).rn  (Image 1) (Image 2) (Image 3) (Image 4)

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SOLD for CHF9,000.00
Closing..Nov-22, 11:59 PM
DDSG
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6020 imageDanube Steam Navigation Co in Smyrna 1844c: Second page of entire letter from Smyrna to Constantinople with a fine strike of the framed "D.D.S.G. / P.P. / SMYRNE" handstamp in black (Tranmer fig. 22). The cover shows two carantine slits. Some wear of no importance, an extremely rare postmark.rnNote:  In 1829, the Donau-Dampfschifffahrts-Gesellschft (DDSG) was founded. It supplied postal services on the Danube as well as on the Black and Aegean Sea. In 1845, the DDSG services were restricted to the Danube and Odessa. The shipmail service along the Aegean coast of Asia Minor never worked satisfactorily resulting in a low number of surviving covers with the two known types of prephilatelic Smyrna DDSG PP handstamps. Another cover is depicted in Smith - Austrian Post Offices in the Levant on p. 157.rnReference: Cover displayed in Ringström & Tester - Private Ship Letter Stamps of the World, part 22 on p. 71. rnProvenance: Collection Franz See; Corinphila sale 62 (May 1979), lot 2523. (Image 1) (Image 2)

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SOLD for CHF1,500.00
Closing..Nov-22, 11:59 PM
6021 imageDanube Steam Navigation Co in Bulgaria: 1866 17 kr. scarlet, perf. 12-12½, a used example on 1866 cover from Sistov to Galatz, tied by thimble "16 / 8" circular datestamp in blue (Tchilinghirian fig. 928A). Reverse with oval arrival datestamp (July 17) of the DDSG post office in blue. Light horizontal filing fold, an attractive cover.rnProvenance: Corinphila sale 99 (June 1997), lot 8344. (Image 1) (Image 2)

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SOLD for CHF360.00
Closing..Nov-22, 11:59 PM

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