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Germany continued...

Dt. Reich continued...
Lot Symbol Lot Description CV or Estimate
7220 imageGermany Empire 1891 (Aug 19): Stationery postcard 5 pf. green from Mainz to Aulnay de Saintogne, the indicium cancelled by MAINZ despatch cds in black. As there was no additional franking on this inland postcard, it was taxed upon arrival with twice the 6¼ c. deficiency, but only the timbre taxe type Duval 2 c. black was affixed to the card and tied by the AULNAY arrival (Aug 21) cds. Pinhole aside the indicium but an attractive card with erroneous taxation Maury 11. (Image 1) (Image 2) (Image 3)

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SOLD for CHF120.00
Closing..Nov-23, 11:59 PM
7221 imageGermany Empire 1894 (July 19): Large sized envelope from Fürstenstein to Paris, bearing 1889 Krone & Wertziffer 20 pf. blue with good perfs, tied by FÜRSTENSTEIN despatch cds in black. Upon arrival taxed as a letter of the 16th weight rate with twice the insufficiency using Van Dyck 1 fr. brown (two pairs and three single adhesives) plus one single Duval 50 c. black. Cover with some tear and wear as to be expected from an item of that sheer size, nevertheless an amazing timbre taxe franking Maury 25+20. (Image 1) (Image 2) (Image 3) (Image 4)

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SOLD for CHF2,000.00
Closing..Nov-23, 11:59 PM
7222 imageGermany Empire 1896 (Jan 16): Formular postcard from Aachen to Segré, bearing no franking at all, struck by AACHEN despatch cds in black. Upon arrival taxed as a letter with Duval 1893/1935 5 c. blue, 15 c. green and 30 c. red, all in type I paying the 50 c. rate. A rare usage of an unfranked formular card Maury 28/I+30//+33/I. (Image 1) (Image 2) (Image 3)

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SOLD for CHF100.00
Closing..Nov-23, 11:59 PM
7223 imageGermany Empire 1874/76: Lot five covers incl. 1874 from Haguenau to Strasbourg, forwarded to Paris but refused by the addressee, sent back to Strasbourg where opened to figure out the sender, in addition three covers with the new PFENNIGE definitives used in the second half of the year when Germany had already joined the GPU while France did not, also 1877 double rate letter paid insufficiently and regarded by the French postal administration as unpaid. An interesting lot. (Image 1) (Image 2)

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SOLD for CHF460.00
Closing..Nov-23, 11:59 PM
7224 imageGermany Empire 1882/1900: Lot eight covers/postcards incl. 1884 unpaid envelope with Duval 20 & 30 c., 1885 partially paid cover from Mülhausen to Épinal where taxed with 40 c., then forwarded to Paris where regarded unpaid and taxed with Duval 30 c. & 10 c. in a gutter pair, in addition four postcards, one taxed erroneously with Duval 1 c. instead of 10 c., also 1895 cover Paris to Lorraine where taxed with 35 pf., refused to Paris where taxed with 40 centimes. Interesting lot. (Image 1) (Image 2) (Image 3) (Image 4) (Image 5)

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CLOSED
Closing..Nov-23, 11:59 PM

Europe

Greece
Lot Symbol Lot Description CV or Estimate
7225 image1862/67 1 l. deep brown, 2 l. bright yellow brown (2) and 5 l. green on bluish, on 1866 wrapper band front from Piraeus to Lyon, France, all tied by dotted '2' numeral of Piraeus with cds of despatch (Dec 8) alongside. Greek 'Paid to Destination' handstamp in black and carried by the Ligne U French Paquebot 'Tibre' to Marseille where two strikes of P.P. in red applied with handstruck '15c.' due marking in red. A very unusual and colourful usage. Illustrated in 'Les Tarifs Helléniques' on page 85.rnrnProvenance: Collection Madame Michèle Chauvet, Corinphila sale 214, June 2017, lot 5064. (Image 1) (Image 2) (Image 3)

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SOLD for CHF2,600.00
Closing..Nov-23, 11:59 PM
7226 image1862/67: 10 l. bright orange on bluish on Newspaper wrapper band front and large part back mailed from Piraeus to Lyon, France franked with tied by dotted '2' numeral of Piraeus (and entry marking of Marseille) with Piraeus cds of despatch (Dec 29) alongside. Handstruck '30c.' due marking in red applied at right. A very unusual and colourful usage. Illustrated in 'Les Tarifs Helléniques' on page 217.rnrnProvenance: Collection Madame Michèle Chauvet, Corinphila sale 214, June 2017, lot 5065.rnrn  (Image 1) (Image 2) (Image 3)

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SOLD for CHF1,200.00
Closing..Nov-23, 11:59 PM
7227 image1862/67: Consecutive printings 10m l. orange on greenish with huge margins, 20 l. blue on bluish with large margins and 40 l. lilac on blued touched to large, all used on 1870 cover from Argostolian to Paris tied by dotted '110' lozenge with despatch cds at left. The initial 'PD' deleted when found to be overweight and struck with framed "AFFRANCHISEMENT / INSUFFISANT" in black. "Grece / St. Michel" entry marking in blue (March 15) and charged with handstruck '10' décimes due to pay. Some toning not greatly detracting from a scarce franking. Cert. Orestis Vlastos (1992). rnrnProvenance: Corinphila sale 141, May 2004, lot 3089. (Image 1) (Image 2) (Image 3) (Image 4)

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SOLD for CHF1,200.00
Closing..Nov-23, 11:59 PM
Hungary
Lot Symbol Lot Description CV or Estimate
7228 imageHungary 1887/94: Lot one cover and two stationery postcards incl. 1887 Fiume maritime administration to the Austro Hungarian consulate in Cette bearing the Duval timbres taxe 20 c. and 30 c. black (Maury 17+18), also two inland postcards underpaid for France, one directed to the composer Paul Decourcelle in Nice. (Image 1) (Image 2)

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SOLD for CHF200.00
Closing..Nov-23, 11:59 PM
Papal state
Lot Symbol Lot Description CV or Estimate
7229 imagePapal States 1852 (Jan 10): Entire letter from Bologna to Lyon, bearing 1852 (Jan) ½ baj. black on greyish and 7 baj. black on blue, two fine and fresh examples with primarily large to huge margins all round (½ baj. touched at right), tied by BOLOGNA despatch cds in black, the 7 baj. in addition by "T.A." postal treaty handstamp in red. French "AUTR. 11 JANV. 52 BEAUVOISIN" entry cds in red alongside. Upon arrival taxed with '10' décimes. Horizontal filing fold well away from the adhesives, an impressive and interesting part paid entire despatched in the second week after the issuance of Papal States adhesives, the franking paying correctly the inland rate to the Austrian boarder while the receiver had to pay the residual journey from that point. Signed A. Diena; cert. Rismondo (2005).rnNote: Prior to October 1852, letters from the Papal States had to be prepaid to the Austrian border, while the Austrian, Sardinian  and French parts of the journey had to be paid by the receiver. (Image 1) (Image 2) (Image 3) (Image 4)

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SOLD for CHF300.00
Closing..Nov-23, 11:59 PM
7230 imagePapal States 1852/67: Lot four covers incl. Sept. 1852 paid with 5 baj. correctly to the border while the receiver had to pay '10' décesimi; 1862 double rate cover with two examples of 5 baj. instead of 20 baj, therefore regarded as unpaid and taxed with '20' décesimi; 1863 double rate cover franked only for the first weight rate with pair 7 baj. & single 6 baj., regarded as unpaid and taxed with '20' décesimi; also 1867 local letter within Rome franked with 2 baj. and forwarded to Marseille, taxed with '8' décesimi. An intetesting and diverse lot. (Image 1) (Image 2)

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CLOSED
Closing..Nov-23, 11:59 PM
Parma
Lot Symbol Lot Description CV or Estimate
7231 imageParma 1854 (March 6): Entire letter from Parma to Annonay, bearing 1852 40 c. blue, a fine and fresh example with good to large margins all round, tied by very rare three-line "PARMA / 6 / MARZO" despatch datestamp (Sassone PR = R2) in black, French "SARD. 10 MARS 54 Pt DE BEAUVOISIN" entry cds in red alongside. Reverse with LYON transit cds and ANNONAY arrival (March 11) cds. Upon arrival taxed with '7' décimes in manuscript. Horizontal filing fold well away from the adhesives, addressee's name erased, nevertheless a very rare cancellation of the adhesive with the datestamp not the grill obliterator and in addition a very early entire from a rare provenance to France Sassone = € 4'850 + 25'000.rnNote: Prior to the first postal treaty in March 1855, letters to France had to be paid at 40 centesimi to the Sardinian border and were charged on arrival in France on the basis of the Franco-Sardinian postal treaty. (Image 1) (Image 2) (Image 3) (Image 4)

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CLOSED
Closing..Nov-23, 11:59 PM
Sardinia
Lot Symbol Lot Description CV or Estimate
7232 imageSardinia 1856 (April 26): Entire letter from Thonon to Bonpertuis, Isère, manuscript "timbre insuffisant", bearing 1854 20 c. blue, a fine and fresh examples with good to large margins all round from the top right marginal corner, tied by light THONON despatch cds in black, French "SARD. 28 AVRIL 56 Pt DE BEAUVOISIN" entry cds in red alongside. Reverse with CHAMBERY, GRENOBLE and VOIRON transit cds (April 29) cds's. Upon arrival taxed with '5' décimes in manuscript. Light horizontal filing fold well away from the adhesive, nevertheless an interesting and attractive entire.rnNote: In the first postal treaty between Sardinia and France from July 1851, letters to France had to be fully prepaid with 50 centesimi or unpaid. Partially prepaid letters were regarded as fully unpaid. (Image 1) (Image 2) (Image 3)

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SOLD for CHF120.00
Closing..Nov-23, 11:59 PM
7233 imageSardinia 1860 (Nov 16): Cover from Iglesias, Sardinia to Ajaccio, Corsica, bearing IV. issue 10 c. 'bruno cioccolato scuro' and 40 c. 'rosso mattone', two fine and fresh examples with good to large margins all round, tied by clear IGLESIAS despatch cds (Sassone CA = 7 punti) in black, framed "FRANCOBOLLO INSIFFICIENTE" alongside. Reverse with SASSARI transit and AJACCIO arrival (Nov 21) cds's. Upon arrival taxed with '7' décimes. Lightest horizontal filing fold well away from the adhesive, some acid ink in the address, nevertheless an attractive and interesting shipmail cover full of postal history. Signed Vaccari; certs. E. Diena (1986), Bottacchi (2001) Sassone = € 4'350+600.rnNote: In the first postal treaty between Sardinia and France from July 1851, overland letters to France had to be fully prepaid with 50 centesimi or unpaid. Shipmail covers had to be franked with 70 centesimi, the present letter was therefore regarded as unpaid and taxed with the full amount. (Image 1) (Image 2) (Image 3) (Image 4)

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SOLD for CHF900.00
Closing..Nov-23, 11:59 PM
Italy
Lot Symbol Lot Description CV or Estimate
7234 imageItaly 1863 (Oct 6): Entire letter from Bergamo to Bordeaux, forwarded to Tournon-sur-Rhône, Ardèche, showing "Timbre insuffisant" in manuscript, bearing 1855 Sardinia 10 c. bistre, a late usage after the proclamation of the Kingdom of Italy in combination with Italy 1863 (April) 15 c. blue, two fine and fresh adhesives, tied by light "BERGAMO BASSA" despatch cds in black, French "ITALIE 9 OCT 63 AMB Mt CENIS" entry cds in red alongside. The addressee was not present and the cover was again despatched at the "BORDEAUX LES CHARTRONS" post office, where Italian adhesives and datestamps were crossed by pen and a "30" taxe tampon was struck on front. Reverse with a whole plethora of transit and ambulant cds's as well as an indistinct TOURNON arrival cds. An interesting cover which was insufficiently franked to cover the 40 c. rate to France but finally only taxed for the inland forwarding. Signed A. Diena; cert. Vaccari (2008) Zanaria 0,25 M. (Image 1) (Image 2) (Image 3) (Image 4)

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SOLD for CHF100.00
Closing..Nov-23, 11:59 PM
7235 imageItaly 1862 (Sept 20): Cover from Bologna to Paris, forwarded to Courson-les-Carrières, Yonne, bearing 1862 first Italian issue 20 c. indigo in a horizontal pair, a fine multiple, tied by light BOLOGNA despatch cds in black, "P.D." handstamp and French "ITALIE 23 SEPT .. LANSLEBOURG" entry cds, both in red alongside. The addressee was not in Paris and the cover was again despatched by throwing it into the postbox, Italian adhesives and datestamps were crossed by pen, a framed "Trouvé à la Boite" handstamp and a "PARIS 30c" taxation datestamp (Sept 23) was struck on front. Reverse with TORINO and PARIS transit as well as an indistinct arrival cds's. An interesting cover full of character, coming from abroad but taxed for a French inland forwarding. Signed Emilio & Alberto Diena; cert. Vaccari (2008). (Image 1) (Image 2) (Image 3) (Image 4)

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SOLD for CHF160.00
Closing..Nov-23, 11:59 PM
7236 imageItaly 1873/94: Lot ten covers incl. 1873 cover paid only at the Italian inland rate, 1874 printed matter franked correctly at the 6 c. printed matter rate with DLR 1 c. & 5 c., taxed as the item was sent with a commercial steamer, 1876/77 two covers paid only at single rate abroad, 1879 envelope franked in Rome with French adhesives, 1888 open mourning envelope franked insufficiently with only 2 c. instead of 5 c. first with a timbre taxe Duval 10 c. then with a rare pair of 3 c. black (Maury 12 = € 700+), 1887 unfranked cover taxed with Duval 10 c. and a rare pair of 20 c. (Maury 17 = € 500+), 1893 Italian telegram forwarded unpaid from a hotel in Genova to one in Nice and taxed with rare Duval 50 c. black (Maury 20 = € 475). A very interesting and diverse lot. (Image 1) (Image 2) (Image 3) (Image 4) (Image 5)

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CLOSED
Closing..Nov-23, 11:59 PM
Luxemburg
Lot Symbol Lot Description CV or Estimate
7237 image1859: 40 c. red-orange, imperforate with three large margins and shaved at right, used on 1861 cover from Luxembourg to Lyons, France tied on despatch in black (Aug 29) with framed "PD" at right and manuscript "Inclus échantillons sans valeur" at left. Underpaid as found to be double weight (8 grams) and the 'PD' deleted and struck with framed "AFFRANCHISEMENT / INSUFFISANT" in black. Charged '8' décimes due to pay in manuscript. File fold away from the adhesives, a scarce usage. Signed Goebel. (Image 1) (Image 2) (Image 3)

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SOLD for CHF600.00
Closing..Nov-23, 11:59 PM
7238 image1865/75: Rouletted 10 c. red-lilac, a single and horizontal pair used on 1867 cover from Luxembourg to Châlons sur Sâone, France tied on despatch in black (Aug 8) with framed "PD" below. Underpaid 10 c. and struck with framed "AFFRANCHISEMENT / INSUFFISANT" in black (without the PD being annulled) and charged '4' décimes due to pay. File fold away from the adhesives but a scarce usage. (Image 1) (Image 2) (Image 3)

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SOLD for CHF340.00
Closing..Nov-23, 11:59 PM
7239 image1865/75: Rouletted 12½ c. rose, a single example used on 1872 entire letter from Luxembourg to Montmedy, France tied on despatch in black (July 2) with framed "PD" deleted at right. Underpaid 12½ c. and struck with framed "AFFRANCHISEMENT / INSUFFISANT" in black and charged '3' décimes due to pay in manuscript. File fold away from the adhesives but a scarce usage. Signed Goebel. (Image 1) (Image 2) (Image 3)

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SOLD for CHF700.00
Closing..Nov-23, 11:59 PM

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