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Chile continued...
Lot Symbol Lot Description CV or Estimate
7400 image1867: ABN 5 c. red, a single example on 1874 cover from Vallenar to Paris cancelled in black, with "VALLENAR / CHILE" despatch at base (May 3). Reverse with British P.O. CALLAO cds (May 12) on reverse. Thence via London where "GB / 1F 90c." accountancy handstamp applied in black, Calais transit (June 13) and charged at double rate with '30' décimes charge marking. (Image 1) (Image 2) (Image 3)

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SOLD for CHF160.00
Closing..Nov-23, 11:59 PM
7401 image1867: ABN 5 c. red, a used example tied to 5 c. violet postal stationery envelope to Paris by cork handstamps in black. "Santiago / Chile" despatch cds in purple (Feb 9, 1875) and British P.O. CALLAO cds verso (Feb 21), three line dated "PANAMA / TRANSIT" in black (Feb 28). Transferred to French Packet "La Ville de Bordeaux" and struck with fine octagonal "PANAMA / PAQ. FR. A No. 2" datestamp (March 2) in black (Salles fig. 1413). Taxed with handstruck '15' décimes charge mark on arrival (March 26). Scarce and fine. (Image 1) (Image 2) (Image 3)

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SOLD for CHF300.00
Closing..Nov-23, 11:59 PM
7402 image1867: ABN 10 c. blue, a used example on 1875 cover from Tomé to Paris endorsed "via Panama" cancelled in black with "TOMÉ / CHILE" despatch (Aug 8) in purple with Valparaiso transit cds in red on reverse. Mailed via Panama where carried by commercial, non Contract, Steamer and struck initially on arrival with "OUTRE-MER / LE HAVRE" in red (Oct 5) deleted in manuscript. Replaced by circular "PAYS. ETR. PAQ. REG. / LE HAVRE" in red and charged with handstruck '12' décimes due in black. (Image 1) (Image 2) (Image 3)

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SOLD for CHF220.00
Closing..Nov-23, 11:59 PM
7403 imagePacific War 1877: Rouletted 10 c. blue, a single example on 1880 cover endorsed "via Panama y Southampton"  to Paris, probably from Chilean occupied Arica (Company imprint on reverse 'Arica & Tacna') tied by black cork handstamp. British "PANAMA TRANSIT" cds in black (Jan 9, 1881) and carried via New York with scarce "NEW YORK (Jan 20) / PANAMA TRANSIT" on reverse in black and "T / CENTIMES 25" on obverse in blue. Paris arrival (Feb 3) in blue and charged '75c." due in red. Sensible flap repair - a rare usage. Cert. Moorhouse (2006).rnrnNote: Peru joined the UPU on 1 April 1879 and a 10 c. rate would have been applicable. Chile joined the UPU on 1 April 1881 and the rate should have been prepaid 11 centavos. (Image 1) (Image 2) (Image 3) (Image 4)

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SOLD for CHF650.00
Closing..Nov-23, 11:59 PM
7404 image1878: Rouletted 5 c. dull lake, a vertical pair used on 1884 cover to Bordeaux endorsed "via Magellanes"  tied by "ILLAPEL /CHILE" cds (March 1) with unframed "T" in black adjacent. Taxed on arrival (a journey time of nearly two months) with manuscript '50' in pencil and franked by 1881 Postage Due 20 c., black and 40 c. black horizontal pair for the deficiency (Maury T17+T19). Cover with closed tears but unusual. (Image 1) (Image 2) (Image 3)

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SOLD for CHF440.00
Closing..Nov-23, 11:59 PM
7405 imageBritsh Post Office in Coquimbo 1862/64: Great Britain 6 d. lilac, hairlines, Plate 4, a used example on 18 July 1865 cover from Coquimbo to Bordeaux endorsed "par Bogota via Panamá" tied by "C40" obliterator in black, thence via PSNC Steamer "Bogota" to Panama. London transit cds on reverse (Aug 30) and struck there with framed "GB / 2F 87½ c." accountancy marking, charged with handstruck '12' décimes due on arrival. Some overall aging and bleach spot on one perforation of the adhesive but a rare early usage from Coquimbo (earliest recorded in 18 May 1865). Cert. BPA (1968). (Image 1) (Image 2) (Image 3) (Image 4)

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SOLD for CHF600.00
Closing..Nov-23, 11:59 PM
Colombia
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7406 image1865: 10 c. violet, a used example with good margins all round and sheet marginal at base, applied just off edge of 1866 cover to Lyon, France tied by "BOGOTÁ" oval handstamp in black. Octagonal French Consular "STE. MARTHE" datestamp (Dec 5) in black at right (Salles fig. 1376), carried by "Nouveau Monde" with reverse showing circular "LIGNE A / PAQ. FR. No. 1" datestamp in black. Taxed on arrival (Dec 29) with handstruck '10' décimes charge marking in black. Signed Calves. (Image 1) (Image 2) (Image 3)

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SOLD for CHF450.00
Closing..Nov-23, 11:59 PM
7407 image1866: 10 c. lilac, Stone A, a fine used example with good to large margins all round showing sheet margin at top and adjoining stamp at right, used on 1867 cover to Paris tied by "BOGOTÁ" oval handstamp in blue. Reverse with British P.O. SANTA MARTHA cds (July 1) and thence via London (July 28) where "GB /1F 60c." accountancy marking applied. Calais transit and charged '10' décimes handstruck to pay in black. The envelope with some closed tears not affecting the fine appearance. Cert. Bortfeldt (2009). (Image 1) (Image 2) (Image 3) (Image 4)

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SOLD for CHF360.00
Closing..Nov-23, 11:59 PM
7408 image1868: 10 c. lilac, Type II, a used example, a fine example used on 14 August 1874 cover to Paris cancelled in manuscript at "Cali" in ink for internal rate, three line "PANAMA / TRANSIT" in black (Sept 4) and thence via London where "GB / 1F 90c." accountancy marking applied in black. Calais cds of entry (Sept 30) and charged with handstruck '15' décimes in black. A scarce and attractive usage. (Image 1) (Image 2) (Image 3)

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CLOSED
Closing..Nov-23, 11:59 PM
Cuba
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7409 image1876: Cuba 50 c. ultramarine, used on 1876 single and double rate covers to France, one with single franking from Santiago (Nov 4) to Paris with New York transit and 'T' marking in black; carried on Hamburg Line Steamer to Cherbourg with "ETATS-UNIS / 2 CHERBOURG 2" entry marking (Nov 29) in blue (Salles fig. 1802) and handstruck '8' décime charge marking in blue; the other with 1876 Cuba 50 c. ultramarine (2) carried by French Packet "Periere" with octagonal "ETATS-UNIS PAQ. FR / 2 BREST 2" in blue (Salles fig. 1721) and similarly charged with handstruck '8' décime marking in blue; each bearing '10' US credit handstamp in blue. Cuba joined the UPU on 1 May 1877. A scarce matched pair, one with cert. Graus (1989). (Image 1)



CLOSED
Closing..Nov-23, 11:59 PM
Colombia
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7410 image1877: 10 c. bistre brown on wove paper, a fine example with good to large margins all round, used on 14 November 1879 cover from Zipaya (manuscript notation on reverse) to Paris, the adhesive cancelled by oval framed "BOGOTÁ" in black. Thence via British P.O. with fine "SAVANILLA / BARRANQUILLA" cds (Dec 1) in black, London cds (Dec 29) in red on reverse and struck there with "T / 1-10" accountancy marking. Charged with handstruck '16' décimes due on arrival: traiff of 1 May 1878. A scarce and most attractive usage. (Image 1) (Image 2) (Image 3)

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SOLD for CHF300.00
Closing..Nov-23, 11:59 PM
7411 image1881: 10 c. deep brown on blued wove paper, a fine example with good to large margins all round, used on 14 November 1879 cover from Bogotá to Paris, the adhesive cancelled by oval framed "BOGOTÁ" in black. Carried via French route with "SAVANILLA" Consular datestamp (Jan 2, 1881) in black (Salles fig. 1378) and reverse with circular "LIGNE A / PAQ. FR. No. 2" datestamp (Jan 4) and carried on the "St. Germain" to St. Nazaire. Triangular 'T' marking and charged with handstruck '12' décimes due upon arrival. A few file folds not detracting from the appearance, a very early usage of this adhesive. (Image 1) (Image 2) (Image 3)

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SOLD for CHF340.00
Closing..Nov-23, 11:59 PM
7412 image1883: 10 c. orange on yellow, a used example on 1884 cover to Nîmes, France endorsed "par Lafayette", tied by framed CARTAGENA despatch handstamp in black. Carried by French Paquebot "Lafayette" with octagonal "COLOMBIE / LIG. A. PAQ. FR. No. 1" in black (Dec 3). Cover found to be double weight with '2' in manuscript and two strikes of triangular "T" marking in black. Taxed on arrival with extremely rare Postage Due 1881/92 Van Dyck 1 fr. marron (Maury T25) tied by Nimes / Gard cds (Dec 26). Slight opening tears away from adhesives at top, a very rare cover. (Image 1) (Image 2) (Image 3)

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SOLD for CHF600.00
Closing..Nov-23, 11:59 PM
7413 image1882/1900: Covers (3) on Exhibit leaves all to France by French Paquebot and taxed, with 1882 stampless cover from Barranquilla (Nov 16) and struck with "SAVANILLA / PAQ. FR. A No. 3" octagonal datestamp in black with handstruck '5' due marking and 1881 10 c. and 40 c. black Dues; 1898 stampless cover from Barranquilla with octagonal "LIGNE D / PAQ. FR. No. 1" datestamp superb in black, taxed on arrival with 1893 Postage Due 50 c. brown-lilac; and 1900 cover with 5 c. used from Cartagena with "LIGNE A / PAQ. FR. No. 2" octagonal datestamp taxed on arrival with 1893 Postage Due 50 c. brown-lilac. An attractive and scarce group. (Image 1)

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CLOSED
Closing..Nov-23, 11:59 PM
7414 imageAntioquia 1893: Antioquia 5 c. vermilion, a used example on reverse of 1899 opened for display envelope to Paris tied by FREDONIA oval handstamps in violet, with oval TRANSITO cachet and Medellin transit cds (Jan 5) on obverse with circular "T" marking and Barranquilla cds. Carried by French Packet "St. Laurent" with circular "LIGNE D / PAQ. FR. No. 1" in black (Jan 23). Further triangular "T" marking and taxed on arrival with 1893 50 c. brown-lilac tied by triangular handstamp in black.  (Image 1) (Image 2) (Image 3)

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SOLD for CHF600.00
Closing..Nov-23, 11:59 PM
Cuba
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7415 imageAntilles 1857: Cuba ½ r. blue, two single examples with large margins all round, used on 1862 cover from Havana (Jan 24) to Bordeaux, carried by Spanish ship and endorsed "Vapor Correo Almogabar" at top, tied by barred obliterator in black. From St. Thomas (Feb 12) by British ship to London where struck with "GB / 1F 60c." accountancy handstamp and charged 8 décimes due in black: Tariff of 1 Jan 1857. Bordeaux arrival (March 5) on reverse. Flap missing but an attractive cover. (Image 1) (Image 2) (Image 3)

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SOLD for CHF550.00
Closing..Nov-23, 11:59 PM
7416 imageAntilles 1857: Cuba ½ r. blue on smooth white unwatermarked paper, a horizontal pair with large margins all round and portion of adjoining stamp at left, used on small 1858 envelope to Bordeaux via British Packet and Spain, cancelled by fine oval network handstamp in black. Double ring CUBA despatch in blue (March 2) and St. Jean de Luz entry marking in red alongside (April 5), where charged with handstruck '5' décimes charge in black: Tariff of 15 July 1849 for a letter from Spain. A most attractive and scarce cover.rnrnProvenance: Collection John Simon, Corinphila sale 194, 20 Nov 2014, lot 194. (Image 1) (Image 2) (Image 3)

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SOLD for CHF160.00
Closing..Nov-23, 11:59 PM
7417 imageAntilles 1857: Cuba ½ r. blue, a single example with close to large margins all round and portion of adjoining stamp at top, used on 1862 entire letter from Santiago de Cuba (Feb 1) via Havana  to Bordeaux tied by network handstamp in black. British P.O. St. Thomas cds (Feb 28) on reverse via London where struck with "GB / 1F 60c." accountancy handstamp (March 13) and charged at double rate on arrival (over 7½ grams) with handstruck '16' décimes due in black: Tariff of 1 Jan 1857. Bordeaux arrival (March 20) on reverse. Minor file fold affects the adhesive but a scarce and attractive cover. (Image 1) (Image 2) (Image 3)

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SOLD for CHF150.00
Closing..Nov-23, 11:59 PM
7418 imageAntilles 1869: USA 15 c. brown & blue, Type I, a fine example with vignette misplaced to right, tied by cork handstamp in black to 1870 entire letter from Havana (Jan 29) to Paris via New York (Feb 5) with "E.E. ROMAY & CO / 156 FRONT ST. NEW YORK" Forwarding Agent cachet in blue on reverse (Feb 5). Carried on French Steamer "Pereire" with octagonal 'ETATS-UNIS / PAQ. FR. H No. 1' in red (Salles fig. 1713). Charged with handstruck due '8' décimes in black on arrival (Feb 17 at Le Havre). A rare and fine entire. Cert. Philatelic Foundation (1981).rnrnNote: From 1 Jan 1870 prepayment was impossible, all letters being taxed 8 décimes per 10 grams. (Image 1) (Image 2) (Image 3) (Image 4) (Image 5)

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SOLD for CHF1,500.00
Closing..Nov-23, 11:59 PM
7419 imageAntilles 1871: Cuba 25 c. ultramarine, two examples used on 1872 cover to France tied by GUANAJAY / ISLA DE CUBA datestamp in blue with French Consular "LA HAVANE" octagonal datestamp (Nov 25) in black (Salles fig. 1365) alongside. Reverse with Paquebot datestamp and three French arrivals (Dec 24), charged '12' décimes handstruck: Tariff of 1 July 1871 for a letter under 10 grams.  (Image 1) (Image 2) (Image 3)

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SOLD for CHF420.00
Closing..Nov-23, 11:59 PM

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