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Cuba continued...
Lot Symbol Lot Description CV or Estimate
7420 imageAntilles 1875: Cuba 25 c. ultramarine, a single example used on 1875 cover to Lyon, manuscript cancelled in blue crayon, mailed via New York (July 15) with transit in black and treated as underpaid with '50' (cents) in black. Carried on the Hamburg Line Packet "Klopstock" with "ETATS-UNIS / 2 CHERBOURG 2" entry marking (July 27) in blue (Salles fig. 1802) and handstruck '12' décime charge marking (tariff of 1 Aug 1872) tying the adhesive in blue. France, whilst a signatory, did not join the UPU until 1 Jan 1876. (Image 1) (Image 2) (Image 3)

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SOLD for CHF100.00
Closing..Nov-23, 11:59 PM
7421 imageAntilles 1883/86: Covers (2), the first with Cuba 5 c. grey, used on underpaid 1889 cover from Havana (July 23) to Paris with "T" marking in black at left, short paid 5 c., but cover taxed at double the original deficiency on arrival in Paris (Aug 8) with Postage Due 10 c. black pair and single 30 c. black (Maury T15+T18); together with 1895 stampless cover from Havana (June 21) to Paris endorsed "via Tampa" with scarce circular "T / HAVANA" of despatch, again taxed at double deficiency with France Postage Due marginal 50 c. black (Maury T20) on arrival (July 4). Some imperfections but a scarce duo. (Image 1)



SOLD for CHF160.00
Closing..Nov-23, 11:59 PM

Worldwide

Dominican Republic
Lot Symbol Lot Description CV or Estimate
7422 imageAntilles 1885/91: Dominican Republic 10 c. orange, a single example used on cover to Paris endorsed "Por Vap. Frances a Francia", unusually tied by 'HAITI A FORT DE FRANCE / L.E. No.1' Paquebot datestamp in black (Aug 15) with repeated strike alongside (Salles fig. 1576) with triangular 'T' mark adjacent and manuscript '2' (liable to double rate). Taxed on arrival in Paris for double the original deficiency with Postage Due 1 fr. maroon (Maury T25). Paris arrival on reverse (Sept 6). Slight soiling but a most unusual usage. (Image 1) (Image 2) (Image 3)

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SOLD for CHF650.00
Closing..Nov-23, 11:59 PM
7423 imageAntilles 1885/91: Dominican Republic 2 c. orange-red, a single example used on 1899 cover to Paris in combination with postal stationery cut-out 2 c. bright rose, tied by bartred obliterator and "Santo Domingo" cds. Underpaid for 10 c. single rate and struck with large "T" marking in black on despatch. Paris arrival cds (May 31) and taxed with France 1893 50 c. lilac-brown Postage Due. The cover should have been taxed 60 centimes (as if entirely unpaid) but a 10 c. reduction was made due to the prepaid 4 c. A scarce cover. (Image 1) (Image 2) (Image 3)

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SOLD for CHF550.00
Closing..Nov-23, 11:59 PM

Overseas

Ecuador
Lot Symbol Lot Description CV or Estimate
7424 image1865/72: ½ r. blue on blued paper, a fine large margined example used on 1870 mourning cover to Paris tied by "QUITO / FRANCA" cds in black (July 2) paying the internal postage with GUAYAQUIL British P.O. cds (July 9) on reverse. Circular "PANAMA / TRANSIT" cds in black (July 29) and thence via London (Aug 28) where struck with framed "GB / 1F 90 c." accountancy marking in black. Charged with handstruck '12' décimes due marking upon arrival. One of the finest first issue covers from this correspondence (believed just 12 with various single frankings), originally found at the Granada Exhibition in 1992. Cert. Holcombe (1992), Moorhouse (1992).rnrnProvenance: Collection Bernard Berkinshaw-Smith, Corinphila sale 145, April 2006, lot 3189. (Image 1) (Image 2) (Image 3) (Image 4)

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SOLD for CHF3,400.00
Closing..Nov-23, 11:59 PM
7425 image1865/72: 1 r. yellowish-ochre, a fine large margined example used on 1871 mourning cover to Paris tied by "QUITO / FRANCA" cds in red (April 29) paying the internal postage with GUAYAQUIL British P.O. cds (July 9) on reverse. Three line dated "PANAMA / TRANSIT" in black (May 20) and thence via London (June 12) where struck with framed "GB / 1F 90 c." accountancy marking in black. Charged with handstruck '12' décimes due marking upon arrival. One of the finest first issue covers from this correspondence (believed just 12 with various single frankings), originally found at the Granada Exhibition in 1992. Cert. Holcombe (1992), Moorhouse (1992).rnrnProvenance: Collection Bernard Berkinshaw-Smith, Corinphila sale 145, April 2006, lot 3190. (Image 1) (Image 2) (Image 3) (Image 4)

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SOLD for CHF3,200.00
Closing..Nov-23, 11:59 PM
7426 image1872: ½ r. blue, a used example on 1877 cover from Quito to Paris, tied by gros chiffres "3154" in black (formerly of Rixheim, Alsace), with reverse showing British P.O. GUAYAQUIL cds of transit (June 17). Thence via Panama to London (July 12) where struck with "T / 1-70" accountancy handstamp in black and charged with handstruck '23' décimes marking in black. An exceptional use of the second issue on an overseas cover and most attractive. Cert. Holcombe (1992), Moorhouse (1992). (Image 1) (Image 2) (Image 3) (Image 4) (Image 5)

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SOLD for CHF3,800.00
Closing..Nov-23, 11:59 PM
Guatemala
Lot Symbol Lot Description CV or Estimate
7427 image1855: Envelope from Guatemala City to Aurillac, France prepaid to Belize with GUATEMALA datestamp (July 2) alongside "4" (reales) rate mark both in green. Reverse with British P.O. BELIZE cds (July 16), thence via London (Aug 15) with red cds on reverse and struck with "COLONIES / &C. art. 13" in red. Taxed '30' décimes handstruck on arrival (Aug 18). A most attractive and scarce cover. (Image 1) (Image 2) (Image 3)

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CLOSED
Closing..Nov-23, 11:59 PM
7428 image1878: Indian Woman 4 r. violet, a fine example used on 1879 cover to France cancelled by "?" handstamp in black with "CORREOS / GUATEMALA" despatch cds in blue at left (March 1). Prepaid as far as Colon with circular "OUTREMER ANGL. / PARIS" in blue where '12' décimes charge mark applied in deep blue. A very rare issue on letter. Cert. Moorhouse (2010). (Image 1) (Image 2) (Image 3) (Image 4)

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SOLD for CHF1,300.00
Closing..Nov-23, 11:59 PM
Haiti
Lot Symbol Lot Description CV or Estimate
7429 imageAntilles 1891: Haiti 3 c. grey-lilac and 1892/95 7 c. red, used on cover from Port au Prince to Bordeaux, addressee's name excised, endorsed "via New York"  tied by Port au Prince cds's (June 29) with triangular 'T' mark adjacent as cover found to be double rate. The original franking ignored and taxed at double the deficiency with 1881/92 Van Dyck Postage Due 1 fr. marron (Maury T25) tied on arrival. Rare. (Image 1) (Image 2) (Image 3)

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SOLD for CHF800.00
Closing..Nov-23, 11:59 PM
7430 imageAntilles 1896: Haiti 2 c. red-brown, five examples including a strip of three, used on 1897 cover to Bordeaux endorsed "par S.S. Prins Willem IV, via New York", with triangular "T" mark in black below. Found to be double weight, original franking ignored and taxed at double deficiency with Postage Due 50 c. lilac-brown in an interpanneau pair (Jan 10, 1898); together with an entirely underpaid 1891 single rate cover sent stampless to Paris from Port au Prince (June 1) taxed on arrival with 10 c. black (2) and 30 c. black on arrival (June 17). Minor imperfections but a scarce pair. (Image 1)



SOLD for CHF320.00
Closing..Nov-23, 11:59 PM
7431 image1899: Haiti 5 c. pale blue in a vertical pair used on 1900 cover to Paris endorsed "por S.S. St. Simon", tied by 'Gonaives' despatch cds's (June 9) with triangular "T" marking adjacent in black. Letter found to be double rate, annotated "2/25 c." and original franking ignored and taxed 1 franc on arrival with Postage Due 1893 50 c. lilac-brown (2) cancelled in black. (Image 1) (Image 2) (Image 3)

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SOLD for CHF200.00
Closing..Nov-23, 11:59 PM
Mexico
Lot Symbol Lot Description CV or Estimate
7432 image1856: Tampico District 1 r. yellow, two fine examples used on 1857 cover from Tampico to Bordeaux, tied by circular "FRANCO EN / TAMPICO DE TAMALAUPAIS" handstamp in black (Schatzkes fig. 1585). Reverse with British P.O. TAMPICO datestamp (May 2) in red, thence via RMSP "Solent" to St. Thomas and "Panama" to Southampton. Struck in London with "GB / 1F 60c." accountancy marking and charged at double rate with handstruck '16' décimes due mark on arrival File fold at top but a rare cover. Signed Todd AIEP. (Image 1) (Image 2) (Image 3) (Image 4)

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SOLD for CHF750.00
Closing..Nov-23, 11:59 PM
7433 image1856: Mexico District 2 r. green, a fine example, touched at base but with portion of adjoining stamp at top, used on 1 April 1857 entire letter from Mexico to Mauzé, France endorsed "voie d'Angleterre" tied by "ADMON GRAL / DE / CORREOS" handstamp in black (Schatzkes fig. 817) paying the internal rate. British P.O. VERA CRUZ cds on reverse (April 4) in black and London transit in red (May 2) where "GB / 1F 60c." accountancy marking applied. Originally rated '8' décimes due on arrival in black (for a single letter under 7½ grams), altered to '12' décimes due possibly erroneously by a clerk believing the adhesive to be American. An unusual, attractive and rare entire. Cert. Mepsi (2021). (Image 1) (Image 2) (Image 3) (Image 4)

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SOLD for CHF500.00
Closing..Nov-23, 11:59 PM
7434 image1856: Mexico District 2 r. green, a fine example, touched, used on 1 September 1857 entire letter from Mexico to Mauzé, France endorsed "par voie d'Angleterre" tied by "FRANCO / MEXICO" handstamp in black (Schatzkes fig. 821) paying the internal rate. British P.O. VERA CRUZ cds on reverse (Sept 4) in black and London transit in red (Oct 1) where "GB / 1F 60c." accountancy marking applied. Charged with handstruck '8' décimes due marking in black. A fine and scarce entire. Cert. Mepsi (2021). (Image 1) (Image 2) (Image 3) (Image 4)

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CLOSED
Closing..Nov-23, 11:59 PM
7435 image1856: Mexico District 4 r. red, a very fine example used on reverse of 1858 entire letter to Agen, France tied by "FRANCO / MEXICO" datestamp (Nov 2) in black (Schatzkes fig. 821) paying the internal rate per Extraordinario. British P.O. VERA CRUZ cds on reverse (Nov 4), carried to St. Thomas on the RMSP "Clyde" and to Southampton on the "Panama", thence via London (Dec 2) where "GB / 1F 60c." accountancy marking applied. Charged with handstruck '8' décimes due marking in black. Slight edge wear but a rare entire that opens well for Exhibit display. Signed Todd AIEP. (Image 1) (Image 2) (Image 3)

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CLOSED
Closing..Nov-23, 11:59 PM
7436 image1861: Mexico District 2 r. black on pink, an attractive horizontal strip of three used on 1864 cover to Paris all tied by "FRANCO / MEXICO" datestamps (Schatzkes fig. 821) in black paying the Extraordinario internal rate to Vera Cruz. Carried by French ship with fine "MEXICO" Consular octagonal cachet (April 14) in blue at left (Salles fig. 1361) and carried on the "Floride". Taxed '16' décimes in manuscript for a double rate letter on arrival (May 12). A rare franking of superb appearance. Signed Todd AIEP. Cert. RPSL (2001). (Image 1) (Image 2) (Image 3) (Image 4)

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SOLD for CHF700.00
Closing..Nov-23, 11:59 PM
7437 image1861: Mexico District 4 r. dull rose on yellow, a very fine example used on 27 November 1863 cover from Mexico to Paris, France tied by "FRANCO / MEXICO" handstamp in black (Schatzkes fig. 821) paying the internal double rate. British P.O. VERA CRUZ cds on reverse (Dec 3) in black and London transit in red (Dec 31) where "GB / 1F 60c." accountancy marking applied. Manuscript at left '16' oz. weight and charged with handstruck '24' décimes due marking in black for triple rate (above 15 grams). Some minor edge wear but a fine and very scarce entire: the 4 reales is a rare stamp on letters used to overseas destinations. Signed Todd AIEP. (Image 1) (Image 2) (Image 3)

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CLOSED
Closing..Nov-23, 11:59 PM
7438 image1864/66: Mexico District Fifth period Eagle ½ r. grey and 4 r. green (105-1866), used on 19 June 1866 cover from Mexico City to Paris, tied by "FRANCO / MEXICO" cds (June 19) in black. Mailed via American Packet with '38' (cents) credit handstamp in black and reverse with "NEW-YORK / AM. PKT." cds (July 7). Struck on entry with octagonal "ET-UNIS SERV. AM / HAVRE" in red (July 21) and charged '24' décimes handstruck in black to pay equivalent to a triple rate. File fold above the adhesives but an extraordinary and very rare cover. Signed Todd AIEP.rnrnNote: June 19, 1866 - the day the Emperor Maximilian was shot by firing squad at Queretaro.rnrn  (Image 1) (Image 2) (Image 3) (Image 4)

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SOLD for CHF1,900.00
Closing..Nov-23, 11:59 PM
7439 image1864/66: Guanajuato District, Fourth period Eagle 2 r. orange, 101-1865 sub consignment 47, used on 1865 cover from Leon to Itxassou, France cancelled by circular 'whirl' handstamp of Leon (Schatzkes fig. 502) with "LEON / FRANCO" despatch cds (Aug 19) above. Mailed via St. Thomas and London (Sept 28) with "GB / 1F. 60c." accountancy marking in black and charged '8' décimes handstruck for single rate.  (Image 1) (Image 2) (Image 3)

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

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