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Lot Symbol Lot Description CV or Estimate
1724 imageÖsterr. Hotel und Bergpoststellen 1892/1951: Spezialsammlung 37 Karten von versch. Hotel und Bergpoststellen, die nur jeweils im Sommer (Juni - Sept.) geöffnet waren, dabei saubere Abstp. wie "HOTEL KARERSEE", Karte von Gomagoi (1905), "AMMERWALD / POST-HOTEL", "VAJOTLETHÜTTE", vier Karten (1901/12) gest. "Hotel Sulden", zwei Karten gest. "San Martino di Castrozza", weiter versch. Karten vom "Hotel Defregger Hof", "FRANZ SCHLÜTTERHÜTTE Sektion Dresden" ab Vilnos, eingeschriebene Karte von "Schneckoppe" nach Berlin, dazu Karten und Abstp. von "Tre Croci", "Kesselfall - Alpenhaus", "Kahlenberg" (11), "Wien Kobenzl" Hotel sowie Hotelmarken 'Moserboden' mit zwei Verwendungen jeweils auf Karte. Ein interessantes Angebot. Ex Sammlung Keith Tranmer. (Image 1) (Image 2) (Image 3) (Image 4) (Image 5) (Image 6) (Image 7) (Image 8) (Image 9) (Image 10) (Image 11) (Image 12) (Image 13) (Image 14) (Image 15)

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Currently...CHF 200.00
Closing..May-31, 11:59 PM
1725 image1860/2000: Lot einige Hundert Briefe, Karten und Ganzsachen, letztere gebr. und ungebr., teils doppelt oder mehrfach, dabei Bedarfspost mit Übersse-Destinationen, FDC's, Sonderstempel, Ballonpostbelege, Frankaturen aus der INFLA-Zeit, Buntfrankaturen der Versandstelle und anderes mehr, dazu eine schöne Zusammenstellung mit Automatenmarken von versch. Ausgaben, postfr., gest. oder auf Beleg, gute bis gemischte Erhaltung und sauber arrangiert in total 13 Alben. (Image 1) (Image 2) (Image 3) (Image 4) (Image 5) (Image 6) (Image 7) (Image 8) (Image 9) (Image 10) (Image 11) (Image 12)

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Currently...CHF 400.00
Closing..May-31, 11:59 PM
1726 image1884-1940 Ansichtskarten: Lot 180 Ansichtskarten oder illustrierte Ganzsachen gest./ungest., dabei Intern. Musik u. Theater Ausstellung Wien 1892/94, Vorarlberger Jahrhundertfeier 1909, zehn Karten der Nationalen Wertzeicheausstellung Wien Secession 1911, 5 H. Ganzsache des XIV.Deutschen Philatelisten Tag Wien 1902 sowie zehn handgemalte Karten. (Image 1) (Image 2) (Image 3) (Image 4) (Image 5) (Image 6) (Image 7) (Image 8) (Image 9) (Image 10) (Image 11) (Image 12) (Image 13) (Image 14) (Image 15) (Image 16) (Image 17) (Image 18) (Image 19) (Image 20) (Image 21)

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Currently...CHF 500.00
Closing..May-31, 11:59 PM
1727 image1867/84: Interessantes Lot 19 Briefe, alle ins Ausland gerichtet, die Qualität wie zu erwarten etwas unterschiedlich, dabei neun Briefe im 15 Kr. - Porto resp 30 Kr. - Doppelporto nach Italien, vier mit Mischfrankaturen 1864 Wappen und 1867 Franz-Joseph, zwei Ganzsachenumschläge, einer mit Kombination 1867 je zweimal 3 Kr. und 5 Kr., um einen Kreuzer überfrankiert, einmal eingeschrieben, auch zwei Briefe mit vorderseitiger Dreifarbenfrankatur 1870 2 Kr. gelb (2), 3 Kr. grün (2) und 5 Kr. rot auf ungültiger Ganzsache 1864 10 so. blau und 2 Kr. & 3 Kr. & 5 Kr. (2); Schweiz zwei Briefe mit Ganzsache 5 Kr. mit Viererstreifen 5 Kr. entw. "Let. arrte per mare" resp. eingeschrieben mit total sieben Werten der 5 Kr. von Pola nach Davos; zwei Briefe nach Frankreich mit 1872 Ganzsache 5 Kr. mit 5 Kr. & 15 Kr. resp. doppelgewichtiges Einschreiben, komplett gegen die Regel vorderseitig frankiert mit Paar 3 Kr., sechs Werte 5 Kr., 10 Kr. & 25 Kr.; Grossbritannien 1873 Vorderseite 3 Kr. - Ganzsache nach London mit Zusatzfrankatur 2 Kr., 5 Kr. und 15 Kr.; Deutschland eingeschriebene Ganzsache 1884 in Mischfrankatur mit 1867 paar 5 Kr.; Gibraltar 110 Kr. - Frankatur mit 5 Kr. (8) and 10 Kr. (7), zwei 5 Kr.- Werte abgefallen auf Vierfachportobrief; Osmanisches Reich 1876 Dreifarbenfrankatur im feinen Druck zur Begleichung des 10 Kr. - UPU-Portos, versandt von Ragusa über Kustendje an den Kapitän eines Lloyd-Dampfers in Konstantinopel; Brasilien 1881 40 Kr. - Vierfarbenfrankatur Gablonz nach Rio de Janeiro, Doppelporto im Tarif von 1879 für überseeische Mitglieder der UPU; und Neuseeland Ganzsache 5 Kr. mit Zusatzfrankatur 5 Kr. (3) und 10 Kr. von Spindelmühle nach Upperhutt bei Wellington, Porto an ein Nicht-Mitglied der UPU. Weiterhin zwei Briefstücke, ein Befund und drei Atteste. (Image 1) (Image 2) (Image 3) (Image 4) (Image 5) (Image 6) (Image 7) (Image 8) (Image 9) (Image 10) (Image 11) (Image 12) (Image 13) (Image 14) (Image 15) (Image 16) (Image 17) (Image 18) (Image 19) (Image 20) (Image 21) (Image 22)

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Currently...CHF 3,000.00
Closing..May-31, 11:59 PM
1740 imageWar of the Austrian Succession 1744 (June 12): Cover from a member of the Austrian Forces in the Netherlands addressed to his Excellency the Count of Konisegg in Brussels, struck with fine strike of circular "AA" (Armêe Autrichienne) handstamp in brownish-black ink. The addressee was the Commander of the Austrian contingent within the Allied forces and fought at the Batlle of Fontenay. The handstamps "AA" was, like the British handstamp "AB", supplied by the Thurn & Taxis Post who handled the Military mail for both Austria and Great Britain. Fully intact red wax seal of sender on reverse of a fine and rare cover. Ex collection Keith Tranmer. (Image 1) (Image 2)

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Currently...CHF 500.00
Closing..May-31, 11:59 PM
1741 imageNapoleonic Wars 1814 (Feb 25): Entire letter with printed heading "Governo Austro Britanno - Napoletano" (Austro-British Military Government in Italy) mailed from Mercatino to Forli via Cesena (with framed transit handstamp in black); struck on despatch with oval framed "GOVEo. MILITE. AUSTRO-BRITANICO / AB" cachet in black with Forli arrival (M;arch 4) on reverse. The contents are a response to an order for provisions for the Neapolitan Army HQ to feed troops in the area, with reference to unrest and possible uprisings unless General Nugent is willing to lessen the burden. A magnificent and very rare entire, the first this describer has recorded and very possibly unique. Ex collections Frederick Patka, Keith Tranmer.rnNote: Lieutenant General Graf Laval Nugent von Westmeath (1777-1862) was the Irish born commander of the 1813 campaign against Viceroy Eugène de Beauharnais, separating French units in Dalmatia and simultaneously joining the English fleet, thus conquering Croatia, Istria and the Po valley. (Image 1) (Image 2) (Image 3)

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Currently...CHF 1,000.00
Closing..May-31, 11:59 PM
1742 imageField Post Office in Naples 1823 (Sept 30): Entire letter from a Colonel Ertmann of the 4th. Regiment in Naples, mailed back to Vienna and struck with fine oval "K. K. / HAUT FELDPOST / AMT." handstamp in black (Müller 1952a = 510 pts.). The Colonel writes requesting funds on behalf of Corporal Franz Leicht of this Vienna regiment. Regimental wafer seal on reverse. Tiny acid ink fault at top but very scarce. (Image 1) (Image 2)

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Currently...CHF 175.00
Closing..May-31, 11:59 PM
1743 imageAustrian Forces in Naples 1826 (May 27): Entire letter from a Colonel Rudl of the Kaiser Alexander Infantry Regiment No. 2, mailed from Naples to Hohenreipersdorf, struck with framed "K. .K. FELDPOSTAMT / in ITALIEN" handstamp in black (Müller 1952b = 420 pts.). Rare. (Image 1) (Image 2)

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Currently...CHF 250.00
Closing..May-31, 11:59 PM
1744 imageGerman Federal Fortess of Mainz 1832/47: Covers (4) from the Field Post in Mainz all being Military correspondence, with three showing scarce oval "K. K. Ö. M. P. / Mainz" handstamps, two struck in black (Müller 1953b = 560 pts.) and one in red (Müller = 850 pts.) and 1847 receipted cover from a memmber of the 35th Infantry to Bischofteinitz with two line dated "Mainz / 1 APR." italic handstamp in black (Müller 1953c = 750 pts.). A scarce group, ex collection Keith Tranmer.rnrnNote: The Austrians occupied the Fortress by request from the confederation of German States. (Image 1) (Image 2) (Image 3) (Image 4)

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Currently...CHF 250.00
Closing..May-31, 11:59 PM
1745 imageThe Siege of Venice 1848/49: Collection on leaves with Nov 1848 cover to Brescia signed by General Julius von Haynau, covers all from ex Austrian Navy ships and most re-named by the 'Insurgents', incl. ship "Medusa", May 1848 cover from ship "Prama Mongibello", cover from 'Insurgent' Piroga "Euridice", cover to 'Insurgent' ship "Pio Nino" (formerly the Austrian "Marianna"), July 1849 cover to 'Insurgent' ship "S. Marco" with Lion of Venice Republican cachet, May 1849 cover from the "Peniche Palma" to Commander Alberoni with Lion cachet, May 1849 letter to the Insurgent's vessel "Indipendza" and further items, the collection then exhibiting covers from outside Venice with cover from Chioggia with datestamp in green mailed into Venice through the blockade, covers with oval "Comando Militare" cachets, Jan 1849 cover with "Forte Marghera" cachet - the fort was later blown up, Oct 1848 cover from Alberoni to the Brig. S. Marco etc. Well written up on leaves with illustrations etc. of the protagonists. An extraordinary group from this short-lived revolutionary Republic (35 covers). Ex collection Keith Tranmer.rnrnNote: The Year of Revolutions - the Naval commander of the Arsenal in Venice (von Marinovich) was murdered in March 1848 and thereafter the Austrians proceeded to move their ships to Triest. From March 27 the Austrian Navy beseiged the Port until 22 May 1848 when a large Sardinian fleet lifted the blockade. However the Austrian fleet returned on 15 September 1848 and Venice was beseiged and bombarded until Cholera broke out and the Ciry eventually fell on 28 Aug 1849 to Marshall Radetzky. (Image 1) (Image 2) (Image 3) (Image 4) (Image 5) (Image 6) (Image 7) (Image 8) (Image 9) (Image 10) (Image 11) (Image 12) (Image 13) (Image 14) (Image 15) (Image 16) (Image 17) (Image 18) (Image 19) (Image 20) (Image 21) (Image 22) (Image 23) (Image 24) (Image 25) (Image 26) (Image 27) (Image 28) (Image 29) (Image 30) (Image 31) (Image 32) (Image 33) (Image 34) (Image 35) (Image 36) (Image 37)

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Currently...CHF 750.00
Closing..May-31, 11:59 PM
1747 imageOccupation of Italy 1850 (April 14). Military cover from a member of the 1st. Infantry Regiment in Florence (Firenze) to Bistritz in Mähren (Moravia) struck with fine strike of straight line "F. POST. II" of Field Post Office No. 2 (Müller fig. 1955b = 300 pts.) in black. Rare. Ex collection Keith Tranmer. (Image 1) (Image 2)

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Currently...CHF 250.00
Closing..May-31, 11:59 PM
1748 imageOccupation of Italy 1851 (Aug 31). Printed Military entire letter sent registered from Headquarters in Verona (seal of Graf Kinsky Regiment on reverse) mailed as a "Retour Recipisse" struck with "PER CONSEGNA" in black and internally receipted in Livorno on 4th September and with datestamp on obverse of same; fine strike of straight line "F. POST. II" of Field Post Office No. 2 (Müller fig. 1955b = 300 pts.) in black on reverse alongside Verona re-arrival (Sept 7). Rare. Ex collection Keith Tranmer. (Image 1) (Image 2)

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Currently...CHF 300.00
Closing..May-31, 11:59 PM
1750 imageWar against France & Piedmont 1858: 15 kr. blue, Type II, a slightly toned used example tied to small piece by fine strike of "FELDPOST No. 5" cds of the 2nd. Army, struck in black. Rare. (Image 1) (Image 2)

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Currently...CHF 175.00
Closing..May-31, 11:59 PM
1751 imageWar against France & Piedmont 1858: 5 kr. red and 15 kr. brown, Type II, tied to 1859 cover to Mantua, Lomabrdy endorsed "über Wien und Triest" by "Carlsbad" cds's (Aug 20), adhesives overlapping top of envelope, addressed to Colonel Count van Wimpffen of the Kulolz Infantry Regiment (31st Baon). Reverse with Prag transit (Aug 21) and Mantova arrival cds. An unusual cover mailed two months after the Battle of Solferino and a month after the Treaty of Villafranca. Ex collection Keith Tranmer. (Image 1) (Image 2)

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Currently...CHF 200.00
Closing..May-31, 11:59 PM
1752 imageWar against Denmark / Second Schleswig War 1863: Austria 10 kr. blue and 15 kr. brown, perf. 14, single examples each cancelled by "K. K. FELDPOST / No. 1" circular datestamps (5 April and 25 March respectively) in black, and a rare cover to Pest with 1863/64 15 kr. brown, perf. 9½, tied by "K. K. FELDPOST / No. 1" datestamp (Oct 2) with RECOM handstamp at right, the adhesive with '16' manuscript at top left - presumably the registration number: at this date the F.P.O. was near Kolding in Denmark. Reverse with 10 kreuzer adhesive removed, part 'Pest' arival (Oct 5) and one flap missing but nevertheless rare. Ex collection Keith Tranmer. (Image 1)

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Currently...CHF 400.00
Closing..May-31, 11:59 PM
1753 imageSecond Schleswig War with Denmark - Austrian Navy 1864 (Oct 5): Cover from Cuxhaven endorsed "pr. Consular Agentur" addressed to "K.K. Kriegs Commissariat, an bord S.M. Linienschiff Kaiser" (on board Battleship Kaiser) in Port at Cuxhaven, struck on reverse with Crowned Eagle oval cachet "K.K. CONSULAR AGENTUR / CUXHAVEN" in blue. At Prussia's request, the Danish Navy blockaded Hamburg. A rare surviving cover from this Campaign. (Image 1) (Image 2)

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Currently...CHF 500.00
Closing..May-31, 11:59 PM
1754 imageWar against Denmark / Second Schleswig War 1864: Cover endorsed "K. K. Feldpost" and "Kolding" (Denmark) at top, mailed to Vienna at concessionary free rate (for soldiers under the rank of Sergeant Major), struck with superb "K. K. FELDPOST / No. 1" circular datestamp (Oct 18) in black. Reverse with manuscript notation of a Lieutenant Wimpffen of the 27th "Linien" Infantry Regiment, full Crowned red wax seal and Vienna arrival datestamp in black (Oct 21). A rare and most appealing cover. (Image 1) (Image 2)

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Currently...CHF 500.00
Closing..May-31, 11:59 PM
1755 imageAustro - Prussian War 1866: 10 kr. blue, perf. 9½, a used example with a few clipped perforations, cancelled by bold strike of "K. K. FELDPOST / EXPOS No. 9" circular datestamp (Aug 4) in black, the Field Post Office being based in Zwittau, Moravia. Rare: the War began on June 14, 1866 and ended Aug 23, 1866. Ex collection Keith Tranmer. (Image 1) (Image 2)

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Currently...CHF 150.00
Closing..May-31, 11:59 PM
1756 imageAustro - Prussian War 1866: Cover mailed from Gräfin Chotek to her husband serving in the 8th. Army Corps, Ulaner Regiment Carl (Ludwig) No. 3 at Brünn, endorsed "Nordarmee", struck with circular "Kuttenberg / Kutna Horá" cds (June 20) in black. Reverse with fair only "K. K. FELDPOSTAMT No. 2B" circular datestamp of receipt. (Image 1) (Image 2)

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Currently...CHF 150.00
Closing..May-31, 11:59 PM
1757 imageAustro - Prussian War 1866: Envelope endorsed from the Commanding Officer of the 53rd. Infantry Regiment Archduke Leopold (Oberst. Dahlen) near Sadowa to his wife in Vienna, struck with fair strike of circular "K. K. FELDPOST / No. 1A" Field Post Office datestamp in black (June 23). Reverse with Vienna arrival cds (June 26). Ex collection Keith Tranmer. (Image 1) (Image 2)

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Currently...CHF 200.00
Closing..May-31, 11:59 PM

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