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Costa Rica continued...
Lot Symbol Lot Description CV or Estimate
848 image1941 (June 9): Airmail Boundary Treaty 15 c. on 20 c. deep blue, an unused example, variety "Surcharge Inverted", slightly browned large part og. Sanabria 72b. (Image 1) (Image 2)

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Currently...CHF 100.00
Closing..May-30, 11:59 PM
849 image1944 (Jan 19): San Ramón Airmail, American Banknote Company Die Proofs (9), engraved on India paper adhered to cards (91 x 78 mm.) for six values: 10 c. orange, 15 c. carmine-lake, 40 c. bright ultramarine, 45 c. deep rose-lilac, 60 c. turquoise-green,1 col. brown, 1 col. 40 c. grey, 5 col. violet and 10 col. black; each with file numbers above. Fresh and very fine, a scarce full set. (Image 1)



Currently...CHF 500.00
Closing..May-30, 11:59 PM
850 image1944 (Jan 19): San Ramón Airmail, American Banknote Company Master Die Proofs (7), engraved without Duty Plates or file numbers on India paper adhered to cards (91 x 78 mm.) in five different colours: carmine-lake, bright ultramarine, deep rose-lilac, turquoise-green, brown, grey and violet (as utilised for 15 c., 40 c., 45 c., 60 c., 1 col., 1 col. 40 c. and 5 col. values). Fresh and very fine, a scarce group. (Image 1)



Currently...CHF 500.00
Closing..May-30, 11:59 PM
851 image1934: Official Airmail 50 c., American Banknote Company Die Proof in India paper inset in large card (228 x 152 mm.), in issued colour of grey-black with Official overprint in carmine-red, imprint at base and file number 72587 at top. Trivial aging, scarce. (Image 1)



Currently...CHF 120.00
Closing..May-30, 11:59 PM
852 image1930/46: Airmail collection incl. 1930 First Flight cover to Switzerland, 1930/32 issues with varieties, 1931 scarce 'Habiltado' set of three unused, 1932 40 c. green witth inverted and double opt. varieties and vertical pair with upper stamp "Overprint Omitted" variety, 1934 set of 16 unused with security punch-holes, "Specimen" set and Official "Specimen" set; 1938 Air set imperf. with punch-holes, Dec 1940 airmail set of nine unused, 1944 Proofs (2) of the overprint in pairs, Essays with '1944' overprint in two sizes on unused pairs, 1945 set of 13 in unused blocks of four, 1945 issue with Proofs of the overprint (2), the set in multiples and range of Inverted Overrprint varieties, 1946 Pan-American Congress set unused (214 items + a range of 17 covers). (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)

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Currently...CHF 400.00
Closing..May-30, 11:59 PM
853 image1850c./1936: Collection pre-stamp "Guanacaste" framed handstamp, 1863 1 p. orange in an imperf. block of four, 1892 imperforate set of ten Colour Trials, 1907 50 c. in imperf. pair, 1928 Revenue set of twelve optd. "Specimen" in red, 1936 Cocos set in imperf. pairs unused, 1934 and 1936 Official Postal seals in perf. and imperforate unused multiples; together with a copy of "Costa Rica Postal Catalogue" (2014) by Hector Mena, a useful lot (117 items and 8 covers). (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)

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Currently...CHF 300.00
Closing..May-30, 11:59 PM
Cuba
Lot Symbol Lot Description CV or Estimate
854 imageColonial 1807 (Nov 23): Entire letter from Cartagena to New York, endorsed at lower left 'p. Three Friends via Baltimore', with circular 'BALTE. MD.' datestamp of transit (Jan 19, 1808) in red at left. Rated '1½ oz' at top and '1.02' charge in manuscript. A scarce and attractive entire. (Image 1) (Image 2)

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Currently...CHF 100.00
Closing..May-30, 11:59 PM
855 image1813 & 1818: Entire letters (2), both to Vera Cruz with earlier entire endorsed "Correo Dercubidor" and struck with "3" rate mark and "INDIAS" straight line in bright red, and 1818 entire endorsed "Gta. Vircaina" similarly rated "3" reales in red, struck with "ISLAS DE / BARLOVENTO" in black. (Image 1)



Currently...CHF 150.00
Closing..May-30, 11:59 PM
856 image1823 (Dec. 31): Entire lettersheet from L. Dutoque & Cie. in Santiago de Cuba with red two line handstamp 'Colonies / par Le Havre' to the in the Slave Trade well known Agency 'Herbert' (& Sallier) in Nantes, France, with interesting content concernig 420 'boucauds' (Slaves). Even as the slave trade ceased in other parts of the Atlantic, the Cuban slave trade continued on until 1867. The ownership of human beings as chattel slavery remained legal in Cuba until 1880. (Image 1) (Image 2)

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Currently...CHF 200.00
Closing..May-30, 11:59 PM
857 image1825 (Feb. 7): Entire lettersheet from Martin Knight in Havanna, Cuba with black two line handstamp 'Colonies / par Nantes' to the in the Slave Trade well known Agency 'Herbert' (& Sallier) in Nantes, France, with interesting content: "Nous n'avons pas eu beaucoup d'arrivages en Mules qui se vendent façilement entres $220à 400". 'Mules' is the pseudonym for Slaves. In 1807, both Britain and the United States (1808) banned the Atlantic slave trade. Unlike in the rest of the Americas, the 19th century European-descended Cuban elite did not form an anti-colonial movement. (Image 1) (Image 2)

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Currently...CHF 200.00
Closing..May-30, 11:59 PM
858 image1842/43: Covers (2) from Havana to London with 1842 cover showing oval "FORWARDED BY / COLLOMB & ISER / NEW YORK" with framed "Liverpool / Ship" of transit (Aug 29) and rated "1/4d." due; 1843 cover endorsed "per Caledonia" with weak oval "HARNDEN & Co. / BOSTON" and fine oval "FORWARDED BY / MEYER & STUCKEN / NEW YORK" in red, charged "1/-" due on receipt (June 14). (Image 1)



Currently...CHF 120.00
Closing..May-30, 11:59 PM
Ecuador
Lot Symbol Lot Description CV or Estimate
859 image1865: ½ real green on greenish wove paper, a fresh and fine Plate Proof on ungummed paper with large margins all round, slight hinge thin at top not affecting the appearance. A scarce and most interesting Proof in the issued colour of the 1 real. It is stated that the issue was designed by Emilia Rivadeneira who copies the Greek Large Hermes Heads for her design. This Plate Proof matched very closely the Large Hermes 5 lepta value both in colour and the shade of the paper - indeed the three original stamps are in the shades utilised for the 5, 10 and 20 lepta values. (Image 1) (Image 2)

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Currently...CHF 250.00
Closing..May-30, 11:59 PM
860 image1872: 1 r. yellow on quadrille paper, a vertical strip of seven with large margins all round with fifth stamp just touched at left, but with seventh stamp showing the embossed "Arms of Ecuador" security seal (unlisted by Scott on this stamp); cancelled by seven strikes of the "Ambato" datestamp (June 20) in black. A few trivial imperfections but a rare and attractive multiple. (Image 1) (Image 2) (Image 3)

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Currently...CHF 250.00
Closing..May-30, 11:59 PM
861 image1872: 1 r. ochre-yellow on quadrille paper, the irregular used block of eleven, positions 73-78/83-87, with good to large margins all round and portion of adjoining stamp at top right, in combination with faulty 1871/72 ½ r. blue on surface blued paper, tied to judicial wrapper from Riobamba. A superb and rare multiple - the largest used block of the 1 r. quadrille paper recorded on cover. Certs. Raybaudi (2002), Moorhouse (2011).rnProvenance: Collection Fiorenzo Longhi, Investphila, Oct 2007, lot 366.rn (Image 1) (Image 2) (Image 3) (Image 4)

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Currently...CHF 1,300.00
Closing..May-30, 11:59 PM
862 imageFirst Printing Group 1865: ½ real ultramarine on slightly greyish paper, a used example with three huge margins and close at top right, thinned but clearly cancelled "Quito / Franca" datestamp "6 / ENERO / 65" - the sixth day of proposed issue and the second day of actual issue. Rare.rnNote: The earliest recorded date of use for the Ecuador first issue is 4th January 1865 on a ½ real used in Quito and also on a 1 r. orange-yellow. The 1st January 1865 was a Sunday and it is probable the stamps were delivered to Post Offices on the the following day and actually issued on the 3rd or 4th of January; certainly this last date marked the first shipment of adhesives to Guayaquil. (Image 1) (Image 2)

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Currently...CHF 130.00
Closing..May-30, 11:59 PM
863 imageFirst Printing Group 1865 (Jan 1): ½ real bright ultramarine on greyish wove paper, fine impression, a single example position 3 with dent in frame above "RR" of Correos at top, used on 1865 cover to Guanujo with manuscript weight "1 oz." at top, cancelled by bold strike of hexagonal framed AMBATO handstamp in black. Dated on reverse in manuscript "Ambato Marrzo 30 de 1865". A fine and scarce early usage. (Image 1)



Currently...CHF 850.00
Closing..May-30, 11:59 PM
864 image1865: ½ r. ultramarine on greyish paper, a used block of four of fine impression, barely grazed at top otherwise with large margins all round, used on 1866 entire letter to Lima cancelled by "Guayaquil" datestamp (Dec 3) in black. One stamp with tiny wormhole otherwise of wonderful appearance and an extremely rare early usage of a block on letter. Cert. Moorhouse (2014).rnProvenance: Collection Alfred H. Caspary, Harmers, New York, June 1958, lot 998; Collection 'Crown Point', Corinphila sale 131, Oct 2001, lot 6689; Collection Dr. Hugo Goeggel, Corinphila sale 191, Nov 2014, lot 799. (Image 1) (Image 2) (Image 3) (Image 4)

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Currently...CHF 1,800.00
Closing..May-30, 11:59 PM
865 imageFirst Printing Group 1865: ½ real bright ultramarine on greyish wove paper with slight surface blueing, fine impression, the extraordinary cover showing the largest known franking of the Medio Real with 35 stamps prepaying the parcel rate for 35 ounces at 17½ reales: a marginal single from left of sheet, a corner marginal pair (positions 83-84) from lower right of sheet, a horizontal strip of ten (positions 39-48) and showing sheet marginal line at right, a further horizontal strip of ten (positions 51-60) and showing sheet marginal line at right and a magnificent full horizontal strip of twelve showing the marginal rule vertically at both sides (positions 61-72). All stamps with large margins all round and cancelled in manuscript at Alausi and used to Riobamba on February 2, 1865. A wonderful and extremely rare franking in the second month of use and without doubt the most important franking of the Medio Real. Unique.rnProvenance: Collection E. M. de Bustamante, Afinsa, Madrid, May 1996, lot 18. (Image 1) (Image 2)

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Currently...CHF 13,500.00
Closing..May-30, 11:59 PM
866 imageSecond Printing Group 1865/67: ½ real blue, an unused vertical pair, marginal from top left of sheet, position 1/13, with framelines at left and at top; upper stamp with embossed "Republica del Ecuador" Coat of Arms security seal, impression clear but somewhat mottled between the pair otherwise fresh and fine, unused without gum. Extremely scarce and attractive. Cert. Moorhouse (2012) Scott = unpriced unused / used = $ 1'000. (Image 1) (Image 2) (Image 3)

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Currently...CHF 250.00
Closing..May-30, 11:59 PM
867 imageThird Printing Group 1867/70: ½ real blue on thin greyish wove paper, a used example with large margins all round and sheet marginal at left, tied to folded cover and large part back to Ambato rated just over ½ an ounce and treated as a package rather than a letter, tied by circular "Cartwheel" handstamp in black with corresponding circular "PELILEO / M. C." circular handstamp in black with first 'L' inverted (in use, if seldom seen, from 1867-68). Rare and attractive usage. Cert. Moorhouse (2003). (Image 1) (Image 2) (Image 3)

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Currently...CHF 450.00
Closing..May-30, 11:59 PM

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