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3675 imageCombination Usage with Colombia, 1892: 10 c. orange, overlapping a Colombia 1892 20 c. brown on blue, used on cover sent to Paris, dated 20 November 1894, probably sent from a Pacific coast town, with Panama transit alongside, French packet octagonal in blue to front November 1894 (the day unclear possibly 30), a further Panama transit to reverse, 10 c. has small corner bend and the 20 c. has trimmed perfs. at base, small fault centrally to envelope which has been repaired although does not detract, rare. Fewer than four mixed franking covers reported during this period. rnNote: It appears that the 20 c. stamp was ignored by the postal clerk and who added the 10 c. which was not necessary as Colombia stamps were valid in the Panama Isthmus.rnProvenance: Ex Jairo Londoño de Tamayo Collection. (Image 1) (Image 2)

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CLOSED
Closing..Jun-03, 11:59 PM
3676 image1892: 20 c. blue, used on disinfected cover, from Panama to San Juan, Puerto Rico, dated 9 October 1902, tied by Panama duplex in blue, with very fine strike of the rare 'Disinfected' straight-line sanitary handstamp, to reverse San Juan recieved dated 21 October 1902, reduced at left and top right corner cut, some discolouration to envelope, nonetheless a scarce example. Only 'Disinfected' mark know during this period. (Image 1) (Image 2)

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SOLD for CHF300.00
Closing..Jun-03, 11:59 PM
3677 imageUsage on registered cover, 1892: 20 c. blue, with Colombia 1894 5 c. vermilion AR stamp (H2), two singles, with surcharged 1902 20 c. on 10 c. deep-red registration stamp, used on registered cover, from Colón to New York, dated 4 December 1902, tied by Colón duplex, on reverse a New York registered oval in red dated 9 December, closed tears side and base, horizontal filing crease ironed out and pin holes to envelope have been filled, otherwise fine, a rare configuration of two AR stamps. One of two covers with double 5 c. reported.rnProvenance: Ex Jim Cross Collection (Image 1) (Image 2)

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SOLD for CHF280.00
Closing..Jun-03, 11:59 PM
3678 image1892: 20 c. violet, used in combination with Colombia 1902 10 c. blue 'AR' (H3) and 20 c. red-brown on blue registration stamp (F13), on registered cover, from Panama to California, USA, dated August 1903, 20 c. tied by faint Panama duplex in black, the 'AR' tied by a red large circular Panama datestamp, endorsed 'Via New York', to reverse a New York registered oval in black dated 11 August 1903, a fine cover with typed address, rare. One of four covers with Colombia H3 'AR' used in Panama.rnProvenance: Ex Jim Cross Collection (Image 1) (Image 2)

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SOLD for CHF550.00
Closing..Jun-03, 11:59 PM
3679 image1892: 20 c. blue, horizontal pair, used on registered cover with Colombia 1889 10 c. brown on rose-buff (F11), vertical pair, from Colón to Brighton, England, dated 20 May 1902, tied by Colón datestamp in purple, New York Exchange registered label alongside, to the reverse a New York foreign oval dated 27 May 1902, closed opening tears across top left, perfs. trimmed at top of 20 c. pair, soiled, nonetheless has eye appeal, rare cover. Only two examples with pair of registration stamps recorded. (Image 1) (Image 2)

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Closing..Jun-03, 11:59 PM
3680 imageCombination with 'AR', 1892: 20 c. blue, handstamped with 'R/COLON' in purple, indicating use as registration stamp, with horizontal pair Colombia 1894 5 c. vermilion 'AR' handstamped 'A.R./COLON/COLOMBIA' in blue and to the reverse horizontal pair 1892 20 c. blue, used on registered cover, Colón to San Francisco, dated 15 July 1902, cancelled by Colón datestamp in black to front and purple to back, arrival to back dated 28 July 1902, AR stamp perfs. trimmed top and right side, pinned top left and soiled, otherwise fine, rare. Only recorded cover showing 20 c. postage used as registration stamp after the rate was increased to 20 c. (Image 1)



SOLD for CHF300.00
Closing..Jun-03, 11:59 PM
3681 imageCombination with 'Retardo' (Late Fee), 1892: 20 c. violet, in combination with Colombia 1902 5 c. violet on brown-rose, 'Retardo' (I4), used on cover, from Panama to London, dated 13 October 1903, tied by Panama duplex in black, to reverse New York transit dated 20 October and London hooded circle arrival in black dated 28 October 1903, a fine example, scarce Panama and Colombia late fee combination. (Image 1) (Image 2)

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SOLD for CHF320.00
Closing..Jun-03, 11:59 PM
3682 image1892: 20 c. violet, in combination with Colombia 1902 5 c. violet on brown-rose, 'Retardo' (I4), used on cover, from Panama to New York, dated 5 November 1902, tied by Panama duplex in black, endorsed 'Per S.S. Finance', cachet at base 'The American Trade Devlelopment Company', to reverse a New York arrival datestamp 5 November 1902,  a fine example, scarce combination. (Image 1) (Image 2)

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SOLD for CHF360.00
Closing..Jun-03, 11:59 PM
3683 image1892: 20 c. violet, horizontal pair, used in combination with Colombia 1892 2½ c. blue on pink, 'Retardo' (I3), on cover from Panama to New York, dated 2 June 1902, tied by Panama duplex in black, commercial cachet at base 'The American Trade Development Company' in violet, to reverse a New York arrival 10 June 1902, a fine example, scarce franking. The late fee had risen to 5 c. in March 1902. Additionally, comes with a 1903 cover franked with pair 20 c. violet sent from Panama to Bordeaux; both covers mounted on an album page together. Most attractive. (Image 1)

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SOLD for CHF250.00
Closing..Jun-03, 11:59 PM
3684 image1892: Selection of four covers each with 20 c. blue frankings, including 1902 British consular mail 'On His Britannic Majesty's Service' envelope franked with three 20 c. (pair & single), sent at the triple rate from Panama to Brighton, England, endorsed 'Per R.M.S. "Atrato" 30.5.1902', most attractive cover. Also,1903 cover to San Francisco sent at the triple rate 60 c. and franked with a pair and single 20 c.; and two covers franked at the single rate 20 c. one to Chicago and one to Paris; a mostly fine group (4), scarce. (Image 1) (Image 2)

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Closing..Jun-03, 11:59 PM
3685 image1892: 10 c. orange and 50 c. bister-brown, used on registered cover with 1902 surcharged 20 c. on 10 c. red registration stamp, from Panama to Wimbledon, England, dated 3 May 1902, endorsed 'Via New York', New York Exchange registered label, London registered oval in black alongside dated 22 May 1902, to the back a New York transit dated 13 May and a London registered in red dated 22 May; scarce 50 c. on registered cover used in combination with surcharged registration stamp. (Image 1) (Image 2)

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SOLD for CHF300.00
Closing..Jun-03, 11:59 PM
3686 image1892: French Canal Zone, 10 c. orange, 20 c. violet, 50 c. brown and 1 p. lake, block of five, used in combination with Colombia 10 c. brown on rose registration stamp, on large commercial envelope 'Compagnie Nouvelle du Canal de Panama', from Panama to Paris, France, dated 3 February 1898, tied by Panama duplex in black, endorsed 'Via New York', New York Exchange registered label, to the reverse New York transit dated 12 February and Paris arrival 22 February, cover has vertical filing crease well clear of stamps, damage to corners of envelope, wrinkling as would be expected with such large mailings, stamp remarkably fine all with vibrant colour and fresh, extremely rare cover. Largest known franking of the second Map issue; one of five covers known with 1 p. value. The block of five being the largest multiple used on cover. One of three covers franked with the 50 c. Excellent item. Exhibition piece. (Image 1) (Image 2)

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SOLD for CHF4,000.00
Closing..Jun-03, 11:59 PM
3687 image1888: 50 c. brown, used in combination with 1892 1 c. green, 2 c. rose vertical pair, 5 c. blue, 10 c. orange, 20 c. violet, 1 p. lake and Colombia 1888 10 c. brown on rose brown registration stamp (F11) and 1894 5 c. vermilion 'AR' handstamped 'A.R. / COLON / COLOMBIA' in black, on registered cover, from Colón to Hamburg, Germany, dated 12 November 1897, endorsed 'Via New York', tied by Colón datestamp, a New York Exchange registered label overlapping 5 c. and 20 c., to reverse New York transit dated 22 November and Hamburg arrival 1 December 1897, two small tears to base, fault to envelope at side of 2 c., some creasing below and affecting 1 p., small strip of tape to a tear to flap, otherwise fine, very rare. 1 p. on cover is rare especially so with the 1888 50 c. and AR/Colón issues. (Image 1) (Image 2)

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SOLD for CHF500.00
Closing..Jun-03, 11:59 PM
3688 image1892: 1 p. lake, used on large registered cover with Colombia 1920 20 c. red on blue registration stamp (F13), from Panama to London, dated 30 April 1903, New York Exchange label overlapping registration stamp, tied by Panama duplex in purple, with two faint London registered ovals alongside, one in red and one black dated 18 May 1903, to the reverse a New York foreign oval datestamp 8 May 1903, a very fine example of the 1 peso single franking, rare. One of five examples recorded. (Image 1) (Image 2)

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Closing..Jun-03, 11:59 PM
3689 image1892: 1 c. green, 2 c. rose, 5 c. blue, 10 c. orange, 20 c. violet, 50 c. bister-brown, 1 p. lake (complete set) used on cover with 1898 10 c. black on light-blue registration stamp, from Panama to Lyon, France, dated 3 April 1900, tied by Panama duplex, with New York Exchange registered label, endorsed 'Via New York', to reverse New York registered dated 12 April 1900 in black and Lyon arrival dated 23 April, opening tear top left at front, 10 c. overhangs slightly with a couple of dulled perfs, very scarce complete set of 1892/96 issue on cover. One of five example with 1 peso with just one of three with 50 c. (Image 1) (Image 2)

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SOLD for CHF500.00
Closing..Jun-03, 11:59 PM
3690 image1892: 5 c.  blue single, 5 c. blue 'AR' Provisional red handstamp, vertical pair of 20 c. violet and 1 p. lake, used on a registered coarse linen front (cut from package wrapping) with 1901 provisional 10 c. red registration stamp, from Panama to New York, dated 16 December 1901, faint blue crayon '18c' to top left presumably postage due on arrival, 1 p. bottom perfs trimmed, otherwise a fine and intriguing cover front, rare. One of five non philatelic uses of the 1 peso on cover. rnNote: The linen cover is one of two almost identical items mailed to the same address on the same day. Both have a 5 c. with 'AR' cancel and both have the provisional registration stamp. (Image 1) (Image 2)

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SOLD for CHF200.00
Closing..Jun-03, 11:59 PM
3691 image1893/98: Group of nine covers all with frankings from the 1892 Map of Panama issue, majority with mixed combinations and rates, four originate from Colón, one from Guayaquil, Ecuador; good range of destinations including; St. Thomas (Danish Antilles), Scotland, Switzerland, England, USA and France; two examples are three colour frankings; noted British consular official envelope sent to stamp dealer in Brighton; a 1900 cover franked with single 10 c. orange with 'Paquebot' handstamp to front; also cover with 'Jamaica / Transit' mark; condition is mixed in parts although some fine, scarce assembly (9). Additionally, an album page with unused blocks and singles of the Second Map issue 1 c. to 1p. (Image 1) (Image 2) (Image 3) (Image 4) (Image 5) (Image 6)

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SOLD for CHF200.00
Closing..Jun-03, 11:59 PM
3692 image1900/03: Group of nine covers and cards, comprising eight franked with 1892 5 c. blue and one with 10 c. orange, all to overseas destinations, including postal stationery cards; destinations include; Guadeloupe (via Barbados), Biella, Italy; Prague, Czechoslovakia; Havana, Cuba; Lima, Peru and Hamburg, Germany; also cover from Panama to Budapest (10c. orange); a reduced cover to Anapoima, Columbia (rare) and cover to Bogotà; condition varies, includes fine to very fine, an interesting and scarce selection. (Image 1) (Image 2) (Image 3) (Image 4) (Image 5)

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CLOSED
Closing..Jun-03, 11:59 PM
3693 image1892/1903: Assembly of nine covers, all originating from Bocas del Toro, including, registered cover to Kingston, Jamaica, franked with 10 c. orange and 10 c. black registration stamp (F3); 1892 50 c. brown bisect on 1902 cover to New York (only known 1892 50 c. bisect cover); a United Fruit Co. envelope franked with 10 c. orange (fault) sent to St Louis, USA the stamp tied by very fine steamship cancel in violet 'S/S Mount Vernon.'; U.S. Consul Agency envelope (embossed) franked with pair of 5 c. blue; also among others, an attractive 1895 cover with five colour franking, 1 c., 2 c., 5 c., 10 c. and 20 c. (set at the time), condition is mixed in places, a scarce group (9). (Image 1) (Image 2) (Image 3) (Image 4) (Image 5)

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SOLD for CHF550.00
Closing..Jun-03, 11:59 PM
3694 image1892/1903: Group of six postage due covers, five with USA stamps of which four are in combination with Panama postage, includes three covers sent to Bocas del Toro which have 1892 stamps paying the postage due, one of which is franked with seven USA Washington 2 c. and a Panama 5 c. (fault); also a commercial advertising envelope franked with USA Washington 2 c. carmine and Panama 5 c. blue and 20 c. violet tied by purple Bocas datestamp; 1899 Colón to Chicago unfranked with two strikes of the 'T/COLON' circle in purple and comes on an album page with six stamp values each with a 'T/COLON' handstamp; 1892 envelope sent from Ecuador to Panama unfranked with 5 c. and 10 c. paying postage due; condition varies, a scarce and valuable selection (5 covers & 6 stamps). (Image 1) (Image 2) (Image 3) (Image 4) (Image 5)

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SOLD for CHF600.00
Closing..Jun-03, 11:59 PM

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