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3755 image1904: Fourth Panama Provisionals, substantial collection presented upon over twenty exhibition pages, organised as a study of each value from 1 c. to 1 p., illustrating varieties of overprint, comprising stamps, predominately unused although a number of used, with blocks and multiples and covers, including seven registered, noted scarcer frankings, postmarks such as; Canal Zone (Acon), boxed 'Tarde/Colon' in violet and Bocas del Toro time dial oval; also interesting combinations of use with 'AR' stamps and registration stamps and labels, four printed advertising envelopes, a Cablegram sent registered, an excellently researched and written-up accumulation, condition varies although mostly fine, many rare. (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)

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3756 image1903: First Colón Provisionals, 1 c. green, strip of three and four singles affixed to front and strip of three attached to reverse of cover, from Colón to London, dated 16 November 1903, tied to front by Colón duplex cancel in violet, 'T/Colon' circular tax mark in violet and partial 'JAMA/TRANS' (Jamaica transit mark) in black alongside, a postage due handstamp applied on arrival in London 'SD/1/3/F.B.' also in black, to the reverse the strip of three cancelled by 'A01' horizontal oval of the British Post Office in Kingston, Jamaica, a 'BUZON/COLON' framed rectangular in purple, also a Kingston Jamaica transit dated 19 November and London arrival dated 10 December 1903, flap has 'The Royal Mail Steam Packet Company' logo printed in blue, middle stamp of the strip of three has fault, some soiling, otherwise fine. Earliest known date of the First Colón Provisionals; one of two covers recorded on 16 November, both of which are offered in this sale; rare example underpaid to England. rnProvenance: Ex Dr James Helme Collection. (Image 1) (Image 2) (Image 3)

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Closing..Jun-03, 11:59 PM
3757 image1902: First Colón Provisionals, 2 c. black postal stationery card, uprated with 1 c. green and 2 c. rose, the 'REPUBLICA DE / PANAMA' violet overprint applied three times, one to the 2 c. value, once across both stamps and an additional impression to the card (indicating the overprint was applied at the time of posting), sent from Colón to Württemberg, Germany, dated 17 November 1903 (correspondent date 16 Nov.), card cancelled by faint cds in black the location which is indistinct (probably a transit cancel), the postage tied by Colón duplex in violet, an arrival datestamp to front 'Cannstatt' 4 December 1903; the content mentions "..five American warships in the harbour....are properly guarded..', minor imperfection and small piece of brown paper tape fixed to part of bottom edge which does not detract, very rare mailing. Only recorded example with the overprint applied in this fashion, the second earliest known use of the Colón Provisional. An important and unique item. (Image 1) (Image 2) (Image 3)

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SOLD for CHF500.00
Closing..Jun-03, 11:59 PM
3758 image1903: First Colón Provisionals, 5 c. blue, two singles, used on yellow commercial envelope, from Colón to New York, dated 12 January 1904, tied by a violet duplex, endorsed 'Per Seguranca', an arrival datestamp to the back 19 January 1904, a very fine example, the 'REPUBLICA DE / PANAMA' overprint unusually clear, scarce. Additionally, comes with two covers also franked with pairs of 5 c. blue of the First Colón Provisionals and a postcard franked with a single, an excellent group. (Image 1)

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Closing..Jun-03, 11:59 PM
3759 image1903: First Colón Provisionals, 1 c. green, two singles, 2 c. rose, four singles, with 5 c. blue, two singles, used on cover from Colón to Manchester, England, dated 23 November 1903, tied by Colón duplex in violet, endorsed 'Via New York', to the back a New York transit dated 1 December and a Manchester arrival datestamp 11 December 1903, two vertical filing creases not affecting stamps with the exception of the second 1 c. green which is touched to the lower right side perfs., stamps have minor climatic toning, otherwise a scarce and early example. (Image 1) (Image 2)

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SOLD for CHF150.00
Closing..Jun-03, 11:59 PM
3760 image1903: First Colón Provisionals, 1 c. green, 2 c. rose, horizontal pair, variety 'inverted overprint' to left stamp, with 5 c. blue, used on cover, from Colón to New York, dated 8 December 1903, tied by violet Colón duplex, endorsed 'Per City of Washington', to the reverse the flap with 'Hamburg American Line S. Polack Special Agent Colon & Panama' cachet in violet and a New York arrival datestamp 15 December 1903 in black, horizontal and two vertical creases, one vertical centrally which has split at top, not affecting stamps, further opening tears to back and small part of left side with wrinkling in places, remains very appealing, rare three colour example of the First Colón Provisional and with the variety of overprint. (Image 1) (Image 2)

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3761 image1903: First Colón Provisionals, 1 c. green, 2 c. rose, 5 c. blue, 10 c. orange and 1896 2 c. rose, used with 20 c. red-brown registration stamp with mansucript '3705', on Panama Railroad Company envelope, registered from Colón to Yuma, USA, dated 16 November 1903, tied by Colón duplex cancel in violet-blue, registry number '41548' alongside, to the reverse a New York transit dated 24 November 1904; one of two covers recorded on 16 November which is the earliest known date; rare franking with combination of magenta and violet handstamp and the use of the 1896 2 c. without overprint.  (Image 1) (Image 2)

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3762 image1903: First Colón Provisionals, 1 c. green, vertical pair and two singles, 2 c. rose, two vertical pairs (one marginal side) and horizontal pair, 5 c. blue, 10 c. yellow and 20 c. violet, two singles, used on cover from Colón to San José, Costa Rica, dated 1 December 1903, tied by violet Colon datestamp, a very fine seven fold rate, rare five colour franking with a mix of magenta and violet overprints, especially scarce to Costa Rica.rnProvenance: Ex Dr James Helme Collection. (Image 1) (Image 2)

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3763 image1902: First Colón Provisionals, 1 c. green, 2 c. rose (two singles), 5 c. blue, 10 c. orange, 20 c. violet used in combination with the 1892 50 c. brown, pelure paper, on cover Colon to New York, dated 8 December 1903 tied by violet duplex, to reverse an arrival mark dated 15 December 1903, 50 c. damaged and torn at top right, envelope reduced at left and is stained and soilied, nonetheless an extremely rare cover and combination. The only recorded use of the first Map of Panama pelure paper 50 c. on cover. (Image 1) (Image 2)

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3764 image1903: First Colón Provisionals, small study, comprising four album pages, including six covers of which four are franked with 10 c. yellow, one of which has a vertical pair and one a Panama Railroad Company envelope to Texas, which has been redirected San Antonio and unclaimed with USA 1 c. postage due tied by pen cancel; also a wrapper franked with four 1 c. green singles sent to El Salvador and a small registered cover franked with 1 c., 5 c. and 10 c. the latter which has the 'R/COLON' circular handstamp in violet applied and number '4246' stamped in black. Additionally, eight unused examples covering the six values 1 c. to 1 p. (Scott 101-106) including a block of six 10 c. with perforation variety, a block of four 2 c. rose (the lower left stamp showing the major plate variety no. 5), condition varies, an excellent and rare assembly. (Image 1) (Image 2) (Image 3) (Image 4)

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Closing..Jun-03, 11:59 PM
3765 image1903: Second Colón Provisionals, 1 c. green, vertical pair, 2 c. rose, horizontal pair, 10 c. yellow, in combination with First Colón Provisionals, 5 c. blue, 20 c. violet, 50 c. brown and 1 p. lake, used on a First Day cover front, from Colón to Jamaica, dated 11 December 1903, tied by violet duplex; one of the 1 c. and the 20 c. have faults, otherwise fine and exceptional eye appeal; rare franking. One of just eight letters or fragments recorded of the Second Colón Provisional issue, of which only three use the 50 centavos and 1 peso. An important item.rnProvenance: Ex Dr James Helme Collectionrn  (Image 1) (Image 2)

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SOLD for CHF500.00
Closing..Jun-03, 11:59 PM
3766 image1903: Second Colón Provisionals, 2 c. rose, vertical strip of three, used on a cover, from Colon to New York, dated 15 December 1903, tied by violet duplex, endorsed 'Per Seguranca' and 'Sample', the corners cut to indicate sample rate, arrival to back dated 22 December 1903, the first 2 c. has irregular top and part of sides, small opening fault top and sides which do not detract or affect adhesives, otherwise fine, extremely rare. Only recorded sample rate; one of just eight covers of the Second Colón Provisionals. (Image 1) (Image 2)

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Closing..Jun-03, 11:59 PM
3767 image1903: 2 c. rose, horizontal pair, in combination with 5 c. blue, horizontal pair, both pairs which have the First Colón Provisional overprint on the left stamp and the Second Colón Provisional overprint on the right stamp, used with a 20 c. violet, on cover from Colón to Kingston, Jamaica, dated 13 February 1904, tied by violet duplex cancel, wear, rubs and imperfections to the envelope, some soiling, rare example. One of eight covers with the Second issue and the only example with pairs of both First and Second Colón overprints. Additionally, comes with a cover franked with a pair of 10 c. yellow with the Second Colón Provisional overprint and a cover front franked with three stamps of the Second Colón Provisional overprint with others from the Frirst and Third and three from the third Panama issue; as well as a page of unused stamps, comprising ten examples, 1 c. to 1 p. some with varieties. Rare group. (Image 1) (Image 2)

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Closing..Jun-03, 11:59 PM
3768 image1904: Third Colón Provisional, 10 c. orange, horizontal pair, variety of overprint 'no accent on third 'à' of Panama' on right stamp, used on cover, from Colón to New York, dated 5 January 1905, tied by black datestamp, to the reverse an arrival dated 15 January 1904, envelope has a fault and small tear to right side not affecting stamp, rare example. Earliest known use of the Third Colón issue. (Image 1) (Image 2)

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SOLD for CHF200.00
Closing..Jun-03, 11:59 PM
3769 image1904: Third Colón Provisionals, 20 c. violet and 10 c. on 20 c. red-brown registration stamp, used on registered Chinese cover, from San Andrés Island (Colombia) to San Franscisco via Colón, dated 20 July 1904, tied by Colón duplex in violet, endorsed 'Via New York' and senders 'Jock Tai & Co', two registration handstamps numbers '1152' and '85585' in red and blue respectively, to the reverse a New York transit dated 27 July and a purple arrival dated 1 August 1904, part of flap missing, stained/soiled, very rare origins and scarce use of the registration stamp. (Image 1) (Image 2)

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SOLD for CHF340.00
Closing..Jun-03, 11:59 PM
3770 image1904: Third Colón Provisional, 20 c. violet, 50 c. brown used in combination with Third Panama Provisionals 1 c. green, 2 c. rose, 5 c. blue (with 'A.R./Colon' handstamp), 10 c. orange, 20 c. violet and 1 p. lake (Scott 76, 77, 78, 80, & 82), used on registered cover with 10 c. on 20 c. red-brown registration stamp (manuscript surcharge), from Colón to Hamburg, dated 10 March 1904, tied by crisp duplex in violet, New York Exchange registered label alongside, to the reverse two additional strikes of the Colón duplex, a New York transit and an arrival dated 4 April 1904, minor soiling, very attractive, undoubtedly philatelic although scarce combination of values and issues. (Image 1) (Image 2)

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SOLD for CHF220.00
Closing..Jun-03, 11:59 PM
3771 image1904: Third Colón Provisional, collection of stamps and covers, comprising twelve neatly written-up album pages, illustrating the various values from this issue, the stamps are all unused, including multiples and blocks, several varieties of overprint, also thirteen covers presenting a range of frankings, some with varieties, noted two registered examples, one of which has a 'Colon/A.R.' handstamp on a 5 c. blue; also a 1904 wrapper franked with 2 c. rose which is the only recorded example of this issue; two covers with the boxed 'FUERA de VALIJA / COLÓN.' (Out of Sack), rare. Only two covers recorded of this 'boxed' Out of Sack instructional. A mostly fine selection and a scarce accumulation. (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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Closing..Jun-03, 11:59 PM
3772 image1903: Fourth Colón Provisionals, 1 c. green, horizontal pair, in combination with Third Colón Provisional 5 c. blue (Scott 130) with 'A.R./COLON' (Acknowledgement of Receipt) handstamp in violet, 20 c. red-brown registration stamp (F17), used on registered wrapper front (with part of back also), from Colón to New York, dated 18 May 1904, 1 c. pair tied by Colón duplex in violet, to reverse two New York arrivals dated 26 May 1904, front has central vertical crease which has split at top and bottom, soiled and large part of back missing, no doubt has philatelic origins, however a rare use of the Fourth Colón issue. One of three recorded. This being the only example with a pair of the 1 c. value. Additionally, comes with an album page illustrating the Fourth Colón overprint on unused stamps, including a block of four 1 c. and 20 c. and three singles of the 50 c. (x2 pelure paper) all come with Moorhouse certificates (2016). (Image 1)

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SOLD for CHF360.00
Closing..Jun-03, 11:59 PM
3773 image1903: First Bocas del Toro Provisionals, 1 c. green, used on a picture postcard, from Bocas del Toro to Vieux Fort, St. Lucia (British West Indies), dated April 1904, tied by indistinct double circle in purple, endorsed 'Via New Orleans and Mobile', with Colón flag duplex in purple 28 April 1904 alongside, an arrival 'Castries St. Lucia' 10 May 1904 and a further St Lucia cds of the same date, to the front of the card a Barbados transit cds 7 May 1904, stamp has fault at top, although extremely clear 'R DE PANAMA' overprint in violet, some minor imperfections to card which do not detract, rare. One of eight recorded covers franked with First Bocas del Toro Provisionals. Cert. Alvarez (1998). (Image 1) (Image 2) (Image 3)

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SOLD for CHF300.00
Closing..Jun-03, 11:59 PM
3774 image1903: First Bocas del Toro Provisionals, 1 c. green strip of five, used on cover front, Bocas del Toro to Panama, dated 5 December, tied by double circle datestamp, small tear at base, well clear of stamps, remarkably fresh, very rare example; one of eight covers known, this especially scarce being the basic 5c rate made up of five 1 c. Signed Peter Holcombe.  (Image 1) (Image 2)

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