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Lot Symbol Catalog No. Descrip Opening
10060 Michel 7II, 8II imageNetherlands. 1872 (March 30). Cover from Utrecht to New York, franked at single rate with 1867-70 5c (defective in lower right corner) and 10c pair, both type II, tied by dotted "107" lozenges with matching cds below, red "New York/Paid All" cds at top right, carried by N.G.L. "Bremen".(Image 1) (Image 2)

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Get Market Data for [United States 7II, 8II]

Estimate. US$'s 150 - 250

CLOSED
Closing..Oct-13, 09:34 AM
10061 Michel 8, 10 imageNorway. 1867 (April 28). Envelope from Christiana to St. Louis, paying the 28sk single Hapag rate (equivalent to 25 cents) with 1863-67 4sk and 24sk, tied by neat "Christiana" cds on dispatch, red crayon "6 1/2" Sgr (15c) for German and foreign carriage plus Norwegian (7c) and Danish (3c) transit fees making up the rate, routed via Sandosund with backstamp to Denmark with "32" sk at lower left for Danish transit onwards to Kiel and Hamburg, where it was put aboard Hapag "Sassonia" with red "HAMBURG/PACKET/PAID/3" cds denoting the U.S. credit of 3 cents; a scarce transatlantic mail; only two covers known with this franking and only four in total sent to the USA showing this rate according to the Nk Postal 2012 catalogue; cert. Aune (2012).(Image 1) (Image 2)

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Get Market Data for [United States 8, 10]

Estimate. US$'s 1,200 - 2,000

SOLD for $ 1,400.00
Closing..Oct-13, 09:34 AM
10062 Michel 30 imagePortugal. 1871 (March 8). Envelope from Lisbon to Philadelphia, paying the 160 reis rate to disembarkation port, with 1867 80r pair (one short perf. at lower right), tied by "1" numeral hs, matching "Lisboa" cds at left, alongside "5" arrival charge, red Liverpool transit and "2" pence accountancy marking indicating the British share for transatlantic carriage, conveyed by the PSNC "Nemesis" to Liverpool and the Cunard "Java" to New York; a delightful and rare cover.(Image 1) (Image 2)

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Get Market Data for [United States 30]

Estimate. US$'s 350 - 600

SOLD for $ 440.00
Closing..Oct-13, 09:35 AM
10063 Michel 34 imageRomania. 1873 (?) (May 21). Cover from Jassy to New York, carried at 85 bani rate with 1872 25b perf. 12 1/2, irregular block of three, with 10b stamp missing, routed via Austria to Germany where it was struck with red "Franco" straight line and "30x" blue crayon, carried by the Hapag "Hammonia II", red "Paid All" New York cds also tying the franking; an extremely rare transatlantic mail from Romania in this period -another cover from the same correspondence was described as "a unique and extraordinary transatlantic usage..." as part of the "Cornelia" collection and it was offered at CHF20'000 in 2007-.(Image 1) (Image 2)

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Get Market Data for [United States 34]

Estimate. US$'s 2,500 - 4,000

SOLD for $ 3,600.00
Closing..Oct-13, 09:35 AM
10064 Michel 18x, 19x, 21x imageRussia. 1869 (Dec 9). Cover from St. Petersburg to New York, franked by 1866-75 1k, 3k, 10k and 20k on horizontally laid paper, tied by dispatch cds's, "Aus Russland/Franco" red cds of Aachen, "f7" red crayon cancelled in blue and amended into "wf5", and red New York cds alongside, embarked on the Cunard SS "Java" at Queenstown; a rare four-colour franking to pay the single rate per Prussian closed mail.(Image 1) (Image 2)

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Get Market Data for [United States 18x, 19x, 21x]

Estimate. US$'s 250 - 400

SOLD for $ 600.00
Closing..Oct-13, 09:36 AM
10065 Michel 20x, 23x imageRussia. 1874 (Nov 9). Registered cover from Yevpatoria, Ukraine, to Philadelphia, bearing 1866 5k and two examples of 30k, each tied by dispatch cds, initially forwarded via Odessa, where it received the cds at top right, showing ms notation on reverse denoting that it had to send back following the railway line n. 47 of Zhmerika-Volochisk (instead of continuing its journey by ship); back in Yevpatoria it was redirected to Volochisk on 21 November, with corresponding cds dated 26 Nov. at base on front, then carried via Prussia with "Recommandiert" framed hs and blue crayon debited sgr fee to Hamburg, being placed on board the Hapag "Westphalia", New York red transit on obverse, small cover edge tear at right; an outstanding cover for its rarity as probably the only known pre-UPU registered mail originating from Ukraine, the scarce franking including two 30 kopeks and the interesting postal route; cert. Mikulski (1997) and Vaccari (2015); ex Paolo Bianchi.(Image 1) (Image 2)

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Get Market Data for [United States 20x, 23x]

Estimate. US$'s 2,000 - 3,000

SOLD for $ 2,000.00
Closing..Oct-13, 09:37 AM
10066 Edifil 73, Mi. 66 imageSpain. 1865 (Jan 7). Envelope from Cadiz to New York, with 1865 2r imperforate strip of four, very close to large margins, tied by "3" circular numerals, despatch cds, London transit and "PD" hs, reverse with Madrid 9th Jan cds, and New York 21st Jan arrival, strip with small tear at left; attractive and early usage of this stamp one week after was issued ( Jan 1).(Image 1) (Image 2)

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Get Market Data for [United States Edifil 73, Mi. 66]

Estimate. US$'s 250 - 400

SOLD for $ 320.00
Closing..Oct-13, 10:03 AM
10067 Edifil 73 imageSpain. 1865 (Jan 19). Single rate envelope from Santa Cruz de Tenerife (Canary Islands) to Boston via Madrid (backstamp) and France, franked by 1865 2r, two examples with clear to large margins (one stamp with margin reduced at upper right) paying to disembarkation port, tied by "rueda de carreta" 42, matching cds below, red "London/Paid" transit and Boston arrival exchange cds alongside (showing 21c for the British open mail rate), embarked on the Allan Line "St. David" at Liverpool.(Image 1) (Image 2)

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Get Market Data for [United States Edifil 73]

Estimate. US$'s 150 - 250

SOLD for $ 380.00
Closing..Oct-13, 10:03 AM
10068   imageSweden. 1854 (May). Envelope to Boston, paying the 1 rigdaler 6 skilling banco rate, routed via "Ystad" and "Stralsund" with ds on reverse along with blue "f13" crayon indicating that all transit fees beyond Prussia (13sgr, equal to 30c) had been paid, "AUS SCHWEDEN" hs, red "Aachen" cds, "Americ/Packet" semi-circle on reverse, "PAID/25 cents" hs noting fully paid and 25c to the USA, carried via Ostende and London to Southampton and put aboard American Ocean Line "Hermann", arriving in New York with cds for the fully paid 30c rate, minor cover imperfections; a rare pre-philatelic cover from Sweden to the USA (no Swedish pre-philatelic cover to the US was included in the Richard Winter collection).(Image 1) (Image 2)

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Estimate. US$'s 250 - 400

CLOSED
Closing..Oct-13, 10:03 AM
10069 Facit 9d3, 11g - Mic imageSweden. 1872 (May 29). Envelope with contents from Uggelbo to Altona, franked by 1858-72 12o and 30o, tied by dispatch cds's, carried at single rate via Hamburg with corresponding ds on back, where it received the notation "3 2/12" sgr for Swedish and Danish fees, red "Franco" straight-line and, also tying the 12o, framed "1 2/3 W.F." (unrecorded by Van der Linden, who nevertheless records a similar framed type featuring the 2 3/4 rate), the Hapag "Hammonia II" being involved in its carriage; cert. Obermüller Wilén (2006); (Facit SEK 22'000).(Image 1) (Image 2)

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Get Market Data for [United States Facit 9d3, 11g - Mic]

Estimate. US$'s 600 - 1,000

CLOSED
Closing..Oct-13, 10:04 AM
10070 SBK 24D, 26C imageSwitzerland. 1860 (April 2). Single weight envelope from Basel to the small community of Femme Osage, MI, franked according to the British mail route with Bern Printing 40r (2) and 15r, cut a bit into places, tied by dispatch cds's, ms "3" credited to France, "21" cents due marking, red French transit and octagonal ds on arrival alongside, conveyed by the Allan Line "North America"; cert. Berra-Gautschy (1995).(Image 1) (Image 2) (Image 3)

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Get Market Data for [United States SBK 24D, 26C]

Estimate. US$'s 250 - 400

SOLD for $ 280.00
Closing..Oct-13, 10:04 AM

Barbados

Incoming Mail
Lot Symbol Catalog No. Descrip Opening
10071 S.G. 60 imageGreat Britain. 1855 (Sept 2). Envelope via USA to Barbados, paying 6d rate with 1847-54 6d Embossed, just cut into, tied by "Plymouth" sideways duplex, via London to Southampton and put aboard RMSPC "Tyne", disembarked at St. Thomas and transferred to the "Derwent" with Barbadoes SP 21 arrival, fine; a rare destination with very few Embossed issue frankings to the Caribbean known according to Peter McCann's census published in the GB Journal 2020 no.3.(Image 1) (Image 2)

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Get Market Data for [Barbados S.G. 60]

Estimate. US$'s 250 - 400

SOLD for $ 420.00
Closing..Oct-13, 10:05 AM

British Honduras

Incoming Mail
Lot Symbol Catalog No. Descrip Opening
10072 S. G. 101 imageGreat Britain. 1866 (Feb 15). Wrapper from Scotland to Belize with 1865-67 1s pl.4 tied by Glasgow "159" duplex, with "1d" accountancy hs adjacent, carried aboard RMSPC SS "Tasmanian" to St. Thomas and then by SS "Eider" to Jamaica arriving in Belize AP 12 66, missing sideflaps as is common for this correspondence; a scarce destination.(Image 1) (Image 2)

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Estimate. US$'s 150 - 250

CLOSED
Closing..Oct-13, 10:05 AM

Costa Rica

Incoming Mail
Lot Symbol Catalog No. Descrip Opening
10073 Y&T 57, 57 imageFrance. 1873 (Dec 6). Lettersheet from Le Havre to San Jose, with two 1872 10c and a 1873 80c, neatly tied by "6311" dotted lozenges, paying 1F for carriage by German packet and endorsed "Par steamer Hohenzollern", routed via London to Southampton and put aboard German Lloyd SS "Hohenzollern" on its maiden voyage, transferring the cover at Colon, crossing the Isthmus and dispatched via Panama to Puntarenas Port in Costa Rica by Central America Steam Ship Co., insignificant cover tear at left; a very fine and attractive maiden voyage cover, and a very rare routing via German Lloyd to Costa Rica (not recorded in the Maury catalogue).(Image 1) (Image 2)

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Get Market Data for [Costa Rica 57, 57]

Estimate. US$'s 300 - 500

SOLD for $ 480.00
Closing..Oct-13, 10:05 AM

Cuba

Incoming Mail
Lot Symbol Catalog No. Descrip Opening
10074 Y&T 32, 38 imageFrance. 1872 (Jan 18). Envelope from Santiago de Cuba to Bordeaux, France, with 1867 80c pair and 1870 40c, very neatly tied by anchor dotted lozenges, with French octagonal despatch ds alongside, placed onboard French Line B SS "Nouveau Monde" to St. Nazaire with "LIGNE B / PAQ. R. No 1" maritime cds on reverse, Bordeaux arrival; very fine and rare in this quality; signed Calves; ex Borromeo D'Adda.(Image 1) (Image 2)

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Estimate. US$'s 250 - 450

CLOSED
Closing..Oct-13, 10:06 AM

Netherlands

Netherlands Colonies
Lot Symbol Catalog No. Descrip Opening
10075 Y&T 32 imageCuracao » Incoming Mail. France. 1871 (Aug 14). Cover from Paris to Curaçao, Dutch Antilles, with 1867 80c pair and single paying the double rate, tied by "4" dotted star cancel, sent via Calais with transit backstamp, then from Southampton onboard RMSPC SS "Tagus" to St. Thomas and thence to Curacao with clear arrival datestamp below the stamps; a rare double rate cover to this destination; signed Baudot.(Image 1) (Image 2)

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Get Market Data for [Netherlands 32]

Estimate. US$'s 200 - 300

CLOSED
Closing..Oct-13, 10:06 AM
10076 Michel 1b, 5 + Pruss imageGerman States - North German Confederation. 1868 (Jan 13). Envelope from Hamburg to Curacao with Prussia 10sgr in combination with NDP 1/4gr and two 2gr all tied by blue Hamburg double circle ds, paying the 12 1/4gr single rate, carried to London with "1/2" accountancy marking and "12 1/2 / CENTS" hs (not recorded by Van de Linden or Tabeart), then from Southampton on board RMSPC "Atrato" to St. Thomas and thence by non-contract ship to Curaçao with red arrival ds on front; 1/4gr with small corner crease mentioned for accuracy, otherwise in exceptional condition in particular the Prussia 10sgr which is only rarely found in this perfect condition; a very early usage of the first NDP issue on the 13th day of sale and certainly one of the finest of the few known covers to Curaçao; cert. Flemming (2004). Note: No contract line called at Curaçao until the extension of the French line "L" in October 1869.(Image 1) (Image 2)

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Get Market Data for [Netherlands 1b, 5 + Pruss]

Estimate. US$'s 1,200 - 2,400

SOLD for $ 3,400.00
Closing..Oct-13, 10:06 AM
10077 S.G. 117 imageGreat Britain. 1870 (Sep 1). Cover from Manchester to Curaçao, with 1867-80 1s green pl.4 paying single rate, tied by Manchester "498" duplex, taken to Southampton and put onboard the RMSPC SS "Seine", with "12 1/2 CENTS" accountancy hs (unrecorded in Van der Linden and the Tabeart handbook), arrival cds on front, very fine; a rare accountancy marking and an unusual destination for GB mail.(Image 1) (Image 2)

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Get Market Data for [Netherlands S.G. 117]

Estimate. US$'s 250 - 400

CLOSED
Closing..Oct-13, 10:07 AM

Danish West Indies

Danish West Indies
Lot Symbol Catalog No. Descrip Opening
10078 Michel 12A, 13A, 15A imageDenmark. 1869 (Mar 8). Cover from Copenhagen to St. Thomas, Danish West Indies, with 1864-70 3sk, 4sk and strip of three 16sk tied by "1" concentric circle cancel, paying 55sk rate by British packet (equivalent to 1s4d), carried via Prussia with "Franco" hs at lower left, London transit with "1s" in red crayon for carriage from Southampton onboard RMSPC SS "Atrato", with St. Thomas MR 31 69 arrival on reverse, the 3sk and 4sk with defects and slight horiz. filing across stamps; a rare franking, rated R2 by Karsten Jensen (26-100 covers known); cert. Nielsen (2004).(Image 1) (Image 2)

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Get Market Data for [Danish West Indies 12A, 13A, 15A]

Estimate. US$'s 200 - 300

CLOSED
Closing..Oct-13, 10:07 AM
British Post
Lot Symbol Catalog No. Descrip Opening
10079 S. G. Z30 image1875 (Jun 14). Envelope to England with GB 1873-80 1s pl.10 tied by St. Thomas "C51" duplex, sent via RMSPC "Tagus" arriving in London 28 JU, reverse with commercial paper seal, missing small portion of backflap, very fine.(Image 1) (Image 2)

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Get Market Data for [Danish West Indies S. G. Z30]

Estimate. US$'s 200 - 300

SOLD for $ 460.00
Closing..Oct-13, 10:07 AM

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