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Lot 51 - United States: 2013 "Non-Inverted Jenny" Error Sheet . 2013, $2.00 red & blue Inverted Jenny souvenir sheet, Non-Inverted Variety,. self-adhesive pane of six, exceptionally fresh, with selvage illustrations depicting the National Postal Museum, pioneer aviator Reuben H. Fleet, and a route map of the first regular air mail service, the reverse of sheet with history of the Inverted Jenny, identifying this as being the middle of a pane of six, accompanied by souvenir sheet of six showing the $2.00 ....Est. US$40,000-50,000 Sold for US$ 45,000

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Spink USA Sale - 177

The Philatelic Collector's Series Sale - January 26, 2022

Welcome to the Winter Collector's Series Sale, highlighting a selection of quality worldwide stamps and postal history. Collectors of United States will find a pleasing offering featuring the rare 2013 "Non-Inverted Jenny" error sheet, and important aviation postal history and ephemera, including documents signed by Amelia Earhart and Charles Lindbergh. This aviation theme carries on throughout a range of countries, with particular highlights in Canadian semi-officials and German Zeppelin postal history. Collectors of Canada & British North America have the opportunity to acquire a desirable and fine unused example of the iconic 1851 12d Black, as well as a rare and newly-recorded 3d red Beaver bisect cover. Strong British Commonwealth, important Nepal, and in-depth stamp and cover lots & collections round out this diverse offering. We look forward to your participation!


  • Lot 40: United States: 1901 Pan-American Issue . 1c Pan-American, center inverted,. unused without gum, good color on fresh paper, trivial perf crease at lower right, not detracting from the appearance of this iconic and visually-striking stamp, fine; with 1975 P.F. certificate. (Sc. 294a, $12,500 as original gum). Unused
  • Lot 164: Canada. 1851 (14 June) 12d. black on laid paper, good to large margins well clear of the outer frameline, lovely intense colour, unused without gum, insignificant crease in margin at lower right corner mentioned for accuracy but a really fine example of this major Pence issue rarity of Canada and a much sort after classic of the British Empire. B.P.A. Certificate (2011). S.G. 4, £200,000. Photo
  • Lot 192: Canada - Semi Official Airmails . 1918, Aero Club of Canada, without numerals of value,. tied to registered cover by green AEROPLANE flight cachet, in conjunction with 5c Admiral and 2+1c Admiral War Tax (Die II), those tied by Toronto roller cancel, accompanying Toronto c.d.s. (AU 26) and violet "AERIAL MAIL / AUG 26 1918 / TORONTO.CANADA" boxed cachet, to Ottawa, with same-day c.d.s. arrival backstamp, a scarce cover with only twenty six examples carried, this being particularly desirable as one of the few with the semi-official on the front, attractive and very fine. (Unitrade CLP1, CA$5,000+). Cover
  • Lot 296: Germany - Pioneer & Semi-Official Air Post . 1912, Bork-Bruck semi-official airmail,. with 3pf Germania (perfin) affixed to centre, tied by "Bruck 5.13.12" c.d.s., to Berlin, with violet flight cachet at bottom, two horizontal filing folds clear of stamp, else very fine, with clear 1999 Sieger certificate; (Mi. 1A, CAT €3,000). . . On February 18, 1912, a private postal flight was carried out between Bork and Bruck. This idea was conceived in 1910 by an engineer in Bork, Hans Grade, who established an aircraft workshop and flying school. An ex-pupil, Hermann Pentz, flew a mail sack containing approximately 400 covers - the first cover being addressed to Kaiser Wilhelm II. The flight caused some consternation, as Pentz only obtained his pilot’s license two days after the flight. . R<>A SCARCE COVER IN LOVELY QUALITY. Cover
Sale venue: Spink USA, 145 W. 57th St., 18th Floor, New York, NY 10019, USA

Session Information
Session 1: 26 January 2022 Lot Numbers 1 - 596 Time 10:00 EST

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