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Worldwide Stamps & Postal History continued...

Worldwide & Country Stamp Collections continued...
Lot Symbol CatNo. Lot Description CV or Estimate
601 og/nh   imageWorldwide selection of better mint airmail sets & singles, hinged unless otherwise noted, with Finland C1 1930 Zeppelin, Greece 1933 C5-7 Zeppelin set, C21, C38-47, Russia C15-19 (1r with crease), San Marino #C1-9, C11-6 Zeppelin set, Turkey C7 n.h., a fresh and chiefly very fine group. (Scott $1,324) (Image) (image_2) (image_3) (image_4) (image_5) Est. $300-400


Will close during Public Auction
602 og/O   Worldwide small balance of consignment, particularly strong in Greece, with several stock cards of early twentieth century mint, noting #361, 418-20, as well as an interesting group of a dozen or so Hermes heads, including a lovely used 40l strip of three, four 1860s private labels of the Danube Steam Navigation Co., 1891 Tierra del Fuego "local", Turkey, small folder of forgeries on old auction cards or with negative certificates, etc. (image_3) Est. $100-150


Will close during Public Auction
603 og/O   Worldwide stamp hoard, filling a large carton, an eclectic mix of material from French Colonies, the British Commonwealth, and most other corners of the world, noting Upper Volta, Reunion, St Pierre & Miquelon, and Madagascar with 1851 issues, Commonwealth includes Malta, Swaziland, Jamaica, and Zanzibar, also Manchukuo, German States with Bavaria and Saxony, Danzig, WWI Occupation issues, etc, much mounted on Scott pages with others in auction folders from many decades ago, condition ranges from faulty to very fine; a veritable treasure hunt for the intrepid collector. Est. $750-1,000

Currently...$525.00
Will close during Public Auction
604 og/O   Worldwide worthwhile accumulation of country collections, mostly smaller lots, a wide-range of countries of all eras, mostly small dealer or auction lots, note useful Tripolitania, a selection of German Colonies retired APS circuit books, with additional Kiauchau, Cameroon, and Mariana Islands, Germany 1930s/40s mint, with semi-postals, France 1940-56 fresh mint back of the book, near-complete for the period, as well as comprehensive 1960s-1990s never hinged, good French Ivory Coast on pages and prepared-but-not-released APS circuit books, post-independence Dahomey, Chad, Togo, Gabon, Upper Volta, Guinee, fresh group of mint Italy AMG overprints, Italy 1900s/40s comprehensive mint and used on hingeless pages, near-complete King George VI Silver Wedding omnibus issues mint, comprehensive mostly-mint Algeria (1924-58), noting 1-32, 33-67, etc, an interesting reference group of French Colonies forgeries, St. Pierre & Miquelon mint commemorative sets and better airmail issues (note C21-2, C25, C47-9), French Southern Antarctic Territory and French Polynesia valuable mint set accumulation, run of 1930s/40s Madagascar, clean mint Saar (French Administration) collection, valuable nineteenth century Diego Suarez on Scott pages, interesting mint & used Dutch Indies, Curacao & New Guinea, Egypt 1920s/40s mint & used with 166, 168-71, 172-6, 314-16, etc, several small French Colonies collections (in folders as they came from auction in the 1970s), a true worldwide mix, of varying condition as expected, warranting a careful inspection, with great potential for the collector or dealer alike. Est. $3,000-4,000


Will close during Public Auction
605 og/O   Worldwide small country collection lots, appear as acquired from various auction houses and dealers, mint and used, with folders, small albums, etc, note collections of Laos, 1948 Silver Wedding near-complete n.h., French Colonies including Ivory Coast, Diego Suarez, useful Obock and New Caledonia, Commonwealth including Cyprus with good Victorian issues, note 1882-4 12pi, collection of mint France mint semi-postals to 1941, including complete sets, good run of mint King George V Silver Jubilee, Lebanon 1920s-60s used collection, etc, varied condition, chiefly fine. Est. $1,000-1,500


Will close during Public Auction
Worldwide & Country Postal History Collections
Lot Symbol CatNo. Lot Description CV or Estimate
606 c   Argentina postal history accumulation of a few hundred items, particularly strong in stationery, predominantly late nineteenth and early twentieth century, with myriad cards, covers, and wrappers awaiting closer examination, further strength in 1930s/40s airmail covers and WWII censored mail, note an interesting group of a couple dozen circa 1930s revenues on document, typical varied condition, but many fine and useful items. Est. $200-300

Currently...$150.00
Will close during Public Auction
607 c   Asian postal history accumulation, with roughly one hundred pieces of commercial mail, through to the 1990s, though most is mid-twentieth century, a range of countries represented including Japan with early stationery, Philippines, South Korea, Hong Kong, Malaya, the Straits Settlements, Singapore, Indonesia, and more, noting a plethora of airmail rates, registered mail, postal stationery, and more, the more recent material with some topical interest, typical mixed condition for commercial correspondence, a useful lot for a rate study. Est. $200-300


Will close during Public Auction
608 c   Australia & New Zealand cover lot, of over two hundred items, from Victoria to QEII, with Australian States including Tasmania and New South Wales, strongest in WWII-era censored mail, but noting Kangaroo and KGV frankings, registered mail, postage dues, advertising, maiden voyage covers, most commercial mail but includes a selection of early Queen Elizabeth II first day covers, the earlier covers with some condition issues, the balance largely fine. Est. $200-300


Will close during Public Auction
609 c   Austria postal history hoard of approximately 700 items, including postcards, covers, and postal forms, largely pre-1950s commercial mail, nineteenth century including stampless, Franz Josef frankings, and stationery, strong in WWI mail, noting feldpost with military cinderellas, dozens of WWI Austrian Prisoners of War in Russia cards, inflation era frankings, WWII censors, many Costumes frankings commemorative and event cancels, etc, typical varied condition as expected, an excellent group for a military/censorship collector or one looking to study rates. Est. $500-750


Will close during Public Auction
610 c   Baltic region postal history accumulation, strongest in Latvia, though also noting Estonia and Lithuania, many hundreds with particular strength in postcards, noting real photo cards and Russian Imperial Eagle frankings, a couple hundred definitive frankings on postal forms, also registered mail, political propaganda, a few frankings on newspaper, etc,mixed condition, but an excellent group for the postmark enthusiast. Est. $300-400


Will close during Public Auction
611 c   Belgium & Luxembourg postal history accumulation, with many hundreds of covers, predominantly Belgium though note a few Belgian colonial items as well, emphasis on early-mid twentieth century with myriad frankings and postmarks, strength in WWI German Occupation with several dozens of items, as well as WWII censors, also foreign destination mail, advertising, perfins, postage dues, condition varies, a veritable treasure trove for the diligent collector. Est. $400-500


Will close during Public Auction
612 c   Brazil postal history accumulation, of roughly two hundred items, the majority being mid-twentieth century with emphasis on airmail rates and censored covers, a lovely array of frankings, note also a selection of real photo postcards, registered mail, etc, usual wrinkles and small faults for such lots, ideal for further inspection Est. $200-300


Will close during Public Auction
613 c   British Africa postal history accumulation, of approximately a few hundred items, predominantly KGVI to early QEII-era, strongest in South Africa, with mid-twentieth century airmails and WWII censored covers, noting also representation from Botswana, Transvaal, Ghana, Tanzania, Nigeria including an interesting run of town cancels, Kenya Uganda & Tanganyika, Sierra Leone, Somaliland, Orange River Colony, and the Cape of Good Hope, various frankings including common design issues, rates, commemorative covers, railway cancels, postage dues, registered mail, and much more, mixed condition with many fine items, deserving of a close inspection. Est. $300-400


Will close during Public Auction
614 c   British Europe postal history accumulation, of roughly a few hundred items, strong in Malta but also noting Gibraltar, Ireland, and Cyprus, Victorian to QEII though most is early-mid twentieth century, dozens of attractive Maltese postcards depicting various scenes of the island, stationery including one with SPECIMEN overprint, registered and censored mail, and other interesting material including a few stock cards of revenue stamps and an eighteenth century map of Dublin, varied condition, worthwhile lot for the collector or dealer alike. Est. $200-300


Will close during Public Auction
615 c   British South Pacific postal history lot, with approximately 150 covers and postcards, consisting of a large stockbook filled with KGV to QEII, mostly Fiji, noting Silver Jubilee, UPU Anniversary, King George VI Coronation, and 1946 Peace Issue first day covers, paquebot mail, first flights including several BOAC and first Trans-Pacific flights, as well as a balance of unsorted including Tonga with multiple Tin Can mail covers, Western Samoa, Seychelles, Niue, Papua, Nauru, Cook Islands, Gilbert & Ellice Islands, Penrhyn, Solomon Islands, etc, mixed condition. Est. $200-300

Currently...$150.00
Will close during Public Auction
616 c   Bulgaria postal history group, with approximately eighty covers and postal stationery cards, 1880s through to 1960s, with the majority being turn-of-the-century stationery, some illustrated, noting in addition registered mail and WWII censored covers, much is fine, an interesting assortment that merits a closer look. Est. $100-200


Will close during Public Auction
617 c   Canada first flight postal history collection of a few hundred covers carefully mounted and written-up on pages, most 1930s domestic first flights with a wide range of attractive cachets, noting also pilot signed and flights to foreign destinations including Japan, Fiji, etc, other interesting material including commemorative flights, promotional leaflets, airline labels, select quality throughout, an attractive collection that presents wonderfully. Est. $300-400


Will close during Public Auction
618 c   Canada postage due postal history collection in four albums, approximately 240 items, from 1898 to QEII, the majority being 1920s-60s, many with adhesive postage dues, the balance with a wide range of handstamped markings, much domestic mail, including short-paid, disallowed attempted usages of revenue stamps as postage, etc, noting also incoming mail from France, Great Britain, the United States, Germany, Australia, and Sweden, a large number written-up in detail on album pages, some with typical small faults but overall a well-developed and attractive collection with many desirable examples. Est. $400-500


Will close during Public Auction
619 c   Canada postal history carton, of many hundreds, stampless through to modern, with most being from the first half of the twentieth century, noting mourning covers, fancy cancels, Northern Ontario real photo postcards, squared circles, special delivery, WWII patriotics, foreign destinations, military mail, Newfoundland, first flights, illustrated advertising, censors, some FDCs but the vast majority being commercial usages, condition varies, many interesting items throughout, a generally unsorted accumulation meriting careful inspection. Est. $300-400


Will close during Public Auction
620 c   Ceylon postal history group, of about 150 items, from Victoria to King George VI, noting registered, airmail, and a wide array of town postmarks, the vast majority being WWII-era censored mail, a few small faults throughout, an overall desirable group of this popular collecting area. Est. $200-300


Will close during Public Auction

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