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Worldwide Stamps & Postal History continued...

Worldwide & Country Postal History Collections continued...
Lot Symbol CatNo. Lot Description CV or Estimate
621 c   China postal history accumulation, with roughly 100 covers and cards, 1890s through to the 1980s, most being mid-twentieth century, with strength in censored mail, note also an interesting group of stationery, and useful lot to examine for postmarks and rates, variable condition, a few fronts, but much is attractive and sound. Est. $200-300


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622 c   Colombia postal history lot, with well over 200 covers, significant emphasis on mid-twentieth century material, the majority being airmail covers, much being censored, many colorful frankings, note some illustrated advertising, SCADTA labels and frankings, some with faults but much in better than average condition, an excellent lot for the specialist. Est. $300-400


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623 c   Eastern Europe postal history accumulation, with roughly 250 items, the majority being 1940s/40s including a significant number of German occupation covers and cards, Bohemia & Moravia frankings, with feldpost, censors, dozens of uprated postal stationery cards, advertising, some earlier postcards noting one hand painted, some Slovakia adhesives included, varied condition but many fine and useful items for the student of this era. Est. $400-500


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624 c   France & Colonies postal history hoard, with thousands of covers, postcards, and stationery, filling two cartons, from nineteenth century stampless through to modern, a significant portion from the first half of the twentieth century, noting Ceres, Napoleon, Peace & Commerce, Sower, Merson, and Pasteur frankings, advertising and promotional cinderellas, maximum cards, commemorative covers and postmarks, and much more, strongest in France but also note material from Mali, Morocco, French Polynesia, Tahiti, Cameroon, Tunisia, and more, wildly variable condition, a collection that would benefit from careful organization, a veritable treasure trove for the France collector or postmark enthusiast. Est. $750-1,000


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625 c   France postal history group of well over 100 items, beginning with over 20 stampless covers, domestic usages, showing a wide range of rate markings and postmarks, followed by roughly 50 imperforate and perforated Napoleon and Ceres issues, many lozenge and Paris Star cancels, the balance including a Sage, Peace & Commerce, and later frankings on covers and postcards to a variety of French and European destinations, as well as military mail, censored, stationery, and more, condition varies, worth inspecting this interesting and diverse lot Est. $200-300


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626 c   France World War I postal history collection, of over 150 postcards, including both military scenes and French military correspondence cards, a fascinating group with a wide range of military post office cancels, noting patriotic illustrations, hospitals, bomb damage real photo cards, a hand-drawn card depicting a soldier on the march, regiments and military leaders, etc, a mix of mint and used cards included, typical varied condition for wartime material, a useful group for further research. Est. $300-400


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627 c   imageGermany & States postal history group of twenty five, the majority being pre-1871, with examples from Hannover (with 3gr rate registered from Bremen to Bremervörde), Prussia, Hamburg, Bavaria, Saxony, Mecklenberg-Schwerin (including two 1/4s uprated 1-1/2s stationery entire), Brunswick, and Wurttemberg, Germany includes 1873 Strassburg horseshoe cancel tying 1gr & 2gr Large Shield to New York, condition varies, some with faults, but many interesting frankings. (Image) (image_2) (image_3) (image_4) Est. $150-200


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628 c   Germany & German States postal history collection, with roughly 300 items, beginning with roughly fifty stampless covers and folded letters, with a variety of straight-line and c.d.s. postmarks, noting a few interesting early documents, one with a lovely color illustration, further strength in German States, particularly Bavaria, as well as Wurttemberg and Saxony, with royalty real photo postcards, WWI usages, early twentieth century litho postcards, etc, followed by several dozen post-1871 early German usages, ideal for the postmark enthusiast, typical mixed condition, but an interesting sorting project. Est. $300-400


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629 c   Germany 1900s Germania Issue postal history accumulation, of roughly five hundred items, strong in postal stationery, including a large number of uprated examples to European destinations, noting also WWI Occupation of Eastern Europe, censored mail, military postcards and feldpost usages, illustrated advertising, postage dues, perfin frankings, postal forms, and much more, mixed condition, an ideal project for the enthusiast of this era, or to study rates and shades of these issues. Est. $300-400


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630 c   Germany postal stationery collection in five albums, mostly mint, the earlier material including German States & Offices Abroad, as well as an interesting group of local stationery from Hansa, Leipzig, Zittau, Bochum, and Berlin, one album of Bavaria, just shy of 100 items, noting also WWII Occupation of Luxembourg, Lorraine, and Bohemia & Moravia, the final two albums with over two hundred West Germany illustrated stationery cards depicting a variety of German scenes and towns, many very fine items, a delightful lot for the specialist. Est. $300-400


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631 c   Germany World War I censored cover correspondence, with over 160 items in four volumes, a family correspondence, almost all with original enclosures, and predominantly addressed to Pennsylvania, most sent from several different German cities and bearing a wide range of censor markings, though others from occupied Belgium as well as Norway and Sweden, note some registered, illustrated letterhead, etc, mixed condition, but an interesting collection from both a postal and historic perspective. Est. $300-400


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632 c   Germany World War I postal history collection, of approximately 150 items, noting an extensive array of postcards, many being real photos, noting regimental portraits, Red Cross, usages from Poland, Hindenburg and other military leaders, prisoner of war mail from camps including Altengrabow, Muncheberg, and Dillingen, naval scenes, a scarce photo card depicting prisoners engaged in sports at Soltau POW camp, an unusual advertising label on a feldpost card, and much more, mixed condition with some small faults, yet many attractive items, a fascinating group of interest to postal and military historians and collectors alike Est. $400-500


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633 c   Germany 1920s/30s postal history accumulation, a few hundred items, with many impressive inflation-era multiple frankings, noting also registered, official mail, perfins, advertising, some inflation pieces with expert markings, typical mixed condition, but many attractive items, an ideal lot for a rate study Est. $300-400


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634 c   Germany post-World War II postal history collection, of many hundreds filling a carton, loose and arranged in several cover albums, representing the range of postal history of post-war Germany, noting Berlin overprints, Soviet and French Zone, censors, prisoner of war, semi-postal, commemorative, and souvenir sheet frankings, special event cancels, bisects, local overprints, post horn overprints, Allied Zone, displaced persons mail, and much more, a treasure trove for the specialist who enjoys mixed frankings or rate studies, condition varies but much is fine and attractive, worthy of a careful review by the collector and dealer alike. Est. $500-750


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635 c   Germany post-World War II Notopfer Stamp postal history collection in four albums, with over two hundred covers, postcards, and stationery, most with Heuss, Buildings, or Post Horn frankings, an interesting variety of c.d.s. and commemorative cancels, noting also registered and express mail, advertising, and more, a worthwhile collection with many attractive and very fine items throughout. Est. $200-300


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636 c   Great Britain military postal history collection of several hundred WWI era military covers and postcards, a great many written-up with identifying characteristics, often noting regiments, FPO locations, etc, a wide variety of censors and auxiliary markings, mail from British troops in India, Italy, Australia, Egypt, France, Salonica, Malta, and more, a few QEII-era items and French military cards also included, much in better condition than usually seen for military mail, an excellent opportunity for further study and research. Est. $400-500


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637 c   Great Britain postal history lot filling two cartons, likely approaching if not exceeding two thousand covers, a veritable treasure trove for the postmark enthusiast, noting c.d.s, squared circles, duplexes, slogans, and more, as well as censored covers, redirected mail, registered, military usages, mourning covers, air letters, foreign destinations, and picture postcards, also with two shoe boxes filled with perfins, almost entirely on cover, most being KGVI and QEII-era, including Machins, though note many earlier including Victorian examples, wildly varied condition, an unsorted accumulation of commercial mail that would make for an ideal sorting project. Est. $400-500


Will close during Public Auction
638 c   Greece postal history and stationery collection, with approximately 200 items in three albums, two albums consisting largely of 1940s/50s covers, with many censored examples as well as foreign destinations including Holland, Japan Sweden, etc, a fascinating mix of frankings with many commemorative usages, the third album being a study of postal stationery, with a range of 1880s/1900s postal cards, including many uprated used examples, 1910s overprinted military and occupation cards, 1940s surcharged covers, and examples from Crete and Corfu, the covers with some scattered condition issues, overall an attractive and fine group. Est. $300-400


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639 c   Hungary postal history accumulation of approximately 200 items, predominantly late 1800s and early 1900s, noting a wide range of interesting material including stampless, military mail, displaced persons camp covers with contents, censors, postage dues, postal stationery, Fiume postmarks and a variety of town cancels, varied condition with much being fine, a worthwhile group. Est. $400-500


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640 c   India & States postal history accumulation of over 300 items, Victoria through to Queen Elizabeth II, most being King George V/VI era, with Indian States including seals of Jaipur, Gwalior, and Dhar, registered mail, a wide range of postal stationery, WWII censored mail, real photo postcards, military mail, advertising, and much more, usual creases and small faults to be expected, close inspection warranted with much potential in this popular area. Est. $500-750


Will close during Public Auction

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