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U.S. Postal History continued...

1903-1977 Issues continued...
LotNo. Symbol CatNo. Lot Description
13141 1710 image1977, 13¢ Lindbergh Flight (Scott 1710), first day cover with first Tudor House cachet, unaddressed, Very Fine.
Suggested Bid $10
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Get Market Data for [Germany (DDR) 1710]


CLOSED
Closing..Jun-30, 09:00 PM
Airmail and Related
LotNo. Symbol CatNo. Lot Description
13142   imageAirmail, 1928, 5¢ Beacon, on two covers where Airport Dedication Cachets (Uniontown, PA, and Mott, ND) were used as postmarks., Very Fine.
Scott C11.
Suggested Bid $10
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CLOSED
Closing..Jun-30, 09:00 PM
13143   image2002 (Sept 25), Attempted Solo Transatlantic Balloon Flight, unsuccessful attempt by David Hempleman-Adams to fly solo across the Atlantic, abandoned within the U.S. due to failure of the autopilot [#3 of 50], scarce, Very Fine.
Suggested Bid $80
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CLOSED
Closing..Jun-30, 09:00 PM
13144   image1933, U.S.S. Akron, Return Visit to Miami, 3¢ (720) tied by 1933 Jan 9 1933 Miami FL machine cancel with cachet at left, addressed to Brooklyn NY, F.-V.F.
Suggested Bid $10
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SOLD for $7.00
Closing..Jun-30, 09:00 PM
13145   image1933 (14-25 Oct), Chicago Flight, Friedrichshafen-Miami, 2¢ (717) and pair 3¢ (732) tied by 1933 Miami FL slogan cancel, blue cachet, to cover addressed to Northbranch KS, vertical crease, and a 1963 German memorial card, F.-V.F.
Sieger 241.
Suggested Bid $10
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CLOSED
Closing..Jun-30, 09:00 PM
13146   image1928 (Nov 25), West Lebanon, Ohio, ephemera, consisting of two pieces of each of the orange and black fabric, plus a piece of the fur lining of the coat of pilot Tildon Johnson who was killed, with notarized affidavit of authenticity, Very Fine to Extremely Fine, rare mementos, only four covers reported.
AAMC 281125.
Suggested Bid $40
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CLOSED
Closing..Jun-30, 09:00 PM
13147   image1932 (Jun 2), Fresno, Calif., AAMS 32.10, badly charred remains forwarded to Los Angeles in USPO Penalty ambulance cover with explanatory note, Fine, rare thus.
AAMC 320602.
Suggested Bid $40
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CLOSED
Closing..Jun-30, 09:00 PM
13148   image1934-58, 17 covers with pre-printed air mail directions, interesting lot of private envelopes including 3 with out-of-the-ordinary colored borders [green and yellow], Very Fine.
Suggested Bid $40
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CLOSED
Closing..Jun-30, 09:00 PM
13149   image1936, flight cover with Roscoe Turner autograph, bold signature, Very Fine.
Suggested Bid $40


Three time winner of the Thompson Trophy
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SOLD for $20.00
Closing..Jun-30, 09:00 PM
13150   image1936 (Jan. 14), American Airlines AM-23 Crash Cover, Goodwin, AR, missing adhesives, with address and pre-flight markings showing water damage (as expected, since the plane came down in a swamp); New York, N.Y., Jan. 14, 1936 duplex survives clear, with four-line "Damage" cachet in violet applied where stamps should have been; horizontal tear affecting about one-quarter of backflap, still Very Fine.
AAMC 360114a.
Suggested Bid $45


From AM-23's first Newark-to-Fort Worth flight, which crashed for unknown reasons, killing the pilot and co-pilot. 150 pounds of mail were recovered and forwarded from Little Rock on January 15.
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CLOSED
Closing..Jun-30, 09:00 PM
13151 552, 558, 562 image1938, U.S. to New Zealand via GB (Scott 552, 558, 562), strip of 5 10¢ + 1¢ & 6¢, all stamps perfinned "EKC" to U.S. Consular Agency, Very Fine to Extremely Fine.
Suggested Bid $40
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SOLD for $20.00
Closing..Jun-30, 09:00 PM
13152   image1938 (May 25), Cleveland, Ohio ephemera, cover plus large piece of silver fabric and burnt piece of mailbag with letter of attestation, Very Fine, unusual.
AAMC 380524.
Suggested Bid $40
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SOLD for $20.00
Closing..Jun-30, 09:00 PM
13153   image1940 (Feb. 1), Norfolk, VA - San Diego, CA, via Seaplane, airmail cover with corner card "Trans-Continental Seaplane Flight/U.S. Navy - XPBS - One/Norfolk, VA to San Diego, Calif", cancelled "Norfolk VA/Feb/1/1940/A.M./Naval Air Station"; reverse bears Feb. 28 Pensacola, FL, "U.S. Naval Air Sta." transit and Mar. 1 San Diego "U.S. Naval Air/Station" receiver along with Mar. 2 Lompoc, Calif. receiver; two-line handstamp "West Coast Airmail Society/San Francisco, Calif." oversigned in pen "JSJ"; light (rubber band?) stain front center, still Very Fine.
AAMC TO 1341.
Suggested Bid $40
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CLOSED
Closing..Jun-30, 09:00 PM
13154 C25 image1941, 6¢ Transport (Scott C25), 6¢ tied by Guantanamo Bay slogan cancel, with naval censors handstamp, addressed to Brooklyn NY, F.-V.F.
Suggested Bid $10
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Get Market Data for [Germany (DDR) C25]


CLOSED
Closing..Jun-30, 09:00 PM
13155   image1944, airmail registered express cover from P.O.W. Camp at Camp Bowie TX, franked with Sc. 813 (strip of 3), 908 & C25 to Rochester NY, three service covers are very uncommon; crease to left not affecting, F.-V.F.
Suggested Bid $40
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SOLD for $40.00
Closing..Jun-30, 09:00 PM
13156   image1946, Pan Am Air Mail Test dual frankings, two covers with US and foreign stamps, US canceled on Nov 1 1946 in Detroit, foreign stamps include Suriname and Curacao, with various receivers on reverse, these covers were allowed only on Nov 1 in acknowledgment of the new 10¢ air mail rate, F.-V.F.
Suggested Bid $20
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SOLD for $14.00
Closing..Jun-30, 09:00 PM
13157   image1947, from Cincinnatti to France forwarded to Rome, Sc. C32 (3) from Hebrew Union College to Rabbi Brickner, c/o American Joint Distribution Committee in Paris, forwarded with France Sc. 570 to Rome, backstamped on arrival, Brickner was an important member of AJDC post-war efforts, Very Fine to Extremely Fine.
Suggested Bid $40
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CLOSED
Closing..Jun-30, 09:00 PM
13158   imageAir baggage labels: Overseas National Airways, 2 labels including USN-323 (S), Very Fine.
Suggested Bid $10
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CLOSED
Closing..Jun-30, 09:00 PM
13159   imageAir baggage labels: Resort Airlines, 4 labels including USR-27 (S), Very Fine.
Suggested Bid $20
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CLOSED
Closing..Jun-30, 09:00 PM
13160   imageWestern Union Telegraph, 3¢ red, F. grill (#65) tied by manuscript "Moores Ordinary" (VA) postmark on dark buff cover addressed to Charlotte C H, Va; stamp with diagonal crease, cover with minor edge wear, otherwise Fine.
Suggested Bid $30


While open for a number of years (over 40) this Post Office has a Helbock rarity factor of 7
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CLOSED
Closing..Jun-30, 09:00 PM

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