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201 / 103-110 imageHonduras, 1898, Locomotive, extraordinary specialized exhibition-style collection (Scott 103-110), a truly magnificent collection, superbly annotated and researched, comprising the stamp issue itself in various offerings, plus a section of 17 very select mounted covers—each of which is remarkable and could stand on its own as an individual lot in any international auction—along with 15 additional covers, which are excellent in their own right; the stamp portion shows paper varieties, plus the 2c and 5c values in imperforate-between pairs (rare), a 10c block of four with two imperforate-between pairs, 5c red violet color error in blocks of four, reference items, etc.; the postal history section amazes with examples of urban rate, underpaid, a 1c block of 15 to London, 10c plus 5c to the US, 1c and 2c picture post card usage, 30c A.R. foreign letter cover to San Francisco; a superb 5c, 10c, 20c and 50c (2) nine-times rate cover, a beautiful 5c and 1p combination cover (which is virtually unknown), a 20c (2) and 50c seven-time basic rate cover to New York, various "Permitase" control marking covers (including a magnificent 2c, 5c, 6c, 10c, 20c and 50c A.R. Permitase cover to Glasgow), and much, much more, Fine to Very Fine, a beautiful study of this iconic issue; be sure to see it all on the web. Shipping charges apply - weight 2.8 lbs.
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Suggested Bid $3,000-4,000
SOLD for $3,000.00
Will close during Public Auction
202   imageHonduras, 1898, Locomotive Postal Card, remarkable specialized collection, magnificent, keenly assembled and well-annotated mounted collection comprising 32 items, representing the 2c Interior, the 2c+2c Interior message-reply cards, plus their 3c and 3c+3c Exterior counterparts; the usages are extraordinary and selected for interest, including uprated and short-paid usages; a wonderful range of town origination markings, including Amapala, Choluteca, Iriona, Puerto Cortes, Santa Rosa, Tegucigalpa, Trujillo, Yuscaran, etc.; in addition, there are numerous "Permitase" anti-theft handstamp markings, including the only known Amapala locally use card without the handstamp, overpayment examples, and much more; a specialist's delight to be sure, Fine to Very Fine or better, see the collection in its entirety online. Shipping charges apply - weight 1.4 lbs. (Image) (Image2) (Image3) (Image4) (Image5) (Image6) (Image7) (Image8) (Image9) (Image10) (Image11) (Image12) (Image13) (Image14) (Image15) (Image16) (Image17) (Image18) (Image19) (Image20) (Image21) (Image22) (Image23) (Image24) (Image25) (Image26) (Image27) (Image28)

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Suggested Bid $750-1,000
SOLD for $500.00
Will close during Public Auction
203 / 111-118 imageHonduras, 1903, General Santos Guardiola, specialized selection (Scott 111-118), a fascinating, premium selection comprising the set complete in corner margin security-punched "Specimen" overprint strips of three in issued colors; in addition, there are eight select items of postal history, including a choice Registered cover franked by 1c, 2c (2), and 5c (5) from Puerto Cortes to New York; two lovely picture post card usages to France and Germany; a lovely 1904 double rate cover to the US, etc.; wonderful group of scarce material, Fine to Very Fine, fully imaged online. (Image) (Image2) (Image3) (Image4) (Image5) (Image6)

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Suggested Bid $350-500
SOLD for $200.00
Will close during Public Auction
204 111-112, 115 imageHonduras, 1903 (June), General Santos Guardiola, cover sent Amapala to San Francisco (Scott 111-112, 115), a splendidly clean cover, bearing 1c, 2c (pair) and 10c Guardiola issues, cancelled by rare "PERMITASE" handstamp in blue—which was used as a control marking for the remote Pacific Coast post office at Amapala; reverse notes San Francisco JUL 3 arrival; fresh, Very Fine, see footnote in Scott after #118, a very rare usage. (Image)

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Suggested Bid $200-300
SOLD for $350.00
Will close during Public Auction
205 119//130 imageHonduras, 1907-10, President José Medina, specialized collection (Scott 119//130), an amazing, well-presented collection of stamps, varieties, proofs and essays, along with 11 scarce, selected-for-interest items of postal history; the stamp portion begins with imperforate pairs, including both shades of the 6c, a rare 10c large die proof by Kuhn Brothers of New York; 5c, 20c and 50c composite die proof block of four, and 1c, 2c and 1p composite die proof strip of three in orange; other imperforate multiples include 10c corner margin block of six, 5c marginal strip of five, 2c horizontal pair imperforate vertically, etc.; we also note a 1910 essay for the 1c surcharge on 20c printed twice in yellow brown and red (ex Green, Hopkins), plus a choice array of surcharge varieties in strips; the covers are outstanding with wonderful usages, including several bisects, etc., Fine to Very Fine or better, a super lot of exceptional material; see it all on our website. (Image) (Image2) (Image3) (Image4) (Image5) (Image6) (Image7) (Image8) (Image9) (Image10) (Image11) (Image12)

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Suggested Bid $1,000-1,500
SOLD for $600.00
Will close during Public Auction
206 P 131-138 imageHonduras, 1911, "Honduran Scene" Paddle Steamer, 1c to 1p, composite die proof sheet (Scott 131-138), beautiful and rare sheet, measuring 12½ x 7¾ inches, depicting each value in yellow; several expected folds, still Very Fine, a lovely, fresh item. (Image)

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Suggested Bid $200-300
SOLD for $200.00
Will close during Public Auction
207 P 131-138 imageHonduras, 1911, "Honduran Scene" Paddle Steamer, proofs (Scott 131-138), wonderfully fresh, exceptional group comprising the 1c to 1p values in black in a composite die proof in reversed format (never seen by us), as well as the 5c to 1p values in imperforate plate proof blocks of four with Hass Bank Note imprints, Very Fine, rare. (Image) (Image2) (Image3) (Image4)

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Suggested Bid $250-350
SOLD for $300.00
Will close during Public Auction
208 140 imageHonduras, 1912, 1c President Bonilla, extraordinary selection of four choice covers (Scott 140), incredible group comprising 1c Bonilla, along with 10c and 2c (2) Officials, on cacheted cover from the Postmaster General, Tegucigalpa (Jan. 30) to New York, with the Bonilla added to make the 15c foreign letter rate (all catalogues list Feb. 1 as the First Day for the Bonilla issue, with this cover pre-dating); we also note a superb 1912 cover with mining corner card with 1911 1c (pair), 6c and 10c pair along with two Bonilla issues on Registered Cover from San Juancito to New York; plus two additional items, one being a 1912 picture post card to Upper Silesia (!) bearing a strip of four and single Bonilla issue, and finally a 1912 Bonilla and 2c Independence issue cover to Paris; all fresh, Fine to Very Fine or better, wonderful group of very scarce stamps on cover. (Image) (Image2) (Image3)

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Suggested Bid $500-600
SOLD for $1,100.00
Will close during Public Auction
209 /o 174//181 imageHonduras, 1915, Regular Issues, select study/stock (Scott 174//181), 43 homemade album or manila stock pages, with mint and used, many multiples (plate away!), tête-bêches, some imperforates, bisect usages, double perforations, and more; many, many hundreds of stamps (consignor's note states 1500+, which might be a touch high—though we didn't count); remarkably fresh, with shades and paper varieties throughout, Fine to Very Fine with much better, a specialist's dream; see it all online, much ex Madden. Shipping charges apply - weight 1.6 lbs. (Image) (Image2) (Image3) (Image4) (Image5) (Image6) (Image7) (Image8) (Image9) (Image10) (Image11) (Image12) (Image13) (Image14) (Image15) (Image16) (Image17) (Image18) (Image19) (Image20) (Image21) (Image22) (Image23) (Image24) (Image25) (Image26) (Image27) (Image28) (Image29) (Image30) (Image31) (Image32) (Image33) (Image34) (Image35) (Image36) (Image37) (Image38) (Image39) (Image40) (Image41) (Image42) (Image43) (Image44)

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Suggested Bid $250-350
SOLD for $160.00
Will close during Public Auction
210 194, 197 imageHonduras, 1920 (Jan. 31), 2c (Large and small format) Assumption of Power issue Registered cover from Tegucigalpa to New York (Scott 194, 197), splendid and highly attractive, bearing the small format 2c rose and large format 2c bronze, each tied by barred violet "Honduras" cancels and matching Registered handstamp; reverse shows additional franking in the form of 1915 1c and 1919 20c values, with New York arrival dates of Feb. 21 and 22; nearly every catalogue lists the First Day as Feb. 1, Very Fine, very rare stamps on cover. (Image)

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Suggested Bid $250-350
SOLD for $425.00
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211 194, 195 vars imageHonduras, 1920 (Feb. 5), Assumption of Power issue internal cover, from Ampala to Tegucigalpa (Scott 194, 195 vars), a choice and rare cover, franked by small-format 2c rose (horizontal pair, imperforate between), along with 2c gold large-format issue, imperforate with huge margins, each tied by violet barred "Honduras" cancels; front shows Tegucigalpa 8 FEB 20 receiver, Very Fine and choice, rare stamps on cover. (Image) (Image2)

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Suggested Bid $200-250
SOLD for $200.00
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212 /o/ 256-257 imageHonduras, 1929, President Colindres, superb exhibition-style collection (Scott 256-257), a magnificent and keen collection of this fascinating issue, assembled on 18 pages; includes both full and reconstructed sheets, misperforations, the only known imperforate pair of the 1c value (used), five beautiful and select cover usages, three of which are on splendid 9/24/29 First International Flight covers, several examples of the infamous "reversed colors", etc., Very Fine, a super lot.
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Suggested Bid $600-800
SOLD for $425.00
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213 256-257 imageHonduras, 1929, President Colindres, specialized holding (Scott 256-257), nice group comprising three covers, the first with two of each value to New York, the second a single 2c franking on domestic cover, plus a locally used Tegucigalpa cover bearing two 1c values, cancelled Feb. 20, the earliest reported usage of this issue; also included are full mint sheets of ten of the issue, Very Fine, nice lot. (Image) (Image2) (Image3)

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Suggested Bid $200-250
SOLD for $350.00
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214   imageHonduras, ca. 1931-34, "T.S. de C." overprints, cover selection, a lovely and very scarce group of six covers, representing regular issue (#311//317) or Airmail (#C51-C55) items; bulk show varieties, including a Registered Airmail cover to England franked by 10c brown (#315) with double green overprint, plus a pair with orange overprint; two covers bearing 5c (#311) along with a one-third portion (bisect fashion); a 5c Airmail (#C51) with black rather than red overprint; a 10c brown (#315) with inverted overprint in green on picture post card; plus a remarkable Registered cover bearing #298, 299 (2), C73 (3) and #312 with inverted overprint used to New York, with the three #C73 examples the "larger size" overprint (unlisted in Sanabria, but stated to be unissued in Michel), Fine to Very Fine, a choice specialist's group. (Image) (Image2) (Image3) (Image4)

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Suggested Bid $350-500
SOLD for $425.00
Will close during Public Auction
215 P 336-340, C89-C98 imageHonduras, 1939, Landmarks & Leaders, compelling collection of proofs (Scott 336-340, C89-C98), splendid, magnificently produced selection of 30 pieces comprising 29 Columbian Bank Note Company-produced imperforate engraved proofs, all struck in green on medium thick paper and affixed to card; these items offer completed designs for both the Airmail and regular issues (15 items), with the remaining 14 pieces being vignette and frame designs in various states of completion; the final item present is a gorgeous and incredibly rare unfinished die proof in black for the 1L Airmail (#C97), with incomplete dates and blank value tablets, Very Fine, a remarkable group; see them in full online. (Image) (Image2) (Image3) (Image4)

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Suggested Bid $600-800
SOLD for $650.00
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216 P   imageHonduras, 1925, Proof strike of "AERO CORREO" overprint on 1c Morazan Statue issue, a nicely centered example of this major Honduran Airmail rarity, T.C. Pound's Provisional Airmail—created April 29 in anticipation of the first Honduran Airmail flight on May 1; with original gum, though possessing some faults—notably a small pinhole and creasing, etc.—all of which are largely irrelevant as this represents one of only four examples of this proof extant, as noted in the accompanying 1980 Friedl Expert Committee certificate (though we could find just two prior examples recorded); this item is listed in the 1972 Sanabria catalogue as "#1" with a catalogue value—then—of $6,500, Very Fine.
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Without question, one of the rarest Airmail stamps in the world
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Suggested Bid $1,500-2,000
SOLD for $3,250.00
Will close during Public Auction
217 C1-C2 imageHonduras, 1925, 5c light blue First Issue Airmail, black and blue overprints (Scott C1-C2), o.g., each fresh and nicely centered, Very Fine, a very scarce pair, with only 500 of the black and 200 of the blue overprints issued, each signed Bloch, #C2 additionally signed Sanabria. (Image)

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Scott $388
Suggested Bid $200-300

SOLD for $250.00
Will close during Public Auction
218 C5 imageHonduras, 1925, 10c blue First Issue Airmail, black "AERO CORREO" overprint (Scott C5), o.g., fresh and most attractive example, Fine, a great rarity, as only 24 examples were printed, signed Bloch, with 1974 Friedl certificate. (Image)

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Scott $1,100
Suggested Bid $500-750

SOLD for $900.00
Will close during Public Auction
219 C6a imageHonduras, 1925, 20c red brown, black "AERO CORREO" overprint inverted (Scott C6a), full, clean o.g., wonderfully fresh and beautifully centered, Very Fine, a striking and scarce variety, only 36 examples issued. (Image)

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Scott $250
Suggested Bid $200-300

SOLD for $225.00
Will close during Public Auction
220 C7c imageHonduras, 1925, 20c red brown, blue "AERO CORREO" overprint printed vertically (Scott C7c), part o.g., fresh with decent centering; horizontal crease, Fine to Very Fine, rare, signed Dr. Duron. (Image)

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Scott $900
Suggested Bid $400-500

SOLD for $400.00
Will close during Public Auction

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