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Salvador continued...
LotNo. Symbol CatNo. Lot Description
301 60//65 imageSalvador, 1892, Landing of Columbus, select group of six postal history items (Scott 60//65), premium selection of six scarce to rare items, including a magnificent 1c entire uprated by 1c, 3c, 10c and 11c Columbus issues, on choice Registered cover to Paris; a beautiful 22c entire uprated by 3c and 10c issues on Registered A.R. cover to Germany; a 1c pair, plus two 5c pairs, used Acajutla to New York; two 10c issues used to Switzerland, etc.; all fresh, Fine to Very Fine or better, see them all online. (Image) (Image2) (Image3)

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Get Market Data for [El Salvador 60//65 ]

Suggested Bid $400-600
SOLD for $425.00
Will close during Public Auction
302   imageSalvador, 1892 (Jan. 26), Lovely Registered cover from Santa Ana to San Francisco, highly attractive, franked by 10c and 25c values from the 1892 Columbus issue (#64, 67), each cancelled by violet target killers with matching "Administracion de Correos/ENE 26 1892/Santa Ana/Salvador, C.A." c.d.s. adjacent; front shows nice Santa Ana (written over Ahuachapan) Registry label, with reverse showing flap seal and various Registry markings; some minor flap tears on reverse, Very Fine. (Image) (Image2)

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Get Market Data for [El Salvador 64, 67]

Suggested Bid $200-250
SOLD for $140.00
Will close during Public Auction
303 o 75a imageSalvador, 1892, 1c on 25c maroon Provisional double surcharge in black and blue (Scott 75a), cancelled by light, violet target cancel; few roughish perforations at left, Fine to Very Fine, a most attractive example of this rare and well-undervalued issue, with 1971 P.F. certificate. (Image)

Get Market Data for [El Salvador 75a ]

Suggested Bid $200-250
SOLD for $300.00
Will close during Public Auction
304 76//82 imageSalvador, 1893, President Carlos Ezeta, select group of four postal history items (Scott 76//82), choice group including 20c (#82) single franking on double foreign letter rate to Switzerland, a 2c single franking used Chinameca to Guatemala, a lovely and ornate 3c violet postal entire used to Italy, plus a rare cover to England bearing 1c, 3c, 5c, 10c and 1c on 2c surcharge issue (#89), Fine to Very Fine, a beautiful group of very scarce postal history. (Image) (Image2)

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Get Market Data for [El Salvador 76//82 ]

Suggested Bid $300-400
SOLD for $300.00
Will close during Public Auction
305 P 91-100 imageSalvador, 1894, 1c to 1p "Liberty", composite die proof sheet of ten in green (Scott 91-100), lovely and attractive proof printed on thin white paper; couple minor hinge soak spots, otherwise Very Fine, scarce. (Image)

Get Market Data for [El Salvador 91-100 ]

Suggested Bid $200-250
SOLD for $160.00
Will close during Public Auction
306   imageSalvador, 1897 (May 15), Unissued 1895 Coat-of-Arms overprinted stamp, used on Registered A.R. cover from San Salvador to Munich, superb cover franked by unissued 2c green 1895 UPU issue, overprinted Coat-of-Arms, along with 3c brown and 20c slate from the 1897 issue, all tied by violet killers; front shows violet Registry and A.R. handstamps along with origin c.d.s. and New York Registry label, while the reverse notes New York June 2 transit and German June 11 receiver, Very Fine, with this unissued stamp, quite possibly unique on a commercial cover. (Image)

Get Market Data for [El Salvador May 15]

Suggested Bid $200-300
SOLD for $275.00
Will close during Public Auction
307   imageSalvador, 1895 (Jan. 15), 5c Postal Entire used from Libertad to San Salvador, superb quality entire uprated by 5c blue Coat-of-Arms issue with brown overprint over the original design portraying Gen. Antonio Ezeta (#108), which is tied by perfect strike of "La Libertad/en/Salvador." small circular cancel, with matching, excellent strike of Libertad origin c.d.s., each in violet; reverse shows San Salvador next-day receiver, Very Fine and choice,

A remarkably rare and desirable cover, with the original 5c stamp overprinted before issue as Ezeta was overthrown. A cornerstone exhibition piece to be sure
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Get Market Data for [El Salvador 108]

Suggested Bid $600-800
SOLD for $375.00
Will close during Public Auction
308 P 115 var imageSalvador, 1895, 50c carmine unoverprinted President Ezeta, proof block of 25 (Scott 115 var), pristine with straight edges at top and both sides, printed on India paper, with the reverse of the center nine stamps displaying printed ads for cigarettes, candy, crackers, pills, soap, etc., Very Fine, a fascinating and rare item. (Image) (Image2)

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Get Market Data for [El Salvador 115 var ]

Suggested Bid $200-250
SOLD for $150.00
Will close during Public Auction
309   imageSalvador, 1895 (Dec. 27), Spectacularly uprated 12c entire, used Santa Ana to Braunschweig, Germany, extraordinary 12c entire with amazing eye-appeal, uprated by 1895 1c olive (#117, 7) along with 1895 1c on 12c Provisional surcharge (#129, 5), all tied by Santa Ana violet origin c.d.s.'s; reverse shows New York JAN 26 transit and Braunschweig FEB 7 receiver, Very Fine, a beautiful and rare cover. (Image)

Get Market Data for [El Salvador 117, 7]

Suggested Bid $200-300
SOLD for $225.00
Will close during Public Auction
310 117//125 imageSalvador, 1895, Seebeck Coat-of-Arms, selection of five premium covers (Scott 117//125), including 2c (2), 3c (2), 12c and 24c used Santa Ana to Germany; 2c and 3c used domestically Acajutla to Santa Ana, plus an identical routing but with five #117; 3c and 12c used Santa Ana to New York; 5c and 10c cover from Santa Ana to Hamburg, etc.; outstanding group of difficult stamps on cover, mostly Fine to Very Fine or better, be sure to examine them all online. (Image) (Image2) (Image3)

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Get Market Data for [El Salvador 117//125 ]

Suggested Bid $350-500
CLOSED
Will close during Public Auction
311   imageSalvador, 1895 (Dec. 28), Beautiful Registered A.R. cover, from San Salvador to Munich, a wonderful example of the 45c rate, bearing #118, 119 (2, one on reverse), plus untied 15c pair (#123) on reverse, along with three different Provisional surcharges; front shows violet San Salvador Registry and A.R. handstamps, New York Registry label, etc., Very Fine, an attractive and scarce cover. (Image)

Get Market Data for [El Salvador 123]

Suggested Bid $200-250
SOLD for $250.00
Will close during Public Auction
312   imageSalvador, 1895-97, Provisional Surcharges, outstanding selection of six covers, attractive, clean and diverse, including a superb 1895 uprated 3c entire bearing a pair of 2c on 20c Provisionals along with additional postage, sent Registered A.R. from San Salvador to Brussels; a lovely, small 1c entire uprated by 2c on 20c (#132) Provisional, used to Munich; an 1896 15c on 24c Provisional on single franking cover to London; a couple nice 1c local usages, plus a 13c on 30c 1897 cover to New York, Fine to Very Fine, a very scarce group of Provisional usages. (Image) (Image2) (Image3)

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Get Market Data for [El Salvador Collection]

Suggested Bid $350-500
SOLD for $450.00
Will close during Public Auction
313   imageSalvador, 1897 (May 25), Registered A.R. entire from San Salvador to Cologne, attractive 5c entire, uprated by 3c Locomotive (#148) along with two examples of the 10c brown lake Registration issue (#F4), all tied by San Salvador killers with matching origin c.d.s. adjacent; front shows lovely Registry and A.R. handstamps in violet, with reverse showing New York June 11 registry transit and Cologne June 21 receiver, Very Fine and choice, a striking and very rare cover.
Higgins and Gage 62. (Image)

Get Market Data for [El Salvador 148]

Suggested Bid $350-500
SOLD for $550.00
Will close during Public Auction
314   imageSalvador, 1897 (May 25), Registered 1c postal card usage, from San Salvador to Cologne, elegant card uprated by 1897 2c green and 5c orange, along with scarce 10c brown lake Registration stamp (#F4), with front showing San Salvador origin c.d.s., violet Registry and A.R. handstamps, and New York Registry label; reverse notes New York June 11 registry transit and Cologne June 21 receiver, Very Fine, a gem, a remarkable and rare card.
Higgins and Gage 42. (Image)

Get Market Data for [El Salvador F4]

Suggested Bid $300-400
SOLD for $300.00
Will close during Public Auction
315   imageSalvador, 1897 (Dec. 12), Magnificent Registered A.R. entire, used San Salvador to San Francisco, a superb and rare item with remarkable eye-appeal, with the 13c on 15c entire franked with the additional four values complete of the "TRECE centavos" surcharges (#171-174), cancelled at San Salvador Dec. 12, with each stamp further cancelled by matching blue star-in-circle killers; front also shows blue "San Salvador A.R." boxed handstamp in blue, plus violet Registry handstamp; reverse shows two San Francisco oval Registered receivers dated Dec. 29 and 30, respectively, Very Fine, a beautiful and rare usage. (Image) (Image2)

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Get Market Data for [El Salvador Dec. 12]

Suggested Bid $350-500
SOLD for $350.00
Will close during Public Auction
316 171//174C imageSalvador, ca. 1897, "TRECE Centavos" Provisional, premium selection of covers (Scott 171//174C), splendid selection of five, franked with 13c surcharge issues, including a wonderful 13c on 24c, 13c on 50c and 13c on 100c cover used to Zurich; a 13c on 24c single franking cover to Paris; a 13c on 30c single franking to Baltimore; a 13c on 30c single franking to Munich; plus a 13c on 50c cover, "via Libertas", from San Miguel to New York, Fine to Very Fine, a wonderful group of scarce items. (Image) (Image2) (Image3)

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Get Market Data for [El Salvador 171//174C ]

Suggested Bid $350-500
SOLD for $500.00
Will close during Public Auction
317   imageSalvador, 1898 (Jan.), Small size cover, sent from Sonsonate (?) to Panama, franked by a single "TRECE centavos" surcharge of 1897 (#173), tied by mostly illegible c.d.s. with matching seven parallel bars in oval handstamp adjacent; front additionally shows bold strike of "REBUT/NO RECLAMADA." handstamp, while reverse shows "Agencia Postal Nacional Panama" c.d.s. dated 15 ENE 1898, Fine to Very Fine, a lovely and decidedly rare cover. (Image)

Get Market Data for [El Salvador Jan.]

Suggested Bid $200-250
SOLD for $110.00
Will close during Public Auction
318   imageSalvador, 1897 (Mar. 16), Lovely cover sent from San Salvador to Baltimore, exceptionally clean and fresh, franked by 1897 1c scarlet (horizontal strip of four) along with 1c and 5c (vertical pair) of the "Grand Republic of Central America" Coat-of-Arms issue (#175-176), all tied to preprinted envelope by violet sawtooth San Salvador origin c.d.s.'s; reverse notes New York APR 1 transit and Baltimore same-day receiver; trivial cover reduction at right, Very Fine, a beauty, very rare stamps on cover. (Image)

Get Market Data for [El Salvador 175-176]

Suggested Bid $250-300
SOLD for $250.00
Will close during Public Auction
319   imageSalvador, 1897 (Mar. 26), Lovely cover sent from El Triunfo to Washington, DC, a scarce origin, from the USS Bennington at El Triunfo, franked by the "Grand Republic of Central America" Coat-of-Arms issue in a strip of three (#176), tied by El Triunfo origin c.d.s.'s; reverse notes San Salvador MAR 31 transit, New York APR 22 transit and Washington APR 22 machine cancel receiver, Fine to Very Fine+, a splendid item with exceptionally rare stamps on cover. (Image)

Get Market Data for [El Salvador 176]

Suggested Bid $200-300
SOLD for $200.00
Will close during Public Auction
320 176 imageSalvador, 1897 (June 15), 15c Entire with 5c "Grand Republic of Central America" issue cover, sent Santa Ana to Santa Tecla (Scott 176), neat entire uprated by 5c issue on a double domestic rate letter, tied by bold violet Santa Ana origin c.d.s.'s; reverse shows blue "Sta Tecla" handstamp with matching JUN 17 1897 marking, etc.; couple minor edge tears, Very Fine, a rare stamp on cover to be sure, and an exceptional item from the Seebeck era. (Image) (Image2)

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Get Market Data for [El Salvador 176 ]

Suggested Bid $200-300
SOLD for $180.00
Will close during Public Auction

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