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Yemen (Royalist Government) continued...
LotNo. Symbol CatNo. Lot Description
482   imageYemen, 1964-65, Royalist Government, Provisional handstamp in green and brown red on Consular Fee 5b dull violet, vertical pair from the lower right corner of the sheet, mint, o.g., never hinged, Very Fine.
SG R58a; £3,750 ($4,840). (Image)

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Suggested Bid $250-300
SOLD for $275.00
Will close during Public Auction
483   imageYemen, 1964-65, Royalist Government, Provisional handstamp in light green and carmine on Consular Fee 5b dull violet (S.G. R58b), block of four, containing two horizontal pairs each with the central handstamp, mint, o.g., never hinged, Very Fine.
SG R58b; £11,000 as four singles ($14,200). (Image)

Suggested Bid $1,200-1,600
SOLD for $850.00
Will close during Public Auction
484   imageYemen, 1966, Royalist Government, Provisional 4b surcharges in violet on Red Cross set of 3, used with Red Cross 4b (2) and 6b (3) on front and back of 1967 (Mar. 23) registered airmail express "Klewitz" envelope from Brig. Gen. the Prince of Condé to Germany (Apr. 7), canceled by "Camp Mansur" c.d.s. in violet, Very Fine.
SG R170-R172. (Image) (Image2)

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Suggested Bid $150-200
SOLD for $150.00
Will close during Public Auction
485   imageYemen, 1966-67, Royalist Government, Provisional 4b surcharges on Red Cross and Tokyo Olympic Games, used on separate 1967 official or Condé envelopes, the Red Cross surcharges with additional ¼b and 4b Fish of the Red Sea (Scott R217, R220), both canceled by "Camp Mansur" c.d.s. in violet, the Red Cross and Fish stamps additionally tied by "Sirwah 1966-67/Royal Mail" small circular seals in green; the Olympics set on cover sent to Beirut and backstamped with arrival c.d.s., Very Fine usages of these scarce Provisionals.
SG R171-R172, R183-R185. (Image) (Image2)

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Suggested Bid $200-250
SOLD for $200.00
Will close during Public Auction
486   imageYemen, 1967, Royalist Government, "For Poison Gas Victims" surcharge, used on 10 covers, the majority official, with destinations including Saudi Arabia (redirected) and Switzerland (2), five are multiple surcharge or mixed issue frankings, cancellations include Al-Madan, Camp Mansur, G.H.Q. Qara, Milahid, Qaflat-Udur, three are roughly opened on one side, Fine to Very Fine. Stanley Gibbons R237, R243-R246, R248, R250, R253, R255, R257. Imaged in full online. (Image) (Image2) (Image3) (Image4) (Image5) (Image6) (Image7) (Image8)

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Suggested Bid $350-400
SOLD for $950.00
Will close during Public Auction
487   imageYemen, 1967, Royalist Government, Mission to and Conquest of the Moon 8b, 18b, and 24b imperforate souvenir sheet, used on 1967 (July 21) Minister of Communications official registered envelope from Brig. Gen. the Prince of Condé countersigned by him as "Postal Adviser", to Colonel Edwin Aldrin in Washington, D.C., cancelled by "Al-Mahabeshah" bilingual c.d.s. (July 21) and its accompanying "Royal G.H.Q…." double- ring cachet in green, and the two stamps also tied by "Regd./Camp Mansur" bilingual c.d.s. (July 20) in violet, with manuscript notation "Moon Landing and Moon-Walk Cover/20-21 July, 1969", the cover later signed by Buzz Aldrin, accompanied by the enclosed letter on official headed stationery from Condé to Aldrin dated 21 July 1969 explaining presentation of this cover as a gift, as well as two sets of the issued stamps (included with this lot), an interesting space souvenir, Very Fine. (Image) (Image2) (Image3) (Image4) (Image5) (Image6)

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Suggested Bid $100-150
SOLD for $150.00
Will close during Public Auction
488 P   imageYemen, 1964, Royalist Government, Air Mail "The Patriotic War" proof of 24b souvenir sheet, in black instead of blue, Very Fine.
SG MSR43a. (Image)

Suggested Bid $100-150
SOLD for $150.00
Will close during Public Auction
489   imageYemen, 1966, Royalist Government, Air Mail handstamped Emergency 10b impressed in violet, on 1966 (Nov. 8) Ministry of Communications official registered corner card envelope from Brig. Gen. the Prince of Condé to Pasadena, California (Dec. 8), additionally franked with Air Mail Arms Emergency issue 10b violet on magenta, Red Cross 6b, Imam Al-Badr 4b and I.C.Y. Emblem 4b (S.G. R37, R85, R93, R134), cancelled by "Camp Mansur" bilingual c.d.s., showing "Delayed in Transit/through Enemy Action" framed handstamp in red, with "Royal G.H.Q. Branch Qara G.P.O. 1963/Royal Mail" cachet in green on reverse, small opening tear at top, Very Fine. (Image) (Image2)

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Suggested Bid $250-300
SOLD for $160.00
Will close during Public Auction
490   imageYemen, 1966, Royalist Government, Air Mail, handstamped Emergency issue 10b, different colors, additionally franked with other issues, on six "Klewitz" registered airmail express envelopes from Camp Mansur to Germany, highly appealing and rare group with this issue, Very Fine.
SG R130, R132-R135. (Image) (Image2) (Image3) (Image4)

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Suggested Bid $500-600
SOLD for $750.00
Will close during Public Auction
491   imageYemen, 1966, Royalist Government, Air Mail handstamped Emergency issue 10b violet on magenta, on 1967 (Jan. 23) Ministry of Communications official registered corner card envelope from Brig. Gen. the Prince of Condé to Sweden, additionally franked with Imam Al-Badr 4b, Shaharah Fortress 10b and Provisional surcharge in violet 4b on ¼b Red Cross (S.G. R85, R168, R171), cancelled by "Camp Mansur" bilingual c.d.s., "Royal G.H.Q. Branch Qara G.P.O…./Royal Mail" double-ring cachet in green and "Beyrouth" transit c.d.s. (Feb. 21) on reverse, accompanied by enclosed letter from Condé on official headed stationery, Very Fine.
SG R134. (Image) (Image2)

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Suggested Bid $300-400
SOLD for $250.00
Will close during Public Auction
492   imageYemen, 1968, Royalist Government, Air Mail Arms second printing 10b on coated paper, comprising 10b red on white and 10b red on yellow sheetlets of four each used on separate 1922 (Feb. 22) "Klewitz" registered airmail envelopes to Germany, canceled by "Camp Mansur" c.d.s. in violet and black respectively, rare usage of these stamps, Very Fine pair of covers. (Image) (Image2)

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Suggested Bid $250-300
SOLD for $325.00
Will close during Public Auction
493   imageYemen, 1962-67, Royalist Government, a collection of 19 aerogrammes, with various provisional usages on formular letter sheets or envelopes, including 1962 6b envelope handstamped "+4B Aerogram" in red unused and canceled to order by "Royal GHQ, NW Yemen 1963/Postal Service" double-ring datestamp in violet, 1963 formular aerogramme and two Ministry of Communications Military imprinted aerogramme envelopes each franked with Freedom from Hunger 6b handstamped "+4B Aerogram" in red, three 1966 aerogrammes each with impression of handstamped Yemen Airpost 10b in violet, six formular aerogrammes franked with various values to U.S.A., canceled by "Camp Mansur" bilingual c.d.s., and five 1965 Definitive 10b aerogrammes with three used from Camp Mansur to the U.S.A., one of which has 1967 "For Poison Gas Victims" overprint, Very Fine.
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Suggested Bid $400-500
SOLD for $350.00
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494   imageYemen, 1964 (Sept. 24), Royalist Government, aerogramme registered from Lt. Col. Abdurrahman Condé to Detroit, franked with Air Mail surcharge 10b on 1/8b Red Cross (S.G. R46), canceled by "Al-Jauf/1st Army Postal Service" octagonal datestamp (May 19, sic !), showing Ministry of Communications small seal in red, "Camp Al-Mansur (Qara)" c.d.s. (Sept. 26) and "Delayed in Transit/through Enemy Lines" framed handstamp in red adjacent, rare military usage, Very Fine. (Image)

Suggested Bid $100-150
SOLD for $100.00
Will close during Public Auction
495   imageYemen, 1966-67, Royalist Government, 10b aerogrammes (2) from the Prince of Condé to Great Britain and California, both canceled by "Camp Mansur" c.d.s., the first showing "Delayed in Transit/through Enemy Action" framed handstamp in red and the second with 1967 "For Poison Gas Victims +5b" overprint in violet, central vertical filing fold, Fine to Very Fine. (Image) (Image2)

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Suggested Bid $100-150
SOLD for $160.00
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496   imageYemen, 1967 (Feb. 17), Royalist Government, aerogramme registered from the Prince of Condé to Pasadena (Mar. 11), franked with Freedom from Hunger 6b handstamped "+4B Aerogram" in red and uprated with Air Mail Arms handstamped 10b violet on magenta (S.G. #R134), canceled by "Camp Mansur" bilingual c.d.s. with "7" year date inserted by hand, backstamped with departure and arrival c.d.s. as well as "Royal G.H.Q. Branch, Qara G.P.O. 1967" double-ring cachet in green, Very Fine. (Image)

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SOLD for $160.00
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497   imageYemen, 1968-70, Royalist Government, a selection of 13 postal stationery cards, including 1969 5b card sent by express mail from Al- Mahabeshah to Canada uprated with 1969 Arms Air Mail 10b black on yellow, card distressed staining at lower left also affecting stamp, three 1969-70 5b cards sent by express mail from Al-Mahabeshah to Europe (2) or the U.S.A. each uprated with "For Poison Gas Victims" overprinted 10b + 5b Shaharah Fortress issue (S.G. #R253), one other card is unauthorized 10b Beirut printing and two others are unauthorized Darul Asfahani reprints, Fine to Very Fine. (Image) (Image2) (Image3) (Image4) (Image5) (Image6) (Image7) (Image8)

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SOLD for $450.00
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498   imageYemen, 1970, Royalist Government, group of three 5b postal stationery cards sent by express mail from Al-Mahabeshah to London, two cards are uprated with "For Poison Gas Victims" overprinted 6b + 10b and 10b + 5b Shaharah Fortress issue (S.G. #R251, R253) respectively, the former with additional 1969 4b Al-Amir Saif multicolored on reverse to complete the 15b rate, and the third card uprated with 1969 Arms Air Mail 10b black on orange and additionally bearing Great Britain Postage Dues 3p pair (applied across front and back of card) and 2sh 6p applied and canceled on arrival, showing "Express Fee/Not Paid/3/- to be/Collected/on Delivery" framed handstamp in green, Fine to Very Fine. (Image) (Image2) (Image3)

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SOLD for $400.00
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499 //   imageYemen, 1952-72, Royalist Government, Magnificent collection focusing on the Royalist Sector (1962-70), housed in five volumes and interspersed throughout with contemporary press clippings, postal documents and correspondence, with more than 50 covers (13 are pre-1962) and 4 postal stationery cards (one used), franked with a strong representative range of issues including souvenir sheets, as well as detailing the sequence of cancellations employed, many showing "Delayed in Transit/through Enemy Lines" cachets, and some from the Civil War period with United Nations Observer Mission (4) and Egyptian Forces, including 1962 overprints on Olympic Games 2b and 4b (S.G. #R14, R15) used on envelope to Great Britain; 1963 Provisional overprint on Proclamation of Republic 4b and 6b (S.G. #R28, R30) never hinged, and used on five covers, one of which is registered to New York franked with 6b showing additional line and tab in bottom margin (S.G. #R29 var.) in combination with five values of other overprinted issues and Freedom from Hunger souvenir sheet; 1963 Freedom from Hunger unissued souvenir sheet showing "Grescent" for "Crescent" in red overprint and endorsed "Proof"; 1964 Air Mail surcharge 10b on 1/8b Red Cross used on 1965 (June 25) registered envelope from Camp Mansur; 1965 Prince Seif al-Islam Ali 4b commercially used on two domestic envelopes, one addressed to "Colonel A. Condé"; 1965 Air Mail handstamped 10b used on two envelopes, one an impression stamped directly on a registered envelope from Condé to Great Britain additionally franked with three other values including imperforate 8b on ¼b Kennedy; 1967 "For Poison Gas Victims" surcharges used on three 1968-70 envelopes to Great Britain, Saudi Arabia and Singapore; and 1967 "Winston Churchill" overprint on 4b imperforate with 22mm sheet margin at foot tied by complete "Haydan 1964-65/Royal Mail" double-ring handstamp on piece; the fifth volume contains part of the Condé/Bauldry illustrated handbook archives, Condé correspondence and published articles; Very Fine and a fascinating collection well presented within the historical perspective of this evocative eight-year Civil War. See a sampling online. Shipping charges apply - weight 13.4 lbs.
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Suggested Bid $1,500-2,000
SOLD for $1,600.00
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500   imageYemen, 1962-64, Royalist Government, Mint collection, with proofs, varieties and imperforates, including 1962 Olympic Games 2b to 20b, 1962 United Nations 4b souvenir sheet with red overprint, 1963 Arab League souvenir sheets (2) overprinted in black and red (small marginal grease spots) respectively, 1963 Freedom from Hunger 4b + 6b souvenir sheet with emerald green color missing on the basic 4b stamp, and Provisional overprints on Proclamation of Republic 4b, Red Cross 4b surcharges set of three, and Consular Service orange-red handstamp on 10b with six singles, green and brown red handstamp on 5b vertical pair, and light green and carmine handstamp on 5b horizontal pair, never hinged, Very Fine. Shipping charges apply - weight 2 lbs.
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Suggested Bid $750-1,000
SOLD for $1,400.00
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501   imageYemen, 1962-69, Royalist Government, Collection of more than 50 covers, franked with a multitude of issues, many of which are complete, including 1962 Olympic Games 2b, 4b and 20b (S.G. #R14, R15, R18) with three other values on two cacheted First Day Covers to Lebanon and New York; Provisional handstamped overprints with 1966 Newspaper stamps overprinted "Periodicals" in violet on Freedom from Hunger 4b and 6b perforated and imperforate used on separate unaddressed envelopes; and First Day Covers; the vast majority of the envelopes are unaddressed; also a section of 15 faked covers. Very Fine. See them all on our website. Shipping charges apply - weight 2.8 lbs.
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Suggested Bid $300-400
SOLD for $800.00
Will close during Public Auction

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