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Germany
LotNo. Symbol CatNo. Lot Description
2468 og/O   imageGerman States, Powerful Collection, 1850-1920. A clean and substantial mint and used collection neatly arranged on Scott pages; this lot was assembled decades ago, and has not seen the light of day since, with the result being a very limited array of theproblems which typically affect this arena; some of the many highlights inlcude Baden #6 (used strip of four), 6-9, 10-14, 19-25; nice Bergdorf; Bremen #1, 1A, 3, 4b, 8b, 12, 13; Hannover #8, 9, 9a, 12-14, 16-17, 26, 28-29, plus mint blocks of #20 and 23; Brunswick #5-7, 7a, 8-10, 12, 12a (2), 16; Prussia #1-5, 1-5 reprints, 6-8, 18a cover, and 21-22; Saxony #6, 13, 13a, 13b, 14; Mecklenburg Strelitz #1-6, 2a; Mecklinburg Schwerin #1, 3, 5, 6a, 7a, 8, and lots more besides; a fair range of items "signed", some certificates included; bulk fresh, Fine to Very Fine, a lovely lot; see it all online. Shipping charges apply - weight 1.4 lbs.
Estimate $3,000 - 4,000. (Image)

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Estimate $3,000-4,000
SOLD for $3,000.00
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2469 nh/og/O   imageGerman States & WWI Occupations, Lovely Lighthouse Album Collection. An excellent holding built up over many years, beginning with a complete Baden offering with First Issues and shades, continuing on to solid Bavaria with #4-8, 9-14, 14a, 15-22, 31-32, 33-37 (unused), 23a-27a, 38-47, 48-57, 73-76 (never hinged), 1912 25pf Airmail (Michel #F1), plus Officials and Dues; Brunswick #2-3, 4-12, 16, 21, 23-26 (never hinged); Bremen #1-4, 5 (mint), 6, 8; Hamburg complete; Hannover #1-2, 2a, 3, 3a, 5-6, 8, 9, 9a, 11-14, 16 (mint), 16a, etc.; Helgoland complete mint less #21a and 22; lovely mint or unused Lübeck #3-7, 8-12, 13-14, 15a; solid North German Confederation including French Occupation issues and Officials; filled Prussia less #7a; attractive Saxony; plus strong mint and used Thurn & Taxis and Württemberg; also includes WWI Occupations of Belgium, Romania (complete), Poland, Upper Silesia, Marienwerder, Estonia, and others; generally fresh and sound, though condition varies on States as always, Fine to Very Fine, an excellent lot well worth examination. Shipping charges apply - weight 5.2 lbs.
Estimate $1,800 - 2,200. (Video for this lot) (Image)

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Estimate $1,800-2,200
SOLD for $3,750.00
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2470 og/O/cover   imageBavaria, Highly Specialized Old-Time Collection of Thousands, 1849-1920. From the Schwarzer Einer to the last of the Officials, a huge and incredibly detailed collection, presented in a jam-packed specialized Marquette Sectional Loose Leaf Album (worth viewing for itself); mix of mint and used, with many issues amazingly offered in parallel; with duplication throughout, the "main" collection is presented on the heavier Marquette pages, with additional examples (usually offering a good range of shades and cancel types) and varieties on onionskin pages; the only blank space we see is for Scott #1a; including the aforementioned #1 unused, highlights include (used, unless noted) #3, 7-8 (2 each), 12 (mint left margin pair with full o.g. and four full margins!), 14 (3), 14a, 19b, 21 (3), 22, 31-32, 79a (two mint as block of four, 1 used), 79b (mint in a block of four), all the Luitpolds and Ludwigs (the latter identified as to pre-War and Wartime printings), 97b & 100b (2 each), 241-241a vertical pair, scads of overprinted issues including #237 (left margin gutter block of four), 237a (single and block of four mint, 1 tied on piece), 259a (mint corner block of four), 272a, B1a-B3a; imperforate singles, #CL1 (7—yes, seven: 1 mint, 1 uncanceled on card, plus 5 on card or cover and cancelled Munich), plus the uncommon such as position blocks, a cancelled 10pf Telephone Ticket, Telegraph and Railway Freight stamps mint, used Revenues, Returned Letter stamps from Augsburg and Speyer, Bread Ration stamps, postal stationery, a few covers, Proofs…we could go on; suffice it to say: this is your grandfather's collection; they don't make them like this anymore, Fine to Very Fine with much better throughout, see a sampling online. Shipping charges apply - weight 4.6 lbs.
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Estimate $3,000-4,000
SOLD for $7,250.00
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2471 nh/og/O   imageGermany, Vintage Era-Compiled Four-Volume Collection, 1872-1930s. A remarkable philatelic journey down memory lane, comprising four ca. 1925 "Marquette" albums jam-packed with many thousands, mint and used, with multiples, specialty pieces, etc., beginning with an excellent, comprehensive offering of Shield Issues; a taste of just the first volume shows used #1-11, 12-13 and 14-26 in generally better than usual condition and 65e, plus mint #52-61, 62, 63 (2), 64a, 65, 65d, 65A (mint and used), 68 imperforate, etc.; rather than creating a further wall of numbers, we can tell you that you will find emphasis on shades, perforation hole varieties, gutter pairs and blocks, various multiples, lots of premium early never hinged often available due to marginal examples, coil strips, marginal markings, booklet panes, excellent Semi-Postals, Airmails, Officials, and more; the Inflation Issues number countless hundreds of items, with mint and used examples, etc., generally Fine to Very Fine, an amazing lot that needs to be viewed for proper appreciation. Shipping charges apply - weight 16.6 lbs.
Estimate $6,000 - 8,000. (Video for this lot) (Video2 for this lot) (Video3 for this lot) (Video4 for this lot) (Video5 for this lot) (Video6 for this lot) (Image)

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Estimate $6,000-8,000
SOLD for $16,000.00
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2472 nh/og/O   imageGermany, Valuable Stock of Sought-After Souvenir Sheets, 1930-36. Neatly presented on Vario stockpages, a nice mint and used mix of these popular Reich items, beginning with the IPOSTA, Winter Aid 10th Anniversary and Ostropa sheets, and continuing through the Berlin Olympics; holding comprises #B33 (3 mint, 2 used, one of which on cover with additional 10pf red violet Ebert), B58 (4 mint), B68 (2 mint, 4 used), B90 (19 mint, 17 used), B91 (17 never hinged, 2 mint, 10 used), B92 (18 never hinged, 10 used) and B105 (6 never hinged, 2 used); a few condition issues, the OSTROPA sheets particularly toned, Fine to Very Fine with much better, inspection invited. Shipping charges apply - weight 1.8 lbs.
Estimate $3,000 - 4,000. (PDF for this Lot) (Image)

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Estimate $3,000-4,000
SOLD for $3,250.00
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2473 og   imageGermany, Exceptional and Comprehensive All-Mint Third Reich Collection, 1933-45. A splendid, clean and valuable collection keenly assembled in mounts on Lighthouse pages; begins with the 1933 Hindenburg issue (#401-414) and continues on to include #B49-B57, B50a-B55a, B58a, B59-B67, B68, C43-C45, C46-C48, and apparently complete through the Official issues; as a bonus, excellent Michel-listed Feldpost issues are present such as #5 Africa Corps, #13a U-boat, #8-10 and #12 Inselpost (all BPP-signed), etc.; a lovely, fresh holding that simply needs a new album, Fine to Very Fine or better, view the entire lot—and see just how super it is—on our website. Shipping charges apply - weight 2 lbs.
Estimate $3,000 - 3,500. (PDF for this Lot) (Image)

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2474 nh/og/O   imageGermany, Remarkable Mostly Mint Stock of Semi-Postals, 1926-45. A superb holding with tremendous value, neatly arranged in a binder of either Lighthouse or manila stockpages; vast majority is mint never hinged in multiples, either as sets of singles, blocks or part-sheets; note various Wagner se-tenants (Zusammendrucke), Olympics, numerous Winter Relief issues, Stormtroopers, some Coat-of-Arms issues, overprinted Bavaria sets, etc., and as an added bonus, tucked away in the back, are several pages of early Airmails (including Pigeons), Inflations, and even some cancelled souvenir sheets; remarkably fresh and sound, here's your opportunity to acquire a valuable, contemporaneously assembled stock with enormous catalogue value, Very Fine on the whole, imaged in full online.
Estimate $2,500 - 3,000. (PDF for this Lot) (PDF2 for this Lot) (Image)

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2475 og/O   imageGermany, Excellent Empire & Reich Collection, 1872-1933. Extremely comprehensive and overall mostly mint, neatly presented in mounts on Lighthouse pages; includes excellent coverage from the early Shields, to premium souvenir sheets and Back-of-the-Book with Airmails, plus additional premium in Michel-listed varieties; too many highlights to list them all, but we note used #8a, 11, 14, 15a, 19a, 25a, 36a, 49a, CL4 (Gelber Hund) and mint #21a, near-complete Inflations, 363-365, 366-384, States' Arms Semi-Postals, a remarkably fresh #B33, C20-C26, C27-C34, C35-C37, C38-C39, C40-C42, CL1-CL3, CL6 20pf E.EL.P. (1972 German Inst. for International Philately certificate), OL16-OL21, plus much more besides; light duplication and surprisingly few spaces blank make this the perfect collection on which to build, Fine to Very Fine with much better, well worth inspection in-person, or viewing online. Shipping charges apply - weight 1.2 lbs.
Estimate $1,800 - 2,200. (PDF for this Lot) (Image)

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SOLD for $1,900.00
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2476 nh/og/O   imageGermany, Exceptional Inflation Era Collection, ca. 1919-23. Inflations, hyper-Inflations, and more, in seven "books" of various sizes, three of them homemade and gathered on posts; a truly remarkable compilation, with regular issues, Airs, Officials, a few Semi-Postals, etc., fresh, clean and fully identified by Michel number (the earliest we spotted was #88); extensive marginal markings (both basic print and surcharge) including lower margin pairs with H-number imprints; one volume of corner margin singles; numerous plate and surcharge flaws/varieties identified, and so much more; most mint is marginal and hinged only in the selvage (a few items with additional stamp tucked under); Germanias se-tenant and tête-bêche, and more and more; sensational stock or a once-in-a-lifetime study source, Very Fine overall, a rarely encountered specialist's holding, nearly impossible to duplicate; take a look online.
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2477 nh/og/O   imageGermany, Attractive and Sound Airmail Stock Selection, 1912-38. On a mix of manila and Vario stockpages, with stamps sound and in bold color; note mint #C36 (11), C36-C37 corner margin blocks of four, C38-C39, C40 (11), C43, C45 margin pair, C59-C60 (5 never hinged blocks), and used #C35 (22), C36 (111), C37 (11), C40 (11), C41, C42 and quantities of C55-C56; also note mint #CL1-CL3, plus several etiquettes including "Via/Condor-Zeppelin", along with numerous Zeppelin-Eckener-Spende items and other Zeppelin-themed cinderellas (some reference); a lovely lot for the Zepp enthusiast or dealer, Fine to Very Fine or better, well worth a look.
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2478 og/O MC1-MQ3 vars imageGermany, A Multitude of Military Stamps, 1942-44 (Scott MC1-MQ3 vars). Fresh and bright compilation comprising basic issues plus various overprints, all neatly arrayed on Vario or manila stockpages, all duplicated in useful quantities; note various rouletted and perforated #MQ1 mint; #MQ1 with diagonal "INSELPOST" overprint, including a bottom margin block of four with inscription referencing the "Zigzag Teardrop" plus 18 used on piece (many with legible postmarks); #MQ1 with horizontal "INSELPOST" overprint; #MC1 mint in shades (including a top margin strip of 20) plus 25 used; #MQ2 with block of 15 and top margin strip of 20; #MQ3 top margin strip of 20 plus several used; three 3pf Hitler Heads overprinted "Feldpost" mint; numerous regular and Military issues overprinted "KURLAND", even some Italian and Italian Libya stamps (mint or used) picturing Hitler and Mussolini, Very Fine on the whole, an uncommon offering, especially in quantity.
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2479 cover   imageGermany, Third Reich Post and Postal Cards, 1934-1944. 130+ Nazi era cards four to a sleeve; about 35 were postally used and several have commemorative cancels but were not mailed; 1936 Olympics, cultural scenes, and WW II predominate; the graphic artistry is tremendous and while some aspects may be disturbing, the overall impression in breathtaking; worth examining, Fine. Shipping charges apply - weight 3.6 lbs.
Estimate $800 - 1,200. (Video for this lot) (Image)

Estimate $800-1,200
SOLD for $750.00
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2480 cover   imageGermany, Illustrated Postal Cards, 1933-1946. Presented in two Scott albums, a collection of over 200 commemorative postal cards, both mint & used, used with special cancels, includes 1933 Opening of the Reichstag, 1933 Get To Know Germany, 1934 Hindenburg Medallion, 1936 Completion of the Autobahn, 1939 Hitler's 50th Birthday, 1939 Strength Through Joy, 1939 Nuremberg Congress, 1940 Iron Cross Card, each card annotated, a terrific collection, inspect, Fine to Very Fine. Shipping charges apply - weight 8 lbs.
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2481 cover   imageGermany, Rare Komando Zeppelin Station Collection, 1915-1918. 17 extraordinary items worthy of exhibit written during the Great War; meticulous military and postal history accompanies each card; condition and selection of exceptional postal markings make this lot a true jewel; Kommando LZ-97 on oversized cover to Mannheim; Kommando LZ-39 card from Head-Rudderman to his girlfriend; Kommando LZ-90 by engineer at the station (card expertized by R Koerber); Kommando LZ-113 by Airshipman to his mother a month before the first flight; Kiommando LZ-103 from Head-Rudderman to his wife; "Fuhrer dr Marine Luftschiffe" scarce Kommando marking of Staff Officer Peter Wendt from Naval Airship Headquarters at Ahlhorn; Kommando Z-XII written by one of the very first Zeppelin Captains, Gerog Hacker; Kommando L-41 from the Zeppelin base at Ahlhorn in Oldenburg to the Zeppelin base at Norden in Ostfriesland written by Executive Officer Oblt Gruner (expertized by Hermann Sieger); Kommando LZ-77 written by crew member R Miller to fellow airshipman assigned to LZ-88; Kommando LZ-101 rare feldpost from German airship base in Jamboli Bulgaria, penned by Airshipman Albert Thasler; Kommando LZ-86 sent by crewmember Lt Renner who did not survive the war after the ship later hit the ground hard at high speed killing all on board; Kommando L-42 mailed by Zeppelin Commander Ehrlich to his wife; Kommando LZ-79 card dispatched during repairs between attacks during the war; Kommando LZ-98 from Zeppelin Captain Gerog Hacker to his son Wolfgang in Potsdam; personal envelope from Marine Engineer Peetz assigned to Peter Strasser addressed to Airshipman Max Macher in Tirol with rare "Fuhrer" marking; Zeppelin Commander Erich Sommerfeldt envelope written home from the Zeppelin base at Tondern; Kommando LZ-81 card posted in Dusseldorf in Jun 1916 by a member of the Zeppelin crew; a tremendous holding that requires the right home, Very Good to Excellent.
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2482 cover   imageGermany, Better Graf Zeppelin and Hindenburg Collection, 1931-1938. 39 attractive envelopes transported by LZ-127 and LZ-129 (with the exception of one from LZ-130); Sieger 280Ab from 10th South American Flight of 1934, On Board cancel from Oct 14th and proper cachet for the flight, franking includes 1RM red Zeppelin issue, envelope is official stationary of the Graf Zeppelin; Sieger 254A with high value 3M Ferdinand Zeppelin stamp (Scott C56) on Argentinienfahrt of 1934 with On Board cancel; Sieger 169AL specially printed card with Zeppelin picture on reverse, German stamps postmarked Danzig, includes on Board mark; street scene postcard transported from Vienna to Friedrichshafen by LZ-127; Sieger 100B airship flying over a lake with German stamps canceled in Chemnitz addressed to Antwerp; on Board cancel of 4RM stamp (Scott C37) on 1934 South American flight to Recife; German definitives on envelope from Wuppertal-Ronsdorf to Buenos Aires in 1934; Sieger 430Z postcard of the Hindenburg smoking room with On Board cancel from the 7th flight; Sieger 116B Austrian flight, 1M (Scott C35) with On Board postmark on postcard of airship over hangers; 1st North American flight in 1936 (Sieger 406D) showing the Hindenburg in flight; photo postcard of airships in flight with On Board Graf Zeppelin cancel from the last day of the flight Mar 29 1936; Sieger 112Ba return from Swabia flight, photo postcard of LZ-127 on ground but prepared for flight, Scott C26 postmarked Boblingen in 1931; portrait of the Count and his Zeppelin flown in 1929 to Holland (Sieger 41A); Saar flight (M 314Ab) from Saarbrucken to Friedrichshafen in 1933; Sieger 195A from the 9th South American Flight of 1932 with 80pf franking and orange cachet; postcard of Graf in flight (with some edge cracking), 2M (Scott C36) tied with 1931 On Board cancel and Rio receiving mark; 1931 South American Flight (Sieger 124Cb), Scott C37 tied by On Board cancel addressed to Rio de Janeiro; Zeppelin postcard showing mail being loaded into the Graf Zeppelin produced at Philatelic Exposition "Mophila" in Hamburg, On Board cancel of Scott C35 dropped over Zurich; Scott C44 (Century of Progress overprint) and make up postage on this beautiful Sieger 238Bc cover flown from Friedrichshafen to Chicago in 1933; DELAG postcard from the Italian Flight of 1933, flown over Rome and posted On Board May 29 for the drop at Livorno; Sieger 223A 4th South American Flight of 1933, posted at Giessen and on to Friedrichshafen arriving in Paraguay, franked with C35 and Eagles; Sieger 202A with C35 and definitives tied with On Board marks, destined for Brazil; very colorful stamps (count them, 7!) pay to move this 2nd South American Flight of 1933 (Sieger 214B) to Rio; On Board hand stamp ties C35 and definitives to this Sep 1933 flight (Sieger 232A) to Pernambuco; card with printed via Zeppelin Friedrichshafen ettiquete addressed to Recife-Pernambuco, 1M Zeppelin and 40pf regular issue tied by On Board cancel; 2M Lillenthal stamp cancelled at Pforzheim pays to Sao Paulo in Oct 1935, cover has been folded (but has a 100 Mark inflation note as a filler), envelope has a watermark of Zeppelin on the back flap (Sieger 324B); Jun 1932 flight to the Netherlands (Sieger 164B), On Board cancel of Eagles and dropped over Groningen; On Board franking on 1932 flight to England; wonderful commercial envelope addressed to a bank in Rio, airmail envelope shows partnership of Hamburg-America, Lufthansa and Condor sent in 1932; Sieger 105A card to Recife with On Board strike over German stamps; card dropped at Koln on doomed flight of the Hindenburg just before the transatlantic crossing to end at Lakehurst postmarked at Rhein Main and Koln; 1934 card postmarked Berlin in May 1934 addressed to Zurich; Sieger 101A flight to Hungary; better 1st South American Flight of 1931 with Scott C36 postmarked Berlin dropped at Praia in the Cape Verde Islands then back to Brauschweig Germany; Sieger 113 on Iceland Flight dropped over Reykjavik and franked with 2M Zeppelin issue; C35 postmarked Friedrichshafen in 1931 addressed to Copenhagen; Sieger 138A posted On Board (including a C35) and received the same day in Recife; sent from Berlin this Sieger 183B caught a connecting flight (cachet in red) and arrived in Asuncion Paraguay, 2M franking; On Board cancel of uprated postal stationary card on Deutschland Flight of 1934 (Sieger 246Aa), and lastly Sieger 456 flown on the Graf Zeppelin II on its flight into the Sudetenland and dropped at Reichenberg;an outstanding collection for the consumate Zeppelin collector, Fine to Very Fine.
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2483 cover   imageGermany, Wonderful Selection of Mostly Graf Zeppelin, 1928-1939. 25 better examples of LZ-127 with a stray ZR3 and LZ-130 thrown in; Sieger 41 commercial mail with Dutch cachet dropped in Amsterdam; Sieger 20 (Los Angeles) on card what appears to be a poem on the reverse (in German); two pieces tied with On Board marks in Apr 1929, one with C36 addressed to Seville and the other a postcard with a 1M Eagle dropped in San Remo during the Mediterranean Flight; commercial mail to the US from Germany on 1st North American flight franked with 4M Zeppelin stamp; postcard with 2M and letter with 4M (and nice Tydol Flying label) on Sieger 21B; Sieger 67 posted in Friedrichshafen and dropped near Bregenz Austria; Sieger 69Aa originated at the Berlin-Staaken airfield, then to Friedrichshafen and on to Magdeburg; Sieger 23Id postcard of airship in hanger with Apr 1929 On Board mark and dropped over Mannheim; Sieger 44B posted On Board on Spanish Flight of 1929 to Barcelona; Sieger 49B Frankfurf flight with On Board and private cachet postcard addressed to Sieger; 4M German Zeppelin stamp on Sieger 26A Interrupted American Flight; Sieger 43 dropped over Breslau; Dortmund Flight posted On Board (Sieger 77B); Sieger 72D Rhineland Flight of 1930 dropped at Koblenz; Sieger 463 stray Graf Zeppelin II cover with 7 colorful Nazi airmail stamps; Sieger 69Bb flight around Schlesien in Jun 1930 posted On Board and dropped at Gorlitz; Sieger 68Ab Deutschland Flight of 1930 posted On Board; Balkan Flight in 1929 (Sieger 42B) posted On Board and dropped over Bucharest; two cards (Sieger 84A) from the Russia Flight of 1930 (one posted On Board); On Board card with attractive cachet addressed to Helsinki; Sieger 57I flown from Germany and dropped over Seville Spain before redispatched by regular means back to Lakehurst; special Roessler card addressed to the American Counsul in Cairo (Sieger 63) frannked with 1M Eagle; a great assortment for the Zep lover, Fine to Very Fine.
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2484 cover   imageGermany, Great War Naval Detachment Mail, 1914-1918. 55+ seldom seen correspondance from Zeppelin bases during WWI; extensively documented better envelopes and cards from service personnel; Crewmember of LZ-39 writes from Warsaw Dec 1915; feldpost card from Norden dated Nov 1914; Lt Schonborn mails envelope Dec 1917 from feldpost no. 81 to Berlin; Apr 1915 East Prussian cover from Field-Flying Battalion no. 37 from an airman; Staff Officer of the Flying Troops dated 1915; KUK Field-Flyer and Pilots School from Technical Sergeant Feldwebel 1918; fine Royal Eagle marking on feldpost cover from the 21st Army Corp to Wiesbaden; Staff Officer of the Flying Personnel 8 Army registered feldpost letter 1916; airshipman writes from Marine Luftschiff Detachement at Fuhlsbuttel; posted twice sent in 1915 to glove factory in Kiel; Military Railroad Directory to Airship Batallion No. 1 with vignette that reads "God Punish England"; trio of correspondance from Machinist Mate Wilhelm Bruach to his father in 1914 from Wilhelmshaven and in 1915 from Dusseldorf (L-15) with the last dated Apr 1916 from an English POW camp, the airship had been hit by ground fire and an English destroyer picked up 17 survivors (including Brubach) after the Zeppelin fell into the sea; scarce card postmarked from a unit stationed in Brussels; 1916 Zeppelin base feldpost usage but with 30pf franking paid for Registry; remote posting from Allenstein (between Warsaw and Konigsberg), Very Good to Excellent. Shipping charges apply - weight 2.2 lbs.
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2485 og   imageGerman Post Offices Abroad, Fabulous Mint Collection, 1884-1919. A splendid and perfectly clean collection, highly comprehensive and keenly assembled in mounts on Lighthouse pages; includes a fantastic array of premium sets and singles such as China #1-6, 1c-6a, 24-35, 36b, 37-46, and 47-56; Morocco #1-6, 7-18, 19A, 20-32, 33-44, and 45-57; and Turkey #1-3, 5-6, 8-12, 12a, 13-23, 24B, 25-30, 31-42, 43-54, and 55-59; also included are numerous Forerunner usages from China cancelled either Tientsin or Shanghai, plus a Boxer Rebellion Feldpost cancel, plus Turkey Michel #V20, V29 and V37e (horizontal pair); beautiful and clean throughout, Fine to Very Fine+, be sure to enjoy the entire lot online.
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2486 og   imageGerman Colonies, Superb, Highly Comprehensive Collection, 1893-1919. A beautiful, perfectly assembled collection mounted on stunningly well-filled Lighthouse pages, mint with the exception of Forerunner usages; many areas complete, such as German New Guinea, German East Africa, German Southwest Africa (including Forerunner #47), Cameroon (including Forerunner #48d), Marshall Islands, Samoa, and Togo (with Forerunners #47d (pair), 48b and 50d); further highlights include Caroline Islands #1-6, 3a, 4a, 7-19 and 20-22; Kiautschou #1-3, 10-22 (#22 never hinged!), 23-30, and 33-42, along with Forerunners #V2 II (2), V3 I, V4 I and V6 I; and Marianas #11-16, 13a, 14a, 17-27 and 28-31; a stupendous lot needing just a handful of items to complete, and a dealer's perfect temptation for his or her clients, generally Fine to Very Fine+, fresh and bright throughout; be sure to review in-person or on our website—you will not be disappointed. Shipping charges apply - weight 1 lbs.
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2487 nh/og/O   imageDanzig, Clean and Extensive Stock Holding. On a mix of stockpages in a single binder, with regular issues, Semi-Postals, Airs and Officials all represented; includes never hinged #31, 32, 48, 193-199, 241-254 (5 sets including pairs, plus three used sets), strong mint and used 1937 souvenir sheets (all in useful quantities), Inflation issues, and more; many blocks marginal with a variety of inscriptions; wonderfully fresh, Fine to Very Fine with better throughout, a Danzig stock that won't tap out for some time; waltz on over to our website to see it all.
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2488 og 1920-39 imageDanzig & Memel, Highly Comprehensive Collection, 1920-39. Including Polish Offices in Port Gdansk as well; beautiful and exceptionally clean, all mint and mounted on Lighthouse pages; this stunning collection is complete less only Scott #44 and 47-48, and includes #26a-30a, 25b-30b, 25c-30c, some syncopated perforation types, Polish Offices 1K1-1K24, etc.; Memel is beautiful and comprehensive, highlighted by complete Lithuanian Occupations #N1-N114, plus #1-17, 18-29, 30-33, 50-92, C1-C7, C8-C19, etc.; a delightful lot with outstanding eye-appeal, Fine to Very Fine or better, inspection invited. Shipping charges apply - weight 1.8 lbs.
Estimate $1,000 - 1,500. (PDF for this Lot) (Image)

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Estimate $1,000-1,500
SOLD for $6,250.00
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2489 nh/og/O   imageSaar, Simply Sensational Stellar Stock, 1920-59. An outstanding holding presented on a mix of manila and Lighthouse stockpages, the manila pages fully identified by Scott; most duplicated in quantities up to ten, with a nice array of never hinged/mint and used; regular issues, Semi-Postals, Airs and Officials are all well-represented; some of the highlights are #CB1 (2 never hinged singles and corner block of four, plus 2 used), B64a never hinged and used, CB1a never hinged and used, B69-73 (two blocks of ten never hinged, some with coin daté), B77-B81 (blocks of ten never hinged), 289-308 singles, blocks of four and larger (some with plate number), French Occupation blocks of four (including 84pf Ney), 1920s-30s issues identified by types, and much, much more; wonderfully fresh and sound, though in need of some reorganizing, Fine to Very Fine with better throughout, this Saar is a safe bet; judge for yourself online or in-person.
Estimate $2,000 - 2,500. (PDF for this Lot) (PDF2 for this Lot) (Image)

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Estimate $2,000-2,500
SOLD for $2,200.00
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2490 nh   imageSaar, Large Sheet and Multiples Assembly. In three large binders plus a sheet file, an iron-clad compilation of blocks, part-sheets and full sheets as rarely encountered; grouped by Scott catalogue number in plastic sheet protectors, making stocking (and selling!) easy as pie; includes, among many others, #227 (3 sheets and block of four), 245 sheet, 247 (15 sheets), 249 (8 sheets plus block of four), 250-252 (6 sets of sheets), plus extensive Semi-Postals including #B91, N92-B94 and B96-B98; many CTO sheets, but even more mint, overall Very Fine, nothing plebeian about this Plebiscite; see for yourself online. Shipping charges apply - weight 11.8 lbs.
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Estimate $1,800-2,200
SOLD for $1,500.00
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2491 og   imageSaar, Amazingly Comprehensive Collection, 1920-59. Beautifully presented in mounts on Lighthouse pages, a splendid, clean and valuable all-mint holding; highlights include #1-17, 35-37, 38-39, 68-83, 85-98, 99-116, 120-135, 139-154, B1-B4, B5-B8, B9-B15, B16-B22, B23-B29, B30-B36, B37-B43, B44-B46, B47-B53, B54-B60, C1-C8, O1-O15, O16-O26, etc.; French Administration complete, including #B64a, B69-B73, C12, CB1a (never hinged!), and more; fresh and sound throughout, this is one lovely lot of this popular area, Fine to Very Fine+, a must-see collection. Shipping charges apply - weight 1.6 lbs.
Estimate $1,000 - 1,200. (PDF for this Lot) (Image)

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Estimate $1,000-1,200
SOLD for $1,400.00
Will close during Public Auction
2492 og   imageSaar, German Territory, League of Nations, and Germany, 1920-1958. Two binders with premium black stock pages containing MNH sets; 41-58, 65-67, 139-154, 155-171, 172-174, 175a-187a (signed twice), 188-196, 197-200, 201-202, 204-114, 215-220, 215-231, 232-245, 246-252, 253-261, 262-282, 289-308, 309-322, 816-822, C1-C12, B1-B4, B9-15, B16-22, B23-B29, B37-B43, B44-B46, B47-B53, B54-B60, B69-B73, B61-B68, B69-B76, B77-B83, B84-B88, B89-B116, B117-B126, CB1a and B64a present, O27-O38; MNH for the large sample we checked, significant catalog value here, just needs to be moved to a nice album, Very Fine. Shipping charges apply - weight 4.8 lbs.
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Estimate $800-1,200
SOLD for $1,200.00
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2493 og   imageSaar, Exceptional Accumulation of Key Singles and Sets All Mint, 1920-1957. An incredible thick stockbook with the value built in key items. For instance, 9 copies of Scott 38 all mint at $800 each. the scarce semi-postal set Scott B9-B15 is here with 24 mint sets at $436 each and two high-value B15 mint singles at $360 each plus a stock book loaded with more mint singles & sets. These two mentioned items are teh keys to any Saar collection and therefore always realize a hefty percentage of Scott. This is a unique opportunity. Some NH but also much lightly hinged. A couple of toned stamps but keys look nice and majority is f-VF with few faults. Generally F-VF.
Estimate $7,500 - 9,000. (PDF for this Lot) (Image)

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Estimate $7,500-9,000
SOLD for $6,750.00
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2494 nh/og   imageGermany, Superb Post-War Occupations Collection. An outstanding, all-mint collection in mounts in a Lighthouse album; supremely comprehensive with complete Berlin including #9N1-9N20, 9N21-9N34 (signed Schlegel BPP) and on, with #9NB3a through 1990; US, British and Russian Zones complete; Bizone "Carpet" and "Band" overprint types complete (#585A-633), basic Buildings complete, plus some Michel-listed varieties; French Zone complete including all souvenir sheets plus Michel varieties such as Baden #46 II, etc.; Post Office fresh throughout, Fine to Very Fine with better throughout, a stellar holding of this popular material; get a taste online. Shipping charges apply - weight 6.2 lbs.
Estimate $2,000 - 2,500. (PDF for this Lot) (Image)

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Estimate $2,000-2,500
SOLD for $2,000.00
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2495 nh/og   imageFrench Zone, Wonderfully Fresh Two-Volume Stock. Presented on manila stockpages in two binders; overwhelmingly mint (a handful of used sets thrown in), with much never hinged; volume one comprises Baden and Rheinland-Pfalz, while volume two is given completely to Württemberg; note premium souvenir sheets in quantity, multiples, and more; Baden includes #5N14-5N27 (two sets of blocks of four, plus lots of extra sets of singles), 5N28-5N40 (seven never hinged sets), 5NB1-5NB4 (cover plus two used sets); Württemberg highly complete with singles, pairs, blocks of four or more, some blocks (as with Baden) with printing date inscriptions; also includes a page of 1916 District, Official and regular issues; exceptionally bright and sound, this will spice up any stock, Very Fine on the whole, see the complete holding online. Shipping charges apply - weight 4.8 lbs.
Estimate $2,000 - 2,500. (Video for this lot) (Video2 for this lot) (Image)

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Estimate $2,000-2,500
SOLD for $2,600.00
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2496 og/O   imageBerlin, Early Overprints Stock Compilation. Lovely mix of mint and used with overprints in green, black and red, the mint all never hinged, all on manila stockpages; most everything present in full sets either in quantity or as multiples; includes #9N1-9N20 (6 used sets), 9N21-9N34 (10 used sets), 9N33 (24 used), 9N34 (17 used), 9N64-9N67 (2 mint sets, 7 used), plus additional loose values; all genuine cancels, including on-piece; fresh throughout and with massive catalogue value, Fine to Very Fine or better, all imaged online.
Scott approximately $32,500 Estimate $4,000 - 5,000. (PDF for this Lot) (Image)

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Estimate $4,000-5,000
SOLD for $2,200.00
Will close during Public Auction
2497 og   imageGermany: Berlin, A Comprehensive All Mint Collection, 1948-1980. A very complete collection of hundreds of mint, much is NH, sets and singles all neatly mounted in a Safe hingeless album. Beginning with Scott (9N1 all of the key sets are present and Souvenir Sheets including a NH 9NB3a. The Bear Sheet, NH Scott $1200. Many of the early sets are NH but all look fresh and sound, appears complete through 1980. A high quality collection perfect to breakdown for online resale as this is a collection which appears to be faultless. Well worth a bid. F-VF.
Estimate $1,000 - 1,200. (PDF for this Lot) (Image)

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Estimate $1,000-1,200
SOLD for $1,100.00
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2498 nh/og   imageGermany: Federal Republic, Beautiful, Complete Collection, 1949-2018. An outstanding collection housed in four Lighthouse hingeless albums (three pristine, volume 1 with springback broken); apparently complete to 2018, with all the better such as the sought-after 1949-50 issues complete (Marienkirche Semi-Postals lightly cancelled, all others mint), a brassy complete Posthorns set, 1954 (and later) Heuss issue, all of the early Europa issues, all three varieties of the 1pf Numeral, etc., etc., plus souvenir sheets, miniature sheets, some se-tenants and booklets…it's all here; early issues hinged or lightly hinged, later stamps never hinged, generally Very Fine, an overall solid collection, ready for continuation or sale. Shipping charges apply - weight 23.2 lbs.
Estimate $1,500 - 2,000. (PDF for this Lot) (Image)

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Estimate $1,500-2,000
SOLD for $1,700.00
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2499 nh 702-721 imageGermany: Federal Republic, A Happy Hodgepodge of Heuss Issues, 1954-60 (Scott 702-721). A solid compilation on one Vario-style and three manila stockpages, plus additional in glassines or loose; eight complete sets possible, an additional 12 sets to the 2DM value, plus many additional sets through the pfennig values or to the 1DM; many blocks marginal with accounting or plate numbers; fresh and sound throughout, o.g., never hinged, Very Fine.
Estimate $1,000 - 1,500. (PDF for this Lot) (Image)

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Estimate $1,000-1,500
SOLD for $600.00
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2500 nh   imageFederal Republic & Berlin, Substantial Collection of Multiples & Sheets, 1950-54. All Post Office fresh on a variety of stockpages, in glassines, and loose; numerous singles or pairs present, but the majority of items range from blocks of four (many marginal) to complete sheets of 50, with most material identified by Scott and ready for stocking; we note extensive Liberty Bells including overprints, Artists and Famous Men issues, plus Bund #B338-B341 as blocks of 25 (some separations), Berlin #9N81-9N83 (25 sets), 9N104 (45), 9NB8-9NB11 (sheets of 50), plus much more besides; the occasional used or CTO item has crept in, but overwhelmingly mint never hinged; a bit of a jumble that will take a little time to organize, but everything here is bright and clean, and offers the savvy buyer a wealth of salable material, Very Fine, get a taste online.
Estimate $2,000 - 3,000. (PDF for this Lot) (Image)

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Estimate $2,000-3,000
SOLD for $1,400.00
Will close during Public Auction
2501 nhbl   imageFederal Republic & Berlin, Substantial and Valuable Stock of Mint Sheets. An old-time stock compilation, running from about 1953 to the mid-1960s, comprising full or partial panes of various regular issues, Semi-Postals, etc.; nice balance of Bund and Berlin, with loads of Topical interest including Europas, Famous Germans sets, and more; stamps clean and sound throughout, though expect some selvage separations; enough material to satisfy the busiest dealer; it will keep you busy sorting for a while, but with long-term returns, generally Very Fine, inspection invited. Shipping charges apply - weight 9.4 lbs.
Estimate $2,000 - 3,000. (Image)

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Estimate $2,000-3,000
SOLD for $1,300.00
Will close during Public Auction
2502 og/Obl   imageGerman Democratic Republic, Scintillating Selection of Sheets. Several hundred complete sheets, partial sheets and blocks, most mint with some CTO or bearing commemorative cancel; includes numerous better, among which (never hinged unless noted) #51-52 (50+ each total as half-sheets #51, full pane #52, plus additional blocks of four); #92-93 (21 12pf, 31 24pf as blocks or pane); #137-140 and 143-145 (each block of 20 plus two full panes of 50); #141, 142 and 146 (full pane of 50 each); 148-150 (pane of 50 each); 216-223 (full panes); #478 (full panes mint plus expo-cancelled blocks); #B17-B21 and B22-B25 (top and bottom margin blocks of 10 each); #B21 (48 in various blocks); mint and cancelled Officials in multiples or part-sheets, etc., etc.; some separations, mainly in selvage only, with stamps themselves bright and sound, Fine to Very Fine with better throughout, an uncommon opportunity; inspection invited.
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Estimate $1,500-2,000
SOLD for $1,700.00
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2503 nh/og/O   imageGerman Democratic Republic, Sensational Early Issues Stock Selection. On stockpages and on glassines, a wonderful old-time stock of East Germany, with nearly everything in quantity; particularly strong in souvenir sheets, with Goethe (mint and used), Marx & Engels Year (perforated and imperforate, mint and used), Schiller Year (mint and used), International Liberation Day (used), Martyrs Semi-Postal (mint and used), 1954 Stamp Expo (mint), Debria (mint and used), etc., plus multiple sets of China/Mao, plus Oldenburg Red Cross souvenir sheets, Thüringen Reconstruction sheet plus cross-gutter block with each of the four sheet singles, 1945 Christmas sheets and singles, National Theater sheets, and more besides; expect a few bent corners on some souvenir sheets, but generally fresh and sound, with more than enough material ready for immediate sale to reward a little time sorting, Very Fine on the whole, inspection invited.
Estimate $1,200 - 1,600. (Image)

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Estimate $1,200-1,600
SOLD for $1,300.00
Will close during Public Auction

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