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Germany
LotNo. Symbol CatNo. Lot Description
605   imageGerman States, Stately Mint & Used Collection, 1849-1923, In the three volumes, the core collection being in a beautiful, like-new hingeless Lighthouse album with slipcase. Many scarce items to be found throughout; here are just some of the highlights as mounted: Baden used #2-4, 6-9, 10-14, 26-28, and unused LJ1-3, Bavaria used 3, 4-8, 9-14, 17-22, 28a, 31-32, 37, 38-47, 48-57, 82-89, 270A, and unused 15-16, Brunswick used 6, 8-9, 11, Hamburg used 3, 6, and unused 9-12, Hanover used 3, 11-13, 22-23, Lubeck unused 2-5, Mecklenburg-Schwerin used 2, 5, 8, Mecklenburg-Strelitz unused 1, 6, North German Confederation used 1-11, 12, 13-22, O6-8, Oldenburg used 1-2, 6, 13, unused 9, 21-25, Prussia used 2-5, 6-7, 27, Saxony used 2, 3-8, 9-13, 18-20, Thurn & Taxis used 1, 3, 5-7, 9-12, 15, 20, 42-46, 50, Wurttemberg used 1-5, 9-11, 13-17, 22, 34-39, 41-45, 48, 52, 54, etc. In addition, a partially filled two-volume set from Richard Borek with each page acting as a certified copy of the mounted stamp along with the corresponding Michel number. Condition will certainly vary and some will only be considered space fillers but many nice examples nevertheless, and overall in Fine condition, collection viewable online. Shipping charges apply - weight 20 lbs. (PDF for this Lot) (PDF2 for this Lot) (PDF3 for this Lot) (PDF4 for this Lot) (PDF5 for this Lot) (Image)

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606   imageGerman States, Prussian Postal History & Bavarian Postal Stationery, 1849-1921, We begin with an 80-page presentation of around 100 covers, many of them stampless, of the postal history of Prussia with a specific focus on Coeln (Cologne). Entirely annotated and featuring the stamps of not only Prussia, but the North German Confederation and later on, the German Empire itself. Many foreign usages and overseas as well. Equally intriguing is an assemblage of nearly 400 pieces of Bavarian postal stationery, most of it used; in addition to the regular envelopes and postal cards, you'll find Kartenbriefe, Postanweisungen, even some Privatganzsachen. Click on the link for additional images and video, overall Fine to Very Fine. Shipping charges apply - weight 10 lbs. (PDF for this Lot) (Video for this lot) (Video2 for this lot) (Image)

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607   imageGermany, Crown and Eagle Collection of Mint and Used, 1872-1945. a stunning collection with much better MNH, some mint hinged and used stamps of the ever popular German Reich, includes combinations, plate flaws, also some Danzig and other Plesbiscites, owners Catalogue value exceeds 50,000 euros, and it is priced here at a fraction of its value, have a look at this baby online, generally Fine to Very Fine. Shipping charges apply - weight 7.9 lbs. (PDF for this Lot) (Image)

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608   image1915-18, German Forces in the Middle East including Palestine, 3-volume collection, marvelous collection of 109 covers starting with a 1915 "forerunner" then a strong group of bi-lingual German FPOs (Bale Type FPO-G1, #M4-9) followed by another impressive group of banner FPOs (Bale Type FPO-G2,#M11-14) including 8 covers incoming to Palestine + 3 Wiegel forgeries and a bogus cover; this collection is presented in chronological order, rather than by FPO #, in order to more clearly follow the troop movements, a wonderful basis for an important collection, well written up, must be seen to appreciate, Very Fine to Extremely Fine. Shipping charges apply - weight 14.2 lbs. (Video for this lot) (Video2 for this lot) (Video3 for this lot) (Image)

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609   imageGermany Mint Collection, 1872/1948, in a nicely filled Scott album and including post WW II Allied Occupation issues, huge percentage of the sets, singles and S/S are NH and with premium throughout including 20 NH, 56-63 NH, 330-36 NH, 401-14 NH, 415-31 NH, 444-45 NH, 452-58 NH, 463-585 NH, B15-18 NH, B25-32 NH, B38-41 NH, B44-48 NH, B93-101 NH, B174-90 NH, B191-293 NH, O80-103 NH, S1-22 NH, etc., gum without the typical minor disturbances or fingerprints often seen, fresh and F-VF. Shipping charges apply - weight 3.8 lbs. (PDF for this Lot) (PDF2 for this Lot) (Image)

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610   imageGermany, Empire up to Inflation Postal History, 1894-1923, approx 450 better covers, postal cards, parcel receipts, and wrappers individually sleeved by a key German specialist who annotated each with catalog numbers (Mi 98-Mi 199), rate information, special services, and Rate Periods; begins with Rate Period 1 and a Neutral Person addressed to Prisoner of War Bureau, Russian Section in Bern; bulk mailing handstamp, extensive meters, Proof of Delivery, Postal Matter, Postage Due, Emergency Measures, overlapped Express package to Sweden, double weight international rate, domestic printed matter, local unsealed, automatic vending machine (local rate), foreign rate to Turkey, intercity Mourning printed matter, international rate to British Guiana, foreign 1st Class to Finland, and much more; all appear clean and in great condition; the pair of Mi 117 with plate numbers on commercial cover and the Mi 131 newspaper rate are worth the price of admission, Very Fine. Shipping charges apply - weight 12.6 lbs. (PDF for this Lot) (Image)

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611   imageGermany, Almost All Mint Never Hinged Collection, 1872-1945, This collection, in a hingeless Davo album, begins with a powerful first page of Imperial Eagles, fresh looking, on the whole very well-centered, and most with very legible c.d.s.'s, a few socked right on the nose! Used until ca. 1919, then all mint and almost all never hinged, and we know, especially for Germany, how this dramatically effects catalogue value. Better mint include #340-343, 366-384, 432-435, 442-443, 444-445, 446-447, 448-451, 459-462, B8-B11, B15-B18, B23-B27, B33, B38-B41, B58, B79-B81, B91-B92, B93-B101, B102-B106, B107-B115, B123-B131, B134-B136, B141-B143, B173, B292-B293, C38-C39, O62-O79, OL16-OL21, S1-S11, and Danzig #241-254. Spectacular collection, yet still room for expansion, generally Fine to Very Fine, video flips available online. Shipping charges apply - weight 5 lbs. (Video for this lot) (Image)

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612   imageGermany, Specialized Inflation Period Stock, 1923, 500 exquisitely described better covers during the German fiscal collapse; advanced exhibitor stock with virtually every item sleeved and annotated for frankings, rate period, and services (the data alone is invaluable); Domestic Printed Matter (Rate Period 18), Domestic Intercity 1st Class (Rate Period 18), Domestic Intercity (Rate Period 19), Foreign letter to US (Rate Period 18), Mi 276 (2) Local (Berlin) double weight (Rate Period 18), Domestic Intercity letter (Rate Period 17), International letter to Switzerland (Rate Period 16), Mi 282II Domestic Intercity 1st Class (Rate Period 16), Mi285 (5) Local double weight (Rate Period), Mi 288 Domestic Intercity 1st Class (Rate Period 19), Mi 292 Domestic Intercity Registered (Rate Period 19), Mi 295 (16) Registered Intercity (Rate Period 19), Mi 297 (35) Commercial Intercity double weight (Rate Period 21), Mi 297 (25) Registered Intercity letter (Rate Period 20), Domestic Intercity postcard (Rate Period 19), Mi 305 Domestic postcard (Rate Period 19), Mi 309 (3) International Printed Matter to Switzerland (Rate Period 21), 313A (20) Domestic Intercity letter (Rate Period 21), Mi 316 (10) Intercity postcard (Rate Period 22), Mi 317 (4) Registered International to Holland with censor tape (Rate Period 20), Mi 318A Foreign 1st Class to Syria (Rate Period 22), Mi 319 (50) Domestic Intercity 1st Class letter (Rate Period 23), Mi 321B Domestic postcard (Rate Period 23), Mi 321 (40) Domestic Local delivery charge and return receipt (Rate Period 23), and much more; some valuable covers and in wonderful condition, Fine to Very Fine. Shipping charges apply - weight 13.2 lbs. (Image) (Image2) (Image3) (Image4) (Image5)

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613   imageGermany, Deutches Reich (Watermarked) Postal History, 1905-1911, 150+ lovely envelopes, cards, and parcel receipts from the 1905 Series (Mi 83-Mi 93) on black pages in a 3 ring binder as well as vertical mint strips of 11 for the 3pf, 10pf, 20pf, 25pf, 30pf, 40pf, and 50pf values; local postcard with Bickardike machine cancel, French Postage Due with powerful "surtaxed" hand stamp, Mourning envelope with beautiful penmanship, bisect to Dresden, stunning Mourning envelope/announcent (border is 15mm), spectacular flag cancel study, mail to Sweden, Finland, China, New Zealand, Austria, Belgium, specialty filter paper samples with envelope and perfin, postcard to Jamaica, Germany to Smyrna (Autrian PO with contents), Leipzig to New Zealand via San Francisco postage due, terrific US postage due with outanding markings, letters to Capetown and Paris, American Consular Service to Martinique, commercial to Honolulu, Registered Saargemund to England, postal receipt to Mexico and Turkey; a very particular specialist, Very Fine. Shipping charges apply - weight 5.4 lbs. (Video for this lot) (Image)

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614   imageGermany, War Printings & Post War Postal History, 1915-1919, 175+ envelopes, postal cards, parcel receipts, and wrappers from the Great War and slightly after on black pages in a 3 ring binder; stray Mi 86 Id with Jaschke-Lantelme cert, wrapper to Budapest, commercial to Prague, illegal postal stationery cutout flagged by postal authorities, postcard to Constantinople, Inland Express to Dresden, British censor on letter to Switzerland, International 1st Class (Switzerland) double weight short paid with great Postage Due, "Due to Outbreak of War, Not Forwarded", 1916 letter sent through Diplomatic Pouch with German stamp cancelled in Washington DC, several "Adversity" envelopes, Prisoner of War parcel labels, Russian Economic Commission to Berlin, local letter (Rate Period 5), Express to Denmark with twin censor tapes, C.O.D. form with 60pf franking, 1919 Registered from Wesseling to US with British censor tape, domestic letter sheet 60pf, domestic C.O.D. card 60pf (Rate Period 5), Registered mail from US Army officer to bank in Baltimore (1920 AEF Occupied Germany), outer wrapper and letter for blockade running private submarine "Bremen" with proper frankings, and much more, Very Fine. Shipping charges apply - weight 5.8 lbs. (Video for this lot) (Image)

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615   imageGermany, Outstanding Postal History Stock, 1866-1940, about 500 great items in wonderful condition; the consignor was a a true connoisseur who collected and exhibited very interesting material; 1895 "money" letter, Registered envelope to the German General Counsel in Seoul, mixed franking forward from London to Brussels, 1902 to Lima, 1906 Aden picture postcard with Suez and Manila postmarks, 1919 card (Printed Matter) to Netherlands Antillies, 1915 front from US Embassy in Berlin to the US received in Diplomatic Pouch, 1915 International Red Cross Swiss POW ID label on cover, turn of the century letter and postcard to Singapore, 1914 picture postcard to Hungary, Registered Hamburg to Hamilton, 1876 Registered to California via Overland Mail, 1920 Leipzig to Honolulu, 1920 from Stuttgart to Member of Congress, Postage Due to Italy, Registered Aachen to Archangel, 1904 to Argentina, picture postcard to Patagonia, 1902 to Cape Colony, 1911 Metz to Buenos Aires, 1908 to Orange River Colony, 1913 Petersdorf to Manila, Dusseldolf to Bombay, 1924 Berlin to Manchuria via Siberia, 1915 postcard to Venezuela, WWII Berlin to Lisbon with censor tape, 1936 from Bochum to Pretoria, 1939 Airmail to Auckland Postage Due, 1935 Airmail Berlin to London to Brindisi to Darwin, 1876 package label to Peking, Registered Munchen to Montreal via Holland, 1934 Berlin to San Paulo, 1929 Air letter sheet to Paraquay, 1925 Oldenburg to Port of Spain, 1939 Berlin to San Salvador, 1919 Registered Munster to Denmark, 1919 Airmail commercial Special Delivery, 1920 Berlin to Osaka, 1920 Berlin to New York with Germany Currency Control Label, and more; great material, Fine to Very Fine. Shipping charges apply - weight 8.6 lbs. (Image) (Image2) (Image3) (Image4) (Image5)

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616   imageGermany, Throes of Hyperinflation Postal History, 1922-1923, about 500 quality envelopes and postal cards selected for condition and better postal markings; each is individually sleeved and written up for catalog number, services provided, and Rate Period; Mi 200a Domestic letter (Rate Period 7), Mi 200b (2) scarce multi-franking (Rate Period 9), Mi 201 (2) International letter (Rate Period 8), Mi 201 (2) Foreign 1st Class to Chile (Rate Period 8), Mi 202 Foreign letter to Mexico (Rate Period 7), Mi 207I Express letter to Italy (Rate Period 10), Mi 208I (3) Registered (Rate Period 13), Mi 209 (7) Domestic expertized postcard (Rate Period 15), Mi 209 Receipt for postal expenditures (Rate Period 4th Q 1923),Mi 217b (2) Domestic Intercity letter (Rate Period 9), Mi 222c (6) Domestic Intercity postcard (Rate Period 15), Mi 222 (90) Local letter double weight (Rate Period 17), Mi 224a (10) Domestic Package (Rate Period 8), Mi 224 (50) Intercity letter (Rate Period 13), Mi 224a (20) Intercity postcard (Rate Period 13), Mi 225 (2) Special Delivery Intercity (Rate Period 8), Mi 225 Registered 1st Class Intercity (Rate Period 12), Mi 227a (46) Domestic double weight Registered (Rate Period 13), Mi 229II (15) expertized Domestic postcard (Rate Period 14), Mi 236 (4) Domestic Intercity letter (Rate Period 13), Mi 240 (12) parcel tag make-up rate (Rate Period 13), Mi 240 (50) Registered Intercity (Rate Period 14), Mi 244a Printed Matter double weight wrapper (Rate Period 13), Mi244a (3) Local letter Dog Tax document last day of rate (Rate Period 14), Mi 269 (40) Local (Rate Period 16), Mi 261b (6) Intercity postcard (Rate Period 17), Mi 269 probable coil Registered Domestic Printed Matter (Rate Period 15), and much more; numerous Last Day of Rate material noted; phenomenal for dealer or specialist, Fine to Very Fine. Shipping charges apply - weight 13 lbs. (Image) (Image2) (Image3) (Image4) (Image5)

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617   imageGermany, Deutsches Reich (Unwatermarked) Postal History, 1902, 100+ Germania unwatermarked exemplar covers, wrappers, postal cards, and parcel documents on black pages in a 3 ring binder, as well as hundreds of stamps (Mi 68-Mi 71) highlighting town cancels and premium postal markings; uprated postal cards, Mi 69I plate flaw with Wurttemberg 3 ring cancel on cover, wonderful town cancel study, splendid US-German friendship postcard to Amsterdam, US Postage Due, stunning Advertising envelopes and postcards, 20pf with Official postmark on document, unusual rate 27pf for local postcard rate plus Express, lots of commercial including Registered Deutche Bank Palestine to Paris; hundreds of stamps including mint, unused, and postally used with better town cancels including a dozen 3pf DF plate flaws mint and used; outstanding coverage for this issue, Very Fine. Shipping charges apply - weight 4.4 lbs. (Video for this lot) (Image)

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618   imageGermany, Key Specialist Postal History Stock, 1870-1985, about 500 envelopes and postal cards predominently from the Empire period through better modern; most in clear sleeves and virtually all in superior condition, these pieces were used for research and to build philatelic exhibits; all could be offered at a premium due to better frankings and great postal markings; none appear philatelic, Fine to Very Fine. Shipping charges apply - weight 9.2 lbs. (Image) (Image2) (Image3) (Image4) (Image5)

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619   imageGermany, Better Classic Postal History Collection, 1873-1933, approx 400 envelopes and postal cards, many with accompanying internet and auction receipts; consignor meticulous about condition and a serious specialist in the German collecting community; turn of the century Registered "money letters", early Airmail to Zurich, collection of 1900-1906 Revenue stamps, Pneumatic Mail, 1905 Registered to Athens, Railroad Post, Registered Mainz to Bystrica, wrappers to US, 1919 Revenue documents, Mi 255 (9) Foreign Postcard to Belgium (Rate Period 16), 1919 censored Domestic Intercity (Rate Period 2), 1922 Advertising cover Leipzig, stunning 1897 return seal letter, Europa Catapult cover, commercial mail returned from Constantinople, Postage Due to Belgium, mail carried on SS Lusitania, 1888 Markoebel to Santiago, Inflation wrapper last day of rate 11/30/23, 1890 Swiss Postage Due, 1908 Registered Kiel redirected (Registered Exchange) to UK, dozens of examples of early Express Mail, 1919 German Currency Control/Sweden Postage Due, 1923 commercial to Buenos Aires, 1901 postcard to Montevideo, 1895 Mourning cover to Capetown, 1905 to Russia, 1935 Airmail to Tanganjika, postcard returned from Mexico City, 1907 postcard forwarded from Shanghai to Nokohama, 1915 Illistrative commercial envelope to Norway censored and delayed, 1908 postcard from Worms to US Naval Sation Philippines Islands, and much more, Fine to Very Fine. Shipping charges apply - weight 8.8 lbs. (Image) (Image2) (Image3) (Image4) (Image5)

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620   imageGermany, "Trillions in Face" Inflationary Mint Sheet Collection, 1923, Hundreds upon hundreds of full sheets from the post-WWI inflationary period, both regular and officials. And we are not used to seeing so many in fine condition, as a large portion of this holding is in sheet protectors. One can only imagine what the total face value on this lot could be; who knows, if the Reichsmark was still a valid currency, there might be enough here to pay off the U.S. deficit! generally Fine to Very Fine, a few additional photos online but best inspected on-site. Shipping charges apply - weight 30.8 lbs. (PDF for this Lot) (Image)

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621   imageGermany, Specialist Collection of Postal History, 1867-1923, approx 400 wonderful covers, postal cards, and parcel receipts from Empire to Inflation; 1997 Registered to Scottland, 1913 Tucks card to Cuba, 1934 uprated postal card to Amsterdam with Mourning border, Prussia (Scott # 11 (3)) Berlin to Dresden, Mi 225 Express double weight (Rate Period 7), several stampless folded letters from Berlin, 1901 postal card to Cape Colony, 1894 to Russia, 1890 Berlin to Riga, 1905 postal card to Dar es Salaam, 1937 Berlin to Istanbul, 1916 postcard to Belgrade, numerous German States folded letters, 1890 wrapper to Brussels, and more, Fine to Very Fine. Shipping charges apply - weight 6.6 lbs. (Image) (Image2) (Image3) (Image4) (Image5)

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622   imageGermany, "Fun with Inflation" Part I Mint Collection, 1923, No one likes inflation, except maybe a stamp collector. In Germany, the years following WWI saw inflation running rampant and things finally blew up in 1923 when even a wheelbarrow full of money could barely cover the cost of a loaf of bread. Stamps were feverishly surcharged in an effort to keep up with inflation, and as you can imagine, not every printing went according to plan. This lot in two binders is loaded with surcharge varieties, some listed in Michel, others not. Featuring both flat plate & rotary printings, there are plenty of corner margin copies, pairs and blocks of various sizes with HAN numbers, row values, plate numbers, and sheet serial numbers or marginal control numbers. There are wildly misplaced surcharges, surcharge errors, such as MiNr. 332 DD I, which is a 10-billion surcharge on top of an already-existing 5-billion surcharge, and this one is both signed and has an accompanying certificate. Other errors too, like MiNr. 334 APF, which is a 10-billion surcharge on the 10-million stamp. There are plate variations, color shades, and undoubtedly plenty more to be discovered. From the looks of it, most of it is never hinged, especially the blocks and strips, generally Fine to Very Fine, this collection may be viewed in its entirety online. Shipping charges apply - weight 3.6 lbs. (PDF for this Lot) (PDF2 for this Lot) (Image)

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623   imageGermany, "Fun with Inflation" Part II Mostly Mint Collection, 1923, We continue our series on the inflationary stamps of Germany with this collection beginning with Scott #280, the 500,000 Mark stamp, which quite incredibly is the lowest denomination in the set! Two binders present a seemingly endless parade of mostly never hinged mint singles, pairs, strips and blocks, many of which have either row values, plate numbers, marginal inscriptions or the highly-collectable HANs (Hausauftragsnummern), which can be best translated as a "print shop job order". Listed in Michel, you'll find a slew of them, as well as many other items of interest now listed in Scott, such as #282a, a color variety, plate varieties, like 286a, and perf varieties, an example of which is 297a as an imperf pair. Shifted values, omitted values, even inverted values, such as 289b. Misperfs and double perforations, errors, such as MiNr. 314 APF (one stamp missing value in a strip of five), and some privately done surcharges from the so-called "Rheinische Republik" as footnoted in Michel. An absolute treasure trove for the specialist! generally Fine to Very Fine, this collection may be viewed in its entirety online. Shipping charges apply - weight 6.2 lbs. (PDF for this Lot) (PDF2 for this Lot) (PDF3 for this Lot) (Image)

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624   imageGermany, Pneumatic Post that Rohred, 1876-1945, 200+ envelopes and postal cards transported by Rohrpost, German pneumatic tube mail; includes Express mail, uprated postal cards, fascinating auxiliary markings, commercial, Official, and Registered mail; references include The Berlin Rohrpost (Smart), Germany: The Berlin Pneumatic Post (Duggan copy from The London Philatelist), and an article from The American Philatelist; an exhibit or popular online stock for a dealer, Fine to Very Fine. Shipping charges apply - weight 3.8 lbs. (Image) (Image2) (Image3) (Image4) (Image5) (Image6) (Image7)

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625   imageGermany, "Fun with Inflation" Part III Mostly Mint Collection, 1921-23, This installment of the inflationary stamps of Germany begins innocently enough with the 1921 issue and denominations from 5 pfennig to 20 marks. However, things would very quickly spiral out of control, and before you could even say "Fahrvergnügen", denominations were already in the thousands. This collection in two binders consisting of mostly mint never hinged presents these stamps as singles, strips and blocks of various sizes. Many with HAN numbers, crazy misperfs, imperf singles & pairs of #187 and others, plate varieties, such as MiNr. 241 I, 258 IX, and 213 I with certificate. We have numerous gutter pairs, coil end strips, encased postage stamps, various color shades, some dramatically higher in catalogue value, such as a never-hinged copy of 169a with certificate, and some other unusual items, like a pair of 203 with blank field (signed Peschl). An absolute joy to thumb through and a welcome addition to any German collection, generally Fine to Very Fine, this collection may be viewed in its entirety online. Shipping charges apply - weight 8.4 lbs. (PDF for this Lot) (PDF2 for this Lot) (PDF3 for this Lot) (PDF4 for this Lot) (Image)

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626   imageGermany, Eclectic Mostly Mint Collection, 1919-26, In one binder and mostly mint never hinged singles, strips and blocks of various sizes of the Germania issue, "Deutsches Reich" overprints on stamps of Bavaria, the National Assembly commemoratives and the first set of airmails. Numerous examples of the elusive HAN numbers, color varieties, such as #121c never hinged with certificate, plate varieties, like MiNr. 126 II in a corner margin strip of five, which has '28' instead of '18' for its row value or the infamous "unbedeckte Brust" variety of the same issue (MiNr. 130 IV). Some vertical gutter pairs of Bavaria 267 & 270 (MiNr. 130ZS & 133ZS) and imperfs of the same series, 266-67, 269 (2), 270, 272, as well as 124b with certificate. Many more items of interest, like a specimen of 132, a pair with inverted surcharge and unpriced in Scott (133b), encased postage stamps, and a number of pages with privately produced propaganda and advertising overprints. If you've been wanting to spruce up your German collection, this is it, generally Fine to Very Fine, this collection may be viewed in its entirety online. Shipping charges apply - weight 4 lbs. (PDF for this Lot) (PDF2 for this Lot) (Image)

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627   imageGermany, "All Together Now!", Mint Zusammendrucke & Booklet Panes, 1916-21, In one binder, an exciting and captivating lot of pairs, strips and blocks of Zusammendrucke. There are tête-bêche and gutter pairs, many full booklet panes, and numerous blocks and strips with HAN numbers. Better se-tenants, such as MiNr #S21F and many unusual items, like MiNr. RL6F (Randstück mit Leerfeld), which is best translated as a margin copy with empty field, and KZ4F, a tête-bêche Zusammendruck with gutter, and all of these with certificates! Grab a Michel catalogue and see what the excitement is all about! generally Fine to Very Fine, this collection may be viewed in its entirety online. Shipping charges apply - weight 2.2 lbs. (PDF for this Lot) (Image)

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628   imageGermany & Austria, Astounding Revenue Holding, 1855-1930s, Something else you don't see everyday, German revenues, at least not in this quantity, with stacks on original documents and many full sheets. Larger offerings from Prussia and Hessen, but other areas too, like Bavaria, Alsace-Lorraine, and an entire folder of Austria from the second half of the 19th century. You'll find them on passports, bank statements, insurance papers, even a hunting license from 1910. Hundreds more singles, both used & unused, many on piece, and a wide range from income tax to vacation stamps. Even for those well-versed in German revenues, there is surely much to be discovered and savored, generally Fine to Very Fine, numerous images online. Shipping charges apply - weight 12.2 lbs. (PDF for this Lot) (Video for this lot) (Image)

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629   imageGermany, Mostly Full Sheets with Coil Strips of Eleven, 1916-23, You've probably seen it before, full sheets of German inflation stamps, which at the time was hardly worth the paper it was printed on. And over the past century, the sheets we do see usually suffer partial separations, curling, sticking together, and the inevitable damage to its outer stamps. Then a lot like this comes along where extra care was obviously taken over the years; of the 200 or so full sheets, over half are fresh looking with undisturbed gum and perforations intact. There's #108, 114, 115-16, 118-28, 130, 133-35, B3-4, C1-2, and many, many more including blocks of various sizes. And if you're also into coils, there are over 60 Elferstreifen (strips of 11) here, including #97-98 as a Zusammendruck, 118-25, 127-32, 177-84, as well as some coil end strips, generally Fine to Very Fine, just promise if you win the lot, you will take equal care of it as the previous owner did. Shipping charges apply - weight 20.4 lbs. (Video for this lot) (Video2 for this lot) (Image)

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630   imageGermany, Alder and Germania Postal History, 1899-1901, 100+ remarkable covers, postal cards, and parcel receipts with the 1900 Germania definitives (Mi 53-Mi 62) and the issues immediately proceeding and follow it on black pages in a 3 ring binder; uprated postal cards to Singapore and Milano, mixed Alder and Germania to Sweden, England, and Costa Rica, triple rate "via Genua Buenos-Aires y los Andes", Express letters, Mi 53 commercial local use, town and auxiliary marking study, mail to Denmark and Eritrea, Registered Printed Mater (unusual rate 3pf + 20pf registration), experimental Bickerdike machine cancels, mixed franking with British postage, Official mail requiring postage for local delivery, return receipt for postal money order, lovely cover to Nagasaki, Mourning cover forwarded with postage due, Registered postcard to Alexandria, Offices in China postcard postmarked Kiautschou, attractive Jaffa postmark, Offices in Shanghai commercial via Vaucouver to Levi Strauss in San Francisco (with Steuer cert), Registered to Algeria, superior Berlin cancels, double weight Registered, foreign package card, insured letter to Morovia, Registered to The Netherlands and Belgium; exceptional condition and postal interest, Very Fine. Shipping charges apply - weight 4.8 lbs. (Video for this lot) (Image)

Estimate $1,000-1,500
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631   imageGermany, Shield Issue Postal History, 1872-1881, 120 better covers and cards franked with the Imperial Eagle in a pair of Lighthouse cover albums; nice examples of uprated postal cards, interesting destinations and great postal markings; small and large shield examples including Mi # 2, 3, 4, 5, 7, 8, 10, 17, 18, 19, 20, 23, 24, and 26 consignor was known stickler for superior condition; frankings catalog $2,000+ alone, Very Fine. Shipping charges apply - weight 4.2 lbs.
Michel 1//10, 16//26. (Video for this lot) (Video2 for this lot) (Image)

Estimate $1,000-1,500
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632   imageGermany, Advanced Collector Postal History Holdings, 1872-1933, 350+ individually sleeved Empire up to Inflation Period; to Melborne Victoria and returned, uprated postal cards, WWI censor mail, Royal Business handstamp with confirming signature, Chairmain of Income Tax Assessment with government seal, US Consulate at Barmen, uprated commercial postal card to Finland, newspaper wrappers to the US, 1903 postal card to Nassau trying to buy Specimen overprinted stamps, WWII mail to Istambul with censor tape on all 4 sides, unused Pneumatic Mail postal card, numerous banking "Money" letters, Mi 293 (20) paying Domestic Intercity (Rate Period 20), folded court document (Rate Period 20), International Letter to Transvaal (Rate Period 25), Foreign to US for mere 6 weeks (Rate Period 8), Special Delivery with unexplainable rate (Rate Period 7), 1898 Reichpost 20pf tied Shanghai IJPO, Mi 253a (22) Domestic double weight 1st Class with roller cancel (Rate Period 16), Mi 95 (8) International Registered to Switzerland (Rate Period 1), Mi 208 (10) Domestic Intercity 1st Class (Rate Period 14), International Mourning announcement (Rate Period 27B), Domestic postcard 3 weeks for Intercity (Rate Period 9), Mi 87IId Foreign to US (Rate Period 4), Mi 126 (2) Foreign to Switzerland (Rate Period 6), Grand Ducal Affairs Mourning envelope, and many more; bonus 1815 War Rate US folded letter; much to explore here, Fine to Very Fine. Shipping charges apply - weight 6.6 lbs. (Image) (Image2) (Image3) (Image4) (Image5)

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633   imageGermany, Better Postal History Collection, 1873-1938, about 110 better envelopes and postal cards; Mi 163II International Printed Matter (Rate Period 7), Mi 187 Local (2) (Rate Period 9), 1908 to Chile, 1858 Charlottenburg boxed single line on folded letter, 1902 picture postcard to Montevideo, uprated postal card Airmail to Paris, Postage Due to Austria, 1903 Postage Paid Reply attached, Express Mail postcard (Rate Period 5), Postage Due postal card Italy, 1904 commercial German South Africa, 1922 Trans-Atlantic Berlin to Philadelphia, 1/2 Gr large shield on postcard with 1979 cert, Special Delivery uprated postal card, 1898 to Milano, Registered "money" letter, and more; useful postal history, Fine to Very Fine. Shipping charges apply - weight 2 lbs. (Image) (Image2) (Image3) (Image4) (Image5)

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Estimate $500-750
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634   imageGerman Offices in China Mint Collection, in mounts on Scott or quadrille pages with fair number being NH, premium include 1-6 NH, 1 block (2 stamps NH), 1a corner margin block (stamps NH), 1c, 2a, 3a, 4a (3 including NH corner margin pair), 5a (2), 5-6 NH, 6a, 16 NH (signed Pfenninger, Kohler), 16 (l.h.), 24-35 (2, some NH), 36b (white retouch, APS cert), 37-46 (few regums), 47-56 NH (2), 55 corner margin pair 25:17 (stamps NH, Mi 46 BIbb), etc., occasional bit of lightly toned or disturbed gum but generally F-VF. (PDF for this Lot) (Image)

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Estimate $2,000-3,000
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635   imageGerman Foreign Offices and Colonies Mint Collection, extensive collection of mint sets and singles in a Scott album with good number being NH, many highlights with Offices in Morocco 28 NH, 45-52 blocks NH, 57 NH, Cameroun 24 NH (signed Steuer, Michel type IIB), Caroline Islands 3-5 NH, German East Africa 19-20 NH, N121 NH, NB9, German New Guinea 1-18 NH, 20-23 NH, German South West Africa 1-3 NH, 10 NH, Mariana Islands 14a NH, Marshall Islands 3-4 NH, 11-12 NH, 13-27 NH, New Britain 2 NH, 5-6 NH, 5 NH (Ceremuga cert), 18f (BPA cert), 19 NH, 22 NH, 23 NH (2), 30-33, 43 NH (Ceremuga cert), 51 NH (2), O1 NH, O1-2, Japanese Occupation issues with the 1914 red chop of Tamura on 5pf, 10pf, 20pf, 25pf, 30pf (Ceremuga cert), 50 pf and 80pf (Ceremuga cert) yacht issues, Samoa 51-53 NH, 57-73 NH, 73a NH, 101 NH, 104, etc., generally fresh and F-VF, excellent foundation collection. Shipping charges apply - weight 2.6 lbs. (PDF for this Lot) (Image)

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Estimate $2,500-3,500
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636   imageUpper Silesia, Specialised Collection, 1920-1923. stockbook brimming full, specialised stamp collection of this seldom seen and even scarcer offered Country, including key stamps, varieties, covers, CIHS overprints (includes some certificates), a late entry so have a look online--- its all there and has a high amalgamated value, generally Fine to Very Fine. Shipping charges apply - weight 4 lbs. (PDF for this Lot) (Image)

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Estimate $2,500-3,500
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637   imageGerman WW II Occupation of France, St Nazaire Postal History, 1944-1945. Fantastic collection of over 100 covers/ cards from the German occupation of France specializing in various frankings, varieties and usages, something the true enthusiast will enjoy to occupy your time, rarely seen like this and quite valuable, generally Fine to Very Fine. Shipping charges apply - weight 4.2 lbs. (PDF for this Lot) (Image)

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Estimate $5,000-7,500
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638   imageGermany, Safety Box Holding of Key Issues, 1945-1952. Beautiful lot of key stamps both mint and used on stock cards in a box, in which very many better stamps such as (Michel no's): Bundespost 123-138** (post horn set, signed Schlegel), Berlin 1-20**, 1-20*, 21-34* (red overprint), 35-41* (UPU, 2x), 42-60**, 42-60*, 61-63*, 68-70** (2x), souvenir sheets 1** (signed Schlegel), 1*, 1 (2x, both signed Schlegel), good part French Zone, DDR Karl Marx blocks MNH and canceled, etc., generally fine-very fine or better Extremely high catalogue value! Imaged fully online. Shipping charges apply - weight 2.2 lbs. (PDF for this Lot) (Image)

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Estimate $3,500-5,000
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639   imageGermany, "In the Zone" DDR, Berlin & Other Occupied Zones, 1945-90, The Americans, the British, the French and the Russians each had their own Zone to administer after the War and they are all covered here in three Minkus albums with all stamps in clear mounts. The bulk, as you can imagine, is East Germany (1949-90), following in the footsteps of the Soviet Union and its proliferation of stamp issues. With the exception of used Official stamps, an all-mint collection which looks for all intents and purposes complete, with many added sheetlets and booklet panes. That being said, you will obviously find these items among the herd: #54-57A, 58-67, 82-84, 144a (perf & imperforate), 146a (perf & imperforate), 226a, 264a, B21, B21a, B35a. Also, some premium material which pre-date the DDR, such as Russian Zone #10NB11, Mecklenburg-Vorpommern #12NB1-12NB3, Thuringia #16N9, 16N9f, West Saxony #14NB16c. West Berlin (1948-90) is another collection which goes beyond completeness with many added coil strips, booklets, and tête-bêche & gutter pairs. Better here include #9N1-9N20, 9N21-9N34, 9N35-9N41, 9N42-9N60, 9N61-9N63, 9N64-9N67, 9N68, 9N108-9N110, 9NB1-9NB3, 9NB3a. For the British & American Zone, there's #B294-B95 and for the French, Baden #5N28-45N0, 5NB8a-5NB8b, Rheinland-Pfalz #6N30-6N38, and let's not forget Saar (1920-59), a well-filled collection with many better, such as #68-83, 99-116, B5-B8, B16-B22, B23-B29, B47-B53, B54-B60, B76, C1-C4, O27-O38, Fine to Very Fine, and well worth a look. Shipping charges apply - weight 15.8 lbs. (Video for this lot) (Video2 for this lot) (Image)

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640   imageGermany, Mostly Mint Collections of East, West & Berlin, 1948-97, In a total of eight volumes, mostly mint and nearly complete collections of Berlin (1948-90) and BRD (1949-97) in hingeless Lighthouse albums, and five Lighthouse binders with DDR (1949-90) including the Russian Zone all neatly arranged on stocksheets and from the looks of it, could possibly be complete. Among the many better mint sets & singles are the following: Berlin 9N35-41, 9N61-63, 9N68, 9N70-79, 9N108-10, 9NB1-3, 9NB3a, 9NB4-5, West Germany 702-21, B310-13, B316-17, B320-23, B327-30, East Germany 82-84, 122-36, 144a (perf & imperf), 146a (perf & imperf), 264a, B21a (also used), and Russian Zone 10NB11, 16N9f including locals, such as Finsterwalde and Strausberg. Many additional complete booklets and officials beyond the Scott listings (Laufkontrollzetteln), generally Fine to Very Fine, some video flips online as reference. Shipping charges apply - weight 46.2 lbs. (Video for this lot) (Video2 for this lot) (Image)

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641   imageGermany - Allied Occupation, Mint Accumulation, 1945. extensive accumulation housed in 18 volumes comprising of more than 3200 complete MNH sheets of the Allied Occupation of Germany, including more than 5000 plate flaws, owners Catalogue value over 165,000 euros, conservatively estimated and excellent for internet sellers, generally Fine to Very Fine. Shipping charges apply - weight 103.6 lbs. (PDF for this Lot) (Image)

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Estimate $4,000-6,000
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642   imageGermany, Allied Zone Band, Carpet, Network Overprints Holding, 1948. MNH special collection/accumulation on stock cards in box, in which top sheet margins, plate and roller # printing, including Michel 63 IIP (49x!), much signed material etc., a late entry to the fair, owners Catalogue value over 48000 euros, all online, generally Fine to Very Fine. Shipping charges apply - weight 4.2 lbs. (PDF 1 for this Lot) (PDF for this Lot) (Image)

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Estimate $2,000-3,000
Currently Opening at...$1,000.00
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643   imageGermany: Berlin, A Comprehensive Attractive Stock, 1948-1990. A solid inventory of several thousand stamps neatly mounted and identified by Scott numbers, comprised of over 1800 sales cards of mint & used sets & singles housed in three long file boxes in a medium size carton, A great lot containing a plethora of sets & singles in the $10 to $100 range with much N.H. acquired as new issues by an old time dealer, A few highlights by Scott number include: 9N6 used $60., 9N10 used (3) $135., 9N13 used (4) $90., 9N27-9N30 used $65., 9N32 mint $40., 9N38-9N41 used + duplicates $277., 9N42-9N60 used (6) $252., 9N59-9N60 (used 6 of each) $180., 9N61-9N62 used (2) $100., 9N63 (1) mint (12) used $1690., 9N64//9N67 used $90., 9N68 used (5) $150., 9N69 used $40., 9N75-9N79 used (2) $146., 9N78 used (5) $187., 9N79 used (24 including 3 Blocks) $360.,9N84-9N93 mint (1) used (2) $110., 9N91 mint (6) $84., 9N92 used (17) $119., 9N97 used (25) $212., 9N98 used (8) $200.,9N99-9N100 (1) mint (3) used) $89., 9N101-9N102 mint (4) $64., 9N103 mint (16) $112., 9N113-9N114 mint N.H. (17) + used (14) $169., 9N115 mint N.H. (6) used (12) $252., 9N116-9N117 mint (21) used (17) $232., 9N120-9N136 used (2) $89., 9N134 mint (9) used (2) $213., 9N140-9N141 mint (16) used (9) $134., 9N143 mint (18) used (17) $209., 9N215-9N222 mint (10) $72., 9N231-9N250 mint ((7) $87., 9N284-9N301 mint (3) $73., 9N359-9N376 (3) mint $123., 9NB6-9NB7 used $48., 9NB12 mint N.H. (7) $84. The listing above is a fraction of the total size which is very impressive. Please view if possible to fully appreciate the size and scope of the stock. Quantities are usually between 3 and 20 with much N.H. purchased as new issues. Decent used but after the earlier issues there is much more mint. Condition is excellent with few if any faults. Very high Scott value. Shipping charges apply - weight 11.4 lbs. (Image)

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Estimate $1,500-2,000
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644   imageGermany: Federal Republic, Zusammendrucke, 1951-1960. Parallel mint and used collection including duplicates in stockbook, contains many better combinations such as (Michel no's): W1**, S14, S15** (3x), S15 (2x), S16**, S22** (2x), S23** (5x), S24** (2x), S24 (2x), S30** (2x), S31** (3x), S32** (3x), RL 1, RL 2** (2x), RL 2, Heftchenblatt 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, plus many others too numerous to list, Catalogue value approximately. 25,000 euros, give it a flip and then a bid, generally Fine to Very Fine. Shipping charges apply - weight 3.8 lbs. (PDF for this Lot) (Image)

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