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LotNo. Symbol CatNo. Lot Description
702   imagePortugal, Vast Collection of Town Cancellations, ca. 1798-1943, housed in 19 binders, a number of which are especially thick, comprised of approximately 1,100+ folded letters, entires, envelopes or newspapers and more than 220 postal stationery cards or postcards, and loose stamps, arranged alphabetically by town, with strength in prephilatelic or unfranked covers, the majority of the stamped covers are franked with the 1853-70 issues and then those of 1880-87, depicting a large array of cancellations and postal markings, the barred oval numerals accompanied by straight-line, framed, oval, and ornamental towns, as well as a wide range of c.d.s. types, however, the strength is in the prephilatelic mail, including Torrão straight-line h.s. (Frazão TRR 1, R5) on 1845 entire letter to Santa Tirso, Aveiro straight-line h.s. (Frazão AVR 1) on 1803 (Feb. 4) entire letter to Coimbra, the earliest recorded date, Coimbra in one volume, Faro 1798 entire letter to Lisbon showing boxed "A" (Frazão LSB-DIV 1, R8), Fafe oval h.s. in brown (Frazão FAF 1, R7) on 1853 (May 22) entire letter to Porto, latest recorded date, Ferreira straight-line h.s. (Frazão FAL 2, R7) on 1835 entire letter to Far, Figueira da Foz straight-line h.s. (Frazão FIG 3, R5) on 1812 entire letter to Porto, framed h.s. in black (Frazão FIG 6, R8) on 1846 (Aug. 30) entire letter to Porto, and "Figueira" straight-line h.s. with manuscript "Segura" above (Frazão FIG 2, deterioration of handstamp as per listing) on 1855 (Oct. 18) entire letter to Leiria, Fronteira straight-line h.s. in black (Frazão FTR 1, RRR) on 1834 (July 7) entire letter to Evora, Grandola straight-line h.s. (Frazão GDL 1, R5) on 1851 entire letter to Lisbon, Guarda two-line h.s. (GRD 5, R2) on 1839 official entire letter to Cêa, Guimares in blue oval of pointed dots (Frazão GMR 3, R5) on 1846 (May 28) entire letter to Porto, predates that recorded, Lamego oval h.s. comprised of small circles (LMG 2, R8), superb strike on 1822 (June 3) entire letter to Braga, predates earliest recorded, Lisbon in two volumes with straight-line h.s. (Frazão LSB 1a, R5) on 1806 entire letters (2) to France and Barcelles, "Lisboa/24/11" large c.d.s. in red (Frazão LSB 12, R6) on 1833 (Nov. 13) entire letter from London, with "7/6" packet fee ("770" reis), "Segura/Lisboa" h.s. on eight entires including 1829 (June 16) entire letter to Messajana with two-line h.s. in red (Frazão LSB-S2, R8), and "Lisboa" oval h.s. in blue (Frazão LSB 8, R7) on 1836 (Feb. 18) official local printed entire letter, Mecejana straight-line h.s. (Frazão MSJ 1, R7) on 1832 (Aug. 9) entire letter to Ferreira, Miranda straight-line h.s. (Frazão MRD 1, R5) on 1851 entire letter to Porto showing handstruck "30" in blue, Mirandela in one volume with town name in manuscript (Frazão MDL ms2) on 1816 entire letter to Lisbon showing "Chaves" straight-line h.s. in red (Frazão CHV 2), sent prior to the opening of the post office (1822), straight-line h.s. in blue (Frazão MDL 2, R6) on 1828 (Mar. 3) entire letter to Lisbon, and "Miranda." manuscript (Frazão MDL ms6, R6) on 1848 (May 14) entire letter to Porto, Moita framed h.s. in brown (Frazão MTA 1, R7) on 1834 entire letter to Setubal, Montemor/Novo two-line h.s. (Frazão MMN 3, R5) on 1846 entire letter to Lisbon, Montemor-o-Velho straight-line h.s. in brown (Frazão MMV 1, R6) on 1809 (Dec. 26) entire letter to Porto and oval h.s. (Frazão MMV 2, R5) on 1843 (May 27) entire letter from Carapinheira to New York with manuscript "6" rating, Nazaré light strike of "Nazareth" straight-line h.s. in blue (Frazão NZR 2, R 7) on 1842(c.) entire to Leiria, Vizeu oval h.s. in brown (Frazão VIS 2, R5) on 1837 entire letter to Lisbon showing handstruck "30" in circle, Odemira oval h.s. in black (Frazão ODM 3, R7) on 1849 entire letter to Lisbon, Peniche straight-line h.s. in brown (Frazão PNI 1, R6) on 1825 entire letter to Lisbon and oval intaglio h.s. in blue (Frazão PNI 2, R5) on 1850 entire letter to Lisbon, Ponte de Lima straight-line h.s. in brown (Frazão PTL 1, R5) on 1815 (May 14) entire letter, Pombalinho straight-line h.s. in brown (Frazão PUN 1, R8) on 1842 (May 21) entire letter to Lisbon, Serpa straight-line h.s. in black (Frazão SRP 1, R7) on 1808 (Oct. 3) entire letter to Lisbon, Serta framed h.s. in brown (Frazão SRT 1, R7) on 1850 entire letter to Poiares (Barbeia), Cintra straight-line h.s. in black on 1845 (Sept. 29) entire letter to Porto showing "Franque/ada" and "Franqueada" in blue (Frazão SNT-PP1, R8), heavily aged and creased, Soure straight-line h.s. in black (Frazão SRE 1, R5) on 1845 entire letter to Porto, Vidiqueira straight-line h.s. in black (Frazão VDG 1, R6) on 1844 neat entire letter to Lisbon showing handstruck "60", V. Franca D Rest (Villa Franca da Restauração [de Xira]) straight-line h.s. in brown (Frazão VFX 4, R8), and Vizeu oval h.s. in brown (Frazão VIS2, R5) and "Segura/Vizehu" two-line h.s. in black (Frazão VIS-S1, R7) on 1825 entire letter to Porto, mainly Fine to Very Fine strikes and overall excellent state of conservation for these letters, while the franked mail includes 1891 cover to Lisbon bearing 25r canceled by "Correio/Crato" oval d.s., 1878 cover from Lisbon to England bearing perf. 80r (perforations. trimmed on two sides), 1860 entire letter to Porto bearing 25r rose canceled by barred "106" and showing "Melgaco" ornamental oval h.s. in blue adjacent, 1856 entire letter to Porto bearing huge margined 25r (crossed by filing fold) canceled by "66" in 20 barred circle with "Mte. Alegre" framed h.s. adjacent, 1884 printed matter thick entire to Lisbon bearing 5r canceled by "Tetugal" framed h.s., 1853 entire letter to Porto bearing large margined 25r (crossed by filing fold) canceled by "184" in 20 barred circle with "Mirandella" framed h.s. adjacent, 1879 15r postal stationery card to Lisbon canceled by "Correio/Peniche" oval d.s., 1878 entire to Porto bearing 25r canceled by "Sta. Comradão" framed h.s., 1891 envelope to Messejana bearing 25r canceled by "Correio/de Sines" oval d.s., 1853 (Aug. 7) entire letter from Runes to Lisbon bearing 25r canceled by "44" in 20 barred circle showing faint "Torres Vedra" straight-line h.s. adjacent, 1855-56 entire letters (2) to Porto each bearing 25r canceled by "75" in 20 barred circle and "Villa da Conde" oval h.s., and 1859 entire letters (2) from Villa Nova de Famalicão to Porto each bearing 25r canceled by "76" in 20 barred circle and showing adjacent "V. N de Famcão." straight-line h.s. in brown and blue respectively, condition of the franked covers varies with a number of stamps defective (due to normal application over join on reverse) or removed, nevertheless many are Fine to Very Fine. An outstanding nucleus for detailed study, ex- Washburne. (Video for this lot) (Video2 for this lot) (Video3 for this lot) (Video4 for this lot) (Image)

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703   image1878-1910, the nucleus of the six frame exhibit of approximately 275 postal stationery cards, unused and used, various shades and dies, with proofs, Specimens, varieties with errors of text, and reprints, while the used consists of unusual usages with uprated and registered, rare cancellations and destinations, reply cards with an excellent representation of uncommon (rare) reply portions used, including 1878 color trials for 15r indicia in blue and in rose, 15r with error of inscription "rua e numro de porta" instead of "da" unused and used, 1879 20r single card unused and used, double card used, and 30r card used in 1884 from Funchal to Lagos, West Africa, 1880 10r cards (3) with error "Poslal" instead of "Postal" unused and used (2), 1882 10r cards (2) missing "Para" unused and used, 20r cards (3) with "Univeserelle" error unused and used (2, only known used in 1885), 1887 reply paid 20r + 20r card, both halves intact, used in 1884 from Lisbon to London, 1895 proof of 10r card in violet on green overprinted "Prova", 1894 Prince Henry 10r commemorative card from Belém to Rotterdam uprated with Prince Henry 10r, 1901 Mouchon 10r card with error numeral "25" shifted 6mm. to left unused, and concluding with 1910 Martins & Filho private order 10r card used in 1913 from Lisbon to Figueira da Foz, Fine to Very Fine, and a magnificent study covering nearly every aspect of the postal stationery issues and their usages, ex- Washburne. Shipping charges apply - weight 7.6 lbs. (PDF for this Lot) (PDF2 for this Lot) (PDF3 for this Lot) (PDF4 for this Lot) (PDF5 for this Lot) (PDF6 for this Lot) (Image)

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704   image1895-1905, Don Carlos Mouchon issue, a collection of more than 180 envelopes, fronts, postcards, newspapers, wrappers, or parcel cards, depicting a wide range of frankings and usages with destinations, registered and value declared, including 5r strips of four (2) and singles (3) on 1899 cover to Fort Westmoreland, Cork Harbour redirected to Kilworth Camp, Ireland, 1904 registered cover from Lisbon to Georgetown, British Guiana bearing 5r, 10r strip of three and 80r, 1898 cover from Oporto to Dar as Salaam bearing 100r, 1907 registered value declared cover from Sohado de Patina to Lisbon bearing 150r and 200r, 1901 registered value declared cover from Mirandella to Lisbon bearing 50r (3) and 100r, 1899 registered cover from Porto to Birmingham, England bearing 180r pair with 15r and 130r (corner defect), 1896 registered cover from Lisbon to Stockholm bearing 200r vertical pair from the foot of the sheet with 20r pair, 1896 registered parcel card from Lisbon to France bearing 150r and 300r, 1903 registered value declared cover from Lisbon to Porto bearing 300r (3), and 1900 registered value declared parcel card from Lisbon to Basel, Switzerland bearing 100r, 300r and 500r, some faults, mainly Fine to Very Fine, ex- Washburne. Shipping charges apply - weight 9.6 lbs. (Video for this lot) (Video2 for this lot) (Video3 for this lot) (Image)

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705   image1895-1905, Don Carlos Mouchon issue, the nucleus of the exhibition collection, containing more than 130 covers, cards or other types of mail matter, illustrating the myriad usages of Portugal’s first key plate issue with domestic and colonial rates, foreign rates pre-U.P.U., then both U.P.U. and all countries post-1905, and special or unusual usages, including single frankings with 150r on 1897 registered cover from Porto to Paris, 200r on double rate cover to Lourenco Marques via British packet, 300r on 1910 parcel front from Lisbon to Alhandra, and 500r on 1905 address label for bundle of advertising circulars from Lisbon to Porto paying the printed matter rate of 5r per circular (110 circulars x 5r = 500r), 1908 official envelopes (2 sizes) for the 10th International Telegraphic Union Conference each bearing 50r with special c.d.s., and among the other usages are unusual destinations such as China and Sumatra, mobile post offices, and postage dues, Fine to Very Fine, ex- Washburne. Shipping charges apply - weight 5.6 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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706   image1931-34, Lusiadas issue, the four frame exhibition collection, featuring master die proof (stamp-size) without value in blue and die proofs (25 x 28mm.) in blue for 6c, 25c and 40c (2, one on blue paper), composite imperf. proof of 24 different values including seven unissued denominations in pale yellow on wove paper (215 x 140mm.) and three cut outs of 1.60e in green and 10e (2) in light brown and in blue from corners of the sheet showing printer’s notations, imperf. color trials and plate proofs (36), and a remarkable array of approximately 110 covers, cards or printed mail matter arranged by value with an outstanding range of usages and then followed by an erudite study of rates, Fine to Very Fine, ex- Washburne. Shipping charges apply - weight 7 lbs. (PDF for this Lot) (PDF2 for this Lot) (PDF3 for this Lot) (PDF4 for this Lot) (Image)

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707   image1799-1883, study of the postal markings and cancellations, commencing with 1799 printed document with provisional regulations for the establishment of the post office, 1814-82 prestamp or unfranked entires showing town handstamps, various markings on official mail not subject to postage with different types of relevant handstamps (mostly registration), many accompanied by manuscript endorsements such as "R.S.", including "Segura/Coimbra" unframed h.s. (Frazão CBR-S2, R5) on 1839 entire to Pombal, manuscript "S.N.", "Figueiro" straight-line h.s. with manuscript "Segura" above (Frazão FVN-SMS1, R6) on 1842 entire letter from Pedrogao Grande to Leiria, "Segura/Guarda" unframed h.s. (Frazão GRD-S2, R5) on 1838 entire letter to Cea, manuscript "S.N.R.", and "Segura/Lisboa" unframed h.s. in red (Frazão LSB-S2, R8) on 1832 entire letter from Messejana, manuscript "S.R.", Correio Maritimo (two types, Frazão LSB-CM1 and PRT-CM2, both R5) arrival handstamps on separate 1822-24 entire letters from Pernambuco to Porto, the former via Lisbon, and 1852 entire letter from Bahia to Porto showing blue "P. Brito." framed and reddish violet "Ley de 20/4 50/ 5 Rs." oval handstamps with handstruck blue "180" and green "40/220" rate markings, the stamp section includes both covers and loose stamps, including 20 bar numeral cancellations tying 1855-63 25r on five entires with 1854 (Feb. 4) entire from Lisbon to Belém endorsed "Mora as Necidades e nod o Col vario" (lives in Necessidades not in Calvario) and returned to Lisbon, 11 bar numeral cancellations with four entires each bearing 1862-67 25r, one a double franking, 1855-56 50r strip of three canceled "60" and block of four canceled "44", square dots with ten entires franked with 1856-70 issues including 1862-64 10r with 25r from Lisbon to Madrid, 8 bar numeral cancellations with eight 1867-76 issue franked entires or advertising envelopes, and various c.d.s. types of 1878-82 and framed town handstamps with nine covers. Fine to Very Fine mainly choice strikes, a few stamp faults. A highly appealing visual presentation, ex- Washburne. Shipping charges apply - weight 16 lbs. (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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708 79//96 image1892-93, "Provisorio" overprints and surcharges, an unused and used collection (Scott 79//96), with 15 envelopes and a front notable for interesting and outstanding usages, including 1892 first and second overprints 5r on 1893 printed matter cover to Madrid and 10r on 1893 wrapper to Belgium, 1892 third type overprint 20r single frankings (2) on separate 1892-93 covers, 20r strip of four (gum staining) on 1893 cover from Cintra to Germany, and 20r pair with 25r and second overprint 10r on 1893 cover from Lisbon to Freetown, Sierra Leone via Funchal, and 50r unused and used (2), 1893 15r on four covers, one with three examples of chalky paper perf. 13½ 15r used with King Carlos 10r and 15r on 1893 25r stationery envelope registered from Porto to France, and "1893/Provisorio" 50r on 80r (5) with block of four, unused, o.g., and three examples used, single franking on 1893 (Aug. 8) cover from Lisbon to New York, first week of use, and pair used on 1893 25r stationery envelope registered from Lisbon to Hamburg, 75r on 80r (5), unused, o.g., with variety "1893" and "75rs" double and normal pair, 75r on 80r used with 1893 "Provisorio" 20r (two) and 1892 second overprint 10r on 1894 registered front from Lisbon to Covilha, and 80r unused and used (3), a few faults or defects, generally Fine to Very Fine, ex- Washburne. Shipping charges apply - weight 1 lbs. (PDF for this Lot) (Image)

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709   imagePostage Dues, 1853-1993, the fascinating collection of Postage Due markings and stamps on more than 120 covers or cards, the postage due markings (20) include 1853-55 folded letters (3) bearing 1st or 2nd issue 25r each showing "Excesso de Pezo" double-ring handstamp with "50" in manuscript or handstamped, while the Postage Due stamps (approximately 100 items of mail matter) include 1898 Vasco da Gama issue on three envelopes with 1898 cover from Rochefort sur Mer, France to Lisbon bearing France 15c, canceled by c.d.s., with triangular "T" and "40" handstamps and Postage Due 20r marginal pair (one stamp has surface split), canceled by "T" in circle handstamp, 1898 cover from Leeds to Lisbon bearing Great Britain 1d (2), canceled "447", with "T" handstamp adjacent and Postage Due 20r canceled by "T" in circle handstamp, and 1898 (June 1) from Leeds to Lisbon bearing Great Britain 1d violet, canceled by "Leeds/14" double-ring datestamp, showing "T/45" hexagonal handstamp adjacent with Postage Due 10r and 50r from the left of the sheet (surface faults), canceled by "T" in circle handstamp, the first and last ex Gough, rare usages of the first Postage Due issue which was of an experimental nature only used in Lisbon and Porto, and a wide range of usages of the 1904-40 issues, some faults; also Newspaper stamps 1876 2r used on 1884-90 newspapers, 1890 wrapper, 1891-95 envelopes (2, multiple frankings) and 1886 front. Mainly Fine to Very Fine, ex- Washburne. Shipping charges apply - weight 7 lbs. (Video for this lot) (Video2 for this lot) (Video3 for this lot) (Video4 for this lot) (Image)

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710   image1880-87, Luis I issues, a noteworthy collection, replete with essays, proofs, and envelopes, including 1880-81 Venancio Alves imperf. essays (9) of 5r and 25r in various colors, cleared and uncleared surrounds with two pairs, and Gomez da Silva imperf. essay 25r green and imperf. proofs of 5r, 25r (3 shades) and 50r blue, cancellations, 5r (2) on separate local envelopes, 25r pale blue (2) on separate folded letters, 50r on seven envelopes, one with strip of three, and reprints of 1885 (15) and 1905 (5), and 1882-87 die proofs in yellow with blank value and 25r in brown on glazed cards and 5r in black on wove paper, enamel surfaced paper perf. 12½ 25r complete sheet of 28, unused, and a wealth of covers with nice frankings and usages including 1884 cover from Arcos to Rio de Janeiro bearing 25r pairs, and 1882 mourning cover from Lisbon to Macao bearing 25r (3) with 1880 5r, mainly Fine to Very Fine, ex- Washburne. Shipping charges apply - weight 5.4 lbs. (Video for this lot) (Image)

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711   image1878-1953, an unused and used collection of approximately 500 postal stationery cards and envelopes, with in depth representation of most issues, including 1878 15r unused, used (11) and reprints (2) with 15r cards overprinted "Prova" and "Specimen" respectively, 1880-82 10r blue, 10r brown (2) and 20r blue double cards unused, 1881 10r green card (corner fault) used in 1888 from Lisbon to Appia, Samoa, and issues from 1884 with some uprated frankings, small faults, Fine to Very Fine, ex- Washburne. Shipping charges apply - weight 23.8 lbs. (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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712   imagePortugal, "Jeez Luiz!" Magnificent Mint & Used Collection, 1853-1941, King Luiz, King Pedro V, Queen Maria II and the rest of the gang. What a nice classic collection this is! In one Lighthouse binder with all stamps in black mounts and numerous better sets & singles, such as used #1, 5-8, 9, 12-16, 17-24, 25-33, 34-51, 74, 77-78, 87, 90-96, 106-09, and mint 97-105, 114, 121, 193-98, 377-97, 422-36, 437-52, 579-86, 602a, etc. Owner states catalogue value at approximately $10,000. Condition does vary with some 19th century, but generally Fine to Very Fine, most of this collection is viewable online. Shipping charges apply - weight 4 lbs. (PDF for this Lot) (Image)

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713   imageSplendid Portugal Collection, 1929/90, a specialist's collection in six binders with all manner of mint and used stamps, S/S, proofs, covers, etc. generally neatly mounted and annotated on homemade pages, most of the post-1960s pages will show various uses on covers, highlights galore with some "must mentions" as Ceres Surcharge issue varieties (e.g. 458a mint and used) and covers, 496 single franking cover to Vienna, 534-39 mint, 1935 Roman Temple non-denominated proof and 6c trial color proof, 564-65 plate proof imperf blocks. 1940 Legion undenominated imperf proof on chalk paper, meaty assortment of 1940s issues sets, singles, S/S covers, some plate and die proofs, etc., 1950s sets, singles, some FDC (including 1952 NATO, 1953 Queen Maria), 1954 Literacy plate proof imperf pairs, 1954 Military College imperf plate proof pairs, 1956 da Silva imperf proofs in "reversed" colors, etc., some covers show typical postal wear but overall F-VF and well worth a close inspection, ex- Washburne. Shipping charges apply - weight 25.2 lbs. (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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714   image1895, Don Carlos Mouchon issue, specialized unused and used collection, with imperf. and perf. proofs, replete with numeral varieties, including values omitted with 2r, 10r and 25r se-tenant with normals in strips of three and similar for 10r in block of four, numerals misplaced, inverted, and double with one inverted, and 1895 Centenary of St. Anthony’s Birth 2½r to 1,000r used, first day commemorative card bearing 10r, and six envelopes including 100r single franking on local registered cover; also Postage Due Vasco da Gama issue, unused, o.g. (2 sets), and used. Mainly Fine to Very Fine, ex- Washburne. Shipping charges apply - weight 5.4 lbs. (Video for this lot) (Video2 for this lot) (Image)

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715   image1892-93, Don Carlos issues, specialized unused and used collection, with 60 envelopes, cards, wrappers or receipts, various papers and perfs., including "Specimen" overprints with Natal 10r to 50r and 100r to 300r on four pieces, perf. 12½ 20r lavender sheetlet of 28, unused, o.g., age spotting on reverse, 50r to 200r, unused, o.g., and perf. 13½ 100r to 300r unused, o.g. (300r with ISPP certificate), excellent representation of rates and values to 200r on cover with five covers each bearing 100r, destinations of Italy (2, one additionally franked with 50r, the other single franking with perf. 11½), Finland, Aden, and Lourenco Marques, 150r (2) on separate covers from Lisbon to Vila Nova de Ceveira and Kansas City (adhesive has corner fault), 200r perf. 12½ on registered cover from Lisbon to Italy, and 200r perf. 13½ on registered cover from Porto to Germany, a few faults, Fine to Very Fine, ex- Washburne. Shipping charges apply - weight 3.4 lbs. (PDF for this Lot) (Image)

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716   imagePortugal Collection, 1894-1972, mix of mint and used on Scott and quadrille pages featuring 97-131 used, 132-146 mint (disturbed o.g. or regummed), 147-183 used, 1920/26 Ceres mostly complete used, 437-452 used, 453-489 used (#470 mint), 497-556 used, 579-586 mint, 594a never hinged (natural gum wrinkling), 614a mint (stamps never hinged), 642-712 used, 670a never hinged, 747-748 mint, C1-C10 used, J7-J81 mint, Q1-Q17 mint (less the 50c), 1S4-1S73 mint, etc.; usual mixed condition but better than usually seen, generally F-VF, ex- Washburne. Shipping charges apply - weight 2.8 lbs. (PDF for this Lot) (PDF2 for this Lot) (Image)

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717   image1789-1897, the fine collection of mail to and from France, neatly arranged by period, comprising 30 pre-philatelic or unfranked folded entires or folded letters, and 29 franked entires or envelopes and a front, commencing with 1789 (Feb. 21) folded letter from Lisbon to Quentin showing "Espagne" entry handstamp, prior to the establishment of the Portuguese Post Office, 1808-10 folded letters (2) showing "No.4/Arm. de Portugal" and red "No.2/Arm. de Portugal" handstamps, both are considerably soiled, various town, maritime, entry and rate handstamps, while the franked covers show first month of prepayment of domestic postage with 1853 (July 23) entire from Lisbon to Marseille bearing huge margined 25r, excellent representation of the 80 reis/40 centimes rate with 1867 entire from Porto to Lyon bearing 1866-67 imperf. 80r, and 1871 entire from Bordeaux to Lisbon bearing Ceres 15c and 25c, and the 50 reis/30 centimes (war debt) or 25 centimes rate with 1876 entire from Lisbon to Bordeaux bearing 1871 50r, some faults, generally Fine to Very Fine, ex- Washburne. Shipping charges apply - weight 3.4 lbs. (PDF for this Lot) (Image)

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718   image1934-48, the five frame exhibit of commercial airmail rates, comprised of approximately 130 envelopes, divided into three distinct periods, the first from 1934-July 1939, commences with Air service to Brazil 1934 (Oct. 20) first flight cover to Tangiers via Aero Portuguesa and then connecting with Air France service to South America franked at the 26.75e rate with "Avion" unframed handstamp and Lisbon datestamp, registered and high value frankings, Argentina, Uruguay, Paraguay, Mexico, and Bolivia, Europe with Finland, Asia with Macao, Philippines, and Japan, Africa with Morocco, Belgian and French Congo, Gold Coast, and Mozambique, second period August 1939-June 1945 with extensive Europe, Latin America and Caribbean, U.S. with Clipper flights and then a multitude of censored, and finally the third period to 1948 following a similar but lesser pattern, Fine to Very Fine, ex- Washburne. Shipping charges apply - weight 5 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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719   image1912-30, Ceres issue, a specialized unused and used collection, with approximately 100 covers, cards or other items of mail matter, including 1912-18 values (8) to 7½c in strips of three on three pieces with "Postes et Telégraphes/ Collection de Berne/ Madagascar" handstamps in red, 1921 perf. 15 x 14 1e and 1923-26 5e, 10e (2) and 20e (2), unused, o.g., some faults, generally Fine to Very Fine, ex- Washburne. Shipping charges apply - weight 10.6 lbs. (Video for this lot) (Video2 for this lot) (Video3 for this lot) (Image)

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720   imagePortugal Postal History Collection, four volumes with each covering a different realm of postal history; 1) 21 stampless covers of the 19th century and including a few postal notices, shows incoming from other European countries with variety of rate marks, "Lisbon" straightline, oval and 2-line cancels including "Registrada", a 1911 preprinted official envelope, altered rates, etc., 2) 25 mostly stampless 19th century covers showing array of incoming rate markings and postmarks; 3) 28 stampless covers with majority from Lisbon to European destinations showing a variety of Lisbon and transit markings, 4) 25 mostly 20th century stampless covers including military uses, some auxiliary markings on postal cards, and covers, etc., usual mixed condition, ideal for the postal history aficionado, ex- Washburne. Shipping charges apply - weight 9.8 lbs. (Video for this lot) (Video2 for this lot) (Video3 for this lot) (Video4 for this lot) (Image)

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721   image1926-48, a collection of mostly commercial envelopes, comprised of approximately 150 covers, commencing with some first flight covers including 1926 Lisbon-Tangiers first flight for Earthquake Relief, the main emphasis being on the 1934-48 period with various rates for South America, U.S.A. with Hawaii and Canada, Europe with Sweden and Switzerland, Middle East with Aden and Palestine, Africa with Morocco and Belgian Congo, domestic service with Azores (2) and colonial service to Angola (2), Fine to Very Fine, ex- Washburne. Shipping charges apply - weight 14 lbs. (Video for this lot) (Video2 for this lot) (Video3 for this lot) (Video4 for this lot) (Video5 for this lot) (Video6 for this lot) (Video7 for this lot) (Image)

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722   imagePortugal Assortment, various collection balances, miscellaneous in stock books, etc., leafing through the eight binders and books note (in no particular order) 1850s/70s cancels selection, 1920s commercial covers and cards, some Waterlow specimens from 1924 Camoens set, 346-76 mint, 377-97 mint, 437-52 mint, four volumes of 1880ss/1970s cancels on cover including cds, early geometric, auxiliary, etc., volume of Portuguese colonies cancels, volume of French-style date stamps of the 1920s/40s, etc., usual mixed condition, mostly F-VF, perfect for the Portugal collector wanting to go "beyond the stamps", ex- Washburne. Shipping charges apply - weight 22.6 lbs. (Video for this lot) (Video2 for this lot) (Video3 for this lot) (Video4 for this lot) (Video5_CUT_VIDEO_AT_OE_MIUTE_AD_FIFTY_SEVE_SECODS for this lot) (Video6 for this lot) (Video7 for this lot) (Video8 for this lot) (Video9 for this lot) (Image)

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723   imagePortuguese Christmas Postal Cards Colection, includes two different exhibit collections of mint and used cards (approx 105 cards) plus a shoebox filled with approx 450 additional mint and used cards with some duplication along with some later cards in their non-denominated envelopes plus some non-Christmas postal cards, primarily 1930s/60s issues with scores of different classic to modern designs and a variety of topics (religious and secular) by native artists, includes many of the early "double" cards, additional franking, etc., usual mixed condition but an overall Fine assemblage of these elusive cards, ex- Washburne. Shipping charges apply - weight 14.6 lbs. (Video for this lot) (Video2 for this lot) (Image)

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724   imagePortugal Postal Cards Accumulation, two shoeboxes filled to the brim with well over 1,500 mint and used cards of the classic to modern eras, generally filed in H&G order with slight to moderate duplication and typical mixed condition with some toning, corners clipped, etc. especially in the older issues, used cards with variety of destinations, cancels and markings, VG-VF, ex- Washburne. Shipping charges apply - weight 15.8 lbs. (Image)

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725   imagePortugal - Azores and Madeirra Colonial Cancels Collection, approx 475 used sorted on quadrille pages by cancel, mostly on Portuguese issues but also including some Azores, Madeira and other colonies, virtually all pre-1920s and including "48" numeral cancel of Angra (34 including few pairs), numerous Azores district town cancels, "49" numeral cancel of Horta (26), Horta district straightline and cds cancels, "50" numeral cancel of Ponta Delgada (34), assorted Ponta Delgada straightlines plus oval and circular date stamps plus an array of bisects, "51" numeral cancel of Madeira (33) plus selection of different Madeira town cancels, etc., usual mixed condition, VG-VF, ex- Washburne. Shipping charges apply - weight 2.8 lbs. (Video for this lot) (Image)

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726   imagePortugal Collection, 1931/69, mint and used sets and singles in a Schaubek album accompanied by a useful group of mint S/S of the 1940s (most 2 of each) with some of the colonial S/S also included, many premium as 579-614 used, 615-82 used, 689-827 used, 586a NH (2), 594a NH (2), 614a (2 including one NH), 649a NH, 657a NH, 670a NH, 682a (2 including one NH), 701a NH, AngolaPortuguese Colonies 1950 Holy Year S/S NH, 1951 Fatima S/S (2), St Thomas & Prince 350a NH, Timor 253a NH, etc., many of the S/S with natural gum bends and wrinkles as usual, generally F-VF, ex- Washburne. Shipping charges apply - weight 4.8 lbs. (Video for this lot) (Video2 for this lot) (Image)

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727   imagePortugal 1935/41 "All for the Nation" Issue Specialized Collection, comprehensive treatment of the issue (Scott 566-68, 568B, 569) with stamps, proofs, postal stationery, covers, etc. mostly neatly mounted and annotated on homemade pages, note trial color and plate horiz roofs (note margin strips of three or four of the five values) including the 25c postal card (2 different colors), "Specimen" overprints, mint and used multiples, booklets, "OFICIAL" overprint stamps and covers (Scott O1), foreign and domestic uses on cover including registry, censored, commercial, parcel cards, etc., usual mixed condition with most F-VF, ex- Washburne. Shipping charges apply - weight 5 lbs. (Video for this lot) (Image)

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Estimate $750-1,000
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728   image1894-1911, Prince Henry, Vasco da Gama, King Manuel II issues, and "Republica" overprints, specialized collection, with varieties and a nice range of more than 100 envelopes, cards and other mail matter, including 1894 Prince Henry 5r to 1,000r, unused, the top three values without gum, two examples of 25r paying the 50r U.P.U. rate on 1894 cover to England, 1894 Vasco da Gama 50r on separate 1898 covers to Italy and Scotland, 50r block of four on 1898 registered cover to Switzerland, and 100r on 1898 cover to Brazil and on 1898 registered card to Mariebo, Denmark, 1910 Manuel II issue booklet pane of 5c comprised of four panes of six, two such, complete and unexploded, and 1911 "Republica" overprints complete unused, mostly o.g., gum disturbance, mainly Fine to Very Fine, ex- Washburne. Shipping charges apply - weight 4.6 lbs. (PDF for this Lot) (PDF2 for this Lot) (Image)

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729   image1931-34, Lusiadas issue, a collection of nearly 100 envelopes, cards and other mail matter, depicting a wide range of rates and colorful frankings with registered, "A.R." and value declared, advertising and censored mail, including 1933 "A Voz" newspaper privately mailed to Anadia bearing 6c, mainly Fine to Very Fine, ex- Washburne. Shipping charges apply - weight 3.5 lbs. (Video for this lot) (Image)

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730   imagePortugal, Boas Festas Postal Stationery Cards Collections, 1936-41, a splendid one-frame exhibit comprising 39 items in total, including master proof of indicia in black without value on glazed surface paper (29 x 28mm.), color trials of indicia (7, all stamp-size) with 25c purple on blue and six different colors of 25c on wove paper, proof of card no. 8 without value, lovely depiction of the nine issued cards, usages from the 1936-37 and 1937-38 seasons, legal and illegal uprated usages, and 1941 military free frank cards, Very Fine, ex- Washburne. Shipping charges apply - weight 1.2 lbs. (PDF for this Lot) (Image)

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Estimate $600-800
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731   imagePortugal 1919 "Monarchy of the North" Collection, in Feb 1919, an army commanded by Gen Paiva Coneiro established this "monarchy" and it's said that four stamps were issued at the Porto main post office on Feb 25, the same day the government quieted the revolt; collection shows an assortment of stamps, proofs, covers, and cards from this short-lived rebellion, includes singles and blocks of the issued stamps along with a mint postal card, two registered covers (one to Switzerland), postcard showing the various stamps including a fiscal issue and some unissued denominations, another postcard showing images ov Emmanuel II and proposed stamps when royal family reestablished, partial proof sheet of 90 of the fiscal issue, etc., also includes some additional non related cinderella issues including some for a non-existent Portuguese colony in Africa, 1947 Philatelic Exhibition in Porto labels on postcard, etc., generally F-VF, ex- Washburne. Shipping charges apply - weight 2.2 lbs. (Video for this lot) (Image) (Image2)

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732   imagePortugal Postal Tax Issues Collection, mint and used singles plus nice array of covers all on pages, includes RA1 on foreign destination covers (though not required), the 1911 20c Carmine tied on piece by telegraph cancel, RA2 used as regular postage on cover to France (no postage due charged), RA4 imperf plate proof, nice assortment of the 1913/25 issues on cover, RA7-10 singles and on-cover uses, 1925 Pombal issue complete souvenir envelope prepared by Waterlow, uses on cover include Colonial issues on domestic Portuguese covers, etc., usual mixed condition, VG-VF, nice collection of this "off-beat" area, ex- Washburne. Shipping charges apply - weight 5.4 lbs. (Video for this lot) (Image)

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733   imagePortugal Machine Cancels Collection, arranged on quadrille pages in six volumes, approx 465 1910s/80s covers and postal stationery (also with many "pieces" not counted) with most bearing various types of Lisbon cancels but note markings from other towns (e.g. Porto, Funchal) as well, includes slogan and advertising cancels, foreign destinations, censored, auxiliary markings including postage due, mostly (especially the "non-Lisbon") post-1950s, usual mixed condition, most F-VF, ex- Washburne. Shipping charges apply - weight 27.2 lbs. (Video for this lot) (Video2 for this lot) (Video3 for this lot) (Video4 for this lot) (Video5 for this lot) (Video6 for this lot) (Video7 for this lot) (Image)

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