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Switzerland
LotNo. Symbol CatNo. Lot Description
765   imageSwitzerland Used Collection, 1854-2014, beginning with the Seated Helvetia issues, mostly used with neat circular datestamps including #16, 21, 22, 24 (3), 26 with 1996 Marchand certificate, 36-40, 43-59, 82-88, 98-102, 105-124 (incl. 108a), 244-267, 1934 NABA Souvenir Sheet and #1075A on first day covers, Semipostals complete #B1-B775 including #B80 (on cover), #B105 (one on first day cover and one off cover), #B116, #B119, #B130, #B131, #B132 on first day cover, #B144, #B145 on Aug. 1945 censored cover to Tunisia, #B178 first day cover, #B206 on piece, C2 on first day cover, C3-C46, J1-J11, J14, J15-J18, J20-J67a, S1-S12, O1-O47 including O1a-O9a, 2O1-2O90, 3O1-3O110. 4O1-4O48, 5O1-5O41, 6O1-6O8, 8O1-12O6 including 9O21 sheet of ten, some sets are Never Hinged including 281-283 sheet of 25, 1945 Peace Set complete (#293-305), 1075A two sheets of four, 1O1-1O16, with Hans Walser certificate, C1-C2 with Hans Walser guarantee), also includes 36 Air Mail covers 1938-1972, in two Scott Hingeless albums, generally Very Fine, owner's 2013 catalog value exceeds $23,500, see much of it online, Very Fine. Shipping charges apply - weight 15.6 lbs. (Video for this lot) (Video2 for this lot) (Image) (Image2)

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Estimate $4,000-6,000
Currently Opening at...$2,000.00
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766   imageSwitzerland, Stupendous Mint & Used Collection, 1843-1983, Armed with signatures, certificates and a whole lot of great stamps, this collection in two volumes with all stamps in black mounts is sure to please even the most persnickety of Swiss connoisseurs. And 9 times out of 10, no, make that 99 times out of 100, the first page is a disappointment, but here we actually have some cantonal stamps, #1L2 with a certificate and two others which could very well be genuine! And there's a lot more where that came from; here's a list of just some of the highlights as mounted by the collector: used 1-2 (with certificates), 7-8, 10, 12 (with certificate), 16-17, 21, 23-27, 29-30, 36-40, 42, 47-48, 50, 54, 59, 81, 93, 100, 102, 125, 181-85, B2-3, B4-6, B10-11, B12-14, B15-17, B18-20, B21-24, B25-28, C2, C9-12, C13-14. And let's not forget the mint: 46 (thin), 141, 242, 244-46, 298-305, 352a, B80, B105, B116, B119, B130-32, B144. We are also including two secondary collections which contain not only many worthwhile duplicates but stamps up until 1999 as well as items not in the main collection, such as the 3 franc Pax stamp on an advertising cover and numerous pages filled with mouthwatering used officials which include, but not limited to, the League of Nations, 2O24-30, 2O35, 2O36-41, 2O65-67, the International Labor Bureau, 3O20-26, 3O21a, 3O31, 3O62-93, the World Health Organization 5O1-25, and the European Office of the United Nations, mint 7O19-20. As expected, condition will vary, but on the whole Fine to Very Fine, scans and video of this lot available online. Shipping charges apply - weight 20.4 lbs. (PDF for this Lot) (PDF2 for this Lot) (Video for this lot) (Image)

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Estimate $3,000-4,000
Currently Opening at...$1,500.00
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767   imageSwitzerland, Swiss Aviation History Lesson Through Covers, 1909-77, Homemade collection of over 50 covers and a nearly complete collection of Swiss Airmails in mounts annotated on pages beginning with the 3rd annual Gordon Bennett Cup, held for the first time in Switzerland with a postal card (or more specifically, a Privatganzsache) postmarked in Zurich in 1909. Fascinating covers and picture postcards throughout, many with better stamps themselves, as well as some semi-officials and very attractive event labels. Highlights include an unused copy of semi-official, Michel #Va, a 1930 Zeppelin flight cover from Geneva to Basel, picture postcard from Flugtag Liestal 1913 with the rare semi-official, Michel VIII, and a special event cover from the National Stamp Exhibition in Aarau with 242 & C18. Also some items where even the Michel Schweiz-Spezial catalogue falls short, such as a picture postcard with C7 and a semi-official of the 1926 International Exhibition in Basel (Sanabria S12) and an International Aviation Meeting in 1925 for which two stamps were privately printed; this cover postmarked to France is adorned with a gorgeous tête-bêche corner margin pair (Sanabria S7) along with C6-7. You'll also find additional semi-postals, postal stationery and other goodies. An absolute treasure for the collector of Airmails, Postal History, or Switzerland, generally Fine to Very Fine, entire collection is online for your viewing pleasure. Shipping charges apply - weight 4 lbs. (Video for this lot) (Image)

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Estimate $2,000-3,000
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768   imageSwitzerland, Stampless Postal History of the Canton of Graubünden, 1772-1854, about 220 postal history items from Emil Rüegg (a Graubünden specialist). An original archive with around 200 documents on the postal history of Graubünden, some with Rüegg's own handwritten notes. Better items include a taxed letter to 6 Bluzger von Illanz (1806) with Engadine courier post to St. Moritz, letter from Neuville (1807) with Fischerpost to Chur, various letters from Augsburg via Feldkirch to Chur, express letter with double 'cito' note from Vienna (1816) via Innsbruck and Nauders to Bevers, postage paid letter from Scanf to Jenins (1819) with black valley stamp. ENGADIN, 'B.B.Chur' in black (size 10.04) on folded letter to Poschiavo with interesting content regarding the reintroduction of the Free State of Graubünden (1814), further various documents (1698/1820) with complete transcriptions of contents from the Safiental, and two Bündner state calendars from 1846/47. The images and this description do not do justice to the attractiveness of this lot, which should be seen to be appreciated. Postal History from Graubünden is of particular interest for a variety of reasons: It is the only trilingual Canton in Switzerland, and the only one where Romansh, Switzerland's fourth national language, has official status, making for interesting correspondence. It is the least-densely populated Canton in Switzerland, and most of the population is in mountainous areas and remote valleys (making most items from this area scarce). It is also an ancient place with a very interesting history from when it was established as a Roman province in 15 BC. In addition to the above items described, there are two volumes of notes and other literature relating to the region and its postal history. An interesting offer seldom seen on this side of the Atlantic and may be of particular interest to somebody wanting to tackle a new collecting area or a dealer who senses a possible opportunity to sell some uncommon material. Shipping charges apply - weight 21.2 lbs. (Image) (Image2) (Image3) (Image4) (Image5) (Image6) (Image7) (Image8) (Image9) (Image10) (Image11) (Image12) (Image13) (Image14) (Image15) (Image16) (Image17) (Image18) (Image19) (Image20)

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Estimate $1,800-2,500
Currently Opening at...$900.00
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769   imageSwitzerland, Engaging Exhibit of Soldier Stamps, 1914-45, In two volumes, one for each World War, the little-known story of the Swiss Soldier Stamps. Although not actual postage stamps, this collecting niche has a small but loyal following, and after paging through this exhibit of well over 100 covers and numerous unused singles and blocks, it's easy to see why. Not only do many of these stamps feature very attractive designs, but each cover is steeped in both postal as well as military history. Without going into any further detail, have a look at this highly engaging collection online. Accompanying this lot is one of the indispensable references for this area, the 1990 edition of Die Soldatenmarken der Schweiz by Hans Ulrich Sulser, generally Fine to Very Fine. Shipping charges apply - weight 10.6 lbs. (PDF for this Lot) (Image)

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Estimate $1,200-1,800
Currently Opening at...$600.00
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770   imageSwitzerland, Solid Mint & Used Collection, 1850-1959, In a Scott Specialty album with all stamps in mounts, the highlight is its strong classics, such as used #7-8, 7a (3, one on piece), 7c, 8 (pair), 12 (2) and many nice Strubels, as well as Sitting & Standing Helvetias. But many more premium items, like mint #76, 141 (2), 145, 164-166, 181-184, 200-203, 209, 242, 244-246, 293-305, B4-B6, B80, B116, B119, B130-B132, B178, B206, B229a, C2, C13-C14, and used #75, 100 (3), 189, B2-B3, B10-B11, B18-B20, etc., overall Fine to Very Fine, numerous scans viewable online. Shipping charges apply - weight 3.6 lbs. (PDF for this Lot) (Image)

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Estimate $1,000-1,500
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771   imageSwitzerland, Mostly Used Collection, 1850-2000, In a Scott National with all stamps hinged on pages; a high level of completeness with strong classics & B-O-B, and a complete set of the PAX issue. Better used include #8, 10, 12, 22, 25, 38-39, 46, 48-50, 52-56, 98-100, 126-45, 181-85, 189, 242, 293-301, 303-05, B7-9, B10-11, B18-20, B21-24, B25-28. Some nice mint too, like B80, B131, B143, B178, B206, B297, C7, C13-15, J8-9, J15-16, J18, J21-28, etc. Condition varies, but generally Fine to Very Fine, images available online. Shipping charges apply - weight 7.2 lbs. (PDF for this Lot) (Image)

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