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GERMAN WORLD WAR II OCCUPATION ISSUES Ukraine - Al
LotNo. Symbol CatNo. Lot Description
541 og Mi.4II, 6III,7III,10 image1942 surcharged on 10k, 20k, 30k (canceled to order, catalogued as unused), 50k and 1r, l.h., some natural creases, otherwise fine, signed Keiler, cat. €1865 (Cat No. Mi.4II, 6III,7III,10) (Image)

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SOLD for $375.00
Closing..Sep-17, 12:00 PM
542 O Mi.10 image1942 3r on 50k red, right sheet margin example canceled on piece by Alexanderstadt 22.4.42 cds, v.f., signed Keiler, cat. €350 (Cat No. Mi.10) (Image)

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SOLD for $150.00
Closing..Sep-17, 12:00 PM
GERMAN WORLD WAR II OCCUPATION ISSUES Zante
LotNo. Symbol CatNo. Lot Description
543 nhblE Mi.I,1-3 image1943 (The German Armed Forces in the Balkans and Greece faced serious resource issues in August and September 1943 if Italy decided to surrender to the Allies. On September 24, 1943 Field Marshall Freiherr von Weichs stated very strongly that the shortage of resources of all types and the scope of the task to defend the Balkans and surrounding islands must be considerably reduced. He regarded Greece and the greater part of the Greek sea area to be used only as an outpost. The Commander in Chief of the German Naval Forces supported this position indicating the eastern most islands in the Mediterranean were valueless. Dismissing any thoughts regarding a lack of resources, Hitler as Commander-in-Chief, opposed such strategic thinking. On October 1, 1943 the directive for the future defense in Italy, the Balkans which included Greece, the Ionian Islands such as Corfu, Cephalonia, and Zante along with the easternmost Aegean Islands of Scarpanto, Milos, Cos, Leros, Samos, Chios, Mytilene, and Lemnos was issued. There was to be no retreat from the current occupied areas. This directive set the stage for the eventual occupation of Zante when Italy surrendered to the Allies. On October 2, 1943 the German armed forces led by Captain Leuth quickly pacified the island in contrast to the serious resistance to the German takeover that occurred on other Ionian Islands. On October 20, 1943 a directive was issued and signed by Captain Leuth, Island Commander, Athanassius Markettos, Prefect Commissioner, and Lukas Carros, the Island mayor, that stated: "Considering that since the overthrow of the Italian authorities on Zante, no Greek postage stamps have been received for the use of postal services of the island and that those issued by the Italian occupation of the Ionian Islands are still in use and with the verbal authorization of the Commanding German Forces for the overprinting by a special commemorative marking of the said postage stamps of the Italian occupation. We decide that all postage stamps now in the hands of the Post Office of Zante and the public Treasury of Zante with the overprint Isole Jonie be overprinted with a special stamp having in a frame the "Ellas" and underneath the date 2.X.43, the day when the Greek national flag unfolded again on the Prefecture building of Zante". Thus the Zante issue of October 21, 1943 came into existence). Collection on 21 pages, well written-up, with 213 unused stamps, one 30c unused stationery card and five covers (including one card). There are singles and blocks of four of the unissued 10c brown, blocks of four and eighteen of red and black overprints of the three issued stamps, numerous varieties, including vertical overprint reading up, inverted overprint, single overprint struck on a horizontal pair, strips of three with diagonal overprint, vertical overprint reading down, missing and partial overprints in blocks with fully overprinted stamps, bottom sheet margin strips of ten signed by the Prefecture Commissioner "Arg.Votsis", 50c horizontal gutter pair, inverted overprints, missing "I" of "Isole" (single and position 7 in block of 16), etc. Stamps appear to be n.h., mostly signed Drossos, GPSY, Diena, with two Brunel certificates. A truly remarkable collection, cat.Euro 65,000+ (Cat No. Mi.I,1-3) (Image) (image 543a) (image 543b) (image 543c) (image 543d) (image 543e) (image 543f) (image 543g) (image 543h) (image 543i) (image 543j) (image 543k) (image 543l) (image 543m) (image 543n) (image 543o) (image 543p) (image 543q) (image 543r) (image 543s) (image 543t)

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CLOSED
Closing..Sep-17, 12:00 PM
GERMAN WORLD WAR II OCCUPATION ISSUES German WWII
LotNo. Symbol CatNo. Lot Description
544 nh Mi.12 image1944 Rhodes, overprinted "Weinachten 1944" type I, n.h., fine, with Raybaudi certificate, cat. €300 (Cat No. Mi.12) (Image)

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SOLD for $130.00
Closing..Sep-17, 12:00 PM
GREAT BRITAIN
LotNo. Symbol CatNo. Lot Description
545 E 1 image1840 1p black, Plate 4, lettered T-G, margins just in at upper right, canceled by black MC on 1841 FL to Edinburgh, also another copy, Plate 1a, lettered M-K, margins all around, creased and canceled by red MC on defective FL, fine appearance (Cat No. 1) (Image)

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CLOSED
Closing..Sep-17, 12:00 PM
546 O 7 image1854 6p red violet, canceled "466" (Liverpool), clear margins all around, actually showing parts of adjoining stamps at top and bottom, excellent embossing and fresh, v.f. and outstanding stamp, signed Proschold, with 1998 Karl-Albert Louis certificate, cat. $1000 (Cat No. 7) (Image)

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SOLD for $280.00
Closing..Sep-17, 12:00 PM
547 O 75 image1878 £1 brown lilac, watermarked MC, neat P.O. Glasgow Oc 21, 81 cds, rich color and fresh, splendid example of this rare high value (Scott notes that there is a 40% premium for centering and 60% premium for clear and neat circular datestamp) (catalogued without any added premium) cat. $4500 (Cat No. 75) (Image)

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SOLD for $950.00
Closing..Sep-17, 12:00 PM
548 O 91a image1882 10sh slate, white paper, duplex cancel and showing part of red arrival pmk, perfectly centered, small closed tear at top, fine appearance of this scarce high value, cat. $4750 (Cat No. 91a) (Image)

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CLOSED
Closing..Sep-17, 12:00 PM
549 O 92a image1882 £1 brown lilac, white paper, boxed H.B. P.C. and Oct 22, 83 Manchester cds, also small part of registration crayon, well centered and excellent color, minor thinning in margin, otherwise fine and most attractive example of this scarce high value, cat. $9250 (Cat No. 92a) (Image)

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Closing..Sep-17, 12:00 PM
550 O 93 image1882 £5 bright orange, neat Belfast Jan 6, 89 cds, well centered, with crayon registration lines, small closed tear in the right margin, fine appearance of this popular high value, cat. $5000 (Cat No. 93) (Image)

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SOLD for $600.00
Closing..Sep-17, 12:00 PM
551 nh 96 image1884 2sh6p lilac, bottom sheet margin single, n.h. and post office fresh, v.f. (catalogue as hinged) cat. $625 (Cat No. 96) (Image)

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SOLD for $240.00
Closing..Sep-17, 12:00 PM
552 nh 109 image1884 10sh ultramarine, lower right sheet corner margin single, n.h. and post office fresh, v.f., signed Raybaudi, with 2016 Brandon certificate (for the set of three). An outstanding stamp (SG £2,250 for hinged) (Cat No. 109) (Image)

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SOLD for $1,500.00
Closing..Sep-17, 12:00 PM
553 O 110 image1884 Queen Victoria, £1 brown violet, watermarked Three Imperial Crowns, neat Belfast July 21, 1890 postmark, with Crayon and registry markings, well centered, fresh color, minor perf. flaws, fine appearance (Scott indicates a premium of 25% for examples with margins clear of design) (catalogued without premium added) cat. $3000 (Cat No. 110) (Image)

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CLOSED
Closing..Sep-17, 12:00 PM
554 O 110 image1884 Queen Victoria, £1 brown violet, watermarked Three Imperial Crowns, two used singles, one with boxed G.P.O. cancel, nice color and well centered, horizontal crease; the other with duplex postmark, minor faults, fine appearance (Scott indicates a premium of 25% for examples with margins clear of design) (catalogued without premium added) cat. $6000 (Cat No. 110) (Image)

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SOLD for $450.00
Closing..Sep-17, 12:00 PM
555 O 123 image1888 Queen Victoria, £1 brown violet, watermarked Three Orbs, used, well centered and completely sound, without any of the usual flaws that plague this issue, bright and fresh color, v.f. and rare in this condition (Scott indicates a premium of 25% for examples with margins clear of design) (catalogued without premium added) cat. $4400 (Cat No. 123) (Image)

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CLOSED
Closing..Sep-17, 12:00 PM
556 O 124 image1891 Queen Victoria, £1 green, two different shades, used, well centered, usual minor flaws, fine appearance, cat. $1600 (Cat No. 124) (Image)

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SOLD for $230.00
Closing..Sep-17, 12:00 PM
557 O 124,124a image1891 Queen Victoria, £1 green, two different shades, used, Registry cancels, one position JC (frame broken) reperforated at left, small perf. flaws, fine appearance, cat. $2800 (Cat No. 124,124a) (Image)

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CLOSED
Closing..Sep-17, 12:00 PM
558 O 142 image1902 KEVII £1 green, Registered cancels, well centered, minor flaws as often, otherwise v.f., cat. $825 (Cat No. 142) (Image)

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CLOSED
Closing..Sep-17, 12:00 PM
559 O 142 image1911 KEVII £1 green, two different shades, used, well centered, one with Guernsey postmark, usual minor flaws, fine appearance, cat. $1650 (Cat No. 142) (Image)

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CLOSED
Closing..Sep-17, 12:00 PM
560 S 173-176S image1913 George V Seahorses, 2sh6p-£1 complete set of four, handstamped "Specimen", unused without gum, well centered, v.f., rare set of Specimens (SG 399/404s, £5,200) (Cat No. 173-176S) (Image)

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CLOSED
Closing..Sep-17, 12:00 PM

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