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Daniel F. Kelleher Auctions, LLC Sale: 730

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Cover Collections - Including Europe, Asia and Lat

Sale No: 730
Lot No: 2060
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Cat No: Collection

image Albania, Cover Collection, 1902-1945. 50 covers, with offices in Albania as well as the various Albanian cities: Durazzo, Scutari and Valona, some Italian Military mail and other interesting areas as well as WWII occupation issues, starting with Albania unused 1879 20p on 10c postal card, 10c with Valona postmark, unused 1891 20p on 10c postal card, eight 1916-17 Italian Military Post covers with Vallone or Albania Military postmarks, Durazzo two postal cards (one unused and one used with 1913 Durazzo postmarks), one cover franked with three stamps with Albania offices overprint and 1902-9 Durazzo postmarks, six 1913-14 covers with Durazzo overprints and postmarks, two covers registered Military covers with Durazzo markings, two covers with Albania offices overprint and 1903-9 Scutari postmarks, two 1913-14 covers with Scutari overprints and postmarks, seven single stamps on piece with Valona postmarks, one cover with two Valona surcharge issues on registered cover with Valona postmarks, 1913 registered cover with several Valona surcharges and interesting mixed frankings with Austria offices in the Levant issues, four covers from 1913-14 with Valona surcharges and appropriate postmarks, ten 1916-17 covers (some with and some without surcharges) all with Verificato per Censura Valona censor markings, two 1921 covers with normal Italian stamps with Valona postmarks, 1919 Italian Military Post in Argirocastro, five 1939-1944 early Albania covers with various town postmarks and various mint sets and varieties issued from 1939-45 issued under Italian Domination, Fine to Very Fine overall.
Estimate $2,500 - 3,500. Suggested Bid $2,500-3,500 (Image)

Suggested Bid $2,500-3,500

Opening US$ 1,500.00


Closed..Nov-02-2019, 16:57:42 EST
Sold For 0

Sale No: 730
Lot No: 2062
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Cat No: Collection

image Austria, Awesome Cover Compilation, 1861-1970s. Collector-built over a lifetime with, by our estimate, well over 2500 items in total, roughly one-third of which are early Franz Josef postal stationery items, both mint and used; the collection generally falls either side of WWII (only a handful of Reich-era material is included), but everything you could want is here: definitives (including examples from better issues), commemoratives, Semi-Postals, Airs, Express, etc., along with perfins, Feldpost, mixed frankings, and more; very small part philatelic in nature, the overwhelming majority real-world mail, including a nice array of stampless and early Franz Josef adhesives (including Anniversary issues); perhaps most impressive is the geographical breadth of the collection, for while Vienna is the origin on many, we also find Krakow and Prague, Brno Mesto and Trieste; Sarajevo, Dubrovnik, Bihac and Mostar; Gracenica and Olmutz plus—before they took on darker tones, Theresienstadt and Oswiecem Railway Station cancels; a small selection of Bosnia & Herzegovina postal stationery is an unexpected bonus, Fine to Very Fine with better, Tyrol your friends about this one.
Estimate $2,500 - 3,500. Suggested Bid $2,500-3,500 (Image)

Suggested Bid $2,500-3,500

Opening US$ 1,800.00
Sold...US$ 1,700.00


Closed..Nov-02-2019, 16:59:03 EST
Sold For 1700

Sale No: 730
Lot No: 2066
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image Egypt, Exquisite Postal History, 1890-1960. Approximately 550 cards & covers, we note mint & used postal cards & envelopes, picture postcards, censored, air mail, advertising, destinations, with better Egypt picture postcard with #52 tied by Port Said cancel with Bombay Seapost Office to Aden then Bombay, 1937 first day cover 220-222, 1927 registered mourning cover with 136 & 142, ocean liner from Port Said to Indonesia with three strikes "Paquebot", an exciting lot with great upside, Fine to Very Fine.
Estimate $4,000 - 6,000. Suggested Bid $4,000-6,000 (Image)

Suggested Bid $4,000-6,000

Opening US$ 3,250.00
Sold...US$ 3,250.00


Closed..Nov-02-2019, 17:01:21 EST
Sold For 3250

Sale No: 730
Lot No: 2067
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image Europe (Eastern), Enticing Extravaganza of Covers, 1863-1950s. Presented as received, totaling over 680 and comprising the Baltics, Bulgaria/Yugoslavia/Serbia, Hungary, Romania and Poland (over a third of the lot); Baltics are mainly inter-war items, though with some Soviet and independent issues, and includes rarely offered Central Lithuania covers; Serbia is strong, with a Death Mask uprating a postal card, Express forms (with Revenues), etc.; Hungary filled with perfined stamps plus Censors, WWI Occupation overprints, etc.; Romania with better including a 3pa tied on cover and an "Aero Szeged-Budapest" Semi-Official; Poland boasts a range of 1918 "Poczta Polska" overprint types on stamps and stationery, WWI and WWII German Occupation issues, 1930s meters (!), Lubomil Local Post covers, "Aero-Targ: Poznan 1921" Semi-Officials, etc., etc.; generally clean and sound, Fine to Very Fine with better throughout, well worth review.
Estimate $1,500 - 2,000. Suggested Bid $1,500-2,000 (Image)

Suggested Bid $1,500-2,000

Opening US$ 3,000.00
Sold...US$ 3,000.00


Closed..Nov-02-2019, 17:02:16 EST
Sold For 3000

Sale No: 730
Lot No: 2068
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image Europe (Western), WWII POW Mail Compendium, ca. 1942-48. Approximately 130 items in all, both covers and cards, most sent postage-free but a few franked; correspondence from POW camps of Germany, Italy, the US, Switzerland and Britain, with material including a "Detained Civilian" cover, German Feldpost, a Czech Censor, items to/from Egypt, British "Active Service" cards, all with various Censor/"Opened" markings and tapes; in addition to the covers (and not included in our count) are ephemeral items almost never encountered: a German "Grüße der Heimat/Grüße der Front" lettersheet noted on reverse "Hervé" (! what would Tintin say?), a receipt for war property…and several beer coupons (!), even a POW's Berthing Card; fascinating material in generally clean condition, Fine to Very Fine with better, some scarce items worth seeing.
Estimate $1,000 - 1,500. Suggested Bid $1,000-1,500 (Image)

Suggested Bid $1,000-1,500

Opening US$ 650.00
Sold...US$ 650.00


Closed..Nov-02-2019, 17:02:51 EST
Sold For 650

Sale No: 730
Lot No: 2070
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Cat No: Collection

image France, The Postal History of Alsace-Lorraine, 1925-48. A whopping 170+ pages of covers, cards and forms from the much-contested Franco-German border area, following its postal reintegration into France after WWI, plus its loss to and liberation from Germany in WWII. Each page of this 10-frame exhibit (plus additional material) bears from one to four covers, each fully annotated as to date and location, plus rate details. Covering the postal services and markings, along with inflation-induced rates, the collection is divided into five main headings, with sub-topics detailed within each: French Administration to 1940, the Fall of France (1939-40), German Administration (1940-44), Liberation (1944-45) and post-1945 French Administration.

The several hundred covers presented here represent a major accomplishment, as much mail from the period failed to survive the destruction wrought by the war. Beyond this, a considerable amount of material was intentionally destroyed by both sides for fear of recrimination. The time, effort (and, yes, expense) required to locate and bring together a display of this size is almost incomprehensible.

Nearly every usage imaginable is represented by both French and German covers. We note Registered, Express, Insured, Postage Due and Air covers (even a couple Zeppelins); railway station and car mail, "Suspended" markings; both French and German POW, Official and Military mail (at least one German Feldpost piece with stamps rather than free franked); postal receipts and money orders; mail from main and branch post offices, military hospitals, even a 1927 Strasbourg Philatelic Exposition official post card. German material also includes provisional retention and use of French cancellers, provisional rubber-stamped town cancels, meter strips, etc. Most destinations are regional French or German, but we find French covers addressed to Switzerland, Senegal, Thailand and Indo-China as well.

The preceding is just a taste of what you'll find in this collection—a full description of this holding would be unreadable, but you can view everything online.

A major accomplishment in its own right, and a once-in-a-lifetime boon for the French, German or WWII postal historian.
Estimate $7,500 - 10,000. Suggested Bid $7,500-10,000 (Image)

Suggested Bid $7,500-10,000

Opening US$ 4,000.00
Sold...US$ 3,500.00


Closed..Nov-02-2019, 17:03:33 EST
Sold For 3500

Sale No: 730
Lot No: 2071
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Cat No: Collection

image France, Army of the Orient (Armée d'orient), 1915-23. These 48 exhibit pages, well-designed and fully annotated, present the history of the French forces sent to face not the Germans, but the Turks, in WWI. The Balkan Front has received much less attention—both historically and philatelically—than the Western Front. But its range, variety and importance are no less, as the covers and cards in this collection—over 100 of them—show.

The majority of covers are stampless, as military personnel received free franking privileges from 1914 through the time peace treaties took effect. Various unit cachets are present, along with Trésor et Postes datestamps bearing postal-sector numbers analogous to FPO and APO markings of the British and Americans. Of those covers that are franked, we note stamps of Egypt, France, Greece and Turkey (the latter a civilian letter bearing both Turkish and French adhesives)—along with a Russian military card used at Salonica.

Born of a single French corps—sent to support the British in their ill-conceived Gallipolis campaign, and later withdrawn to "neutral" Greece—the French Armée d'orient (AO) was tasked with supporting the Serbian and Greek armies against mainly Bulgar forces. The war would see them in Italy and Greece, the Balkans, and Turkey itself.

The collection covers the original Expeditionary Corps of 1915, the Occupation of Castellorizo (1915-20), supply line bases, plus the AO's campaigns in Greek Macedonia, Corfu (French-franked cover with Serbian Censor handstamp), Suez and Palestine, Syria, Greece Albania, and Bulgaria. Post from the Légion d'orient (Armenian volunteers raised in Port Said to fight against the Turks) is present as well, as are covers from aviation squadrons, artillery units, automobile convoys, medical units, and naval forces. Post-war occupations of Rouad, Epirus, Bulgaria (the Armée du Danube), Hungary, Constantinople, Cilicia and Smyrna are all illustrated as well.

We note Registered and Airmail usages, with destinations of France, the US, Egypt and Switzerland. One card bears the blue cachet of the AO's Bacteriology Laboratory (!), a mail wagon fire cover (the result of a German airplane raid), a picture post card sent via submarine (!!), plus a ribboned bronze medal of the AO soldiery.

Uncommon material from a lesser-known theater of the Great War.
Estimate $5,000 - 7,500. Suggested Bid $5,000-7,500 (Image)

Suggested Bid $5,000-7,500

Opening US$ 5,000.00
Sold...US$ 5,000.00


Closed..Nov-02-2019, 17:03:52 EST
Sold For 5000

Sale No: 730
Lot No: 2073
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Cat No: Collection

image France, French Railway Transfer Office Exhibit, 1864-82. 16 pages dedicated to the French railroads and their conveyance of la poste. Created in 1864 as station sorting and forwarding facilities for mail not carried in closed sacks, the system grew to 23 offices, mainly at junctions of two or more rail lines, and all on at least one trunk line. These bureaux de passe fell into disuse from the mid-1870s and were done away with entirely in mid-December of 1882.

Each of the 23 offices operating during this relatively short time period is represented here. The markings took the form of eccentric double-circle markings using the station town's alphanumeric identifier. Three distinct types were used, differing in the size and font used for the numeral (illustrated on the title page).

As transit markings, these most commonly were struck on the back of the cover. Accordingly, most of the covers here are shown recto-verso, though several have the transits struck face-side (there are also two stamps, off cover, showing near complete strikes of the markings). And while nearly all covers reached their destination passing through just one of these transfer offices, the collector was able to find one example each of a two-transit and three-transit cover.

Come aboard for this Napoléon- and Cérès-filled journey on the rails.
Estimate $2,000 - 3,000. Suggested Bid $2,000-3,000 (Image)

Suggested Bid $2,000-3,000

Opening US$ 1,000.00


Closed..Nov-02-2019, 17:04:35 EST
Sold For 0

Sale No: 730
Lot No: 2075
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Cat No: Collection

image German Area, A Postal History Overview, 1845-1960s. From German States to post-war States, this collection has it all: States, Empire, Reich, Occupations and Plebiscites (no Colonies noted); Air, Sea and Military Post, etc., etc.; a number of stampless covers start off the collection, with good Bavaria, Prussia, Thurn & Taxis, etc.; Empire includes solid usage of Germania, plus several Mark-value Symbol of Empire issues; Reich runs the gamut from Hitler Head definitives to souvenir sheets on cover; post-war period is amazingly well-represented, with issues from each Zone—and from many of the regions therein—included here, along with surprising Local Issues; Occupations include Belgium, Poland (WWI and WWII), Russia, Alsace (WWII); along with Saar (including "Sarre" Germanias), Allenstein, Memel, Danzig, Schleswig and Upper Silesia, Bund, Berlin and DDR; note a Hindenburg Olympics flight cachet, "On High Seas" markings, a 1901 card to Australia with Suez transit, Inflations, Railway cancels, Censors, a Brandenburg Gate booklet pane on cover, a lovely 1911 post card depicting Strasbourg's Astronomical Clock—with moving parts (!!), even a 3pf Goethe on an Ottoman 20para postal card; great illustrated/advertising material throughout, all generally fresh and sound, Fine to Very Fine with much better, a must-see.
Estimate $4,000 - 6,000. Suggested Bid $4,000-6,000 (Image)

Suggested Bid $4,000-6,000

Opening US$ 3,750.00
Sold...US$ 3,750.00


Closed..Nov-02-2019, 17:05:26 EST
Sold For 3750

Sale No: 730
Lot No: 2077
Symbol:
Cat No: Collection

image Germany, LZ-129 Hindenburg, May Day (non-)Flight Collection, 1937. Five binders presenting over 370 covers, plus additional related materials, from the aborted May 1 National Flight of the Hindenburg. Unable to repeat her Germany Flight of the previous year due to weather, the mail intended for the May 1 flight was added to that on her May 3 flight to North America, and parachuted over Cologne for delivery. This lot contains a great range of frankings (including Hitler and other souvenir sheets complete), flight cachets in various colors (including black and the very scarce blue in addition to normal shades of red), photos, a passenger list, etc., etc.—along with a copy of Charles Jacob's Ausfalls: LZ 129 Hindenburg May Day Flight 1937.

* * *

Zeppelins. They were sleek, silent and sensational. During WWI, they were deadly, being used for bombing raids over England and the Continent. But during the inter-war years, Germany looked to "rebrand" her airships as passenger liners and symbols of German modernity and know-how. The most famous of her inter-war ships, the Graf Zeppelin, made numerous well-known intercontinental and trans-oceanic flights—North and South America, the Middle East, the Arctic, 1929's Around-the-World Flight, and to the 1933 Chicago World's Fair (all of which spawned sought-after philatelic mementos)—as well as less well-known flights within and around Germany, including a 1936 propaganda flight to the Rhineland demilitarized zone.

On that latter flight, Graf Zeppelin was accompanied by the newly launched Hindenburg. Whereas there had been an air of the "goodwill flight" with its international journeys (in addition to being tests of the machines, passenger trips plus money-makers for the company), the March 1936 Deutschlandfahrt was organized by the Reich Ministry for Public Enlightenment and Propaganda. The re-militarization of the Rhineland in direct contradiction of the Treaty of Versailles and the Locarno Pact was backed by an after-the-fact plebiscite, with the two airships meant to inspire German pride (and, thanks to leaflets dropped and speeches broadcast, sway votes) during their flights in the week leading to the referendum.

Hindenburg's 1937 season began in late March with a South America flight. This was bracketed (mid-March and late April) by a series of unsuccessful experimental hook-ons and take-offs from the undercarriage trapeze (pioneered on the USS Akron) by Ernst Udet (pilot of the Kent Greenland Airmail label cover offered elsewhere in the sale).

Hindenburg's next flight was to be a reprise of her 1936 Deutschlandfahrt, this time a one-day return trip running from Frankfurt's newly opened airport north to Berlin and back. Mail-carrying fees were always a major source of income for the Zeppelin company, and this flight was no different: following postal officials' announcement of the flight, over 100 kg of covers were aboard for servicing.

The flight, however, was not to be—all thanks to the weather. The winds had been high the previous year, and Hindenburg's tail fin was damaged as her captain tried to take off despite the conditions. Mindful of the damage (physical and reputational) from 1936, officials unhappily agreed to scrap the 1937 flight. The question then remained: What to do with the mail?

An elegant solution was found in an extra handstamp and Hindenburg's flight schedule. May 3 was her first North America flight of the season, so all mail intended for the National Flight was added to the covers and cards intended for Lakehurst. A special rectangular four-line handstamp reading "Due to cancelled/Germany Flight/mail drop from/North America Flight" was applied, and a parachute drop made over the center of Cologne around 9:30 p.m. The ship then turned west en route toward the Atlantic, New Jersey, and her still not fully explained fiery end.
Estimate $6,000 - 8,000. Suggested Bid $6,000-8,000 (Image)

Suggested Bid $6,000-8,000

Opening US$ 11,000.00
Sold...US$ 11,000.00


Closed..Nov-02-2019, 17:07:21 EST
Sold For 11000

Sale No: 730
Lot No: 2082
Symbol:
Cat No: Collection

image German Offices in Morocco, Cover Collection, 1899-1911. Various covers and picture post cards neatly mounted to blank Scott pages, with early surcharges on one picture post card and six covers, various Germania surcharges: eight covers of various frankings, one of which is large fancy Royal Malaga Bodega Company advertising cover and another with nine different values to 80pf on registry cover and fourteen post cards (many of which are picture post cards), overall Fine to Very Fine.
Estimate $500 - 750. Suggested Bid $500-750 (Image)

Suggested Bid $500-750

Opening US$ 250.00


Closed..Nov-02-2019, 17:10:05 EST
Sold For 0

Sale No: 730
Lot No: 2086
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Cat No: Collection

image Israel, Postal History, 1945-60. A few hundred covers and folders, with cover to the Office of Education, cover from Department of Rehabilitation, 1950's Israeli Defense Fund envelope for securely taking letters from individual units to the Censorship Department, first day covers, official overprinted War Veteran Association, a collection with great potential, please review, Fine to Very Fine.
Estimate $300 - 400. Suggested Bid $300-400 (Image)

Suggested Bid $300-400

Opening US$ 150.00


Closed..Nov-02-2019, 17:12:20 EST
Sold For 0

Sale No: 730
Lot No: 2087
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image Italy & Colonies, Stupendous Sampler of Postal History, 1830s-1960s. In excess of 1500 pieces; covers, cards and forms; Italy proper dominates, but we note items from Eritrea (including postal cards), Fiume, Libya, San Marino, the Vatican, Venezia-Giulia, AMG, etc.; a wealth of material, with much early duplicated; note meters and Official postal cards, many picture post cards, perfins, cancelled (and used) Money Orders (Cartolina-Vaglia; cancelled with counterfoils), First Issue postal cards, a 1923 picture post card with First Day usage of the 60c Victor Emmanuel III adhesive (with Biondi certificate, signed by him and by A. Diena), a Vatican cover with slogan cancel marking Hitler's May 1938 trip to Italy, items bearing various singles from the 1930s sets, several stampless items, an 1866 folded letter cancelled Dierna with strip of four #24 tied by rhomboids, etc.; an excellent range of city cancels with myriad destinations (both domestic and foreign), plus some incoming mail, including an 1864 cover from France; generally fresh and clean, Fine to Very Fine with better, this lot offers hours of la dolce vita; inspect.
Estimate $2,000 - 3,000. Suggested Bid $2,000-3,000 (Image)

Suggested Bid $2,000-3,000

Opening US$ 2,700.00
Sold...US$ 2,700.00


Closed..Nov-02-2019, 17:13:19 EST
Sold For 2700

Sale No: 730
Lot No: 2095
Symbol:
Cat No: Collection

image Latin America, Exemplary Postal History Selection, 1890s-1980s. From a collector who knew what he liked: approximately 1000 covers in all, from Haiti to Argentina with almost everything in between; particularly strong in Airmail covers from across the region, with First Flight Covers, Colombia "A" overprints, Condor Air cover, an oversized LANSA-franked cover, etc., but with much more to offer, including Officials (among which Brazilian "M.H." overprints), Specimen postal cards, Mexican Sunburst labels, First Sailing Covers, mourning covers, a Hidalgo Express corner card cover, perfins galore, plus early material including an 1826 folded letter sent London to San Sebastian (rated 2/2 in manuscript), an 1849 Brazil folded letter sent to Tagnarimbo, and a Mexican 1862 folded letter (franked 2R) to Guadalajara; many iconic issues spotted, including a couple Pegasi, etc., Fine to Very Fine, a clean, unpicked collection; come and see.
Estimate $2,000 - 3,000. Suggested Bid $2,000-3,000 (Image)

Suggested Bid $2,000-3,000

Opening US$ 2,500.00
Sold...US$ 2,500.00


Closed..Nov-02-2019, 17:22:33 EST
Sold For 2500

Sale No: 730
Lot No: 2096
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Cat No: Collection

image Mexico, Cover Collection, 1906-1970's. 80+ covers, fifty of which are Railway or Flag covers, most of which have postmarks from 1906-15 with several bisects, many overseas and higher rate usages and postal stationary, the remaining covers containing a nice selection of unused stationary, airmails, a few advertising including a couple lovely illustrated ad covers, generally Fine to Very Fine.
Estimate $500 - 750. Suggested Bid $500-750 (Image)

Suggested Bid $500-750

Opening US$ 375.00
Sold...US$ 375.00


Closed..Nov-02-2019, 17:24:43 EST
Sold For 375

Sale No: 730
Lot No: 2098
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Cat No: Collection

image Netherlands, Oversized Postal History Collection, 1840-1960s. This holding belies the country's small size; the 5000+ (+) covers, postal stationery items (of all descriptions) and postcards show the Low Countries still hold writing dear; the earliest items included are several stampless items with handstamped fees, with a full range of philatelic usages: definitives and commemoratives, Semi-Postals, Airs, Dues, Express and Officials; Parcel Post receipts, Bahnpost cancels, Registered covers, Feldpost items, postal counterfoils/receipts for mailing, Censors, a Rocket Mail cover (!), etc., etc.; while most items run 1880s on, we note a First Issue 10c on cover sent Breda to 's-Hertogenbosch, several covers bearing the perforated Second Issues, and more; exceptionally clean throughout, Fine to Very Fine, don't go Dutch on this one—you'll want it all for yourself; viewing recommended.
Estimate $7,500 - 10,000. Suggested Bid $7,500-10,000 (Image)

Suggested Bid $7,500-10,000

Opening US$ 6,000.00


Closed..Nov-02-2019, 17:25:35 EST
Sold For 0

Sale No: 730
Lot No: 2099
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Cat No: Collection

image Netherlands, Stampless Cover Collection, 1687-1869. Over 60 covers (folded letter sheets) on homemade pages, each annotated to greater or lesser degree; the earliest, dated Nov. 14, 1687, a letter sent within Amsterdam; the latest sent Hoorn to Rotterdam Dec. 18, 1869; in between, a wide array of cancels and auxiliary markings; much originating in Amsterdam, but we note also items from Arnhem, Delft, Doordrecht, Haarlem, the Hague, Leiden, 's Gravenhage (on what appears to be an official letter), Shertogenbosch, Zaandam, etc.; cancels in both black, red and violet, with straightline, two-line, circular dated, etc.; multiple transits, receivers, company cachets, "Na Posttid" ("After Posting Time"), and more, including an 1841 "Express" letter sent via Concordia stagecoach with company cachet, an 1863 cover sent Riga to Paris via Amsterdam, an 1814 French Occupation cover, and more, Very Fine, interesting and uncommon material; imaged in full online.
Estimate $1,500 - 2,000. Suggested Bid $1,500-2,000 (Image)

Suggested Bid $1,500-2,000

Opening US$ 950.00


Closed..Nov-02-2019, 17:25:50 EST
Sold For 0

Sale No: 730
Lot No: 2100
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Cat No: Collection

image Netherlands, The Keukenhof Collection of Bestellersstempels on Cover. Fantastic collection/lot of the popular "bestellers stempels," cancels that were applied by the Postman in certain areas, including. many different types, colors, varieties, also many nice frankings and destination. Somewhere between 1200 and 1400 covers and cards in total, in two small boxes, generally Fine to Very Fine, wonderful unpicked lot.
Estimate $1,000 - 1,500. Suggested Bid $1,000-1,500 (Image)

Suggested Bid $1,000-1,500

Opening US$ 900.00
Sold...US$ 900.00


Closed..Nov-02-2019, 17:26:08 EST
Sold For 900

Sale No: 730
Lot No: 2101
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Cat No: Collection

image Netherlands & Colonies, World War II Postal History 1938-1946. Over 500 cards & covers, includes picture postcards, used postal cards, postage dues, censored, feldpost, semipostals, a good selection of WWII material with various censor tapes & handstamps, please review, Fine to Very Fine.
Estimate $2,500 - 3,500. Suggested Bid $2,500-3,500 (Image)

Suggested Bid $2,500-3,500

Opening US$ 1,600.00
Sold...US$ 1,600.00


Closed..Nov-02-2019, 17:26:30 EST
Sold For 1600

Sale No: 730
Lot No: 2102
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image Netherlands East Indies, Exceptional Postal History Compilation, 1890s-1950s. Over 2000 items in total by our estimate, with the full range of postal life of the colony on display; note Red Cross covers, Censors from WWII and WWI, "On Active Service" letter sheets, Christmas/New Year cards, Officials, Airs, etc.; note "RIS", "JAVA" and "Indonesia" overprints, First Flight Covers, an incoming cover from Burma, meters, multiple franking covers, several 1890s items addressed in Japanese (Chinese?), company chops, etc.; much postal stationery, both East Indies and Japanese Occupation, mint and used, and in quantity (variety hunters take note!), with normal, uprated and revalued to be had; a wide range of origins and destinations, both domestic and foreign; Williams and Wilhelminas predominate the frankings, but enough commemoratives, Semi-Postals and Airs to make this lot just that bit more interesting; unsurprisingly, some toning occurs, but overall the items are presentable and clean, Fine to Very Fine or better, a must-see, as this material is seldom offered in such quantity.
Estimate $4,000 - 6,000. Suggested Bid $4,000-6,000 (Image)

Suggested Bid $4,000-6,000

Opening US$ 3,000.00
Sold...US$ 3,000.00


Closed..Nov-02-2019, 17:26:50 EST
Sold For 3000

Sale No: 730
Lot No: 2103
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image Netherlands East Indies: Japanese Occupation, Cover Compendium, ca. 1942-45. Per the collector, 250 covers and stationeries in all; there's a bit of everything here, from personal and business correspondence to Military stationery, POW items and covers to the Red Cross in Switzerland; note stationery of all descriptions, some mint with printing varieties/plate flaws noted; stampless, Censored with various handstamps/signatures, Registered, Officials, etc.; mint and used POW cards, mint and used Japanese Military postal cards (one franked by Japan 7s Diamond Mountains), a postal card addressed to a Marine Camp, BMA overprints with unoverprinted Straits Settlements issues, Sumatra/"T" overprinted Queens, overprinted East Indies Feldpost cards mint, commemorative cancels…even an identity card (!); most all used domestically, making for interesting origin-destination combinations; generally fresh and sound, Fine to Very Fine with better, a fascinating holding of this material, not often encountered (especially in quantity).
Estimate $3,000 - 4,000. Suggested Bid $3,000-4,000 (Image)

Suggested Bid $3,000-4,000

Opening US$ 2,500.00


Closed..Nov-02-2019, 17:27:12 EST
Sold For 0

Sale No: 730
Lot No: 2104
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image Russia, Rousing Ramble of Covers, 1849-1960s. Over 300 in all, most individually sleeved, spanning both Empire and Soviets; starts off with a gorgeous 1849-datelined folded letter from St. Petersburg to Reims with "Aus Russland" straightline handstamp, numerous transits and several rate markings; the holding is heavier with Imperial items including covers, postcards, postal stationery (entires, cards, letter cards, etc.) from across the Russian expanse; we note a postcard from Lódz and several very pretty items from Warsaw, numerous Riga and Lithuania origins, a Hungarian cover with St. Petersburg Local Post machine transit on reverse, censor markings and tapes, WWI POW cards, enclosed numerals cancels, company chops, Railway and Traveling Post Office cancels, multiple (sometimes very) frankings, a wrapper to the Russian Imperial Consulate in Geneva, a cover with a US Consulate General/St. Petersburg corner card, etc.; Soviet items include a pair of 50k Zeppelins on cover from Kiev to Switzerland, numerous slogan postal cards, an Armenian return card with Soviet franking, two 1967 Cosmonauts Day First Days autographed, and much, much more; Airs, Dues (some with foreign adhesives, some with Russian handstamp), Registered, and more, Fine to Very Fine with better, viewing will be a joy.
Estimate $1,500 - 2,000. Suggested Bid $1,500-2,000 (Image)

Suggested Bid $1,500-2,000

Opening US$ 2,300.00
Sold...US$ 2,300.00


Closed..Nov-02-2019, 17:28:17 EST
Sold For 2300

Sale No: 730
Lot No: 2105
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Cat No: Collection

image Russia, Pochtovi Vagon (Travel Post Office) Cover and Post Card Collection, 1880's-1915. 65+ covers and postcards, with many early postal stationary cards, early Empire stamps used on cover and post cards, many early lovely picture post cards, with plenty of great postmarks from a wide variety of post offices, generally Fine to Very Fine.
Estimate $500 - 750. Suggested Bid $500-750 (Image)

Suggested Bid $500-750

Opening US$ 600.00
Sold...US$ 600.00


Closed..Nov-02-2019, 17:28:45 EST
Sold For 600

Sale No: 730
Lot No: 2106
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Cat No: Collection

image Scandinavia: Denmark, Delightful Postal History Collection, 1855-1970. In all probably in excess of 500 covers, stationery and postcards, beginning with two stampless folded letters, the first an 1855 cover from Helsingborg to Copenhaven, the second an 1861 cover to Reims, with most items falling in the 1900-1960 range; an absolute wealth of postal cards, letter cards, wrappers (!) and entires, along with a broad array of commercial covers; many definitive-franked, but more than expected bear commemoratives (and even a few Semi-Postals or Airs) as postage; note perfined stamps on covers, a perfined stationery entire (straight through the envelope!); Airs, Dues, Registered, Printed Matter usages; slogan cancels, censored items, a modern Faroes and several Greenland covers, even a Kristianssunds Local Post postal card; generally fresh and sound, Fine to Very Fine with better throughout, a bargain at our estimate.
Estimate $750 - 1,000. Suggested Bid $750-1,000 (Image)

Suggested Bid $750-1,000

Opening US$ 550.00
Sold...US$ 550.00


Closed..Nov-02-2019, 17:29:09 EST
Sold For 550

Sale No: 730
Lot No: 2107
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Cat No: Collection

image Scandinavia: Denmark, The Blue Monday Collection of Covers and FDC's, 1900-1980. Wonderful variety of covers and first day covers, also postal stationery, announcement sheets of the new stamps, crash covers, se-tenants and postage dues on cover etc. etc. Total of about 500 items, in a box. Days of joy and nice pickings for the postal historian or cover enthusiast! generally Fine to Very Fine.
Estimate $600 - 800. Suggested Bid $600-800 (Image)

Suggested Bid $600-800

Opening US$ 600.00
Sold...US$ 600.00


Closed..Nov-02-2019, 17:29:26 EST
Sold For 600

Sale No: 730
Lot No: 2109
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Cat No: Collection

image Scandinavia: Norway, Nice Postal History Sampler, 1890-1980. A couple hundred covers in total, including postal stationery, a few picture post cards, etc.; the holding starts with an 1890 10ø UPU "Brevkort fra Norge", with most material falling into the 1910s to '50s period; lighter on Posthorn-franked items than expected, with plenty of King Haakons and Rampant Lions—plus enough commemoratives, Semi-Postals and Airmails to enliven the bunch; note a mourning cover, censored covers, most any usage you can dream up, a nice selection of slogan roller cancels mostly from the 1950s (including Olympics, Scouts' 50th Anniversary, etc.) plus a 1943 "Black Marketeers are Society's Enemies" roller; Post Office Official Business envelopes, a ca. 1910 (?) Post Office glassine with "Retur" handstamped and preprinted "The enclosed letter was damaged in postal handling"; even three Svalbard covers, two of which bear a bright pink pictorial "Worlds Northermost [sic] Community/[Seal on ice floe] Kingsbay 79° North/Svalbard" cachet, Fine to Very Fine with better, nice material; inspect.
Estimate $500 - 750. Suggested Bid $500-750 (Image)

Suggested Bid $500-750

Opening US$ 325.00
Sold...US$ 325.00


Closed..Nov-02-2019, 17:30:06 EST
Sold For 325

Sale No: 730
Lot No: 2110
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Cat No: Collection

image Scandinavia: Sweden, Sensational Stationery & Covers Compilation, 1864-1960s. Well over 400 in all, ranging from an 1864 stampless folded letter sent Stockholm to Reims to 1960s commercial mail with a few more recent items as well; strong in postal stationery of all descriptions, with a nice mint array; the covers run the gamut of usages, origins and destinations, with Airmail, Registered, Express and Postage Due etiquettes all noted, several mourning covers, package receipts, a 1901 cover from the German Consulate in Carlskrona to Bochum, several German-censored covers from WWII, Military covers and cards, overprinted and uprated stationery, an 1860s folded letter outer sheet franked by 24ö Coat-of-Arms and 3ö Laying Lion, several philatelic items sent to Ringström, Danish boxed "Fra Sverige" handstamps, a Swedish postal card cancelled Copenhagen, etc., Fine to Very Fine with much better, a fun lot; be sure to view.
Estimate $1,000 - 1,500. Suggested Bid $1,000-1,500 (Image)

Suggested Bid $1,000-1,500

Opening US$ 750.00
Sold...US$ 750.00


Closed..Nov-02-2019, 17:30:23 EST
Sold For 750

Sale No: 730
Lot No: 2111
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image Spain & Colonies, Postal History Festival, 1860-1960. Approximately 425 covers & cards, with picture postcards, mint & used postal stationery, commemorative cards, air mail, ad covers, locals, censored, Zeppelin flight cover from Denmark to Canary Islands, Zeppelin flight cover from Germany to Canary Islands, 1939 zeppelin flight cover from Great Britain to Canary Islands, 1937 first flight Argentina to Canary Islands, 1939 propaganda card with Hitler, Mussolini & Franco pictured, also some ephemera, some mixed condition, evaluation please, Fine to Very Fine.
Estimate $1,500 - 2,000. Suggested Bid $1,500-2,000 (Image)

Suggested Bid $1,500-2,000

Opening US$ 1,300.00
Sold...US$ 1,300.00


Closed..Nov-02-2019, 17:30:44 EST
Sold For 1300

Sale No: 730
Lot No: 2112
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Cat No: Collection

image Switzerland, Postal History Sundries, 1890-1975. A few thousand covers & cards, includes picture postcards, mint & used postal cards & envelopes, commemorative cards, destinations, postage dues, registered, censored, semi-postals, first flights, documents with stamps, airmails, with better first day cover #B178, B89 on cover, 1929 first flight with C3, C7 & C14, an attractive group with enormous potential, please review, Fine to Very Fine.
Estimate $4,000 - 6,000. Suggested Bid $4,000-6,000 (Image)

Suggested Bid $4,000-6,000

Opening US$ 3,250.00
Sold...US$ 3,250.00


Closed..Nov-02-2019, 17:31:05 EST
Sold For 3250

Sale No: 730
Lot No: 2113
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Cat No: Collection

image Switzerland, Postal History Collection, 1799-1920's. 40 different Swiss classic era covers, starting with 4 early stampless covers with early official postmarks, #10 on small cover, 4 imperf 1850's seated Helvetia folded letters of different denominations (10r (x2), 15r and 40r), 21 early stationary postal cards and envelopes, mostly featuring Swiss coat of arms or Swiss dove above coat of arms, a J7 (very rare on cover) tied to cover by Berne 1879 cds, from Brussels Swiss Consulate to Federate Office in Bern, some William Tell and William Tell's son issue postal cards, plus a small group of covers franked with Helvetia and William Tell issues., generally Fine to Very Fine, A lovely classical era group that any serious Swiss collector should love.
Estimate $500 - 750. Suggested Bid $500-750 (Image)

Suggested Bid $500-750

Opening US$ 250.00


Closed..Nov-02-2019, 17:31:21 EST
Sold For 0

Sale No: 730
Lot No: 2114
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Cat No: Collection

image Turkey: Foreign Offices in the Levant, Stupendous Postal History Collection, 1899-1920. Approximately 300 cards & covers, includes mint & used postal cards and stationery, picture postcards, covers, some better includes corner ad cover with Great Britain #160 & 161 with British Army Post Office hand stamp to Sweden, picture postcard with Romanian Post Office in the Turkish Empire #7-9, cover with France Offices in Turkey #46 from Constantinople to Germany, picture postacard with Germany in the Turkish Empire #9 with "Luca Babcovich & Co/Steamship Agents Constatinople" handstamp, Greece #199 on picture postcard, Italy Offices Abroad Smyna #4 to Holland, and as they say in the old country, that barely scratches the surface, an amazing collection sure to bring more than our low estimate, good hunting, Fine to Very Fine.
Estimate $3,000 - 4,000. Suggested Bid $3,000-4,000 (Image)

Suggested Bid $3,000-4,000

Opening US$ 3,000.00
Sold...US$ 3,000.00


Closed..Nov-02-2019, 17:31:49 EST
Sold For 3000

Sale No: 730
Lot No: 2115
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Cat No: Collection

image Worldwide, Zeppelin Card & Cover Collection, 1914-1936. Approximately 370 cards & covers, the vast majority are picture postcards, both posted & unposted, includes Germany C57-C58 on cover with red Europa Nordamerika cachet from Frankfurt to Stuttgart, 1928 U.S. #570 pair & 557 on cover with violet First Flight Air Mail cachet, 1929 Switzerland flight cover with C3, C6, C10, C11, 1936 Hindenburg Olympic cover with B82-B89 with red cachet, 1932 Brazil with 361 & C29 to Holland, with dozens of better picture postcards this is a treasure trove for any zeppelin dealer or collector, please take the time to carefully inspect, Fine to Very Fine.
Estimate $5,000 - 7,500. Suggested Bid $5,000-7,500 (Image)

Suggested Bid $5,000-7,500

Opening US$ 5,000.00
Sold...US$ 5,000.00


Closed..Nov-02-2019, 17:32:17 EST
Sold For 5000

Sale No: 730
Lot No: 2116
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Cat No: Collection

image Worldwide, Large Holding of Various Interesting Covers, 1850's-1980's. 1,000 to 2,000 group of mostly better covers from all over the world, with a small album of Vario pages of Great Britain penny reds, album of Vario pages of 1953 BOAC Comet Jetliner first flight covers, with some nice Japan and India, another album of stock pages with a thoroughly mixed covers, Great Britain 1877 1s Victoria to Malta, nice group of earlier (1920's or 30's) mostly from Mexico, Japan, Italy, three 1950's Cameroun, one postage due to U.S., China 2c Coiling Dragon on George Miner cover to Syracuse from Foochow, through French Shang-Hai to U.S.A. with railway postmark on reverse, five China Republic (mostly 1940's) covers, several Germany 1930's illustrated post cards, with Hitler on Autobahn public works project, dramatic real photo PPC of Madagascar insurrection prisoner's bound to each other with large tree limbs, a few censors, group of Kaiser Yacht postal cards, more than a dozen unusual French telegramme cards, many French and German postal stationary entires, three 1900 Paris Exposition picture postcards, several unusual Liberia covers, early 1938 Christmas Island forerunner stamp on cover with French Oceana stamp, 1914 German South West Africa Smoke "Faust" Cigars post card, a few early Prussia cover, Baden, Austria 30 pair on registered, Germany Hitler set to 5dm with unofficial General Patton 1945 overprint on each stamp, three early 1930's Philippine Airmail, a few 1920's Cuban flight covers, U.S. 2c Bureau on 1914 cover from Mexico to Ohio, Sardinia 12 on cover from Palermo to Napoli, two 1911 Great Britain post cards with First U.K. Aerial Post Biplane, great airmails, 1934 German Rocket mail cover, Germany CL1 two covers, one with Frankfurt, one with Darmstadt postmarks, a couple WWII German Occupation of Poland General Government covers, four registered covers (three full sets) with German occupation issues of Alsace, Loraine and Luxembourg, 1907 Indochina PPC with Chinese men eating a traditional meal. 1907 French Offices in China Shang-Hai, 1934 Deutscher Raketenflug PPC with picture of Scientist and early Rocket, many early Germania with Flag cancels, 1945 Bohemia and Moravia German Hitler set with CSR/USA 1945 overprint, New Zealand 1 1/2 Victoria with one penny overprint postal reply card to U.S. with three 2c U.S. postage dues, many early Victoria Stationary entires, several French 1900 Sommet de la Tour Eiffel PPC's with Eiffel Tower photo on reverse, French Colonies stationary group, 12 early 1900's Mexico, Albania 47-52 set on cover, many unused Kaisers Yacht and Germania occupation postal cards, early Greece 1896 cover franked with some early Olympics stamps, South West Africa early 1940's pairs and strips of three sets on several covers, 1961 Ireland with several "One Flag / One Country" labels, 1941 French Forces in Africa censored cover to Marseille, 1905 2c Philippine overprint on U.S. issue from Manila to Dayton, Kentucky, unused Ballon Monte cover, and so much more, certainly one of the more interesting cover lots with so many unusual pieces, generally Fine to Very Fine.
Estimate $3,000 - 4,000. Suggested Bid $3,000-4,000 (Image)

Suggested Bid $3,000-4,000

Opening US$ 4,250.00
Sold...US$ 4,250.00


Closed..Nov-02-2019, 17:32:41 EST
Sold For 4250

Sale No: 730
Lot No: 2117
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Cat No: Collection

image Worldwide, Remarkable Red Cross Cover Collection, 1905-1975. The ultimate Red Cross collection, with thousands of card & covers, includes POW cards, mint & used postal cards, postcards showing nurses and patients, POW cover from Saar, patriotic cards, collection of over 106 Red Cross ephemera including tobacco cards, poster stamps, notgeld, etc., real photo postcard of field hospital, cigar ad card, 1925 Albania Red Cross cover with C1-C7, B5 (2), 1940 Finland cover with B35-B38, simply put, it is a collection that viewing will only enhance your pleasure, Fine to Very Fine.
Estimate $3,000 - 4,000. Suggested Bid $3,000-4,000 (Image)

Suggested Bid $3,000-4,000

Opening US$ 2,000.00


Closed..Nov-02-2019, 17:33:00 EST
Sold For 0

Sale No: 730
Lot No: 2118
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image Worldwide, World War II Postal History, 1936-1947. Several hundred covers, cards & ephemera, from Germany, Sweden, Portugal, Syria, Turkey, Italy, Norway, Iran, Czechoslovakia, Costa Rica, Columbia, Malaya, Finland, Greece, with various censor handstamps and tapes, 1941 feldpost with Afrika Korps cachet, better cancels, a great lot for the WWII specialist, Fine to Very Fine.
Estimate $2,500 - 3,500. Suggested Bid $2,500-3,500 (Image)

Suggested Bid $2,500-3,500

Opening US$ 2,500.00
Sold...US$ 2,500.00


Closed..Nov-02-2019, 17:33:18 EST
Sold For 2500

Sale No: 730
Lot No: 2119
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image Worldwide, WWI Postal History, 1914-1919. Approximately 450 cards & covers, includes picture postcards, propaganda cards, censored, feldpost, POW mail, used postal stationery, POW mail, mourning covers, countries include Australia, Austria, France, Germany, Italy, Netherlands, French Morocco, Germany, Greece, U.S., Argentina, Denmark, Fine to Very Fine.
Estimate $2,000 - 3,000. Suggested Bid $2,000-3,000 (Image)

Suggested Bid $2,000-3,000

Opening US$ 1,900.00
Sold...US$ 1,900.00


Closed..Nov-02-2019, 17:33:34 EST
Sold For 1900

Sale No: 730
Lot No: 2120
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image Worldwide, Antarctica Postal History, 1935-2000. Thousands of covers, all Antarctic related, from countries Russia, Argentina, Faroe Islands, DDR, Great Britain, Norway, Spain, Australia Antarctic Territory, U.S., New Zealand, Chile, British Antarctic Territory, South Georgia, PRC, Poland, Czechoslovakia, with many Byrd related covers, various first day covers, a few better include FSAT #28 first day cover, 1958 B605 & B605b cover, a terrific lot of these much sought after item, bid early bid often, Fine to Very Fine.
Estimate $2,000 - 3,000. Suggested Bid $2,000-3,000 (Image)

Suggested Bid $2,000-3,000

Opening US$ 1,300.00
Sold...US$ 1,300.00


Closed..Nov-02-2019, 17:33:53 EST
Sold For 1300

Sale No: 730
Lot No: 2121
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Cat No: Collection

image Worldwide, Soccer: Covering the Beautiful Game. In every way possible—and with nearly as many covers; thousands in total (we've not counted, but the sheer bulk of the lot makes us think we're on the right track), including commercial mail with soccer-themed postage, special or commemorative cancels, game day covers, FIFA centenary items, a miscellany of covers from soccer organizations, a small group of ephemera including tickets, plus smaller specialized holdings of women's soccer material and British soccer-related cancels and covers; a minimal number of American football and other sports-related covers included as a bonus, Very Fine overall, a once-in-a-lifetime offering.
Estimate $2,000 - 3,000. Suggested Bid $2,000-3,000 (Image)

Suggested Bid $2,000-3,000

Opening US$ 1,400.00
Sold...US$ 1,400.00


Closed..Nov-02-2019, 17:34:23 EST
Sold For 1400

Sale No: 730
Lot No: 2122
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Cat No: Collection

image Worldwide, Cover Collection, 1857-2010. Several thousand covers & cards, includes mint & used postal stationery, air mail, advertising with illustrated, first day covers, stampless, first flights, censored, registered, overall a messy collection that has potential for the individual willing to put in a little sorting time. with an occasional premium item lurking about, mixed condition, Fine to Very Fine.
Estimate $1,500 - 2,000. Suggested Bid $1,500-2,000 (Image)

Suggested Bid $1,500-2,000

Opening US$ 950.00
Sold...US$ 950.00


Closed..Nov-02-2019, 17:35:13 EST
Sold For 950

Sale No: 730
Lot No: 2123
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Cat No: Collection

image Worldwide, Soccer First Day Cover Collection, 1941-2006. Many hundreds; the earliest we spotted were several 1941 Guatemala covers, with the holding running through at least 2006 with items from Bahrain and Fiji; the powerhouses—Argentina, Italy, Germany, etc.—are all here, but this collection spans the globe; we noted covers from Albania, Bulgaria, Iraq, Jamaica, Japan, Mongolia, the US, and many, many more; most individually sleeved, with some in original presentation folders or envelopes, Very Fine, an extensive holding that will thrill the collector and dealer alike.
Estimate $1,500 - 2,000. Suggested Bid $1,500-2,000 (Image)

Suggested Bid $1,500-2,000

Opening US$ 750.00


Closed..Nov-02-2019, 17:35:36 EST
Sold For 0

Sale No: 730
Lot No: 2124
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Cat No: Collection

image Worldwide, Butterflies on Cover Collection. Easily thousands of covers encompassing every way a butterfly can appear: butterfly-themed stamps, special/commemorative cancels depicting or celebrating butterflies, meter imprints, corner cards, lepidopterist mail, post cards…you name it, it's here; these arrived in plastic storage bins of various sizes, all of which are full, along with several binders; many covers are already roughly sorted by country (A-C, D-G, etc.), while many, many more will need to be sorted into whatever order you choose; part of a larger, multi-topical consignment, so there may be some cross-pollination, Very Fine, inspection a must.
Estimate $1,500 - 2,000. Suggested Bid $1,500-2,000 (Image)

Suggested Bid $1,500-2,000

Opening US$ 850.00
Sold...US$ 850.00


Closed..Nov-02-2019, 17:36:04 EST
Sold For 850

Sale No: 730
Lot No: 2125
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Cat No: Collection

image Worldwide, Zeppelin, Rocket Mail & Space Collection, 1956-1984. Approximately 500 covers & cards with most Zeppelin related, includes Zeppelin anniversary covers, with commemorative cachets & labels including a medal, rocket mail, "Moon Mail", Apollo launch covers, a lot that is perfect for the internet dealer, Fine to Very Fine.
Estimate $1,000 - 1,500. Suggested Bid $1,000-1,500 (Image)

Suggested Bid $1,000-1,500

Opening US$ 1,000.00
Sold...US$ 1,000.00


Closed..Nov-02-2019, 17:36:30 EST
Sold For 1000

Sale No: 730
Lot No: 2126
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Cat No: Collection

image Worldwide, Postal History Accumulation, 1860-1960. Many hundreds of covers and cards, ad covers, registered, wrappers, picture postcards, mourning covers, postal stationery, many as fronts only, from Great Britain & Commonwealth, Poland, Russia, Canada, Sweden, Germany, Italy, Japan, Switzerland, Austria, France, Spain, Mexico, censored, better with Nova Scotia 10A on cover (2), two Bremen catapult covers, mixed condition, a smorgasbord of items for your stock or collection, Fine to Very Fine.
Estimate $750 - 1,000. Suggested Bid $750-1,000 (Image)

Suggested Bid $750-1,000

Opening US$ 5,750.00
Sold...US$ 5,750.00


Closed..Nov-02-2019, 17:38:41 EST
Sold For 5750

Sale No: 730
Lot No: 2127
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Cat No: Collection

image Worldwide, Postal History, 1860-1975. A lively lot in which you may find censored mail to Great Britain, U.S., Nigeria, Mauritius, also naval covers, APO's, first flights, U.S. #833 on registered cover to India, Germany feldposts from WWI & WWII and postal history, German feldpost using Russian cards, Greece covers, some unusual covers that may be worthwhile, take your time in viewing this selection, Fine to Very Fine.
Estimate $500 - 750. Suggested Bid $500-750 (Image)

Suggested Bid $500-750

Opening US$ 500.00
Sold...US$ 500.00


Closed..Nov-02-2019, 17:39:42 EST
Sold For 500

Sale No: 730
Lot No: 2128
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Cat No: Collection

image Worldwide, Group of Better Covers, Stampless to 1960's. Several hundred (mostly commercial) covers, with nice group of useful difficult better issues, with half a dozen 1910's Russian post cards, approximately half a dozen revenue stamped bank checks, a couple early China Sun Yat-sen covers, some foreign banknotes including a few China, 2¢ and 3¢ U.S. banknotes on cover to Archaeologist Am. Palestine Exploring Party in Beirut, Syria, U.S. Stampless cover from Cincinnati to NY with red steam marking, Germany 6pf Hitler pictorial on Concentration camp postal card, 1916 Russian Red Cross large postal card, U.S. 1848 St. Croix, Minnesota Territory stampless cover, 210 Minnesota Mining and Railroad Syndicate cover, U.S. 26 on Forwarded cover from 1858 Cairo, Ill to Chicago, early U.S. 3¢ and 10¢ banknotes on cover from Mountville, Minn to Brooklyn, NY, generally Fine to Very Fine.
Estimate $500 - 750. Suggested Bid $500-750 (Image)

Suggested Bid $500-750

Opening US$ 475.00
Sold...US$ 475.00


Closed..Nov-02-2019, 17:40:28 EST
Sold For 475

Sale No: 730
Lot No: 2129
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Cat No: Collection

image Worldwide, Cover Hoard (mostly First Days), early to late 20th Century. Many boxes filled with approximately 3,000-4,000 covers with many first days and event covers with a good variety of cachet makers and topics, with many clean unaddressed covers and the occasional interesting commercial mail, Fine to Very Fine.
Estimate $350 - 500. Suggested Bid $350-500 (Image)

Suggested Bid $350-500

Opening US$ 275.00
Sold...US$ 275.00


Closed..Nov-02-2019, 17:41:18 EST
Sold For 275
Sale No: 730
Lot No: 2130
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Cat No: Collection

image Worldwide, Olympic First Day Cover Collection, 1948-1970. Over 150 first day covers, includes 1948 Great Britain, 11960 Togo, 1952 Finland, 1952 Luxembourg, 1956 Australia, 1960 Afghanistan, 1956 Brazil, 1956 Poland, 1960 Italy, 1960 Peru, many with multicolored cachets, review & enjoy, Fine to Very Fine.
Estimate $250 - 350. Suggested Bid $250-350 (Image)

Suggested Bid $250-350

Opening US$ 150.00
Sold...US$ 150.00


Closed..Nov-02-2019, 17:41:52 EST
Sold For 150


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