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Romania continued...

United Principalities 1864-1865 Prince Cuza continued...
Lot Symbol Catalog No. Descrip Opening
50224 ,, Michel 13x image1865 20par red plate II, on wove paper, mint block of twenty four, with narrow horizontal spacing, printed in sheets of 200, a remarkably fresh example, vivid pale orange-red shade, full original gum, 22 stamps n.h., only two stamps have corner creases, otherwise exceptionally fine and very rare.(Image 1)

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Estimate. € 500

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Closing..Jun-15, 11:59 AM
50225 Michel 13 image1865 (Jan 30) Cover from Bucharest franked with 20pa red tied by rare experimental trial cancellation of framed network type in black (Kiriac-15R, fig. 362), an exceptionally rare mark in use for just five weeks, the stamp being an exhibition quality item with the sheet margin at bottom and extraordinarily large margins; this letter is explicitly mentioned in "Stampilografie Postale" by Kiriac p.94; the finest cover recorded of this major cancellation rarity and possibly the earliest known use of the Cuza issue; which was only sent to the Post Offices on January 21st 1865; ex Oddor (1934).(Image 1)

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Estimate. € 4,000

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Closing..Jun-15, 11:59 AM
1866-67 Prince Carol I - Coloured Papers
Lot Symbol Catalog No. Descrip Opening
50226 Michel 16x image1866 (Nov 5) Registered cover to Bucharest, endorsed "cu retur Recipisa" (acknowledgment of receipt) franked with three single 20par black on pink thick paper (two front and one to the reverse) cancelled and tied by a GR1 type "gratar simplu" cancellation, with a "Ploesti" cds dated 5th Nov to the front, and "Recomandat" rectangular, a scarce 60 parale rate; which according to the 1865 postal rates 20 parale was the rate for domestic letters, 20 parale was the registration service and 20 parale the rate for the "acknowledgement for receipt" service; tear to cover vertically on the left side, scarce franking with the acknowledgement of receipt fee; ex Odor (1936).(Image 1)

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Estimate. € 1,000

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Closing..Jun-15, 11:59 AM
50227 , Michel 14y image1866 2par black on yellow thin paper, mint block of four from the lower right hand corner of the printing sheet, probably Stone B, Types 3-6 and 3-6, small thin top, attractive fresh and very fine appearance.(Image 1)

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Estimate. € 200

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Closing..Jun-15, 11:59 AM
50228 Michel 16x image1866 20p on thick paper, good to large margins, tied to cover by Pitesti 20.10 cds, reverse with Campu-Lung 21.10 cds, missing portion of backflap otherwise fine.(Image 1)

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Estimate. € 100

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Closing..Jun-15, 11:59 AM
50229 ,, Michel 16x; S.G. 31b image1866 20par black on rose thick paper, the superb and fresh mint block of ten, with full original gum without blemish, the largest known multiple of this stamp, which exhibits all three of the S.G. and Scott listed types, exceptional quality, unique and the most important item of 20par on thick paper; a block of nine was part of the Cornelia collection and was described as the largest known multiple and sold in 2007 for 5,400CHF; cert. Gmach (2021).(Image 1)

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Estimate. € 5,000

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Closing..Jun-15, 11:59 AM
50230 ,, Michel 16y image1866 20par on thin paper from stone C in almost full mint sheet (one stamp removed at bottom left), except for a few normal creases as to be expected where the sheet has been folded it is in very good condition, ideal for the specialist with numerous plate flaws indicating a very worn printing, very rare with the major name sales of the past years missing such an item and hence a major rarity of Romania, cert. Gmach (2021).(Image 1)

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Estimate. € 5,000

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Closing..Jun-15, 11:59 AM
50231 Michel 16y image1865 20par black on rose red thin paper, unused block of 60 from the upper left hand corner of the printing sheet, printed from Stone E, showing spectacular variety "small moon in front of forehead" and broken "I" in "DECI" on row 3/19 (similar to the variety mentioned in the Heimbüchler handbook p.186), a rare block from this scarce printing; we have no record of another large block exhibiting this plate flaw.(Image 1)

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Estimate. € 1,200

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Closing..Jun-15, 11:59 AM
50232 Michel 16y image1866 (May 8) Cover to Bucharest franked with a 20par black on thin paper, four margins, tied by "Giurgui" cds with a further strike to the front, with "Bucuresci" arrival to reverse dated May 8, attractive and very fine example; ex Odor (1936).(Image 1) (Image 2)

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Estimate. € 200

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Closing..Jun-15, 11:59 AM
50233 Michel 16y image1867 (Oct 16) Mourning cover sent to Brasov (Transylvania, Austria) franked with a 20par black on light pink paper, four good to large margins, tied by a black GR1 "gratar simplu" cancellation, with "Calarasi" cds and Austrian post "Porto" to front, the letter originating from Silistra in Bulgaria being mailed from across the Danube via the neighbouring town of Calarasi, the letter being directed to Bucharest by the Romanian post, then passed to the Austrian post who delivered it with a 20 kreuzers surcharge, a transit "Bucuresci Diminieata" dated 16th Oct, an undated Austria post "Porto" and an arrival "Brasso" dated May 18, vertical filing crease, otherwise very fine; pre-postal treaty covers to Austria franked with the 1866 issue are particularly rare, this originating from Bulgaria being unique; cert. Heimbüchler (2009).(Image 1) (Image 2)

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Estimate. € 5,000

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Closing..Jun-15, 11:59 AM
50234 Michel 22a image1871 (Dec 6) Registered cover to Curtea de Arges, forwarded to Bucharest, franked at the 40 bani rate, made up of a 10b blue to the front and a strip of three 10b blue to the reverse, all large to very large four margins, tied by "Slatina" cds in blue dated Dec 6, addressed to "His Holiness the Bishop of Arges at Curtea de Arge" (the headquarters of the Arges diocese), redirected "To Bucharest / Church Icona", with a three day delay, on the reverse "Pitesti" in blue dated Dec 7, a "Curtea de Arges" in black dated Dec 9, and the "Bucuresci Dup'Amiadi" in black dated Dec 12; very rare franking with 30 bani fee for registration fee fixed to the reverse with a strip of three 10b and 10b paying the domestic postage rate; probably a unique item in such outstanding condition; ex Odor (1936).(Image 1)

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Estimate. € 2,000

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Closing..Jun-15, 11:59 AM
1868-70 Prince Carol I - New Currency
Lot Symbol Catalog No. Descrip Opening
50235 Michel 20 image1868 (Jul 21) Lettersheet with 1868 18b, fine to large margins, tied by blue Budeu cds, reverse with Brailla cds, filing fold affecting bottom of stamp otherwise fine.(Image 1)

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Estimate. € 80

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50236 Michel 22a image1869 Cover to Giurgui franked with a 10b blue, Carol with whiskers, imperforate, four margins, tied by indistinct cds, arrival in blue on reverse dated 23 Oct, alongside a sender cachet "Pierre Zlatoff/Roustzouk", slight soiling, but very fine; rare mail from Bulgaria franked with Romanian stamps.(Image 1) (Image 2)

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Estimate. € 800

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50237 Michel 19, 22a image1869 (June 27) Fragment bearing a mixed franking of the 1868 4b vertical pair, together with 1869 10b blue, neatly tied by very fine scroll type A65 "DOROHOI" cds in blue, superb colour, crisp clean examples, with large margins all round with the exception of the base of the 10b and top of the first 4b, visually appealing piece; we have recorded only one additional example of this combination franking (on cover) including the very rare 1868 4b (see Cohen part III lot 4049); signed Heimbüchler.(Image 1)

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Estimate. € 300

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Closing..Jun-15, 11:59 AM
50238 , Michel 17 image1869 (July 20) Cover to Braila franked with a 2b orange, large four margins, very rare and spectacular variety "PCSTA", tied by a time indicating T69 "Bucuresti" cds, arrival on reverse in blue dated 23/7, the cover being a folded printed matter article concerning a commercial signature specimen (thus the 2b franking being the correct rate for printed matter up to 15 grams), horizontal filing crease centrally not affecting stamp, attractive cover, very rare and fine, especially so given the size of the margins and the error in "POSTA"; this variety is only present on one position of the six different stones, almost certainly a unique variety on cover; cert. Heimbüchler (2007). Note: A cover showing a similar "FOSTA" variety was part of the "Cornelia" collection and was offered in 2007 for 5,000CHF.(Image 1) (Image 2)

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Estimate. € 3,000

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Closing..Jun-15, 11:59 AM
50239 Michel 17, 18 image1868 2b and 3b tied to fragment of telegraph form by complete "STATIA TELEGRAFICA POSTALA BUDAU" in blue, the 3b cut into at foot, unique; illustrated in "Stampilografie Postala" by Kiriac Dragomir on page 66, fig. 192.(Image 1)

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Estimate. € 400

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Closing..Jun-15, 11:59 AM
50240 Michel 18, 23 image1869 (Sept 12) Fragment bearing a mixed franking of the 1869 15b vermilion, used in combination with 1870 3b violet, both four margins, tied to small piece by rare star type A62 "TINTARENI" cds, forming the 18b rate for a simple domestic letter, this cancellation a great rarity; Tintareni is a small post office and one of the rarest of the entire Romanian classic philately (Heimbüchler = RR).(Image 1)

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Estimate. € 500

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Closing..Jun-15, 11:59 AM
50241 Michel 23 image1870 Printed Pharmacy lettersheet sent from Roman to Itzcani, Suceava (Austria) franked with 15b vermilion, Carol I with whiskers, four margin imperforate, tied by a "Gratar Simplu" (GR1 type) cancel, with "Roman Dim" dated 20.8 in blue, "P.D." lower left and "E. Mich Kerestes/Roman" cachet also in blue alongside stamp, additionally to reverse "Gara Roman Off Postal" in blue (=RRR), posted when there was no post office in Itzcani, the first being established the following year, as such no arrival, the mail being processed through the exchange office at Gara Roman; an extremely rare postmark.(Image 1) (Image 2)

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Estimate. € 800

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Closing..Jun-15, 11:59 AM
50242 Michel 24 image1870 Cover from Lasi to Prag (Prague) franked with a 25b orange and blue, Carol with whiskers, imperforate, just touching top right otherwise four margins, tied by "Jassy Sera" black cds, with boxed "P.D." lower right, arrival to reverse, vertical filing crease, slight soiling, a fine example; a rare destination mail to Prague (then Austria, in modern day Czech Republic).(Image 1) (Image 2)

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Estimate. € 400

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Closing..Jun-15, 11:59 AM
50243 Michel 18 image1870 (Nov 11) Printed matter cover sent to Targu Jui, via Bucharest and Craiova, franked with a 3b violet, Carol I with whiskers, imperforate, four large to very large margins, tied by blue "Ploesti", "P.D." boxed in blue to front, Bucharest transit and thimble arrival, superb quality, certainly the finest known 3b on printed matter item; signed Heimbüchler; ex Odor (1936).(Image 1)

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Estimate. € 800

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Closing..Jun-15, 11:59 AM

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