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Central & South America continued...

Colombia continued...
Lot Symbol CatNo. Lot Description CV or Estimate
419 nh Temprano 16-25 image"Ribón" Private Express Mail, Temprano #16-25, 5c to 10p, complete set of ten values, including the registration stamp, all in unmounted complete sheets of 25 with o.g., very fine, the only set recorded in full sheets. (Image) Est. $500-750

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420 c   imageBritish P. O. at Cartagena, 1849-81 four covers to France, featuring three different Anglo-French accountancy markings, two bearing the double-arc datestamp, the other two with the scarce "Carthagena" single-ring datestamp including the usage in the 70's with the "7" of the year missing, a very fine group. (Image) Est. $300-400

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421 c   imageBritish P.O. at Cartagena, August 28, 1875 envelope to Paris, struck by very fine "Carthagena/A" c.d.s., with single rate "GB/1F60c" Anglo-French accountancy marking and "12" cachet due on delivery, transit of London on back, very fine and scarce. (Image) Est. $100-200

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South America

Colombia-Antioquia
Lot Symbol CatNo. Lot Description CV or Estimate
422 P 27P image#27P, Pedro Berrío, 1875 10c black die proof, sharp impression on very thick smooth paper, representing the first Colombian stamp to portrait an actual person, Governor Pedro Justo Berrío, printed by Villaveces, the only die proof in existence; ex-Scott. (Image) Est. $1,000-1,500

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423 P 127P image#127P, General Córdoba, 1899 2p large proof in black on chalk-surface paper, affixed to cardboard, some edge imperfections of no significance for this, the only example recorded of this proof, ex-Cruz. (Image) Est. $400-500

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Latin America

Colombia-Bolivar
Lot Symbol CatNo. Lot Description CV or Estimate
424 O 10 image#10, 1877 10c Violet, an impressive corner-sheet pair, cancelled at Cartagena in manuscript with date in 1879, couple of pin holes, the second largest multiple of this stamp, with the largest being a strip of three. (Image) Est. $100-150

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South America

Colombia-Cundinamarca
Lot Symbol CatNo. Lot Description CV or Estimate
425 O 1 image#1, 1870 5c Blue, horizontal block of 12, touched at upper right and lower left, otherwise good margins, cancelled with "...otá, quince de set./ochocientos setenta..." in manuscript, denoting the origin to be Bogotá and the incomplete date of September 15 in the 1870's, faint creasing not apparent on front and slight soiling not detracting, the largest multiple known in used condition, an important item due to the scarcity of used examples and lack of covers recorded in this issue. (Image) Est. $300-400

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Central & South America

Cuba
Lot Symbol CatNo. Lot Description CV or Estimate
426 c   image"Islas De/Barlovento" two-line handstamp struck in red and black on two 1814-21 entire letters to Madrid and Orotava (Canary Islands), both rated in manuscript at 5 reales, the former carried by the "Esmeralda" frigate, one entire with vertical crease, otherwise very fine. (Image) Est. $200-300

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427 c   image"Yndias" (P.E. 5) straight-line handstamp in red struck on October 10, 1829 entire letter from Havana to Tarragona, toasted for disinfection in Spin and with corresponding slits, rated "13rs" (reales) in manuscript, very fine, an attractive usage of this unusual marking on mail from Cuba. (Image) Est. $200-300

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428 c Edifil #Ant 8, 8F imageEdifil #Ant 8, 8F, 1857 1r Green pair, Postal Forgery 1r Green strip of three, both being just clipped in part of the right margin, ample to large margins in other respects, tied by barred oval handstamps to large part of cover from Havana to Valladolid, Spain, with April 12, 1860 dispatch c.d.s. alongside, some faults to be expected in such a large item, an extraordinary franking made up of regularly issued stamps and postal forgeries representing the same denomination; 1995 Graus certificate; ex-Borromeo d'Adda. (Image) Est. $2,000-3,000

SOLD for $1,400.00
Will close during Public Auction
429 c Edifil Ant 14F imageEdifil #Ant 14F, 1868 postal forgery 20c Green, a very fresh example featuring refulgent color, tied by blue barred oval handstamp to November 15, 1868 cover from Havana to Rivadeo, Spain, backstamped on receipt on December 7, minor splitting along part of lower cover edge, of no importance, an exceedingly scarce usage of a postal forgery in this issue, this denomination being unpriced on cover in the Edifil catalogue; 1993 Graus certificate; ex-Borromeo d'Adda. (Image) Est. $1,500-2,000

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430 c Edifil Ant 17F imageEdifil #Ant 17F, 1869 postal forgery 20c orange, two examples featuring contrasting centering, each tied by greenish blue Havana c.d.s. to envelope to Bilbao, Spain, with arrival on reverse, an extremely rare usage of two postal forgeries to pay a double rate; 1993 Graus certificate; ex-Borromeo d'Adda. (Image) Est. $1,500-2,000

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431 c 35A image#35A, 1868 10c Blue, quite well centered displaying the design complete, tied by oval grid of stars to April 12, 1868 cover to Puerto Príncipe, with Guáimaro dispatch c.d.s. in center, vertical crease not detracting, an exceedingly scarce issue on cover -unpriced in catalogues-. (Image) Est. $750-1,000

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432 c 92 image#92, 1880 50c Brown, single franking on December 13, 1880 cover from Havana to Veracruz, Mexico, tied by French "Havane/Paq. Fr. B No 2" octagonal "cachet d'escale" datestamp (Salles 1.439), neatly struck and repeated alongside, some minor rust spots not detracting, a very rare usage of a French maritime postmark on Cuban stamp; ex-Borromeo d'Adda. The French Consul post office have been definitely closed on 1st May 1877, when the Spanish Settlements in the Caribbean area joined the UPU. French steamers continued to call at Havana, but the letters had to be franked with Cuban stamps already cancelled, but the "cachet d'escale" was always struck alongside. This practice ended in 1881. In a very few extraordinary instances, this handstamp, showing evident signs of wear, was used as a canceller on Cuban stamps. (Image) Est. $500-750

SOLD for $700.00
Will close during Public Auction
433 c 146 image#146, 1896 5c Blue, strip of three used on March 1st, 1897 registered cover from Santiago to Bursa, Turkey, tied by dispatch c.d.s.'s, Paris entry c.d.s. and registered marking alongside, with transit of Galata on back, a very rare destination; ex-Schäfer. (Image) Est. $300-400

SOLD for $300.00
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434 c 146 image#146, 1896 5c Blue, three single examples used on July 31, 1897 registered cover from Santiago to Bursa, Turkey, tied by dispatch c.d.s.'s, showing New York registration label at lower right, New York, Galata and Bursa backstamps, some cover edge imperfections not detracting from this very rare destination; ex-Schäfer. (Image) Est. $300-400

SOLD for $260.00
Will close during Public Auction
435 c 149 image#149, 1896 10c Emerald, on cover with interesting contents in Italian concerning the situation of rebellion with the destruction of crop fields, food scarcity, yellow fever, cholera, etc.: "Spain has sent 150,000 soldiers who have not been able to do anything yet, as the rebels are camped in vast extensions of virgin forests..."; the correspondence, originating at Havana, was sent to Rieti, Italy, and redirected to Oreste, very interesting and scarce. (Image) Est. $150-200

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Dominican Republic
Lot Symbol CatNo. Lot Description CV or Estimate
436 c 16, 24 image#16, 24, 1868 ½r Grey on greenish gray, 1r Black on rose, two very fine examples displaying ample even margins all around, each tied by "Sto Domingo" c.d.s. (Hennan SD-G) to September 9, 1868 envelope to Paris, showing "PD" within circle and "London/Paid" transit in red, and additional c.d.s. in black denoting entry in France through Calais, all on front, and on reverse, arrival and "St Domingo" small c.d.s. denoting the consignment of this mail to the British P.O., very fine, one of only two covers recorded, in the imperforate early issues, exhibiting two different denominations, -the ½ real and the 1 real were the only available denominations from 1865 to 1879-, undoubtedly one of the most important covers of the Dominican Republic; as a proof of its significance, this item was sold at an international auction in Switzerland for CHF 48,300 in 1990; (Image) Est. $40,000-50,000

SOLD for $52,500.00
Will close during Public Auction
Ecuador
Lot Symbol CatNo. Lot Description CV or Estimate
437 nh C6 image#C6, 1929, 50c on 10c Green, a marginal block of four from the right of the sheet, mint n.h., gum irregularities as typically found in the Scadta issues, of no significance at all, very fine; Scott $2,800+ (Image) Est. $500-750

SOLD for $900.00
Will close during Public Auction
438 c   image#C18, 1929 1s Rose, plus National Post 10c, on two commercial covers to Bogotá and Cali, tied by airmail c.d.s of Guayaquil, showing Colombian Buenaventura transit c.d.s., one with additional Cali datestamp, all being Scadta c.d.s.'s, very fine. (Image) Est. $200-300

SOLD for $140.00
Will close during Public Auction

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