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Central & South America continued...

Panama continued...
Lot Symbol CatNo. Lot Description CV or Estimate
599 c   imageVia Panama, three stampless covers, including two 1876 envelopes from Guayaquil to France, carried at single and double rate, struck with double-arc datestamp at the British P.O. on dispatch, with three-line datestamp "Panama/Transit", the third being a folded letter from London to Trujillo, Peru, with British Panama double-arc datestamp, rated at 4 shillings and charged with 2 dineros upon arrival. (Image) Est. $200-300

CLOSED
Will close during Public Auction
600 c S.G. Z96 imageBritish Post Office in Panama, #Z96, 1874-80 6d grey, plate14, tied to envelope to Valparaíso, Chile, by barred "C35" oval cancel, with corresponding "A/Panama/Mr 31 75" c.d.s., taxed on arrival with red "Valparaiso/10c./Multada" handstamp, matching c.d.s. on reverse, very fine and scarce usage. (Image) Est. $300-400

SOLD for $210.00
Will close during Public Auction
Paraguay
Lot Symbol CatNo. Lot Description CV or Estimate
601 O 8 image#8, 1878 5c on 3r Black, small "5" handstamped sideways, boasting large margins all around, cancelled by Asunción c.d.s., an outstandingly fine example of this very scarce stamp; 1993 Holcombe opinion; Scott $550; ex Benítez Ciotti. (Image) Est. $200-300

SOLD for $260.00
Will close during Public Auction
602 S   1939-43 Overprinted "Specimen" stamps affixed to index pages, comprising 50 values, including popular issues such as "Columbus" and "Paz del Chaco", very fine. (imagea) (imageb)

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Est. $150-200

SOLD for $100.00
Will close during Public Auction

Latin America

Puerto Rico
Lot Symbol CatNo. Lot Description CV or Estimate
604 c 2 ,10, 13 image#2, 10, 13, 1855-57 1r Gray green "loops" wmk., 1r Green "crossed-lines" wmk., and 1r green unwmk., three different values of the 1r denomination in single frankings on cover to Spain, the earliest originating from Arroyo, the other two from San Juan, fine-very fine. (Image) Est. $300-400

SOLD for $200.00
Will close during Public Auction
605 c 3 image#3, 1855-56 2r Carmine on bluish, loops watermark, pair showing clear margins all around, tied by "parrilla" oval handstamp to May 22, 1864 cover from San Juan to Alicante, Spain, endorsed "Paquete Yngles", with dispatch c.d.s. at lower left, entering the British mail with small "Porto Rico" c.d.s. on May 25, struck on reverse, with London transit and Alicante c.d.s.'s alongside, on front, additionally showing fancy "Franco" cachet in blue and "4R." due marking on receipt, a very rare and fine franking; ex-Borromeo d'Adda. (Image) Est. $750-1,000

SOLD for $650.00
Will close during Public Auction
606 c 12 image#12, 1857 ½r Blue, two examples, one cut into at lower left, each tied by "parrilla" cancellation to October 18, 1859 entire letter from Ponce to Barcelona, Spain, endorsed "Por vapor de S. M.", alongside showing two Ponce c.d.s.'s featuring different dates, October 22 1859 and March 17 1860, thus appearing to have been remailed, backstamped on arrival, acid ink erosions, an infrequent usage. (Image) Est. $200-300

SOLD for $140.00
Will close during Public Auction
607 c 14 image#14, 1857 2r Dull rose-red, graced by ample margins all around, tied by grid oval cancel to November 26, 1864 cover from San Juan to Palma de Mallorca, Spain, with "Puerto-Rico" dispatch c.d.s. and fancy "Franco" postmark in blue alongside, endorsed "vía inglesa" and therefore entering the British mails with small "Porto-Rico" c.d.s. on back, accompanied by London transit and receiving c.d.s.'s, a very fine and rare single franking. (Image) Est. $500-750

SOLD for $550.00
Will close during Public Auction
608 c 18 image#18, 1862-64 ½r Green, used as postage due on February 17, 1866 cover from London to Puerto Rico, paying the double rate with involvement of British packet, not exceeding 1 ounce, with Great Britain 1865 1s in pair, tied by numeral "12" type, with Lombard Street c.d.s. at left, "l" due marking on arrival struck in center, very fine, an extremely rare Great Britain-Puerto Rico combination franking -only an additional example was gathered in the extensive and renowned Gaspar Roca collection, although this represented a different usage with the Puerto Rican franking being used to pay the inland fee before the letter had entered a British P.O. in Puerto Rico-; ex-Borromeo d'Adda. (Image) Est. $4,000-5,000

CLOSED
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609 pP O5, 18 image#O5, 18, 1858-64 Official ½o Yellow and ½r Green, the official franking being applied in San Juan on dispatch, the regular adhesive being required on arrival, each tied by different oval grid handstamps struck in contrasting shades, on official cover front to Vega Baja, with "Puerto-Rico/18 Set 66" c.d.s. and sender's cachet of the "Real Tribunal de Cuentas" at base, a rare and very fine mixed franking. (Image) Est. $200-300

CLOSED
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610 c 23, 24, 26 image#23, 24, 26, 1879 5c Lake, 10c Dark brown and 25c Blue, lightly cancelled by dispatch c.d.s. to October 25, 1879 entire letter from San Juan to Santander, Spain, endorsed "Via de Ynglaterra", with Irún entry c.d.s. in Spain and arrival on reverse, the 25c with small tear at left, otherwise very fine and attractive for this exceedingly scarce three-color franking. (Image) Est. $300-400

CLOSED
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611 c 51 image#51, 1871 25c Ultramarine, used as postage due July 31, 1871 cover from Paris to San Juan, tied by negative "parrilla" handstamp with "1" due marking adjacent, franked on dispatch with France Spink-Maury #31, 37, 1867-70 40c pair and 20c, tied by "l" dotted star cancel with dispatch c.d.s. in center, red framed "P.P." and "London/Paid" transit c.d.s. alongside, some cover edge faults, of no importance for this, one of the very few France-Puerto Rico combination frankings recorded -1864 and 1871 issues are known applied as postage dues on genuine correspondence coming from abroad only-, signed Brun and Calves; ex-Schatzkès and Borromeo d'Adda. (Image) Est. $2,000-3,000

SOLD for $5,750.00
Will close during Public Auction
612 c 67 image#67, 1882-865c Blue gray in pair, on November 15, 1886 commercial envelope from Ponce to Paris, tied by dispatch c.d.s. in blue, showing neat French "Ponce/Paq. Fr. F No3" octagonal datestamp, this being a type not seen by Raymond Salles, but supposed by him to exist (salles 1.606 supposé), being registered in his catalogue but not illustrated, stamps slightly affected by wrinkles and punch holes, of no significance for this extremely rare and most desirable marking of the French maritime mail, which exhibits a wonderful strike; ex-Borromeo d'Adda. (Image) Est. $1,000-1,500

SOLD for $1,000.00
Will close during Public Auction
613 c   imageS.G. #CC1, "Paid/At/San Juan Porto Rico" crowned circle, struck in red on on November 28, 1859 cover from San Juan to Rivadeo, Spain, "1/9" and "2" shillings rate notations, London c.d.s. and "PD' within circle on front, backstamps including "San Juan-Porto Rico" double-arc datestamp and receiving c.d.s., 2r adhesive applied at left which does not originate to cover, very fine; S.G. £650. (Image) Est. $200-300

SOLD for $450.00
Will close during Public Auction

East. Europe

Russia
Lot Symbol CatNo. Lot Description CV or Estimate
614 og 1 image#1, 1857 10k Brown and blue, large and quite balanced margins all around, unused possessing part of gum, which we can not ascertain to be original with full confidence, but stated to be genuine by experts in the two accompanying certificates, rich colors making it very attractive; this stamp is extremely rare with original gum, with only about five examples known -Mikulski recorded four examples including the pair in the Postal and Telecommunications Museum in St. Petersburg-; in other apparently uncancelled examples, the pen cancellation was removed; 1958 Alberto Diena and 1980 Friedl certificate (Bloch), signed Grobe, the highly experienced A. Diena and Bloch experts state this stamp to be unused with part original gum, and did not find traces of pen-cancellation removal -the A. Diena certificate includes the expert statement in Italian and German: "nuovo con parte di gomma" and "ungebraucht mit Teilgummi geprüft"-; Scott $21,000 (without gum) and $62,500 (with gum). (Image) Est. $3,000-4,000

SOLD for $4,000.00
Will close during Public Auction
615 O 1 image#1, 1857 10k Brown and blue, horizontal pair, faded pen cancellation which has been removed, clear to mainly large margins, fine and rare multiple; 1980 Friedl (Bloch) certificate. (Image) Est. $500-750

SOLD for $1,150.00
Will close during Public Auction
616 O 1 image#1, 1857 10k Brown and blue, deep shade, large equal balanced margins all around, showing "239" dotted rectangle used at Libava, Latvia, very fine; Scott $775. (Image) Est. $200-300

SOLD for $325.00
Will close during Public Auction
617 pP 1 image#1, 1857 10k Brown and blue, a remarkably fresh example, part of the frame line missing, otherwise huge margins on two sides showing frame line of neighboring adhesive at right, tied to piece by indistinct Italic pre-adhesive postmark -probably Berdichev-, very fine; 1971 APS certificate, signed Bloch. (Image) Est. $300-400

SOLD for $260.00
Will close during Public Auction
618 pP   image#1, 1857 10k Brown and blue, complete to mostly large margins, traces of faded pen cross, tied to piece by Revel framed datestamp on April 6, 1858, with an additional strike on the adhesive only, a fine and scarce combination of pen and handstamp cancellations, shades faintly altered as a result of slight oxidation; Scott $475+. (Image) Est. $100-200

SOLD for $280.00
Will close during Public Auction
619 P 3P image1858, 20k Green and lilac, plate color proof, on "2" watermarked, Prussian imported, gummed paper, very fresh and fine, only one sheet of 100 proofs was printed; 1975 Mikulski certificate. (Image) Est. $500-750

SOLD for $350.00
Will close during Public Auction

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