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British Comm.

Canadian Prov.
Lot Symbol CatNo. Lot Description CV or Estimate
680 ogO   Canadian provinces mint and used collection of 54 stamps on quadrilled pages with New Brunswick #1 used and 6-11 mint and used, Nova Scotia with #1, 2 and 4 used, Prince Edward Island and three used from British Columbia, mixed condition, please inspect. Est. $150-200

SOLD for $325.00
Will close during Public Auction
Canada
Lot Symbol CatNo. Lot Description CV or Estimate
681 og   Canada and New Foundland virtually mint collection, hundreds housed in a Scott album, New Foundland with few early values, post-classics with 1897 Cabot set and absence of airmails, Canada commencing with more strength from 1897, including the last Q.V. issues, K.E.VII with 1903-08 set, 1911-25 issues, 1928-29 1c to $1, following the better sets in the 30's, airmails, special delivery issues, registration stamps including 1875-88 8c, postage dues, officials, predominantly very fine, inspection recommended. Est. $1,000-1,500

SOLD for $2,500.00
Will close during Public Auction
682 P TC Unitrade 1TC/9TCi Canada Pence issues proofs and trial colors collection balance of nineteen singles and three pairs comprised of Unitrade #1TC, 1TCiv, 1TCv, 2TCv (2 and a pair), 2TCviii (5 and a pair), 2TCxi, 2TCxii, 7Pi, 8Pi (3 and a pair), 8TCii and 9TCi, generally well margined, a couple small faults, most fine-very fine; Unitrade C$ 8,375; ex-Sir Gawaine Baillie. Est. $1,500-2,000

SOLD for $1,350.00
Will close during Public Auction
683 og/nhO   Canada substantial balance of premium quality collection arranged in a stockbook, mint and used to the Small Queens, then all mint including back-of-the-book issues, among the better used are 1852-57 3d on regular and thin papers and a 5d, 1855 10d and a few Large Queens, among the numerous mint highlights are 1857 ½d, 1859 1c, 5c, 10c (2), 12½c and 17c, several large Queens including 5c with RPS certificate, Small Queens including 10c (2), 20c and 50c, 1897 Jubilee to the $3.00, Maple Leaves including 6c and 10c, Numerals complete, 10c-50c Edward, Quebec complete, Admirals complete with duplication, then pretty much complete into the 1950s, also most air mails, special delivery, registration, postage dues and officials, also includes some better blocks of four, the earliest issues sometimes with no gum or regummed, however most are o.g. l.h or n.h., fine to extremely fine; view to appreciate. Est. $3,000-4,000

SOLD for $2,500.00
Will close during Public Auction
684 ogO   Canada mainly used lot, mounted on album pages and stockcards, including some scattered classics in poor condition, onwards in a better state of preservation but specially the items mounted in the stockcards, with 1897 Jubilee including 6c mint, 15c used, 2$ used, two examples, 1928-29 1$ in used block of four, Quebec Tercentenary set used with faults, registration stamps, in addition one album with Canada booklets and booklet panes from the modern period, some classic stamps from Great Britain, Lombardy-Venetia and Sardinia in mixed condition, and U.S. 1903 5c mint block of four; viewing essential. Est. $400-500

SOLD for $270.00
Will close during Public Auction

Central & South America

Colombia
Lot Symbol CatNo. Lot Description CV or Estimate
685 c   imageColombia, Independence Period collection of miscellaneous postmarks, comprising 24 covers in the period 1812-57, including rare types such as "StoNevo" & circled "F.", Jirón straight-line, "Pie-Cuesta", framed "Sopetrán/Franca", very scarce Corozal, this being an official wrapper with a manuscript notation stating the contents which included a copy of the election results which made Mariano Ospina President of the Republic in 1857, etc., mixed condition but mainly fine, a very scarce assembly. (Image) Est. $400-500

SOLD for $350.00
Will close during Public Auction
686 c   imageColombia, Independence Period large oval handstamps on stampless mail, 1828-39, assembly comprising 14 covers including types of Tunja, Bogotá, Rí Negro, San Gil, San José de Cúcuta,Río Hacha, Quibdó, Pamplona, Medellín and rare Zapatoca -only five examples known-, with some items originating from the Santa María and Bortfeldt collections, mostly very fine. (Image) Est. $400-500

SOLD for $300.00
Will close during Public Auction
687 c   imageColombia, Independence Period small oval postmarks on stampless mail, assembly comprising 20 items, Antioquia, Santa Marta, Medellín, Cartagena,Popayán, Rionegro, Bogotá, Honda, and two stampless letters sent to London through the British P.O.'s at Cartagena and Santa Marta, also including an official external stampless mail sent in 1868 from Santander to Lima with "Santander/De/Oficio" and two small British "A/Panama" and "A/Callao" c.d.s.'s featuring a most unusual "via Panama" official mail, mainly very fine. (Image) Est. $300-400

SOLD for $210.00
Will close during Public Auction
688 c   imageColombia, 1846-62 incoming mail from England, three covers from London and Liverpool entering the Colombian mails at Cartagena and Santa Marta, of which two stampless and one with interesting notation denoting the involvement of a forwarding agent, the third, carried by the RSMP "Seine" to St. Thomas and being embarked on the "Tamar" to Santa Marta, bears marginal pair of 1s on dispatch (defective at base) and was carried at double rate, although it was charged at single rate on arrival with "1" due marking for 10 centavos not exceeding 10 grams; all with small oval Colombian handstamps and two showing framed "De Ultramar" postmark, fine-very fine, an unusual trio. (Image) Est. $300-400

CLOSED
Will close during Public Auction
689 ogOpP   Colombia, 1863 Sixth Issue collection, comprising over 140 stamps used and unused, including 5c with three tête-bêche pairs of which one unused, with two additional pairs of this denomination which are even scarcer than the tête-bêche in this condition, and consequently underestimated in catalogues, following with 10c including a spectacular example used with large sheet-margin and attractive usages on piece, 20c with two scarce used pairs and one similar multiple mint, 50c with unused multiples including strip of three and blocks of four, 1p displaying a very rare usage of three examples on piece thus paying a very high rate and representing one of the largest frankings known for this issue, a wide range of cancellations with the highlights being handstamps of Zapatoca, Piedecuesta, Colón, Tumaco, Panama, manuscript usages of Purificación, La plata, Espinal, Quibdó, Túquerres, Villeta, etc., some examples with the faint faults which plague the classic Colombian issues are to be expected, generally fine-very fine. Est. $1,000-1,500

SOLD for $2,100.00
Will close during Public Auction
690 ogOpP   imageColombia, 1864 Seventh Issue collection, comprising over 200 stamps used and unused, including shades, marginal examples and a wide range of cancellations, 1c with mint corner block of ten, 10c with genuine entire letter bearing single franking tied at Bogotá, 20c displaying rare combinations on piece and exceedingly scarce block of four used in manuscript at Pasto, 50c small figures with used strip of three and block of four, 1p including various multiples used, some faults are to be expected as usually encountered, fine-very fine. (Image) Est. $750-1,000

SOLD for $1,800.00
Will close during Public Auction
691 ogOpP   imageColombia, 1864 Eight Issue collection, comprising 200 stamps used and unused, including a highly interesting range of cancellations, scarce multiples, appealing marginal examples, very rare 50c plate proof of an unissued value based on the design of the 10c denomination, 5p used with 15 examples including one pair (Scott $3,150+) and 10p represented in one unused and nine used single stamps (Scott $2,150), generally very fine and attractive, except for the usual slight faults in some adhesives which are to be encountered, a remarkable assembly which very rarely appears on the market. (Image) Est. $1,000-1,500

SOLD for $2,200.00
Will close during Public Auction
692 ogOpP   Colombia, 1868-74 Post-Classic collection, containing various hundreds mounted on leaves, including multiples, a remarkable display of different cancellations with a consistent number of rare examples, 1868 1p tête-bêches, appealing and rare combinations on fragment, a very rare money order franked by 1868 20c strip of three, etc., in generally very fine condition, viewing recommended. Est. $750-1,000

SOLD for $1,450.00
Will close during Public Auction
693 c   imageColombia, forwarding agents assembly, 1839-1902 correspondence with forwarding-agent involvement including seven covers with 1850 item from Santa Marta to London bearing "Juan C. de Mier" cachet of New York, 1851 with "Encaminada/Por/M. Abello" oval in red of Santa Marta, 1867 letter to New York forwarded by "C. Hauer Simmons" of Santa Marta, with "Steamship/10" due marking, 1869 letter to New York with three forwarders including Jacob Rois Méendez of Barranquilla, Hauer Simmons in Santa Marta and W.P. Maal in Colon, 1873 letter to New York showing "Fergusson, Noguera & Co." and "Pardo & Dovale" cachets, and very scarce 1902 envelope franked by Colombia #202, 1902 20c Violet, with "Encaminada Por/Barranquilla/Pardey i Compañía" oval handstamp, which is unrecorded by Rowe, and 1859 entire to New York displaying cachet of C.J. Fox in Colon, a very fine and varied assembly. (Image) Est. $400-500

SOLD for $290.00
Will close during Public Auction
694 c   Colombia, "Cubiertas" collection of insured letter stamps, a comprehensive assembly of over 430 items mint and used, comprising the 1867-1892 period, from Scott #G3 to #G34, mounted on album pages with some of the early examples being identified according to their position in the sheet, mixed condition as usually found in these issues, predominantly fine-very fine, a very interesting collection of a material which has been recently catalogued in the Scott, featuring a value in excess of $11,000. Est. $1,500-2,000

SOLD for $1,000.00
Will close during Public Auction
695 c   imageColombian airmails, mainly U.S. related flights, assembly comprising 11 covers, including two combination frankings Scadta-U.S. with involvement of the Colombian airline from Cristóbal and the first flight Miami-Canal Zone, two items with U.S. frankings featuring cachet of the first flight from Cristóbal to Cartagena-Barranquilla-Curaçao, the other, non philatelically inspired and returned to the sender, with Scadta c.d.s.'s of Barranquilla and Cartagena applied on both ways of the journey, U.S. stationery envelope uprated with adhesives and sent to Germany with "Katapultflug" marking of the "Bremen", incoming mail from Germany carried by ship from New York from where it was forwarded by air to Colombia, two covers from Cuba to Colombia with Scadta c.d.s.'s and Clipper marking of the first flight Cienfurgos-Kingston-Barranquilla, scarce airmail from Colombia with Scadta 1923 30c sent to Havana, first flight from Cristóbal to Buenaventura & Tumaco, German Boemia-Moravia franking on cover to Colombia with high denominations, an interesting group in very fine condition. (Image) Est. $500-750

SOLD for $270.00
Will close during Public Auction
696 Oc   imageColombian airmails, United States consular mail, machine overprints, assembly mounted on album pages and made up of 15 used stamps forming the complete set, as well as 13 covers addressed from United States to Colombia, one bearing machine overprinted adhesives, including single and double rates, with predominantly 30c as single franking, one interesting taxed cover for being insufficiently franked, also including some airmail labels, mainly very fine, scarce; ex-Harris. (Image) Est. $1,000-1,500

CLOSED
Will close during Public Auction
697 c   imageColombian airmails, United States consular mail group of 16 covers mounted on album pages, bearing Scadta adhesives and including two covers with hand-verprinted "E.U." 30c, singel and pair paying a single and a double weight letter rates, the other 14 covers represent unoverprinted stamps on mail from Colombia to U.S. showing an interesting array of cachets of the different agencies in New York, these applied on reverse, fine-very fine, interesting, comprehensive and scarce; ex-Harris. (Image) Est. $500-750

CLOSED
Will close during Public Auction
698 og/nh   imageColombian airmails, Scadta Consular machine overprinted group of mint stamps, the majority being unmounted, including France with complete set, Panama with incomplete set in marginal blocks of four but including the most valuable denominations, and 1p in complete sheet of 25, U.S. comprising two full sheets of 10c and 20c, Germany with 30c complete sheet of 25 and the highest hand-overprinted denominations, a very fine and unusual lot. (Image) Est. $400-500

SOLD for $325.00
Will close during Public Auction
Cuba
Lot Symbol CatNo. Lot Description CV or Estimate
699 c   Cuba, internal stampless letters, 1829-42 group of 19 items showing handstamps of Matanzas, Havana, San Juan de los Remedios, Esperanza, Villaclara, Trinidad, Puerto Príncipe and Fernandina de Jagua, mostly very fine. Est. $200-300

SOLD for $140.00
Will close during Public Auction

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