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West. Europe continued...

Germany
Lot Symbol CatNo. Lot Description CV or Estimate
740 c   imageGermany, Berlin and Garmisch-Partenkirchen 1936 Games lot, over 50 covers/cover fronts including scarce meter cancellations, frankings with the 1936 Olympic Games issue, commemorative cancellations, illustrated stationery, one Zeppelin "Olympiafahrt", markings, interesting free frankings, the two booklets issued for the Games in Berlin, etc., fine-very fine. (Image) Est. $750-1,000

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Germ. French Zone
Lot Symbol CatNo. Lot Description CV or Estimate
741 nh   Germany, 1945-49 French Zone unused collection, including the 1949 imperforate sheets of Baden, Rhine-Palatinate and Wurttemberg, very fine. Est. $75-100

SOLD for $80.00
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British Comm.

Great Britain
Lot Symbol CatNo. Lot Description CV or Estimate
742 og/nh   Great Britain mint collection from 1924 to 1970 housed in a Lighthouse hingeless album, starts with 1924-25 Wembly issues and continues with 1929 P.U.C. £1 n.h., 1934 2/6-10/- re-engraved Seahorses, 1939-42 George VI high values, several Castles sets, Wildings including varieties, commemoratives with and without phosphor and ending with Postage Dues including 1924-30, 1936-37, 1954-55 and 1955-57 sets all complete, Postage Dues and occasional others l.h., large majority are n.h., fine-very fine. Est. $1,500-2,000

SOLD for $1,200.00
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743 ogO   Great Britain predominantly mint collection, hundreds housed in two Windsor albums, the early period used Victoria and surface printed issues commencing with "Black Pennies", including 1891 1£ Green, with few mint exceptions, virtually mint from 1913, also with 1902-11 10s Ultramarine, "Seahorses" mint and used, 1929 U.P.U. 1£ Black, K.G. VI high denominations, etc., postage dues, a few scattered used officials, booklets in the modern period, additional territories mint with Levante, Morocco, Channel Islands, some mixed condition in the classic period, mainly very fine in the 20th century, viewing recommended. Est. $1,000-1,500

SOLD for $5,250.00
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G.B.- Off. in Morocco
Lot Symbol CatNo. Lot Description CV or Estimate
744 og 55/436 #55/425, Great Britain Offices in Morocco Seahorse issues complete collection comprised of Scott #55-57, 55a-57a, 62, 217, 217a, 217b, 218-19, 242-43, 410, 419 and 435-36, all o.g., most l.h., selected for centering and perforations, very fine or better; Scott $890. Est. $200-300

SOLD for $180.00
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East. Europe

Hungary
Lot Symbol CatNo. Lot Description CV or Estimate
745 c   imageHungary early postal history assembly comprising over 70 covers, including 19 bearing Austrian adhesives, mostly single frankings, mainly stampless material in other respects, featuring a wide range of cancellations and postmarks including attractive ornament and popular types, few unusual manuscript notations denoting origins, one cover with large Imperial paper seal, generally well struck handstamps. (Image) Est. $1,500-2,000

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746 OpPc   Hungary, classic Austria usages comprising over 150 stamps, also on fragments, including 1850 3kr strip of three and 9kr on ribbed paper (1965 Hübner certificates), with the rarity degree of the cancellations reaching, according to the Ryan catalogue, a maximum of 800 points, as well as four covers including 1867 2kr+3kr, 1867 5kr postal stationery envelope uprated with two 5kr, and 5kr single on entire showing on reverse 15kr revenue stamp, generally fine-very fine, viewing is essential. Est. $400-500

SOLD for $270.00
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747 OpP   imageHungary-Austria, classic usages mainly including Hungarian territories, collection comprising over 250 stamps, mostly the first issue used in Hungary, with examples featuring up to 500 points in the Ryan catalogue, better usages including Szállás, Kómóczbánya, Báttaszék, Mezokóvesd, Nagy-Lak, Sajtoskál, Száska, Uj Szent Anna, Skrad, Samac, Verginmost, Winkowcze, Szalaber, "Pest/Recommandirt" in red, etc., generally very fine, showing clear strikes, viewing essential. (Image) Est. $1,500-2,000

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748   Hungary and Austria used in Slavonia collection comprising over 100 stamps and 50 covers, cards, stationery and other postal forms in one album, with usages from 1850 to 1920, including cancellations on Austrian adhesives with examples up to a rarity degree of 300 points -according to the Ryan catalogue-, multiples, fiscal stamp postally used on large parcel cover front, and frankings on fragments, mainly very fine or better. Est. $1,500-2,000

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749 O   Hungary early stamp collection of over 200 used stamps, comprising the1871 and 1900 issues, including 1871 litho with 14 examples representing all denominations, large duplication in the engraved 1871 printing, fine-very fine. Est. $400-500

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750 c   Hungary 1867-1934 postal history collection comprising over 225 items contained in one Scott album, the great majority being postal stationery in various forms, used and unused, including envelopes, correspondence cards and one money order form in the 1871-76 issues, including some cancellations, later issues also featuring registered envelopes, telegraph letter cards and money order forms, other non-stationery artifacts are mostly represented in the WWI period, an interesting assembly, some parts in mixed condition, generally fine-very fine. Est. $1,500-2,000

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751 ogOc   imageHungary 1871-1929 mint and used specialized collection, few thousands, commencing with 1871 litho used featuring three examples of 2kr, 3kr (signed Richter), 10kr with five including one in mint condition, three 15kr and four 25kr, 1871 typo with a good range of cancellations on duplicates, rare 3kr postal stationery envelope from Budapest to Tolna uprated with 2kr, 1871 newspaper stamp used on scarce circulated wrapper, 1874 Krajcar Issue used in combination with stationery fragments of the 1871 issue, 1888 Krajcar Issue in complete mint set, 1900-04 issue perf. 12:11½ mint set including the 2k, following an abundant representation of the later "Turul" issues, post-WWI occupations and unadopted essays produced in the late 1920's, modern issues including imperforate, airmails, souvenir sheets, generally fine-very fine, viewing highly recommended. (Image) Est. $3,000-4,000

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752 nhogOpP   Hungary mint and used accumulation, comprising thousands mainly contained in stockcards or glassine envelopes, duplication in the early "Numeral" issues with a good range of cancellations, large multiples or part sheets of semi-modern values, stockbook containing few hundreds of postage dues with hand overprints including blocks of four, a good representation of the post-WWI occupation issues with duplication and better values -the collector has separated the fakes from the original ones, resulting in a magnificent array for comparison-, postage dues with complete sheets, few varieties, one small album pages containing 1871-1935 issues with the first litho set complete used, etc., fine-very fine, accurate inspection is required. Est. $750-1,000

SOLD for $500.00
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753 c   Hungary 1871-1950 postal history collection comprising few hundreds, predominantly semi-modern issues, including military mail, interesting group of franked telegrams during WWI, postal stationery including the first issue, censorship, FDC's, destinations, parcel cards including one in mixed franking with Turkey, postage dues, airmails, bisects in the "Numeral" and "Turul" issues, high frankings, etc., fine-very fine, viewing recommended. Est. $1,000-1,500

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754 O   Hungary 1874-98 used "Numeral" Issues accumulation of various thousands, including perforation varieties, shades, cancellations and better values, fine-very fine Est. $300-400

SOLD for $210.00
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755 c   imageHungary, post-WWI foreign occupations, postal history lot of 22 items, featuring Arad, Baranya, Debrecen and Transylvania, including a good portion of rare non-philatelic usages with mixed frankings, registered mail, foreign destinations and unusually high frankings, philatelic usages especially in Arad, postal stationery with used/unused examples, fine-very fine, a very scarce and interesting assembly. (Image) Est. $750-1,000

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756 c   Hungarian 1938-41 Occupations postal-history lot comprising over 125 items, featuring the territories gained in the Vienna Award and the occupied territories in Carpatian Ruthenia and Yugoslavia, mainly postcards with a remarkable number of non-philatelically inspired material, including mail mainly sent inland, rare military mail on parcel cards and stampless postcards, with duplication but including a good range of different special cancellations which were into use in the early period, in addition some non-circulated patriotic postcards or fragments, fine-very fine, an uncommon lot. Est. $400-500

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757 ogc   imageHungary Occupation issues, mainly mint specialized collection including some few varieties, with Western Hungary, Temesvar with unusual multiples, French Arad, Debrecen, Transylvania, Banat and Baksa Issues, also six covers with four rare non-philatelic usages of the first and second Transylvania issues including one scarce mixed franking with Romania and rare franking bearing 50b in block of four, in addition 1956 Sopron local issue n.h. including the valuable values signed Stolow or "MF"; collector's notes indicating those stamps which, according to his opinion, are fakes -in the First Debrecen Issue we find the 5kr denomination handstamped in blue, which could not be ascertained to be or not to be genuine-, a very fine, highly interesting and unusual lot. (Image) Est. $750-1,000

SOLD for $500.00
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British Comm.

India
Lot Symbol CatNo. Lot Description CV or Estimate
758 ogO   India mint and used collection, cleanly mounted on printed pages contained in one album, featuring the classic period mainly used to 1888, including 1854 ½a Blue with all shades from Die I to Die III, following the same pattern for the 1a value from Die I to Die III, 1865 issue also with few mint examples, 1866 6a fiscals used, from 1882 in mint condition, 1895 high denominations and some duplicates, the latter used, 1902-11 issue with all denominations except the 15r, 1911-22 issue including 10r to 25r, 1926-33 with 25r missing and high denominations also represented with inverted wmk, exceptionally containing one rare cover to show the 1935 3½a "bird on parapet" variety (S.G. #245a), 1937-40 complete set, additionally enriched with some multiples and gutter pairs, then officials with S.G. #O16 used, onwards mint including 1909 set of rupees values, 1912-13 15r, China Expeditionary Force with 1914-22 set, two 1906-22 incomplete booklets, an interesting selection of unused vignettes of pigeon-, rocket-, and air mails, some of them signed by Stephen H. Smith, generally very fine; viewing recommended. Est. $2,500-3,000

SOLD for $3,000.00
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759 c   imageIndia Rocket Mail collection comprising 30 items, the great majority signed by Stephen Smith, including two 1934 Saugor Island mails with Lighthouse marking, two 1934 Saugor Island items with "Ship to Shore" black vignette and "Shore to Ship" red vignette, 1935 Sikkim Rocket Experiment Nepal with three items (Oryon R.86, My On R.83 and Chumbi R.88), two 1935 Silver Jubilee envelopes, 1935 Sikkim rocketgram card signed by Tashi Namgyal Chogyal, King of Sikkim, three scarce 1935 Sikkim Durbar Rocket mail Experiment, 1935 1935 live-stock and parcel dispatches with rockets 65 & 66, 1935 Dhakuria firing text, 1937 Coronation rocketgram, 1937 Boomerang rocket flight, 1937 Indian Scouts messages by rocket, two 1937 rocket train "Herbert E. Barber" examples of which one carried by the "Eric-Cyn.", 1938 Garia experiment with "Miss Fortune" vignette, 1938 rocket "Dick Turpin", 1938 Alipore text signed by Smith with two items, two rare 1944 Dimapur and Kohima rocketgrams with Stephen Smith manuscript text "A dreamer's humble..." and numbered "42/68" & "65/78"; very fine, desirable and comprehensive group of Indian rocket mail. (Image) Est. $4,000-5,000

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