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Lot Symbol CatNo. Lot Description CV or Estimate
301 c   Stampless cover collection of 254 items, largely but not exclusively from the northeast with a good variety of towns and rates and a few a little better, also includes 29 German stampless covers, generally good to very fine covers and strikes. Est. $500-750

Currently...$400.00
Will close during Public Auction
302 c   Stampless covers, accumulation of 130 mostly from the northeast, good variety of towns and rates, including a few better, a couple trans-Atlantics and a couple Confederate, mixed condition, generally good to very fine strikes. Est. $200-300

Currently...$190.00
Will close during Public Auction
Possessions
Lot Symbol CatNo. Lot Description CV or Estimate
303 c   U.S. Possessions covers, group of 42 covers or cards, strength in Canal Zone, especially postal stationary, with mint UX4 and UX8 and used UX5 (creased), also some commercial usages and some Philippines, generally fine-very fine; worth a quick look. Est. $200-300


Will close during Public Auction

South America

Argentina- Buenos Aires
Lot Symbol CatNo. Lot Description CV or Estimate
501 c   image1828 folded letter to London and 1843 patriotic folded letter from Salta to Buneos Aires, the former dated August 16 showing "Buneos/Ayres." two-line handstamp in red (Tizón-Guinovart 4), rated "3" on dispatch and "3/6" on arrival, with British c.d.s. on reverse; the latter endorsed "Viva la Confn. Argna.!/Mueran los Salvags. Units.!", with red "Salta" straight-line handstamp, rated "3" and "6"; a fine and unusual duo. (Image) Est. $200-300


Will close during Public Auction
502 c   imageBuenos Aires, Kn #5; GJ #5; 1858 2p ("Dos") Blue, outstandingly neat impression, cut a bit into at right, otherwise outstandingly large margins on other three sides showing portions of four adjoining adhesives, cancelled by "ponchito" handstamp on cover from Tucumáan, carried on a portion of its jopurney along Paraná river as denoted by the "P Syrce" ship endorsement at top left, with "Correos de Buenos Aires/19 Oct 58" datestamp in center; stamp lifted for examination and hinged back in place. (Image) Est. $200-250


Will close during Public Auction
503 pP   imageBuenos Aires, Kn #6; GJ #16; 1858 3p ("Tres") Green, a very fresh example with mostly large margins, the left resulting nearly complete and at base being slightly cut into, tied to piece by "ponchito" cancel, with matching "Renta de Correos/San Nicolás" oval handstamp at right, both in blue; the stamp has been lifted for examination and hinged back in place; ex-Frapolli. (Image) Est. $400-500


Will close during Public Auction
504 O   imageBuenos Aires, Kn #7; GJ #7; 1858 4p ("Cuato") vermilion, a fresh example in a delicate shade with most part of the bottom frame missing, clear to ample margins in other respects, cancelled by bold strike of "ponchito" cancel, a very rare sound example of this difficult stamp of which only about 180 are believed to exist (GJ $4,500). (Image) Est. $1,000-1,500


Will close during Public Auction
505 pP   imageBuenos Aires, Kn #10; GJ #10; 1858 1p ("In") Light brown, just touching at left, complete to large margins in other respects, tied to piece by "ponchito" cancel, fine (GJ $300). (Image) Est. $100-150


Will close during Public Auction

Central & South America

Argentina
Lot Symbol CatNo. Lot Description CV or Estimate
506 P   image1863-67, "Rivadavia" 5c group of ten plate proofs, five types, all imperforate except one printed on watermarked perforated paper, including one 1866 interesting pair for the 5th Printing on horizontally and vertically ribbed paper in the manner of "quadrillé"; in addition three used examples from the 8th printing and a small group of forgeries. (Image) Est. $250-300


Will close during Public Auction
507 O   imageKn #16; GJ #16; 1st Printing Imperforate, 1864 5c Brick red, a magnificent example from the top of the sheet, good to predominantly huge margins displaying frame line of adjoining adhesive at left, very lightly cancelled by dotted oval leaving the design very clear, superb (GJ $250+). (Image) Est. $100-150


Will close during Public Auction
508 O   imageKn #16; GJ #16; 1st Printing Imperforate, 1864 5c Red rose, ample margins, cancelled by "Ponchito" cancel of Buenos Aires, a scarce and desirable usage; signed V. Kneitschel. (Image) Est. $150-200


Will close during Public Auction
509 O   imageKn #16; GJ #16; 1st Printing Imperforate, 1864 5c Red, three examples displaying pre-printing fold, in red-rose and dark brick-red shades, the latter originating from the left of the sheet, clear to very large margins, cancelled by dotted oval and blue "OM" postmarks, very fine and unusual; ex "Patagonia" collection. (Image) (image_2) Est. $300-400


Will close during Public Auction
510 O   imageKn #16b; GJ #16b; 1st Printing Imperforate, 1864 5c Brick red, watermark reversed, clear to predominantly large margins, cancelled by oval blue handstamp of Concordia, fine (GJ $500) (Image) Est. $150-200


Will close during Public Auction
511 O   imageKn #16f; GJ #16f; 1st Printing Imperforate, 1864 5c Brick red, scratched paper and watermark reversed, very good margins for the most part, cancelled at right in blue by "O.M." maritime office cancellation, leaving the profile of Rivadavia clear; very fine and rare; signed V. Kneitschel (GJ $1,200). (Image) Est. $500-750


Will close during Public Auction
512 O   imageKn #16f; GJ #16f; 1st Printing Imperforate, 1864 5c Red rose, watermark inverted, additionally possessing a pre-printing paper fold, cancelled by "O.M." barred oval in blue of Buenos Aires; small tear at top commencing in the pre-printing paper fold at top and minute thin spot, nevertheless a desirable and very scarce stamp featuring both varieties; signed V. Kneitschel (GJ $1,200+). (Image) Est. $150-250


Will close during Public Auction
513 ogO   imageKn #16, #16c; GJ #16, #16c; 1st Printing Imperforate, 1864 5c Red, a remarkable group of twelve examples, one unused without gum and well margined (small thin spot), the other eleven being all except three with good margins ranging from clear to very large, including one example printed on thin paper and one possessing horizontally and vertically ribbed paper in the manner of "quadrillé", with six different cancellations including one, cancelled at San Nicolás, additionally featuring the rare reversed watermark; mainly very fine. (Image) Est. $800-1,000

Currently...$550.00
Will close during Public Auction
514 O   imageKn #17; GJ #17; 1st Printing Imperforate, 1864 10c Yellowish green, complete to large margins, cancelled by "OM" oval and "Franca" of Goya straight-line handstamps, both struck in blue but in different shades, very fine and a scarce usage (GJ $1,750+). (Image) Est. $1,000-1,500


Will close during Public Auction
515 O   imageKn #17; GJ #17; 1st Printing Imperforate, 1864 10c Green, pre-printing paper fold variety disposed vertically, complete to very large margins enabling to display neighboring adhesive at left, cancelled by indistinct black postmark and "Correos del Paraná" datestamp in blue, very fine and scarce; 2003 R. Kneitschel certificate (GJ $1,750+). (Image) Est. $750-1,000


Will close during Public Auction
516 O   imageKn #17a; GJ #17a; 1st Printing Imperforate, 10c Green, watermark reversed, an outstanding example for the following attributes: a sheet margin at top which is accompanied by very large margins on other sides, a great freshness and the neat and clean application of the "O.M." Maritime Office barred oval in blue, which leaves clear most of of the design of Bernardino Rivadavia; a quintessential combination of beauty for this exceedingly rare stamp featuring this desirable watermark's variety; 2007 R. Kneitschel certificate -described as "pieza notable"- (GJ $3,500). (Image) Est. $2,000-2,500


Will close during Public Auction
517 O   imageKn #18; GJ #18; 1st Printing Imperforate, 1864 15c Blue, good color and great freshness, used with dotted oval handstamp of Buenos Aires, just touching at base and repaired at lower right, nevertheless a still desirable and very rare stamp (GJ $6,500). (Image) Est. $250-500


Will close during Public Auction

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