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United States

Cuba
Lot Symbol CatNo. Lot Description CV or Estimate
918 og 240a image#240a, 1910 2c Carmine and green, Center Inverted, fresh mint single, centered to lower left, o.g., l.h., very good (Scott $575.00). (Image) Est. $150-200


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919 og E4a image#E4a, 1910 10c Special delivery, Center Inverted, exceptionally fresh and well centered, o.g., very lightly hinged, choice very fine (Scott $1,250.00). (Image) Est. $500-750


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British Comm.

Cyprus
Lot Symbol CatNo. Lot Description CV or Estimate
920 og 48-59 image#48-59, 1904-07 5pa-45Pi Edward VII cplt., o.g., h.r., fine-very fine set (Scott $402.75; S.G. #60-71; £350). (Image) Est. $100-150


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West. Europe

Denmark
Lot Symbol CatNo. Lot Description CV or Estimate
921 O 1 image#1, 1852 2rs Blue, Thiele Printing, a fine example showing large margins for the most part, canceled by concentric-rings type from Copenhagen; 1987 Holcombe opinion (Scott $1,000). (Image) Est. $200-300


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British Comm.

Dominica
Lot Symbol CatNo. Lot Description CV or Estimate
922 c S.G. R1a imageS.G. #R1a, 1879-88 1d Lilac overprinted "REVENUE", half used as ½d, the right vertical half tied by "A07" in barred oval to local circular rate cover to Scott's Head, clear "Dominica/Jy 6, 83" datestamp at lower right, stamp with a bit of soiling, otherwise very fine and scarce (S.G. £2,750). (Image) Est. $400-500


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923 c S.G. R1a imageS.G. #R1a, 1879-88 1d Lilac overprinted "REVENUE", half used as ½d, right vertical strip of three and right vertical pair, all tied across the cut by four strikes of "A07" in barred oval cancel to cover addressed to London, bold "Dominica/15 Oc, 87" datestamp at lower left which is repeated on reverse, London arrival backstamp, cover severely reduced at left, missing backflap and with a couple sealed tears at top, otherwise a fine and striking usage (S.G. catalog value for a single franking is £2,750). (Image) Est. $500-750


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Falkland Is.
Lot Symbol CatNo. Lot Description CV or Estimate
924 og 52 image#52, 1928 2½on 2d brown violet, very fresh with o.g., a very fine and rare stamp which was only valid during 15 days; 1964 P.F. certificate (Scott $1,300; S.G. £1,300). (Image) Est. $400-500

Currently...$280.00
Will close during Public Auction
925 O 65-76 image#65-76, 1933 ½d to £1 1933 Centenary cplt., a much sought-after and elusive used set, each with Port Stanley 7 July, 1933 datestamps, rich colors on fresh paper, very fine set (Scott $7,227.00; S.G. #127-38; £6,250). (Image) (image_2) (image_3) Est. $3,000-4,000


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West. Europe

France
Lot Symbol CatNo. Lot Description CV or Estimate
926 c 1 image#1, 1849 10c Bister, a remarkably fresh pair, just touching in very small part of the margin at base, clear to large margins in other respects, tied by "petit chiffres" lozenges on dispatch, with matching Cognac c.d.s. at left of 12 may 1852 envelope to Saintes, showing arrival on reverse, few rust spots to cover not detracting from the great freshness; signed Calves and Roumet (Spink Maury €1,850). (Image) Est. $250-300


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927 c 1, 7 image#1, #5, 1849 10c Bister, pair, and 40c Orange, on folded cover from Bordeaux to Rotterdam, dated 19 November 1852, tied by "441" small figures, the pair just toucing on two sides, the 40c slightly cut into at base, showing dispatch c.d.s. alongside and backstamped on receipt; light file fold passing through one 10c, still though a very fresh cover featuring a rare franking to the Netherlands (Spink Maury €3,500 for the commoner 10c+25c(2) franking). (Image) Est. $200-300


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928 c 1, 7 image#1, #9, 1849 10c Bister in strip of three and 1f carmine, complete to large margins, tied to 1852 folded letter to New Orleans by numeral "898" in dots cancels, "Cognac/17 Fevr. 52" origin c.d.s., Boston exchange datestamp and "5" due marking alongside, light stain affecting the 1fr adhesive and vertical filing crease passing through one 10c; a fine and attractive cover featuring a rare combination to pay the 1fr30c rate to United States with involvement of British packet, in this instance carried by the "America" of the Cunard Line from Liverpool to Boston (Spink Maury €7,000 for a commoner combination). (Image) Est. $750-1,000


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929 c 5 image#5, 1849 40c Orange, group of five covers, three being franked by 40c pair and send to different destinations including Great Britain, Ireland and one carried inland, as well as two covers carried at double rate to Great Britain and Ireland, each bearing a 40c strip of four, stamps mainly possessing three margins complete to large, except for one pair which is well margined, some staining to covers and one with ink corrosions, still though an appealing group with high catalogue value; two items are accompanied by Sismondo certificate (Spink Maury €17,050). (Image) Est. $750-1,000


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930 c 5, 6 image#5, #6, 1849 40c Orange, 1fr Carmine pair, tied by "gros points" cancellations to 1853 February 27 folded cover to Vienna, with Paris c.d.s. alongside and backstamped on arrival; the 40c is slightly oxidized and with frame line missing at right, the pair is cut slightly into at base and with part of frame line missing at right, vertical filing fold partly resulting in a tear, still though a very rare franking paying the double rate to Austria and including a valuable pair of 1fr; signed Calves. (Image) Est. $500-750


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931 c 7 image#7, 1850 40c Orange, single frankings, good to very large margins except for one side touching or cut slightly into in two adhesives, on three 1950-53 folded covers to Belgium (2) and Switzerland, one stamp affected by slight crease passing through, all struck on arrival on reverse, and each accompanied by one certificate including 2016 Roumet, 1998 Von der Weid and 1972 Engel (Spink Maury €2,700). (Image) Est. $400-500


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932 P   image1850, 20c Rose, Pichot essays, featuring Ceres facing to the right instead to the left, block of four from the upper right corner of the sheet, printed on medium yellowish paper with grey "Moiré" background, cut very slightly into at left showing a misalignment of cliches at top, minute tone spots; 2008 Sismondo certificate. (Image) Est. $150-200


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933 nh 13 image#13, 1854 5c Green on greenish, vertical pair graced by enormous margins for the most part, neat impression, somewhat cracked original gum which possess the significance of being unmounted, faint creases caused by gum and of no significance, fine (Scott $1,260+; Spink Maury €2,700+). (Image) Est. $400-500

Currently...$280.00
Will close during Public Auction
934 c 18, 20 image#18, #20, 1853-60 40c Orange, 80c Rose, three covers addressed to the United States, two bearing 80c single franking, one bearing uncommon French "3" cents handstamp as credit to the U.S. and carried on Allan Line steamer bearing red Portland exchange credit c.d.s., the other with Br. Pkt. Boston c.d.s., the third cover franked at the same 80c rate but with two 40c, also with Boston Br. Pkt. red c.d.s., the three exhibiting the London "Br Service" framed handstamp; two covers with some staining, an interesting trio. (Image) Est. $300-400


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935 c 33, 46 image#46, 1870-71 30c Brown, in combination with #33 1867 20c Blue in vertical pair, on 1871, March 23 folded cover to New Orleans, franking tied by faint strike of numeral lozenge of Bordeaux, with matching c.d.s. at left, showing red London and New York transits as well as "2/Cents" due marking, a rare mixed-issues franking including the Bordeaux; 1998 Von der Weid certificate and signed Calves. (Image) Est. $500-750


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936 c 59, 62 image#59, #62, 1870-73 40c Orange, 1872-75 30c Brown, pair, on 3 April 1876 folded cover from Le Havre to Buenos Aires, endorsed "par steamer Français des Messageries", franking tied by dispatch c.d.s. with receiving c.d.s. on reverse, very fine; 2015 Roumet certificate. (Image) Est. $150-200


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937 c 62 image#62, 1872-75 30c Brown, tied by "6327" numeral handstamp on small 1873, June 22 envelope from Paris to Emsworth, England, from where it was redirected inland to Southsea after the application of Great Britain 1864-79 1d Red, tied by Emsworth duplex, with Paris and Portsmouth c.d.s.'s on reverse, an appealing combination franking. (Image) Est. $150-200


Will close during Public Auction

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