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The Guayaquil Collection of Classic Ecuador continued...

1865-72 1r Green, Imperforate on Wove Paper continued...
LotNo. Symbol CatNo. Lot Description
5221 5 imageEcuador, 1865, 1r Deep Green, Two Vertical Pairs. From the second printing, right pair positions 81/90 with the latter showing colorless spot in bottom right spandrel and broken frameline at lower right. Clear to large margins, neatly tied by "Guayaquil, 27 Abr, 66" cds's on folded letter to to Lima, Peru, reverse with clear "Peru, 2 May, 66" receiving cds, Very Fine, external mail bearing the 1r green is much scarcer than the latter 1r yellow issue, ex-Longhi, with 2011 Moorhouse certificate.
Scott No. 5; Estimate $5,000 - 7,500.

THE ONLY RECORDED 1 REAL GREEN DOUBLE RATE COVER ADDRESSED TO A FOREIGN DESTINATION.

The great majority of maritime mail to Peru before the autumn of 1866 was carried through the British P.O. at Guayaquil without involvement of the Ecuadorian mail. This is one of the few covers known in this period not entering the British P.O.
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Est. $5,000-7,500
SOLD for $4,500.00
Will close during Public Auction
5222 5 imageEcuador, 1865, 1r Green, Block of Eight and Vertical Pair. Block positions 22-25/31-34 and pair 26/35. Margins large to just touching, all tied by "Cuenca, 13 Dec, 65" cds's and matching dotted lozenge handstamps on Judicial wrapper to Loja, pencil "1L 4oz" weight notation at upper right; cover flaws including tear at left and reinforced file fold, some tone spots affecting stamps, F.-V.F., ex-Bustamante and Goeggel, with 2014 Moorhouse certificate.
Scott No. 5; Estimate $4,000 - 6,000.

THE ONLY KNOWN ON COVER USAGE OF A BLOCK OF EIGHT OF THE 1 REAL GREEN AND THE THIRD LARGEST MULTIPLE ON COVER. (Image1)

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Est. $4,000-6,000
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5223 5b imageEcuador, 1865, 1r Green, Embossed Arms, Horizontal Pair. Ample to huge margins showing portion of adjacent stamp at left, positions 89-90 with full embossing on right stamp which extends slightly into frameline of left stamp, plate flaws in position 90 showing colorless spot in bottom right spandrel and broken frameline at right, tied by neat "Guayaquil, 13 Mar, 66" cds on fresh folded letter to Lima, Peru, receiving backstamp, Very Fine and choice, one of less than five recorded examples of the 1r green embossed arms variety on cover and one of the earliest usages to a foreign destination, ex-Funkhouser and Longhi.
Scott No. 5b; Estimate $3,000 - 4,000.

AN EXTREMELY RARE USAGE OF THE 1R GREEN WITH EMBOSSED ARMS USED ON COVER TO A FOREIGN DESTINATION.

A considerable portion of maritime mail to Peru before autumn of 1866 was carried through the British P.O. at Guayaquil, without the involvement of the Ecuadorian mails. This example being one of the exceptions in this period not carried through the British Post Office.
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Est. $3,000-4,000
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5224 5a imageEcuador, 1865, 1r Green, Diagonal Bisect in a Block of Seven. Positions 31-33 / 40-43, position 42 with dot in bottom right spandrel and position 43 (bisect) with double frameline at top. Margins ample to just in at top left and upper right, partial separation cut between bisect and block, canceled by unusual manuscript "Cariaman-g-a" town name cancel on Judicial wrapper to Loja, "14oz" weight and reverse with "Agosto 25, 1870" date notations; few tears in wrapper at top, otherwise Very Fine, a very uncommon origin and unique usage, ex-Saá and Olgieser, with AFE certificate.
Scott No. 5a; Estimate $2,500 - 3,500.

THE LARGEST 1 REAL GREEN MULTIPLE RECORDED CONTAINING A BISECT. (Image1)

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Est. $2,500-3,500
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5225 () 5 imageEcuador, 1865, 1r Green, Vertical Strip of Three and Four. Positions 64/73/81 and 48/57/66/75. Margins large to in at top, canceled by "Latacunga" provisional box cancels on oversized Judicial wrapper front to Riobamba, red crayon 14oz weight notation, Very Fine, this Latacunga pre-adhesive postmark was used during the first half of 1865, fewer than ten recorded usages of this provisional handstamp used as a cancelling device, ex-Olgieser.
Scott No. 5; Estimate $2,000 - 3,000. (Image1)

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Est. $2,000-3,000
SOLD for $1,500.00
Will close during Public Auction
5226 5 imageEcuador, 1865, 1r Green, Vertical Pair. Positions 3/12. Margins large showing portion of margin rule at top to just shaving frameline at lower right, tied by "Guayaquil, 3 Abr, 66" cds on folded letter to Lima, Peru, reverse with receiving backstamp, Very Fine, a scarce external mail usage prior to the autumn of 1866 not dispatched through the British P.O., ex-Ayora.
Scott No. 5; Estimate $1,500 - 2,000. (Image1)

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Est. $1,500-2,000
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5227 5a imageEcuador, 1865, 1r Green, Bisect. Upper right portion of stamp tied neat dotted lozenge cancel and "Cuerna, 2 Oct, 67" cds on folded letter to Riobamba, Very Fine and choice, fewer than ten private covers are known bearing the 1 real bisect, ex-Longhi, with 2009 Moorhouse certificate.
Scott No. 5a; Estimate $1,000 - 1,500. (Image1)

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Est. $1,000-1,500
SOLD for $1,250.00
Will close during Public Auction
5228 5 imageEcuador, 1865, 1r Green, Top Margin Single. Ample margins, tied by "Quito, 30 Julio, 67" cds with second strike alongside on Judicial cover to Latacunga, with stamp showing traces of a second date stamp previously applied in a different shade of ink, cover bearing no due markings showing that the fraudulent re-use of the stamp was successful; cover with a couple of repaired nicks at top, Very Fine appearance, ex-Longhi.
Scott No. 5; Estimate $1,000 - 1,500.

ONE OF ONLY TWO POSTAL FRAUDS RECORDED IN THE FIRST ISSUE OF ECUADOR. (Image1)

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Est. $1,000-1,500
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5229 5 imageEcuador, 1865, 1r Green, Horizontal Strip of Four. Positions 69-72, position 71 with colorless line through "REAL" variety. Ample to large margins, tied by neat "Guano, 25 Mai, 66" cds and matching dotted lozenge cancels on wrapper to Riobamba, Very Fine and choice, fewer than ten covers are recorded with this cancel.
Scott No. 5; Estimate $750 - 1,000. (Image1)

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Est. $750-1,000
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5230 5 imageEcuador, 1865, 1r Green, Seven Singles. uncancelled on oversized Judicial wrapper from Loja to Cariamanga, pencil "13¼oz" weight notation and reverse with "Setiembre 13 de 870" date docketing; few small stamp flaws, F.-V.F., a very unusual usage with stamp not cancelled on dispatch.
Scott No. 5; Estimate $750 - 1,000. (Image1)

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Est. $750-1,000
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5231 () 5 imageEcuador, 1865, 1r Yellowish Green. Early first printing. Margins large to just into frameline at upper right, tied by manuscript "Riobba" of Riobamba on Judicial front to Guaranda paying the double parcel rate, Very Fine, an early usage prior to Riobamba receiving the new handstamp.
Scott No. 5; Estimate $500 - 750. (Image1)

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Est. $500-750
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5232 () 5 imageEcuador, 1865, 1r Yellowish Green. Early first printing. Clear to large margins, canceled by "Ambato" manuscript cancel on Judicial front and part back to Guaranda, backflap with "Fbro 2 de 1865" date and "1¾oz." weight endorsement alongside stamp, Very Fine, believed to be the earliest known usage of the 1r green, ex-Saá, Longhi and Olgieser, with 2009 Moorhouse certificate.
Scott No. 5; Estimate $500 - 750. (Image1)

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Est. $500-750
SOLD for $625.00
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5233 5 imageEcuador, 1865, 1r Green, Vertical Pair. Margins large to just shaving frameline on top stamp, tied by "Guayaquil, 27 Ene, 66" cds on folded letter to Lima, Peru; top stamp with small punch hole, otherwise Very Fine, a scarce external mail usage prior to the autumn of 1866 not dispatched through the British P.O.
Scott No. 5; Estimate $500 - 750. (Image1)

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Est. $500-750
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5234 () 5 imageEcuador, 1865, 1r Yellowish Green, Horizontal Strip of Three. First printing. Tied by "Guano, 16 Sept, 65" cds and matching lozenge handstamp on Judicial front and part backflap to Riobamba, turned usage back to Guano with 1865, 1r green, vertical pair and single with pair affixed over "De Oficio" boxed handstamp and tied by "Riobamba, 27 Sept, 65" cds's and lozenge handstamps; some slight soiling affecting pair and single, otherwise Very Fine, ex-Saá.
Scott No. 5; Estimate $500 - 750.

The erroneously applied "De Oficio" handstamp would have exempted the wrapper from postal fees, a privilege which was not applicable to civil judicial matters which benefitted from the reduced parcel rate but not from exemption.
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5235 5 imageEcuador, 1865, 1r Green. Large margins, tied by diamond lozenge cancel on Judicial wrapper from Loja to Cariamanga, reverse with "Diciembre 1 de 1868" dateline docketing, Very Fine and choice, about three covers are known from Loja just showing the dotted lozenge cancel.
Scott No. 5; Estimate $500 - 750. (Image1)

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5236 5a imageEcuador, 1865, 1r Green, Diagonal Bisect. Upper left portion of stamp tied by "Guayaquil, 1 Set, 66" cds on part cover to Quito paying the single ½r domestic rate, Very Fine.
Scott No. 5a; Estimate $300 - 400. (Image1)

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Est. $300-400
SOLD for $270.00
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5237 5 imageEcuador, 1865, 1r Green. Full margins, tied by neat dotted diamond lozenge and matching "Alausi, 14 Aout, 68" cds on Judicial wrapper to Riobamba, turned cover usage with second initial 1865, 1r green (position 43 double frameline at top) tied by "Riobamba, 17 Oct, 68" cds to Alausi, Very Fine, a very scarce turned usage bearing the 1r green.
Scott No. 5; Estimate $300 - 400. (Image1) (Image2)

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Est. $300-400
SOLD for $270.00
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5238 5 imageEcuador, 1865, 1r Green. Third printing. With 1r pale greyish green, horizontal pair on Judicial cover to Riobamba canceled by "Ambato, 26, Fevr, 69" cds, and 1r greyish green, horizontal strip of three tied by "Guaranda, 17 Mars, 67" cds's on front to Ambato, Very Fine.
Scott No. 5; Estimate $300 - 400. (Image1)

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Est. $300-400
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5239 5 imageEcuador, 1865, 1r Yellowish Green. First printing. Ample to large margins, tied by "Ibarra, 17 Mars, 65" cds on Judicial wrapper to Quito; light cover soiling, F.-V.F., one of the earliest covers recorded with this stamp.
Scott No. 5; Estimate $200 - 300. (Image1)

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Est. $200-300
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5240 5 imageEcuador, 1865, 1r Dull Green. Ample to large margins, canceled by dotted lozenge handstamp and tied by "Alausi, 28 Juin, 67" cds on fresh wrapper to Riobamba, Very Fine and choice, a rare usage of the Alausi first type townmark, with 1988 Holcombe certificate.
Scott No. 5; Estimate $200 - 300. (Image1)

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Est. $200-300
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