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Worldwide Stamps and Covers continued...

United States - Air Post continued...
LotNo. Symbol CatNo. Lot Description
2061 E   image1938 (July 10) Howard Hughes Around the World flight, postal stationery 6c legal size envelope with additional 6c franking, also French and Russian adhesives added at the prospective stops at Le Bourget and Moscow, appropriate cachets, tiny cover tear at top away from the stamps, still v.f., with the original letter from John Bergen to Harvey Evans, dated December 11, 1939 ("I am sending you herewith a cover of the Howard Hughes flight around the world. This cover was never offered for sale and was distributed to his friends only, so I am sure it will make a nice addition to your stamp collection") (Image)

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SOLD for $475.00
Closing..May-07, 09:00 AM
2062 E   image1939 (26 Mar) Braniff Airways, Chicago to Brownsville crash cover addressed to Dallas, Tx., with "Damaged due to Air Mail Interruption near Oklahoma City, March 26, 1939", shortly after takeoff in Oklahoma City the plane caught fire and the pilot was killed, fine (Image)



SOLD for $130.00
Closing..May-07, 09:00 AM
2063 E C15 imageCatapult Flights. 1931 (10 Sep) cover franked with $2.60 Zeppelin (vertical tears, one appears to be a pre-print crease), fine appearance, canceled by concentric ovals, with Bluemont departure cds alongside, addressed to the Free City of Danzig, with German Catapult cachet "Deutscher Schleuderflug 17.9.31 Dampfer Europa-Southampton"), red Berlin transit cachet at bottom, with additional (19 Sep) and Danzig arrival markings on back, fine and unusual usage of $2.60 Zeppelin on Catapult mail to Danzig, signed Gappe, with 2017 PFC (Cat No. C15) (Image)

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SOLD for $500.00
Closing..May-07, 09:00 AM
2064 E   imageZeppelin Flights. 1929 (6 Aug) LZ 127 flight cover from Lakehurst to Tokyo, paying $2.05 with 5c Beacon and 4x50c violet, cancelled by Union City departure pmks, with Round the World Flight cachet alongside, Tokyo arrival (19 Aug) below, fine (Image)



SOLD for $120.00
Closing..May-07, 09:00 AM
United States - Postage Dues
LotNo. Symbol CatNo. Lot Description
2065 nh J30 image1894 2c vermilion, bright color, n.h. and post office fresh, fine, with 2004 PFC, cat. $1900 (Cat No. J30) (Image)

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SOLD for $525.00
Closing..May-07, 09:00 AM
United States - Offices in China
LotNo. Symbol CatNo. Lot Description
2066 nh K15 image1919 $1 on 50c light violet, n.h., fine, with 1986 PFC, cat. $1300 (Cat No. K15) (Image)

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SOLD for $325.00
Closing..May-07, 09:00 AM
2067 E 537 image1921 (6 Oct) cover franked with 3c Victory, tied by "U.S. Pos. Service Shanghai China" cds, addressed to Cleveland, fine (Cat No. 537) (Image)

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SOLD for $240.00
Closing..May-07, 09:00 AM
2068 E 549 image1922 (11 Feb) native cover with embossed address of Rev. H.G.C. Hallock (U.S. Peace Society in Shanghai), franked with 2c Pilgrim Centenary (straight edge at right), with "U.S. Pos. Service Shanghai China" cds alongside, addressed to Bordentown NJ, fine and rare usage (a similar cover from the same correspondence realized $1,000 in our Sept 2008 sale) (Cat No. 549) (Image)

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CLOSED
Closing..May-07, 09:00 AM
2069 E 150 imageUnited States used in Japan. 1870 (6 Dec) cover from Yokohama, Japan to Hartford, Ct, franked with single 10c brown (minor perf. flaws), cancelled (not tied) by segmented cork, with corresponding Yokohama Japan cds alongside, "per US Mail" in manuscript, blue "Forwarded by Walsh, Hall & Co., Yokohama" in oval, clear San Francisco (Dec 23) transit, unusually fresh and v.f. cover (Cat No. 150) (Image)

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CLOSED
Closing..May-07, 09:00 AM
2070 E 150 image1873 (29 Aug) cover from Yokohama, Japan to New Brunswick, NJ, franked with single 10c brown, cancelled by segmented cork, with corresponding Yokohama Japan cds below, San Francisco (Sep 10) transit, merchant handstamp on reverse, minor backflap tears, fine (Cat No. 150) (Image)

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CLOSED
Closing..May-07, 09:00 AM
2071 E   image1878 (22 Nov) cover from Meadville, Pa to Yokohama, Japan (addressed to Mrs. Rev. M.C. Harris, care of Dr.Eldridge, missionaries with Methodist Episcopal Church), franked with 5c dark blue, sent via San Francisco, with Japanese transit and arrival pmks, also Yokohama Japan Dec.26 cds on back, fine (Image)



CLOSED
Closing..May-07, 09:00 AM
2072 E   image1879 (20 Dec) cover from Strasburg, Pa to Tokyo, Japan (addressed to Mrs. Rev. M.C. Harris, care of Rev. Julius Soper, missionaries with Methodist Episcopal Church), franked with 2c and 3c Banknotes, with Japanese arrival pmk on front, also New York and Yokohama (25 Jan) transit pmks on back, closed cover tear at left, otherwise fine (Image)



CLOSED
Closing..May-07, 09:00 AM
2073 E   image1886 stationery 5c entire envelope addressed to assistant engineer aboard U.S.S. "Ossipee" at Yokohama, Japan, with straight line "Ship" and Yokohama Japan 18 March 1886 arrival cds alongside, fine (recommissioned 28 January 1884, "Ossipee" served on the Asiatic station until returning to New York 15 February 1887) (Image)



CLOSED
Closing..May-07, 09:00 AM
2074 E   image1894 stationery 5c entire envelope addressed to Yokohama, endorsed "Oceanic," with arrival (16 Oct) alongside, framed "Paquebot," re-addressed to Kobe, with red chops at bottom, fine (Image)



CLOSED
Closing..May-07, 09:00 AM
United States - U.S.Postal Agency Siberia
LotNo. Symbol CatNo. Lot Description
2075 E   image1919 (22 Feb) soldier's mail, free frank cover addressed to San Francisco, boxed A.E.F. Siberia Censored handstamp in violet, fine (Image)



SOLD for $150.00
Closing..May-07, 09:00 AM
2076 E   image1919 (6 June) Roessler cover franked with 3c Victory, cancelled U.S. Postal Agency Siberia, with oval "AM.E.F. Siberia Passed as Censored Base Censor" hs, toned at right, rare (Image)



CLOSED
Closing..May-07, 09:00 AM
2077 E   image1919 (8 Feb) soldier's mail, free frank cover addressed to Chicago, boxed A.E.F. Siberia Censored handstamp in violet, cover wear and tears, otherwise fine (Image)



SOLD for $150.00
Closing..May-07, 09:00 AM
2078 E   image1919 (3 May) soldier's mail, free frank cover addressed to Colorado, boxed A.E.F. Siberia Censored handstamp in black, some toning, otherwise fine (Image)



SOLD for $160.00
Closing..May-07, 09:00 AM
2079 E   image1919 (17 July) soldier's mail, free frank (captured Japanese stationery), addressed to Chicago, boxed A.E.F. Siberia Censored handstamp in violet, defective, fine appearance (Image)



CLOSED
Closing..May-07, 09:00 AM
2080 E   imageNaval and Maritime Mail. 1920 Sailor's Mail, cover endorsed "U.S. Naval Forces Vladivostok Siberia", with "U.S.S. South Dakota" departure pmk alongside, sent to Everett, Mass, with "Asiatic Fleet" and sailor's name at upper left, also unused postcard showing the U.S.S. South Dakota (ordered from Europe to the Pacific to serve as flagship of the Asiatic fleet, which consisted of 26 vessels including eight destroyers. During the winter of 1920, the U.S.S. South Dakota was stationed off Vladivostok on Russia's far eastern tip, along with the U.S.S. Albany to aid in the withdrawal of American troops in the aftermath of the Russian Revolution) (Image)



SOLD for $1,000.00
Closing..May-07, 09:00 AM

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