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The Santiago Cruz Large Gold Medal Collection of Colombia SCADTA Air Post Issues continued...

1921-23 Provisional Surcharges (by Colomphil No.) continued...
Lot Sym. Lot Description  
615 og ImageCOLOMBIA, 1921, "Valor 30 ctvos, S.C.A.D.T.A." on 50c Pale Green, Air Post Surcharge (Colomphil 10; Scott C21). Lightly hinged, fresh color, couple minor toned perfs of no consequence, otherwise Fine, a scarce stamp, only eight mint examples are recorded though and seldom offered, signed Kessler and A. Brun, Scott $925.00 (Image)

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E. $ 300-400


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616   ImageCOLOMBIA, 1921, "Valor 30 ctvos, S.C.A.D.T.A." on 50c Pale Green, Air Post Surcharge (Colomphil 10; Scott C21). Tied to small fragment of original piece by "14 Nov 1921" datestamp, well-struck violet "clock" cancel, minute corner crease at top left, otherwise Very Fine, less than 20 used examples have been recorded, many of which are on cover, Scott $575.00 (Image)

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E. $ 200-300


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617   ImageCOLOMBIA, 1921, "Valor 30 ctvos, S.C.A.D.T.A." on 50c Pale Green, Air Post Surcharge (Colomphil 10; Scott C21). With sheet margin at bottom, particularly well-centered, surcharge with very light print of "ctvos", neat violet Barranquilla "clock" cancel and Nov. 14, 1921 datestamp, small thin and minute tear in bottom margin, Very Fine appearance, less than 20 used examples are thought to exist, ex Goeggel, signed Kessler, Scott $575.00 (Image)

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E. $ 200-300


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618   ImageCOLOMBIA, 1921, "Valor 30 ctvos, S.C.A.D.T.A." on 50c Pale Green, Air Post Surcharge (Colomphil 10; Scott C21). Vertical pair and single, pair tied on small piece by Nov. 14, 1921 datestamp, both pieces with Barranquilla "clock" cancels and single additionally struck by Bogota boxed datestamp upon arrival, small faults incl. creasing and small thins, Fine-Very Fine appearance, less than 20 examples are thought to exist, single ex Friedman and signed Rendon, Scott Retail as three singles $1,725.00 (Image)

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E. $ 400-500


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619 c ImageCOLOMBIA, 1921, "Valor 30 ctvos, S.C.A.D.T.A." on 50c Pale Green, Air Post Surcharge (Colomphil 10; Scott C21). Horizontal pair and single, sheet margin at bottom with slightly rough perfs, tied by violet Barranquilla "clock" cancels on reverse of cover, used with National 3c vertical strip of three tied by Bogota boxed datestamps upon arrival, addressed to Bogota with "14 Nov. 1921" datestamp, single 30c stamp with small fault at top, cover slightly reduced at right and bottom, horizontal file fold between stamps, otherwise Fine and scarce, this is the largest recorded franking of this stamp and one of only eleven covers recorded, ex Peinedo (Image)

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E. $ 1,000-1,500


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620 c ImageCOLOMBIA, 1921, "Valor 30 ctvos, S.C.A.D.T.A." on 50c Pale Green, Air Post Surcharge (Colomphil 10; Scott C21). Used with National 3c, each tied by red Barranquilla Jan. 1, 1923 double-circle datestamp on Forero corner card cover to Antonio Mejia in Bogota, Bogota arrival datestamp on reverse, cover with vertical file fold, Very Fine, an intriguing Forero cover of certain philatelic origins, this is the only example using Colomphil No. 10 that we have encountered rather than the usual Forero reprint surcharges, signed Rendon (Image)

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E. $ 400-500


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621 ng ImageCOLOMBIA, 1921, "Valor 30 ctvos, S.C.A.D.T.A." on 50c Pale Green, Imperforate, Air Post Surcharge (Colomphil 10b; Scott C21 var). Unused (no gum), large balanced margins, thin and minute pinhole

VERY FINE APPEARANCE. THIS IS THE UNIQUE IMPERFORATE EXAMPLE OF COLOMPHIL NO. 10. AN IMPORTANT RARITY WHICH IS NOT LISTED IN ANY MAJOR REFERENCES FOR COLOMBIAN AIR POSTS.

With 2012 Colomphil certificate. Unlisted in either Sanabria, Cruz-Bortfeldt, Fletcher or Scott. (Image)

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E. $ 2,000-3,000


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622   ImageCOLOMBIA, 1921, "Valor 30 ctvos, S.C.A.D.T.A." on 50c Pale Green, Double Surcharge (Colomphil 10 var; Scott C21). Huge top right corner sheet margin, well struck violet "clock" cancels, couple corner creases and thins in margin, Very Fine appearance, this is one of only two examples we are aware of, unlisted in Scott, Fletcher or Cruz-Bortfeldt (Image)

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E. $ 750-1,000


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623   ImageCOLOMBIA, 1921, "30c 30c" on 50c Pale Green, Air Post Surcharge (Colomphil 11; Scott C22 var). Clear violet "clock" cancel of Barranquilla, fresh color, irregularly cut perfs at bottom and couple small thin spots, otherwise Fine appearance, it is believed that only two used examples are known plus an example on cover, further research is required as this overprint is identical to Colomphil No. 1 though this was cancelled in Barranquilla in October 1921 (through evidence from known cover) versus No. 1 which were issued and used in Bogota in May 1921 (Image)

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E. $ 1,000-1,500


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624   ImageCOLOMBIA, 1921, "30c 30c" on 50c Pale Green, Inverted Air Post Surcharge (Colomphil 11a; Scott C22 var). Sheet margin at top, violet three-line cancel of Barranquilla, few minor faults incl. light creases, small thin spot and few toned spots

FINE APPEARANCE. THIS IS THE ONLY RECORDED EXAMPLE OF THE "30C 30C" SURCHARGE INVERTED, COLOMPHIL NO. 11A. A MAJOR COLOMBIAN AIR POST ERROR.

Illustrated in Fletcher on pg. 98. The four-line "Colombo-Alemana de Transportes Aereos (Compania Anonmia)" handstamp indicates use from Barranquilla distinguishing it from Colomphil No. 1. (Image)

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E. $ 2,000-3,000


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625   ImageCOLOMBIA, 1921, "30c" on 50c Pale Green, Air Post Surcharge (Colomphil 12; Scott C22b). Showing a partial strike of surcharge with "3" nearly omitted, violet three-line cancel of Bogota, minor corner creases and slightly traced of toned spots at bottom, otherwise Fine appearance, rare with only a few examples believed to exist, similar to Colomphil No. 13 but differentiated from No. 13 having more of a "skeleton" outline of the surcharge likely caused by different inks used, listed but unpriced in Scott (Image)

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E. $ 400-500


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