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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...
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659 og ImageCOLOMBIA, 1921, "30 cent." on 10c Yellow (Colomphil 26; C37). Vertical pair, top stamp h.r., bottom stamp Mint N.H., fresh color, top stamp with couple toned perfs, bottom stamp with facial scrape, otherwise Fine and rare, this is the only known multiple of the eight unused examples recorded, particularly desirable as it proves that each pane was surcharged using the same handstamp, Scott Retail as singles $3,000.00 (Image)

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E. $ 1,000-1,500


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660   ImageCOLOMBIA, 1921, "30 cent." on 10c Yellow (Colomphil 26; C37). Neat violet Bogota SCADTA handstamp, light horizontal bend and small corner crease, Fine appearance, only seventeen used examples recorded of all types, eleven of which are covers, Scott $575.00 (Image)

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661 c ImageCOLOMBIA, 1921, "30 cent." on 10c Yellow (Colomphil 26; C37). Two singles, used with two uncancelled National 3c stamps, tied by violet Bogota SCADTA cancels on orange-red cover Barranquilla, cover with some creasing, light file folds just affecting right 30c and small scrape at left of stamps (not affecting), backflap missing, otherwise Fine, believed to have only been used on the May 5, 1922 flight, only eleven covers are recorded with this as the only known example bearing multiple copies of the 30c stamp over-paying the double letter rate, with 1986 Rendon certificate (Image)

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662 c ImageCOLOMBIA, 1921, "30 cent." on 10c Yellow (Colomphil 26a; C37). Used with National 3c, tied by violet Bogota SCADTA cancel on blue corner card cover to Cartagena, May 5, 1922 departure handstamp at bottom left, black boxed Cartagena datestamp applied upon arrival which also ties both stamps, two light file folds, one mildly affecting 30c stamp, still Very Fine, believed to have only been used on the May 5, 1922 flight, only eleven covers are recorded of all types, ex Peinado (Image)

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E. $ 500-750


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663 c ImageCOLOMBIA, 1921, "30 cent." on 10c Yellow (Colomphil 26b; C37). Used with National 3c, tied by violet Bogota SCADTA cancel on cover to New York, May 5, 1922 departure handstamp, lightly struck Barranquilla datestamp applied in transit which also ties both stamps, cover with some minor creasing and tears, mostly at left and on reverse, otherwise Very Fine and rare destination, believed to have only been used on the May 5, 1922 flight, only eleven covers are recorded of which only two have destinations outside Colombia, signed Schoendorf (Image)

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664   ImageCOLOMBIA, 1921, "30 cent." on 10c Yellow (Colomphil 26c; C37). Used with National 3c (faulty), tied on small piece of mourning cover by violet Bogota SCADTA cancel, blue "May 5, 1922" handstamp below, stamp with couple toned perf tips, otherwise Fine and scarce, only 17 used examples have been recorded of all types, eleven of which are covers, with 2004 Sismondo certificate, Scott $575.00 (Image)

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665 nh ImageCOLOMBIA, 1921, "30 cent." on 10c Yellow, Inverted Surcharge (Colomphil 27; Scott C37 var). Mint N.H., pos. 1 with the positioning pinhole at top left, particularly wide margins, bright shade, Very Fine and choice, one of only five unused examples recorded, none are known used, signed A. Lombardi (Image)

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E. $ 750-1,000


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666   ImageCOLOMBIA, 1921, "30 cent." on 10c Yellow, Air Post Registration (Colomphil 28; Scott C37 var). Neat violet Bogota SCADTA and "R" handstamps, fresh color, Fine, this is the unique example with the registration handstamp and illustrated in the Cruz-Bortfeldt book on pg. 75, a bit of an anomaly to researchers as the earliest "R" handstamp on cover recorded is July 1922 and no postal rate at this time included a registration fee indicating a possible trial handstamp, ex Gebauer, signed Schoendorf (Image)

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667 og ImageCOLOMBIA, 1921, "Valor 10 Centavos" on 50c Pale Green, Air Post Surcharge (Colomphil 29; Scott C17). Surcharge showing the upright "1" of "10" with the serif at top, lightly hinged, light gum bends, Very Fine, the Cruz-Bortfeldt book places this item under the "Forero" reprints of 1923 though we believe this to be the original surcharge (of Colomphil 2) as a) no covers are known (the other "Forero" reprints were used on cover and sent by him) and b) the "1" could have easily fallen out of the surcharge and placed back inverted, regardless only eight unused examples are recorded (four of which are contained in a block), signed Champion, Scott $1,500.00 (Image)

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668   ImageColombia 1923 "Forero" Reprints of the 1921-23 Air Post Surcharges. Fifteen singles, strip of four, pair and one cover on exhibit page and stock page, both used and unused, few duplicates but incl. Colomphil Nos. 30, 30a (incl. strip of four), 30b, 30c, 30d (incl. used inverted) and 30i, the pair is a 30b/30c combination illustrated in Cruz-Bordfeldt on pg. 80 which is likely unique, No. 30 on cover is one of seven covers recorded, few small faults, mostly Fine or better, these "Forero" reprints were "officially" done and all known covers are sent from Forero in Barranquilla to Antonio J. Mejia in Bogota, most examples are "errors" and likely prove the philatelic nature of these reprints (Image)

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669   Colombia 1921 Surcharge Issue Fakes and Forgeries. 26 items on exhibit pages, mostly singles but also three multiples and one cover (genuine cover with fake surcharge), most types represented, some crudely done, others quite convincing, also with a few genuine examples incl. Colomphil Nos. 1 (2), 20 and 21 (2), some mixed condition though mostly Fine or better, an interesting group for the specialist or exhibitor for educational or study purposes

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E. $ 500-750


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