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

1920 30-Cent Black on Rose (C14), incl. Flight Covers continued...
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519 c ImageCOLOMBIA, 1920, 30c Black on Rose - Sept. 8, 1921 Puerto Berrio-Medellin Experimental Flight (C14). Irregular block of eleven consisting of the bottom three of the fourth column and entire fifth column of pane, each stamp cancelled by violet "Manuel Jose Tobon" handstamp and tied by stray ink on reverse of large cover, used with nine National 3c stamps tied by Puerto Berrio circular datestamps, cover addressed to Barranquilla, vertical file fold affecting one National and one 30c stamp, top stamp with minor faults due to placement and bending of cover at top, all of which is to be expected on a cover of this size

FINE AND IMPRESSIVE MULTIPLE OF THE 30-CENTAVOS USED ON THE SEPT. 8 EXPERIMENTAL FLIGHT. THIS IS THE LARGEST RECORDED MULTIPLE OF THIS STAMP ON COVER.

Paying the 11x letter rate (up to 175 grams). (Image)

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520 c ImageCOLOMBIA, 1920, 30c Black on Rose - Sept. 8, 1921 Medellin-Barranquilla Experimental Flight (C14). Vertical strip of seven, tied to reverse of large cover by multiple blue boxed Medellin Sept. 8, 1921 datestamps and blue crayon, used with National 1c and 20c and tied by same Medellin datestamp, cover addressed to Barranquilla, Barranquilla Sept. 10 arrival datestamp, cover with minor edge wear as to be expected due to size, small nick in top 30c stamp, otherwise Fine and impressive multiple on cover, only one larger multiple is known on cover (see prior Lot 519) (Image)

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521 c ImageCOLOMBIA, 1920, 30c Black on Rose - Sept. 22, 1921 Bogota-Barranquilla Experimental Flight (C14). Bottom left corner margin single, used with National 3c, tied by bold violet "Colombia-Bogota, Despacho Correspondencia Interior, Sept. 22, 1921" circular datestamps on cover to New York, forwarded within New York, Very Fine, this is the last experimental flight and one of only two covers recorded, especially scarce to a destination outside of Colombia, ex Gebauer (Image)

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E. $ 750-1,000


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522   ImageCOLOMBIA, 1920, 30c Black on Rose, First SCADTA Air Post (C14). Bold strike of "Sociedad Colombo Alemana Tramsportes Aereos, Lunes 26" three-line handstamp used on the Sept. 26, 1921 flight which was the first day of regular SCADTA services, minor vertical crease, otherwise Fine, a very rare cancel, only a few singles are known plus an additional three covers recorded (Image)

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523 c ImageCOLOMBIA, 1920, 30c Black on Rose - Sept. 26, 1921 Barranquilla-Bogota Scheduled Flight (C14). Tied by bold "Sociedad Colombo Alemana Tramsportes Aereos, Lunes 26" three-line handstamp and lightly struck boxed datestamp on reverse of cover, used with National 3c and addressed to Bogota, 3c tied by violet boxed Bogota datestamp upon arrival, cover with overall soiling, otherwise Fine and exceptionally rare use of this cancel which was only used on this first scheduled flight, less than three covers are thought to exist (Image)

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524 c ImageCOLOMBIA, 1920, 30c Black on Rose - Sept. 28, 1921 Bogota-Girardot Scheduled Flight (C14). Irregular block of seven, affixed to reverse of cover and cancelled by oval Girardot handstamps in transit, used with two strips of three of National 10c and tied by large Barranquilla circular datestamps in transit, cover addressed to Behr-Heyder in Cologne, Germany, official seals applied in Cologne upon arrival on two sides, two stamps of block with minor pulled perfs and minor stray gum stains, cover slightly reduced on two sides, still Fine and rare cover to Germany paying the 7x letter rate, only one larger multiple is known on cover (see Lot 519), ex Johnson (Image)

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525 c ImageCOLOMBIA, 1920, 30c Black on Rose - Late 1921 Neiva-Barranquilla Scheduled Flight (C14). Horizontal pair with sheet margin at top, used with National 2c and 3c, all tied by light "Servicio Postal Aereo SCADTA, Neiva" cancels on cover to Dorking, England, undated though likely late 1921 use, neat early SCADTA label on reverse, cover opened on three sides for display, Very Fine and scarce (Image)

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526 c ImageCOLOMBIA, 1920, 30c Black on Rose - Dec. 19, 1921 Barranquilla-Medellin Scheduled Flight (C14). Top left corner margin single, tied by violet Barranquilla SCADTA cancel and used with National 1c and 2c tied by boxed Barranquilla datestamp on cover to Medellin, cover with minor central file fold not affecting stamps, Very Fine (Image)

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527 c ImageCOLOMBIA, 1920, 30c Black on Rose - Dec. 1922 Barranquilla-Bogota Scheduled Flight (C14). Tied by lightly struck boxed Barranquilla handstamp (in transit), cover originating in Reetz, Germany with 3m block of four and 10m tied by "Reetz 12.11.22" circular datestamps and addressed to Barranquilla, then forwarded to Bogota, Bogota Dec. 21 arrival backstamp, Very Fine, a rare incoming combination cover, while the consular overprint "system" had been in place, few first issues are known from Germany, less than five are believed to exist, ex Gebauer (Image)

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528 c ImageCOLOMBIA, 1920, 30c Black on Rose - Jul. 31, 1923 Neiva-Barranquilla Scheduled Flight (C14). Sheet margin at top, tied by violet Nevia handstamp, used with National 10c (2) on registered cover to Dorking, England, two boxed registry handstamps, one tying National stamps, London transit and Dorking arrival backstamps, one 10c with pulled perf and other with minor gum staining, cover opened on three sides, Fine late use of this stamp, rare registered with only three recorded, ex Gebauer (Image)

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E. $ 500-750


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