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Worldwide Stamps and Postal History continued...

Colombia - Air Post Issues continued...
Lot Sym. Lot Description  
1540   ImageCOLOMBIA, 1921, 10c on 50c Pale Green, Type "b", small "A" (Colomphil 21a; C20 var). The "A" of "Centavos" clearly short at bottom, proper violet flight cancel, trivial faint paper wrinkles mostly in the right margin, Fine, a very scarce variety, Scott Retail as normal (Image)

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$ 575.00

SOLD for $120.00
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1541 c ImageCOLOMBIA, 1921, "Valor 30 Centavos" on 50c Pale Green, Inverted Air Post Surcharge (Colomphil 23a; Scott C20 var). Used with 50c Pale Green (C16) vertical pair with bottom right sheet margin on reverse of legal-sized cover and cancelled by Girardot oval cancel, with National 10c pair tied by blue boxed Barranquilla datestamp upon arrival, cover with "The Colombia Railways & Navigation Co., Ltd." handstamp with printed address to Barranquilla, cover with minor file fold not affecting stamps, small piece of corner missing and opened for display, 30c and 50c with light toning around perfs, still Fine and exceptionally rare combination use with the unsurcharged 50c stamps, only three covers with Colomphil No. 23a are recorded (Image)

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E. $ 1,000-1,500

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1542   ImageCOLOMBIA, 1923, 30c Blue, 60c Brown, 5p Olive Green, Fourth SCADTA Issue (C42, C45, C50). Singles of 30c and 60c, "L" shaped block of three of 5p, used with National 4c, 8c and 50c block of four, tied by Barranquilla Oct. 17, 1927 machine cancel on large printed cover front only to Bogota, manuscript "15.90/2.12" at top right indicating postage for Air Post and postage costs, Fine, this is the largest known multiple and franking of the 5p Fourth Issue (Image)

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E. $ 500-750

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1543   ImageCOLOMBIA, Consular Overprints - Argentina & Uruguay, 1923, 5c-5p with 7-1/2mm Overprints (CLAU12-CLAU22). Most with clear Barranquilla circular datestamps, 10c with slightly toned perfs and 20c with minute corner crease, otherwise Fine-Very Fine, an elusive used set (Image)

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$ 1,915.00

SOLD for $325.00
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1544 c ImageCOLOMBIA, Consular Mail - Canada, December 1930 Three-Country Franking. Canada 2c entire uprated with George V 1c and 2c (2) stamps tied by Vancouver Dec. 24, 1930 circular datestamp with additional strike below on cover to Girardot, Colombia, cover sent via Miami, Canal Zone and Barranquilla with Canal Zone 20c on 2c Air Post and Colombia 10c and 15c stamps added, Canal Zone stamp tied by violet Barranquilla Jan. 2 transit and Colombia stamps tied by Vancouver circular datestamps indicating all stamps were applied by sender in Canada, arrival backstamp, cover with minor edge tears mostly at top, still Fine and rare three country franking from Canada, accompanied by letter datelined in 1938 from recipient describing why his sister used this method of mailing letters so they can communicate with each other in under five weeks, with 2007 Colomphil certificate (Image)

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E. $ 400-500

SOLD for $375.00
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1545   ImageCOLOMBIA, Consular Overprints - Great Britain, 1921-23, 30c Green, 3p Violet (CLGB5, CLGB10). Two horizontal pairs of 30c incl. one with selvage at right, 3p with selvage at top, used with National 1c and 10c, all tied by red Barranquilla Oct. 3, 1923 circular datestamps on large part of parcel front only to Bogota, violet "Book Post" handstamp at top left indicating contents, light file folds affecting one 30c pair and 3p, otherwise Fine, an early and scarce use of the 3p value (Image)

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Get Market Data for [Colombia CLGB5, CLGB10 ]

E. $ 300-400

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1546 c ImageCOLOMBIA, Consular Overprints - Great Britain, 1923, 50c Green, Inverted Violet "GB" Overprint (CLGB34 var). Used with 1p Black (CLGB36) and National 5c and 10c, all tied by Barranquilla Oct. 10, 1924 circular datestamps in transit on linen cover to Bogota, arrival backstamp, 5c and 1p with minor perf faults, cover with minor edge faults, otherwise Fine, this is the only cover recorded with the inverted overprint (Image)

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E. $ 400-500

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1547   ImageCOLOMBIA, Consular Overprints - Great Britain, 1923, 1p Black, Double Impression of Basic Stamp (CLGB58a). Showing distinct doubling of underlying stamp, neat circular datestamp, fresh and Fine, a scarce error, signed Kessler and with 2016 Moorhouse certificate (Image)

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$ 1,250.00

SOLD for $325.00
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1548 c ImageCOLOMBIA, Consular Mail - Mexico, 1926 SCADTA Postal Card to Bogota. SCADTA 10c postal card, used from Mexico with 2c pair tied by "Monterrey, N.L. 18 Dic. 26" circular datestamp and addressed to Bogota from the Shaw correspondence, minor edge wear, still Very Fine, about 3-5 examples using Mexican stamps are thought to exist, with 2007 Colomphil certificate (Image)

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Get Market Data for [Colombia 1926 SCADTA Postal Card t]

E. $ 300-400

SOLD for $225.00
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1549   ImageCOLOMBIA, Consular Mail - Panama, 1921, 30c Green, Third SCADTA Issue (C29). Tied by well-struck violet "Servicio Postal Aereo de Colombia, Panama" circular handstamp, used with National 3c and cancelled upon arrival on cover front only to Bogota, Fine and rare with such a clear strike, only a small handful of covers with this experimental handstamp are known, used prior to the introduction of the Consular overprinted stamps, with 2007 Colomphil certificate (Image)

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Get Market Data for [Colombia C29 ]

E. $ 300-400

SOLD for $475.00
Will close during Public Auction

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