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  • Lot# : 1 Afghanistan

    1907/08: 2 a. blue, a complete imperforate sheet of eighteen with the three panes of six (3 x 2) arranged vertically with one pane tête-bêche, of rich delicate colour and showing large part of HOWARD & JONES / LONDON watermark; slight wrinkle at base, fresh and fine without gum as issued. Rare and attractive multiple. Signed Todd AIEP Scott 198 = $ 800+.
    Starting bid : 200 CHF
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    Lot# : 2 Afghanistan

    1907/08: 2 a. blue, a complete imperforate sheet of eighteen with the three panes of six (3 x 2) arranged vertically with one pane tête-bêche, of delicate pale colour and showing small part of HOWARD & JONES / LONDON watermark; fresh and fine without gum as issued. Rare and attractive multiple. Signed Todd AIEP Scott 198 = $ 800+.
    Starting bid : 180 CHF
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    Lot# : 3 Afghanistan

    1907/08: 1 rupee green imperforate, an unused block of eight, two thirds of the sheet, with large margins all round, fresh and very fine unused, without gum as issued. A rare and most attractive multiple. Signed Todd AIEP Scott 199 = $ 800/ Gi = £ 360+.
    Starting bid : 180 CHF
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    Lot# : 4 Afghanistan

    1907/27: 7th & 8th Independence Anniversary, 1927 10 p. violet-blue, a complete sheet of 8 subjects arranged tête-bêche, large part og. but central creasing; 1927 10 p. magenta in a sheet of 8 subjects arranged tête-bêche, one outer sheet margin with fault and hinged for protection, unused without gum; also a part sheet of 1907 2 abasi imperf. showing two blocks of six arranged tête-bêche but with surface stains and brushed gum. Scarce group Scott 224+225+198.
    Starting bid : 150 CHF
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    Lot# : 5 Imperial China

    1899: Postcard franked by Egypt 2 m. green (Gi 59) pair tied by 'Port Said' cds's (Dec 21) addressed to Tientsin, China. Readdressed on arrival to Taku Forts with 1898/1900 Coiling Dragon 1 c. orange tied by bold TIENTSIN cds (Jan 30, 1900) in black. Card with minor corner bend but a scarce and most attractive usage.
    Starting bid : 100 CHF
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    Lot# : 6 Imperial China

    1900: Coiling Dragon 10 c. green used on 1901 cover to Prague, tied by oval framed PEKING datestamp (Aug 2) in black with France 'Chine' 25 c. black on rose tied by 'Shang-Hai / Chine' cds (Aug 12) with repeated information strike alongside. Reverse with Chinese P.O. in Shanghai cds. An attractive combination cover.
    Starting bid : 300 CHF
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    Lot# : 7 Imperial China

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    1907 (July 8): Registered picture postcard from Peking to Vienna bearing Dragon definitives 2 c. red in a vert. pair tied by bilingual PEKING cds's, and 10 c. green, tied by bilingual SHANGHAI cds (July 13, 1907), registration handstamp, octogonal French "YOKOHAMA A MARSEILLE 19 JUIL 07" shipmail datestamp and Vienna arrival cds (21 VIII 07) alongside. Cert. Haveman BPP (2015).
    Starting bid : 250 CHF
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    Lot# : 8 Imperial China

    1878/1965c.: Collection with 1878/83 Large Dragons 1 ca. green unused and used, 3 ca. used (3, one wide Setting) and 5 ca. yellow used (2, one with part 'Customs / Chungking' cds, the other with fault showing part German arrival cds); 1894 Dowager 1 ca., 3 ca., 4 ca. 5 ca., 9 ca., 24 ca. unused; 1897 optd. Small Dragons used, 1897 Red Revenue 1 c. on 3 c. unused, Coiling Dragons with large range used with cancellation interest, SYS issues, provinces and some locals noted.
    Starting bid : 1,000 CHF
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    Lot# : 9 Imperial China

    1927/29: Group of covers (4) all to Chemnitz, Germany with Manchuria optd. 1927 2 c. green used from Harbin carried at Printed Matter rate, and two further coivers from Harbin carried at 10 c. rates - these last with 'via Russia CCCP' at upper right, together with 1929 cover from Tientsin franked by 1929 Burial of Sun-Yat sen 10 c. blue.
    Starting bid : 200 CHF
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    Lot# : 10 Imperial China

    1919/1948: Group of eleven commercial covers, incl. two registered usages from Beijing to London (1923) franked with 'Temple of Heaven' 1 c. to 10 c., three covers to USA of which two censored, further two envelopes franked with 1939 '150th Anniv. of US Constitution' registered cover from "Fortbayard 2.8.38" (French Indochina) franked with Exhibition miniature sheet of Kouang-Tchéou 1937 and 148 Incoming mail from Canada as well as three domestic usages togheter with some loose stamps on stockcards.
    Starting bid : 200 CHF
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    Lot# : 11 Imperial China

    Literature: The Anna-Lisa and Sven-Erik Beckeman "1878/83 Large Dragons", Sotheby's / Corinphila sales 1-3 complete from 1996/97, and "1885 Small Dragons, 1894 Dowager Empress, 1897 New Currency Surcharges, 1897 Red Revnues & Customs Mail Handstamps", sales 1-4 complete. Fresh and very fine sets, an invaluable reference work.
    Starting bid : 100 CHF
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    Lot# : 12 Imperial China

    1893: Shanghai Local Post 1 c. brown, litho, used on 1893 cover to the Norwegian & Swedish Consulate  tied by SHANGHAI LOCAL POST cds in blue (Oct 5) with arrival verso; also a China 1912 1 c. green postal stationery card locally used in Shanghai to the Burlington Hotel.rn 
    Starting bid : 100 CHF
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    Lot# : 13 People's Republic of China

    1952/53: Registration or Parcel Receipt forms from the early PRC period, with usages from Tientsin but mostly from Harbin, many showing the HARBIN / CHINA cds, in black on Parcel forms or AR forms from Russia, 1952 example with framed 'AR' and bilingual Harbin cds in violet etc. (35 items).
    Starting bid : 150 CHF
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    Lot# : 14 People's Republic of China

    1980: T46 Year of Monkey Beijing Philatelic Company First Day Cover (Scott 1586), used in 1984 and sent from Dalian to Ostermundigen Switzerland bearing on reverse 1984 Works by Wu Changshuo 20 f. & 70 f., River Tianjin Water diversion project 20 f., and Chinese roses 20f. Fresh clean, very fine.
    Starting bid : 750 CHF
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    Lot# : 15 People's Republic of China

    1971/85ca: Lot with hundreds of stamps and Miniature Sheets primarily in unmounted og. condition including 1971 50th Anniversary of the Communist party with the triptych folded and 1973 Table Tennis and Ballet sets.
    Starting bid : 200 CHF
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    Lot# : 16 People's Republic of China

    1980/85ca. Lot 120 covers with philatelic frankings, all sent from Dalian to Switzerland bearing with many registered incl. Miniature Sheet usages.
    Starting bid : 100 CHF
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    Lot# : 17 Macau

    1911 (Sept. 4): Provisonial issue on wove paper, 1 a. black (minimal tear) and pair of 2 a. black, all on reverse of mourning envelope sent from "MACAU 4 SET 11" via "HONG-KONG 5 SEP 11" to Shanghai, China with arrival cds "SHANGHAI A BR.P.O. SP 10 11". An attractive and interesting usage.
    Starting bid : 800 CHF
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    Lot# : 18 Macau

    1884/1986: Collection hundreds stamps primarily used incl. 1884 50 r. green & 10 r. on 50 r. green, 1895 Luis 5 a. on 30 r. on 200 r., 1911 provisional handstamp issue 1 a. with Hong Kong cds and 2 a. unused, later REPUBLICA ovpts., and 1939 New York World Exposition ovpt. unused. A fine lot.
    Starting bid : 250 CHF
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    Lot# : 19 Taiwan

    1962 (Sept 20): Chinese Paintings from the Palace Museum, the set of four values unused, fresh and fine, large part og. A key set Mi 470/473 = € 300/Gi = £ 250.
    Starting bid : 100 CHF
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    Lot# : 20 Iraq

    1953/72: Lot with over 50 airmail covers to Austria, incl. registered usages and few with censor marks.
    Starting bid : 150 CHF
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    Lot# : 21 Iran

    1904: 9 ch. on 1 kr. violet, a used pair on 6 ch. on 10 ch. grey postal stationery envelope, sent registered to Mexico City via New York, tied by oval framed 'Ispahan' datestamps in black. Reverse with Teheran transits and oval Mexico City registered arrival datestamp (Jan 27, 1905) in red. Soiled but a most unusual destination.
    Starting bid : 100 CHF
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    Lot# : 22 Iran

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    Catalogue# : 40-42+46
    1881/82: Stamp designs 'sun' 5 c. + 10 c. + 25 c. as well as 'Shah Nasreddin' 10 Fr., Lot nine different imperf. colour trials in deep fresh colour, all showing coloured frame, each piece individually mounted on a small piece of cardboard, a rare offer.
    Starting bid : 500 CHF
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    Lot# : 23 Iran

    1950/85ca.: Lot over 200 covers and cards, predominantely outgoing mail with some interesting frankings and airmail usages, together with some envelopes from nearby Middle Eastern countries.
    Starting bid : 150 CHF
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    Lot# : 24 Japan

    1893 (July 15): Stationery postcard 3 sen green on buff stock (Higgins & Gage 18), the indicium cancelled "YOKOHAMA JAPAN 15 VII 1893", sent to Tägerweilen, Switzerland with corresponding New York transit (Aug. 8) and Tägerweilen arrival cds's (Aug. 18) alongside, forwarded to San José in Costa Rica with New York transit (Sept. 1, 1893) alongside.
    Starting bid : 100 CHF
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    Lot# : 25 Japan

    1896 (Aug 1): Victory in China-Japanese War, 2 s. rose, both types, each in interpanneau blocks of fifteen (5 x 3) with full sheet margins, Arisugawa 2 s. rose unused (10 examples) and 5 s. deep ultramarine with both values in unused blocks of four, a few imperfections but of fresh colours and unmounted og. A scarce group.
    Starting bid : 500 CHF
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    Lot# : 26 Japan

    1905/07: Group eight Japanese picture postcards related to the Russo-Japanese War, seven of them sent to Firenze, Italy, incl. five with battle scenes or propagandistic designs showing the defeated Russian bear, two cards showing the Japanese celebration of victory in Yokohama, and one 1907 card commemorating the victory in the sea battle of Tsushima.
    Starting bid : 150 CHF
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    Lot# : 27 Japan

    1915/18: Group four POW formular or picture postcards incl. German POW in Japanese captivity, sent from Ninoshima to Landau, Pfalz, postcard 1918 between two POW's in Aonogahara to Bando, as well as Austrian POWs in Russian captivity 1915 Radolnoye Primor G. and Nikolsk Ussuryisk, both in the Far East to Vienna.
    Starting bid : 180 CHF
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    Lot# : 28 Japan

    1934 (April 20): Airmail Communications Miniature sheet with four airmail values, fresh and very fine unused, light hinge traces in upper margin. A desirable item Gi MS271 = £ 1'300 / Scott = $ 1'250.
    Starting bid : 200 CHF
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    Lot# : 29 Japan

    1935/85: Lot 16 Miniature and Souvenir sheets incl. 1935 Mount Fuji miniature sheet (Scott 222a = $ 600) and seven National Park souvenir sheets 1938-1941 (Gi MS344 - MS384 = $ 1'080), in unmounted og condition, in addition a few booklets.
    Starting bid : 250 CHF
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    Lot# : 30 Japan

    1945/74: Collection hundreds stamps primarily in unmounted og condition incl. miniature sheets such as 1946  Postal services, 1949 Electrical communication, 1954 Kannon Bosatsu definitive, in addition National Park issues and Airmail stamps.
    Starting bid : 600 CHF
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    Lot# : 31 Jordan

    1975 (Feb 1): Jordanian Women's National Costumes, the unissued high values 30 f., 35 f., 40 f., 50 f. and 60 f. values in half sheets of fifty (10 x 5), with complete sheet margins all round, sold together with the issued sheets of the low values (5 f. - 25 f.) in matching sheets. Fresh and fine, full unmounted og. and rare.
    Starting bid : 1,000 CHF
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    Lot# : 32 Libya

    1950/52: Libia Senussi Warrior issue, a fantastic selection of 93 covers incl. Cyrenaica 1950 up to 200 m. and 500 m. as single frankings as well a complete set cover, Regno di Libia ovpts for the Cyreneica incl. a compl. set cover of all 13 values from its first day, ovpts. for Tripolitania, philatelic and business mail, Airmail with "A.V.2" handstamp, and ovpt. in Francs for Fezzan, the compl. set of ten values on cover from Ghadames. One cert. Sassone = € 588'000 following the consignor.
    Starting bid : 25,000 CHF
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    Lot# : 33 Libya

    1979/94, the mint collection incl. many motiv stamps and one stockbook with plenty of dublicats and one album with a lot of sheets and souvenir sheets between 1979 and 1984, total in three albums.
    Starting bid : 200 CHF
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    Lot# : 34 Morocco

    1894/1975: Specialised collection predominantly unused with 200+ covers/cards, with French Post Offices from 1894 with first optd. issue incl. both 5 c. to 2 p. on 2 fr. unused, 1902/10 issue complete unused and used, 1911/17 set of twelve unused, 1914/21 set of 17 unused, 1917 pictorial set of 17 unused, 'Tanger' set of 18 unused, 1917 Parcel Post study with Parcel Cards etc., 1928 Charity Airmail set in interpanneau unused pairs, thereafter complete to 1955 with miniature sheets and a few 'epreuves deluxe', Postage Dues, Independent Morocco from 1956 similarly specialised with covers abounding throughout. A charming collection.
    Starting bid : 1,000 CHF
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    Lot# : 35 Morocco

    1899/1954c.: Covers/cards (24), with 1899 Mazagan-Marrakech 5 c. blue stationery card franked by 10 c. red used to Belgium tied by Tangier cds, 1920's French P.O. covers sent airmail to Switzerland, Spanish P.O.'s incl. some further covers from Spain during Civil War, Spanish Guinea 1954 registered cover from Bata to Brunswick etc.
    Starting bid : 300 CHF
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    Lot# : 35A Nepal

    1949/62: Lot 140 stamps unused incl. 1949 definitives (3), 1954 King Tribhuvana (2), 1954 Map of Nepal, and 1959 definitives (5). Mi = € 1'900+ following the consignor.
    Starting bid : 250 CHF
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    Lot# : 36 Philippines

    1881: Stationery postcard from Manila to Esslingen, Germany, endorsed "p Magallanes via Brindisi", the indicium ovpt. "CONVENIO - UNIVERSAL de  - CORREOS HABILITADO" 3 cents on 50 mils (Higgins & Gage 2) and cancelled with mute obliterator with small "MANILA 31 JUL 81" and "ESSLINGEN BAHNHOF 18 SEP" cds's alongside.
    Starting bid : 150 CHF
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    Lot# : 37 Philippines

    Filipino Revolutionary Government 1898 / Overprints for La Union Provisionals: 1898, Assembly of 126 different overprinted unused stamps mounted on three sheets. These stamps are amongst the rarest and least known of the Philippine postage stamps. Between 1 May and September 1898, local Filipino revolutionary forces seized control of the municipal and provincial governments in many parts of the Islands. On 1 June 1898 local officials facing a shortage of available stamps, signed a decree permitting the overprinting of the Spanish Stamps still available. Due to the very limited number of stamps available for overprinting, the decree provided for any available supplies of paper to also be used. Five types of surcharge are known.rnThe Count Ferrari collection (1917/1922) contained the original copy of the resolution of the Municipal Council of San Fernando authorizing the issue of the stamps together with 132 loose stamps and four covers. The Ferrari collection returned to Manila with Don Enrique Zobel who kept the resolution and the four covers, but sold parts of the loose stamps to Carlos Young and Don Jesus Cacho. During the burning of manila in 1945, the collections of both Young and Zobel were destroyed. The whereabout of the Don Jesus Cacho collection of loose stamps is unknown. One cover is known to exist with four stamps (Tows collection, sold at public auction in New York, Nov. 1948) shipped  in August 1898 by French Paquet Boat to France. rnFor further details on La Union Provisional Overprints see www.babyhead.topicalphilippines.com from which the information given above was taken.rn 
    Starting bid : 5,000 CHF
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    Lot# : 38 Quatar

    1961/85ca: Lot hundreds stamps unused, partially in multitude, incl. 1961 definitives up to 10 r. in blocks of eight, 1966 Pan arab games imperf. or International Co-operation in compl. sheets (8). Mi = € 5'000+ following the consignor.
    Starting bid : 800 CHF
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    Lot# : 38A Saudi Arabia

    1907 (Aug 19): Turkey 20 pa. red postal stationery card, used example cancelled by circular "EL-ULLA MEVKIFI POSTA SUBESI" negative seal handstamp struck in blue (Uexkull fig. 130) on the occasion of the completion of the Hejaz Railway to El-Ula. Card probably not sent but a very fine strike of this great rarity with just a handful recorded.
    Starting bid : 1,500 CHF
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    Lot# : 39A Saudi Arabia

    1935: Covers (2) both mailed to Italy, earlier cover mailed with 1934 3½ g. new blue tied by RYAD cds with TAIF transit on front and further transits of Mecque and Djeddah on reverse; second cover with 1934 3½ g. new blue and 1934 Charity Tax ½ g. scarlet tied by MECQUE cds with Djeddah transit and arrivals verso.
    Starting bid : 100 CHF
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    Lot# : 39 Saudi Arabia

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    Catalogue# : 235
    1914: Turkey 1 pi. blue, a used block of four with centrally struck bilingual DJEDDAH cds in black. Scarce so fine.
    Starting bid : 100 CHF
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    Lot# : 40 Syria

    1838/42: Entire letters (2) with earlier entire from Constantinople to Genova with "Netto e Fuori et di Dentro" cachet applied in Semlin and mailed via Milan, 1842 entire letter to Syros with DARDANELLES / (TURQUIE) cds in black, the datestamp showing 'NOV' month inverted; disinfected with slits and charged 70 lepta to pay.
    Starting bid : 100 CHF
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    Lot# : 41 Syria

    1867: Cover to Aleppo, Syria franked by Great Britain 1865 6 d. lilac pl. 5 tied by Manchester 498 obliterator in black. Carried by French Steamer and struck with two line POSTE FRANCAISE / D'ALEP in blue on arrival. The adhesive defective but a very scarce usage.
    Starting bid : 100 CHF
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    Lot# : 42 Thailand

    1939 (June 17): Red Cross Fund, all three ovpt. values used on two postcards from Bangkok to Bodenbach, Sudeten, then part of the Germany. An appealing duo.
    Starting bid : 350 CHF
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    Lot# : 43 Libanon

    1865: Cover from Beirut to Tolland, CT, USA franked on departure with USA 1861 3 c. dull rose cancelled by pen stroke, mailed at the French P.O. in Beirut (May 18) at double rate with 1862 80 c. carmine (4) tied by "5082" gros chiffres in black. Paris cds on reverse (May 26) and carried on the Cunard Steamer 'Africa' with BOSTON BR PKT / PAID in red (June 2) on front and US '6' cents credit mark in red - the 3 c. adhesive was not taken into consideration. Small faults but a scarce and attractive cover.
    Starting bid : 250 CHF
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    Lot# : 44 Libanon

    1865: Cover from Beirut to Tolland, CT, USA franked on departure with USA 1861 3 c. dull rose cancelled by pen stroke, mailed at the French P.O. in Beirut (Aug 3) and treated as fully unpaid. Carried on the Cunard Steamer 'Africa' with BOSTON 21 / OR 29 IN US NOTES depreciated currency datestamp of transit (Aug 31) with framed "Br. Service" handstamp in red alongside. Small faults but a most unusual and rare cover.
    Starting bid : 200 CHF
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    Lot# : 45 USA

    1919: Cover to Paramaribo, Suriname mailed by Clrence Hennan, franked by 1913/19 Washington 1 c. green in a strip of three vastly mis-perforated vertically, together with 2 c. rose, also vastly mis-perforated vertically, tiewd by Chicago duplexes (March 17) with Paramaribo arrival on reverse. Unusual: the sender formed some of the finest ever Dominican Republic, Haiti and Salvador collections.
    Starting bid : 120 CHF
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    Lot# : 46 USA

    1945 (Apr. 25): 'TOWARDS UNITED NATIONS' commemorative stamp, first day usage on envelope with corner card no. 3 of the United Nations Conference on International Organization, sent by the Dutch delegate to Washington. This UN Conference on International Organization opened in San Francisco, 25 April 1945, attended by 50 governments. The UN officially came into existence 24 October 1945, upon ratification of the Charter by the five permanent members of the Security Council France, the Republic of China, the Soviet Union, the UK and the US and by a majority of the other 46 signatories. A very rare item.
    Starting bid : 300 CHF
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    Lot# : 47 USA

    1881: A correspondence of entire letters (18) from New York to Basel, Switzerland each cover with manuscript Ship endorsements at upper left, with 1875/79 Taylor 5 c. blue usages with three single frankings and a cover with a pair; Banknote 10 c. brown covers with single frankings (13) and one cover bearing a pair cancelled "N.Y / Supplementary / Paid"; all in the foremost quality.
    Starting bid : 200 CHF
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    Lot# : 48 USA

    Postal Telegraph Co., New York 1885: Hamilton Bank Note Co. Die Proofs (2) in sunken card with the 50 c. value engraved in black and in dull ultramarine, each with Hamilton imprints, Die Proofs of the 10 c. and 15 c. values printed in red on card each optd. SPECIMEN diagonally in blue, 25 c. and 50 c. values printed in red on card each optd. SPECIMEN diagonally in blue, handstamped imprint marginal block of eight of the 10 c. deep green unused, 15 c. orange-red in an imprint marginal block of eight unused, unissued 50 c. black in a handstamped imprint marginal block of twelve unused. A choice and most interesting collection.rnProvenance: Proofs collections Brazer & Joyce.
    Starting bid : 400 CHF
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    Lot# : 49 USA

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    Confederate States Postmaster's Provisional 1861: Mobile, Alabama 5 c. blue, a fine example in a bright shade with clear to good margins all round, tied to USA 1860/61 watermarked 3 c. red postal stationery envelope by MOBILE / ALA datestamps (July 22, 1861) in black, the envelope endorsed 'Adams Exp. Paid 35 cts' in manuscript ink at upper left and '2/-' alongside at right; reverse with oval ADAMS EXPRESS COMPANY / GRANT BROTHERS / WESTERN & SOUTHERN / EXPRESS FORWARDERS / NEW YORK applied on original despatch in blue: somewhat embellished on restored backflap. The cover would have travelled direct by boat and would have been forwarded by the Adam's Express agent in Mobile. Despite imperfections a charming and extremely rare usage. Cert. Philatelic Foundation (2018) Scott = $ 6'000.rnrnProvenance: Mason (1940).rnrnNote: The Adams Express Co. eventually became the modern American Express. The First Battle of Bull Run / First Manassas was foughtrnthe day before this cover was mailed in Mobile.
    Starting bid : 2,000 CHF
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    Lot# : 50 Philippines

    1906: Philippines Special Delivery Stamp 20 c. deep ultramarine with ovpt. 'Specimen' in black.
    Starting bid : 200 CHF
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    Lot# : 51 USA

    1902/18; A very interesting selection with 118 picture postcards black and white or in colour, some of them being real photographs, topics represented among others are landscapes, rural life, buildings, military presence, street life etc., in addition eleven common postcards, nearly all items addressed to Neftenbach in Switzerland, housed in a small box.
    Starting bid : 200 CHF
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    Lot# : 52 Argentina

    1835 (Aug 25): Entire letter from Jujuy to Cuzco rated '3½' reales and deleted to '4' reales in manuscript, struck with superb JVJVY straight line handstamp in red. Reverse with deleted League notations (?) with 138, 164 and eventual undeleted '423' in manuscript. Unusual entire.
    Starting bid : 150 CHF
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    Lot# : 53 Argentina

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    1876 (Jan.13): American Banknote Co. "Manuel Belgrano" 10 cv. green perf. 12 on white wove paper diag. bisect locally used as 5 cv. tied by pen cross to lettersheet from Las Canas to Corral de Mulas. Due the shortage of 5 cv. stamps, the use of bisected 10 cv stamps had been authorized and usages from larger Post Offices had been recorded from late 1869 until 1875. To date there are seven usages known, the hereby offered cover is not listed. Only existing letter with bisected 1867/68 10 c. circulated in a single province (generally extremely rare in this period). See article in Revista F.A.E.F. No.106 / 2004, certs. APS (1998) and Sismondo (2002).
    Starting bid : 2,000 CHF
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    Lot# : 54 Argentina

    1902 (Oct. 26): Commemorative issue 'Completion of the Port Facilities at Rosario', a specialized one-frame Exhibit collection depicting the traditional philately and postal history aspects of this particular issue produced by the South American Bank Note Company, which could be used only at the day of issue; including the decree dealing with the issue of this stamp, the features of its design, single colour proofs on diff. papers and cardboards, fakes of these marked as such, compl. sheet proof, the final stamp with diff. line perforations, orientation of the 'Sun' watermark, plate error '6' instead of '5', partial or completely missing perforation, regular uses on Oct 26 within Argentina, incl. the largest known franking of 50 examples and mixed frankings with other issues, delayed but not taxed inland usage, two forbidden usages after day of validity, one accepted abroad to Germany with very rare 16 c. on cover and letter card taxed for being franked with tewo invalid 5 c., as the stamp was not accepted by the UPU, the cover to Paris surprisingly not taxed. An impressive collection of this interesting issue.
    Starting bid : 2,000 CHF
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    Lot# : 55 Argentina

    1910/38: Specialised Collection with 200 stamps in unused condition incl. 1910 centenary of the revolution issue with colour shades, paper differences and stamps without 'Sun' watermark, 1930 Spirit of Revolution issue with shades, offsets, plate flaws and perforation errors, 1931 1st anniversary ovpts., 1933 La Plata with shades and plate flaws, 1938 Sarmiento issue with plate flaws, the first Airmail stamps 1928, the complete set of 19 showing shades, offsets and differences in the paper used, 1930 Zeppelin First Flight issue with black opt. with very rare inverted ovpts, with green opt. up to the rare 1.80 p. stamp, 1931 First Anniversary of the revolution Airmail set. Mounted on leaves, a well written up collection including five covers.
    Starting bid : 500 CHF
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    Lot# : 56 Argentina

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    Cordoba 1858: 5 c. blue on horizontally laid paper, a used example unfortunately touched on three sides but with large margin at right cancelled in manuscript (opinion Maria Brettl) and a very fine used example with frame lines at top and at right, tied to 1864 entire letter by manuscript pen-cross in blue-black ink. A fine example of this rare usage but in the opinion of Maria Brettl and ourselves, the genuine stamp probably does not belong to the cover.
    Starting bid : 200 CHF
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    Lot# : 57 Corrientes

    1864: (2 c.) black on blue-green, Type 1, clear to good margins all round, used on cover from 1866 cover from Corrientes to Bella Vista, tied by dotted obliterator with CORREOS DE CORRIENTES datestamp at right (June 8) in black. A scarce stamp on letter. Cert. M. Brettl (1996) Scott = $ 750.
    Starting bid : 100 CHF
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    Lot# : 58 Argentina

    Tierra del Fuego 1891: Julio Popper's private mail stamp issue 10 c. rose red in an unused block of 12, positions 65-88 in the sheet of 100 subjects with pos. 68 showing a retouch to the area around the 'E' of 'FUEGO', eight stamps with hinges, four stamps in unmounted og condition. In addition a used example cancelled by "SAN SEBASTIAN 2 ABR 92" cds. Opinion Moorhouse (2013) given in an e-mail correspondence.
    Starting bid : 150 CHF
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    Lot# : 59 Argentina

    Tierra Del Fuego 1891 (Jan): 10 c. carmine-rose, perf. 11½, printed by Juan H. Kidd & Co. of Buenos Aires for Julius Popper (the 'P' on the stamp stands for Popper), priced at 10 centigrammes of gold dust each. Kidd imprint at top, sheet requisition number at lower right in black "038", some minor splitting but generally fresh and fine, large part or unmounted og., sold together with an exceptionally rare used example (position 10) cancelled by large part "San Sebastian" datestamp in black Gi = £ 2'500+.
    Starting bid : 400 CHF
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    Lot# : 60 Argentina

    1876/82: Specialised Collection hundreds stamps unused of the diff. 'Numeral' definitive issues showing the large range of different papers in use, with fluorescence and phoshorescence, rare so called neutro paper, shades, printing errors, shifted perforations, glued web of paper, in addition 15 covers. 
    Starting bid : 500 CHF
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    Lot# : 61 Argentina

    1858/2012: Fine collection in six volumes with better sets and values, starting with 1859 'Liberty Head' 1 p. blue (3) and 1862 1 p. rose used, 1860 Corrientes, 1858/60 Confederation unused/used with some fine 'FRANCA'-cancellations, Republic 'Escuditos' used/unused (14) with variety narrow 'C' on 5 c rose, imperf. 1864 Rivadavia issues (11) with  three unwmk. copies signed K(neitschel) plus 1867 perf. issues (11) with  5 c. used on cover, small study of 1867/73 American Banknote issue with some specialities and five covers, 1892 'Santa Maria' 2 c. light blue in div. shades and on two covers, 1892/95 with some usefull duplication, 1901 compl. set of 'Feliz Ano' Greeting envelopes (9), 1917 San Martin to 20 p., 1921 1st Panamerican Postal Congress set in unused blocks of four, 1925 San Martin in Gutter blocks of four, 1930 Revolution set to 50 p. unused, further officials with departmental overprints together with later issues from 1961 onwards, all in unused mint unused condition.Viewing recommended.
    Starting bid : 2,000 CHF
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    Lot# : 62 Bolivia

    1867/99: Lot 16 unused stamps incl. 1867/68 Eagle issues and 1899 "E.F. 1899" ovpts on 1894 definitives, also the two values of 50 c. claret and 100 c. brown rose ovpt. later on in Brazil.
    Starting bid : 250 CHF
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    Lot# : 63 Brasil

    1818 (Aug 29): Entire letter from Rio de Janeiro to Macerata via Lisbon and Rome, with reverse showing manuscript Forwarding Agent's notation "Oggi ricevuta d'encaminata del suo servitasa D. Francisco Lignago - Lisbona 25 Nbre. 1818" and consequently mailed with framed LISBOA handstamp on obverse in black. Reverse with two line dated MACERATA / 23 DIC. arrival with charge to pay of '187' altered from initial '85' bajocchi. Early and rare.
    Starting bid : 500 CHF
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    Lot# : 64 Brasil

    1819 (Sept 10): Long entire religious letter from Monte Santo to Rio de Janeiro endorsed "Lisbona per Rio Janeiro", struck with fine framed RECANATI handstamp in red (Macerata), disinfected with two slits on face panel, presumably on arrival in Lisbon by ship from Ancona or Rome; "720" (reis) due marking at upper right in manuscript. An extremely unusual and rare early usage to Brazil from Italy and in remarkably fine quality.
    Starting bid : 300 CHF
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    Lot# : 65 Brasil

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    1843 (July 27): Entire letter from Sao Paulo to Rio de Janeiro using the pre-philatelic rate with manuscript "50" reis to pay at top, struck with superb strike of circular CORREIO GERAL DE S. PAULO datestamp in blue (July 30), two days prior to the Bullseye issue. Full docketing of receipt inside (August 4). Flap faults on reverse but a rare and most unusual entire. Cert. Moorhouse (2013).rnrnProvenance: Collection Luis Alemany Indarte, Corinphila sale 181, June 2013, lot 5.
    Starting bid : 200 CHF
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    Lot# : 66 Brasil

    1852: Two covers from Rio de Janeiro with British steamers to Porto, showing on reverse RIO JANEIRO despatch and LISBOA or TRANSATLANTICO arrival datestamps, on front oval "LEY de 20/4 50 15 Rs" in red and Portuguese taxations, one cover shows in addition the blue "P. BRITo" handstamp for incoming mail from the United Kingdom, both entires show disinfection slits.
    Starting bid : 200 CHF
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    Lot# : 67 Brasil

    1843 (Aug 1): 30 reis black, Early Impression in a deep shade, from First Composite plate, State A, position 6 on greyish paper; a fine used example showing the outer frame lines at top and at right and part of adjoining stamp at base, tied to large part piece by circular CORREIO DE MARANHAO datestamp (December 1, 1843) well struck in red (Ayres fig. 1615). A scarce and particularly fine stamp.rnrnProvenance: Collection Dr. Hugo Goeggel, Corinphila sale 183, Sept 2013, lot 3349.
    Starting bid : 250 CHF
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    Lot# : 68 Brasil

    1843: Bullseye 30 r. grey-black, intermediate impression, a fine used example with good even margins all round, cancelled by "Correio Geral da Corte" datestamp in black (26.3.1844) Scott = $ 500.
    Starting bid : 180 CHF
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    Lot# : 69 Brasil

    1843: 30 r. black and 90 r. black, Fine Impressions, each hinged to individual piece and tied by CORREIO GERAL DA CORTE datestamp (22.7.1844) in black. The 30 r. with imperfections in top margin and horizontal crease but an attractive piece.
    Starting bid : 200 CHF
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    Lot# : 70 Brasil

    1843: 60 reis black, Early Impression, a superb used corner marginal example from the First Large Plate, State A, position 1, showing the horizontal and vertical marginal lines at top and at left, tiny thin not detracting, cancelled by manuscript line and CIDADE DE CAMPOS oval handstamp in black (Ayres 1256). Scarce.rnrnProvenance: Collection Dr. Hugo Goeggel, Corinphila sale 183, Sept 2013, lot 3327.
    Starting bid : 200 CHF
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    Lot# : 71 Brasil

    1843: Bullseye 60 r. grey-black, intermediate impression, a fine used example with large margins all round and showing two horizontal framelines at base, cancelled by unframed "Correio Geral da Corte" datestamp in black (1844). Slight repair and tiny pinhole but a most attractive positional piece Scott = $ 275+.
    Starting bid : 150 CHF
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    Lot# : 72 Brasil

    1843: 60 reis grey-black, Intermediate Impression, a superb used corner marginal example from the First Large Plate, State A, position 6, showing the horizontal and vertical marginal lines at top and at right, light corner creases in margin only, cancelled by "Correio Geral Da Corte" datestamp in black.rnrnProvenance: Collection Dr. Hugo Goeggel, Corinphila sale 183, Sept 2013, lot 3326.
    Starting bid : 150 CHF
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    Lot# : 73 Brasil

    1884/85: 100 r. lilac, Type III, used examples on individual covers (3) with 1888 cover (and full contents) to Drammen, Norway, tied by bold 'Rio de Janeiro' cds (July 2) in black; 1886 cover from Rio Grande to Ribe, Denmark, and 1888 cover via Maranhao to USA. Cover imperfections but the Scandinavia destinations are most uncommon.
    Starting bid : 200 CHF
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    Lot# : 74 Brasil

    1890/91: Southern Cross 1000 r. bistre, a single example used on 300 r. black postal stationery envelope sent registered / AR to Colchester, England tied by MACEIO / ALAGOAS cds (March 12, 1895) in black. Framed 'A.R.' at left and registration cachet, reverse with Colchester arrival cds (April 9). Slightly buckled at left but an extremely rare stamp on letter.
    Starting bid : 150 CHF
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    Lot# : 75 Brasil

    1925: 200 r. red embossed postal stationery letter-card with 'Hotel Gloria' advertising at top and internal advertisements for 'Chrysler Six' garage and reverse with sepia illustration of 'Senado Federal, Rio de Janeiro', fresh and fine unused. Rare (RHM CBH-04).
    Starting bid : 200 CHF
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    Lot# : 76 Brasil

    1927: 200 r. red embossed postal stationery letter-card with 'Caxambú' advertising at top and internal advertisements for ''Antalgina' and reverse with sepia illustration of 'Avenida Rio Branco, Rio de Janeiro', slight break in top perfs. otherwise fresh and fine unused. Rare (RHM CBH-09).
    Starting bid : 150 CHF
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    Lot# : 77 Brasil

    1933 (Nov 15): 100r. violet postal stationery cards, with illustrated views of Rio de Janeiro, the complete set of 20 cards, all fresh and fine unused. A scarce and most attractive set (RHM BP-84/BP-103).
    Starting bid : 175 CHF
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    Lot# : 78 Brasil

    1843/1985: Interesting collection thousands stamps used/unused incl. Bullseye fine impression 60 r. two unused, two used, worn impression 30 r., 60 r. (2) and 90 r. (2), all used, Inclinados up to 600 r. used on thin greyish paper, Verticais up to 600 r. with vert. marginal strip of seven of the 30 r., Coloridos up to 430 r. used/unused, Verticais perf., Dom Pedro in multitude with cancellation interest, 1884 Numeral design up to 1'000 r., 1932 Zeppelin, also some covers, 1930s commemorative issues as imperf. proofs, in addition postage due, telegraph stamps, Condor, VARIG, ETA & Luftschiffbau Zeppelin private Airmail stamps, as well as revenues. A very attractive collection in four albums with overall fine and fresh examples included, the early issues collected specialised for different printings, papers, shades, cancellation interest included, lot contains also a large selection of primarily unused postal stationery and some covers, also prephilatelic and stampless.
    Starting bid : 2,500 CHF
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    Lot# : 79 Chile

    1855: 2nd Perkins Bacon 5 c. red-brown on blued, four examples used on 1857 entire letter from Santiago to Valparaiso, three stamps with four margins, the fourth imperceptibly touched at top, all tied by target handstamps in black with 'Santiago / Chile' cds in red alongside (Feb 25). A fresh and fine entire in exceptional quality for a multiple franking of this issue.rnrn 
    Starting bid : 200 CHF
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    Lot# : 80 Colombia

    New Granada 1861: 10 c. blue, an unused example of good colour, ample to large margins all round, slightest of internal bends not affecting the appearance of a very scarce stamp, unused without gum Gi 13 = £ 700/Scott = $ 1'250.
    Starting bid : 250 CHF
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    Lot# : 81 Colombia

    1840/1940ca: Lot 50 covers/postcards incl. early shipmail letters such as Guyara Panama to London, stationery postal cards unused and used primarily to Europe, and Servicio Postal Fluvial envelopes unused.
    Starting bid : 100 CHF
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    Lot# : 82 Colombia

    1859/81: Collection hundreds stamps used/unused incl. Grenadine Confederation 1859/60 collected spezialized for shades and papers, United States of New Granada Lithography, fresh and fine examples with cancellation interest such as Honda Franca or handwritten Popayan, United States of Colombia Lithography, a good selection of shades, better papers, varieties such as "full stop after 10" (cent.) or "small 5" and cancellations, also handwritten cancellations of Popayan and Espinal, the 50 c. green in a lower marginal strip of three, 1865 Sobreporte issue, registration stamps, one with blue Medellin oval handstamp, 1866 Arms up to 10 p.  black on red, 1868 up to 1 p. again in multitude showing diff. shades and appealing cancellation such as Colon, 1870/74 definitives with 10 c. violet on laid paper, unissued stamps, 1876 20 c. blue in a block of 16 with handwritten cancellation 'Chiguinquira', 1881 registration stamp, in addition local issues and civil war issue Cauca 1894, selection of value letter stamps. A solid and attractive collection, mounted on sheets and well written up.
    Starting bid : 1,500 CHF
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    Lot# : 83 Colombia

    1918: Knox Martin First Flight Barranquilla-Puerto Colombia 2 c. carmine, a used example, position 3, tied to small piece by two strikes of "Barranquilla" datestamp in brown (June 18) and by Puerto Colombia arrival cds. Slightly aged but very scarce, without the usual trimmed perforations Gi 379 = £ 2'250/Scott = $ 1'700.
    Starting bid : 350 CHF
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    Lot# : 84 Colombia

    1920 (Feb): Multicolores 10 c. "Clouds & Small Biplane", an unused example with large margins all round, slight colour loss at top of design otherwise fine. A scarce stamp Scott = $ 3'800.
    Starting bid : 400 CHF
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    Lot# : 85 Scadta Colombia

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    1920 (March 4):10 c. multicoloured imperforate Curtiss label "Tilted plane viewed close-up from above" in brilliant shade cancelled by oval "Compania Colombiana Navigacion Aerea Agencia Barranquilla" together with additional franking 2 c. carmine plus 20 c. black in an horizontal pair with red ovpt. "Especie Provisional 0.001/2" and tied by oval "Correos Aereos Baranquilla" to envelope to Cartagena with arrival mark on reverse. Fine and scarce usage. Cert. Philatelic Foundation (2002) Scott C4 = US$ 1'875 off cover.rnProvenance: Collection Gebauer, 136. Auction (2003), Lot 17.rn 
    Starting bid : 1,500 CHF
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    Lot# : 86 Scadta Colombia

    1920 (March 4): 10 c. multicoloured imperforate Curtiss label "Flier in plane watching Biplane" cancelled by "CCNA / Barranquilla" oval cachet in violet on cover of the Second C.C.N.A flight from Barranquilla to Cartagena, franked with postage 3 c. on 10 c. violet tied by oval "Correo Aereos / Barranquilla" datestamp in violet and Barranquilla datestamp on reverse in blue. Cover opened on three sides for display, nevertheless in fine condition (many of the Banfi covers were over-franked and this is not) and very scarce with only 6 covers recorded bearing this vignette of this flight. Illustrated in Edition d'Or  XXXVI on p. 50 Muller #4. Scott= $ 1'875 off cover.rnProvenance: Collection Dr. Hugo Goeggel, 188. Auction (May 2014), Lot 4193.rn 
    Starting bid : 2,000 CHF
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    Lot# : 87 Colombia

    1920 (Feb): Multicolores 10 c. "Condor on Cliff", an unused example with typical close margin at left, small nick at top and minor bends but a fair example of a very rare stamp Scott = $ 6'000.
    Starting bid : 250 CHF
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    Lot# : 88 Colombia

    1921: Cover flown from Barranquilla to Bogotá franked on front with 1920 3 c. red on yellow strip of three and reverse with Scadta 1921 30 c. rose strip of three, sadly truncated at right on opening of the cover, all tied by four line 'SOCIEDAD COLOMBO ALEMANA / DE / TRANSPORTES AEREOS / (Compania Anonima)' cachets in violet.
    Starting bid : 150 CHF
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    Lot# : 89 Colombia

    1920/21: Scadta lithograpahed 10 c. yellow, 15 c. blue, 30 c. black on rose, 30 c. rose and 50 c. pale green, the set of five values all in unused blocks of four, the 15 c. blue with minor marginal bend and the 30 c. black on rose with one or two rusted perfs. on reverse, but a very scarce set in multiples Scott = $ 1'100+.
    Starting bid : 250 CHF
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    Lot# : 90 Colombia

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    1921/22: Scadta "30 cent." on lithographed 10 c. yellow, handstamped surcharge in violet, an unused example centred to base, minor gum bends as usual, large part og. A rare stamp. Cert. H. Köhler (1939) Scott = $ 850.rnNote: The certificate, by Heinrich Köhler, is dated four days prior to the beginning of the Second World War and is made out to the famous aircraft designer Professor Ernst Heinkel.
    Starting bid : 200 CHF
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    Lot# : 91 Colombia

    1920: Scadta Collection, from March 1920 10 c. green (2) unused, and the brown-red irregularly issued series (incl. the Yvert listed "0-20" and "0-30" type written surcharge values unused (3, all signed Champion), 1920/21 lithographed set of five unused (Scott C12/16), 30 c. black on rose and 50 c. green each signed "G. Meija" in red ink, rare VALOR 10 CENTAVOS on litho 50 c. green unused (signed) and 30 c. on 50 c. used (cert. PF), $ 0.30 c. on 50 c. used (signed), "30 cent." in violet on litho 10 c. yellow used, 1921 set to 5 p. green unused and a block of four 3 p. violet, 1923 30 c. on 60 c. in an unused block of four, 1923 set unused, Consular Overprints with rare handstamped "A" (Alemania) unused (3 p. and 5 p. with PF certs), machine optd. 'A' set, further sets for Belgium, Bolivia, France, Italy, Panama, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland and USA; further handstamped part sets, GB with $ 3.50 c. mixed franaking registered cover, 1929 sets of 13 and of 12 unused etc. A splendid and appealing collection.
    Starting bid : 2,500 CHF
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    Lot# : 92 Colombia

    1921/23: Consular "A" surcharge (Alemania) on 50 c. blue, an unused example with variety "Surcharge Double", fresh and fine, superb og. A very rare stamp. Signed A. Rendon
    Starting bid : 150 CHF
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    Lot# : 93 Ecuador

    British P.O. 1854 (Oct 10): Entire letter from Guayaquil to Lima struck with fair undated GUAYAQUIL / PAID circular handstamp in red, reverse with British P.O. GUAYAQUIL datestamp in black (Oct 11). Carried on the PSNC Steamer 'Bogota' to Lima with blue arrival on reverse.
    Starting bid : 180 CHF
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    Lot# : 94 Ecuador

    British Post Offices 1871: Entire letter from Guayaquil to New York franked by Great Britain 1867 6 d. mauve pl. 9 tied by bold "C41" obliterator in black. Reverse with double ring GUAYAQUIL despatch cds (Sept 25) and front with PANAMA cds and 'N.Y.STEAMSHIP / 10' due marking of arrival (Oct 13). The adhesive crossed by minor file fold but a scarce and attractive entire.
    Starting bid : 300 CHF
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    Lot# : 95 Ecuador

    1870 (Oct 25): Entire letter sent during the Franco-Prussian War from Guayaquil to besieged Paris mailed at the French Postal Agency with sender's cachet 'Poudavigne & Co / Guayaquil / 25 Oct 1870' and rare "GUAYAQUIL" circular datestamp of the same day adjacent without the usual 'Franca' at base. The entire (an "entrée tentative") is internally docketed as being answered on March 6, 1871. Rare and most unusual.
    Starting bid : 250 CHF
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    Lot# : 96 Ecuador

    1830/65c.: Wrappers/Judicial fronts of covers (15) all with a fine array of pre-philatelic handstamps incl. 12½ ounce rate cover to Guaranda at 37½ reales struck with two fine RIOBAMBA / DEBE in red, further strikes of LATACUNGA / DEBE and LATACUNGA / FRANCA, OTAVALO / FRANCA (2) in red, YBARRA / DE OFICIO in red, oval framaed BOLIVAR / DEBE in blue, commissioner of Police documents with "Eye" handstamps in black (Otavalo) and in red (Pujili); cloth wrapper at 45 reales rate with AMBATO / FRANCA in red, oval QUITO / FRANCA in red and 'De Oficio' markings from Guaranda, Riobamba.
    Starting bid : 175 CHF
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    Lot# : 97 Ecuador

    1865/72: Range of first issues with ½ r. blue, various printings (11 stamps) with a variety of cancels incl. two early usages incl. scarce 'Montecristi' cds (Jan 1866), Ambato cds (Feb, 1866), one cancelled IBARRA in red (Nov 1871), another with dotted '3154' in red, usages from Otavalo and Latacunga and an unused paur on blued paper; 1 r. green with two used examples and 1 r. yellow / buff with four pairs used with dotted 'Franca', 'Guayaquil / Franca' in blue and in red; and fine strike of Pelileo 'wheel' handstamp in black etc. A charming group (22 items).
    Starting bid : 250 CHF
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