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Worldwide Rarities - The ERIVAN Collection - 2nd Auction
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  • Lot# : 7003 Dt. Reich

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    Catalogue# : P1+18
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    1873: Ganzsachenkarte ½ Gr. braun mit Zusatzfrankatur Grosser Schild ½ Gr. orange, die Freimarke entw. mit schwarzem "BERLIN P.E. 38 / 21 8 74 3-4N." und zusätzlich mit rotem "NEW YORK PAID ALL SEP 5", versandt mit Leitvermerk "Via Bremen" nach New York. Die ½ Gr. - Marke ist farbfr., gut geprägt und vorab gut gez. (links zwei kürzere Zähne), die Ganzsache hat keine Randfehler, korrekter Tarif im Postvertrag vom Dezember 1873 mit den USA, eine seltene Verwendung, Attest Krug BPP (2021).
    Starting bid : 250 CHF
    Hammer price : not sold

    Lot# : 7004 Dt. Reich

    Deutsche Südpolar-Expeditionen 1911: German South Polar Expedition, postal stationery card with Uruguay 1910 2c. orange red affixed overtop of indicia, red "Deutsche Südpolar Expedition" vignette affixed beside, jointly tied by partial Uruguayan c.d.s., message on reverse datelined Buenos Aries (4 October) and signed by expedition doctor D.L. (Ludwig) Kohl,  to the Hotel Feldberger, Station Titisee, Bad Schwarzwald, Germany, a lovely and scarce card.
    Starting bid : 300 CHF
    Hammer price : 700 CHF

    Lot# : 7005 Dt. Reich

    1913: German South Polar Expedition, Sudpolarschiff "Deutschland" postcard, handstamped "Deutsche antarktische Expedition", franked with Falkland Islands 1912 2 1/2d. deep bright blue, tied by South Georgia c.d.s. (16 Mar), red "Deutsche Sudpolar Expedition" vignette tied by blue oval "Oficina Meteorologica / Argentina" Coat of Arms handstamp, blue two-line "Tierras Argentinas Australes / Estacion ORCADAS" below, signed by expedition navigator Alfred Kling, an exceptional and rare card.
    Starting bid : 500 CHF
    Hammer price : 950 CHF

    Lot# : 7006 Dt. Reich

    Unfortunately this lot was withdrawn from this auction.

    Lot# : 7007 Dt. Reich

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    1938: Hans Betram "Round the World" flight, originating in Germany, franked with further adhesives of Iraq, Iran, India, Indo-China, Burma, Thailand, Hong Kong, and the United States, appropriately postmarked, with handstamped cachets of Air France and United Airlines, further backstamped with Pan-Am "Mailed at Wake Island" and "Mailed at Midway Islands" handstamps, amongst a range of other markings, front with manuscript notations as to the proposed route starting via Baghdad and ultimately returning to Berlin, signed by Bertram below, inside envelope a small piece with signature of another aviator, Henry Kiel, a few stains to front, but a scarce and striking cover from this famed flight. Cert. Horst Aisslinger.
    Starting bid : 300 CHF
    Hammer price : 2,400 CHF
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