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Afghanistan

Scott 2012 Start price

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1871 (Dated 1288): 1 sanar black, Plate B, the mint example from position 8 on the sheet of

15 subjects, large margins all round, a fine and rare stamp. (Photo = 1 3) 5 (*) 850 (€ 705)

1871 (Dated 1288): 1 sanar black, Plate C, the mint vertical pair, positions 2-5 on the

composite sheet of 15 subjects, a late state of the Plate with retouched white surround below

Tiger's head very clear. A fine and scarce pair. Signed Todd AIEP. (Photo = 1 3) 6 (*) 350 (€ 290)

1871 (Dated 1288): 1 sanar black, Plate C, the mint vertical strip of five showing all the

types from the composite sheet of 15 subjects, positions 2-5-8-11-14. Central crease of no

significance on a very fresh, fine and rare multiple. Signed Todd AIEP. (Photo = 1 3) 6 (*) 1'000 (€ 830)

1871/72 (Dated 1288): 1 abasi black on medium laid paper, a fine mint vertical strip of three

from composite Plate C, positions 7/10/13, with part watermark, fresh and fine with large

margins all round. Scarce Gi = £ 250+. (Photo = 1 3) 8 (*) 150 (€ 125)

1871 (Dated 1288): 1 abasi black, Plate D, position 13, a fine unused example with large

margins, clearly showing "AS" from "Lascellas" watermark. Rare thus. (Photo = 1 3) 9 (*) 150 (€ 125)

1873/74 (Dated 1290): 1 shahi black, Plate B, a superb used horizontal pair, positions 11-

12, cancelled by red ink smear and by corner bites, used on cover mailed from Peshawar to

Khulm. A rare multiple on letter and most attractive. (Photo = 1 3) 13 6 320 (€ 265)

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1873/74 (Dated 1290): 1 shahi black, a superb used vertical strip of four, Plate B, positions

13-19-25-31, cancelled by bites and red ink smear used on reverse only of cover from

Peshawar to Khulm. An attractive and rare double rate franking. 13 (6) 1'000 (€ 830)

1874/75 (Dated 1291): 1 rupee black on medium laid paper, the fresh and fine unused

vertical strip of five, positions 3-6-9-12-15 on the composite sheet of 15 subjects. Slightest

of diagonal bends away from design on position 15 but otherwise superb. A rare multiple.

Cert. Todd AIEP (2011). (Photo = 1 3) 17 (*) 600 (€ 500)

1874/75 (Dated 1291): 1 rupee black, position 12 on the composite sheet of 15 subjects,

used on reverse of cover (with contents) from Peshawar to Khulm, cancelled by red ink

smear and by corner bite. Usual ageing but a generally fine and scarce cover. (Photo = 1 3) 17 6 300 (€ 250)


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9 / CHF 300

6 / CHF 320

5 / CHF 150

8 / CHF 600

2 / CHF 350

4 / CHF 150

3 / CHF 1'000


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177 Corinphila Auction · 26 February - 1 March 2013

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Scene from the Afghan war

Scott 2012 Start price

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2nd Afghan War 1880 (March 26): 1½ anna postal stationery card up-rated with further

India ½ a. blue written from Gandamak and mailed to Dublin, Ireland; cancelled by clear

strike of "F. No. 16" eight bar handstamp (recorded but not seen by Proud, and dated five

months before the supposed example). Clear GANDAMAK datestamp at left and Bombay

transit (April 3) alongside. Interesting content "No news from the Regiment since they went

to Jagdallak but there is every possibility of their returning as the Forces have again been

redistributed and we are to form a portion of the Safed Sang permanent Garrison during the

hot weather with detachments at Rezabad and Fort Battaye...". Unique and rare usage. 6 2'000 (€ 1'660)

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2nd Afghan War 1880 (March 31): 1½ anna postal stationery card up-rated with further

India ½ a. blue written from Pezwan and mailed to Dublin, Ireland; cancelled by clear strike

of "F. No. 13" eight bar obliterator (Proud K1) with extremely rare circular "FIELD P.O.

No. 13" (Proud D2, earliest recorded usage) alongside (April 1). Bombay transit (April 9)

alongside. Interesting content regarding a night attack "a number of shots were fired, we all

turned out, expecting it to be the anticipated attack, but the men who were fired at bolted...".

A rare card. 6 1'000 (€ 830)

1881 (Feb 1): Crested envelope for 22 Bombay Infantry, franked by India ½ a. blue tied by

Belgaum duplex, endorsed "via Karachee" and addressed to "H.M. 1st Baluch Regiment,

Kandahar, Southern Afghanistan". A fresh and fine incoming cover, Kandahar was evacuated

on April 22, 1881. (Photo = 1 12) 6 150 (€ 125)

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Argentina

Scott 2012 Start price

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1939: Fonopostal issue incl. compl. set of three in mint unmounted blocks of four, plus plate

flaw “Disco Roto” on 1.50 p. unused, as well as on 1941 registered cover. (Photo = 1 www) 470-472 250 (€ 210)

Bolivia

1870c.: Cover front to Hyuni, defects, struck with outstandingly rare framed "FRANCA /

YURA" handstamp with central vignette showing a Llama in blue. (Photo = 1 12) (6) 160 (€ 135)

Brazil (see also lot 4001-4191 in the 178 Catalogue 'The Dr. Hugo Goeggel Collection')

1850: 60 r. black, a fine large margined vertical pair used on 1863 cover from Maranhao

to Bordeaux tied by segmented cork cancels in black with PERNAMBUCO despatch cds

alongside (March 3). Reverse with "Encaminada de Pernambuco p. M J Ramos" Forwarding

Agent notation in manuscript. Fine "Bresil / Bordeaux" entry marking (April 25) on front

and '16' decime charge marking in black. A fresh and very fine cover. Cert. PF (1998).

(Photo = 1 13)

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Dry Docks in Rio de Janeiro

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24 6 600 (€ 500)

1861: 280 reis vermilion, a horizontal pair with clear to large margins all round, used on

1862 cover from Rio de Janeiro to France endorsed "Vap. Estramadure", tied by "Correio

Geral Da Corte" datestamp in black and also tied by framed "P.D." in blue. Further framed

"P.D." in red at left and reverse with Bordeaux arrival cds (Sept 20) in black. Rare. Signed

Calves. Cert. PF (1998). 39 6 2'800 (€ 2'325)


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177 Corinphila Auction · 26 February - 1 March 2013

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Interior view of the post office, Paris

1878/79: Dom Pedro 10 r. vermilion (2), 20 r. violet (two horizontal pairs), 100 r. green

and 200 r. black; all used on registered cover from Rio de Janeiro to Paris cancelled by

segmented cork handstamps in red. Oval REGISTRADO alongside in red and "Lille A

Paris" TPO at right (Feb 26). Reverse with Rio de Janeiro datestamp in red (Jan 27) and

"Ouest 2" TPO cds. A delightful and extremely rare four colour franking. Cert. Holcombe

(1985).

1895 (June 27): Mercury 200 r. black & orange illustrated postal stationery letter-card

(H&G A33), sent registered to SURINAME, up-rated with Mercury 200 r. black & yellow,

slight scuff mark, tied by Rio de Janeiro cds. Thence by French Paquebot with "Ligne

J-PAq. Fr. No. 5" datestamp in blue (June 28) and London transit in red (July 19). Reverse

with Paramaribo cds (Aug 16) in black, a journey time of 2 months. An attractive usage to a

(Photo = 1 12)

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Scott 2012 Start price

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68+ 69+

72+ 73 6 4'800 (€ 3'985)

most unusual destination. 6 350 (€ 290)


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1859 (Oct 2): Entire letter from Amoy to Hoyer, Schleswig; sent unpaid with reverse

showing "Hong Kong" transit cds in blue (Oct 10). Red Marseille entry marking on front

and reverse with Thurn & Taxis and Danish P.O. in Hamburg cds's (Nov 28) in black. Red

crayon "11½" on reverse (assessed 4¾ sgr. for Amoy to France, 2½ sgr. for French share,

1 sgr. Belgian share and 3 sgr. German share = 11½ sgr. = 48 skilling). Charged "57" in

manuscript red crayon on front (48 sk. + 9 sk. Danish share) due from recipient. A fine and

unusual entire both from and to a scarce destination. (Photo = 1 12) 6 400 (€ 330)

1878/83: Large Dragon 1 ca. green, a fine mint example of good colour and centering with

large part original gum Gi = £ 650. (Photo = 1 21) 1 * 220 (€ 185)

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1 ca. green, 3 ca. red and 5 ca. orange, fine mint examples with usual slightly irregular

perforations, the 1 ca. and 5 ca. particularly well centred, fine large part og Gi = £ 3'000+.

1/3 * 750 (€ 625)

5 ca. orange, a fine used example centred to base cancelled lightly in black Gi = £ 700.

(Photo = 1 21)

5 ca. chrome-yellow, wide setting, a lightly used well centred example, minor thin and tiny

3 200 (€ 165)

cut at base by one perforation but a rare stamp Gi = £ 2''000. (Photo = 1 21) 6 400 (€ 330)

1 ca. green on thicker paper, an unsed example, well centred with somewhat rough perfs. but

of good colour, part og Gi = £ 700. (Photo = 1 21) 7 * 200 (€ 165)

1889: Small piece bearing vertical pair of Small Dragons 3 ca. mauve tied by blue chop,

overlapped by Hong Kong 5 c. blue tied by "Shanghai" cds (Feb 1, 1889). Attractive and

scarce. (Photo = 1 21) 14 5 150 (€ 125)

1898: Chinese Imperial Post, the set twelve values mint, the 2 c. deep red to $ 5 deep green

& salmon all with horizontal "SPECIMEN" overprint in black, fresh colours, part to large

part og. Rare and attractive set Gi = £ 750+. (Photo = 1 21) 108/119 spec * 600 (€ 500)

1901 (Feb 28): 1 c. rose pink on buff postal stationery card sent registered to Switzerland

franked by CIP 1900 1 c. orange, 2 c. red and 10 c. deep green all tied by "Canton"

datestamps; Hong Kong 1896 4 c. grey and 1900 10 c. ultramarine (Gi 34+59) tied by fine

framed I.P.O. handstamp in black and by Hong Kong datestamps at left. A rare and most 122+ 123+

attractive usage.

(Photo = 1 12) 127 6 250 (€ 210)

1902 (July 4): 1 c. pink postal stationerycard sent registered to Germany, up-rated with CIP

1 c. brown-orange pair tied by "Tientsin" cds's, thence carried via French P.O. in Shanghai

to Oschersleben (Aug 13) cds of receipt. Card re-used and mailed with 1919 Germany 15 pf.

brown & blue (Michel 108) in a strip of three from Oschersleben. (Photo = 1 12) 6 150 (€ 125)

1906 (April 6): Postcard to Berlin franked by China CIP ½ c. brown (2), 1 c. orange-yellow

pair, 2 c. rose red (2) and 4 c. pale chestnut (3) all tied by Shanghai cds's with registration

cachet alongside. French P.O. datestamp of transit and German arrival datestamps alongside,

A scarce usage. (Photo = 1 12) 121/124 6 180 (€ 150)

1910 (March 26): Postcard (Peking Railway Station) sent registered to Germany franked by

China CIP 4 c. chestnut and 10 c. deep green tied by bilingual oval "PEKING" datestamps

in black with framed "R-PEKING" registration cachet alongside. Transferred to Hong

Kong P.O. in Shanghai for onward transmission and franked by Hong Kong 1882-96 2 c.

carmine (2) and 10 c. purple on red, one short perf., tied by "SHANGHAI" cds's (April 8).

Leibenwerda arrival cds at lower left (May 12). A fresh and fine registered combination

usage, rare. (Photo = 1 13) 33+ 38 6 600 (€ 500)

1912: Waterlow Republic Overprint 3 c. grey-green, unused mint original gum example

from bottom of sheet, fresh of colour and well centered, showing variety: Imperforated

between stamp and margin. Slightest adherences on bottom of margin, far away from stamp.

Fine and scarce though Gi = £ 700 for variety 'imperf. between' in a vertical pair. (Photo = 1 21) 221var. * 220 (€ 185)


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1913 (Oct 10): 1 c. green postal stationery car, registered usage to His Imperial Russian

Majesty's Consul in Harbin, up-rated with 1912 Republic overprinted 5 c. mauve tied

by violet obliterators with single ring "Peking" cds at left and registration cachet below.

Chinese Harbin arrival at left and on reverse. Slight ageing but scarce. (Photo = 1 12) 223 6 200 (€ 165)

1913: London printing, Postal Department notice (dated Peking, February 1914), bearing

the complete set of nineteen values ½ c. to $ 10 black & green, affixed to "Ministère Des

Communications" notice with 'Original Seal Mill / Kent' watermark. Fresh and very fine, a

splendid and attaractive set Gi = £ 1'300. (Photo = 1 9) 268/286 (*) 1'200 (€ 995)

1923/33: 2nd Peking printing, group of eight stamps: 4 c., 6 c., 15 c., $ 1, $ 2, $ 5, $ 10

(nibbed perfs. at top) and $ 20, fresh mint examples all overprinted "Specimen" in black,

Start price

approx. €

fresh and very fine mint with large part og., the top value with Cert. BPA (2012).

314+ 317+

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1959: 10th anniversary of the young pioneers, 4 f. - 8 f., full set of six stamps in part sheets

328/332s * 500 (€ 415)

of 24, without gum as issued Mi = € 1'440. (Photo = 1 www) 485-490 (*) 220 (€ 185)

1960: Various goldfish, 4 f. - 8 f., two full sets of 12 stamps in mint condition Mi = € 1'440.

(Photo = 1 www) 534-545 ** 250 (€ 210)

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1964: Peony glorious crimson and great gold pink, souvenir sheet $ 2 without gum as issued

Mi = € 5'000. 810/Block 9 (*) 600 (€ 500)

1965: 2nd National Games, 4 f. - 43 f., full set of eleven stamps in mint condition Mi = € 650.

(Photo = 1 www)

1967: 8 f. red & gold, Len Piao's Epigram on two 1970 covers, in addition some Mao picture

903-913 ** 150 (€ 125)

postcards. (Photo = 1 12) 981 6 100 (€ 85)

1978: Galloping horses/Arts and crafts, souvenir sheets 5 y. (3) and 3 y. (2) in mint condition 1409+ 1443/

Mi = € 3'900.

(Photo = 1 www) Block 12+ 13 ** 500 (€ 415)


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33 / CHF 1'200

ex 96 / CHF 200

62 / CHF 750

92 / CHF 750

ex 102 / CHF 150


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177 Corinphila Auction · 26 February - 1 March 2013

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China: Air Mail

Airmail 1936 (Feb 18): Registered Cover Shanghai to Berlin, franked with 'Curtis Jenny'

(four diff. values) and 'Junkers F-13' (four diff. values) Airmail stamps in combination with

'New Life' definitive stamps (few stamps with small imperfections), all tied by Shanghai

cds's, cover endorsed 'via Hanoi' with lilac framed 'Despatched 6.3.1936' and 'Airmail service

postponed, forwarded by steamer to Singapore for onward transmission by air' handstamps,

Marseille transit and Berlin arrival (March 18) cds's on reverse.

(Photo = 1 12)

China: Red Revenues

Gibbons Scott 2012 2012

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334,C6/C18 6 150 (€ 125)

1897: Group of three Red Revenues, including 1 c. on 3 c. (two short perfs. at bottom)

unused with part original gum, well centered and of fresh colour, further Large 2 c. and

Small 2 c. used Gi = £ 1'375. (Photo = 1 21) 88+ 89+ 93 300 (€ 250)

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1897 (May 14): China 4 c. on 4 ca. rose pink, a sheet marginal example used in combination

with Large 2 c. on 3 c. Red Revenue pair alkl tied to cover front to Lyons, France by

"Pa-kua" in brown and France 'Chine' 25 c. black on rose, tied by "Shanghai/Chine" cds in

black which also ties the lower 2 c. on 3 c. Endorsed at lower left 'per French Packet'. A rare

and most attractive item. 40+ 89 (6) 3'500 (€ 2'905)


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China: Boxer War

Gibbons Scott 2012 2012

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German Post Offices during the Boxer War 1900: Field Post cover with Chinese woodcut

illlustration reverse, struck with framed "S.B." cachet at left and fine strike of "K.D.

Feldposts Exped./No. 7" datestamp (March 29) in black. (Photo = 1 12) 6 250 (€ 210)

German Post Offices during the Boxer War 19001: Group of five cards, two cards with

"Tongku" cds on Feldpost usages, one superb with grisly card showing beheaded Boxers,

two further cards with rectangular "S. B. / Ostas. Exped. / I. Bat. 6 Inf-Regmts" cachet and

"K. D. Feldpostexped. / Des / Ostasiatischen / Expedition Corps" datestamps, another with

datestamp only. Some imperfections but an interesting group. (Photo = 1 12) 6 150 (€ 125)

China Provinces: Sinkiang and Yunnan

Sinkiang. 1916/1919: First Peking printings, the magnificent mint complete set of 22

values, all overprinted "Specimen" in black, fine and very rare, large part og. Cert BPA for

$ 20 value Gi = £ 1'400 as normals. 17s/38s * 1'000 (€ 830)

Yunnan 1926: Overprinted definitive set of 20 values to $ 5 fresh mint, 1929 Chang Tso-lin

set of four values optd., fresh mint, also 1933 Szechwan Martyrs overprinted issue set of 12

values fresh and fine, Sinkiang 1929 Chang Tso-lin set of four values optd., all fresh mint

large part og., together with a few remainders mint Gi = £ 420+.

(Photo = 1 www)

China: Manchuko

1927: Definitive set overprinted, complete mint set of 20 values to $ 5, 1928 Chang Tso-lin

set of four optd., fresh and very fine og., also China1936 New Life set of four values, fresh

and fine og Gi = £ 395.

China: Incoming Mail

ex 46

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Incoming mail 1902: Russian Levant stationery letter card 10 kop. red & green, cancelled by

ROPiT Constantinople cds, endorsed 'via Suez' with 'Shanghai Deutsche Post 28/10 02' and

'Shanghai Local Post Oc 28' arrival marks on reverse. No writing inside, rare provenance.

(Photo = 1 12)

Bid on-line live as if you were attending the sale in the auction room: www.corinphila.com

Start price

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71/74 * 220 (€ 185)

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444/447 * 200 (€ 165)

6 250 (€ 210)


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28 / CHF 150

44 / CHF 250

39 / CHF 100

14 / CHF 160

19 / CHF 400 18 / CHF 350

27 / CHF 250

29 / CHF 180

ex 45 / CHF 150

41 / CHF 150

32 / CHF 200

49 / CHF 250


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64 / CHF 750

140 / CHF 500

120 / CHF 2'000

30 / CHF 600

69 / CHF 500

220 / CHF 800

221 / CHF 500


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The arch of triumph, Paris

Gibbons Scott 2012

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French Expeditionary Force in China 1853/60: 20 c. blue (three fine examples) all used

on exceptional 1862 cover to Paris and tied by dotted CECC lozenge of dots in black with

corresponding CORPS EXP. CHINE / BAU. G datestamp below (May 27). Sent registered

and underpaid for the Soldier's Concessionary rate (framed red 'PD' deleted) and both

PAYS ANG. V. SUEZ / MARSEILLE applied in red (July 12) deleted in manuscript and

PAYS ETR. V. SUEZ / MARSEILLE substituted (July 12). "Affranchisement / Insuffisant"

cachet left in red and rate box on reverse explaining charges of an extra "10" decimes to

pay in manuscript. An astonishing and extremely rare cover, sensibly opened for Exhibit

display.

1900 (March 16): Cover from Peking to Lyon, France bearing CIP 10 c. greeen tied by

Peking cds, over-lapped by France 'Chine' 25 c. applied for onward transmission and tied

by "Shanghai-Chine" cds (20/3). Octagonal French Paquebot "Yokohama A Marseille -

L.N.No.6" datestamp alongside in black (22/3) and arrival cds on reverse. File fold and

14 6 9'000 (€ 7'470)

edge wear to envelope away from adhesives, a fine cover. (Photo = 1 19) 113 6 150 (€ 125)


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1901: Postcard to Spezia, Italy franked by China CIP 5 c. pink tied by "Tientsin" cds in blue

and France 'Chine' 10 c. black tied by 'Shanghai / Chine' datestamp for onward transmission

(Jan 28). Spezia Arsenal squared circle arrival datestamp /March 2) alongside. A fine and

scarce usage. (Photo = 1 19) 6 160 (€ 135)

1903 (Jan 25): Cover from Peking to France franked by France Blanc 5 c. green (5) all

tied by "PEKIN / CHINE" datestamps in black. Reverse with Paris transit and Colommiers

arrival (12/3). (Photo = 1 19) 6 150 (€ 125)

Post office in Tonkin

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French P.O. in Chinese Yunnan province 1906 (April 6): French China type Groupe 10 c.

red (2), type Grasset 10 c. red and French PO Indochina Mongtze 5 c. green-yellow, all tied

by MONGTSEU - CHINE 24 AVRIL 06 cds's to Chinese Imperial Post stationery postcard

used as blank, sent registered from Mengzi to Cologne with black 'R' in slanted frame,

transit HAIPHONG - TONKIN 4 MAI 06 cds, YOKOHAMA À MARSEILLE L. N. No 6

18 MAI 06 octogonal datestamp and two Cologne arrival cds's (June 13) alongside. Correct

10 & 25 c. registered postcard rate abroad depicting a nice Chinese handpainted motif on

reverse. 6 2'000 (€ 1'660)

1907 (Jan 23): "Taxe Reduite / A 0f.10" in black on Chine 15 c. vermilion postal stationery

letter-card, sent registered to Düsseldorf, endorsed "Per S.S.Prinz Heinrich", up-rated with

1902-06 5 c. green (3) and 25 c. blue all tied by "Shanghai / Chine" datestamps. Framed "R"

of registration at left and arrival cds (Feb 26) also on front of a fine and most unusual card.

(Photo = 1 19) 23+ 27 6 250 (€ 210)


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View of Bogota

Scott 2012 Start price

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1859: 5 c. violet blue, 10 c. red-brown and 20 c. bright blue, the magnificent usage of the

three values on December 1859 cover to Ambalena, with Bogota sender's cachet in red

at upper left (Mauricio Rizo) and the adhesives, all extremely fine, tied by oval framed

"Bogotá" handstamps in black. A wonderful cover with manuscript docketing of receipt

inside "Diciembre 19, 1859". One of only two recorded covers bearing three values of

the first issue, illustrated in Bortfeldt "Colombia Philatelic Handbook and Catalogue,

1859-1868" on page 11. This famous and exceptional cover has graced many of the finest

collections ever formed of this classic country and is a great rarity of classic and South

American philately. Cert. Calves (2008).

Provenance: Collection Charles Jewell,

Colonel Wickersham,

Jaime Londono Tamayo,

Norman Hubbard. 3c+ 4+ 6 6 40'000 (€ 33'200)

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1863: 50 c. red on white wove paper (error of colour, from stone of the 20 c. value), a superb

used example in a deep rich shade with large margins all round, Type 1 with "5" and "0" of

"50" joined, minute thinning, neatly cancelled by oval framed "Bogota" handstamp in black.

A superb stamp. Cert. Moorhouse (2005) Scott = $ 4'500. (Photo = 1 21) 26b 400 (€ 330)

1864: 10 c. blue, a superb appearing four margined example used on 1865 cover to Paris,

the adhesive with pre-application scissor cut at top which is barely noticeable, tied by oval

BOGOTA oval handstamp in black. British P.O. SANTA MARTHA cds in black on reverse

and London transit cds in red (Jan 30) alongside. Framed Accountancy marking applied

there in black and cover forwarded on to Paris, where charged '10' decimes in black. Despite

the fault, a charming and very rare usage. Signed Calves. Cert. BPP (1999). 31 6 3'000 (€ 2'490)

1902: Stationery envelope 10 c. with add. franking Arms definitives 1 c. claret, 2 c. green

(pair) and 5 c. green imperf., cancelled by Correos Nacionales datestamp (Sep 1) with

registration stamp 20 c. red-brown on blue paper alongside, presumably dispatched in

Bogota with commercial cachet on reverse, Barranquilla transit cds in violet (Oct 4) on

front, sent to Kaluga Russia with arrival cds (Oct. 14 Julian calendar) on reverse. Fine

destination. (Photo = 1 19) 6 200 (€ 165)

1883: 10 c. orange on yellow used on 1886 registered cover to Canada via New York, with

1883 UPU 10 c. red on yellow registration label on reverse (marginal) from Bogotá via New

York (Jan 25) to Halifax, Nova Scotia. Sensibly opened for exhibit display, an attractive

cover. (Photo = 1 19) 119+ F8 6 100 (€ 85)

Colombia Air Mail (see also lot 4401-4534 in the 178 Catalogue 'The Dr. Hugo Goeggel Collection')

1920 (March19): 'Unicolores' 10 c. green together Colombia 3 c. tied by "Correos Nacionales

Recibo" handstamp in violet on upper part of business cover from Cartagena showing on

reverse "Recibo" cancel of Barranquilla. (Photo = 1 19) C11 (6) 200 (€ 165)

Switzerland 1923 (17. Juli): Consular handstamp 'S' in violet on 30 c. green, complete sheet

with bottom margin and at right, unused with part original gum, partial offset on reverse

possibly from sheet below, splitted perforation pos. 25 as well as in margin between 2nd and

3rd row, further diag. crease in bottom margin, not affecting stamp. Scarce multiple, only

few compl. sheets with this handstamp known. (Photo = 1 9)

*/** 750 (€ 625)

1924 (Oct.1): Machine overprint 'S' on 15 cts. carmine two examples tied by Barranquilla

cds. (27.X.) on cover from Zurich with additional Swiss 30 c. + 20 c. to Bogota (Oct.

29) with arrival mark on reverse. As double rate cover with 30 cts. underpayed, remained

uncomplained. Cert. Eichele (2004). (Photo = 1 17) CLS18 6 600 (€ 500)

1926 (Sept. 16): Machine overprint 'S' on 30 cts. blue, two examples tied by Barranquilla

cds. (6.X.26) on cover from Zurich with additional Swiss 50 c. to Bogota (Oct. 10) with

arrival mark on reverse. Correctly franked with 60 cts. for a double rated cover. Scott = US$ 400

for single franking. (Photo = 1 17) CLS20 6 400 (€ 330)

1925 (May 7): France Pasteur 45 c. red postal stationery card up-rated with scarce 5 fr.

carmine ex Exhibition miniature sheet cancelled by Le Bourget cds's and mailed to Caratgena

via Barranquilla, Colombia. With Colombia Scadta "F" overprinted on Registration 20 c.

grey pair tied by Barranquilla cds (June 1) and Cartagena (June 3) cds alongside. A fine and

rare combination usage on Official Exhibition postcard. (Photo = 1 19) CF1 var 6 300 (€ 250)


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Costa Rica

Scott 2012 Start price

in CHF

1855 (May 15): Entire letter written from San José, Costa Rica sent unpaid to Hoyer in

the Duchy of Schleswig, with reverse showing manuscript "Forwarded Belize, Honduras,

16 June 1855 by you obdient servants N. Wesselhoeft" and mailed from there via British

Post Office with "BELIZE" double arc cds in black. London transit cds (July 23) in red and

Danish P.O. in Hamburg transit (July 27) in black. Plethora of rates in manuscript: "10"

(pence) in ink (6d. to GB + 4d. to Denmark) = 8½ sgr. + German share of 3½ sgr = 12 sgr.

marked in blue ink. Rounded up to 16 schillinge = 52 skilling + 9 skilling Danish share =

61 skilling due to pay (red crayon). A marvellous and extremely rare entire. (Photo = 1 13) 6 750 (€ 625)

Ecuador (see also lot 4192-4253 in the 178 Catalogue 'The Dr. Hugo Goeggel Collections")

1848: Cover to Quito with "LATACUNGA / FRANCA" handstamp in red and 1855 cover

to Quito with "AMBATO / FRANCA" handstamp in red. Fine strikes with both covers

receipted on reverse. (Photo = 1 19) 6 150 (€ 125)

Egypt see lot 950-1034

Ethiopia

1877(March 30): Autographed Letter Sheet written and signed by Charles E. 'Chinese'

Gordon of Khartoum, written in French at Keren (Ethiopia) to a Monsieur Habib and

mentioning a telegraphic despatch to Osman Pacha, the Abyssinian Authorities, Massowah

etc. Fresh and very fine, a rare unpublished letter. (Photo = 1 19) (6) 600 (€ 500)

1894: The first issue, from ½ g. to 16 g. in complete mint sheets of 150 stamps, separated

by vertical and horizontal gutters into 6 panes of 25 stamps (5 x 5), all showing "4" in the

vertical gutter indicating date of printing (three times on the sheet) and with sheet numbers

at lower right corner. Some ageing and splitting but an extraordinary lot, with original gum,

the sole surviving complete sheets recorded Mi = € 3'000+. (Photo = 1 www) 2/7 */** 300 (€ 250)

1901 (April 25): Pre-cancelled 1 g. blue Menelik postal stationery card (22.6.98), used

as formula card to Tunis and franked for registered rate with Obock 1892 15 c. blue (2)

and imperforate 1893-94 5 c. blue-green & brown both tied by "Djibouti" cds's in blue.

Octagonal "Ligne N / Paq. Fr. No. 7" Paquebot in black at right and Marseille transit (May

6). A fine and scarce card to an unusual destination. (Photo = 1 19) 37+ 50 6 400 (€ 330)

1902 (July 12): handstamped 'Bosta' 1 g. stationery card from Hara to Geneva cancelled by

blue cds. in combination with Somali Coast 5 c. on 40 c. and Obock 5 c., both tied by "Côte

Française des Somalis/Djibouti" cds. in blue. (Photo = 1 13) 6 500 (€ 415)

1903 (Feb 24): Postcard sent registered to St. Petersburg, Russia franked by 1902 'Bosta'

overprinted ½ g. red tied by "Harar" cds in blue. Obock 1892 50 c. cinnamon and French

Somali Coast 5 c. green applied for onward transmission and tied by "Djibouti" cds's in blue

(March 5). St. Petersburg arrival cds in violet. Card creased but an extremely scarce stamp

on letter to a most unusual destination. (Photo = 1 19) 2/III 6 300 (€ 250)

Guatemala

1891/95: Registered covers (3) with 1891 10 c. stationery envelope used with 1888 5 c.

violet in a strip of three, 1895 usage of 10 c. rose stationery envelope with 1894 surcharged

6 c. on 150 c. and 10 c. on 200 c. sent AR to Germany and 1899 usage of 6 c. on 5 c. pale

blue stationery envelope up-rated witth 1886/90 2 c. brown pair, 5 c. violet and 10 c. red also 44+ 46+ 48+

sent AR (different cachet) to Belgrade/Serbia. An attractive group. (Photo = 1 www) 53+ 55 6 120 (€ 100)

Haiti

1881: 1 c. carmine on yellowish imperforate, a horizontal pair and a horizontal strip of five

on 1883 cover from Jacmel to Genoa, Italy; tied by "Jacmel" cds's (Sept 25). Calais transit

cds below and reverse with Paris and Genova (Oct 15) datestamps. Underpaid and offered

"as is / tel quel", but nevertheless a remarkable Number 1 franking. (Photo = 1 19) 1 6 400 (€ 330)

1905 (April 12): 2 c. orange on pink postal stationery card, optd. "Gt. Pre / Mai 1902" in

black, sent registered to Germany via New York; up-rated with 1904 1 c. green and 10 c.

orange-brown tied by "Jacmel / Haiti" datestamps in black. New York registered label of

transit at top and oval transit (April 22) on front, alongside Hamburg arrival (May 1) cds. A

fresh and fine usage. (Photo = 1 19) 96+ 99 6 150 (€ 125)

Start price

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51 / CHF 150

60 / CHF 100

ex 65 / CHF 150

70 / CHF 300

73 / CHF 150

52 / CHF 160

55 / CHF 250

61 / CHF 200

66 / CHF 600

74 / CHF 200

53 / CHF 150

59 / CHF 200

63 / CHF 300

68 / CHF 400

72 / CHF 400

75 / CHF 150


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Iran

Michel Scott 2012

Start price Start price

1905 (Dec 17): Persian stationery picture postcard 5 c. with add. 1903 12 c. blue, tied

by oval Meshed datestamp, sent registered to Visé Belgium. No Persian registration mark,

just handwritten registration number added, Persian Gaoudan cds (Dec 20), purified at the

Russian border in Gaudan (nowadays Ashgabat), correponding 'OBEZZARASHENO' oneline

handstamp in violet applied, Russian 'R' in circle applied to clarify registered status, two

in CHF approx. €

Belgium transit and Visé arrival cds's (Jan 2) alongside. (Photo = 1 19) 6 200 (€ 165)

1908 (June 14): 2 ch. deep brown postal stationery card (H&G 9) sent registered to

Sultanabad, up-rated with 1897 1 ch. grey, 2 ch. brown and 12 ch. deep rose on white paper,

all tied by "SENNEH" datestamps in black. Registration label at lower left of a fine card.

(Photo = 1 19) 94+ 95+ 101 6 150 (€ 125)

1921: Overprinted 21 Fevr. set of 11 values fresh mint and optd. "Specimen" in black, 1925 449/459

Gold overprint on Fiscals set of six values mint optd. "Specimen" in black, 1926 Pahlavi Reign spec+

set of four values optd., "Specimen" in black, fresh and fine, large part og., also 1902 5 kr. on 508/517

5 kr. yellow mint and 1902 2 ch. optd. 'PL' (not guaranteed). Scarce. (Photo = 1 www) spec * 250 (€ 210)

1926/29: Definitive set of 10 values fresh mint with "Specimen" overprint at base in black

(also a few duplicates), and Airmail overprint on Fiscal 1928 set of five similarly surcharged 534/543+

"Specimen" reading down at left in black, large part og.

(Photo = 1 21) 564/568 * 200 (€ 165)

1938: Reza Shah part set of 14 values (excl. 50 d.), fine unmounted og., and 1942 part 726/730+

definitive set of 12 including rare 100 d. and 200 d. values, fresh mint, unmounted og Mi = € 732/740+

1'300+.

(Photo = 1 21) 777/779 ** 340 (€ 280)

1935: Airmail set of 17 values complete mint, all overprinted "Specimen" diagonally in

black. Fresh and very fine, large part og.

No lot

(Photo = 1 21) 670/686 * 150 (€ 125)

Japan

Scott 2012 Start price

in CHF

1871: Dragon 48 mon brown, imperforate, unused example (as issued) on laid paper, plate

1, position 34 on the sheet of 40 subjects, with good margins and fine colour, a scarce stamp.

Cert. Takahashi (2012) JSCA 1a = Y 43'000/Scott = $ 250/Mi 1/Iy= € 450. (Photo = 1 21) 1 (*) 150 (€ 125)

1871: Dragon 48 mon brown, imperforate, unused example (as issued) on laid paper, plate

2, position 22 on the sheet of 40 subjects, with good margins and fine colour, an excellent

stamp. Cert. Takahashi (2012) JSCA 1e = Y 60'000/Scott = $ 290/Mi 1/IIy= € 550. (Photo = 1 21) 1c (*) 180 (€ 150)

1871: Dragon 100 mon deep blue, imperforate, unused example (as issued) on laid paper,

plate 1, position 17 on the sheet of 40 subjects, with good margins and fine colour. Cert.

Takahashi (2012) JSCA 2a = Y 45'000/Scott = $ 225/Mi 2/Iy= € 350. (Photo = 1 21) 2 (*) 150 (€ 125)

1871: Dragon 100 mon blue, imperforate, unused example (as issued) on laid paper, plate

1, position 36 on the sheet of 40 subjects, with good margins and fine rich colour. Cert.

Takahashi (2012) JSCA 2a = Y 43'000/Scott = $ 225/Mi 2/Iy= € 350. (Photo = 1 21) 2 (*) 150 (€ 125)

1871: Dragon 200 mon vermilion, imperforate, unused example (as issued) on laid paper,

plate 1, position 40 on the sheet of 40 subjects, showing plate variety "Missing claw on right

hand dragon" with good clear margins and fine colour, an excellent and very scarce stamp.

Cert. Takahashi (2012) JSCA 3c = Y 65'000+/Scott = $ 400/Mi 3/Iy= € 600. (Photo = 1 21) 3 (*) 200 (€ 165)

1871: Dragon 200 mon vermilion, imperforate, laid paper, a superb used example with

good margins all round, plate 1, position 8 on the sheet of 40 subjects, cancelled "Otsu-

Kensazumi" (Oumi prefecture) in black. A rare stamp so fine. Cert. Takahashi (2012) JSCA 3c

= Y 60'000/Scott = $ 325/Mi 3/Iy= € 550. (Photo = 1 21) 3 150 (€ 125)

1872: Dragon ½ sen brown, perf. 11, unused example with original gum on brittle laid

paper, plate 1, position 23 on the sheet of 40 subjects, some minor perforation blunting as is

usual for this issue, of fine freshness and colour. Cert. Takahashi (2012) JSCA 5a = Y 30'000/Scott =

$ 150/Mi 5/Iay= € 230. (Photo = 1 21) 5d * 120 (€ 100)

1872: Dragon 1 sen blue, perf. 11, unused example with original gum on brittle laid paper,

plate 2, position 30 on the sheet of 40 subjects, some minor perforation blunting as is usual

for this issue, of fine delicate colour. A scarce stamp. Cert Takahashi (2012) JSCA 6c = Y 60'000/

Scott = $ 300/Mi 6/IIy= € 550. (Photo = 1 21) 6 * 150 (€ 125)

If you bid for alternative lots and/or limit your total purchase you may present a written individual list of preferred lots.

Alternative bids can be placed by using the word „OR“ between lot numbers.

Start price

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20 / CHF 220

ex 34 / CHF 500

31 / CHF 220

ex 79 / CHF 150

22 / CHF 200

ex 42 / CHF 300

ex 77 / CHF 200

23 / CHF 400

57 / CHF 400

ex 78 / CHF 340

ex 99 / CHF 150

81 / CHF 150

100 / CHF 400

24 / CHF 200

83 / CHF 150

86 / CHF 150

103 / CHF 200

ex 26 / CHF 600

82 / CHF 180

84 / CHF 150

87 / CHF 120

104 / CHF 160

25 / CHF 150

85 / CHF 200

88 / CHF 150

105 / CHF 260


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98

Scott 2012 Start price

in CHF

Start price

approx. €

1871: 500 mon blue green (Plate 1, position 34) unused attached on small piece, slight tear

at left margin barely affecting appearance; also 1871 2 sen vermilion, fine mint example

(position 28 on sheet of 40 subjects), blunted perfs. at base, on laid paper without gum. Each

with certificate Takahashi (2012) JSCA 4e+7a = Y 200'000/Scott = $ 1'000/Mi = 4b+7y = € 1'500. 4+ 7 (*) 150 (€ 125)

1872: Dragon 5 sen greenish blue, perf. 11, fine unused example without gum on brittle laid

paper, position 40 on the sheet of 40 subjects, some minor perforation blunting as is usual

for this issue, of fine centering and colour. A rare stamp. Cert. Takahashi (2012) JSCA 8a =

Y 130'000/Scott = $ 650/Mi 8y = € 1'100. 8 (*) 200 (€ 165)

1875: 1 sen brown on foreign made paper, without syllabics, fresh unused example of good

colour. A very rare stamp, sold together with certified 1872 1 sen blue unused (JSCA 16).

Cert. Takahashi (2012) JSCA 49 = Y 16'000/Gi 64 = £ 6'500/Mi Scott = $ 6'500. 51 (*) 1'000 (€ 830)

1934: Philatelic Exposition Tokyo Airmail souvenir sheet unused mint, uncut (110 x 100

mm) Scott = $ 1'700 / Mi = € 3'000. (Photo = 1 9) C8 ** 750 (€ 625)

Korea

1953 (Sept 23): Incoming postcard sent registered from Poznan to Panmundjon, franked

by 1951 75 gr. grey-violet, 1953 Sinkiewicz 15 gr. brown, 1953 Student Congress 40 gr.

brown and Airmail 55 gr. violet imperf., all tied by Poznan cds's. Framed registration cachet

at base and "Phyongyang" cds of receipt (Oct 6). Extremely unusual usage to North Korea.

1955 (May 29): Colour postcard from Phyongyang to Korce, Albania sent registered with

imperforate Nov 1951 40 wn. carmine, Jan 1952 Partisan70 wn. brown, 1954 5 wn. redbrown

and 1955 20 wn. vermilion & new blue all tied by "Phyongyang" cds's and by framed

registration cachet in black. Tirana cds alongside and Korce arrival cds on reverse. Rare

destination and a fine card. Signed Todd AIEP.

(Photo = 1 23)

Lebanon

681+ 778+

811+ 814 6 150 (€ 125)

N48+ N50+

N83+ N102 6 200 (€ 165)

1946: Victory Miniature Sheets on hard thick buff paper with blue inscriptions, 4 fresh and

fine mint examples, without gum as issued to notables. Rare and but for minor bends very

fine, only 300 were printed Gi = £ 1'100. (Photo = 1 www) MS 311a (*) 260 (€ 215)

1949: Anniversary of the UPU, Miniature Sheet as issued on gummed thin paper, 12 mint

examples, all unmounted og. Gi = £ 840. (Photo = 1 9) MS 393a ** 200 (€ 165)

Liberia

1916: Two registered covers from Harper to St. Gallen/Switzerland, both bearing nicely

cancelled multicolour frankings and examined by British Censor. (Photo = 1 www) 6 150 (€ 125)

Mexico

89

(Photo = 1 23)

1889: Juarez 1 c. brown and 25 c. rose used on blue on pink Formula Card, sent Registered-

AR to Germany, each stamp tied by "Zacatecas" cds, the 1 c. optd. with District No. 382 and

the 25 c. without number; registered label at left and circular "AR" marking at lower left.

Reverse with Nueva Laredo transit and arrival cds (May 7). Rare and extremely fine.

(Photo = 1 23)

90

ex 91

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98 / CHF 300

108 / CHF 300

110 / CHF 240

114 / CHF 80

93 / CHF 150

106 / CHF 180

115 / CHF 150

109 / CHF 260

112 / CHF 200

94 / CHF 200

107 / CHF 340

113 / CHF 150

116 / CHF 150

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Nicaragua

Scott 2012 Start price

in CHF

Start price

approx. €

1956: Scouts Airmail issue, the complete mint set of 10 values, imperforate and probably

of Trial status as two show impressions in brown alongside (3 c. and 75 c.), fresh and very C377/C386

fine, unmounted og. Scarce.

(Photo = 1 21) var ** 150 (€ 125)

1956: Scouts Airmail Miniature Sheet imperforate pair of sheets with two line imprint

below for Baden Powell Centenary, signed at lower right by designer and dated "15.3.57" in

ink, lower left corner with minor bend of no real significance. Fine and extremely rare, full

unmounted og. (Photo = 1 21) C386a var ** 400 (€ 330)

1912: Scarce use of railway stamps in connection with definitives, registered cover sent

to Prague/CS bearing three different railway stamps and four different common values (incl.

one showing inverted overprint), cancelled by dark blue cds "Managua ENE 30 1912",

Prague arrival confirmed by black cds of March 10th. On reverse, a rather unusual use of

railway stamps as per detailled explanation from Mr. Andrew Fowler of GB enclosed.

(Photo = 1 www)

1932: Rivas Railway Issue, the complete mint set of five values all in complete sheetlets of

four with margins all round, fresh and very fine. A rare set and seldom seen thus Yvert = € 700.

6 150 (€ 125)

(Photo = 1 9) 570/574 4*/** 150 (€ 125)

Panama (see also lot 230)

Canal Zone 1904 (June 24): 2 c. rose optd. 'Canal Zone' in violet, 'Panama' reading up at

left and down at right, a fine mint example with part original gum. A rare stamp. Cert. Brun

(2005) Gi 1d = £ 600/Scott = $ 550. (Photo = 1 21) 1d * 200 (€ 165)

1904 (June 24): 10 c. orange-yellow, optd. 'Canal Zone' in violet, 'Panama' reading up at left

and down at right, a fine mint example with part original gum. A rare stamp. Signed Brun Gi

3 = £ 275/Scott = $ 400. (Photo = 1 21) 3 * 160 (€ 135)

1904 (June 24): 10 c. orange-yellow, optd. 'Canal Zone' in violet, 'Panama' reading up at left

and down at right, variety CANAL ZONE inverted, a fine used example cancelled in black

and violet. Rare. Cert. Brun (2005) Gi 3a = £ 500/Scott = $ 600. (Photo = 1 21) 3a 260 (€ 215)

1904 (June 24): First issue 10 c. orange-yellow, tied to 1904 cover to Panama by barred

obliterator in violet, corresponding "Canal Zone / Colon" datestamp (July 9) in violet

alongside, reverse with Panama arrival cds (July 11) in black. Philatelic but extremely

scarce. (Photo = 1 23) 3 6 180 (€ 150)

1904 (June 24): The first issue set of three values: 2 c. rose, 5 c. blue and 10 c. orange-yellow,

all tied to 1904 cover to Panama by six bar obliterators in violet, corresponding "Canal Zone

/ Colon" datestamp (July 14) cds in violet at left and reverse with Panama arrival cds (July

15) in black. Philatelic but extremely scarce Scott = $ 875 off cover. (Photo = 1 23) 1/3 6 340 (€ 280)

1904 (June 24): The first issue set of three values: 2 c. rose, 5 c. blue and 10 c. orange-yellow,

all tied to 1904 cover to Panama by six bar obliterators in violet, corresponding "Canal Zone

/ Colon" datestamp (July 14) cds in violet at left and reverse with Panama arrival cds (July

15) in black. Philatelic but extremely scarce Scott = $ 875 off cover. (Photo = 1 23) 1/3 6 300 (€ 250)

1906 (Jan 21): Cover to London franked by 1 c. green (five examples) all tied by "Cristobal

/ Canal Zone" duplexes in black, the third stamp showing ZONF error. Reverse with London

arrival (Feb 10) in black. A rare issue on letter and an appealing cover. Signed Holcombe.

(Photo = 1 23) 9 6 260 (€ 215)

Peru

1808 (Aug 26): Registered from to Santiago de Chile struck with superb "CERTIFICACIO

/ A, LIMA" and "FRANCA" handstamps in red. Receipted in manuscript on reverse, an

exceptional and very scarce cover Colareta 4 = 90 pts. (Photo = 1 23) 6 240 (€ 200)

1809 (July): Entire letter rated '2½' in manuscript mailed to Chuquisaca and struck with fine

"CUZCO" straight line in red. A fresh and fine Colonial entire Colareta 3 = 80 pts. (Photo = 1 23)

1810c.: Front of cover to Arequipa care of the Mayor de Correo and rated '4½' in manuscript,

struck with superb "MAGES" straight line handstamp in red. An extremely rare Colonial

6 180 (€ 150)

marking Colareta 1 = 95 pts. (Photo = 1 23) (6) 200 (€ 165)

1828 (Aug 4): Entire letter, written in English and endorsed inside with 'per Brig Mackerel',

addressed to Arequipa and rated '2½' in manuscript, struck with straight line handstamps on

arrival of "AREQUIPA" in red and "YSLAY" in red. Exceptional and attractive entire.

(Photo = 1 23)

1831 (April 15): Entire letter to Arequipa rated '3' in manuscript, struck with superb strike

6 150 (€ 125)

of "PUNO" handstamp in red Colareta 2 = 80 pts. (Photo = 1 23) 6 80 (€ 65)


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Scott 2012 Start price

in CHF

1832 (Dec 14): Prepaid entire letter to Arequipa struck with fine strikes of "MOQUEGUA"

despatch handstamp and "FRANCA" straight line in red Colareta 2+2f = 60+40 pts. (Photo = 1 23)

1851 (May 10): Entire letter from Callao to Arequipa, rated '2½' in manuscript, struck with

framed "CALLAO / VAPOR" handstamp in black. Rare and fine usage Colareta 5v = 80 pts.

6 150 (€ 125)

(Photo = 1 23)

1855: Entire letter to Santa rated '2' in manuscript, struck with superb framed

"LAMBAYEQUE" handstamp in red. Refolded for better display and minor acid ink at top

6 150 (€ 125)

but very rare so fine Colareta 5 = 60 pts. (Photo = 1 45) 6 150 (€ 125)

1857c.: Cover to Tarma struck with fine strike of oval "PASCO / 2.R." handstamp in black.

Exceptional for this marking Colareta 7p = 45 pts. (Photo = 1 45) 6 100 (€ 85)

1864: Cover to Lima struck with over-inked but fine strikes of "FRANCA", oval

"AREQUIPA / N.3½" and straight "VAPOR" all in bright blue ink. A charming and scarce

cover. Colareta 6+5v+9p = 25+40+40 pts. (Photo = 1 45) 6 160 (€ 135)

1860: 1 p., original design, 1st printing, the 1860 cover to Hualgayoc bearing an irregular

block of 24 examples (Transfer Types 1-5/1-5 and 6-10/6-10) and some further examples

appear to have been removed from the cover, cancelled by both the "Trux." dotted lozenge

and by TRUJILLO straight line handstamps in black. Imperfections with some margins

close or cut, one or two stamps with insignificant tears, but one of the largest multiples of

this setting extant. Annotated by sender on reverse at Trujillo "Octbre. 23 de 1860". Rare.

(Photo = 1 13) 10 6 2'000 (€ 1'660)

View of Trujillo

121

1863: 1 p., second retouch, the extraordinary combination cover to Trujillo bearing the

largest known block of the retouched 1 peseta red with a block of twenty (sheet marginal

at both left and right, the narrowest vertical margin being the gap between the two Transfer

blocks: Types 11-15 and 11-15/16-20 and 16-20), a horizontal strip of three (Types 1-2-3)

and a single Lecoq issue 1862 1 d. pale vermilion, all tied by "Otusco" dotted lozenge

cancellations in black. Reverse with manuscript docketing of sender (May 30, 1863). Block

crossed by filing fold and small insignificant faults, but a remarkable and wonderful cover.

Cert. Moorhouse (2001) Gi 13. 11 6 4'000 (€ 3'320)

Start price

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125

126

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122

Scott 2012 Start price

in CHF

Start price

approx. €

1873: 1 p. orange-yellow, the used strip of eleven with good to large margins all round, Coil

Join on sixth stamp tied to 1873 judicial cover to San Miguel by straight line CAXAMARCA

handstamps in black. One or two small vertical creases due to size of cover, fully endorsed by

sender on reverse (August 13, 1873). One of the great Peruvian rarities. Signed Holcombe.

Provenance: Collection Bustamante. 15 6 4'000 (€ 3'320)

1870/74: Railway Anniversary, group of five used copies with legible date cancellations,

one for each year, selected to illustrate the progression from earlier to later printings, very

nice group.

Provenance: Collection Klaus Eitner (Photo = 1 www)

100 (€ 85)

Saudi Arabia

The Willie King collection of Saudi Arabia, a country whose adhesive stamps from 1916 and even postal

history has been universally beset by doubts of forgery, whether it be of overprint or cancellation. It is

therefore a pleasure to offer these rare stamps, many of which had print runs in the low hundreds rather

than in thousands, and be able to bid in the knowledge that all the offered items are genuine in all respects,

as nearly every stamp in this collection has a competent expert certificate or signature and most are plated

to individual sheet positions. This first part features the early Hejaz issues, with splendid multiples and

nearly all the listed varieties offered for the first time in many years. I must thank the owner, as it has been a

privilege to learn more about the Hejaz issues whilst lotting and describing this collection.

Gibbons 2012

1916: ¼ piastre bright green, a superb imperforate Proof block of four from the upper left

corner of the sheet, with full original gum (some specking of colour probably from a red

½ sheet stored below and with outer margin folded), otherwise fresh and very fine. A rare

multiple, just 4 sheets (200 stamps) produced, of which two are believed to be still intact.

(Photo = 1 29)

1916/17: ½ pi. imperforate Proof in deep blue (issued in scarlet) on very thick carton paper,

unused as produced, with Farouk cartouche on reverse. Extremely rare, just one sheet of 50

stamps printed, most probably originally donated to Farouk.

1 Proof 4*/** 350 (€ 290)

Provenance: Collection King Farouk of Egypt (1955). (Photo = 1 31) 2 Proof (*) 400 (€ 330)

1916: ½ pi. scarlet, a superb imperforate Proof example in a fresh shade, corner marginal

from lower right of sheet, full unmounted og. Scarce, with just four sheets (200 stamps)

printed, of which two sheets are believed to be still intact. (Photo = 1 31) 2 Proof ** 200 (€ 165)

1916: 1 pi. printed in a very deep blue, on heavy carton paper imperforate, reverse with

Farouk / Bileski cartouche, fine and rare Proof with just one sheet printed (50). Rare and

very fine.

Provenance: King Farouk of Egypt (1955). (Photo = 1 31) 3 Proof (*) 200 (€ 165)

1916: 1 pi. an imperforate vertical pair on thick heavy paper, printed in magenta (issued

in blue). Fine and extremely scarce, just 200 produced (four sheets). Scarce and very fine.

Provenance: Collection David Graham. (Photo = 1 31) 3 Proof (*) 240 (€ 200)


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129

130

131

132

133

134

135

Gibbons Scott 2012

Start price

in CHF

1916: 1 pi. blue, an imperforate Proof pair on very thick carton paper, marginal from left of

sheet. Just 300 produced (six sheets). Scarce and very fine. (Photo = 1 31) 3 Proof (*) 150 (€ 125)

1916: 1 pi. blue, an imperforate Proof block of four from lower right of sheet on medium

paper, showing the marginal bars at right and at base, fresh and fine, unmounted original

gum. Just 200 produced (four sheets; two of these sheets, originally belonging to King

Farouk, are still intact). Scarce and very fine.

Note: The unwatermarked gummed paper was from the stock used by the Survey Dept. of

Egypt to print the Censor tape required for resealing letters during World War I.

(Photo = 1 29)

1916: 1 pi. deep blue, early printing, a fine unused block of nine, the sixth stamp showing

the letter "S" secret mark in the upper right corner octagonal segment, most probably for

"Survey" and used as a secret mark against possible forgery. The "S" marking is only found

on the perforated 12 sheets and was removed from the December 1916 and May 1917

3 Proof 4** 200 (€ 165)

issues. Fresh and fine block Gi = £ 1'620. (Photo = 1 29) 3 4(*) 600 (€ 500)

1916: 1 pi. blue, perf. 10, small study with mint blocks of four (3, two are corner blocks),

corner block of six without Control number from lower left of sheet mint, also a cover front

with a vertical pair showing early usage (Nov 1916) and a 1916 cover to Egypt with 1 pi.

and ¼ pi. green from Djedda. (Photo = 1 www) 6 64* 200 (€ 165)

1916: Proof of the 1/8 pi. orange-yellow, printed on heavy carton paper, a fresh and very

fine marginal example frm right of sheet. Extremely scarce, just one sheet of 50 stamps

printed. (Photo = 1 31) 7 Proof (*) 250 (€ 210)

ex 134

1916: 1 pi. "Powder Blue", the exceptional Proof block of four on heavy paper with roulette

20, a superb multiple from lower right corner of the sheet (unused as produced), matched

with the issued stamp in a fine block of four from upper right of sheet, unmounted og.

The powder blue is very rare - just 4 sheets were printed thus (200 stamps) and one is still

intact. 10 Proof 4(*) 500 (€ 415)

135

1916/17: 1 para imperforate Proof in deep blue (issued in claret) on very thick carton paper,

unused as produced, with Farouk cartouche on reverse. Extremely rare, just one sheet of 50

stamps printed, most probably originally donated to Farouk.

Provenance: Collection King Farouk of Egypt (1955). 11 Proof (*) 400 (€ 330)

Start price

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140

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142

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144

145

Gibbons Scott 2012

Start price

in CHF

Start price

approx. €

1916: 1 pi. blue, rouletted 20, a fine used example on 1917 cover addressed to Francis Hugh

Vallancey in London (an initiator, in 1920, of the Roll of Distinguished Philatelists) neatly

tied by "Djeddah / 3" datestamp (June 13) in black. Circular Censor marking-normally seen

on letters passing through Army P.O. SZ22- at left and reverse witrh Port Taufiq transit cds.

Fresh and fine cover. (Photo = 1 45) 10 6 160 (€ 135)

1917: OHMS Cover addressed to Brigadier General Paul in Cairo, franked by first issue Oct

1916 ½ pi. scarlet and perf. 10 1 pi. blue, Dec 1916 1/8 pi. yellow and ¼ pi. green and July

1917 1 pa. dull purple all tied by Mecca datestamps in black, reverse with triangular "Passed 2+ 6+ 7+

By Censor / 3939" cachet in red.

(Photo = 1 45) 8+ 11 6 200 (€ 165)

1917: "A Short Note on the Design and Issue of Postage Stamps prepared by the Survey

Dept. of Egypt for His Highness Emir and Sherif of Mecca and King of Hejaz", copy

number 37 presented and endorsed to Brigadier General Sir Ronald Storrs who oversaw

T. E. Lawrence (of Arabia) in the production of the first issue of Hejaz. A fine example with

all pages and plates intact, slight stain on front but extremely rare, especially so with this

endorsement. (Photo = 1 33)

1'200 (€ 995)

1920 (April 22): Cover from Mecca to Jeddah carried at concessionary rate of 16 para

(rather than ½ piastre or 20 paras), franked by 1917 1/8 pi. dull purple, minor bend, ¼ pi.

yellow and ½ pi. green all tied by "Mecca" arabic only datestamps. Djedda arrival datestamp

on reverse. A scarce cover-this combination of values is the minimum number of stamps

needed to make up this rate.

Note: For a short time between 1918 and 1920 there was an internal concessionary rate,

a discount of 20% from 20 paras to 16 paras for a single letter for mail carried between

Mecca, Medina and Jeddah. (Photo = 1 45) 11+ 12+ 13 6 150 (€ 125)

1918 (Dec 1): Cover from Mecca to Jeddah carried at concessionary double rate of 32 para

(rather than 1 piastre), franked by 1917 1/8 pi. dull purple vertical pair, ½ pi. green and

1 pi. red all tied by "Mecca" arabic only datestamps. Djedda arrival datestamp above.

Some peripheral ageing but a very scarce cover-this combination of values is the minimum

number of stamps needed to make up this rate. The sole recorded double rate cover carried

under the concession.

Note: For a short time between 1918 and 1920 there was an internal concessionary rate,

a discount of 20% from 20 paras to 16 paras for a single letter for mail carried between

Mecca, Medina and Jeddah. (Photo = 1 13) 11+ 13+ 14 6 500 (€ 415)

1916/17: 2 pi. imperforate Proof in deep blue (issued in claret) on very thick carton paper,

unused as produced, with Farouk cartouche on reverse. Extremely rare, just one sheet of 50

stamps printed, most probably originally donated to Farouk.

Provenance: Collection King Farouk of Egypt (1955). (Photo = 1 31) 16 Proof (*) 400 (€ 330)

1916/17: 2 pi. claret, imperforate Proof, unused on heavy carton paper, top marginal block

of four with large margin at top, creased between stamps and margin and a couple oflight

age spots, positions 34/8-9 on the sheet of 50, fine unused and very scarce, just six sheets

(two of which are still intact) produced. Rare multiple. (Photo = 1 29) 16 Proof 4(*) 300 (€ 250)

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1921 (Dec): Unframed Overprints, typographed in Mecca: 1 pi. blue, perforated 10 all

round, rare black overprint, posititon 9 on the one sheet recorded, a fine mint example with

large part og. An exceedingly rare stamp. Signed Thoden. Cert. Arabian Philatelic Society

(1991) Scott L17 var (unlisted)/Gi = £ 2'250. 17 * 1'000 (€ 830)

1921 (Dec): Unframed Overprints, typographed in Mecca: ¼ pi. green, rouletted 20, a

mint example, position 15 on the sheet of 50 subjects, usual slightly browned gum and

tropicalisation (only two sheets, 100 stamps were printed), large part og. A rare stamp.

Signed W.A. King. Cert. Holcombe (1989) Scott L16c = $ 800/Gi = £ 1'200. 19 * 460 (€ 380)

1921 (Dec): Unframed Overprints, typographed in Mecca: ¼ pi. green, rouletted 20, a mint

example, position 22 on the sheet of 50 subjects, variety "Overprint Inverted" (100 stamps

were printed), large part og. with tissue paper still attached to gum as usual. A rare stamp in

superb condition. Signed W.A. King. Cert. Arabian PAI (2004) Scott L16d = $ 1'750/Gi = £ 2'250. 19a * 850 (€ 705)

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124 / CHF 350

ex 165 / CHF 400

177 / CHF 200

178 / CHF 120

131 / CHF 600

130 / CHF 200

156 / CHF 500

153 / CHF 200

152 / CHF 120

187 / CHF 220 188 / CHF 250 182 / CHF 350

142 / CHF 300

147 / CHF 220

163 / CHF 240

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153

154

155

156

157

158

159

Gibbons Scott 2012

Start price

in CHF

Start price

approx. €

1921 (Dec): Unframed Overprints, typographed in Mecca: 1 pi. blue, rouletted 20, overprint

in black, mint example of this rarity, usual tropicalisating, position 11, lower left corner

missing but with large part og. A rare stamp and a fine space-filler. Signed Thoden. Opinion

King. Cert. Holcombe (1989) Scott L18d var = unpriced/Gi = £ 1'600. (Photo = 1 31) 20a * 250 (€ 210)

1921 (Dec): Unframed Overprint, typographed in Mecca: 1 para dull purple, a positional

block of six from base of sheet showing arabic Control 'Th.19' in margin at base, positions

36-37/41-42/46/47 on the sheet of 50 subjects, with position 41 showing variety "Arabic

Date Missing at Right". Fresh and fine with large part or unmounted og., some typical

scuffing. A rare block, only 60 sheets printed thus only 60 of the variety can possibly exist.

Also a marginal example from position 48 showing "Arabic Date at Left" missing with light 21+ 21a+

cto cancel at right but with paper thin. Signed W.A. King/David Graham. (Photo = 1 29) 21b 4*/** 220 (€ 185)

1921 (Dec): Unframed Overprints, typographed in Mecca: 1/8 pi. yellow, mint example,

positions 35, with variety "Overprint Inverted" and somewhat misplaced to right, fresh and

fine, large part og. Rare and much under-catalogued. Signed Thoden Gi = £ 190. (Photo = 1 31)

1921 (Dec): Unframed Overprints, typographed in Mecca: 1/8 pi. yellow, mint vertical pair

from right of sheet, positions 10/15, both stamps with variety "Overprint Double", fresh and

22c * 100 (€ 85)

fine, large part og. Rare. Signed Todd AIEP Gi = £ 800. (Photo = 1 31) 22d * 240 (€ 200)

1921 (Dec): Unframed Overprints, typographed in Mecca: 1/8 pi. yellow, with variety

"Overprint Double, One Inverted", position 30 (normal overprint) and position 21 (inverted

overprint), a fine large part og. example of a very rare stamp. Signed Abduh. Cert. Graham

(1992) Gi = £ 1'000 (Photo = 1 31) 22e * 400 (€ 330)

1921 (Dec): Unframed Overprints, typographed in Mecca: 1/8 pi. yellow, with variety

"Overprint Double, Both Inverted", position 8, a fine large part og. example of a very rare

stamp. Cert. Graham (1992) Gi = £ 1'000. (Photo = 1 31) 22f * 400 (€ 330)

1921 (Dec): Unframed Overprints, typographed in Mecca: 1/8 pi. yellow, mint block of four

from lower right of sheet with Control N-5-E, fresh and very fine, lower stamps unmounted

og. Scarce. (Photo = 1 29) 22 4*/** 120 (€ 100)

1921 (Dec): Unframed Overprints, typographed in Mecca: 1/8 pi. yellow, mint block of six,

positions 6-8/11-13, with position 12 showing variety "Arabic Date Missing at Right", fresh

and fine positional multiple, fine unmounted og. Rare. Signed W.A. King Gi = £ 675+.

(Photo = 1 29)

1921 (Dec): Unframed Overprints, typographed in Mecca: ½ pi. green, rouletted 13, a fine

mint example, variety "Overprint Double, One Inverted" with normal overprint (pos. 38)

and inverted overprint (position 13). An extremely rare stamp. Signed Abduh. Cert. Graham

22+ 22a 4** 200 (€ 165)

(1992) Scott L16e = $ 600/Gi = £ 900. (Photo = 1 31) 23db * 450 (€ 375)

1921 (Dec): Unframed Overprints, typographed in Mecca: ¼ pi. green, rouletted 13, a corner

block of four mint, and varieties with position 13 showing "Date Missing at Left" (Cert. Graham)

mint, position 30 marginal mint with "Date Missing at Right" (Cert. Graham), overprint inverted

variety on position 18 mint (signed King), overprint double variety on position 15 mint (Cert.

Graham) and overprint double variety with both inverted mint (Cert. Graham). Generally fine,

a scarce seldom offered genuine selection Gi = £ 900+. (Photo = 1 www) 23/23da * 200 (€ 165)

1921 (Dec): Unframed Overprints, typographed in Mecca: ½ pi. red, rouletted 13, the album

page with a mint control N-2-F block of four showing position 41 with "Date Omitted

at Right" variety (signed King), further example of this variety fine used (signed King),

mint example from position 15 with "Overprint Inverted" variety (signed King), "Overprint

Double" variety (signed King) fine used and extremely rare example with "Overprint

Double, Both Inverted" variety (signed Thoden) from position 38. Generally fine and a very

rare group Scott L17+L17a+L17c+L17d+L17e = $ 2'200+/Gi = £ 1'500. (Photo = 1 29) 24/24d * 500 (€ 415)

1921 (Dec): Unframed Overprints, typographed in Mecca: 1 pi. blue, rouletted 13, overprint

in black, a fine mint example showing variety "Date Omitted at Right", position 18 on the

sheet, fresh and fine unused example. A much under-catalogued stamp and very rare. Cert.

Graham (1992) Scott L18c var (unlisted)/Gi = £ 425. (Photo = 1 31) 25a (*) 180 (€ 150)

1921 (Dec): Unframed Overprints, typographed in Mecca: 1 pi. blue, rouletted 13, overprint

in black, a fine mint example showing variety "Overprint Inverted", position 40 on the sheet,

fresh and fine, large part og. example. Rare. Signed Thoden Scott L18c = $ 400/Gi = £ 550.

(Photo = 1 31)

1921 (Dec): Unframed Overprints, typographed in Mecca: 1 pi. blue, rouletted 13, overprint

in black, mint corner Control block of four (N-1-D), positions 41-42/46-47; with tissue

paper over browned gum and a matching block with carmine overprint from lower right

of sheet, positions 44-45/49-50, superb og. (both signed King) and a top left corner block

of four with the 'brown' overprint, pos. 1-2/6-7, fresh and fine, large part og. (signed Todd)

together with four single examples with brown-carmine through to carmine overprints. A

fine group Gi = £ 1'200+.

Note: The colour of the overprints derive from a decision to change the overprint from

black to red, this proceeded without cleaning the overprint plates and/or the ink container.

25b * 220 (€ 185)

(Photo = 1 www) 25+ 26+ 27 4* 320 (€ 265)


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128 / CHF 240

126 / CHF 200

ex 164 / CHF 110

ex 170 / CHF 180

133 / CHF 250

127 / CHF 200

148 / CHF 100

154 / CHF 450

ex 166 / CHF 120

ex 171 / CHF 200

176 / CHF 200

141 / CHF 400

150 / CHF 400

157 / CHF 180

168 / CHF 200

129 / CHF 150

ex 172 / CHF 170

149 / CHF 240

146 / CHF 250

151 / CHF 400

158 / CHF 220

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King Ali bin Hussein

Gibbons Scott 2012

Start price

in CHF

Start price

approx. €

1921 (Dec): Unframed Overprints, typographed in Mecca: 2 pi. claret, rouletted 13,

overprint in gold, a fine mint example from position 21 on the sole sheet of 50 printed (of

which 20 have never been found), tropicalised as normal but with fine appearance and full

original gum underneath tissue paper. A great rarity, unlisted by Gibbons and mentioned in

a footnote by Scott. Cert. Arabian PAI (2003).

Note: Ex the 'Al Mojaddedi' find. This find emanated from the family archives who had been

repaid in postage stamps when King Ali's troops looted his sugar imports during the Siege

of Jeddah in 1925. All of the gold overprinted stamps known come from one sheet which

was probably a Proof sheet for approval by King Hussain or the Hejaz Post Office. All of

the stamps found were somewhat toned having been stored for 80 years in Jeddah without

air-conditioning. 20 stamps have never surfaced, the balance were sold by the family in the

years since 1997. 28 var ** 2'000 (€ 1'660)

1921 (Dec): Unframed Overprints, typographed in Mecca: 2 pi. claret, rouletted 13, overprint

in black, a fine mint block of four from the second printing (deeper shade) positions 16-

17/21-22 fine unmounted og., and a mint corner Control block of four from lower left of

sheet from the third printing, positions 41-42/46-47, with position 41 showing the variety

"Date Omitted at Right", large part og. A scarce pairing. (Photo = 1 www) 28+ 28a 4* 100 (€ 85)

1921 (Dec): Unframed Overprints, typographed in Mecca: nine stamps with rouletted 13

issue, 1 pa. dull purple to 1 pi. blue with red overprint, 2 pi. claret and Postage Due 20 pa.

red, 1 pi. blue with red overprint and 2 pi. claret all tied to Posts & Telecommunications

160

sheet by "Mecca" arabic only datestamps (April 1, 1922) in black. Exceptional and very

21/24+ 26+

28+ D31+

scarce with all stamps plated.

(Photo = 1 33) D33/34 5 150 (€ 125)

163 1922 (Jan 7): Framed Hashemite Kingdom Overprint: 1 pa. deep purple, rouletted 13, mint

block of four, positions 32-33/37-38, showing variety "Double Overprint" in black, fresh and

fine, very fine large part og. Scarce multiple. Signed W.A.King Gi = £ 680+. (Photo = 1 29) 31b 4*/** 240 (€ 200)

164 1922 (Jan 7): Framed Hashemite Kingdom Overprint: 1 pa. deep purple, rouletted 13, a fine

mint corner Control N-9-G block of four, mint single with variety "Overprint Inverted",

fine large part og. (signed King), and single example with variety "Overprint Double, One

Inverted" fine mint, large part og. (Cert. Graham 1992). A fine and scarce group.

31+ 31a+

(Photo = 1 31) 31c 4* 110 (€ 90)

165 1922 (Jan 7): Framed Hashemite Kingdom Overprint: 1 pi. deep blue, mint block of

four from lower right corner of the sheet, mint example from right of sheet with variety

"Overprint Inverted" (opt. position 21), large part og. (Cert. APA, 1991) and a rare block of

four positions 28-29/33-34, with variety "Overprint Double", fresh and very fine, large part

og. (signed King). An exceptional group Scott L28/L28b = $ 575/Gi = £ 1'300. (Photo = 1 29) 35/35b 4* 400 (€ 330)

166 1922 (Jan 7): Framed Hashemite Kingdom Overprint: 2 pi. claret, mint examples (3) with

three different arabic only Controls from lower left of sheet, a fine and scarce mint block of

nine from lower right corner of the sheet (Control N-10-A), and a mint example (position

18) showing the variety "Overprint Double", large part og. Signed Thoden. Cert. Arabian

PAI (2004) Scott L29+L29a = $ 295/Gi = £ 420+. (Photo = 1 31) 36+ 36a 4* 120 (€ 100)

167 1922 (Jan 7): Framed Hashemite Kingdom Overprint: 2 pi. claret, second printing overprinted,

a complete sheet of 50 subjects, Control N-10-B, piece of margin missing at top but a scarce

and fine complete sheet, large part or unmounted og. Gi = £ 550+. (Photo = 1 www) 36 4*/** 160 (€ 135)

168 1925: Two Line Overprint applied in Jeddah: 1/8 pi. orange-yellow, rouletted 20, a fresh

mint example overprinted in red, variety "Overprint Inverted" on both sides of the stamp,

both overprint position 13, fresh and very fine, unmounted og. A very rare stamp. Cert. APA

(2001) Scott L51b var = unlisted/Gi = £ 550. (Photo = 1 31) 59ba ** 200 (€ 165)

169 1925: Two Line Overprint applied in Jeddah: 1/8 pi. orange-yellow, rouletted 20, a fresh

mint example overprinted in red, variety "Overprint on face and Double on Reverse", a fine

and scarce marginal example, opt. position 35 on fave and pos. 31 on reverse, large part og.

Cert. APA (2001) Gi = £ 375. (Photo = 1 31) 59c * 120 (€ 100)


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138 / CHF 1'200

162 / CHF 150 216 / CHF 500


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1925: Two Line Overprint applied in Jeddah: 1/8 pi. orange-yellow, rouletted 20, fresh mint

examples overprinted in red from position 27 and variety "Overprint Inverted" fresh mint,

also from position 27; also a normal example from position 39 (paler overprint) and variety

"Overprinted on Both Sides", all very fine og. A scarce and most appealing group, all signed.

Certs APA (2001) for three Gi = £ 480.

(Photo = 1 31)

1925: Two Line Overprint applied in Jeddah: ¼ pi. green, rouletted 20, overprinted in

blue, mint example (positions 24), and mint varieties with "Overprint Inverted" (pos. 37),

"Overprint on Both Sides" (pos. position 26 on face and opt. pos. 30 on reverse, some

toning, signed Holcombe), and a second example in better condition with the same variety

(pos. 33 on face and reverse) fresh unmounted og. A scarce group. Certs (3) APA (2001)

Scott L63/L63b = $ 725/Gi = £ 820.

(Photo = 1 31)

Gibbons Scott 2012

Start price

in CHF

Start price

approx. €

59+ 59a+

59b * 180 (€ 150)

61+ 61a+

61c */** 200 (€ 165)

1925: Two Line Overprint applied in Jeddah: ¼ pi. green, rouletted 20, overprinted in red, fresh

mint examples (2) one being marginal (positions 35 and 40), and mint varieties with "Overprint

Inverted" (pos. 37), "Overprint Double" (pos. position 33, only three sheets printed thus), and

"Overprint Double, One Inverted" variety (pos 19 and inverted 32), all generally fresh and very

fine, large part or unmounted og. Certs (3) APA (2001) Gi = £ 450+. (Photo = 1 31) 60/60c */** 170 (€ 140)

173

1925: Two Line Overprint applied in Jeddah: ¼ pi. green, rouletted 20, a fresh mint example

overprinted in gold flakes on red, position 22, a magnificent mint example of this very rare

stamp with full unmounted origal gum. Exceptional. Signed Graham, King and Wilson.

Cert. APA (2001) Scott L61 = $ 3'000/Gi = £ 3'000.

Note: It is believed the lower half sheet of 25 examples is still intact. 62 ** 1'000 (€ 830)

1925: Two Line Overprint applied in Jeddah: ½ pi. red, rouletted 20, overprinted in red, fresh

mint example (position 37, only 350 stamps printed) with large part og (signed Todd) and

with "Overprint Inverted" variety, fine mint but traces of tropicalisation, large part og. (signed

King); ½ pi. red optd. in blue mint, very fine og. example (position 34, only 250 stamps printed)

signed King; and variety "Overprint Inverted" (position 22), very fresh and fine, large part og.

example (only 150 overprinted) signed King. A scarce group Gi = £ 700+. (Photo = 1 37) 63/64a * 220 (€ 185)

1925: Two Line Overprint applied in Jeddah: 1 pi. blue, rouletted 20, overprinted in red,

fresh mint example in a superb block of four, positions 33-34/38-39, very fine and fresh

with large part og., "Overprint Inverted" variety on a toned mint example, position 33; and

a splendid sheet marginal example with variety "Overprint Double, One Inverted" (position

2/49) with superb og.-a rare stamp with just 100 examples printed thus. All are signed

W.A.King Gi = £ 640. (Photo = 1 29) 65/65b 4* 160 (€ 135)

1925: Two Line Overprint applied in Jeddah: 1/8 pi. yellow-orange, roulette 13, red

overprint, a mint vertical pair from lower left corner of the sheet with arabic Control

J-20, showing misplacement of overprint by two complete stamps (sheet positions 41/46,

overprint positions 43/48), fresh and fine, superb unmounted og. Signed W.A.King.

Provenance: Collection David Graham. (Photo = 1 31) 67 var ** 200 (€ 165)

1925: Two Line Overprint applied in Jeddah: 1/8 pi. yellow-orange, roulette 13, red

overprint, a mint block of four, positions 11-12/16-17, with variety "Overprint Inverted",

of fine appearance and a rare multiple with just three sheets believed overprinted thus

(D.F.Warin). Fresh and fine, large part og. with a couple of tone spots on gum. Signed

W.A.King Scott L56a = $ 400+/Gi = £ 520+. (Photo = 1 29) 67a 4* 200 (€ 165)

1925: Two Line Overprint applied in Jeddah: 1/8 pi. yellow-orange, roulette 13, red

overprint, a mint block of four, positions 39-40/44-45, fine large part og. with variety

"Offset Overprint on Reverse" affecting just two stamps, scarce and most unusual, large

part og. with minor tone spotting. Just 17 sheets overprinted. Signed Todd AIEP Scott L56 =

$ 240+/Gi = £ 260+. (Photo = 1 29) 67 4* 120 (€ 100)

1925: Two Line Overprint applied in Jeddah: ¼ pi. green, roulette 13, red overprint, a fresh

mint example, position 38, unmounted og., a superb vertical pair with variety "Overprint

Inverted", positions 19/24, fine unmounted og., and a splendid sheet marginal example

with rare variety "Overprint Double, One Inverted" (opt. position 6 upright and position 45

inverted), large part original gum. A splendid group. All signed W.A.King Scott L57+L57b+L57c 68+ 68a+

= $ 450/Gi = £ 640+.

(Photo = 1 37) 68b */** 280 (€ 230)


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Gibbons Scott 2012

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1925: Two Line Overprint applied in Jeddah: ¼ pi. green, roulette 13, blue overprint, a

spectacular vertical mint strip of three showing variety "Overprint Sideways Reading Up"

and almost doubled on the strip of three, overprint positions 18-19 with both overprints

nearly complete and also the upper line of overprint positions 23-24 showing at left.

Upper stamp lightly mounted and lower two fine unmounted og., merest suspicion of a

diagonal bend of no significance and not apparent on face, an extremely rare multiple - only

pairs are listed by Gibbons, unrecorded by Mayo or Wilson reading upwards. Signed 'ela'

(Mohammed Eid) and W.A.King. Certificate Arabian PAI (2004) stating 'the first example

in CHF approx. €

recorded by APAI'. Scott L65b var = $ 3'000+/Gi = £ 2'200+. 69c var */** 1'200 (€ 995)

1925: Two Line Overprint applied in Jeddah: ¼ pi. green, roulette 13, blue overprint, a

fine mint example and another with "Overprint Inverted" variety unmounted og., also ¼ pi.

green overprinted in gold fine mint and "Overprint Inverted" variety unmounted og. Fresh 69+ 69a+

and fine, all signed W.A.King Gi = £ 320+.

(Photo = 1 37) 70+ 70a */** 120 (€ 100)

1925: Two Line Overprint applied in Jeddah: ½ scarlet, roulette 13, deep red overprint, a

superb mint block of 25, being the upper half of the sheet of 25, some minor tone spots

on gum, however a splendid large multiple from an issue of just 15 sheets (D.F.Warin).

Exceptional and rare block. Signed W.A.King Scott L58 = $ 1'375/Gi = £ 1'250. (Photo = 1 29) 71 4*/** 350 (€ 290)

1925: Two Line Overprint applied in Jeddah: ½ pi. scarlet, roulette 13, deep red overprint,

position 39 with "Overprint Inverted" variety, large part og., and ½ pi. scarlet with blue

overprint (2), one normal with some toning, another with "Overprint Inverted" variety, 71a+ 72+

position 37, large part og. All are signed W.A.King Gi = £ 420+.

(Photo = 1 37) 72a * 100 (€ 85)

1925: Two Line Overprint applied in Jeddah: 2 pi. claret, roulette 13, deep red overprint,

a fine mint corner marginal Control N-10-A block of six unmounted og. with fingerprint

on one (signed Eid) and a single example with 2 pi. claret in a deeper shade, showing

variety "Overprint Inverted", position 37, fresh and fine, unmounted og. (signed Thoden)

Scott L60+L60a = $ 420+/Gi = £ 530. (Photo = 1 37) 74+ 74a 4* 160 (€ 135)

185

180

1925: Two Line Overprint applied in Jeddah in blue on 1921 ½ pi. scarlet with unframed

Hashemite Overprint in black, roulette 13, a fine mint example (overprints both position 49),

a fresh and fine mint example with large part original gum. An extremely rare stamp from the

one recorded sheet overprinted thus. Cert Arabain PAI (2007) Scott L67 = $ 2'750/Gi = £ 4'500. 76 * 1'500 (€ 1'245)

1925: Two Line Overprint applied in Jeddah in blue on 1922 ½ pi. scarlet with framed Hashemite

Overprint in black, roulette 13, a marginal mint example from left of sheet with variety "Two

Line Overprint in Blue Inverted", position 26 normal/overprint position 31 inverted, superb

and fresh example of a very rare stamp. Cert. Arabian PAI (2007) Scott L71a = $ 900/Gi = £ 1'800.

Provenance: Collection David Graham. 80a ** 750 (€ 625)

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188

189

190

191

Gibbons Scott 2012

Start price

in CHF

1925: Two Line Overprint applied in Jeddah in blue on 1922 ½ pi. scarlet with framed

Hashemite Overprint in black, roulette 13, a superb and fresh mint block of four, positions

14-15/19-20 on the sheet, very fine og. lower pair unmounted og. A very rare multiple.

Signed W.A.King. Cert. Arabian PAI (2007) Scott L71 = $ 400+/Gi = £ 640. (Photo = 1 29) 80 4*/** 220 (€ 185)

1925: Two Line Overprint applied in Jeddah in blue on 1922 framed Hashemite Overprint in

black, roulette 13, ¼ pi. green and 1 pi. red (both pos. 40) used on small piece in combination

with King Ali issue June 1925 Jeddah overprint ¼ pi. dull ultramarine (Setting F, pos. 1) and

1 pi. green (Setting F, pos. 3) both overprinted in black all tied to small piece by "Djedda"

datestamps (Sept 16, 1925) in black. A significant and very rare piece showing the concurrent

usage of the two issues whilst Jeddah was under siege (Late October 1924 until 79+ 80+

December 19, 1925) by Abdul Aziz Ibn Saud.

(Photo = 1 29) 178C+ 180C 5 250 (€ 210)

189

1925: Two Line Overprint applied in Jeddah in blue on 1922 framed Hashemite Overprint

in black, roulette 13, 2 pi. claret a fine unused example with framed opt. (position 12) and

"Overprint Inverted " blue Two Line overprint, position 39. Fresh and very fine example,

unused as discovered (only 50 can exist, none known with gum), couple of nibbed roulettes

of no importance, a rarity of Saudi Arabian philately. Cert. Arabian PAI (2003) Scott L73a/Gi =

£ 2'000. 83a (*) 800 (€ 665)

190

1925: Two Line Overprint applied in Jeddah in blue on 1922 framed Hashemite Overprint

in black, roulette 13, the enormously scarce mint set of six complete, with 1 pa. (position

19), the very rare 1/8 pi. yellow-orange superb mint (pos. 40), ¼ pi. green fresh unused (pos.

46), ½ pi. scarlet fresh mint (pos. 34), 1 pi. blue mint (pos. 34), and 2 pi. claret mint with sl.

thinge thin (pos. 38, signed Graham). A magnificent and rare set the 1/8 pi. being one of just

80 printed; all are signed by competent experts (Graham, ela (Eid), King or Thoden) and

Certs. (4) from APAI (2007). Scott L68/L73 = $ 3'220/ Gi = £ 5'000+. 77/83 * 1'500 (€ 1'245)

1925: Two Line Overprint applied in Jeddah in blue on 1922 framed Hashemite Overprint

in black, roulette 13, further overprinted 1 pi. in black on 1 pa. dull purple, variety "Two

Line Overprint in Blue Inverted", a superb mint example of a very rare stamp (Two Line opt.

position 34 / Framed Hashemite opt. pos. 17). Fresh and fine large part original gum. Signed

ela (Eid). Cert. Arabian PAI (2007) Scott L75a = $ 800/Gi = £ 2'250. 85a * 800 (€ 665)

191

Start price

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ex 174 / CHF 220

ex 184 / CHF 160

199 / CHF 250

ex 197 / CHF 200

200 / CHF 250

ex 213 / CHF 300

ex 179 / CHF 280

196 / CHF 280

ex 202 / CHF 350

ex 214 / CHF 200

ex 198 / CHF 400

181 / CHF 120

ex 208 / CHF 600

ex 211 / CHF 260

ex 215 / CHF 1'000

183 / CHF 100

201 / CHF 300

ex 212 / CHF 200


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192

193

194

195

196

197

198

199

192

Gibbons Scott 2012

Start price Start price

1925: Hejaz Govt. Three line Overprint (14 mm.) in red on ¼ pi. green, rouletted 20, mint

example with overprint reading up, position 33, fine with large part original dried gum. A

very rare stamp with just 150 printed. Cert. Arabian PAI (2007) Scott L78 = $ 550/Gi = £ 3'250.

in CHF approx. €

88

1925: Hejaz Govt. Three line Overprint (14 mm.) in blue on ¼ pi. green, rouletted 20, mint

example with overprint reading downwards "Overprint Inverted", overprint position 17, fine

with large part original gum. A extremely rare stamp. Cert. Arabian PAI (2007) Scott L77 var =

* 300 (€ 250)

unpriced/Gi = £ 1'700. 89a * 450 (€ 375)

1925: Hejaz Govt. Three line Overprint (14 mm.) in blue on ¼ pi. green, rouletted 20,

mint example with sheet margin at right, overprint reading up, overprint position 4, fine

with large part original gum. A extremely rare stamp with just 100 printed. Cert. Arabian

PAI (2007) Scott L77a = $ 550/Gi = £ 850. 89 * 300 (€ 250)

1925: Hejaz Govt. Three line Overprint (14 mm.) in red on ¼ pi. green, rouletted 13, mint

example with overprint reading up, variety "Overprint Triple", opt. position 40, marginal

from base of sheet, a superb unmounted og. example. An extremely rare stamp, Only 50

stamps can exist. Signed Todd AIEP Scott L80d = $ 600/Gi = Unpriced. 90d ** 400 (€ 330)

1925: Hejaz Govt. Three line Overprint (14 mm.) in red on ¼ pi. green, rouletted 13, mint

example with overprint reading downwards "Overprint Double, Both Inverted" variety, opt.

position 17, with the overprint applied over the top of a blank patch in the stamp where it

had adhered to the sheet above prior to overprinting, fresh and very fine, unmounted og.

Rare. Cert Arabian PAI (2007) Scott L80b = $ 450/Gi = £ 800.

Provenance: Collection Hibbert (March 1987), lot 283. (Photo = 1 37) 90a * 280 (€ 230)

1925: Hejaz Govt. Three line Overprint (14 mm.) in red on ¼ pi. green, rouletted 13, mint

example with overprint reading up (opt. position 36) unmounted og., and further marginal

mint example overprint reading down "Overprint Inverted", (opt. position 4), fresh and very

fine, unmounted og. Certs. Arabian PAI (2007) Scott L80+L80a = $ 300/Gi = £ 535. (Photo = 1 37) 90+ 90b ** 200 (€ 165)

1925: Hejaz Govt. Three line Overprint (14 mm.) in blue on ¼ pi. green, rouletted 13, mint

example with overprint reading up, opt. position 15, fine with slight scuff in gum; and ¼ pi.

green, a mint marginal example with overprint in blue reading down (position 45), fresh and

very fine large part og. Certs. Arabian PAI (2007) Scott L79+L79a = $ 700/Gi = £ 1'300. (Photo = 1 37) 91+ 91a * 400 (€ 330)

Saudi Arabia: Postage Dues

193

195

1916/17: Postage Due 20 para, Imperforate Proof on very thick carton paper, struck in deep

blue (issued in red), superb and extremely rare, just one sheet (50 stamps) produced for King

Farouk, with cartouche on reverse. (Photo = 1 37) D17 Proof (*) 250 (€ 210)

194


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200

201

202

203

204

205

Gibbons Scott 2012

Start price

in CHF

Start price

approx. €

1916/17: Postage Due 1 pi., Imperforate Proof on very thick carton paper, struck in deep

blue (issued in blue), superb and extremely rare, just one sheet (50 stamps) produced for

King Farouk, with cartouche on reverse. (Photo = 1 37) D18 Proof (*) 250 (€ 210)

1916/17: Postage Due-Imperforate Essay for the proposed 2 pi. value printed in blue (issued

in claret), the rejected design with smaller arabic "2" than the issued stamp (see Survey Book

figure 66), on heavy carton paper with wide margins all round. Rare and most unusual.

(Photo = 1 37)

1916/17: Postage Dues-Imperforate Proofs on heavy carton paper of the complete set of

three values: 20 pa. red, 1 pi. blue and 2 pi. claret, all in horizontal pairs, fresh and very fine

D19 Essay (*) 300 (€ 250)

unused and very scarce, just six sheets (two of which are still intact) produced of the lower D17/D19

values and four sheets (200 stamps) of the 2 piastre. Rare multiples. (Photo = 1 37) Proofs (*) 350 (€ 290)

1921 (Dec): Unframed Overprints, typographed in Mecca: Postage Due 2 pi. claret,

rouletted 13, overprint in gold, a fine mint horizontal pair from positions 24-19 on the sole

sheet of 50 printed (of which 23 have never been found), tropicalised as normal but with

fine appearance and full original gum underneath tissue paper. A great rarity, unlisted by

Gibbons and Scott. Cert. Arabian PAI (2003).

Provenance: Ex the Al Mojaddedi family archives and collection R. J. Thoden. D34 var * 2'000 (€ 1'660)

1924 (March): Postage Due set of three values all overprinted with framed Due overprint in

black on Gold overprinted Caliphate Arms Issue: ½ pi. deep rose, of good colour and usual

slighly browned reverse unused (Stamp position 9 / Due opt. pos. 7-Setting B,); 1 pi. deep

blue of fresh colour and fine unused (Stamp positon 31 / Due opt. pos 31 from Setting A, two

recorded) and 2 pi. orange, badly torn and with perf. missing at base but with gum ((Stamp

position 13 / Due opt. pos. 2 from Setting B). This issue is not recorded with gum. Despite

faults, a rare set of this most elusive of all Postage Dues. Certs. (3) Arabian PAI (2001) Scott

= Unlisted/Gi = £ 11'250. D57/D59 (*)/** 2'000 (€ 1'660)

Syria

203

204

1907: 1 pi. blue postal stationery envelope, used example to Germany cancelled by bold

strike of bilingual HAMIDIÉ (DAMAS) datestamp in black (Coles & Walker fig. 47). Reverse with

Beyrouth cds and Offenburg arrival (Dec 11). Scarce. (Photo = 1 45) 6 150 (€ 125)


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207

208

Thailand

French Steamboat

'Cambodge'

206

206 / CHF 2'000

Scott 2012 Start price

in CHF

Start price

approx. €

1869: Cover and complete contents, mailed from Bangkok to Scutari / Albania and struck

with italic "Consulat de France à Bangkok" in blue endorsed at upper right "Via Trieste",

carried on French Paquebot "Cambodge" and struck with fine "LIGNE N / PAQ. FR. No.

2" datestamp in black (Salles 1921). The cover arrived in Suez on Aug 19, and was transshipped

via French P.O. in Alexandria (Aug 21) via Trieste and Vienna (Sept 1) and thence

to the French Consul in Scutari. Blue manuscript '85' deleted and altered to 40 (kreuzer)

due in blue crayon. A magnificent and extraordinary Exhibition item to a most unusual

destination. 6 2'000 (€ 1'660)

1899: 1 s. red on yellow postal stationery card with typed "Union Postale" at top, sent

registered to Rotterdam, Netherlands and up-rated with 1887 12 a. lilac & carmine and 1899

3 a. on 12 a. tied by "Bangkok" cds's. Registration "R" handstamp at left and Rotterdam

arrival (Oct 22). A fine and scarce card. (Photo = 1 45) 16+ 58 6 300 (€ 250)

1899: "Korat" set of five values, printed from the rejected die and issued in error, fine used

examples, the 2 a. with corner perf. repair, the three higher values all with readable "Korat"

datestamps (December 1899) struck in black, a rare set Mi II-VI = € 2'350/Gi = £ 1'900. (Photo = 1 37) 82/86 600 (€ 500)


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209

210

211

212

213

214

215

216

217

218

Scott 2012 Start price

in CHF

Start price

approx. €

1907 (April 24): Fiscals overprinted for postage, the set of three values mint or used, with

10 t. with slight crease and large part og., the 20 t. with thin and fine used but for tears and

repairs at base, the exceedingly rare 40 t. mint with heavy horizontal crease but otherwise

fresh and fine with large part og. Mi 61/63 = € 5'000+/Gi = £ 6'950. 106/108 1'200 (€ 995)

1909: 2 atts on 1½ atts red on yellow postal stationery card, H&G 10b, sent registered to

Tammerfors, Finland and up-rated with September 1908 2 a. on 24a. purple & blue and 9 a.

on 10 a. ultramarine tied by "Bangkok-2" datestamps. Registered label at left and bilingual

Tammerfors cds of receipt (May 2) alongside. Naples transit on reverse of a fine and scarce

card. (Photo = 1 45) 110+ 112 6 220 (€ 185)

1908: Statue of Chulalongkorn, the set of seven values complete, 1 t. and 2 t. values mint

with large part og., 3 t. - 40 t. values fine used, the 20 t. with a few nibbed perforations but

a rare set Mi 73/79 = € 700+/Gi = £ 800+. (Photo = 1 37) 118/124 260 (€ 215)

1918: Victory Overprint, the 3 b. grey-black & green and 5 b. grey-black & violet; fresh and

fine mint examples overprinted in red, large part og. The key values and very scarce Mi 148/149

= € 730/Gi = £ 825. (Photo = 1 37) 195/196 * 200 (€ 165)

1996: Golden Jubilee of Coronation, compl. set of five values in three gutter pairs, with

different or identical stamps within one pair, unmounted with full original gum.

(Photo = 1 37)

1999: Royal Palaces, complete set of four values in two gutter pairs, unmounted with full

1663-1667 ** 300 (€ 250)

og. (Photo = 1 37) 1871-1874 ** 200 (€ 165)

2000: Bees, complete set of four souvernir sheets, showing variety missing perforation, MS 1927aunmounted

with full og.

(Photo = 1 37) 1930a ** 1'000 (€ 830)

United Nations

1999: UNO Vienna Unispace III, two miniature sheets in a horizontal pair, unusual and

rare. (Photo = 1 33)

** 500 (€ 415)

1999: UNO New York and Geneva Unispace III miniature sheets, together in a horizontal

pair, unusual and rare. (Photo = 1 www)

** 500 (€ 415)

Uruguay

209

1864: 12 c. blue, four margined example with three huge margins and close at upper left,

used on 1865 cover to Buenos Aires tied by oval Montevideo datestamp (Jan 22) in black,

also an unusual cover registered cover with 1892 5 c. blue (2, one with perf. fault) and 10 c.

orange used to San Marino. (Photo = 1 45) 23 6 150 (€ 125)

We accept consignments of suitable rarities and collections or entire estates for our forthcoming auctions at any time. Please

do not hesitate to contact our Philatelic Experts to discuss further details for consignments. Absolute discretion is guaranteed.


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United States of America

(see also lots 2983-3088 UPU Transatlantic Mail in the 180 Corinphila catalogue)


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219

220

221

222

223

224

United States of America (see also lots 2983-3088 UPU Transatlantic Mail in the 180 Corinphila catalogue)

Burlington, Vermont ca. 1845

219

Scott 2012 Start price

in CHF

Start price

approx. €

1847: 5 c. red-brown on bluish paper, a magnificent sheet marginal example used on 1849

entire letter to Proctorville, Vermont tied by red handstamp with superb "Burlington / Vt."

despatch datestamp below. File fold well away from the adhesive. A superb entire. 1 6 1'000 (€ 830)

1845 (Oct 7): Entire letter from New York franked by Postmaster's Provisional 5 c. black

(two examples) slightly overlapping each initialled "A.C.M." in red manuscript and

cancelled by pen in blue; red "New York / 10 Cts." datestamp at left and figure altered to

"5" at left. Left stamp with minor fault in right hand vertical margin, but a most unusual

10 cents franking. (Photo = 1 13) 9X1 6 800 (€ 665)

1848 (April 27): Entire letter from Fort Gibson, Cherokee Nation, mailed pre-paid to Ohio;

with manuscript '10 c.' at top and striaght line "PAID" alongside fine (for this) "FORT

GIBSON" datestamp (April 30) in black. Fort Gibson guarded the South West corner of the

Louisiana Purchase and is now in Oklahoma, but at the time of this letter was in "Indian

Territory". Interesting content "the Indians carry their knives and pistols with them and the

first one that offends them, they just out with their pistol and shoot him and if that fails then

out come the knife...I don't believe there passes a day but that someone is killed either Negro

or Indian, they are the most wicked set I ever come across...". A superb and rare entire.

(Photo = 1 13)

1852c: Envelope to Heidelberg endorsed "via Havre, paid" in manuscript, with red New

York cds at right and straight line PAID ALL and "7" also oin red AMERICA / ÜBER

BREMEN in red at top and very rare (possibly unrecorded, applied in Aachen) transit

handstamp in italics "Fr. 2 5/12" in red at left. Reverse with "Deutz-Minden" TPO and

6 500 (€ 415)

framed Heidelberg arrival (May 31). Small faults but very unusual cover. (Photo = 1 45) 6 160 (€ 135)

1855c.: Outer letter sheet to Heidelberg via Liverpool with New York despatch cds (June

30) in black, framed NOT PAID alongside and superb strike of 63/18 R AMERICA / ÜBER

/ BREMEN in red and manuscript "81" (kreuzers) due on receipt, Reverse with "Deutz-

Minden" TPO and framed Heidelberg arrival (July 22). Small imperfections but rareunlisted

by Van Der Linden. (Photo = 1 45) 6 200 (€ 165)

1855/57: Entire letters (2) both to Locarno, Switzerland, each struck on despatch by fine

SAN FRANCISCO / CAL datestamps in black, mailed via Panama route to New York,

thence via Closed Mail, with each entire showing AACHEN / FRANCO framed handstamps

in red of transit and thence to Locarno. Extremely unusual fully paid usages, both of which

open well for Exhibit display. (Photo = 1 45) 6 180 (€ 150)


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226

227

228

229

230

231

232<

Scott 2012 Start price

in CHF

1861/66: Lincoln 15 c. black, used example with straight edge at top on 1869 cover to

Waltensburg, Graubründen, Switzerland tied by black cork cancellation with "New York

Paid All / Br. Transit" cds at right (April 6) in red. Reverse with St. Louis despatch cds (Apr

1) and transits and Jlanz arrival. (Photo = 1 45) 77 6 100 (€ 85)

1867 (March 27): Wrapper to Bremen endorsed "per Str. Union", franked by Black Jack 2

c. tied by "Baltimore" cds in black with large "½" handstamp in black and superb three line

AMERICA / ÜBER BREMEN / FRANCO in blue. A scarce usage. (Photo = 1 45) 73 6 180 (€ 150)

227

1869: 2 c. brown, used with 3 c. ultramarine and 10 c. yellow on 1869 Prussian Closed

Mail cover to Flims, Graubründen, Switzerland all tied by segmented cork cancels in black

with Chicago despatch cds (Dec 13) alongside. "New York Paid All / Br. Transit" datestamp

adjacent in red (Dec 15). Reverse with Basel, Zurich (Dec 27) and Chur datestamps. A

delightful and scarce three colour franking paying the 15 cent Closed Mail rate (valid 1868

through 1870).

1873/: Plate Proofs on India paper 1 c. to 15 c. together with 1875 2c. and 5 c. all in issued

colours (10), 1883/87 India paper imperforate Proofs in issued colours (11) and three

(Photo = 1 www)

Start price

approx. €

113+ 114+

116 6 750 (€ 625)

different Special Delivery Proofs, a fine group, colourful and scarce. (*) 150 (€ 125)

USA Officials

1873: Imperforate Plate Proofs for Agriculture 1 c.-30 c. in yellow on car paper (and eight

values to 24 c. on India paper), Interior Dept. set of ten values in red both on Card and

on India paper; Justice Dept. set of ten on card paper and on India paper in violet; Navy

Department set of 11 (also the Plate Proofs on India paper in a complete set of eleven); a fine

and scarce selection, wildely under-catalogued by Scott (circa $400). (Photo = 1 www)

(*) 200 (€ 165)

USA: Canal Zone

Canal Zone 1924/34: Lot with better sets and values unused, including Postage Dues Scott =

$725.

(Photo = 1 www)

USA: Hawaii

84/95,

J18/20 * 180 (€ 150)

1853/65: Lot four unused stamps incl. 1853 King Kamehameha 13 c. dark-red with reprint,

1864 Numeral 2 c. black and 1865 Numeral 5 c. blue on blue-grey paper (fold and spot).

Mixed group with good to broad margins Sc = $ 2'300. (Photo = 1 www) 6/21 */(*) 400 (€ 330)

Venezuela

1951: Airmail Miniature Sheets (17) with four values for III Games, all fresh and fine,

unmounted og.Mi: 730/33 (Photo = 1 www) C337a ** 200 (€ 165)


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117 / CHF 150

205 / CHF 150

139 / CHF 150

136 / CHF 160

223 / CHF 200

118 / CHF 100

222 / CHF 160

210 / CHF 220

ex 224 / CHF 180

137 / CHF 200

119 / CHF 160

207 / CHF 300

ex 218 / CHF 150

226 / CHF 180

225 / CHF 100


46 177. Corinphila Auktion · 26. Februar - 1. März 2013

Deutschland: EINZELLOSE

Altdeutsche Staaten

Siehe auch Lose 3049-3093 UPU Transatlantic Mail im 180. Corinphila Katalog


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Deutschland: EINZELLOSE

233

234

235

236

237

238

Dienstag 26. Februar 2013, 15.00 h

Altdeutsche Staaten

Siehe auch Lose 3049-3093 UPU Transatlantic Mail im 180. Corinphila Katalog

Michel 2012 Ausrufpreis

in CHF

Bayern 1807: Faltbrief datiert Augsburg 9. August und adressiert nach Dresden, oben

rechts ein sauberer Abschlag des roten Zweizeilers 'R.4.AUGSBURG CHARGE', daneben

Taxvermerke mit Rötel Feuser/Münzberg Nr. 148-12 = DM 800. (Photo = 1 62) 6 150 (€ 125)

1 Kr. grauschwarz von erster Platte mit Plattenfehler "rechte untere Ecke beschädigt" (Feld

D 23), allseits breitrandig mit Teilen aller vier Schnittlinien, klar entw. mit Halbkreisstp.

LUDWIGSH(AFEN) 27. 12. Ein seltenes Stück, kommt nur einmal im 180er Druckbogen

vor. Attest Sem (2012) Vogel PF XXXI = € 4'000. (Photo = 1 53) 1/I/a 600 (€ 500)

Oldenburg 1859: 1 Gr. schwarz auf grauultramarin (indigo), sauber entw. mit dem blauen

Einkreisstp. von LANGWARDEN, mit Plattenfehler: "untere Randlinie stark unterbrochen",

in dieser Kombination eine sehr seltene Marke in tadelloser Erhaltung. Atteste Berger und

Stegmüller (beide 2012) Mi = € 4'200. (Photo = 1 53) 6c-PFII 500 (€ 415)

Thurn & Taxis 1864 (4. Juli): Umschlag 9 Kr. braun, Wertstp. entw. mit zartem Ringstp. "288" mit

Nebenstp. RUDOLSTADT 4/7 (1864), versandt an Leutnant von Hopffgarten bei der "Combinierten

Cavallerie Division" während des zweiten Deutsch-Dänischen Krieges in Nord-Jütland, das Ende

Juni von preussischen Truppen besetzt worden war. Rücks. Transitstp. HAMBURG TH.&T.

5.7.1864 und HAMBURG 6 7 64, tarifrichtige 9 Kr. Postvereins-Gebühr für Brief über 20 Meilen,

ab Hamburg als Feldpostbrief gebührenfrei befördert. Mit Destination Nord-Jütland sind bisher

zwei Briefe und fünf Ganzsachen bekannt, alle aus selber Korrespondenz mit teils wechselnden

Anschriften, welche die Truppenbewegungen in Jütland belegen. (Photo = 1 62) 6 350 (€ 290)

Ausrufpreis

ca. €

237

Sachsen 1850: Sachsendreier 3 Pf. dunkelzinnoberrot Platte III, Type 12, farbfr., allseitig

voll- bis breitrandig, rechts und unten Teile des bayrischen Systems der Schnittlinien

erkennbar, entw. mit sauberem Zweikreisstp. "LEIPZIG .... (6) ½ - 7". Sehr schönes Stück

in einwandfreier Erhaltung. Händlersignatur Koenigsfest, Attest Rismondo (2012) Mi = € 8'000. 1a 4'500 (€ 3'735)

238

1850: Sachsendreier 3 Pf. lebhaftbräunlichrot Platte III, Typen 17 & 18 im waagr. Paar auf

Briefstück, farbfr., links breitrandig, sonst vollrandig, teilweise leicht berührt, im Markenzwischenraum

ist das bayrische Liniensystems erkennbar, entw. mit sauberem zweizeiligem

Langstp. "ALTENBURG 2.FEB.1851" in blauer Farbe (weiterverwendeter Thurn und Taxis-

Stempel). Sehr seltenes und wirkungsvolles Stück, zudem noch in der seltenen Farbe. Es

handelt sich um eines von 18 bei Bühler bekannten waagr. Paaren, abgebildet im Handbuch

auf Seite 39. Signatur Ressel, Attest Rismondo (2012) Mi =€ 50'000 1c 5 7'500 (€ 6'225)


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Markt von Leipzig

239

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in CHF

1850: Sachsendreier 3 Pf.mittelkarminrot Platte II, Type 10, farbfr. und deutlich geprägt,

allseitig breitrandig, oben und unten Teile des sächsischen Liniensystems erkennbar, entw.

mit sauberem Zweikreisstp. "LEIPZIG 10.AUG.50 ...5½ - 6", portogerecht verwendet auf

kompletter Drucksachenschleife nach Weißenfels. Sehr seltenes und fehlerfreies Ganzstück,

Atteste Senf (1939) und Rismondo (2012) Mi = € 40'000. 1b 6 20'000 (€ 16'600)

Ausrufpreis

ca. €


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240

Blick auf Leipzig

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in CHF

1850: Sachsendreier, 3 Pf. in sehr schöner, leuchtender orangeroter Nuance, Platte

III, Typen 13 und 18 im senkr. Paar dreisetig voll bis sehr gut gerandet mit Bogenrand

unten (oben berührt) sauber entwertet mit Doppelkreisstp. "LEIPZIG 18. OCT 50"

auf Drucksachenschleife mit Beförderungspuren und teilgeschwärzter Anschrift (zu

Präsentationszwecken mit Falz-befestigtem farbgleichen Papier abgedeckt), das Paar

ansonsten frisch, die seltene Unterrandmarke in tadelloser Erhaltung, abgebildet in dem

Handbuch von Bühler auf Seite 42. Attest Rismondo (2012) Mi = EUR 45'000

Provenienz: Sammlungen Seybold und Syracuse. 1a 6 8'500 (€ 7'055)

Ausrufpreis

ca. €


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242

243

Ansicht von Glauchau

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in CHF

Ausrufpreis

ca. €

1850: Sachsendreier, 3 Pf. ziegelrot, Platte IV, Typen 1 - 3 im waagr. Dreierstreifen, sehr

schön farbfr. und mit deutlicher Prägung, zweiseitig gut bis breit gerandet, , oben teils an

den Randlinien geschnitten, unten links gering berührt sauber entwertet mit Doppelkreisstp.

"LEIPZIG 9. MAI 51" auf kl. Vordruck-Streifband nach Glauchau. Ein vorders. Durchschnitt

ausserhalb der Frankatur hinterklebt; insgesamt sehr schöne und völlig ursprüngliche

Erhaltung. Dies ist einer von fünf bekannten Dreierstreifen einer Nr. 1 auf Ganzstück, von

den anderen vier ist einer stark fehlerhaft und einer repariert. Abgebildet in dem Handbuch

von Bühler auf Seite 38, eine grosse Sachsen- und Altdeutschland-Seltenheit. Attest

Rismondo (2012) Mi ohne Briefbewertung; EUR 65'000 für gest. Dreierstreifen. 1a 6 20'000 (€ 16'600)

Württemberg 1797/1800: Zwei Belege von Biberach nach Kempten, mit Schreibschrift-

Einzeiler "von Biberach" (Feuser 287-3 = DM 500) bzw. "v. Biberach." (Feuser 287-5 = DM 500). Ein

schönes Paar. (Photo = 1 www) 6 150 (€ 125)

1875 (27. Juli): 14 Kr. orangegelb (2, Ausgabe 1869) in Mischfrankatur mit 10 Kr. Pf. (1875,

Marke leicht über den Briefrand rechts geklebt, Zähnung leicht gebogen), alle Werte je

übergehend gest. "Klein-Süssen 27. Jul. 1875" (Stempel min. verwischt) auf eingeschriebenem

Wertbrief über 120 Mark nach Antwerpen/BE. Seltene Währungsmischfrankatur Kr./Pf. Mi =

€ 3'500. (Photo = 1 62) 41+ 46 6 400 (€ 330)


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246

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250

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252

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256

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258

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in CHF

Kleines Brustschild, 1/2 Gr. rötlichorange, ungebr. in dunkler Nuance, sehr gut erhaben

geprägt, Pracht. Attest Sommer (1995) Mi = EUR 1'300. (Photo = 1 53) 3 * 150 (€ 125)

1/3 Gr. dunkelgrün, postfr. Oberrandmarke mit Anlagepunkt für die Zähnung (Feld 6) mit

Zahnbesonderheit: Ausgefallenes Zähnungsloch oben und unten in der 8. Position (FZL o/u 8),

Kabinett. Attest Sommer (2001) Mi = € 600+. (Photo = 1 53) 17b ** 120 (€ 100)

1 Gr. karmin, postfr. linker oberer Eckrand-Viererblock mit vollen Bogenrändern

(oben mit Tesafilm gestützt), sehr gut geprägt, dabei die beiden unteren Marken mit

Plattenfehler: Akzent über C in REICHS- auf der ersten Strichleiste, Feld 11 und 12, Marken

in Kabinetterhaltung. Attest Sommer (1999). (Photo = 1 53) 19/XXIIIa 4** 250 (€ 210)

1900: Freimarken Germania mit Inschrift "REICHSPOST" 2 Pf. - 80 Pf., postfr. kompl.

Satz aller zehn Werte, jeweils vom oberen Bogenrand. Attest Oechsner BPP (1999) Mi = €

850+. (Photo = 1 www) 53-62 ** 150 (€ 125)

1900: Freimarke Reichsgründung 5 M. mit Inschrift "REICHSPOST", postfr. vom oberen

Bogenrand. Attest Jäschke (1997) Mi = € 1'800. (Photo = 1 53) 66II ** 300 (€ 250)

1900: Reichspost 5 M. grünschwarz & karmin, Type Ib, Nachmalung nur mit Deckweiss,

ungest. in sehr guter Qualität. Attest Oechsner (2012) Mi = € 800. (Photo = 1 53) 66/IV * 200 (€ 165)

1902: Freimarken Germania mit Inschrift "DEUTSCHES REICH" 2 Pf. - 80 Pf., postfr.

kompl. Satz aller zehn Werte, 5 Pf. zweifach in zwei Farbnuancen, 40 Pf. vom linken

Bogenrand Mi = € 2'500. (Photo = 1 53) 68-77 ** 400 (€ 330)

1905: Freimarken Germania mit Wz. Rauten, postfr. kompl. Satz aller elf Werte 2 Pf. - 80

Pf., teilweise vom Bogenrand Mi = € 1'800. (Photo = 1 53) 83-93 ** 300 (€ 250)

1905: Germania Friedensdruck 10 Pf. orangerot, sauber gez., postfr. und mit Originalgummi,

Attest Jäschke-Lantelme BPP (1999) Mi = € 700. (Photo = 1 53) 86/Id ** 150 (€ 125)

1912: Doppeldecker 50 Pf. schwärzlichgrün, waagr. Paar mit linkem Bogenrand und Abart:

ungez., wie immer ohne Gummi, seltene Einheit und angeblich nur 50 Stück bekannt Mi = €

5'000. (Photo = 1 53) 112U (*) 600 (€ 500)

ex 254

ex 255

Ausrufpreis

ca. €

1924: Flugpostmarke Holztaube (IV), kompl. Satz sieben Werte als postfr. Unterrand- 344X HAN-

Viererblöcke mit Hausauftragsnummern (HAN) Mi = € 6'000, dabei 348 HAN - 350 HAN -.- .

1926: Flugpostmarke Adler, farbfr. kompl. Satz acht Werte als postfr. Viererblöcke z.T.

von Bogenrand, Bogenecke oder aus Heftchenblatt 47, 5 Pf. grün und 15 Pf. graulila mit

350X HAN 4** 1'000 (€ 830)

Sammlerstp. Mi = € 4'800+, dabei Nr. 384 mit HAN -.- nicht gerechnet. 378-384 4** 1'000 (€ 830)

1927: IAA Tagung Internationales Arbeitsamt, kompl. Satz drei Werte im postfr. Viererblock

vom rechten Bogenrand Mi = € 960+. (Photo = 1 53) 407-409 4** 150 (€ 125)

1927: IAA-Tagung, 15 Pf. zinnoberrot im waagr. postfr. Paar, linker Wert mit Abart

"Bindestrich zwischen "10." und "15." fehlt" Mi Spez = € 880. (Photo = 1 53) 408 I ** 300 (€ 250)

1927: IAA-Tagung, 8 Pf. grün und 15 Pf. zinnoberrot, je im postfr. Viererblock, linker

oberer Wert mit Abart "Bindestrich zwischen "10." und "15." fehlt" (15 Pf.) bzw. nur mit

Ansatz des Bindestrichs (8 Pf.) Mi Spez = € 2'380. (Photo = 1 53) 407I,408I 4** 700 (€ 580)


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Ausrufpreis

ca. €

1933 (14.12.): Nothilfe-Block, Herzstück zusammen mit 8 Pf. Friedrich Ebert Kehrdruck

aus MH, 1 Pf. Hindenburg, 4 Pf. und 6 Pf. Nothilfe Wagner aus Markenheftchenbogen, 412,500

entw. mit Datumsstp. und Wellenstp. von Gelsenkirchen auf Einschreibebrief mit Eilboten B,502B508nach

Witten-Annen (15.12.) Mi = € 3'200+.

(Photo = 1 68) 511,512 6 500 (€ 415)

1928: Zeppelin 4 RM schwarzbraun im Paar vom linken Bogenrand, postfr., rechte Marke

mit Abart: weisser Punkt links unten am 'K' von REICHSMARK Mi Spez ohne Preis.

(Photo = 1 53)

1928/31: Luftschiff "Graf Zeppelin", kompl. Satz drei Werte in postfr. Viererblocks von der

424,424 I ** 250 (€ 210)

rechten oberen Bogenecke Mi = € 2'040+. (Photo = 1 55) 423,424,455 4** 400 (€ 330)

1929: Nothilfe 50 Pf. + 40 Pf. im Paar vom linken Bogenrand, postfr., linke Marke mit

Abart: +40 "PE" statt "PF" Mi Spez = € 760. (Photo = 1 53) 434,434 I ** 300 (€ 250)

1930 (26. April): 1. Südamerikafahrt Zeppelin Sondermarken 2 RM lilaultramarin +

4 RM schwarzbraun, je mit Bogenrand und Reihenzahl links, ungebraucht mit vollem

Originalgummi, farbfr. und tadellos gezähnt Mi = € 3'500 (Photo = 1 53) 438X+ 439Y ** 1'000 (€ 830)

264<

264

1930: Luftschiff "Graf Zeppelin", 1. Südamerikafahrt, beide Werte in postfr. Viererblocks

von der rechten oberen Bogenecke. Rechte untere Marke des Viererblocks zu 4 M. mit

Abart: Blitz neben Adler. Attest Diena (1973) Mi = € 15'200+. 438-439 4** 4'000 (€ 3'320)

265 1930: IPOSTA - Block, postfr. Signiert Peschl BPP Mi = € 1'600. (Photo = 1 55) Bl. 1 ** 300 (€ 250)

266 1930: Blockausgabe IPOSTA ungebr. mit Originalgummi, vorders. minimes unbedeutendes

Fleckchen unten links, sonst in sauberer Erhaltung. Sign. Schlegel BPP Mi = € 1'600.

(Photo = 1 55)

** 300 (€ 250)

267 1930: IPOSTA - Block, je zwei Marken entw. mit Sonderstp. der Internationalen Postwertzeichen-

Ausstellung vom 20.9.1930. Signiert Georg Bühler Mi = € 2'000. (Photo = 1 55) Bl. 1 400 (€ 330)

268 1930: IPOSTA, Herzstück des Blocks, entw. mit Sonderstp. der Internationalen

Postwertzeichen-Ausstellung Berlin vom 17.9.1930 auf Einschreibebrief nach Hamburg mit

weiterem nebenges. Abschlag des Sonderstp. und spez. Einschreibezettel der Ausstellung Mi

= € 1'000+. (Photo = 1 62) 446-449 6 200 (€ 165)

269< 1931: Zeppelin Polarfahrt, kompl. Satz drei Werten 1 M. - 4 M. , je vom linken oberen

Bogenrand, postfr. mit Originalgummi, Luxuserhaltung. Signiert Georg Bühler auf dem

Bogenrand, Attest Schlegel BPP (2004) Mi = € 4'000+. (Photo = 1 59) 456-458 ** 3'500 (€ 2'905)

270< 1931: Polarfahrt "Graf Zeppelin", drei postfr. Werte 1 M. - 4 M. vom Bogenrand. Attest

Diena (1996) Mi = EUR 4'000. (Photo = 1 53) 456-458 ** 1'500 (€ 1'245)


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250 / CHF 400

235 / CHF 500

ex 251 / CHF 300

253 / CHF 600

260 / CHF 250

244 / CHF 150

252 / CHF 150

258 / CHF 700

263 / CHF 1'000

249 / CHF 200

257 / CHF 300

245 / CHF 120

246 / CHF 250

262 / CHF 300

248 / CHF 300

ex 270 / CHF 1'500

ex 256 / CHF 150


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in CHF

Ausrufpreis

ca. €

271< 1931: Luftschiff "Graf Zeppelin", Polarfahrt, drei Werte in postfr. Viererblocks von der

rechten oberen Bogenecke. Anhaftungsstelle im oberen Bogenrand des 2 M. - Viererblocks.

Attest Diena (1973) Mi = € 16'000+. (Photo = 1 54) 456-458 4** 4'000 (€ 3'320)

272< 1933: Zeppelin-Marken 1 M. - 4 M., kompl. Serie von drei Werten mit Aufdruck

'Chicagofahrt Weltausstellung 1933', voller Originalgummi mit Erstfalz Mi = € 1'200.

(Photo = 1 www) 496-498 * 250 (€ 210)

273< 1933: Luftschiff "Graf Zeppelin", Chicagofahrt, drei Werte in postfr. Viererblocks von der

rechten oberen Bogenecke. Attest Diena (1973) Mi = € 16'000+. (Photo = 1 59) 496-498 4** 4'000 (€ 3'320)

274 1933: Nothilfe Wagner, kompl. postfr. Satz der neun Werte zu 3 Pf. - 40 Pf., teilweise vom

Bogenrand Mi = EUR 2'400. (Photo = 1 59) 499-507 ** 450 (€ 375)

275 1933: Nothilfe Wagner, sieben postfr. Werte des Satzes, dabei die Höchstwerte zu 12 Pf. - 40 499,501-

Pf., teilweise vom Bogenrand Mi = EUR 2'355.

(Photo = 1 59) 502,504-507 ** 400 (€ 330)

276 1933: Nothilfe Wagner, kompl. Satz neun Werte in postfr. Viererblocks vom linken

Bogenrand oder von der linken unteren Bogenecke Mi = € 9'600. (Photo = 1 55) 499-507 4*/** 1'800 (€ 1'495)

277 1933: Nothilfe-Block postfr. in Originalgrösse (209 x 148 mm) Mi = € 7'000. (Photo = 1 55) Bl. 2 ** 1'400 (€ 1'160)

278< 1934: Kuvert adressiert nach Sao Paulo/Brasilen, frankiert mit einem Herzstück aus dem

Nothilfe-Block und vier versch. Werten 'Adler auf Sockel', sauber entw. mit fünf Abschlägen 379-382+

des Zweikreisstp. mit Brücke "Berlin 2.2.34", seltene Frankatur Mi = € 1'700+. (Photo = 1 62) 508-511 6 400 (€ 330)

279< 1934: Flugpost Steinadler, Lilienthal & Zeppelin, kompl. postfr. Satz elf Werte in

Viererblocks von der linken oberen Bogenecke Mi = €3'000+. (Photo = 1 55) 529x-538x 4** 600 (€ 500)

280 1934: Nothilfe Berufe, kompl. postfr. Satz neun Werte in Viererblocks, z.T. von der linken

oberen Bogenecke Mi = € 2'200+. (Photo = 1 55) 556-564 4** 400 (€ 330)

281 1935: OSTROPA-Block, ungest. im Originalformat (148 x 104 mm) ohne Gummierung, die

beim Grossteil der Blocks entfernt wurde Mi = €1'100. (Photo = 1 55) Bl. 3 (*) 200 (€ 165)

282 1935: OSTROPA-Block im Originalformat (148 x 104 mm) ohne Gummierung, entw. mit

einem zentr. Abschlag des Sonderstp. der OSTROPA vom 25. 6. 1935 Mi = € 900. (Photo = 1 57) Bl. 3 200 (€ 165)

283 1935: OSTROPA-Block im Originalformat (148 x 104 mm) ohne Gummierung, entw.

mit zwei Abschlägen des seltensten Sonderstp. "CRANZ - ROSSITTEN SCHIFFSPOST

27.6.35" Mi = € 900+. (Photo = 1 57) Bl. 3 200 (€ 165)


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ex 261 / CHF 400

ex 276 / CHF 1'800

ex 279 / CHF 600

281 / CHF 200

265 / CHF 300

ex 280 / CHF 400

277 / CHF 1'400

266 / CHF 300

267 / CHF 400


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in CHF

1935: OSTROPA-Block im Originalformat (148 x 104 mm) mit Original-Gummierung, aber

ohne Beschädigung, entw. mit zwei Abschlägen des Sonderstp. "GROSSES MOOSBRUCH

SCHIFFSPOST 30.6.35" Mi = € 900+. (Photo = 1 57) Bl. 3 250 (€ 210)

1935: OSTROPA-Block und Komponisten kompl. Satz drei Werte, entw. mit zentr.

Abschlägen des Sonderstp. vom 23.6.1935 (Ersttag) auf Einschreibebrief mit R-Zettel des

Sonderpostamtes, versendet innerhalb von Königsberg Mi = € 1'500. (Photo = 1 www) Bl.3,573-575 6 300 (€ 250)

1935: Nothilfe Volkstrachten, kompl. Satz aller zehn Werte als postfr. Zehnerblocks von

Bogenrand oder -ecke Mi = € 2'000+. (Photo = 1 www) 588-597 ** 300 (€ 250)

1945: Parteiorganisationen SA & SS, vierseitig ungez. aus unfertigen Beständen, je als

linkes Bogenteil à zwölf Marken. (Photo = 1 www) 909U-910U 4** 150 (€ 125)

1945: Parteiorganisationen SA & SS mit Zusatzfrankatur Hindenburg-Freimarken, entw.

"BERLIN C 25 20.4.45.-12" auf Einschreibebrief mit Ankunftsstp. "BERLIN C 2 20.4.45.-

18". Nach momentaner Literaturlage wurden ca. 300 derartige Belege auf den beiden

geöffneten Postämtern C25 und C2 in Berlin-Mitte abgestempelt, aber nicht mehr postalisch

transportiert. Altattest Bühler (1978) Mi = € 3'000. (Photo = 1 68) 909-910 6 500 (€ 415)

Deutsches Reich: Dienstmarken

1938/44: Parteidienstmarken kompl. Bogenserie zu 11 Werten postfr. je 100 Stück, mit Wz

1 Pfg + 5 Pfg + 16 Pfg, Rest ohne Wz. Mi = € 4'460, nur einfache Marke berechnet ohne Randstücke.

(Photo = 1 www)

1942/44: Parteidienstmarke 4 Pfg. schwarzgrünlichblau im mittig gefalteten Bogen mit

rücks. Bogenabklatsch, postfr.. Im kompl. Bogen selten Mi = € 500, nur einfache Marke berechnet ohne

144/165 ** 550 (€ 455)

Randstücke und Reihenzahlen. (Photo = 1 www) 157 ** 380 (€ 315)

Deutsche Kolonien & Auslandspostämter

Ausrufpreis

ca. €

German P.O.'s 1903 (June 4): Postcard sent registered to Washington DC franked by 1901

overprinted 10 pf. carmine and 20 pf. ultramarine tied by "Tientsin" cds's, with registration

label at left tied on arrival by Washington DC datestamp (July 6) in violet. Seattle transit at

right, minor corner bend but a fine and attractive card. (Photo = 1 62) 17+ 18 6 160 (€ 135)

1911 (8.12.): Ganzsachenpostkarte 10 Pf. rot mit Aufdruck "5 / Deutsch-Ostafrika /

Pesa", entw. mit Datumsstp. von Mahenge, versandt als eingeschriebene Postkarte mit

Zettel 'Mahenge (Deutsch-Ostafrika)' nach Posen, taxiert, Ankunftsstp."Posen (13.1.12)",

Weiterleitung nach Berlin (14.1.). (Photo = 1 62) 6 180 (€ 150)

1914 (Sept 14): Freimarken 3 Pf. im Paar und 5 Pf. (beschädigt), entw. mit Brückenstp.

DOUALA , 14.9,14, KAMERUN (laut Stempelkatalog bis 27.9.14 verwendet), übergehend auf Postkarte

mit nebenges. violettem Gummistp. "Ueberwachungsstelle / Kais. Schutztruppe für

Kamerun" (laut Stempelkatalog verwendet bis zum 14.9.14, Letzttag, € 350). Douala wurde am 27. September

1914 durch britsche und französische Truppen eingenommen. (Photo = 1 62) 7,21/I 6 150 (€ 125)

1901 (6.2.): Deutsche Reichspost Ganzsachen-Postkarte, Zusatzfrankatur Adler 10

Pf. rot, steiler Aufdruck "Marianen" und 20 Pf. blau, steiler Aufdruck "Karolinen", je

sauber entw. mit Datumsstp. SAIPAN MARIANEN, eingeschrieben mit R-Zettel von

Saipan (Marianen) nach Alzey mit rücks. Ankunftsstp. (16.5.). Nebenges. ein violetter

Handstempel YSLAS MARIANAS / YSLA DE SAIPAN mit Krone, eine ungewöhnliche Kar. 4/II,

späte Verwendung eines spanischen Kolonialstempels. Signiert Bothe BPP. (Photo = 1 62) Mar. 3/II 6 350 (€ 290)

Deutsche Abstimmungsgebiete: Schleswig

1920: Dienstmarken, kompl. Satz zu 14 Werten 2½ Pf. - 10 M. mit Aufdruck "C I S", all

Marken ausser der ungummierten D12 sind postfr. mit Originalgummi. Handschriftliche

Bestätigung der Echtheit durch Else Brudenell-Bruce, der philatelistisch interessierten

Gattin des Generalsekretär der CIS, Charles Brudenell-Bruce (April 1920), sie spricht von

einer Auflagenhöhe von zehn Sätzen. Attest Gruber BPP (2012) Mi = € 4'000+. (Photo = 1 59) D1-D14 (*)/** 750 (€ 625)

Sudetenland

Karlsbad 1938: Trauermarke Masaryk 2 Kr. grünschwarz (3) mit Zierfeld im Viererblock

aus der linken oberen Bogenecke in postfr. Erhaltung, je mit dunkelbläulich-violettem

Handstp.-Aufrdruck "Karlsbad 1. X. 38". Auflage nur 114 Stück, somit ein sehr seltenes

Stück, zumal in postfr. Erhaltung. Attest Brunel (2012) Mi Spez = € 1'700 in gest. Erhaltung, postfrisch nicht

aufgeführt bzw. mit keinem Preis versehen. (Photo = 1 57)

46 Zf ws ** 500 (€ 415)


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296 / CHF 500

297 / CHF 400

282 / CHF 200

284 / CHF 250

301 / CHF 200

313 / CHF 150

283 / CHF 200

ex 309 / CHF 250

299 / CHF 1'500


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309

310

311

312

313

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in CHF

Ausrufpreis

ca. €

1938: Legionäre 50 H. schwärzlichopalgrün (2) mit zwei Zierfeldern im Viererblock vom

rechten Bogenrand in postfr. Erhaltung, je mit dunkelbläulich-violettem Handstp.-Aufdruck

(Vouziers) "Karlsbad 1. X. 38". Auflage nur 124 Stück, somit ein sehr seltenes Stück. Attest

Brunel (2012) Mi Spez = € 2'400 für zwei Marken mit Zierfeld. (Photo = 1 57) 55 Zf w ** 400 (€ 330)

1938: Legionäre 50 H. schwärzlichopalgrün (waagr. Paar) in postfr. Erhaltung, je mit

dunkelbläulich-violettem Handstp.-Aufrdruck (Doss Alto) "Karlsbad 1. X. 38". Auflage nur

150 Stück. Attest Brunel (2012) Mi Spez = € 500 für zwei Einzelmarken. (Photo = 1 59) 56 ** 150 (€ 125)

1938: Legionäre 50 H. schwärzlichopalgrün im Elferblock mit unterem Bogenrand in postfr.

Erhaltung, je mit dunkelbläulich-violettem Handstp.-Aufrdruck (Doss Alto) "Karlsbad 1. X.

38", dabei zweimal als Kehrdruck. Unteres Bogenrandpaar Zähnung leicht angetrennt und

gefaltet. Auflage nur 150 Stück (sic!), eine vergleichbare Einheit ist bisher nicht bekannt.

Attest Brunel (2012) Mi Spez = € 4'650 für die Einzelmarken. (Photo = 1 57) 56,56 K ** 1'500 (€ 1'245)

1938: Fügner 50 H. schwärzlichopalgrün in postfr. Erhaltung und 1 Kr. karminrot in ungest.

Erhaltung ohne Gummierung, beide mit Zierfeld vom Bogenrand und mit dunkelbläulichviolettem

Handstp.-Aufrdruck "Karlsbad 1. X. 38". Attest resp. Befund Brunel (2012) Mi Spez 57 Zf w,58

= € 400 nur für die 50 H.

(Photo = 1 59) Zf w (*)/** 150 (€ 125)

1938: Fügner 1 Kr. karminrot mit Zierfeld links im senkr. Paar vom linken Bogenrand in

postfr. Erhaltung mit dunkelbläulich-violettem Handstp.-Aufrdruck "Karlsbad 1. X. 38".

Bei einer Auflage von 255 Stück ein sehr seltenes Stück. Attest Brunel (2012) Mi Spez = € 800 für

die Einzelmarken mit Zierfeld. (Photo = 1 57) 58 Zf w ** 200 (€ 165)

1938: Briefmarkenausstellung Pilsen 50 H. bläulichgrün im Viererblock in postfr.

Erhaltung mit dunkelrosa Handstp.-Aufrdruck "Karlsbad 1. X. 38". Herstellungsbedingte

Gummiunebenheit, als Viereblock selten. Attest Brunel (2012) Mi Spez = € 320 für die Einzelmarken.

(Photo = 1 59)

Karlsbad 1938: Lot 31 Briefmarken mit Aufdruck "Karlsbad 1. X. 1938", dabei zwei

Briefstücke und grössere Einheiten, auch mit besseren Werten wie Freimarken Staatswappen

5 H. schwarzkobalt (3) oder Sokol-Winterspiele 1 Kr. lilakarmin mit herstellungsbedingtem

62 4** 120 (€ 100)

Bug Mi = € 2'600+. (Photo = 1 www) 1/63 300 (€ 250)

Deutsche Besetzungen II. Weltkrieg

Frankreich 1940/45: Lot zwei Marken und drei Briefe, dabei Besetztes Gebiet Nordfrankreich,

Paar 1 Fr. grün mit kopfst. Aufdruck ungest. (Mi Spez nicht bewertet), Paar 50 C. blau Aufdruck

Typ I auf Brief (2), Signiert Pickenpack und Dr. Dub, sowie 1945 Handelskammer St.

Nazaire, beide Werte auf Einschreiben, Attest Tust BPP Mi Spez = € 2'590+. (Photo = 1 www)

400 (€ 330)

Litauen 1941: Landesausgabe komplett 2 K. - 80 K. auf eingeschriebenem Briefumschlag,

jeder Wert entw. mit Datumsstp. "VILNIUS 9 27.8.1941". Jeder Wert im Couvertinnern mit

Signatur Krischke BPP. Mi Spez = € 500. (Photo = 1 www) 1-9 6 100 (€ 85)

Pleskau 1942 (10.1.): Sowjetische Ganzsache Kolchosbäuerin 20 Kop. rot mit Überdruck

"Pleskau 60 kop." im Rahmen, Zusatzfrankatur 20 Kop. hellrot und 60 Kop. grünoliv, entw.

mit Kreisstegstp. von Pskow, eingeschrieben aber ohne rücks. Text. (Photo = 1 62) 10,11 6 180 (€ 150)

Pleskau 1942 (10.1.): Sowjetische Ganzsache Kolchosbäuerin 20 Kop. rot mit Überdruck

"Pleskau 60 kop." im Rahmen, Zusatzfrankatur 20 Kop. hellrot, 60 Kop. grünoliv und

60+40 Kop. braun mit Abart: X statt K, entw. mit Kreisstegstp. von Pskow, eingeschrieben

aber ohne rücks. Text. (Photo = 1 62) 10-12 6 180 (€ 150)

Pleskau 1942 (31.1.): 60 Kop. grünoliv, entw. mit Kreisstegstp. von Pskow, auf

eingeschriebener Dienstpostkarte des Arbeitsamtes. (Photo = 1 62) 11y 6 150 (€ 125)

Serbien 1941/43: Lot vier Blocks, dabei Semendria gez. und ungez. und beide

Kriegsinvaliden-Blocks Mi = € 800. (Photo = 1 57) Bl.1-Bl.4 ** 250 (€ 210)

Alexanderstadt 1942: Lot vier gest. Aufdruckmarken 1,50 Rbl. auf 10 Kop. blaugrau,

1,50 Rbl. auf 15 Kop. graugrün, und 3 Rbl. auf 60 Kop. karmin (2), vier Befunde Zirath 4/II+ 5/III+

BPP (2012) Mi = € 1'650.

(Photo = 1 59) 11/III 300 (€ 250)

Alexanderstadt 1942: Aufdruck "16 8 41 B ALEX 1.50" (Rbl.) auf 20 Kop. grün, postfr. in einwandfreier

Erhaltung. Signiert E. Keiler; Attest Zirath BPP (2012) Mi = € 1'700. (Photo = 1 59) 6/II ** 350 (€ 290)

Alexanderstadt 1942: Aufdruck "16. 8. 41 B ALEX 3 Rbl 3" auf 20 Kop. grün, gest. Signiert

E. Keiler; Attest Zirath BPP (2012) Mi = € 1'700. (Photo = 1 59) 9/III 350 (€ 290)

Deutsche Feldpost 2. Weltkrieg

1942: Kleines Heftchen (8.5 x 6 cm) mit einer Serie von Panorama-Aufnahmen von Leningrad

während der deutschen Belagerung mit der Beschriftung VOR LENINGRAD 1942. Die

Bilder wurden offensichtlich mit einer speziellen Teleskopkamera aufgenommen und

zeigen alle wichtigen Gebäude und Industrieanlagen. (Photo = 1 57)

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298 / CHF 150

ex 274 / CHF 450

269 / CHF 3'500

ex 295 / CHF 750

273 / CHF 4'000

ex 300 / CHF 150

ex 275 / CHF 400

ex 310 / CHF 300

311 / CHF 350

312 / CHF 350

328 / CHF 400

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ex 333 / CHF 200


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in CHF

Kreta 1944: Luftfeldpostmarke, gez. im waagr. Paar vom oberen Bogenrand mit

Summenzählern "60" und "70" mit schrägem, kopfst. Aufdruck in roter Fabe "Inselpost

zwischen Zierleisten" in ungebr. Erhaltung, linke Marke oben links mit einigen, nicht

störenden stumpfen Zähnen, Vorfaltung zwischen den Marken und Nachgummierung bis

auf den jeweiligen Bereich des erhöht gesetzten Prüferzeichens von Carl Lange. Trotz der

beschriebenen Einschränkungen ein sehr seltenes ungebr. Exemplar des schrägen, kopfst.

Kreta-Lokalaufdrucks. Attest Petry (2012) Mi Spez = € 5'000 für ein postfrisches Paar mit kopfstehendem

Aufdruck. 7A K (*) 1'000 (€ 830)

Lokalausgaben

1923: Gebührenzettel 'Taxe perçue' je auf drei Auslands-Streifbänder des Berliner Tagblatts

sowie 'Taxe perçue' Gummistp. in grün mit breitem roten Rahmen ebenfalls auf Streifband

des Berliner Tagblatts, dazu Auslandsstreifband des 'Kicker' -Verlags Stuttgart mit rotem

'Dt. Reich Taxe perçue' - Stp. und Aufgabstp. von Stuttgart plus Handstp.'4,8 Mill.' in violet,

alle nach Grenchen in die Schweiz. Mi = € 2'000 (Photo = 1 www) 6 200 (€ 165)

Alliierte Besetzung: Bi-Zone

1949: Hannover Messe - Block (2), beide mit der dunkelviolettultramarinen 30 Pf., einmal postfr.,

einmal entw. mit Ersttags-Sonderstp. Signiert Schlegel BPP Mi = € 360. (Photo = 1 www) Bl. 1a 80 (€ 65)

Sowjetische Zone

314

Ausrufpreis

ca. €

Thüringen 1945: Weihnachtsblock auf grauem Papier (Papiertyp t) mit Plattentyp I (Kerbe

in "D") in einwandfreier postfr. Erhaltung Mi = € 1'700. (Photo = 1 63) Bl. 2 t ** 300 (€ 250)

1945: Weihnachtsblock auf grauem Papier (Papiertyp t) mit Plattentyp III (Kerbe in "S"),

zentr. entw. "ERFURT 17.1.46". Attest Zierer BPP (1980) Mi = € 3'200. (Photo = 1 63) Bl. 2 t 600 (€ 500)

1945: Weihnachtsblock auf weissem Papier (Papiertyp x) mit Plattentyp I (Kerbe in "D") in

einwandfreier postfr. Erhaltung. Befund Bühler (1977) Mi = €1'800. (Photo = 1 63) Bl. 2x ** 350 (€ 290)

1945: Weihnachtsblock auf weissem Papier (Papiertyp x) mit Plattentyp IV (Kerbe in "5")

in tadelloser Erhaltung, entw. "RANIS (KR. ZIEGENRÜCK) 18.12.45" (Ersttag). Attest

Ströh BPP (1996) Mi = 3'600+. (Photo = 1 63) Bl. 2x 800 (€ 665)

1945: Weihnachtsblock auf weissem Papier als Sonderdruck ohne Durchstich in postfr.

Erhaltung. Attest Sturm (1977) Mi = € 4'500. (Photo = 1 63) Bl. 2 S ** 800 (€ 665)

1946: Wiederaufbau Nationaltheater Weimar (4), je zwei Blocks geschnitten bzw. Bl. 3A,Bl.

durchstochen, jeweils einmal postfr. und gest. Mi = € 390.

(Photo = 1 www) 3B 70 (€ 60)

1946: Wiederaufbau Thüringen, Block je in postfr. und gest. Erhaltung, entw.

"MEININGEN 31.3.46" Mi = € 2'100. (Photo = 1 63) Bl. 4 400 (€ 330)

1946: Leipziger Messe, alle vier möglichen postfr. Herzstücke des Grossbogens, je

zwei Herzstücke gez. (A) bzw. geschn. (B) und mit fallendem (X) bzw. steigendem (Y)

Wasserzeichen. Es handelt sich hier um Bogenteile mit jeweils vier Marken in jeder Ecke

jeden Bogenteiles, so dass neben den Herzstücken auch alle möglichen waagr. und senkr.

Zusammendrucke enthalten sind. (Photo = 1 63) 162-165 4** 2'500 (€ 2'075)

1946: Leipziger Messe (4), je zwei Blocks mit steigendem bzw. fallendem Wz., jeweils

einmal postfr. und gest., entw. mit Sonderstp. vom 12.5.46. Mi = € 1'060. (Photo = 1 63) Bl. 5 200 (€ 165)


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in CHF

Ausrufpreis

ca. €

1946: Leipziger Messe, Block mit steigendem Wz. und Abart: gesamter Druck nach unten

verschoben, dadurch erscheint der Druckvermerk oben links statt unten links, entw. mit

Sonderstp. vom 12.5.46. Signiert Ströh BPP. (Photo = 1 63) Bl. 5 Y a 200 (€ 165)

1946: Leipziger Messe, zwei Grossblocks mit fallendem Wz. X, wie üblich auf dem

Unterrand mit Sonderstp. vom 8.5.46 versehen. Befinden sich in der originalen Schutzhülle

Mi = € 1'000. (Photo = 1 62) Bl. 5 S X (*) 200 (€ 165)

1948: II. Kontrollratsausgabe 60 Pf. braunkarmin, 1 M. braunoliv, 2 M. violett, 3 M.

braunrot und 5 M. violettblau mit Bezirksstempelaufdrucken des X. Bezirks "41 Meerane" 179X,II

Nr. 41/62a resp. 41/62b, je entw. mit Kreisstegstp. von Meerane. Atteste Böheim BPP aXa,IIbX

(2012) Mi Spez = € 2'500.

(Photo = 1 59) ,IIcX,IIdX 400 (€ 330)

1949: Goethe-Block (3), postfr. und entw. mit Sonderstp. "WEIMAR 1749 Goethe 1949"

bzw. "LEIPZIG (Kopf des jungen Goethe) C1 28.8.49" (Bochmann Nr. S 223). Attest Paul BPP

(2001) Mi = € 2'120. (Photo = 1 63) Bl. 6 400 (€ 330)

Berlin

330 1948: Gemeinschaftsausgabe mit schwarzem Aufdruck BERLIN, kompl. Satz 2 Pf .- 5 M.

postfr., alle signiert Dr. Dub Mi = € 400. (Photo = 1 www) 1-20 ** 60 (€ 50)

331 1949: Währungsgeschädigten-Block in postfr. Erhaltung Mi = € 950. (Photo = 1 63) Bl. 1 ** 200 (€ 165)

332 1949: Währungsgeschädigten-Block, entw. mit Sonderstp. vom 17.12.1949. Attest Schlegel

(1978) Mi = € 2'200. (Photo = 1 63) Bl. 1 400 (€ 330)

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1920: Bayern Kronprinz Leopold mit Aufdruck SARRE, kompl. Satz 14 Werte 5 Pf. -

10 M. (60 Pf. und 1 M. doppelt vorhanden), ungest., Markwerte mit Signaturen Dr. Dub,

Schneider BPP und Burger BPP Mi = € 1'400+. (Photo = 1 59) 18-31 * 200 (€ 165)

1948: Hochwasserhilfe, beide Blocks in einwandfrei postfr. Erhaltung Mi = € 1'500.

(Photo = 1 63)

1950: Aufnahme in Europarat, beide Werte in einwandfrei postfr. Erhaltung in Viererblocks.

Bl. 1,Bl. 2 ** 300 (€ 250)

Mi = € 880. (Photo = 1 59) 297-298 4** 150 (€ 125)

Bundesrepublik Deutschland

ex 336

1951/52: Posthornsatz, kompl. Satz 16 Werte im Viererblock mit Originalgummi, z.T.

gefalzt, gest. 1951/52 in Rheinhausen. Attest Schlegel (1984) Mi = € 5'690 nur für je zwei waagrechte

Paare. 123-138 4 2'000 (€ 1'660)

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294 / CHF 350

307 / CHF 180

233 / CHF 150 236 / CHF 350

268 / CHF 200 278 / CHF 400

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320 / CHF 800

ex 324 / CHF 2'500

ex 329 / CHF 400

318 / CHF 600

321 / CHF 800

ex 325 / CHF 200

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2012

1920: s/w Ansichtskarte 'Z-Luftschiff Bodensee' adressiert nach Berlin, zwei versch.

Bordstp. in Schwarzviolett, Frankatur entw. "Berlin W - 20.1.20", keine Beförderung

mit Zeppelin, letzte Fahrten am 5. bzw. 11. Dezember 1919. Ausführliches Attest Sieger

Ausrufpreis

in CHF

Ausrufpreis

ca. €

(1994). (Photo = 1 65) 19 6 150 (€ 125)

1929: Fahrt über dem württ. Oberland am 4. Februar, farbige Werbekarte der Zeppelin-

Eckener-Spende adressiert nach Stuttgart, unfrankiert abgeworfen über Ravensburg und bei

Ankunft in Stuttgart mit '15' Pfg. taxiert, roter Bordstp. mit Datum "4. FEB" Sieger = € 300.

(Photo = 1 65)

1929: Werkstattfahrten im Bodenseegebiet am 22. März, s/w Ansichtskarte 'Graf Zeppelin

LZ 127' adressiert nach Berlin-Steglitz, bildseitig frankiert mit zwei versch. Werten 'Adler

auf Sockel', abgeworfen über Lindau und nach Übergabe an die Post sauber entw. 'Lindau

022/IVb 6 150 (€ 125)

22.3.29 -16', Bordstp. in karminrot vor- und rücks. Sieger = € 500. (Photo = 1 65) 022/IXa 6 200 (€ 165)

1929: Orientfahrt vom 25. - 28. März, s/w Ansichtskarte 'LZ 127 In Fahrt' adressiert nach

Jerusalem, Einzelfrankatur mit einer Flugpostmarke 'Adler auf Sockel' 1 M und sauber

entw. 'F'hafen 24. MRZ 29', Sonderbstätigungsstp in Rotlila, abgeworfen über Jerusalem,

Ankunftsstp. 'Jerusalem 27 MR 29' Sieger = € 1'150. (Photo = 1 68) 23f 6 500 (€ 415)

1929: Weltrundfahrt vom 7. August - 4. September, Karte adressiert nach Berlin-

Charlottenburg, frankiert mit einer Frei- und einer Flugpostmarke, jeder Wert sauber entw.

mit Zweikreisstp. mit Brücke "F'hafen Bodensee - 15. AUG 29 - Luftpost", befördert auf der

Rundfahrt F'hafen - F'hafen Sieger = € 500. (Photo = 1 65) 30Ad 6 180 (€ 150)

1929 (26. Sept.): 1. Schweizfahrt, Karte vom Abwurf Bern (26.IX.29-14) frankiert mit 15

Pf. und sauberer Bordpostentwertung SLH ZF12.H.a = CHF 600. (Photo = 1 65) 35h 6 180 (€ 150)

1929: 1. Schweizfahrt, Kuvert adressiert nach Bern, Einzelfrankatur mit einer Zeppelinmarke

2 M lilaultramarin, sauber entw. mit dem Bordpoststp. "Luftschiff Graf Zeppelin 26.9.1929",

abgeworfen über Bern Sieger = € 350. (Photo = 1 65) 35h 6 150 (€ 125)

1929: 1. Schweizfahrt, s/w Ansichtskarte 'Luftschiff LZ 127' (bildseitig einige Klebestellen)

adressiert nach Görlitz, ein sauberer blanko Abschlag des Bordpoststp. "Luftschiff Graf

Zeppelin 26.9.1929', abgeworfen über Neuchâtel wo die Schwezer Frankatur mit dem

Rasierklingenstp. "Neuchâtel 26. IX. 29 - 15" entw. wurde Sieger = € 950. (Photo = 1 65) 35i 6 400 (€ 330)

1929: 2. Schweizfahrt, s/w Ansichtskarte 'Das Luftschiff Graf Zeppelin über der Werft'

(Eckbug oben rechts) adressiert nach Hamburg, frankiert mit einer Flugpostmarke 'Adler

auf Sockel' 20 Pfg. schwärzlichgrauultramarin, sauber entw. mit Bordpoststp."Luftschiff

Graf Zeppelin - 27.9.1929", abgeworfen über Interlaken Sieger = € 750. (Photo = 1 65) 36a 6 320 (€ 265)

1929 (27. Sept.) 2. Schweizfahrt, Karte vom Abwurfversuch Genf (27.IX.29-18) frankiert

mit Tell 20 Rp. rot und sauberem Bordpoststempel. BefS = 183 SLH ZF13.A.a = CHF 600.

(Photo = 1 65)

1929: 3. Schweizfahrt am 28. September, Kuvert adressiert nach Buchau/Württ., frankiert

mit einem waagr. Sechserstreifen 'Adler auf Sockel' 5 Pfg. dunkelopalgrün (Mi Nr. 378),

entw. mit Bordpoststp. "Luftschiff Graf Zeppelin - 28.9.1929", abgeworfen über Zürich,

36b 6 180 (€ 150)

Originalunterschtift des Kapitäns Sieger = € 400. (Photo = 1 65) 37b 6 180 (€ 150)

1929: 3. Schweizfahrt, s/w Ansichtskarte 'Luftschiff Graf Zeppelin nach dem Gewitter'

(bildseitig einige Klebestellen) adressiert nach Genf, frankiert mit drei versch.

Flugpostmarken 'Adler auf Sockel', entw. mit zwei Abschlägen des Bordpoststp. 'Luftschiff

Graf Zeppelin 28. 9. 1929', abgeworfen über Chur wo die Schweizer Flugpostmarke am

gleichen Tag abgestempelt wurde Sieger = € 600. (Photo = 1 65) 37d 6 250 (€ 210)

1929: 3. Schweizfahrt am 28. September, Kuvert adressiert nach Zürich, Einzelfrankatur mit

einer Freimarke Hindenburg 25 Pfg. blau (Mi Nr. 416), entw. mit Bordpoststp. "Luftschiff

Graf Zeppelin - 28.9.1929", abgeworfen über Chur, Ankunftsstp, 'Chur 28. IX. 29 - 17' Sieger

= € 600. (Photo = 1 65) 37d 6 200 (€ 165)

1929 (28. Sept.): 3. Schweizfahrt, nicht mehr abgeworfene Karte von der Abgabe

Friedrichshafen frankiert mit 15 + 20 Pf. und sauberer Bordpostentwertung, wie üblich

ohne Ankunftsstp. SLH ZF14.H = CHF 800. (Photo = 1 65) 37g 6 200 (€ 165)

1929: 4. Schweizfahrt am 2. Oktober, Karte adressiert nach Troyes/F, Einzelfrankatur mit

einer Flugpostmarke 'Adler auf Sockel' 50 Pfg. rötlichorange, sauber entw. mit Zweikreisstp.

mit Brücke "Luftschiff Graf Zeppelin - 2.10.1929", abgeworfen über Biel, Ankunftsstp.

"Biel 2. X. 29 - 16" Sieger = € 500. (Photo = 1 65) 39d 6 200 (€ 165)

1929: 4. Schweizfahrt am 2. Oktober, s/w Ansichtskarte 'Graf Zeppelin in den Hochalpen',

adressiert nach Interlaken, Einzelfrankatur mit einer Flugpostmarke 'Adler auf Sockel' 50

Pfg. rötlchorange, sauber entw. mit dem Bordpoststp. "Luftschiff Graf Zeppelin - 2.10.1929",

abgeworfen über Basel, Ankunftsstp. 'Basel 2. X. 29 - 15' Sieger = € 525. (Photo = 1 65) 39e 6 200 (€ 165)


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345 / CHF 320

348 / CHF 250

351 / CHF 200

339 / CHF 200

343 / CHF 150

346 / CHF 180

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1929: 4. Schweizfahrt am 2. Oktober, s/w Ansichtskarte 'Historische Erste Weltreise'

adressiert nach F'hafen, ein Blanko-Abschlag des Bordpoststp. "Luftschiff Graf Zepelin

- 2.10.1929", abgeworfen über Basel, Schweizer Frankatur entw. mit dem Zweikreisstp.

"Basel 2. X. 29 -15", drei Originalunterschriften von Besatzungsmitgliedern Sieger = € 525.

in CHF ca. €

(Photo = 1 65)

1929 (6. Okt.): 5. Schweizfahrt, Karte vom Abwurf Zürich (6.X.29-10) frankiert mit 50 Pf.

und sauberer Bordpostentwertung Type II, dazu Karte frankiert mit 1 Mk von der Kurzfahrt

39e 6 180 (€ 150)

in die Schweiz vom 5.5.1931 SLH ZF16.A + ZF 44 = CHF 850. (Photo = 1 65) 40 6 240 (€ 200)

1929: Schlesienfahrt am 17. Oktober und Fahrt nach Zürich-Dübendorf am 2. November,

allg. Speisekarte der HAPAG für das Luftschiff 'Graf Zeppelin', von einem Passagier

zweimal gefalten und nach Zürich adressiert, mit zwei Flugpostmarken 'Adler auf Sockel'

50 Pfg. rötlichorange frankiert und dem Bordpostamt übergeben, jeder Wert sauber entw.

"Luftschiff Graf Zeppelin 17.10.1929", total sechs Bordstp. in Rotviolett, der Beleg

wurde auf der Schlesienfahrt nicht mehr abgeworfen und am 2. November nach Zürich

mitgenommen. Bordpoststp. und Ankunftsstp. Zürich Flugplatz mit gleichem Datum. ein

Zeppelinpost-Kuriosum Sieger = € 950+. (Photo = 1 67) 43B+ 45Ba 6 350 (€ 290)

1929: Fahrt nach Zürich-Dübendorf, s/w Ansichtskarte 'LZ 127 über dem Bodensee'

adressiert nach Lorch, Einzelfrankatur 'Adler auf Sockel' 50 Pfg. rötlichorange, sauber

entw. mit dem Bordpoststp. "Luftschiff Graf Zeppelin - 2.11.1929", abgeworfen über

Winterthur, Ankunftsstp. 'Winterthur 2. XI. 29 - 13', Bordstp. und drei weitere Sonderstp. in

karminrot und blau Sieger = € 500. (Photo = 1 65) 45c 6 220 (€ 185)

1929: Fahrt nach Zürich-Dübendorf, farbige Ansichtskarte 'Flieger-Denkmal Dübendorf''

adressiert nach Dübendorf, Einzelfrankatur 'Adler auf Sockel' 50 Pfg. rötlichorange, sauber

entw. mit dem Bordpoststp. "Luftschiff Graf Zeppelin 2.11.1929", abgeworfen über St.

Gallen, Ankunftsstp. "St. Gallen 2. XI. 29 - 17", einzeiliger Bordstp. in karminrot Sieger = €

600. (Photo = 1 67) 45d 6 250 (€ 210)

1930: Südamerikafahrt vom 18. Mai - 6. Juni, kleinform. Kuvert adressiert nach Sevilla,

Einzelfrankatur mit einer Zeppelin-Sondermarke 2 M mit Aufdruck 'Südamerika-Fahrt',

sauber entw. mit einem Abschlag des Bordpoststp. "Luftschiff Graf Zeppelin - 19.5.1930",

mit Zeppelin befördert bis Sevilla, Ankunftssstp. vom gleichen Tag Sieger = € 80/Frankatur nach Michel

= € 500. (Photo = 1 67) 57A 6 180 (€ 150)

1930: Südamerikafahrt vom 18. Mai - 6. Juni, s/w Ansichtskarte 'Burg Aggstein' adressiert

nach Rio Negro/Brasilen, Einzelfrankatur mit einer Zeppelin-Sondermarke 2 M. mit

Aufdruck 'Südamerika-Fahrt', sauber entw. mit Bordpoststp. "Luftschiff Graf Zeppelin

19.5.1930", mit Zeppelin befördert bis Rio de Janeiro Sieger = € 550/Frankatur nach Michel = € 500.

(Photo = 1 67)

1930: Südamerikafahrt vom 18. Mai - 6. Juni, Kuvert mit Vordruck adressiert nach Bahia,

Einzelfrankatur mit einer Zeppelin-Sondermarke 4 M. mit Aufdruck 'Südamerika-Fahrt',

Zusatzfrankatur mit zwei Condor-Flugpostmarken für den Anschlussflug ab Rio de Janeiro

57E 6 180 (€ 150)

, entw. mit Bordpoststp. "Luftschiff Graf Zeppelin - 19.5.1930" Sieger = € 600. (Photo = 1 67)

1930 Südamerikafahrt 18. Mai bis 6. Juni, an Bord aufgelieferter Brief frankiert mit 2 x 4

RM mit Bordpostentwertung (19.5.30) nach Kuba mit rücks. grünen Lakehurst Stempel

(May 31) und Ankunftsstp. "Habana-Cuba Jun 2 1930". Rechte Marke fälschlicherweise

zusätzlich mit Teilabschlag (verwischt) des Maschinenstp. von Havanna Sieger = € 600, Frankatur

57EE 6 300 (€ 250)

Mi = € 900. (Photo = 1 67) 57FF 6 300 (€ 250)

1930: Südamerikafahrt vom 18. Mai - 6. Juni, Postkarte mit Wertstempel 'Hindenburg' 15

Pfg. und einer Zeppelinmarke 4 M mit Aufdruck 'Südamerika-Fahrt' als Zusatzfrankatur,

adressiert nach Herisau in der Schweiz, sauber entw. mit einem Abschlag des Zweikreisstp.

mit Brücke "F'hafen 18.5.30", mit Luftschiff bis Lakehurst, dort ausgeladen und mit

Flugpost nach Havanna transportiert, Ankunfts-Maschinenstp. "Habana Cuba Jun 8 1930",

zwei versch. Flugbestätigungsstp. in Rot und Violett Sieger = € 550. (Photo = 1 67) 57FF 6 220 (€ 185)

1930: Südamerikafahrt vom 18. Mai - 6. Juni, grossform. Kuvert der Rundfahrt F'hafen

- F'hafen adressiert nach Ehingen, frankiert mit je einer Zeppelinmarke 2 M + 4 M ohne

Aufdruck und mit Aufdruck '1. Südamerika Fahrt', als Viererblock geklebt und zentr. entw.

mit Zweikreisstp. mit Brücke "F'hafen 18.5.30", Ankunftsstp, vom 6. Juni auf der Rückseite

Sieger = € 600++. (Photo = 1 67) 57H 6 350 (€ 290)

1930: Südamerikafahrt vom 18. Mai - 6. Juni, Kuvert adressiert nach Buenos Aires,

Einzelfrankatur mit einer Zeppelin-Sondermarke 4 M. mit Aufdruck 'Südamerika-Fahrt',

sauber entw. mit Zweikreisstp. mit Brücke "F'hafen 18.5.30", mit Zeppelin befördert bis Rio

de Janeiro Sieger = € 550/Frankatur nach Michel = € 500. (Photo = 1 67) 57M 6 180 (€ 150)

1930 Südamerikafahrt 18. Mai - 6. Juni, Lot drei Belege von versch. Etappen, dabei 2 RM

auf Brief bis Sevilla, 4 RM Frankatur nach Rio de Janeiro, beide Auflieferung Friedrichshafen

(18.5.), sowie 2 x 4 RM mit Bordpostenwertung (19.5.) nach USA Sieger = € 1'180. (Photo = 1 67) 57F+ J+ M 6 300 (€ 250)


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1930: Südamerikafahrt vom 18. Mai - 6. Juni, Kuvert adressiert nach Montevideo, frankiert

mit zwei Zeppelin-Marken 2 M., Zusatzfrankatur mit zwei Condor-Flugpostmarken für

den Anschlussflug ab Rio de Janeiro, sauber entw. mit Zweikreisstp. mit Brücke "F'hafen

in CHF ca. €

18.5.30" Sieger = € 600. (Photo = 1 67) 57MM 6 200 (€ 165)

1930: Südamerikafahrt vom 18. Mai - 6. Juni, s/w Ansichtskarte der Delag 'Blick auf

Schloss Favorite bei Baden-Baden', adressiert nach Santos/Brasilien, Einzelfrankatur mit 2

M Südamerika-Fahrt, vom Anschlussflug Berlin, Frankatur sauber entw. mit Zweikreissstp.

mit Brücke "Berlin 19.5.30 - 12", Zusatzfrankatur mit zwei Condor-Flugpostmarken für den

Anschlussflug ab Rio de Janeiro, ein attraktiver Beleg Sieger = € 700. (Photo = 1 67) 57TT 6 150 (€ 125)

1930: Südamerikafahrt 18. Mai - 6. Juni: Karte vom Anschlussflug Berlin frankiert mit

Sondermarke zu 2 RM plus Condor Zusatzfrankatur für die Weiterleitung von Rio nach

Santos Sieger = € 625. (Photo = 1 71) 57 TT 6 150 (€ 125)

1930: Südamerikafahrt vom 18. Mai - 6. Juni, offiz. s/w Ansichtskarte der Delag 'Blick auf

Stade' adressiert nach Lorch, Einzelfrankatur 2 RM Südamerikafahrt, beim Bordpostamt

während der Rückfahrt aufgeliefert und sauber entw. "Luftschiff Graf Zeppelin 4.6.1930",

nach der 2. Landung in Sevilla (5.6.) der Post übergeben Sieger = € 675. (Photo = 1 71) 57f 6 200 (€ 165)

1930: Fahrt nach Vaduz (2. Fahrt), s/w Ansichtskarte 'Graf Zeppelin in voller Fahrt - im

Hintergrund die Zeppelinwerft' adressiert nach Vaduz, frankiert mit einer Freimarke Burg

Rheinstein 1 M dunkelgrün (Mi Nr. 364), zentr. entw. mit Borpoststp. "Luftschiff Graf

Zeppelin - 19.8.1930", abgeworfen über Vaduz, Ankunftsstp. "Vaduz 19. VIII 30 - 16",

Originalunterschriften von vier Besatzungsmitgliedern und Passagieren Sieger = € 550.

(Photo = 1 71)

1930: Fahrt nach Russland vom 9. - 11. September, Karte adressiert nach Moskau, frankiert

mit drei versch. Flugpostmarken, jeder Wert entw. mit dem Zweikreisstp. "Triesenberg 5.

79B 6 220 (€ 185)

IX. 30" Sieger = € 400. (Photo = 1 71) 84A 6 150 (€ 125)

1930: Kurzfahrt in die Schweiz am 24. Oktober, s/w Ansichtskarte 'Luftschiff Graf

Zeppelin wird aus seiner Halle gebracht' adressiert nach Montreux, Einzelfrankatur mit

einer Flugpostmarke 'Adler auf Sockel' 1 M schwarz/mattkarminrot, entw. mit Bordpoststp.

"Luftschiff Graf Zeppelin - 24.10.1930", Ankunftsstp. von F'hafen Sieger = € 600. (Photo = 1 71)

1931: Kleine Schweizfahrt (für den bayerischen Automobilclub) am 5. Mai, s/w Ansichtskarte

'LZ 127 in Fahrt' adressiert nach München, Einzelfrankatur mit einer Flugpostmarke 'Adler

auf Sockel' 1 M schwarz/mattkarminrot, sauber entw. mit Bordpoststp. "Luftschiff Graf

096b 6 200 (€ 165)

Zeppelin - 5.5.1931" Sieger = € 350. (Photo = 1 71) 0106/I 6 150 (€ 125)

1931: Fahrt nach Nürnberg am 10. Mai, offiz. s/w Ansichtskarte der Delag 'Landung der

Viktoria Luise' adressiert nach Nürnberg und Kuvert adressiert nach Nürnberg, frankiert

mit einer Zeppelin-Marke 1 M. bzw. 2 M, jeweils sauber entw. mit Bordpoststp. "Luftschiff

Graf Zeppelin - 10.5.1931", Postabgabe in Nürnbeg mit Ankunftsstp. vom gleichen Tag Sieger

= € 600. (Photo = 1 71) 107Ab 6 180 (€ 150)

1930: Islandfahrt 30. Juni bis 3. Juli IPOSTA - Block, versendet als Postkarte mit

Zusatzfrankatur 3 Pf. ocker Goethe, entw. mit Bordpoststp. "Luftschiff Graf Zeppelin

1.7.1931" mit nebenges. Sonderbestätigungsstp. der Islandfahrt 1931 und Ankunftsstp.

Reykjavik (1. VII. 31) Mi = € 2'000+. (Photo = 1 71) 113B 6 400 (€ 330)

1931: Polarfahrt vom 24. - 31. Juli, Karte adressiert nach F'hafen, Einzelfrankatur mit

einer Zeppelinmarke 1 RM mit Bogenrand links und Reihenzähler '9', mit Abart : ohne

Bindestrich zwischen POLAR und FAHRT, abgegeben beim Bordpostamt und zentr. entw.

mit Zweikreisstp. mit Brücke "Luftschiff Graf Zeppelin - 25.7.1931", Karte befördert bis

Leningrad Sieger = € 2'250. (Photo = 1 68) 119B 6 750 (€ 625)

1931: Polarfahrt vom 24. - 31. Juli, Karte adressiert nach Trondheim/N und Kuvert adressiert

nach St. Gallen/CH, frankiert mit einer Zeppelin-Sondermarken 'Polar-Fahrt' 2 M. resp. 4

M., jede Marke sauber entw. mit dem Bordpoststp. "Luftschiff Graf Zeppelin 26.7.1931",

mit Zeppelin befördert bis zum Eisbrecher 'Malyguin' Sieger = € 1550. (Photo = 1 68) 119C 6 450 (€ 375)

1931 Polarfahrt 24. bis 31. Juli: Zwei Briefe frankiert mit DR Polarfahrt 4 M., entw. mit

Datumsstp. "Friedrichshafen 24.7.31" resp. Bordstp. "Luftschiff Graf Zeppelin 26.7.31"

zum Eisbrecher Malygin mit nebengesetzten roten Sonderbestätigungsstp. und Ankunftsstp.

"Brice-Glace Malygin 27.VII.31" Sieger 119 F = € 2'200. (Photo = 1 71) 119F 6 400 (€ 330)

1931: Polarfahrt vom 24. - 31. Juli Rückfahrt, s/w Ansichtskarte 'LZ 127 über F'hafen'

adressiert nach F'hafen, frankiert mit einer Zeppelin-Sondermarken 'Polar-Fahrt' 1 M.,

sauber entw. mit dem Bordpoststp. "Luftschiff Graf Zeppelin 30.7.31", Postabgabe in

F'hafen, seltener Rückfahrtbeleg Sieger = € 750. (Photo = 1 71) 119Lb 6 350 (€ 290)

1931: Polarfahrt 24. bis 31. Juli - Lot vier Belege frankiert mit Zeppelin-Sondermarken

wie1 RM auf Karte mit Bordpoststp., 2 RM Auflieferung Berlin, 4 RM entw. mit Tagesstp.

auf Brief zum Eisbrecher 'Malyguin' Sieger = € 1'850. (Photo = www) 119 6 440 (€ 365)

1931: Polarfahrt vom 24. - 31. Juli, Lot zwei Kuverts und eine s/w Ansichtskarte, alle mit

Einzelfrankatur einer Zeppelinmarke mit Aufdruck 'Polar - Fahrt', Sieger = € 1'860. (Photo = 1 71) 119B+ C+ E 6 400 (€ 330)


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1931 Polafahrt 24. bis 31. Juli, Lot drei Belege der versch. Etappen, dabei 1 RM

Bordpostaufgabe auf Karte nach Berlin (24.7.), 2 RM auf Karte sowie 4 RM Frankatur auf

Brief, beide Bordpost (26.7.) bis 'Malygin' (27.7.), in frischer Erhaltung Sieger € 1'135.

in CHF ca. €

(Photo = 1 71)

1931: 1. Südamerikafahrt vom 29. August - 7. September, offiz. s/w Ansichtskarte der Delag

'Blick gegen Blankenese' adressiert nach Gotha, Einzelfrankatur mit 2 RM Polarfahrt,.

sauber entw. "F'hafen 29.8.31", grüner Flugbestätigungsstp. für Post bis Rio de Janeiro

119.A-C 6 350 (€ 290)

Mi 457 EF = € 430. (Photo = 1 71) 124Ca 6 160 (€ 135)

1931: 1. Südamerikafahrt vom 29. August bis 7. September, s/w Ansichtskarte 'Grosser

Aufenthaltsraum' adressiert nach Buenos Aires, Einzelfrankatur mit einer Zeppelinmarke

2 M mit Aufdruck 'Polar-Fahrt', Bordpostaufgabe, sauber entw. mit dem Zweikreisstp.

"Luftschiff Graf Zeppelin - 1.9.1931", grüner Sonderbestätigungsstp. für den Sonderflug

nach Rio de Janeiro Sieger = € 100/Mi Nr. 457 EF = € 430. (Photo = 1 71) 124Cb 6 120 (€ 105)

1931 1. Südamerikafahrt 29. August bis 7. September: Postkarte frankiert mit DR Zeppelin

2 M., entw. mit Datumsstp. "Friedrichshafen 18.9.31" nach Pernambuco und zurück nach

Friedrichshafen, brasilianische Sondermarke zu 2'500 R. und Freimarke zu 200 R., violetter

deutscher und brasilianischer Sonderbestätigungsstp Sieger 125 D = € 500+. (Photo = 1 71) 125D 6 180 (€ 150)

1931: 2. Südamerikafahrt vom 18. - 28. September Rückfahrt, s/w Ansichtskarte 'Graf

Zeppelin' und Kuvert, beide adressiert nach St. Gallen, jeder Beleg Einzelfrankatur mit

einer Zeppelin-Sondermarke mit Aufdruck 'Polar-Fahrt' 2 M. resp. 4 M, sauber entw. mit

einem Abschlag des Bordpoststp. "Luftschiff Graf Zeppelin - 28.9.1931" Sieger = € 300/Frankatur

nach Michel = € 1'530. (Photo = 1 71) 129F 6 300 (€ 250)

1932: Kurzfahrt in die Schweiz am 3. August, s/w Ansichtskarte 'Graf Zepelin in voller

Fahrt vom Flugzeug aus gesehen' adressiert nach Winterthur, frankiert mit einer Frei- und

einer Flugpostmarke, sauber entw. mit Bordpoststp. "Luftschiff Graf Zepelin- 3. 8.32",

Originalunterschriften der Besatzung (3) Sieger = € 350. (Photo = 1 71) 170/II 6 160 (€ 135)

1932: 5. Südamerikafahrt vom 29. August - 7. September, Original Navigationskarte auf

dünnem Pergamentpapier der Hin- und Rückfahrt, mit Datum- und Zeitangabe der versch.

Fahrtetappen, seltenes Dokument. (Photo = 1 www) 171 200 (€ 165)

1933: Kurzfahrt in die Schweiz am 20. Juni, Bildpostkarte mit schwarzem Zudruck 'An

Bord Graf Zeppelin' adressiert nach Lorch, Wertstempel 5 Pfg. und zwei Marken als

Zusatzfrankatur, entw. mit Bordpoststp. "Luftschiff Graf Zeppelin - 20.6.33" Sieger = € 250.

(Photo = 1 71)

1933: Chicagofahrt vom 14. Oktober - 2. November, Karte adressiert nach Pernambuco,

frankiert mit 1 RM Chicagofahrt und Hindenburg Madaillon 40 Pfg., sauber entw. mit

0216/I 6 150 (€ 125)

Bordpoststp. "Luftschiff Graf Zeppelin - 16.10.33" Sieger = € 900. (Photo = 1 73) 238Aaa 6 320 (€ 265)

1933: Chicagofahrt vom 14. Oktober - 2. November, eingeschr. Kuvert adressiert nach

Tübingen, frankiert mit Zeppelin-Sondermarken mit Aufdruck 'Chicagofahrt 1 M. (2)

und 2 M. (1) sowie mit zwei versch.Werten 'Adler auf Sockel' auf der Rückseite, entw.

mit dem Maschinenstp. "Tübingen 10.10.33", Rundfahrtbeleg mit Anschlussflug Berlin,

Ankunftsstp. von F'hafen und Tübingen vom 2. November Sieger = € 725/Frankatur nach Michel =

€ 1'300+. (Photo = 1 73) 238Cbb 6 400 (€ 330)

1933: Chicagofahrt vom 14. Oktober - 2. November, Karte adressiert nach Basel,

Einzelfrankatur mit einer Zeppelin-Sondermarke 4 M. mit Aufdruck 'Chicagofahrt', sauber

entw. mit Bordpoststp. "Luftschiff Graf Zeppelin 14.10.33", Rundfahrtbeleg F'hafen -

F'hafen Sieger = € 725/Frankatur nach Michel = € 800. (Photo = 1 73) 238Cbb 6 220 (€ 185)

1933: Chicagofahrt 14. Oktober bis 2. November, eingeschriebener Luftpostbrief, Aufgabe

Friedrichshafen frankiert mit kompl. Serie Zeppelinmarken, gut gez. und farbfr., nach USA

mit rücks. Ankunftsstp. "Chicago ILL Oct 26 1933" Sieger = € 1'425. (Photo = 1 73) 238D 6 360 (€ 300)

1933: Chicagofahrt 14. Oktober bis 2. November: Zwei Briefe frankiert mit DR Chicagofahrt

1 M. resp. 2 M. und jeweils weiteren Flugpostmarken, versandt nach Rio de Janeiro resp.

Chicago, entw. mit Datumsstp. "Friedrichshafen 14.10.33" mit nebengesetztem rotem

Sonderbestätigungsstp., rücks. Ankunftsstp. Rio de Janeiro (19.10.) mit Weiterleitung nach

New York (2.11.) resp. Chicago (26.10.) Sieger 238 = € 1275. (Photo = 1 73) 238 6 300 (€ 250)

1934: Kurzfahrt in die Schweiz am 11. Juli, s/w Ansichtskarte 'F'hafen a.B. mit Graf

Zeppelin' adressiert nach Aarau, Einzelfrankatur 'Adler von Weltkugel' 50 Pfg. dunkelgrün,

sauber entw mit dem Bordpoststp. "Luftschiff Graf Zeppelin - 11.7 34" Sieger = € 350.

(Photo = 1 73)

1934: Kurzfahrt in die Schweiz, Vordruckkarte adressiert nach Assen/NL, frankiert mit fünf

Freimarken, sauber entw. mit Bordpoststp. "Luftschiff Graf Zeppelin 27.9.34" Sieger = € 300.

259/I 6 160 (€ 135)

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Dt. Reich: Firmenkuvert adressiert nach Rio de Janeiro, freigemacht mit zwei

Automatenfreistempler (RM 1.25 + RM 6.65) der Firma Raab Karcher Gmbh in Karlsruhe,

0276 6 150 (€ 125)

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(12. Südamerikafahrt) vom 8. bis 19. Dezember 1934

Nachfolgend offerieren wir eine umfassende Zusammenstellung mit Belegen zur Weihnachtsfahrt.

Der Sammler hat über Jahrzehnte versucht, alle Belege der Vertragsstaaten zusammenzutragen, was ihm

bis auf wenige Ausnahmen auch gelungen ist. Dass einige Briefe oder Karten auch in dieser grossen Zeitspanne

nicht am Markt erhältlich waren (Jemen, Litauen etc.) spricht für die ausgesprochene Seltenheit der

einzelnen Zulieferungen zur Abschlussfahrt für das Jahr 1934. Für den engagierten Sammler bietet sich

hiermit die Gelegenheit, einzelne Lücken in seiner Sammlung zu schliessen.

Michel Sieger 2001

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Deutsches Reich: Kuvert adressiert nach Pernambuco, frankiert mit sechs Freimarken,

einer Zeppelinmarke 1 RM sowie mit zusätzlichem Automaten-Freistp. '1 RM' mit

Reklamezudruck für die 'Jagdpatrone Hubertus', Bordpostaufgabe am Tage der Abfahrt

in CHF ca. €

(8.12.), mit Bord- und Sonderstp. Sieger = € 200. (Photo = 1 73) 286Ab 6 200 (€ 165)

Karte adressiert nach Recife, Bordpostaufgabe, frankiert mit einer Frei- und einer

Flugpostmarke, sauber entw. mit Bordpoststp. "Luftschiff Graf Zeppelin - 9.12.34" (roter

Bordst. daneben) Sieger = € 200. (Photo = 1 www) 286Ab 6 70 (€ 60)

Karte adressiert nach Buenos Aires, frankiert mit vier Werten Hindenburg-Medaillon,

Bordpostaufgabe am Tage nach der Abfahrt (9.12.), mit Bord- und Sonderstp. Sieger = € 200.

(Photo = 1 73)

Reklamekuvert der Zeppelin Luftschiffbau GmbH adressiert nach Buenos Aires, frankiert

mit drei versch. Luftpostmarken der Serie 'Steinadler vor Weltkugel', jeder Wert sauber

entw. mit Zweikreisstp. mit Brücke "Essen/Mülheim - 7. 12. 34 - Flugplatz" Sieger = € 165.

286Ab 6 150 (€ 125)

(Photo = 1 73)

Kuvert adressiert nach Montevideo, Abgabe beim Postamt Stuttgart, frankiert mit drei

versch. Luftpostmarken inkl. 1 RM Zeppelin, entw. mit Zweikreisstp. mit Brücke "Stuttgart

7.12.34", bei Ankunft in Montevideo wurde der violette Agenturstp. (Palme) der Firma

286Abb 6 100 (€ 85)

Stoecker angebracht Sieger = € 175. (Photo = 1 73) 286Ba 6 150 (€ 125)

Vorgedrucktes Firmenkuvert adressiert nach Buenos Aires, Abgabe beim Postamt Stuttgart,

frankiert mit drei versch. Flugpostmarken, entw. mit Zweikreisstp. mit Brücke "Eschwege 6

12.34", seltene Zulieferung von Privatpost Sieger = € 175. (Photo = 1 73) 286Ba 6 100 (€ 85)

Kuvert adressiert nach Rio de Janeiro, Abgabe beim Postamt Berlin, frankiert mit vier

Flugpostmarken 'Adler vor Weltkugel', entw. mit dem Maschinenstp. "Hamburg 1 -

7.12.34", darunter schwarzer Zweizeiler 'Aus dem Strassenbahnbriefkasten', trotz einiger

Alterungsspuren seltene Zulieferung von Privatpost Sieger = € 150. (Photo = 1 73) 286Bb 6 120 (€ 100)

Offiz. s/w Ansichtskarte der Delag Frankfurt 'Blick auf Bühl i.B.' adressiert nach Huelva in

Spanien, Borpostaufgsabe während der Rückfahrt, frankiert mit drei versch. Marken 'Adler

vor Weltkugel', entw. mit dem Bordpoststp. "Luftschiff Graf Zeppelun - 16.12.34" (roter

Bordstp. daneben), Karte der Post übergeben in Sevilla Sieger = € 275. (Photo = 1 73) 286Ca 6 180 (€ 150)

Ägäische Inseln: vorgedrucktes Kuvert adressiert nach Recife, frankiert mit fünf

Freimarken und sauber entw. mit Zweikreisstp. "Posta Aerea - 29.11.34 - Rodi (Egeo)", eine

seltene Zulieferung Sieger = € 450. (Photo = 1 75) 286aa 6 300 (€ 250)

Albanien: Eingeschr. Kuvert adressiert nach Buenos Aires, frankiert mit zwei Frei- und

fünf Flugpostmarken, sauber entw. mit Zweikreisstp. "Tirane - 39.11.34" , trotz min.

Alterungsspuren eine seltene Zulieferung. Attest Leder (2001) Sieger = € 400. (Photo = 1 75) 286Aa 6 300 (€ 250)

Belgien: Karte adressiert nach Recife, Bordpostabgabe, frankiert mit drei Freimarken und

entw. mit Einkreisstp. "Bruxelles 4. XII. 34" Sieger = € 200. (Photo = 1 75) 286Bb 6 200 (€ 165)


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Belgisch Kongo: Eingeschr. Kuvert adressiert nach Pernambuco, frankiert mit einer Freiund

einer Flugpostmarke, jeder Wert sauber entw. mit Einkreisstp. "Elisabethville 17. 11.

34". Eine extrem seltene Zulieferung zur Weihnachtsfahrt und nur wenige Stücke bekannt

Sieger = € 2'250. 286Aa 6 1'200 (€ 995)

Bulgarien: Eingeschr. Postkarte adressiert nach Recife, Zusatzfrankatur mit vier Werten

aus der Luftpostserie von 1931, sauber gest. "Sofia 1. XII. 934" Sieger = € 500.

Provenienz: Sammlung Kofler (2001). (Photo = 1 75) 286Aa 6 200 (€ 165)

Dänemark: Eingeschr. Kuvert adressiert nach La Paz, Borpostabgabe, frankiert mit drei

Luftpost- und einer Freimarke, jeder Wert sauber entw. mit Zweikreisstp. mit Brücke

"Kobenhavn - 5.12.34 - Luftpost" Sieger = € 350. (Photo = 1 75) 286Aa 6 250 (€ 210)


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Dahomey: Eingeschr. Kuvert adressiert nach Bahia/Brasilien, frankiert mit acht versch.

Marken aus der Freimarkenserie 'Ernte der Ölpalmenfrüchte', jeder Wert sauber entw. mit

dem Zweikreistp. "Cotonou 25 OCT 34", eine sehr seltene Zulieferung und nur wenige

in CHF ca. €

Stücke bekannt Sieger = € 2'500. 286Aa 6 1'300 (€ 1'080)

Danzig: Eingeschr. Kuvert adressiert nach Rio de Janeiro, frankiert mit Mi Nr. 206, sauber

entw. "Danzig - 5.12.34 - Luftpost" Sieger = € 350. (Photo = 1 75) 286Aa 6 200 (€ 165)

Eritrea: Kuvert adressiert nach Recife, Abgabe beim Postamt Stuttgart, frankiert mit

kompl. Serie von sechs Flugpostmarken zur 2. Int. Kolonialausstellung in Neapel, entw. mit

grossem Zweikreistp. mit Krone "Massaua 9.11.34" Sieger = € 600.

Provenienz: Sammlung Kofler (2001). (Photo = 1 75) 286Ba 6 350 (€ 290)

Estland: Karte adressiert nach Recife, frankiert mit fünf Freimarken, entw. mit Zweikreisstp.

"Tallin IV - 3. XII. 34", seltene Zuleitung zur Weihnachtsfahrt Sieger = € 750. (Photo = 1 68) 286Aa 6 600 (€ 500)

Finnland: Eingeschr. Kuvert adressiert nach Pernambuco, frankiert mit sechs Freimarken

und sauber entw. mit Zweikreistp. mit Brücke "Helsinki 4. XII. 34" Sieger = € 400.

(Photo = 1 75)

Frankreich: Eingeschr. Karte adressiert nach Rio de Janeiro, Abgabe beim Postamt

Stuttgart, rücks, frankiert mit zwei Freimarken und einem Viererblock mit 'coin daté'

der Flugpostmarke Cérès Nr.7, entw. mit Einkreisstp. "Strasbour Principal 4.12.34" , bei

Ankunft in Rio wurde auf der Karte mit roter Tinte handschr. vermerkt 'Non reclamé Retour

286Aa 6 200 (€ 165)

Strasbourg' wo der Beleg am 2. Januar 1935 wieder eintraf Sieger = € 450. (Photo = 1 75) 286Ba 6 250 (€ 210)

Gibraltar: Eingeschr. Kuvert adressiert nach Rio de Janeiro, frankiert mit zwei versch.

Freimarken, jeder Wert sauber entw. mit dem Ovalstp. "Gibraltar - 30 NO 34 - Registered"

Sieger = € 400.

Provenienz: Sammlung Kofler (2001). (Photo = 1 75) 286Aa 6 250 (€ 210)

Gibraltar: Karte adressiert nach Recife, Bordpostabgabe, frankiert mit drei versch.

Freimarken und sauber entw. mit Zweikreisstp. "Gibraltar 3 DE 34"Sieger = € 400. (Photo = 1 75)

Grossbritannien: Kuvert adressiert nach Recife, Bordpostabgabe, frankiert mit einer

Freimarke 10 d. und entw. mit dem Maschinenstp. "London 8 DEC 1934", Original-

286Abb 6 250 (€ 210)

Unterschriften von zwei Besatzungsmitgliedern unten links Sieger = € 400. (Photo = 1 75) 286Abb 6 180 (€ 150)

Grossbritannien: Grossform. Firmenkuvert adressiert nach Buenos Aires, Abgabe beim

Postamt Berlin, frankiert mit total 15 Freimarken, entw. mit Zweikreisstp. "Belfast 6 DE

34", seltene Zulieferung von Privatpost Sieger = € 400. (Photo = 1 75) 286Bb 6 220 (€ 185)


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Indochina: Eingeschr. Kuvert adressiert nach Pernambuco, frankiert mit fünf versch.

Luftpostmarken, sauber entw. mit Einkreisstp. "Saigon Central - 22.11.34 - Cochinchine".

in CHF ca. €

Ein sehr dekorativer Beleg von dieser seltenen Zulieferung Sieger = € 1'850. 286Aa 6 1'300 (€ 1'080)

Irland: Kuvert adressiert nach Pernambuco, Bordpostabgabe, frankiert mit fünf versch.

Freimarken und entw. mit Zweikreisstp. "Baile At Hacliath 4. XII. 34" Sieger = € 400.

(Photo = 1 75)

Island: Eingeschr. Karte adressiert nach Recife, frankiert mit vier Flugpostmarken und

286Abb 6 200 (€ 165)

sauber entw. mit Zweikreisstp. mit Brücke ''Rexkjavik 27. XI. 34"Sieger = € 400. (Photo = 1 75)

Italien: Vorgedruckte Postkarte adressiert nach Recife, Bordpostabgabe, frankiert mit vier

Flugpost- und einer Freimarke, sauber entw. mit Einkreisstp. "Milano Co. Corrsip. e Pacchi

- 6. 12. 34 - Posta Aerea" Sieger = € 300.

286aa 6 250 (€ 210)

Provenienz: Sammlung Kofler (2001). (Photo = 1 75) 286Abb 6 200 (€ 165)

Jugoslawien: Eingeschr. Kuvert adressiert nach Recife, frankiert mit neun Frei- und

Flugpostmarken, sauber entw. mit fünf Abschlägen des Dreieckstp. "Zagreb 1 - 2. XII. 34 -

Par Avion" Sieger = € 450. (Photo = 1 75) 286Aa 6 300 (€ 250)


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Kamerun: Eingeschr. Kuvert adressiert nach Bahia/Brasilien, frankiert mit acht versch.

Freimarken aus der Serie 'Landesmotive', sauber entw. mit Einkreisstp. "Douala 23 OCT

in CHF ca. €

1934", eine sehr seltene Zulieferung und nur wenige Stücke bekannt Sieger = € 1'350. 286Aa 6 750 (€ 625)

Lettland: Karte adressiert nach Recife, frankiert mit drei Frei- und einer Flugpostmarke,

sauber entw. mit Zweikreisstp. mit Brücke "Riga Dz. St. - 3.12.34" , seltene Zulieferung

Sieger = € 600. (Photo = 1 81) 286Aa 6 350 (€ 290)

Liechtenstein: Karte adressiert nach Pernambuco, frankiert mit einer Frei- und einer Flugpostmarke,

sauber entw. mit Zweikreisstp. "Vaduz 8. XII. 34" Sieger = € 225. (Photo = 1 81) 286Aa 6 100 (€ 85)

Luxemburg: Eingeschr. Kuvert adressiert nach Pernambuco, frankiert mit zwei Freimarken

von Luxemburg und zwei Flugpostwerten Dt. Reich, gest."Luxembourg 3.12.34" bzw.

"Stuttgart 4.12.34" bei Sieger nicht katalogisiert. (Photo = 1 81) 286Aa 6 180 (€ 150)

Malta: Eingeschr. Kuvert adressiert nach Pernambuco, Bordpostabgabe, frankiert mit drei

versch. Freimarken, entw. mit violetten Zweiringstp. "Air Mail - 3 DEC 1934 - Malta", eine

seltene Zulieferung Sieger = € 750. (Photo = 1 68) 286Abb 6 450 (€ 375)

Britische Post in Marokko/Franz. Zone: Karte adressiert nach Recife, Bordpostabgabe,

frankiert mit zwei versch. Freimarken, leicht entw. mit einem Zweikreisstp. (unleserlich)

Sieger = € 400. (Photo = 1 81) 286Abb 6 300 (€ 250)

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Höchstgebote; diese werden von uns nur soweit in Anspruch genommen, als damit persönlich im Auktionssaal anwesende Bieter

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Saudi-Arabien Nedschd: Eingeschr. Kuvert adressiert nach Pernambuco, via Jeddah/

Alexandria/Berlin aufgeliefert in F'hafen, frankiert mit vier versch. Freimarken, entw. mit

Einkreisstp. mit Brücke "Mecque 38.11.34", eine Zeppelin-Rarität ersten Ranges, extrem

in CHF ca. €

selten, nur wenige Stücke bekannt und praktisch nie angeboten Sieger = € 4000. 286Aa 6 4'000 (€ 3'320)

Niederlande: Postkarte adressiert nach Curitype/Brasilien, Abgabe beim Postamt Berlin,

frankiert mit einer Luftpost- und drei Freimarken, sauber entw. mit Zweikreisstp. "Assen 6.

XII. 1934" Sieger = € 425. (Photo = 1 81) 286Bb 6 200 (€ 165)

Norwegen: Kuvert adressiert nach Buenos Aires, frankiert mit drei Freimarken, entw. mit

dem Maschinenstp. "Oslo 6.12.34", leichte Alterungsspuren Sieger = € 330. (Photo = 1 81) 286Aa 6 150 (€ 125)

Österreich: Kuvert adressiert nach Recife, frankiert mit total neun Frei- und Flugpostmarken,

entw. mit Zweikreisstp. mit Brücke "Innsbruck 2 - 7. XII. 34" Sieger = € 275. (Photo = 1 81) 286Aa 6 150 (€ 125)

Polen: Kuvert adressiert nach Recife, frankiert mit einem Viererblock der Freimarke 'König

Johann III' mit neuem Wertaufdruck und einer Flugpostmarke, entw. mit Zweikreisstp. mit

Brücke "Warszawa 2 - 5. XII. 34" Sieger = € 400. (Photo = 1 81) 286Aa 6 220 (€ 185)

Rumänien: Eingeschr. Bildpostkarte mit Zusatzfrankatur adressiert nach Recife, sauber

entw. mit Ovalstp. "Bucuresti 2. DE 1934" Sieger = € 450. (Photo = 1 81) 286Aa 6 300 (€ 250)


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Sowjetunion: Eingeschr. Kuvert adressiert nach Pernambuco, frankiert mit drei versch.

ungez. Marken 'Polarfahrt', entw. mit Zweikreisstp. "Mockba 5.12.34" Sieger = € 400.

(Photo = 1 81)

Saargebiet: Eingeschr. Karte adressiert nach Recife, frankiert mit drei versch. Freimarken

286aa 6 250 (€ 210)

und sauber entw. mit Zweikreistp. "Saarbrücken 4.12.34" Sieger = € 300. (Photo = 1 81) 286Aa 6 180 (€ 150)

Schweden: Eingeschr. Kuvert adressiert nach La Paz, frankiert mit zwei Freimarken und

sauber entw. mit Einkreisstp. "Blötberget 4/12 1934" Sieger = € 350. (Photo = 1 81) 286Aa 6 180 (€ 150)

Schweiz: Luftpostkuvert adressiert nach Belmonte/Brasilien, frankiert mit vier

Luftpostmarken, sauber entw. mit Zweikreisstp. "Schaffhausen 7. XII. 34", seltene Zuleitung

von Privatpost zur Weihnachtsfahrt Sieger = € 235. (Photo = 1 81) 286Aa 6 200 (€ 165)

Schweiz: Karte adressiert nach Recife, dekorative Frankatur mit acht Frei- und

Flugpostmarken, sauber entw. mit Zweikreisstp. "Romanshorn 8. XII. 34" Sieger = € 235.

(Photo = 1 81)

Schweiz: Pro Juventute Künstlerkarte (Chrysanthemen von Olga Derendinger-

Roux) adressiert nach Pernambuco, vor- und rückseitig frankiert mit sechs Frei- und

Flugpostmarken, sauber entw. mit Zweikreisstp. "Romanshorn 8. XII. 34" Sieger = € 235.

286Aa 6 150 (€ 125)

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Schweiz: Kuvert adressiert nach Buenos Aires, frankiert mit einer Frei- und einer

Flugpostmarke, sauber entw. mit Zweikreisstp. "Romanshorn 8. XII. 34" Sieger = € 235.

286Aa 6 150 (€ 125)

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Schweiz: Kuvert (leichte Alterungspuren) adressiert nach Pcia. R. Saenz-Pena/Argentinien,

frankiert mit sechs Frei- und Flugpostmarken, entw. mit Zweikreisstp. "Zürich 2 Fraumünster

286Aa 6 150 (€ 125)

- 8. XII. 34 - Postlager", seltene Zulieferung von Privatpost Sieger = € 235. (Photo = 1 83) 286Aa 6 120 (€ 100)

Schweiz: Eingeschr. Kuvert adressiert nach Buenos Aires, Bordpostabgabe, frankiert mit

drei Luftpostmarken und sauber entw. mit Zweikreisstp. "Bern 1 - 7.12.34" Sieger = € 235.

(Photo = 1 83)

Schweiz: Vorgedruckte Karte adressiert nach Pernambuco, Bordpostabgabe, frankiert mit

einer Frei- und drei Flugpostmarken, sauber entw. mit Zweikreisstp. "Romanshorn 8. XII.

286Abb 6 180 (€ 150)

34" Sieger = € 235. (Photo = 1 83) 286Abb 6 150 (€ 125)

Ausrufpreis

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Somalia: Kuvert adressiert nach Recife, Abgabe beim Postamt Stuttgart, frankiert mit

kompl. Serie von sechs Freimarken zur 2. Int. Kolonialausstellung in Neapel, sauber entw.

mit grossem Zweikreisstp. mit Krone "Mogadiscio 13.11.34" Sieger = € 750.

Provenienz: Sammlung Kofler (2001). 286Ba 6 400 (€ 330)

Tanger (Marokko): Karte adressiert nach Recife, Bordpostabgabe, frankiert mit acht

Freimarken (vier Versch.) mit schwarzem Aufdruck TANGIER, sauber entw. mit Einkreisstp.

"British-Post-OfficeTangier I DE 34" Sieger = € 500. (Photo = 1 83) 286Abb 6 300 (€ 250)


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Togo: Eingeschr. Kuvert adressiert nach Bahia, frankiert mit neun versch. Werten aus der

Serie 'Landwirtschaft', jede Marke sauber entw. mit dem Zweikreisstp. "Lome 18 OCT 34",

in CHF ca. €

ein sehr seltener Beleg der Weihnachtsfahrt und nur wenige Stücke bekannt Sieger = € 1'150.

Tripolitanien: Kuvert adressiert nach Recife, frankiert mit kompl. Serie von sechs

Flugpostmarken zur 2. Int. Kolonialausstellung in Neapel, jeder Wert sauber entw. mit dem

grossen Zweikreisstp. mit Krone "Tripoli 11.11.34", vor der Zuleitung zur Zepplinfahrt war

der Brief adressiert nach Rom, Abfertigung für den Sonderflug ROMA-MOGADSCIO-

ROMA (violetter Bestätigungsstp. und Luftpostaufkleber), Frankatur für den Flug nach

Rom rücks. mit drei Flugpostmarken, jede Marke sauber entw. mit dem Zweikreisstp. "Posta

Aerea - 11.11.34 - Tripoli d'Africa", Ankunft in Rom am 4.12. und via München (7.12.)

nach F'hafen, ein schöner und seltener Kombinationsbeleg. Sign. Diena Sieger = € 1'250+.

286Aa 6 1'500 (€ 1'245)

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Tripolitanien: Vorgedruckte Postkarte eingeschr. adressiert nach Recife, Bordpostabgabe,

frankiert mit vier versch. Freimarken und sauber entw. mit Zweikreisstp. "Tripoli d'Africa -

286Aa 6 850 (€ 705)

29. 11. 34 - Posta Aerea" Sieger = € 1'250. (Photo = 1 69) 286Abb 6 400 (€ 330)

Tschechoslowakei: Luftpostkuvert adressiert nach Buenos Aires, Abgabe beim Postamt

Berlin, frankiert mit vier Luftpostmarken, entw. mit Zweikreisstp. "Praha 1 - 7. XII. 34",

leichte Alterungsspuren Sieger = € 250. (Photo = 1 83) 286Bb 6 150 (€ 125)

Türkei: Eingeschr. Kuvert adressiert nach Lima, frankiert mit drei versch. Freimarken und

sauber entw. mit Zweikreisstp. mit Brücke "Istanbul 29.11.1934" Sieger = € 350. (Photo = 1 83)

Ungarn: Eingeschr. Kuvert adressiert nach Lima, Bordpostabgabe, frankiert mit vier

versch. Freimarken und sauber entw. mit Zweikreisstp. mit Brücke "Budapest 74 - 934

286Aa 6 300 (€ 250)

DEC 5 - Legi Posta" Sieger = € 375. (Photo = 1 83) 286Abb 6 200 (€ 165)

Vatikan: Eingeschr. Kuvert adressiert nach Buenos Aires, Bordpostabgabe, Einzelfrankatur

Pius XI 2.75 L. dunkellila/schwarz (Mi Nr. 33), sauber entw. mit Zweikreisstp. "Città del

Vaticano 3.12.34", trotz einiger Alterungsspuren eine seltene Zulieferung Sieger = € 1'250.

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Französisch Somaliland: Eingeschr. Kuvert adressiert nach Pernambuco, Abgabe beim

Postamt Stuttgart, frankiert mit fünf Marken aus der Serie 'Landestypische Bilder', sauber

entw. mit Zweikreisstp. "Côte Fse. des Somalis - 24 NOV 34 - Djibouti", eine extrem seltene

in CHF ca. €

Zulieferung zur Weihnachtsfahrt bei Sieger und Michel nicht katalogisiert. 286Ba 6 750 (€ 625)

Mauretanien: Eingeschr. Kuvert adressiert nach Buenos Aires, Abgabe beim Postamt

Stuttgart, frankiert mit fünf Marken aus der Serie 'Wüstenlandschaft', jeder Wert sauber

entw. mit Zweikreisstp. "Boutilimit 23 NOV 34", seltene Zulieferung zur Weihnachtsfahrt,

anstelle des grünen Sonderstp. wurde nur der allgemeine Flugbestätigungsstp. in Stuttgart

angebracht, Ankunftsstp. von Buenos Aires (28.12.) rückseitig bei Sieger und Michel nicht katalogisiert.

(Photo = 1 69) 286Ba 6 750 (€ 625)

460< Niederländisch Indien: Eingeschr. Kuvert adressiert nach Pernambuco, Abgabe beim

Postamt Berlin, frankiert mit fünf Luftpostmarken mit neuem Wertaudruck und einer

Freimarke, jede Marke einzeln entw. mit dem Einkreisstp. mit Brücke "Batavia 26.11.34"

(angeblich sind nur zwei solche Belege bekannt) Sieger = € 300/bei Michel nicht katalogisiert.

(Photo = 1 83) 286Bb 6 350 (€ 290)

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der Schweiz, Bordpostaufgabe während der Rückfahrt, frankiert mit zwei Flugpostmarken

und entw. mit dem Bordpoststp. "Luftschiff Graf Zeppelin - 17.12.34" (roter Bordstp.

daneben) Sieger = € 275. (Photo = 1 83) 286Ca 6 180 (€ 150)

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Albanien: 1933: 1. Südamerikafahrt vom 6. - 17 Mai, eingeschr. Vordruckkarte adressiert

nach Recife, frankiert mit drei Frei- und fünf Flugpostmarken, entw. mit fünf Abschlägen

in CHF ca. €

des Zweikreisstp. "Vlone 1.5.33" Sieger = € 450. (Photo = 1 83) 202Aa 6 200 (€ 165)

Argentinien 1930 Südamerikafahrt 18. Mai bis 6. Juni: Brief frankiert mit argentinischen

Zeppelinmarken mit dunkelgrünem Aufdruck zu 20 c., 50 c. und 90 c.., gest. "Buenos Aires

22 MAY 30" mit zwei nebengesetzten Sonderbestätigungsstp. nach Friedrichshafen (6.6.30)

Sieger 63.F. (Photo = 1 83) 63.F 6 50 (€ 40)

Belgien 1932: 3. Südamerikafahrt vom 18. - 27. April, eingeschr. Kuvert adressiert nach

Curityba/Brasilen, frankiert mit total elf Frei- und Flugpostmarken, etwas unsauber entw.

mit Einkreisstp. "Antwerpen 15.4.32" Sieger = € 330. (Photo = 1 83) 150Aa 6 160 (€ 135)

Bolivien 1930: Südamerikafahrt vom 18. Mai - 6. Juni/Heimfahrt, Kuvert (waagr. Bugspur)

adressiert nach Dessau, frankiert mit je einer kompl. Serie Zeppelin- (3) und Flugpostmarken

(6), sauber entw. mit Zweiringstp. "La Paz 14 MAYO 30", mit beiden bolivianischen

Bestätigungsstp., seltener Satzbrief Sieger = € 1'800.. (Photo = 1 69) 60D 6 750 (€ 625)

Brasilien 1932: 1. Südamerikafahrt vom 20. - 29. März (Rückfahrt), Kuvert adressiert

nach Cali/Kolumbien, frankiert mit drei brasil. Freimarken und entw. mit Zweikreisstp.

"Correio Aereo 24. III. 32", brasil. Sonderbestätigungsstp. in Rot, mit Zeppelin bis F'hafen

(Ankunftsstp. vom 29.3.rücks.), per Luftpost weitergeleitet nach Cali wo eine 2 c Freimarke,

eine private Vignette mit Eisenbahnmotiv und Inschrift EL EXPRESO TOBON sowie der

Leitstp. 'Via Condor-Zeppelin' in Rot angebracht wurden, rücks. schwarzer Kastenstp.

"Recibida Cali - 26. ABR. 1932", eigenhändige Unterschrift des Luftschiff-Kapitäns

Lehmann, ein nicht alltäglicher Kombinationsbeleg Sieger = € 375+. (Photo = 1 83) 139B 6 180 (€ 150)

Bulgarien 1934: 1. Südamerikafahrt vom 26. Mai - 5. Juni, eingeschr. Kuvert adressiert

nach Recife, frankiert mit fünf Freimarken aus der Serie 'Brieftaube', entw. mit Zweikreisstp.

"Sofia 22. V. 934", seltene Zulieferung, nur ca. 20 Stück bekannt Sieger = € 400. (Photo = 1 83)

Chile 1932: Zwei Rückfahrtbelege der 2. und 6. Südamerikafahrt, beide mit Buntfrankatur

und chilenischem Sonderbestätigungstp., einer mit Fehldruck 'V'' statt 'X' Sieger = € 475.

247Aa 6 250 (€ 210)

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Dänemark 1932: 4. Südamerikafahrt vom 2. - 12. Mai, eingeschr. Postkarte mit Antwortkarte

adressiert nach Recife, Wertstp. 15 ö rot und zwei Flugpostmarken als Zusatzfrankatur,

jeder Wert sauber entw. mit Zweikreisstp. mit Brücke "Kobvenhavn 30.4.32", mit

Anschlussflug Berlin nach F'hafen und mit Zeppelin bis Pernambuco, der Beleg mit der

Antwortkarte wurde während der Rückfahrt erneut beim Bordpostamt aufgeliefert, mit vier

Flugpostmarken frankiert und mit Bordpoststp. "Luftschiff Graf Zeppelin - 10.5.32" entw.,

147+ 181B 6 180 (€ 150)

Ankunftsstp. von Kopenhagen '11. (statt 12) 5.32 - 18.30', seltener Kombinationsbeleg Sieger 157B+

= € 250++.

(Photo = 1 87) 157Ac 6 200 (€ 165)

Danzig 1931: Polarfahrt 24. bis 31. Juli - Karte ab "Danzig 15.7.31" bis Eisbrecher

'Malyguin 27.VII.31' frankiert mit 2 1/2 G. Flugpost plus Zusatzfrankatur nach USA Sieger =

€ 900. (Photo = 1 87) 119 6 220 (€ 185)

Finnland 1930: Ostseefahrt vom 23. - 25. September Rückfahrt, Kuvert adressiert nach

Stockholm, frankiert mit zwei Zeppelin-Sondermarken, jede Marke sauber entw. mit dem

Zweikreisstp. mit Brücke "Helsinki 24. IX. 30" Sieger = € 675. (Photo = 1 87) 89B 6 250 (€ 210)

Finnland 1930 Ostseefahrt 23. bis 25. September: Zeppelinmarke 10 M. im senkr. Paar,

entw. mit Datumsstp. "Helsinki Helsingfors 24.IX.30", auf Brief nach Braunschweig,

nebengesetzt Postsonderstp. SUOMI FINLAND und rücks. Transitstp. Friedrichshafen

(25.9.). Attest Witschi SBPV (1994) Sieger 89B = € 675. (Photo = 1 87) 161 6 150 (€ 125)

Frankreich 1932: 1. Südamerikafahrt vom 20. - 29. März, eingeschr. s/w Ansichtskarte

(Aristide Briand), adressiert nach Recife, frankiert mit zwei versch. Freimarken, jeder Wert

sauber entw. mit Einkreisstp. "Paris 74 - 18 3 32' Sieger = € 475. (Photo = 1 87) 138Aa 6 200 (€ 165)

(Frankreich) Algerien 1934: Argentinienfahrt vom 23. Juni - 6. Juli, eingeschr. Kuvert

adressiert nach Buenes Aires, frankiert mit zwei versch. Freimarken, jeder Wert sauber

entw. mit Einkreisstp. "Alger Mustapha - 15.6.34", zwei Originalunterschriften von

Besatzungsmitgliedern Sieger = € 450. (Photo = 1 87) 254Ba 6 200 (€ 165)

(Frankreich) Senegal 1934: Argentinienfahrt vom 23. Juni - 6. Juli, s/w Ansichtskarte

'Graf Zeppelin über F'hafen' adressiert nach Pernambuco, vor- und rücks. frankiert mit drei

versch. Freimarken aus der Serie 'Markt' , jeder Wert entw. mit dem Zweikreisstp. "Dakar

15 JUIN 34" Sieger = € 1'000. (Photo = 1 69) 254 6 600 (€ 500)

Griechenland 1933: Italienfahrt vom 29. - 30. Mai, eingeschr. Kuvert adressiert nach

Wien, frankiert mit einer kompl. Serie Zeppelin-Marken und zwei Freimarken, entw. mit gr.

Einkreisstp. "Athen 27. V. 33" , roter Stp. vom Anschlussflug sowie Sonderbestätigungsstp.

in Blau, via Rom (29.V.) zurück nach F'hafen (30.5.) Sieger = € 1'000. (Photo = 1 87) 210y 6 400 (€ 330)


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Grossbritannien 1932: 1. Südamerikafahrt vom 20. - 29. März, Kuvert adressiert nach

Asuncion/Paraguay, frankiert mit einer Freimarke 1 s. und sauber entw. mit dem Dreickstp.

'LV', daneben roter Zweikreis vm Anschlussflug Berlin, drei Originalunterschriften von

in CHF ca. €

Besatzungsmitgliedern Sieger = € 500. (Photo = 1 87) 138B 6 200 (€ 165)

Irak 1933: Zuleitung zur 2. Südamerikafahrt, Einschreibebrief mit zwei Freimarken zu 8

und 30 F., entw. "Baghdad 24 MAY 33" mit Auflieferung Friedrichshafen nach Pernambuco,

je mit Bestätigungsstp. Sieger = € 500. (Photo = 1 87) 6 150 (€ 125)

Island 1931: Islandfahrt vom 30.Juni - 3. Juli, eingeschr. Kuvert adressiert nach Pforzheim,

frankiert mit Zeppelin-Sondermarken 30 A. und waagr. Paar 1 Kr., sauber entw. mit

Zweikreisstp. "Reykjavik 30. VI. 31" Sieger = € 465. (Photo = 1 87) 114D 6 160 (€ 135)

Island 1931 Islandfahrt 30. Juni bis 3. Juli: R-Brief frankiert mit 30 Aur und 2 Kr.,

entw. mit Datumsstp. "Reykjavik 30.VI.31" nach Hamburg mit nebengesetztem grünem

Sonderbestätigungsstp., rücks. Transitstp. Friedrichshafen und Ankunftsstp. (4.7.31) Sieger

114D = € 465. (Photo = 1 87) 147,149 6 150 (€ 125)

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Italien 1933 Italienfahrt 29. bis 30. Mai: Einschreibebrief mit Zeppelinmarke zu 20 L.,

entw. mit Postsonderstp.ROMA POSTA AERA - ZEPPELIN 29.5.33, Zusatzfrankatur entw.

mit Aufgabestp von Mailand (22.5.), grüner Sonderbestätigungsstp., versandt nach Buenos

Aires mit einer Vielzahl von rücks. Stempeln, schlussendlich nach Mailand retourniert. Sieger

208.G = € 1'500. 208.G 6 500 (€ 415)

(Italien) Tripolitanien 1933: Italienfahrt vom 29. - 30.Mai, Karte adressiert nach Rom,

aufgeliefert zur Rundfahrt über Rom, frankiert mit einer Zeppelin-Sondermarke 3 L. und

einer weiteren Marke als Zusatzfrankatur, sauer entw. mit Zweikreisstp."Tripoli 27.5.33",

Sonderbestätigungsstp. in Blau Sieger = € 200. (Photo = 1 87) 213A 6 160 (€ 135)

Japan 1929: Weltrundfahrt vom 7. August - 4. September, Kuvert adressiert nach

Winchester/USA, frankiert mit drei Freimarken und sauber entw. mit Zweikreisstp. mit

Brücke "Tokyo 21.8.29", mit Zeppelin befördert bis Los Angeles Sieger = € 500. (Photo = 1 87)

Japan 1930: Weltrundfahrt vom 7. August - 4. September, Postkarte mit Wertstp. 6 S. und

zwei Marken als Zusatzfrankatur, adressiert nach Lakehurst, entw. mit Zweikreisstp. mit

31A 6 160 (€ 135)

Brücke "Tokyo 21.8.29" Sieger = € 800. (Photo = 1 87) 31B 6 320 (€ 265)

Japan 1929: Weltrundfahrt vom 7. August - 4. September, Kuvert adressiert nach Zürich,

frankiert mit vier versch. Freimarken und sauber entw. mit Zweikreisstp. mit Brücke "Tokyo

21.8 29", mit Zeppelin befördert bis F'hafen, min. Alterungsspuren Sieger = € 750. (Photo = 1 89)

Kuwait 1934: 10. Südamerikafahrt vom 13. - 23. Oktober, eingeschr. Karte adressiert nach

Recife, frankiert mit zwei Flugpostmarken von Indien mit schwarzem Aufdruck KUWAIT,

sauber entw. mit Zweikreisstp. "Kuwait 28 SEP 34", Originalunterschriften von zwei

31C 6 250 (€ 210)

Besatzungsmitgliedern, seltene Zulieferung Sieger = € 1'000. (Photo = 1 89) 280Aa 6 450 (€ 375)


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Liechtenstein 1930: Spitzbergenfahrt vom 9. - 11. Juli, Karte adressiert nach F'hafen,

frankiert mit kompl. Serie der Huldigungsausgabe 1929 und einer weiteren Marke, sauber

entw. mit Zweikreisstp. "Vaduz 7. VII. 30", abgeworfen über Hammerfest Sieger = € 450.

in CHF ca. €

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Liechtenstein 1930: Landungsfahrt nach Genf am 14. September, Kuvert adressiert nach

Romanshorn, frankiert mit einem Viererblock der Huldigungsausgabe 70 Rp. braun (SBK

Nr. 83), zentr. entw. mit Zweikreisstp."Triesenberg 12. IX. 30" Sieger = € 130/Frankatur nach SBK = CHF

73A 6 200 (€ 165)

800+. (Photo = 1 89) 86A 6 200 (€ 165)

Liechtenstein 1930 LZ 127 5. Oktober: Brief frankiert zu 2.70 Fr. gest. "Vaduz

(Liechtenstein) 3.X.30" zur Landungsfahrt nach Görlitz mit rücks. Ankunftsstp. (5.10.30)

SLH ZF 138.B + Frankatur = CHF 560. (Photo = 1 89) 91.A 6 190 (€ 160)

Liechtenstein 1931: Fahrt Vaduz-Lausanne am 10. Juni, Karte frankiert mit Zeppelin-

Marke 1 Fr. adressiert nach Bern und Kuvert frankiert mit Zeppelin-Marke 2 Fr. adressiert

nach Genf, entw. mit dem roten Sonderstp. Sieger = € 600. (Photo = 1 89) 110A+ B 6 220 (€ 185)

Liechtenstein 1931: Polarfahrt vom 24. - 31. Juli, Kuvert adressiert nach F'hafen, frankiert

mit vier Freimarken (drei Versch.) aus der Serie 'Landschaftbilder' sowie mit einer kompl.

Serie Flugpostmarken von 1930, abgegeben in Berlin-Staaken am 25. Juli Sieger = € 175/Frankatur

nach SBK = CHF 450+. (Photo = 1 89) 119D 6 160 (€ 135)

Liechtenstein 1932: Schweizfahrt (250. Fahrt) am 28. Juni, Sonderkarte des Postmuseums

adressiert nach Dresden, frankiert mit Burg Vaduz 1.20 Fr. (SBK Nr. 95B), sauber entw. mit

dem Sonderstp. in Blau Sieger = € 250. (Photo = 1 89) 167/I 6 150 (€ 125)

Liechtenstein 1932: LUPOSTA-Fahrt vom 30. Juli - 1. August, Kuvert adressiert nach

Freienbach/CH, frankiert mit einer kompl. Serie Flugpostmarken (SBK Nrn. F1-F6), abgegeben

in Danzig Sieger = € 1357/Frankatur nach SBK = CHF 480. (Photo = 1 89) 169Aa 6 180 (€ 150)

Liechtenstein 1933: 1. Südamerikafahrt vom 6. - 17. Mai, vorgedruckte Werbekarte

adressiert nach Recife, frankiert mit kompl. Serie kl. Landschaftsbilder (SBK Nrn. 98-100),

sauber entw. mit Zweikreisstp. "Vaduz 28. IV. 33" Sieger = € 125/Frankatur nach SBK = CHF 900.

(Photo = 1 89)

Liechtenstein 1933: Chicagofahrt vom 14. Oktober - 2. November, Kuvert adressiert an

den Passagier Albert Thasler an Bord des Luftschiffes in Pernambuco, Einzelfrankatur

Fürstenpaar 2 Fr. (SBK Nr. 97B), sauber entw. mit Zweikreisstp. "Ruggell 12. X. 33" Sieger = € 375/

202Aa 6 280 (€ 230)

Frankatur nach SBK = CHF 325. (Photo = 1 89) 238Aaa 6 160 (€ 135)

Liechtenstein 1935: 7. Südamerikafahrt vom 29. Juni - 9. Juli, eingeschr. Kuvert adressiert

nach Buenos Aires, frankiert mit fünf Frei- und drei Flugpostmarken, sauber entw. mit

Zweikreisstp. "Vaduz 28. VI. 35", Transitstp. von Rio de Janeiro und Ankunftsstp. von

Buenos Aires mit Datum 4. Juli (rücks.) Sieger = € 135/Frankatur nach SBK = CHF 750. (Photo = 1 89) 308Aa 6 180 (€ 150)

Liechtenstein 1930/36: Lot fünf Zeppelinbelege von versch. Fahrten, alle mit guten

Frankaturen Sieger = € 680. (Photo = 1 89) 57/408 6 200 (€ 165)

Liechtenstein 1930/36: Lot 24 Zeppelin-Belege von versch. Fahrten, viele mit hohen

Frankaturen, dazu ein Vignettenbogen, auf Albumblättern Sieger = € 3'275 + Frankaturen.

(Photo = 1 www)

Luxemburg 1931 Schwabenfahrt 28. Juni: Beleg nach Bad Salzelmen, frankiert mit

Breguet Doppeldecker 1 Fr. rot, entw. Luxembourg (25.6.) sowie Deutsches Reich

Zeppelin 1 M., entw. Böblingen (28.6.), nebengesetzt Transitsstp. Friedrichshafen und

57-427 6 500 (€ 415)

Sonderbestätigungsstp. Mi. Lu 235, D 455,Sieger = € 375. (Photo = 1 89) 112 6 150 (€ 125)

Luxemburg 1931 1. Südamerikafahrt 29. August: Beleg nach New York, frankiert mit Breguet

Doppeldecker 1¾ Fr. blau, entw. Luxembourg (24.8.) sowie Deutsches Reich Adler 2 M. im

Paar, entw. Friedrichshafen (29.8.), nebengesetzt Sonderbestätigungsstp. und rücks. Transitsstp. Lu 237, D

Abwurf Cabo Verde (31.8.) und Ankunftsstp. (24.9.) Sieger 124A = € 300. (Photo = 1 89) 383 6 150 (€ 125)

Luxemburg 1933: Schweizfahrt am 18. Juli, Kuvert adressiert nach Echternach/L, frankiert

mit zwei versch. Flugpostmarken, jeder Wert zentr. entw. mit dem Sonderstp. "Exposition

Philatélique Diekirch - 16-18 Juillet 33", Zeppelinporto über RM 1.50 mit zwei versch.

Flugpostmarken sauber entw. mit dem Tagesstp. "F'hafen 18.7.33" Sieger = € 330. (Photo = 1 91)

Malta 1933: 3. Südamerikafahrt vom 1. - 12. Juli, eingeschr. Kuvert adressiert nach Rio

de Janeiro, frankiert mit vier versch. Freimarken und sauber entw. mit Zweiringstp. "AIR

222Aa 6 150 (€ 125)

MAIL 6 JUN 1933 - MALTA" Sieger = € 600. (Photo = 1 91) 219Aa 6 200 (€ 165)

Niederlande 1931 Polarfahrt 24. bis 31. Juli: Postkarte frankiert mit 40 c. und 75 c.

Luchtpost und 2½ c. Freimarke, entw. mit Datumsstp. Gravenhage über Eisbrecher Malygin

nach Basel mit nebengesetztem rotem Sonderbestätigungsstp.,Transitstp. Friedrichshafen

(24.7.) und "Brice-Glace Malygin" (27.7.) sowie Ankunftsstp. Basel (27.8.). Signiert R.

Koerber Sieger 119 = € 450. (Photo = 1 91) 148,213,214 6 150 (€ 125)

Niederlande 1930/36: Lot vier zugeleitete Belege von versch. Fahrten, dabei gute Frankatur

zu den Südamerikafahrten 1930 & 1931, Fahrt in die Niederlande 1932 und Hindenburg

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Österreich 1929: Weltrundfahrt vom 7. August - 4. September, Firmenkuvert der Konditorei

Josef Kromer adressiert nach Wien, frankiert mit vier Flugpostmarken (drei Versch.)

und sauber entw. mit Zweikreisstp. mit Brücke "Wien 1 - 12. VIII 29", befördert auf der

in CHF ca. €

Rundfahrt F'hafen - F'hafen Sieger = € 385. (Photo = 1 91) 30Ad 6 160 (€ 135)

Rumänien 1933: 6. Südamerikafahrt vom 2. - 12. September, eingeschr. Kuvert adressiert

nach Rio de Janeiro, frankiert mit fünf versch. Frei- und Flugpostmarken, sauber entw. mit

Doppelovalstp. "Bucuresti 1 - 29 AUG 933" Sieger = € 350. (Photo = 1 91) 229Aa 6 150 (€ 125)

Russland 1931: Polarfahrt 24. bis 31. Juli - Gezähnter Satz auf R-Brief von "Leningrad

25.VII.31" zum Eisbrecher 'Malyguin 27.VII.31' nach Moskau mit Ankunftsstp. vom 26.

August Sieger = € 1'300. (Photo = 1 91) 120Ca 6 400 (€ 330)

Russland 1931: Polarfahrt 24. bis 31. Juli - Lot neun R-Briefe/Karten frankiert mit den

geschnittenen Sondermarken, dabei Auflieferung Eisbrecher 'Malyguin' (2) sowie Leningrad

(7). (Photo = 1 www) 120 6 280 (€ 230)

Saargebiet 1929: Weltrundfahrt vom 7. August - 4. September, Karte adressiert nach

Pforzheim, frankiert mit drei versch. Freimarken, jeder Wert entw. mit dem Zweikreisstp.

mit Brücke "Saarbrücken 14. 8. 39", befördert auf der Strecke F'hafen - Tokyo Sieger = € 550.

(Photo = 1 91)

Saargebiet 1931: Polarfahrt 24. bis 31. Juli - Karte ab "Saarbrücken 21.7.31" bis Leningrad

sowie Brief der Etappe Berlin bis Eisbrecher 'Malyguin' frankiert mit 2 x 10 Fr. Madonna

30Aa 6 220 (€ 185)

mit allen Flug- und Ankunftstp., seltene Etappenpost Sieger = € 900. (Photo = 1 91) 119E+ H 6 320 (€ 265)

Saargebiet 1932: Fahrt in die Schweiz (250. Fahrt) am 28. Juni, Firmenkuvert der

Zentral-Apotheke in Saarbrücken adressiert nach Zürich, gute Frankatur mit zwei versch.

Freimarken (Mi Nr. 121+157 - letztere als MF = € 1'500), sauber entw. mit Zweikreisstp.

mit Brücke "Saarbrücken 2 - 25.6.32", abgeworfen über dem Flugplatz Zürich Sieger = € 350.

(Photo = 1 91)

Saargebiet 1933: Saargebietsfahrt am 25. Juni, Karte und s/w Ansichtskarte (Saarbrücken

Hafen) adressiert nach Dudweiler resp. Saarbrücken , Einzelfrankaturen mit Mi Nrn. 121

+159, sauber entw. mit Zweikreisstp. mit Brücke "Saarbrücken 25.6.33", jeder Beleg mit

166a 6 450 (€ 375)

beiden Sonderbestätigungsstp. in Grün und Blaugrün Sieger = € 660. (Photo = 1 91) 218C 6 220 (€ 185)

San Marino 1933: Italienfahrt vom 29. - 30. Mai, eingeschr. farbige Werbekarte der 'Societa

Aerea Mediterranea' adressiert nach Pernambuco, frankiert mit einer Sondermarke '10 L' auf

1 L. blau und fünf weiteren Marken als Zusatzfrankatur, entw. mit dem grünen Sonderstp.

CITTA bzw. dem Zweikreisstp. mit Datum "26 MAG 33", Somnderbestätigungsstp. in

Ultramarin Sieger = € 250. (Photo = 1 91) 209/IC 6 220 (€ 185)

Schweiz 1929: Probefahrt im weiteren Bodenseegebiet am 18. Februar, s/w Ansichtskarte

'LZ 127 - Grosser Aufenthaltsraum' adressiert nach Uzwil in der Schweiz, roter Bordstp. mit

Datum 18. FEB, unfrankiert abgeworfen über St. Gallen und bei Ankunft in Uzwil mit 20

Rp. nachtaxiert Sieger = € 600. (Photo = 1 91) 022/VIb 6 220 (€ 185)

1929: Weltrundfahrt vom 7. August - 4. September, Kuvert adressiert nach Zürich, Frankatur

sauber entw. mit zwei Abschlägen des Zweikreisstp, "Zürich - 14. VIII, 29 - Luftpost", mit

Zeppelin befördert auf der Strecke Friedrichshafen-Los Angeles Sieger = € 435/Frankatur = CHF 1'065.

(Photo = 1 91)

1929: Weltrundfahrt vom 7. August - 4. September, offiz. Werbekarte 'Tiro Federale

Bellinzona' adressiert nach Los Angeles, Einzelfrankatur mit Gebirgslandschaften Rütli

5 Fr. ultramarin, sauber entw. mit Zweikreisstp. "Neuhausen 10. VIII. 29", mit Zeppelin

befördert bis Los Angeles, seltene Spätverwendung des 5 Fr.-Wertes in der ultramarinen

30Ab 6 250 (€ 210)

Farbe Sieger = € 435. (Photo = 1 91) 30Ab 6 200 (€ 165)

1929: Weltrundfahrt vom 7. August - 4. September, Kuvert adressiert nach Zürich, Frankatur

sauber entw. mit drei Abschlägen des Zweikreisstp. "Zürich - 14. VIII. 29 - Luftpost", mit

Zeppelin befördert auf der Strecke Friedrichshafen-Lakehurst Sieger = € 330/Frankatur = CHF 716.

(Photo = 1 91)

1929: Weltrundfahrt vom 7. August - 4. September, Kuvert adressiert nach Basel, frankiert

mit drei hohen Freimarken (SBK Nrn. 131+166+178), sauber entw. mit zwei Abschlägen des

Zweikreisstp. "Basel 12. VIII. 29", Rundfahrtbeleg F'hafen-F'hafen Sieger = € 300/Frankatur nach SBK

30Ac 6 180 (€ 150)

=CHF 500+. (Photo = 1 93) 30Ad 6 250 (€ 210)

1929: Weltrundfahrt vom 7. August - 4. September, grossform. Kuvert der Rundfahrt

F'hafen - F'hafen adressiert nach Oberwil bei Büren/BE, farbenfrohe Frankatur mit total

drei Frei- und acht Flugpostmarken, ideal entw. mit dem Zweikreisstp. "Oberwil b/B - 12.

VI. 29", ein dekorativer Beleg Sieger = € 300/Frankatur nach SBK = CHF 690+. (Photo = 1 93) 30Ad 6 200 (€ 165)

1929: Weltrundfahrt vom 7. August - 4. September, Karte adressiert nach Basel, gute

Frankatur mit Gebirgslandschaften Mythen 3 Fr. rot, und Rütli 5 Fr. blau sowie einer

Flugpostmarke Ikarus 1 Fr. violett (SBK Nrn. 142+178+F12), jeder Wert sauber entw. mit

Zweikreisstp. mit Brücke "Basel Fil. VIII - 12. VIII. 29 - Gundeldingen", befördert auf der

Rundfahrt F'hafen - F'hafen Sieger = € 300/Frankatur nach SBK = CHF 585+. (Photo = 1 93) 30Ad 6 180 (€ 150)


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1929 Weltrundfahrt 7. August bis 4. September: Ansichtskarte frankiert zu 2.75 Fr.,

gest. "Schaffhausen 13.VIII.29" und weitergeleitet nach Friedrichshafen (15. Aug.) zur

in CHF ca. €

Weltrundfahrt bis Tokio mit Destination Kobe SLH ZF 102.A + Frankatur = CHF 580. (Photo = 1 93) 30 6 100 (€ 85)

1929: 1. Schweizfahrt am 26. September, Kuvert adressiert nach Kreuzlingen,

Bordpostaufgbe, ein Blanko-Abschlag des Bordpoststp. "Luftschiff Graf Zeppelin -

26.91929" und daneben zwei Abschläge des roten Bordstp., abgeworfen über Lausanne wo

die Schweizer-Frankatur mit dem Zweikreisstp, "Lausanne 26. IX. 29 - 13" entw. wurde

Sieger = € 300. (Photo = 1 93) 35g 6 160 (€ 135)

1929: 3. Schweizfahrt am 28. September, Kuvert adressiert nach Buchau/Württemberg,

frankiert mit einer nicht mehr gültigen UPU-Freimarke (SBK Nr. 167), neben der Marke ein

Abschlag des Borpoststp. "Luftschiff Graf Zeppelin - 28.9.1929", abgeworfen über Zürich

(Enge) wo der grosse 'T'-Stempel angebracht wurde, bei Ankunft in Deutschland mit '50'

Pfg. Nachgebühr belegt, trotz einiger Alterungsspuren ein nicht alltäglicher Beleg Sieger = €

400. (Photo = 1 93) 37b 6 180 (€ 150)

1929: 4. Schweizfahrt am 2. Oktober, s/w Ansichtskarte 'LZ 127 über der Luftschiffhalle'

adressiert nach Neuenburg in Baden, frankiert mit zwei Luftpostmarken, jeder Wert sauber

entw. mit dem Bordpoststp. "Luftschiff Graf Zeppelin 2.10.1929", abgeworfen über Zürich

(Oberstrass) Sieger = € 375. (Photo = 1 93) 39a 6 160 (€ 135)

1929: 4. Schweizfahrt am 2. Oktober, s/w Ansichtskarte 'Rückkehr von der Weltreise'

adressiert nach London, ein Abschlag des Bordstp. mit Datum "2, OKT. 1929", abgeworfen

zwischen Romanshorn und Winterthur, Schweizer-Frankatur sauber entw. mit dem

Zweikreisstp "AMBULANT 3. 10. 29 - 3740" Sieger = € 950. (Photo = 1 93) 39f 6 350 (€ 290)

1929: Fahrt nach Zürich-Dübendorf am 2. November, Kuvert adressiert nach Basel, frankiert

mit einem Viererblock der Flugpostmarke 'geflügelter Brief' 40 Rp. (SBK Nr. F15), zentr. entw.

mit Zweikreisstp. "Romanshorn 26. X. 29" Sieger = € 30/Frankatur nach SBK = CHF 850+. (Photo = 1 93)

1930: Südamerikafahrt vom 18. Mai - 6. Juni, Lot vier Bildpostkarten 'Mater Fluviorum' 20

Rp. dunkelkarmin (Zu Nr. 123/5) adressiert an die gleiche Anschrift in Erlenbach/CH, jede mit

46 6 160 (€ 135)

Zusatzfrankatur bestehend aus Frei- und Flugpostmarken vor- und rücks. Sieger = € 640.

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1930: Südamerikafahrt vom 18. Mai - 6. Juni, Bildpostkarte 'Mater Fluviorum' 20 Rp.

dunkelkarmin (Zu Nr. 123/3) adressiert nach Erlenbach/ZH, vor- und rückseitig frankiert

mit einer Frei- und zwei Flugpostmarken, sauber entw. "Romanshorn 16. V. 30", abgeworfen

D+ E 6 180 (€ 150)

über Praia/Kapverdische Inseln Sieger = € 330. (Photo = 1 93) 57B 6 150 (€ 125)

1930: Alpenfahrt am 2. Juli, Karte adressiert nach Berlin, frankiert mit zwei versch.

Flugpostmarken und sauber entw. mit Zweikreisstp. "Romanshorn 26. VI. 30", abgeworfen

über Straubing, roter Bordstp. und Ankunftsstp. "Straubing 2.7.30" Sieger = € 375. (Photo = 1 93)

1930: Nordlandfahrt vom 16. - 18. Juli, Bildpostkarte 'Mater Fluviorum' 20 Rp. dunkelkarmin

(ZU Nr. 123/8) adressiert nach Basel, Zusatzfrankatur mit zwei versch. Flugpostmarken,

sauber entw. mit Zweikreisstp. "Romanshorn 15. VII. 30", abgeworfen über Bergen Sieger =

70A 6 150 (€ 125)

€ 440. (Photo = 1 93) 74A 6 180 (€ 150)

1930: Pfalzfahrt am 20. Juli, s/w Ansichtskarte 'LZ 127 vor dem Aufstieg', adressiert

nach Basel, frankiert mit zwei versch. Flugpostmarken (SBK Nrn. F12+F15), sauber entw. mit

Zweikreisstp. "Romanshorn 19. VII. 30", Postabgabe in Lachen Sieger = € 350. (Photo = 1 93)

1931: 3. Südamerikafahrt vom 17. - 28. Oktober, Kuvert adressiert nach Bernal/Buenos

Aires, schöne Einzelfrankatur mit Gebirgslandschaften Rütli 5 Fr. blau (SBK Nr. 178), sauber

entw. mit Zweikreistp. "Romanshorn 16. X. 31", mit Zeppelin befördert bis Rio de Janeiro

75A 6 120 (€ 105)

Sieger = € 85/Frankatur nach SBK = CHF 500. (Photo = 1 93) 133Aa 6 180 (€ 150)

1931: 3. Südamerikafahrt 17. bis 28. Oktober, Postkarte mit Antwortteil 20/25 Rp. von

der Hin- und Rückfahrt mit CH-Zusatzfrankatur Fr. 2.30 gest. "Romanshorn 16.X.31" und

Tagesstp. (17.10) nach Pernambuco mit Flugbestätigungsstp., zweisprachiger Werbestp.

"Achtung! Benutzen Sie Zeppelin-Rückfahrt. Übergeben Sie Ihre Antwort dem Flugdienst

Condor" in Rot und Ankuftsstp. (20.X.31); in Brasilien zusätzlich frankiert mit 2.500 + 200

Reis, gest. S.NOTTE-PERNAM 22.X.31 nach Friedrichshafen mit Ankunftsstp. (28.10.)

Komplette Postkarten mit Antwortteil sind selten Sieger = € 350, SLH ZF 164D + Frankatur = CHF 750.

(Photo = 1 95)

1931: 3. Südamerikafahrt vom 17. - 28. Oktober, Postkarte mit Antwortkarte adressiert

nach Pernambuco (bzw. Gonten/AI für die Rückfahrt), Wertstp. Tellbrustbild '20' auf 25 Rp.

orangerot (ZU Nr. 91) und zwei Marken als Zusatzfrankatur, sauber entw. mit Zweikreisstp.

"Romanshorn 16. X. 31", Antwortkarte in Brasilen frankiert und am 22. X. abgestp., seltene

133 6 260 (€ 215)

Doppelkarte in guter Erhaltung. (Photo = 1 95) 133Aa 6 180 (€ 150)

1931: 3. Südamerikafahrt vom 17. - 28. Oktober, eingeschr. Streifband für eine Zeitung

adressiert nach Recife, Wertstp. Tellknabe '5' auf 7 1/2 Rp. und zwei Flugpostmarken als

Zusatzfrankatur, entw. mit Zweikreisstp. "Genève 15. X. 31" , mit rotem Postwerbestp.,

seltenes Poststück. (Photo = 1 95) 133Ba/133o 6 150 (€ 125)


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1932: 9. Südamerikafahrt vom 24. Oktober - 3. November, Postkarte mit Antwortkarte

adressiert nach Pernambuco (bzw. Zürich für die Rückfahrt), Wertstempel Tellbrustbild '20'

auf 25 Rp. orangerot (Zu Nr. 91) und zwei Marken als Zusatzfrankatur, sauber entw. mit

Zweikreisstp. "Romanshorn 23. X. 23", Antwortkarte in Brasilien frankiert und am 30. X.

in CHF ca. €

abgestp., seltene Doppelkarte in guter Erhaltung. (Photo = 1 95) 195aa 6 180 (€ 150)

1933: Italienfahrt vom 29. - 30. Mai Rückfahrt, Bildpostkarte 'Grosse Wertziffer' 20 Rp.

dunkelrosa (Zu Nr. 130) adressiert nach Luzern, Zusatzfrankatur mit einer Flugpostmarke

Ikarus 1 Fr. violett (SBK Nr. F12), sauber entw. mit Zweikreisstp. "Zürich Flugplatz 26. V. 33",

Sonderbestätigungsstp. in Blau, mit Zeppelin befördert Rom - F'hafen Sieger = € 750.

(Photo = 1 95)

1933: italienfahrt vom 29. - 30 Mai - Rückfahrt, Kuvert adressiert nach Murten, frankiert

mit drei versch. Flugpostmarken, sauber entw. mit Zweikreisstp. "Zürich Flugplatz - 27. V.

33", Sonderbestätigungsstp. in Blauviolett, , in Rom aufgeliefert für die Rückfahrt, rücks.

Postsonderstp. "Roma - 29. V. 33 - Posta Aerea" sowie der grüne Ankunftsstp. von F'hafen

207 6 250 (€ 210)

Sieger = € 750. (Photo = 1 95) 207 6 220 (€ 185)

1933: Italienfahrt vom 29. - 30. Mai, Ansichtskarte adressiert nach St. Gallen, vor- und

rücks. frankiert mit total 29 Marken, Abgabe Livorno (ohne Ankunftsstp.) sowie eingeschr.

Vordruckkarte adressiert nach Rom, frankiert mit drei Flugpostmarken, Abgabe in Rom

am 29. Mai, alle Marken sauber entw. mit dem Zweikreisstp. "Romanshorn 28. V. 33", ein 207Aaa+

schönes Paar Sieger = € 450.

(Photo = 1 95) 207Ba 6 200 (€ 165)

1933: Chicagofahrt vom 14. Oktober - 2. November, eingeschr. Kuvert der Rundfahrt

F'hafen - F'hafen adressiert nach Zürich, vor- und rücks. dekorativ frankiert mit total neun

Frei- (8) und Flugpostmarken (1), sauber entw. mit Zweikreisstp. 'Romandhorn 14. X. 33'

Sieger = € 300. (Photo = 1 95) 238Cba 6 120 (€ 105)

1936: Olympiafahrt am 1. August, Kuvert adressiert nach Zürich, frankiert mit drei versch.

Flugpostmarken und sauber entw. mit Zweikreisstp. "Basel 31. VII. 36" Sieger = € 475.

(Photo = 1 95)

1929/34: Lot 13 Belege von verschiedenen Fahrten, dabei 1929 Weltrundfahrt und Fahrt nach

Dübendorf, 1930 Südamerikafahrt, Hollandfahrt und versch. Kurzfahrten in die Schweiz, 1.

427A 6 200 (€ 165)

und 3. Südamerikafahrt 1931 sowie Romfahrt 1933 SLH = CHF 1'800. (Photo = 1 www) 6 250 (€ 210)

Spanien 1930: Südamerikafahrt vom 18. Mai - 6. Juni, Kuvert adressiert nach F'hafen,

frankiert mit 16 Freimarken und entw. mit Zweikreisstp. "Sevilla 18 MAY 30",

Rundfahrtbeleg Sevilla-Sevilla Sieger = € 450. (Photo = 1 95) 58C 6 160 (€ 135)

Spanien 1930: Südamerikafahrt vom 18. Mai - 6. Juni, Kuvert adressiert nach Barcelona,

frankiert mit drei Freimarken und entw. mit Sechseckstp. "Barcelona 12 MAY 30",

Rundfahrtbeleg Sevilla-Sevilla mit deutschem Sonderbestätigungsstp. Sieger = € 450.

(Photo = 1 95)

Uruguay 1934: Eingeschr. Karte adressiert nach Friedrichshafen, aufgeliefert zur

Weihnachtsfahrt-Rückfahrt, Frankatur entw. "Montevideo 18.11. 34", zusätzlicher

58F 6 160 (€ 135)

Agenturstp. der Firma Stoecker (Palme) in Blau Sieger = € 185. (Photo = 1 95) 287Ca 6 150 (€ 125)

USA 1930: Südamerikafahrt vom 18. Mai - 6. Juni Rückfahrt, farbige Ansichtskarte 'Statue

of Liberty' adressiert nach Altona/D und Kuvert adressiert nach Zürich/CH, frankiert

mit einer Zeppelin-Sondermarke 65 c. bzw. 1.30 $, entw. mit zwei versch. Tagesstp. von

Brooklyn und Lakehurst Sieger = € 1025. (Photo = 1 95) 64F+ G 6 320 (€ 265)

USA 1933: Chicagofahrt vom 14. Oktober - 2. November, Lot eine Karte und zwei Kuverts

von versch. Fahrtetappen, frankiert mit einer Zeppelin-Sondermarke 50 c. Sieger = € 600.

(Photo = 1 95) 242A+ B+ D

USA 1929/33: Lot sechs Belege von versch. Fahrten, dabei 1929 Weltrundfahrt mit

amerikanischer Frankatur (2), 1930 Weltrundfahrt mit Sondermarke $ 1.30 sowie 1933

Chicagofahrt mit versch. Frankaturen der Sondermarke 50 c. (3, dabei ein Viererblock),

6 180 (€ 150)

dabei zwei Belege vom Ersttag Sieger = € 2'765. (Photo = 1 www) 6 500 (€ 415)

Vatikan 1933: Italienfahrt vom 29. - 30 Mai, eingeschr. Kuvert adressiert nach Barcelona,

aufgegeben zur Rundfahrt über Rom, frankiert mit zwei versch. Freimarken und entw. mit

dem Handstp. "Città del Vaticano 27.5.33", Zusatzfrankatur für das Zeppelinporto mit einer

Marke 5 L (gest. 29.5.33), Sonderbestätigungssstp. in Blauviolett Sieger = € 850. (Photo = 1 97)

Vatikan 1939: Ostpreussenfahrt am 26. August, eingeschr. Kuvert adressiert nach

Königsberg, frankiert mit einer Frei- und einer Flugpostmarke, sauber entw. mit

Zweikreisstp. "Città del Vaticano 21.8.39", Luftschiff-Porto mit zwei Werten 'Adler vor

Weltkugel' 50 Pfg . dunkelgrün gestp. "Flug- und Luftschiffhafen Rhein-Main - 26.8.39",

208Vb 6 320 (€ 265)

Flugbestätigungs- und Ausfallstp. in Rot daneben Sieger = € 650. (Photo = 1 97) 464 6 280 (€ 230)

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Michel 2012 Ausrufpreis

in CHF

Ausrufpreis

ca. €

1900/24: Lot drei gelaufene Postkarten und ein Brief 'Mit Luftschiff Z.R.3 befördert'

nach USA, dazu acht bessere Ansichtskarten, inkl. frühe Ansicht vom ersten Aufstieg des

Luftschiffs Graf Zeppelin vom 2. Juli 1900. (Photo = 1 97) 6 220 (€ 185)

1912/39: Sammlung resp. Lot mit 134 Zeppelin-Belegen, dabei Briefe, Karten,

Ansichtskarten und Ganzsachen mit Zusatzfrankatur, meist in sehr guter Erhaltung, in zwei

Ganzsachenalben Sieger = € 14'000. 16-461 6 2'200 (€ 1'825)

1924/36: Lot 60 Zeppelin-Belege von versch. Fahrten, dabei Briefe, Karten, Ansichtskarten,

Ganzsachen mit Zusatzfrankatur und eine Bundesfeierkarte, viele gute und hohe Frankaturen,

vorab in ausgesuchter Erhaltung, in einem Ganzsachenalbum Sieger = € 10'000. 20-441 6 1'500 (€ 1'245)

1927/28: Lot sechs s/w Originalfotografien im Format 120 x 170 mm, die Bilder zeigen

versch. Bauphasen des 'LZ 127', dazu zwei Fotos mit Innenansichten eines Salons und einer

Schlafkabine. 150 (€ 125)

1928: Seltene Mappe mit 20 s/w Originalfotografien vom Amerika-Luftschiff LZ 126,

herausgegeben von der Luftschiffbau Zeppelin Gmbh in F'hafen, die Fotos im Format ca. 160

x 220 mm zeigen Graf Zeppelin, Hugo Eckener, Commerzienrat Colsmann (Generaldirektor

des Luftschiffbau-Konzerns), Dr. Dürr (Direktor der Luftschiffbau-Werft), Bau des LZ 126,

Besatzung des LZ 126 und Anderes mehr, in sehr guter Erhaltung. 500 (€ 415)

1928/36: Lot 16 Belege von verschiedene Fahrten mit Frankaturen deutscher Zeppelinmarken,

dabei 1928 Amerikafahrt (2), 1929 Orientfahrt, Amerikafahrt (3) und Weltrundfahrt, 1930

Südamerikafahrt (5) und Ostseefahrt, weiterhin zwei Flugpostbelege Mi = € 3'900+ 6 500 (€ 415)

1928/37: Lot 18 Belege, dabei Amerikafahrt 1928 (5), Orientfahrt 1929 (2), Weltrundfahrt

1929 (2), Südamerikafahrt 1930 mit Anschlussflug nach Lakehurst und 1933 Chicagofahrt

Rundfahrt (2) Sieger = € 3'600+. 6 500 (€ 415)

1929/: Lot 14 Belege von versch. Fahrten, dabei 1929 Weltfahrt mit japanischer Frankatur,

1930 Südamerikafahrt mit brasilianischen Frankaturen (3), Russlandfahrt, 1931 Ungarnfahrt

(2), sowjetische Zuleitung zur 8. Südamerikafahrt, weiterhin Italien 1933 Zeppelinserie

gest. und zwei Flugpostbelege Mi = € 3'600+. 6 500 (€ 415)

1929/36: Lot drei Belege von versch. Fahrten, dabei Mittelmeerfahrt Abwurf San Remo,

Polarfahrt Berlin - Malyguin sowie Hindenburg 1. NA-Fahrt Sieger = € 745. (Photo = 1 97) 6 200 (€ 165)

1929/37: Lot 142 Zeppelinbelege inkl. Vertragsstaaten, dabei Dt. Reich, Italien, Luxemburg,

Österreich, Russland, Saargebiet, Argentinien, Brasilien, Paraguay. USA etc., vorab in guter

Erhaltung, dazu etwas Zeppelin-Memorabilia, in einem Album Sieger = € 8'700+. 6 1'200 (€ 995)

1929/39: Lot Zeppelin-Memorabilia, dabei Fotokarten, Gepäckaufkleber, Speisekarten, eine

Passagierliste der Englandfahrt 1932 sowie drei Bücher 'Graf Zeppelin' von Hugo Eckener

(Erstausgabe von 1938), 'Mit Graf Zeppelin um die Welt' von Max Geisenheyner (1929)

sowie eine gebunde Kopie des 'Handbuch der Luftpostkunde' von Alexander Berezowski

(1930). 200 (€ 165)

1930 Spitzbergenfahrt 9. bis 11. Juli - Lot drei Karten vom Abwurf "Hammerfest 10.VII.30",

dabei Zuleitungen von Österreich sowie von Liechtenstein 20 Rp. GSK mit Zusatzfrankatur

gest. "Triesenberg 5.VII.30". (Photo = 1 97) 73 6 200 (€ 165)

1930 Nordlandfahrt 16. bis 18. Juli - Lot sechs Belege vom Abwurf "Hammerfest

16.VII.30", dabei Zuleitung aus den Niederlanden, 20 Rp. Bildpostkarte mit

Zusatzfrankatur von Liechtenstein gest. "Triesenberg 14.VII.30", sowie aus der Schweiz,

dazu Karte von der Rückfahrt mit Autogramm von Umberto Nobile, der bei dieser Fahrt

an Bord war Sieger = € 1'370. (Photo = 1 97) 174 6 400 (€ 330)

1930/36: Lot zwei Belege plus sechs versch. Luftpost-Zeppelin-Vignetten, dabei Karte

der Deutschlandfahrt 1930 mit Dt. Frankatur und Bordpostentwertung (22.6.30) und

Luftpostbestätigung Hamburg-Fuhlsbüttel nach Basel sowie Beleg der Hindenburg

Olympiafahrt 1936 mit Schweizer Frankatur. 6 300 (€ 250)

1931: Polarfahrt 24. bis 31. Juli - Lot fünf Belege von versch. Zuleitungen mit guten

Frankaturen, dabei, Liechtenstein Abgabe Berlin, Niederlande bis Leningrad sowie

Österreich (2) und Schweiz zum Eisbrecher 'Malyguin' Sieger = € 1'100. 119 6 320 (€ 265)

1931/39: Lot 12 Belege von versch. Fahrten, dabei 1. Südamerikafahrt vom Anschlussflug

Berlin frankiert mit Zeppelinmarken, Islandfahrt 1931 sowie Beleg deutsche Luftpost mit

Schleuderflug EUROPA - NEW YORK. 6 350 (€ 290)

1934: Sammelbilderalben 'Zeppelin-Weltfahrten' Band I+II, herausgegeben vom

Zigarettenbilderdienst Lohse in Dresden, komplett mit allen Bromsilber-Bildern, Band I zusätzlich

mit sechs weiteren Aufnahmen im Postkartenformat, übliche Gebrauchssspuren. 180 (€ 150)

1937: 1. Südamerikafahrt LZ 129 "Hindenburg" 16. - 26. März: Dienstmarke Liechtenstein

10 Rp. violett, gest. Vaduz (12.3.) und schweizer Zusatzfrankatur Pro Patria Sonderblock sowie

zwei Flugpostmarken, entw. in Basel (14.III.) auf grossformatigem Einschreibebrief, zugeleitet

via Bahnpost "Frankfurt - Basel" (15.3.) nach Pernambuco und retourniert an den Absender in

Stuttgart-Zuffenhausen mit rücks. Ankunftsstp. (21. resp. 22.4.) LPKZF260. 450B 6 400 (€ 330)


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569< 1934: Zwei Belege, Dampfer "Bremen" - Southampton, Seepostaufgabe 5.7.34 resp. 9.8.34,

drei resp. sechs Werte mit Seepoststp. der "Bremen" entw., beide zurückgesandt nach

Deutschland. Haberer = Nr. 163c & 171c. (Photo = 1 97) 6 100 (€ 85)

569A< Katapultpost 1933/36: Lot drei Belege, dabei Dampfer Bremen - New York 1./2. Oktober

1933 frankiert mit 40 Rp. im waagr. Paar, Seepostaufgabe Dampfer Europa 26. Juli 33 in die

Schweiz sowie Nachbringeflug Köln - Cherbourg zum Dampfer Bremen vom 23. Mai 1936

SLH KF 70. 6 200 (€ 165)

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1935/83: Sammlung ca. 750 Belege in sieben Alben, dabei verschiedene Raketenpost-

Versuche von Afghanistan über Deutschland, Frankreich, Niederlande, Schweiz bis Taiwan

und USA der Jahre 1935/72. Weiterhin div. Markenausgaben, Kleinbogen gest./ungest.

und Belege zu den versch. Weltraumprogrammen der Sowjetunion, wie Luna - Lunochod -

Sputnik - Interkosmos - Woschod - Wostok - Zond - Sojus - Saljut sowie Belege von versch.

USA-Missionen, dabei Apollo 11 bis 17, inkl. Kapitänsbeleg vom Hauptbergungsschiff

USS Horne der Apollo 11, Startbeleg zu Apollo 15 mit KSC - Entwertung und

Originalunterschriften der Astronauten Scott, Worden und Irwin sowie Skylab & Space

Shuttle Missionen von den ersten Tests bis zu den benannten Flügen. 6** 1'000 (€ 830)

DO-X

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1931: Dt. Reich Südamerikafahrt 2 M. blau (senkr. Dreierstreifen), übergehend entw. mit

Datumsstp. von Friedrichshafen (13.11.30), nebengesetzt DORNIER FLUGSCHIFF DOX 30

JAN. 31 D 1929, violetter "Erster Überseeflug des Dornier Flugschiffs DO-X" und schwarzer

DOX PRIMEIRO VOL 1931 auf Flugpostbrief mit dem ersten Überseeflug des DO-X von

Friedrichshafen nach Rio de Janeiro, weitergeleitet nach Newark USA. 6 800 (€ 665)

1932 (14. Nov.): Flugschiff DoX Zürich - Altenrhein, Eingeschriebene Karte frankiert

mit Freimarken zu Fr. 1.50 gest. ZÜRICH 14.XI.32.14 per Flugschiff vom Zürichsee

nach "STAAD b. Rorschach 14. XI." mit Flugbestätigungsstp. und seltenem Rechteckstp.

'FLUGSCHIFF DORNIER "Do X" D 1929' in violett und Unterschrift des Kapitäns Fr.

Christiansen, weitergeleitet nach Basel. Dazu Fotokarte des Flugschiffs auf dem Zürichsee

SLH SF 32.13a. (Photo = 1 99) 6 300 (€ 250)

1931: 1. DO-X Überseeflug, Karte adressiert nach Rotterdam, Frankatur entw. mit zwei

Abschlägen des Zweikreistp. "Amsterdam 27. X. 1930", roter Flugbestätigungsstp. und

Bordpoststp vom 30. Januar, daneben Trasnsit F'hafen (13. 11. 30) und Puerto de la Luz ( 31

MAY 31) Harms = DM 550. 14.NLa 6 160 (€ 135)

1932: 1. DO-X Postflug in der Schweiz am 14. November, Kuvert adressiert nach Olten,

gute Frankatur mit total 12 Marken, dabei ein Zwischenstregpaar mit senkr. Perforierung

(SBK Nr. S 35), sauber entw. mit fünf Abschlägen des Zweikreistp. "Zürich 14. XI. 32-14", roter

Flugbestätigungsstp. und Ankunftsstp. von Staad Harms = DM 350/Franaktur nach SBK = CHF 850+.

(Photo = 1 97)

1929/33: Lot fünf Luftpostkarten, dabei DO-X Südamerikaflug 30.1.31 über Rio in die USA

(2), Flug Passau - Schweiz 5.9.33 (2), sowie Katapultflug "Bremen" - New York 12.8.29

67.CHa.I 6 250 (€ 210)

Harms/Haberer = DM 860. 6 100 (€ 85)


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in CHF

Baden 1790/1868: Sammlung hunderter vorab gest. Marken und 50 Belege, dabei 1790

Brief des schwedischen Kronprinzen Frederick Adolph von Göttingen nach Carlsruhe,

1851 1 Kr. gest., 3 Kr. & 6 Kr. mit roten und blauen Stempeln, 9 Kr. auf Brief, 1862/64

18 Kr. gest., diese und spätere Ausgaben mit grosser Vielfalt von Stempeln und Einheiten

gesammelt, auch interessante Briefdestinationen wie Frankreich, Algerien, Italien und USA

sowie Landpost 1 Kr. & 3 Kr. gest. Eine alte Sammlung, die zuletzt 1968 ausgestellt wurde,

in unterschiedlicher Qualität, aber mit einem speziellen Reiz. 5'000 (€ 4'150)

1851/68: Lot Hunderte gest./ungest. Marken, dabei bessere Werte wie 18 Kr. 1862 und

Landpost, grosse Stempelvielfalt, viele Briefstücke und zwölf Belege. 600 (€ 500)

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Bayern 1717/1875: Attraktive Sammlung hunderter gest./ungest. Marken und 30 Belege,

dabei 1849 Schwarzer Einser, Platte II mit Mühlradstp. "190", 1850 3 Kr. graublau mit

kompl. seitlichem Bogenrand auf Brief, alle Quadratmarken bis zur 18 Kr. in einer grossen

Vielfalt von Einheiten, Farben, Stempeln, Papieren und Abarten mit Randstücken und

Belegen, dabei 18 Kr. rot ungest., Mischfrankatur Ziffer 12 Kr. grün & Wappen 1 Kr. grün

(2) auf Brief Scheinfeld nach New York, Staatswappen ungez. und gez. wiederum mit

grosser Stempelvielfalt, weiterhin Portomarken auch mit Briefstücken und Belegen sowie

16 vorphilatelistische Belege, dabei 1717 Tittmoning nach Salzburg. Ein interessantes

Los mit unterschiedlicher Erhaltung, wenige Stempel nachgemalt, ein Los aus den 50er

Jahren. 4'500 (€ 3'735)

Bayern 1849/1920: Sammlung Hunderter gest./ungest. Marken mit besseren Werten in

untersch. Erhaltung, dabei Schwarzer Einser der ersten Platte, weitere Quadratausgaben

mit 12 Kr. & 18 Kr., vieles meist höher sign. Brettl, folgende Freimarken bis zu den

Höchstwerten, Dienst- und Portomarken sowie 18 Briefe meist mit Quadratmarken. 400 (€ 330)

Braunschweig 1569/1865: Schöne Sammlung hunderter gest./ungest. Marken und acht

Belege, dabei 1852 1 Sgr. - 3 Sgr. gest., 1853 ¼ Sgr. im senkr. Dreierstreifen, 1857 4/4

Gr. in Einheiten, 1864 durchstochene Werte mit schönen Stempeln,1865 mit Einheiten,

gesammelt auch nach Papieren und Stempeln, weiterhin 35 vorphilatelistische Belege,

dabei 1569 Brief des Herzogs Wilhelm des Jüngeren von Braunschweig und Lüneburg.

Los mit unterschiedlicher Qualität, Stempel auf Belegen z. T. nachgemalt, trotzdem schön

präsentierend. 2'500 (€ 2'075)

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Hamburg 1826/80(ca.): Interessante Spezialsammlung Hamburg mit hunderten gest./

ungest. Marken und 130 Belegen, dabei 1859 4 S. & 9 S. gest (je 2), 1 S. braun im

senkr. ungest. Paar vom Bogenoberrand, 4 S. im ungest. Viererblock, 1864/67 1 S. im

Viererstreifen auf Brief, 9 S. gest., weitere Werte in einer grossen Zahl versch. Farben

und Stempel, Druckproben, Nachdrucke, weiterhin umfangreiche Stempelsammlung von

Vorphila bis ca. 1880 mit Hamburger Stempeln auf Marken und Belegen der Postämter von

Hamburg, Dänemark, Hannover, Preussen, Thurn & Taxis, auf Brustschilden und Krone &

Adler, Vorstädte, Bahnhöfe, Stadtpost, Privatpost, Ganzsachen, schöne Destinationen. Eine

alte ansprechende Sammlung in unterschiedlicher Erhaltung. 6'000 (€ 4'980)

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Hannover 1639/1864: Sammlung hunderter gest./ungest. Marken und 35 Belege, dabei

1850 1 Ggr. (2) auf Brief Göttingen nach Hardenberg und als senkr. Paar, 1851 1 Ggr. mit

Reihenzählnummern (7 & Beleg), 1853 3 Pf. im senkr. Paar, 1851/55 resp. 1856/57 1/15

Th., je auf Briefvorderseiten nach Baltimore, 1859 3 Gr. braun im Paar mit 1860 Posthorn

½ Gr. auf Brief nach Baltimore, weiterhin Essays, Proben und 22 vorphilatelistische Briefe

wie 1639 Syke nach Hannover. Eine alte Sammlung mit unterschiedlicher Qualität, aber

einer Vielzahl von Abstempelungen und Einheiten. 5'000 (€ 4'150)

Hannover 1850/64: Sammlung vorab gest. Marken und Briefstücke in ansprechender

Erhaltung mit schönen Stempeln, kompl. in den Hauptnummern Mi = € 8'800+. 1-25 500 (€ 415)

Mecklenburg-Schwerin/Mecklenburg-Strelitz 1856/64: Sammlungen mit gest./ungest.

Marken und Briefstücken von Mecklenburg-Schwerin und -Strelitz in ansprechender

Erhaltung, kompl. in den Hauptnummern einschliesslich Schwerin Nr. 4 auf Briefstück

signiert Köhler und Nr. 6b, leicht erhöht signiert Berger BPP Mi = € 7'800+. 450 (€ 375)

Oldenburg 1814/62: Interessante Sammlung vorab gest. Marken mit vielen besseren

Werten in untersch. Erhaltung, dabei 1852 1/3 Sgr. auf kl. Briefstück, 1859 1/3 Gr. - 3

Gr. und weitere Werte späterer Ausgaben mit versch. Stempeln und Farben, weiterhin

acht vorphilatelistische Briefe und 15 Briefe mit Marken und Ganzsachen. Ansprechende

Sammlung, die seit Jahrzehnten nicht mehr auf dem Markt war. 2'200 (€ 1'825)

Oldenburg 1852/62: Interessante Sammlung vorab gest. Marken in ansprechender

Erhaltung mit schönen Stempeln, kompl. in den Hauptnummern einschliesslich Nr. 5, Nr. 9

und Nr. 10b gest. mit Signaturen Brettl, Pfenniger, Bühler Mi = € 26'100+. 1-19 1'500 (€ 1'245)

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Preussen 1654/1873: Detaillierte Sammlung hunderter gest./ungest. Marken und 80

Belege in zwei roten Alben, dabei 1654 Brief Lübbecke nach Lüneburg, 1850/56 mit ½

Sgr. orange in ungest. Viererblock, gest. von der linken oberen Bogenecke, in Paaren

(5) und als Dreierstreifen, 1 Sgr. in gest. Einheiten, 2 Sgr. mit vier Werten auf 2 Sgr.

Ganzsachenumschlag von Rybnik,1856 4 Pf. mit gest. Dreierstreifen und Viererblock, 1857

1 Sgr. in Einheiten, 2 Sgr. mit gest. Abart "diagonaler weisser Strich" (Mi Nr. 7II), 3 Sgr. vom

linken oberen Bogeneck gest., 1858 4 Pf. mit Dreierstreifen auf Brief, 1866 Innendienst

10 Sgr. & 30 Sgr. im postfr. Viererblock, 10 Sgr. im senkr. Paar auf Paketbegleitschein,

diese und spätere Ausgaben weiterhin in einer Vielzahl von Einheiten und auf Briefstücken,

auch nach Stempeln gesammelt, die Belege mit interessanten Frankaturen nach Frankreich,

Grossbritannien, Ungarn, Italien, Niederlande, Spanien, USA usw. Die Erhaltung ist

unterschiedlich, aber dies ist eine reizvolle Sammlung aus alter Zeit, zuletzt ausgestellt im

Jahr 1958 in San Francisco. 1/26 5'000 (€ 4'150)

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Sachsen 1826/63: Attraktive Sammlung hunderter gest./ungest. Marken und 40 Belege,

dabei 1850 Sachsendreier mit sächsischen Liniensystem, allseitig gut- bis breitrandig,

Schnittlinien auf drei Seiten sichtbar, gest. mit Ortsstp. "Leipzig 9 - 9½ 25 Jan 51" auf

Briefstück (Marke zur Kontrolle abgelöst und mit Falz zurückmontiert), 1851 3 Pf. grün

im gest. senkr. Paar und auf Drucksachenfragment, 1851 König Friedrich August und 1855

König Johann mit Paaren und Dreierstreifen, 1856 5 Ngr. in ungest. Paaren (2), postfr.

vom oberen Bogenrand, als Schmitzdruck oder auf Brief nach England oder R-Brief nach

Österreich (2), 1863 1 Ngr. ein Wert und Viererstreifen auf R-Brief Sebnitz nach Dinslaken,

5 Ngr. auf R-Brief Dresden nach Triest, weiterhin fünf vorphilatelistische Briefe. Ein

interessantes Los aufgrund der Vielfalt von Einheiten, Stempeln und Belegen, Qualität

etwas unterschiedlich, eine Sammlung, die seit 50 Jahren ruht. 3'000 (€ 2'490)

Schleswig-Holstein 1850/66: Sammlung hunderter gest./ungest. Marken und acht Briefe in

rotem Album, dabei Holstein Postschillinge ungest. einschl. 1 S. im waagr. Paar mit Attest

Fulpius 1948, Schleswig-Holstein 1865 mit 1¼ S. in ungest. Einheit zu 15 Marken vom

Bogeneck und Brief mit Viererstreifen von Kiel Bahnhof nach Delmenhorst, Schleswig

1865/67 1¼ S. graulila, drei Werte auf Paketbegleitschein aus Broacker, signiert Friedl,

Holstein-Lauenburg 1864 1¼ S. blue ungest./gest. und mit Abart, Mai 1864 1¼ S.

Viererblock ungest. und zwei Belege. Weitere Einheiten und schöne Abstempelungen

gehören auch zu diesem Los, dessen Qualität zwar schwankt, dass gesamt gesehen aber

attraktiv ist. 2'000 (€ 1'660)

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Thurn & Taxis 1687/1866: Sammlung hunderter gest./ungest. Marken und 70 Belege,

Taler- und Guldenwährung getrennt in zwei Alben, reichhaltig nach Farben, Einheiten und

Abstempelungen gesammelt, bessere Werte wie 1866 ¼ Sgr., bessere Briefdestinationen

wie Frankreich, England oder USA, Mehrfach- und Mischfrankaturen, einige Nachdrucke.

Fälschungen und nachgemalte Stempel auch enthalten, aber insgesamt gesehen einreizvolles

Los, das seit 50 Jahren ruht. 5'000 (€ 4'150)

Thurn & Taxis 1852/66: Interessante Sammlung gest. Marken und Briefstücke mit schönen

Stempeln, kompl. in den Hauptnummern Mi = € 7'400+. 1-54 450 (€ 375)

Württemberg 1735/1874: Sammlung hunderter gest./ungest. Marken und 55 Belege mit

vielen besseren Werten, dabei 1851 9 Kr. im Paar und Dreierstreifen auf Brief in die USA,

18 Kr. auf Briefstück, 1857 1 Kr. im senkr. Dreierstreifen, 1861 18 Kr. gest., 1863 6 Kr. im

Dreierstreifen auf Brief nach Wien, 18 Kr. gest., 1865 18 Kr. gest. and 1873 70 Kr. (2). Ein

attraktives Los in unterschiedlicher Qualität, ruht seit Jahrzehnten. 5'000 (€ 4'150)

Württemberg 1851/68: Interessante Sammlung gest. Marken in ansprechender Erhaltung

mit schönen Stempeln, kompl. in den Hauptnummern einschliesslich aller 18 Kr.-Werte mit

Signaturen Pfenniger und Thoma Mi = € 15'200+. 1-35 900 (€ 745)

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Norddeutscher Postbezirk 1868/70: Sammlung hunderter gest./ungest. Marken und

28 Belege, dabei 1868 1/3 Gr. und 2 Gr. mit Abart nicht durchstochen, 1/3 Gr. als gest.

Achterblock, 1/2 Gr. im Fünferblock, 1 Gr. Sechserstreifen auf Brief nach Konstantinopel,

1869 Innendienst 10 Sgr. als Vierer- und Fünferblock mit handschr. Entwertung und 30

Sgr. als Viererblock ungest., Dienstmarken 1/4 Gr., zwei Paare auf Brief aus Allenstein,

alle Werte in grosser Vielfalt gesammelt nach Farben, Papieren, Abarten, Einheiten. Eine

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Bayern 1860/70(ca.): Lot drei Umschläge für Telegramme der Kgl. Bayrischen Telegraphen-

Station in Würzburg mit blauem, weissem und sämischen Papier, rücks. mit Stempel oder

Verschlussetiketten. 6 100 (€ 85)

Post aus und über Bremen 1742/1873: Sammlung 36 Briefe mit einer Vielzahl interessanter

Routen, Tarife und Stempel, dabei 1742 Thurn & Taxis - Postamt nach Maastricht und

weiter mit franz. Post nach Bordeaux, 1796 mit Forwarder nach Amsterdam und weiter

mit früher Verwendung von D'HOLLANDE und rotem "En Numre" (van der Linden Nr. 973 &

1028) in Paris nach Bordeaux, 1798 BREMEN (Knauer & Salm Nr. P3) nach Bordeaux, 1848 Thurn

& Taxis - Postamt nach Paris, roter Eingangsstp. TOUR-T. VALENCIENNES und frühe

Eisenbahnstp. nach Tours, blauer ROUTE No. 1 PARIS weiter nach Bordeaux, 1855 über

Frankreich resp. die Schweiz nach Genua, 1850 Oldenburg über Bremen mit seltenem "Vom

Auslande Pto. von Bremen." (Knauer & Salm Nr. 144) nach Bordeaux, 1859 Winterbrief Hamburg

über Bremen nach New York (zugefrorene Elbe), Januar 1867 mit früher Verwendung der

5 Sgr. grün gez. (Mi Nr. 15c) nach London, Attest Neumann (2012). Weiterhin Postverkehr

USA nach Deutschland und umgekehrt wie 1850 New Orleans über Liverpool und Bremen

nach Göttingen mit seltenem rotem 9 4/12 ENGLAND ÜBER BREMEN (nicht in van der

Linden aufgeführt), drei weitere Briefe der Jahre 1850/52 mit roten Übersee-Transitstp. 12 ¾

AMERICA ÜBER BREMEN (van der Linden Nr. 3306), 9 AMERICA ÜBER BREMEN (van der

Linden Nr. 3291) und 32/9 AMERICA ÜBER BREMEN (nicht in van der Linden aufgeführt),1853 Detmold

über Bremen Thurn & Taxis - Postamt nach New York zur fälschlichen Weiterleitung

nach Leamington Utah, Fehlsendung bemerkt und retourniert nach Bremen, weiter nach

Leamington Warwickshire, England,1863 New Orleans mit Forwarder nach Bremen und

über das schwedische Postamt in Hamburg nach Stockholm, 1867 Cincinnati nach Bremen,

blauer AMERICA ÜBER BREMEN und "22" - Taxvermerk (van der Linden Nr. 115 & 3169), weiter

nach Karlsruhe,1870 Gotha über Bremen und New York nach San Francisco und weiter

über Honolulu nach Auckland in Neu - Seeland. 6 2'500 (€ 2'075)

1757/1806: Lot vier Altbriefe, dabei zwei Schnörkelbriefe aus Sachsen, Brief zu 4 Groschen

mit kleinem Stabstp. "de Gotha" in Schwarz nach Leipzig (6. Juni 1800) sowie Brief aus

Napoleonischer Zeit von Celle nach Achim (1806). 6 200 (€ 165)

1856/72: Lot fünf archivfrische Briefe, dabei 9 Kr. Einzelfrankatur von Augsburg 'VIA DI

SVIZZERA' nach Mantua sowie kleine Korrespondenz nach Zürich-Fluntern, inkl. NDP-

Einschreiben zu 4 Gr. von Hamburg (1869). 200 (€ 165)

Baden 1862/68: Lot zehn Faltbriefe aus frischem Heidelberger Archiv, dabei fünf Briefe

eingeschrieben, drei mit klaren CHARGÉ - Nebenstp. aus Ettlingen und Freiburg, andere

Belege aus Wiesloch und Mannheim mit versch. Gewichtsstufen. Ein interessantes Los. 6 300 (€ 250)

1862/86: Fünf Belege, dabei Baden 1864 Ganzsache Postablage Forbach nach Frankfurt,

Bayern 1872 9 Kr. - Fankatur nach Luzern und Paketkarte sowie zwei Briefe Württemberg

mit 12 Kr. - Frankatur in die Schweiz, einmal 1862 mit 6 Kr. grün gez. (2), einmal 1867 mit

3 Kr. & 9 Kr. durchstochen. 6 150 (€ 125)

Schriftliche Gebote werden von uns nur soweit in Anspruch genommen, als damit persönlich im Auktionssaal anwesende Bieter

oder andere schriftliche Aufträge überboten werden müssen. Der Zuschlag erfolgt nach Möglichkeit nicht in Höhe Ihres

schriftlichen Höchstgebotes, sondern so niedrig als möglich. Beispiel: wenn Sie für ein Los auf schriftlichem Wege CHF 2‘000

geboten haben, das nächste darunterliegende Gebot aber bei CHF 1‘500 liegt, erhalten Sie das Los schon zum Zuschlag von

CHF 1‘600 entsprechend der Mindeststeigerungstabelle (siehe unsere Versteigerungsbedingungen).

Wir vertreten Ihre Interessen als schriftlicher Bieter genau so, als ob Sie persönlich anwesend wären!

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1872/89: Schöne Sammlung hunderter gest./ungest. Marken und 60 Belege, dabei Kleine

Brustschilde 1/4 Gr. im Achterblock gest., 2 Kr. im Sechserblock ungest., 3 Kr. im Viererblock

ungest., Innendienst 10 Gr. mit Stempelentwertung und 30 Gr. im Achterblock, handschr.

entw. auf Paketkarte nach Valparaiso, Grosses Brustschild einige Mischfrankaturen mit

kleinem Schild (30 Kr. Frankatur in USA, Attest Krug), gute Briefdestinationen wie

Dänemark, England, USA, weiterhin Verwendung mit frühen Einschreibezetteln oder als

Vorläufer in Konstantinopel. Beide Brustschildausgaben mit grosser Vielfalt an Farben,

Stempeln und Einheiten gesammelt, dies gilt auch für die folgenden Ausgaben Pfennige,

Pfennig, Krone & Adler. Ein umfangreiches, beeindruckendes Lot. 15'000 (€ 12'450)

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1872/1945: Sammlung in zwei Alben mit besseren Werten und Serien gest., dabei einige

Werte mehrfach gesammelt mit Abarten und Plattenfehlern, Blockausgaben ab Osteuropa 35,

zahlreiche Brst. mit Sonderstp. sowie in den Hauptnummern praktisch komplette Sammlung

Dienstmarken gest. ab 1903, nur wenige Werte fehlend. Besichtigung empfohlen. 1'000 (€ 830)

1872/1945: Sammlung vorab gest. Marken mit besseren Werten, dabei Kleine und Grosse

Brustschilde, teilweise sign. Sommer, Innendienst 30 Gr. handschr. Entwertung mit Befund

Sommer, nachfolgende Werte of sign. Zenker, 1928 Zeppelin ungest., 1933 Wagner & 1934

Berufsstände teilweise sign. Schlegel Mi = €4'000 nach Angaben des Einlieferers. 1-9+10 400 (€ 330)

1919/45: Sammlung Hunderter vorab ungest. Marken mit besseren Ausgaben, dabei

Zeppelin-Ausgaben, IPOSTA-Block postfr., Nothilfe-Block ungest. und OSTROPA-Block

ungebraucht. * 750 (€ 625)

1920/40(ca.): Lot hunderter vorab postfr. Marken, oftmals mehrfach in Einheiten

vorhanden, dabei 1927 Hindenburg (3), 1934 Flugpostmarken & Berufsstände (8), 1935

Saarabstimmung (16), Eisenbahn (7), Volkstrachten (4) & Winterspiele (7), 1937 Block

Kulturförderung (3) & Winterhilfswerk Schiffe (2) sowie Markenheftchen Nothilfe der

Jahre 1934 (2) & 1935 und Winterhilfswerk 1937 Mi = € 13'600+. ** 1'500 (€ 1'245)

1923/36: Sammlung Hunderter gest./ungest. Marken mit besseren Werten, dabei 1927 IAA

postfr., 1929 Nothilfe postfr., 1933 Wagner ungest./gest., 1934 Berufe ungest., weiterhin

einige Postabschnitte. 1'500 (€ 1'245)

1924/45: Sammlung hunderter vorab postfr. Marken mit besseren Werten und Serien,

dabei 1926 Berühmte Deutsche, 1928/33 Zeppelin mit Südamerikafahrt, Polarfahrt und

Chicagofahrt, 1930 IPOSTA-Block, 1933 Nothilfe-Block, Freimarken Hindenburg und

Nothilfe Wagner, 1934 Nothilfe Berufe und 1935 OSTROPA-Block. Ein sehr schöne

Sammlung, insbesondere in dieser Qualität. Ein Attest Schlegel, mehrere Signaturen Mi = €

39'900. ** 10'000 (€ 8'300)

1931/39: Lot Hunderte ungest./postfr. Zusammendrucke, Kehrdrucke und

Markenheftchenblätter, dabei Hindenburg, Luftpost, Nothilfe, Bauten und Olympiade. */** 250 (€ 210)

1932/38: Lot postfr./ungest. Werte und Blocks, dabei in postfr. Erhaltung 1932 Burgen,

1933 Reichstag und Freimarken Hindenburg, sign. Peschl & Schlegel, 1934 Trauerausgabe

Hindenburg (2), Berufsstände (2), 1935 Eisenbahn, Volkstrachten sowie Marken aus

OSTROPA-Block ohne Gummi ungest. und Berufsstände auf Beleg Mi = € 5'800. 474/672 */** 850 (€ 705)

1933/37: Lot zehn Blocks, meist ungest. dabei Nothilfe im Originalformat, kl. Bug links

untem im Rand, weiterhin Geburtstag Hitler, Kulturförderung und Braunes Band. 750 (€ 625)

1935/44: Lot postfr. Werte, meist in Viererblocks, dabei 1935 Eisenbahn, Sommer- und

Winterolympiade,1937 Winterhilfswerk, 1938 Ostmark, teilweise sign. Peschl, sowie 1939

Deutsches Derby und Braunes Band Mi = € 3'600+. 580-866 4** 500 (€ 415)

1850/1923: Posten ca. 80 Belege ab Vorphila mit Schwerpunkt Deutsches Reich mit

Paketkarten und Inflationsbelegen bis zum 30. November 1923 sowie Mischfrankaturen

vom Dezember 1923. 6 600 (€ 500)

1890/1945: Lot mit einigen Hundert Briefen, Karten, Ansichtskarten, Paketkarten und

Ganzsachen (gebr. und ungebr.), vorab Belege aus dem täglichen Bedarf, dabei auch einige

bessere Frankaturen und versch. Verwendungsformen, in guter bis gemischter Erhaltung, in

einer Schachtel. 6 350 (€ 290)

1900/25: Lot 107 ausgesuchte Belege, dabei Briefe, Karten, Ansichtskarten und Ganzsachen,

inkl. Zensurpost WK I, INFLA-Belege, Besetzungsausgaben, bessere Frankaturen,

Kriegsgefangenenpost etc., in einer kl. Schachtel. 6 500 (€ 415)

1900/1950(ca.): Lot 250 Belege aus Privat- und Geschäftskorrespondenz nach Zürich,

dabei viel deutsche Zensur während des Zweiten Weltkrieges, Telegramme und bayrische

Dienstbriefe, weiterhin 500 Ansichtskarten, vorab aus Deutschland mit frühen Lithographien,

Topographie und Kitsch. 6 500 (€ 415)

1922/24: Lot 50 Briefe, Ganzsachen und Paket-Begleitscheine mit Inflationsfrankaturen,

meist in die Schweiz gelaufen, dabei Bunt- und Massenfrankaturen sowie zehn Belege

vom November 1923, weiterhin ungest./gest Inflationsmarken von Deutschem Reich und

Danzig. 6 300 (€ 250)

1923 (Juni bis August): Lot sechs grossformatige Einschreibebriefe mit hohen

Frankaturen, dabei div. Randstücke und gute Werte wie Kinderhilfe oder Holztauben,

teils im Viererblock, aus alter Korrespondenz von Baden-Baden mit den entsprechenden

Posteinlieferungsscheinen, in Gebrauchserhaltung. 6 120 (€ 100)

1912/32: Lot neun Flugpostkarten, dabei Flugpost am Rhein & Main (2), Gelber Hund (2)

und Ganzsache Eulerflugzeug 5 Pf. & 1 M. Luftpost-Sonderstp. FRANKFURT(MAIN)-

WIESBADEN 1912 (2) Mi/Sieger = € 1'100+. 6 200 (€ 165)

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1912/46: Los 17 Belege, dabei Flugpost am Rhein & Main (3), Schleuderflug 1933 und

mehrere Zeppelinbelege. 6 150 (€ 125)

1896/1950: Lot 1500 Ansichtskarten gest./ungest., dabei div. Lithos, Städtekarten von

Wiesbaden und Karlsbad, Karten aus dem Grenzbereich zur Schweiz sowie etwas Verkehr

und Militär, in zwei Schachteln. 6 300 (€ 250)

1900/60ca: Posten 500 Ansichtskarten gest./ungest., vorab kleinformatige, dabei bessere

Ansichten auch kleinerer Ortschaften, 'Gruss aus' - Lithos sowie einige Glückwunsch und

humoristische Karten. 6 500 (€ 415)

Deutsche Kolonien & Auslandspostämter: Sammlungen und Lots

1898/1905: Lot 16 ungest. Werte, dabei 2½ D. auf 5 M., einige sign. Brun Mi = € 600. 1/37 * 150 (€ 125)

1906: 5 C auf 5 (Pf) grün + 10 C auf 10 (Pf) karmin + 25 C auf 20 (Pf) ultramarin je 100

Marken in Bogen mit kompl. Bogenrändern, postfr. mit Originalgummi Mi = € 9'100, nur billigste

Sorte berechnet ohne Randstücke und HAN. 35-37 ** 2'400 (€ 1'990)

1908: 5 C auf 5 (Pf) grün + 10 C auf 10 (Pf) karmin + 25 C auf 20 (Pf) ultramarin, je 100

Marken in Bogen mit kompl. Bogenrändern, postfr. mit Originalgummi Mi = € 3'500, nur billigste

Sorte berechnet ohne Randstücke und HAN. 48-50 ** 500 (€ 415)

1900/08ca.: Sammlung 118 Originalfotografien (12 x 16 cm bis 16.5 bis 22.5 cm) von

Swakopmund und Umgebung, dabei Bau der Eisenbahnlinie mit Bahnhof Karibib sowie

versch. Szenen aus Omaruru, dazu weitere Sammlung von 100 Privataufnahmen, vermutlich

eines Angehörigen der Dt. Schutztruppen (8 x 11,5 cm), der Reise und versch. Szenen

während des Aufenthalts in Südwestafrika. Nur wenige Aufnahmen etwas ausgebleicht,

seltenes Dokument in zwei Alben. 1'000 (€ 830)

1874/1918: Lot hunderter gest./ungest. Marken, oftmals mehrfach vorhanden, auch mit

interessanten Abstempelungen, dabei Auslandspostämter China mit Vorläufern, auch bessere

Stempel wie Schiffspost, Marokko bis zu den Höchstwerten, Türkei mit Vorläufern und bis

zu 25 Pia., Deutsch-Neuguinea bis zu 5 M., Deutsch-Ostafrika mit Vorläufern und dann bis

3 R., Deutsch-Südwestafrika spezialisiert mit Vorläufern, besseren Überdruckwerten wie

1897 25 Pf. orange und 50 Pf. braun postfr., sign. Bühler, 1898 25 Pf. orange mit frühem

Stempeldatum, besseren Werte gest./postfr. bis 5 M. und Stempelsammlung, Kamerun

bis 5 M., Karolinen bis 5 M., Kiautschou bis 2½ D., Marianen bis 5 M., Marshall-Inseln

mit frühem Aufdruck "Marschall-Inseln", weiterhin einige Ganzsachen-Postkarten und

Ansichtskarten. Gehaltvoller Posten. 3'000 (€ 2'490)

1893/1919: Faszinierende Auswahl Hunderter gest/ungest./postfr. Marken deutscher

Auslandspostämter & Kolonien, oftmals mehrfach vorhanden, dabei China bis Reichspost

5 M. auf Briefstück bzw. 2½ D. ungest., Marokko bis Deutsches Reich 6.25 P., Türkei

bis 25 Pia. ungest., Neuguinea bis 5 M. ungest. & auf Briefstück, brit. Besetzung, DOA

bis 3 R. postfr., sign. Siebentritt BPP, nach Untertypen gesammelt, Markenheftchen,

Stempelsammlung, WUGA-Ausgabe 2½ H. waagr. Typenpaar, & 7½ H. zwei Typenpaare

im Viererblock, SWA bis 5 M. ungest., Kamerun bis 5 M. ungest. sign. Sorge und brit.

Besetzung, Karolinen bis 5 M. ungest., Kiautschou bis 5 M. und $ 2½ ungest., Marianen bis

5 M. ungest., Marshall-Inseln bis 5 M. ungest. und brit. Besetzung, Samoa bis 5 M. ungest.,

sowie Togo bis 5 M. ungest mit franz. & brit. Ausgaben nach der Besetzung. In diesem

ausgezeichnet besetztem Posten findet sich das Material mehrfach ungest./postfr., zudem

gest. und auf Briefstücken. 8'000 (€ 6'640)

Deutsche Abstimmungsgebiete: Sammlungen und Lots

1920: Lot der Freimarken für die 1. Zone mit schwarzblauen Aufdrucken, vorab in postfr.

Erhaltung mehrfach vorhanden, dabei auch als Viererblock und als Unterrandstück,

weiterhin Plattenfehler, z. B. Mi 24 II ohne Preis sowie drei Belege, dabei philatelistische

Satzentwertungen der allgemeinen Ausgabe und der Ausgabe der ersten Zone sowie Beleg

mit 5 Öre grün (2) und 10 Öre rot, entw. "ABENRAA 13.7.20" nach Kopenhagen mit rücks.

Ankunftsstp. (14.7.) Mi = € 3'000+. 1-28 300 (€ 250)

1920/59: Lot hunderter vorab postfr. Marken, dabei Volkshilfe-Sätze mehrfach,

Dienstmarken, etwas Saargebiet. ** 50 (€ 40)

1920/59: Sammlung Hunderter gest./ungest. Marken, dabei Saargebiet mit 'Sarre' Aufdrucke

auf Germania und König Ludwig, versch. Volkshilfe- und Volksabstimmungs-Serien

ungest./postfr., Saarland mit beiden Hochwasserhilfe-Blöcken postfr. 1'200 (€ 995)

1947/59: Sammlung hunderter gest./ungest. Marken, doppelt geführt, dabei Hochwasserhilfe-

Blocks postfr., Jugendherbergswerk gest., je signiert Hoffmann BPP, weiterhin etwas

Saargebiet. 400 (€ 330)

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631

632

633

634

635

636

637

638

639

640

Deutsche Besetzungsausgaben: Sammlungen und Lots

1916/18 Landespost in Belgien Mi-Nr. 10/14 und 16/20 je 100 Marken in Bogen mit kompl.

Bogenrändern, postfr. mit Originalgummi Mi = € 2'150, nur billigste Sorte berechnet ohne Randstücke und

HAN.

Michel 2012 Start price

in CHF

Start price

approx. €

10-14+

16-20 ** 380 (€ 315)

1915/22: Lot gest./ungest. Marken Postgebiet Ober Ost, 60 Marken plus fünf Belege von

Mitau, Riga, Wesenberg, Uzjany, etc., dazu Notausgaben Dorpat und Libau, "Eesti Post"

Lokalausgabe Tallinn, teils signiert Krubalek Rakwere sowie 1922 taxierte Postkarte

Wologda nach Riga. 300 (€ 250)

1938: Lot 18 Belege, dabei vier Umschläge mit örtlichen amtlichen Überdruckausgaben

von Karlsbad mit besseren Werten wie Masaryk mit Kind, teilweise Marken abgelöst oder

beschädigt, sowie deutsche Propaganda-Ansichtskarten und Ganzsachen Mi = € 2'100+ nur für die

Karlsbad-Belege. 6 250 (€ 210)

1941/45: Sammlung 18 Feldpostmarken ungest./postfr., dabei Tunis-Marke ungest., U-Boot

Hela ungebr., Rhodos braunrot postfr., Agramer Aufdruck postfr. Signiert Dr. Dub, Mogler

BPP und Pickenpack; Befund Petry, weiterhin franz. Flugpostvignette ohne Roteindruck Mi

Spez = € 2'800. 1/17 400 (€ 330)

1942/45: Interessante Spezialsammlung 31 gest./ungest. Feldpostmarken, dabei U-Boot

Hela gest., sign. Pickenpack, Vukovar postfr. mit Attest Müller BPP, Kreta durchstochen

gest., sign. Pickenpack und Rhodos gez. gest, sign. Dr. Dub Mi = € 20'300. 3'000 (€ 2'490)

Alliierte Besetzung: Sammlungen und Lots

1945/49: Sammlung hunderter gest./ungest. Marken, Sammlung oft parallel in beiden

Erhaltungen geführt mit vielen besseren Werten wie Bizone, nichr anerkannte Posthörnchen-

Netzaufdrucke (Mi Nr. I/II - IX/II) gest., signiert Schlegel BPP, Thüringen Weihnachtsblocks

und Wiederaufbaublock ungest. oder Sowjetische Zone Goetheblock ungest. & mit

Sonderstp. 800 (€ 665)

Lokalausgaben 1945: Sammlungen und Lots

1945: Grosse Spezialsammlung der zweiten Ausgabe von Grossräschen, total 159 Briefe

und Karten (inkl. einge Briefvorderseiten), mit einer Vielzahl von Frankaturkombinationen,

Einschreibebelegen mit Ankunftsstp., Einzelmarken, Paaren, Blockstücken,

Satzbriefen, Farbnuancen, Typen, Abarten, Stempeln, Kombinationen mit Marken der

Gemeinschaftsausgaben und/oder der sowjet. Zone, vieles wie üblich philat. beinflusst aber

in dieser Reichhaltigkeit ein einmaliges Objekt und bestens geeignet für Studienzwecke, in

guter bis sehr guter Erhaltung, in einem Album. 13-24 6(6) 4'000 (€ 3'320)

Deutsche Demokratische Republik: Sammlungen und Lots

1948/90: Sammlung Hunderter gest./ungest. Marken in fünf Alben, dabei Sowjetische

Zone mit Goetheblock postfr./gest., DEBRIA-Block auf Brief (2), Deutsch-Chinesische

Freundschaft und Marx-Blöcke postfr., weiterhin einige Belege und Markenheftchen Mi = €

5'000+. 500 (€ 415)

1949/65: Sammlung Hunderter gest./ungest./postfr. Marken mit besseren DDR-Sätzen

und Blocks, dabei 1950 DEBRIA, 1953 Marx-Blöcke und 1954 Block Ausstellung

Berlin, weiterhin Dienstmarken, Zentraler Kurierdienst, Vertrauliche Dienstsache und

Selbstbedienungs-Einschreibemarken sowie Deutsche Post 1990. 800 (€ 665)

Berlin: Sammlungen und Lots

1948/88: Sammlung hunderter gest./ungest. Marken mit besseren Serien, dabei

Gemeinschaftsausgabe mit schwarzem Aufdruck BERLIN, hohe Werte gest. auf

Briefstücken, signiert Schlegel BPP, resp. mit rotem Aufdruck ungest. ohne Signatur sowie

Währungsgeschädigtenblock postfr. 700 (€ 580)

1948/1990: Interessante Sammlung hunderter gest./postfr. Marken mit vielen guten

Ausgaben, dabei Gemeinschaftsausgabe mit schwarzem Aufrdruck, kompl. Satz 2 Pf. - bis

5 M. postfr. und auf Brief, mit rotem Aufdruck, postfr./gest. und auf Brief, Weltpostverein

postfr., Währungsgeschädigtenblock postfr./gest., weiterhin Belege, Markenheftchen,

Kehrdrucke, Zusammendrucke. Drei Atteste/Befunde und viel sign. Schlegel oder

Lippschutz BPP Mi = € 35'000+. 2'500 (€ 2'075)


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651

652

653

654

655

656

Michel 2012 Start price

in CHF

1948/90: Interessante Sammlung Hunderter vorab postfr. Marken mit zahlreiche guten

Werten und Sätzen, dabei je in postfr. Erhaltung Gemeinschaftsausgabe mit schwarzem bzw.

rotem Aufdruck, UPU-Ausgabe, Berliner Bauten, Goethe und Währungsgeschädigtenblock.,

alle mit BPP-Attesten von einem der Schlegels Mi = € 7'600. */** 800 (€ 665)

1948/90: Gest. Sammlung, mit vielen guten Werten und Serien wie Gemeinschaftsausgaben-

Aufdrucke, Weltpostverein, Goethe und Währungsgeschädigten-Satz; ab 1975 mit

Abostempeln. 1/879 400 (€ 330)

1948/90: Sammlung ungest., ab 1970 postfr. Marken mit den guten Serien, dabei

Gemeinschaftsausgabe mit schwarzem und roten Aufdrucken, Signaturen Zumstein,

UPU, Berliner Bauten und Währungsgeschädigten-Block, weiterhin Markenheftchen und

Zusammendrucke Mi = ca. € 2'500. */** 300 (€ 250)

Bundesrepublik Deutschland: Sammlungen und Lots

1949/2008: Sammlung ungest., ab 1971 postfr. Marken, dabei Kleinbögen, Markenheftchen,

Zusammendrucke, Sonderganzsachen und ca. 500 € Frankaturware Mi = ca. € 2'500. */** 500 (€ 415)

1949/2009: Sammlung in gest. Erhaltung ohne Heuss Lumogen, bis 1977 mit

Bedarfsabstempelungen, danach mit Abostempeln, meist mit den Einzelmarken aus den

Blocks in drei Leuchtturm-Alben. 111-2767 600 (€ 500)

1850/1980: Restposten einige tausend Marken gest./ungest. ab Baden, dabei vorab neuere

Briefe und zahlreiche Ersttagsblätter in div. Alben Schachteln und Tüten. 200 (€ 165)

1850/1914ca.: Lot ca. 100 gest./ungest. Marken, dabei Bayern mit 18 Kr. orange, Schwerin,

Thurn & Taxis, Preussen, Brustschilde und deutsche Kolonien, sowie 14 Belege, weiter

etwas europäische Gebiete. 400 (€ 330)

Div. Deutschland: Sammlungen und Lots

1900/2000: Restbestand mit einigen Hundert Marken gest./ungest., dabei auch ein paar

bessere Werte Dt. Reich, Bund, Berlin, Dt. Kolonien und andere Gebiete, dazu einige

Jahrbücher, in fünf Alben und Einsteckbüchern sowie auf Steckkarten. 180 (€ 150)

1970/90: Neuheitenposten Bund und Berlin aus dem Abonnement, dabei lose Marken gest./

ungest und Ersttagsblätter, das Ganze noch in den Originaltüten der Versandstelle, vorab

ungeöffnet, in einer Schachtel. 180 (€ 150)

1850/1960: Restlot mit einigen Hundert Marken gest./ungest. ab den Altdeutschen Staaten

bis DDR und Berlin, vorab kl. Werte und unkompl. Serien, in neun Alben. 200 (€ 165)

1862/1986: Sammlung Hunderter gest./ungest. Marken, dabei Altdeutschland, Reich mit

IPOSTA-Block ungest., Alliierte Besetzung und Bundesrepublik. 200 (€ 165)

1880/1980: Restlot mit einigen Tausend Marken gest./ungest., vorab kl. Werte aus vielen

Dt. Gebieten, dabei auch Gedenkblocks, Markenheftchen, ein paar Belege sowie Marken

aus anderen Ländern, gute bis gemischte Erhaltung, in total elf Alben und Einsteckbüchern,

auf Albumblättern und in Pergamintüten. 200 (€ 165)

1900/80(ca.): Lot tausende vorab gest. Marken, Deutsches Reich, Bundesrepublik, Berlin,

DDR, Sieger-Sammlungen "500 Jahre Post", "40 Jahre Bundesrepublik" und "Deutschdeutsche

Briefmarken", weiterhin 240 Belege und Erstagsbriefe, total 23 Alben. 200 (€ 165)

1956/95: Lot 20 komplette Druck- und Markenheftchenbögen ungest./gest., dabei DDR

"Pappchinese" (Mi Nr. 662), Berlin Hochwasserhilfe (Mi Nr. 155), Olympiade München 1972

Markenheftchenbogen (Mi Spez Nr. 17), weiterhin etwas Österreich, Frankreich, Guernsey und

USA Mi = € 1300+. * 200 (€ 165)

1924/49: Restlot mit 42 besseren Marken gest./ungest. (meist), dabei Dt. Reich, Bund,

Berlin sowie drei Ministerblocks Franz. Zone, auf einem Albumblatt Mi = ca. € 2'500. 250 (€ 210)

1849/1945: Sammlung resp. Lot mit einigen Hundert Marken gest./ungest., dabei Alt-

Deutschland, Dt. Reich, Besetzungsausgaben WK I, Zonenausgaben, Bund, Berlin, Danzig,

Saar etc., vorab kl. Werte und Serien sowie einige Gedenkblocks, in zwei Alben. 300 (€ 250)

1867/2005(ca.): Lot hunderte gest./ungest. Marken, dabei Helgoland, Bundesrepublik

und Berlin, z. T. in grösseren Einheiten, weiterhin Numis-Blätter ab 1997/2005, Wert der

Münzen allein über € 300. 350 (€ 290)

1880/1980: Sammlung mit eingen Tausend Marken gest./ungest., dabei Dt. Reich, Bund,

Berlin, DDR, Zonenausgaben, Besetzungsausgaben, Saargebiet/Saarland etc., dabei auch

bessere Werte und einige Marken anderer Länder, gute bis gemischte Erhaltung, in drei

Alben. 350 (€ 290)

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658

659

660

661

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663

664

665

666

667

668

669

670

671

672

673

Michel 2012 Start price

in CHF

1880/2000: Restlot mit einigen Tausend Marken gest./ungest. aus versch. dt. Gebieten,

vorab Bund und Berlin, daei bessere Werte, kompl. Serien, Dubletten, Kilowaren etc. in

sieben Alben, Einsteckbüchern sowie in Zigarrenschachteln. 400 (€ 330)

1880/1980: Restlot mit einigen Tausend Marken gest./ungest./postfr., teils mehr- und

vielfach, dabei Dt. Reich, Bund, Berlin, DDR, Zonenausgaben, Saarland etc., mit besseren

Werten, vielen kompl. Serien und ein paar Gedenkblocks, vorab in guter Erhaltung, in total

zehn Alben und Einsteckbüchern. 400 (€ 330)

1900/55ca.: Sammlung über 800 versch. Vignetten geschnitten und gezähnt in frischer

Erhaltung, dabei Werbung, Ausstellungen oder Messen, vorab von Deutschland und

Frankreich, in drei Alben. */(*) 400 (€ 330)

1910/57(ca.): Lot einige hundert gest./ungest. Marken, dabei Deutsches Reich

Dienstmarken, Kolonien und Auslandspostämter, Besetzungsausgaben, Böhmen & Mähren

mit Theresienstadt postfr., Generalgouvernement, Abstimmungsgebiete, Saargebiet,

Saarland mit Hochwasserhilfe ungest., sowie franz., sowjet. und Alliierte Besatzung. 500 (€ 415)

1946/2008: Sammlung Hunderter gest./ungest. Marken, dabei Alliierte Besetzung mit

1946 Briefmarkenausstellung, sowjetische und franz. Zone, spezialisiert gesammelt mit

Abarten & fehlender Zähnung, Bizone mit Exportmesse-Block, Bundesrepublik vorab

gest. mit Zusammendrucken und Zwischenstegen, sowie Bedarfsbelege, Ganzsachen und

Jubiläumsbriefe Mi = € 5'000+. 500 (€ 415)

1920/2000 (ca.): Sammlung Hunderter gest./postfr. Marken, dabei DDR 1949/90

vorab postfr. mit DEBRIA-Block, Deutsch-Chinesische Freundschaft, Marx-Blocks,

Markenheftchen, weiterhin ca. 80 Abarten primär Bundesrepublik, ca. 50 Belege Bund &

DDR und Notgeld 20er Jahre. 600 (€ 500)

1851/1990 (ca.): Lot Tausender gest./ungest. Marken, dabei Baden, Bayern, Braunschweig,

Helgoland, Preussen, Sachsen, Thurn & Taxis, Württemberg mit Dienstmarken, Deutsches

Reich ab Brustschilden, Danzig, Memel, Saar, Alliierte Besetzung, Bundesrepublik, Berlin

und DDR, ein umfangreicher Posten in 13 Alben, Schachteln und Tüten. 750 (€ 625)

1860/1980 (ca.): Lot tausender gest./ungest./postfr. Marken, dabei Bayern, Deutsches

Reich ab Brustschilden mit Reichspost und Besetzungsausgaben, Alliierte Besetzung,

Bundesrepublik ab Anfang sowie einige Belege, in zwölf Alben. 800 (€ 665)

1946/2008: Sammlung hunderter gest/ungest./postfr. Marken in sechs Alben, dabei Alliierte

Besetzung mit Exportmessen-Block gest. & auf Brief, Bundesrepublik Posthornsatz postfr.

mit Attest Schlegel, viele frühe Ausgaben auch auf Brief, weiterhin Markenheftchen,

Heftchenblätter und Automatenmarken. 850 (€ 705)

1945/60: Sammlung hunderter gest./ungest. Marken Alliierte Besetzung & DDR in zwei

Alben, dabei Wiederaufbauspende-, Brücken- und Goethe-Blocks postfr., DEBRIA- und

Marx-Blöcke postfr., Deutsch-chinesische Freundschaft postfr./mehrfach gest. Mi n. A. = €

5'600. 900 (€ 745)

1849/1945: Schöne Sammlung gest./ungest. Marken mit vielen besseren Ausgaben, dabei

Bayern mit Quadratausgaben, Württemberg 1851, Deutsches Reich ab Brustschilden mit

Zeppelin-Ausgaben ungest. und auf Belegen, IPOSTA-Block postfr., Nothilfe - Block postfr.

und OSTROPA-Block auf Ersttagsbrief, weiterhin Zusammendrucke, Markenheftchen,

sowie einige Belege. 1'500 (€ 1'245)

1869/1958: Lot 26 Briefe, dabei Baden 7 Kr. blau 1869 in die Schweiz, Alliierte

Besetzung Ziffernserie Heftchenblatt 123 in die Schweiz, DDR Mao 12 & 50 Pf. und 1958

Novemberrevolution im Viererblock vom Ersttag. 6 120 (€ 100)

1898/1908: Lot zwei Postkarten (eine mit Zusatzfrankatur) und zwei Ansichtkarten, alles

Schiffspostaufgaben wovon eine vom Starnberger-See, die anderen vom Bodensee. 6 150 (€ 125)

1840/75ca.: Lot ca. 70 Briefe/Briefvorderseiten/Ganzsachen aus Baden, Bayern, Hannover,

Preussen, Sachsen, Württemberg, Thurn & Taxis, NDP und Deutschem Reich, dabei

Württemberg 3 Kr. - Umschlag mit 7 Kr. 1870 nach Neapel, Baden 3 Kr. (2) und 9 Kr.

(3) auf Briefvorderseite 1870 Wiesloch nach Bahia und Kl. Brustschild ½ Gr. im Paar.

Unterschiedliche Erhaltung. 6 200 (€ 165)

1900/45: Lot 120 Briefe, Karten, Ansichtkskarten und Ganzsachen, vorab aus dem III.

Reich, mit besseren Frankaturen, versch. Verwendungsarten, Sonderstempeln etc., in guter

bis gemischter Erhaltung, in einem Album. 6 200 (€ 165)

1905/45: Lot 64 Belege mit teils besseren Frankaturen, dabei vorab Paketkarten Dt. Reich

nach Solothurn in der Schweiz, im weiterern Danzig und weniges von anderen dt. Gebieten,

in guter bis gemischter Erhaltung, in einem Album. 6 200 (€ 165)

Liebig Karten: Sammlung 280 Karten im originalen 'Album für Liebig - Bilder' im roten

Leineneinband, dabei viele komplette Serien zu je sechs Karten wie Afghanistan, Persien,

Specialwaffen und andere mehr. 6 200 (€ 165)

Start price

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Michel 2012 Start price

in CHF

1850/1960: Lot mit 103 Briefen, Karten, Ansichtskarten, Paketkarten und Ganzsachen,

dabei Bayern, Dt. Reich, Besetzungsausgaben 1. + 2. WK, Dt. Kolonien, Zonenausgaben,

Saargebiet, Bund und DDR, mit besseren Frankaturen, versch. Verwendungsarten,

Sonderstempeln etc., in guter bis gemischter Erhaltung, in einem Album. 6 250 (€ 210)

1914/55: Lot 37 Briefe und Karten, dabei bessere Flugpostbebelege, gute Frankaturen,

Zeppelinpost, Zensurpost etc., in einem Ganzsachenalbum, dazu zehn Belege von

Angehörigen der Luftschiffertruppen im WK I. auf Albumblättern mit Beschriftung. 6 250 (€ 210)

1935/45: Lot 78 Briefe, Karten und Ganzsachen, vorab Belege mit Frankaturen der

Gemeinschaftsausgaben und der BI-Zone, weniges von anderen Gebieten, in guter bis

gemischter Erhaltung, in einem Album. 6 250 (€ 210)

1945/55: Lot 109 Briefe und Karten vorab nach dem 2. WK, dabei Sowjetische Zone,

französische Zone, Gemeinschaftsausgaben, Währrungsreform, Bund und Berlin, mit

besseren Frankaturen und philat. Frankaturkombinationen, weniges aus anderen dt.

Gebieten und vor 1945, in guter bis gemischter Erhaltung, in einem Album. 6 300 (€ 250)

Liebig Karten: Sammlung 360 Karten in drei Alben, dabei französische und deutsche Karten

in kompletten Serien zu je sechs Karten mit Szenen aus fernen Ländern und Kolonien,

Legenden und Sagen, Szenen aus dem wilden Westen und andere mehr. 6 300 (€ 250)

1915/22: Sammlung in drei Alben mit Originalfotos versch. Schauplätze im 1. Weltkrieg,

dabei Kriegsbilder aus Ostgalizien und den Karpaten, Album über den Rot Kreuz Heimkehr-

Transport aus Estland sowie Album mit Bildern aus dem Griechisch - Türkischen Krieg

1919/22. Seltene Zeitdokumente. 6 300 (€ 250)

1900/60: Lot mit einigen Hundert Briefen, Karten und Ganzsachen (gebr. und ungebr.),

dabei Dt. Reich, Saargebiet, Besetzungsausgaben 1. + 2. WK, Zonenausgaben, Dt.

Auslandspostämter und Kolonien, Bundesrepublik etc., viel Bedarfspost aus dem Alttag

aber auch mit besseren Frankaturen und versch. Verwendungsarten, in guter bis gemischter

Erhaltung, in einer Schachtel. 6 350 (€ 290)

1900/1945: Lot 78 Briefe, Karten, Ansichtskarten, Paketkarten und Ganzsachen, dabei Dt.

Reich mit OSTROPA-Block und Prpaganda III. Reich, Zonenausgaben, Bund, Berlin etc.,

mit versch. Verwendungsarten und Sonderstempeln, in guter bis gemischter Erhaltung, in

einem Album. 6 400 (€ 330)

1930/50: Lot 96 Briefe, Karten, Ansichtskarten und Ganzsachen ab dem III. Reich, dabei

Besetzungsausgaben von Serbien, Feldpost, viele Belege mit versch. Frankaturen aus der

Zeit der Währungsreform, frühe Belege Berlin sowie weniges von anderen deutschen

Gebieten, in guter bis gemischter Erhaltung, in einem Album. 6 400 (€ 330)

1851/75ca.: Lot 25 Briefe/Ganzsachen versch. altdeutsche Gebiete und Deutsches Reich,

alle nach Prag oder Asch in Böhmen gelaufen, dabei Thurn & Taxis Dreierstreifen 3 Kr.

schwarz/blau von Frankfurt, Sachsen 5 Ngr. auf Einschreiben von Leipzig, Württemberg 9

Kr. auf Einschreiben ab Heilbronn sowie zwei eingeschriebene Kombinationen Brustschilde

mit Adler. 6 500 (€ 415)

1860/1960: Lot 290 Briefe, Karten und Ganzsachen, dabei wenig Alt-Deutschland, Dt.

Reich und Gebiete, Bund und Berlin, mit besseren Frankaturen, versch. Verwendungsarten,

Satzbriefen, Sonderstp., Flugpost sowie Belegen zu versch. Anlässen , in drei

Ganzsachenalben. 6 500 (€ 415)

1880/1950: Lot 80 Briefe, Karten, Paketkarten und Ganzsachen, mit Dt. Reich,

Generalgouvernement, Zonenausgaben, Bund und Berlin, dabei besseren Frankaturen,

versch. Vewendungsarten, Sonderstempel etc., dazwischen auch ein paar lose Marken, in

guter bis gemischter Erhaltung, in einem Album. 6 500 (€ 415)

1930/50: Lot 96 Briefe, Karten und Ganzsachen, vorab III. Reich mit vielen guten

Frankaturen, weiter mit Zonenausgaben, Währungsreform und weniges von ein paar

anderen Gebieten, in guter bis gemischter Erhaltung, in einem Album. 6 500 (€ 415)

1933/53: Lot 70 Belege, vorab Drittes Reich mit besseren Werten und Sätzen, dabei

OSTROPA-Block in üblicher bräunlicher Färbung, eine Ecke defekt, auf Beleg mit Sonder-

Einschreibezettel, Nothilfe Wagner, kompl. Satz auf drei Belegen, einige Zeppelin-Belege

sowie acht Belege 1946 Mecklenburg-Vorpommern und frühe Bundesrepublik. 6 900 (€ 745)

1910/2009: Posten ca. 1200 Belege mit Schwerpunkt 1945/50, dabei zwei Belege in die

Schweiz vom Februar/März 1945, früher AM Post Beleg vom 25.4.1945, Schwärzungen

Hitler-Freimarken in Wien, frühe Auslandsbelege, Einschreiben und Buntfrankaturen

aus allen Zonen, Zehnfachfrankaturen vom Juni 1948 (2), FDC Exportmesse-Satz. Ein

interessantes Lot. 6 2'500 (€ 2'075)

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Great Britain: SINGLE LOTS

see also lots 2966-3195 'UPU - The Severin Collection' in the 180 Corinphila catalogue

(GB and Colonies Collections and Accumulations: see lots 1129 - 1274)

1840-41 Issues

Gibbons 2012 Start price

in CHF

689 1840: Mulready 1d letter-sheet, stereo A66, cancelled with a neat red Maltese Cross,

"Aycliffe / Penny Post" handstamps on front and reverse, fone strike "DARLINGTON MY

13 1840" c.d.s. (May-date!) , address panel crossed out and few perimeter faults, otherwise

in a good state of preservation, Gi = GBP 1'200. (Photo = 1 117) ME1 6 250 (€ 210)

690 Mulready 1d. black letter-sheet, stereo A24 (partly covered by seal), vertical filing crease,

otherwise very fine, cancelled with red Maltese Cross, "LICHFIELD MY 7 1840" c.d.s. on

reverse for dispatch, London datestamp "8 MY 8 / 1840" for arrival, a rare Second day of issue

provincial usage! Not recorded in Mike Jackson's 'May Dates' (1999). (Photo = 1 117) ME1 6 800 (€ 665)

691 1 d. black, plate 1a, lettered GA, a fine used example with four margins cancelled by red

Maltese Cross and part black cancel at left Gi = £ 350. (Photo = 1 125) 2 100 (€ 85)

692 1 d. black, plate 1a, lettered GH, a fine used four margined example cancelled by bold red

Maltese cross. Signed Brun Gi = £ 350. (Photo = 1 125) 2 120 (€ 100)

693 1 d. black, plate 1a, horizontal pair HC-HD, HD showing re-entry, good to large margins

and tied by red Maltese Crosses to entire, faint 'T.P./ Grays Inn' on front and a fine strike of

the London '30 May 1840' datestamp for dispatch on reverse, addressed to Ludlow. Very

fine, multiples used on May date covers are very rare. (Photo = 1 117) 2 6 800 (€ 665)

694 1 d. intense black, plate 1b, lettered CH, a superb used example with large margins all round

cancelled by near complete Maltese cross in red. Exceptional Gi = £ 300. (Photo = 1 125) 1 150 (€ 125)

695 1 d. black, plate 1b, lettered RA, a fine used example with four margins cancelled by red

Maltese Cross Gi = £ 300. (Photo = 1 125) 2 100 (€ 85)

696 1 d. black, plate 1b, lettered QB, a fine used example with four margins cancelled by red

Maltese Cross Gi = £ 300. (Photo = 1 125) 2 100 (€ 85)

697 1 d. black, plate 1b, lettered LK, a magnificent large margined used example cancelled by

red Maltese cross. Exceptional Gi = £ 300. (Photo = 1 125) 2 150 (€ 125)

698 1 d. intense black, plate 1b, JF, large margins, neat red MC. (Photo = 1 125) 1 180 (€ 150)

699 1 d. black, plate 1b, BL, extremely large and regular margins, tied by neat red Maltese

Cross, of finest possible quality! (Photo = 1 125) 2 300 (€ 250)

700 1 d. intense black, plate 1b, good to large margined pair GG-GH, tied by red Maltese

Crosses to lettersheet dispatched WHITBY OC 30 1840 , c.d.s. on reverse to The Stockton

& Durham County Bank in Stockton, very fine and fresh (Photo = 1 117) 1 6 400 (€ 330)

701 1 d. black, plate 2, lettered HD, a very fine used example with four large margins cancelled

by light red Maltese Cross Gi = £ 300. (Photo = 1 125) 2 120 (€ 100)

702 1 d. black, plate 2, lettered RH, a fine used example with four margins cancelled by neat

black Maltese Cross Gi = £ 300. (Photo = 1 125) 2 120 (€ 100)

703 1 d. black, plate 2, lettered AH, a fine used example with four margins cancelled by deep red

Maltese Cross Gi = £ 300. (Photo = 1 125) 2 120 (€ 100)

704 1 d. black, plate 3, lettered QA, a fine used example with four margins cancelled by red

Maltese Cross Gi = £ 400. (Photo = 1 125)

120 (€ 100)

705 1 d. black, plate 4, lettered IK, a very fine used example with four large margins cancelled

by orange-red Maltese Cross. Signed Pröschold Gi = £ 325. (Photo = 1 125) 2 150 (€ 125)

706 1 d. black, plate 4, lettered MB, a fine used example with four margins cancelled by black

Maltese Cross Gi = £ 300. (Photo = 1 125) 2 120 (€ 100)

707 1 d. black, plate 4, vertical pair, EA-FA, extremely large margins all round, cancelled by

neat black Maltese Crosses, very fine (Photo = 1 125) 2 300 (€ 250)

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708

709

710

711

Gibbons 2012 Start price

in CHF

1 d. black, plate 5, a horizontal strip of three lettered NA-NC and a single lettered OE,

used on large part of 1840 Auction Poster from Newry (Aug 27) to Portadown, Ireland

cancelled by red Maltese crosses. The strip showing NB with re-cut frameline above top

right hand corner square, and with margins clear to large all round on all stamps. Reverse

with Loughbrickland and Portadown arrival datestamp (Aug 28). A rare and appealing cover

and a most unusual 4 d. franking within Ireland at this date. Signed Ebel (1955), Certificate

BPA (2012). (Photo = 1 117) 2 6 1'500 (€ 1'245)

1 d. black, plate 8, lettered AD, a fine used example with four margins cancelled by black

Maltese Cross, showing characteristic dot under the 'D' square and a most unusual scratch

on plate below 'O' of 'Postage' at top Gi = £ 425. (Photo = 1 125) 2 150 (€ 125)

1 d. black, plate 9, lettered PJ, a fine very used example with four margins cancelled by

black Maltese Cross Gi = £ 475. (Photo = 1 125)

160 (€ 135)

Castle Street, Farnham

711

1 d. greyish-black, plate 11, JF, clear to very large margins all round, tied by an exceptional

clear strike of a black Maltese Cross to letter-sheet, "FARNHAM JY 29 1841" temporary

(shifting) datestamp alongside, to Southampton with "SOUTHAMPTON JY 30 1841" c.d.s.

on reverse for arrival. A most attractive 1d. black plate 11 used on cover and a very unusual

combination of a 1d. black plate 11 with the special FARNHAM datestamp of which the

Karl Louis Card Index records only one further plate 11 cover. RPSL cert. (2002). Gi = GBP

16'000.

Provenance: Collection Adams (1956),

Hassan Shaida (1992). AS72 6 3'000 (€ 2'490)

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689 / CHF 250

693 / CHF 800

708 / CHF 1'500

721 / CHF 1'500

690 / CHF 800

700 / CHF 400

714 / CHF 300


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712

713

714

715

716

717

718

719

720

712 713

715 716

Gibbons 2012 Start price

in CHF

Start price

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2 d. pale blue, Plate 1, lettered AK-AL, a fine used horizontal pair with clear to large margins

on all sides, neatly cancelled by red Maltese crosses. Fresh and fine multiple Gi = £ 1'400. 6 360 (€ 300)

2 d. blue, plate 1, a fine horizontal pair, lettered SF-SG, good margins all round and neatly

cancelled by red Maltese crosses. A scarce and attractive multiple Gi = £ 1'400. 5 400 (€ 330)

2 d. blue, plate 2, horizontal pair PA-PB, variety 'Double Letter 'P', tied by black Maltese

Crosses to lettersheet bearing on reverse London NO 2 1841 datestamp for dispatch and

CHESTER NO 25 1841 c.d.s. for arrival, Holcombe (1994) opinion states: "stamps lifted

and replaced, cleaned up". (Photo = 1 117) 5,5a 6 300 (€ 250)

2 d. blue, plate 2, horizontal pair HC-HD, large margins all round, cancelled with black

Maltese Crosses, very fine 5 400 (€ 330)

2 d. pale blue, lettered FG, a fine used example with four margins and portion of adjoining

stamp at right, neatly cancelled by red Maltese cross. A scarce and attractive stamp Gi =

£ 900. 6 220 (€ 185)

717

1841: Printed from "Black" plates, 1d. red, plate 1c (Second Plate Repair showing marked

thinning of check letters and upper corner stars), horizontal pair, JA-JB, fine used, a rare

multiple. RPSL cert. (1996), Gi = GBP 1'325 for two singles JA and JB. AS7 400 (€ 330)

1 d. red brown on slightly blued paper, plate 24, a delightful horizontal used strip of six

lettered NF-NK, vertical crease on second stamp barely apparent on face, all cancelled by

neat strikes of Maltese cross cancellations in black. A scarce and attractive multiple. 8 150 (€ 125)

719

1 d. red-brown, Alphabet II, large margined block of six, LJ-ML with small part sheet

margin at right, large part original gum, very fresh and fine 8 400 (€ 330)

2 d. pale blue, plate 3, LJ, clear to large margins, unused original gum and in a very fresh

state of preservation. B.P.A. cert. (1983), Gi = GBP 9'000. 13 * 800 (€ 665)

718

720


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721

722

Cancellations: Local Maltese Crosses

1 d. black, plate 10, CG, large to very large regular margins, tied by a fine strike of the

LEEDS Maltese Cross in black to letter-sheet bearing "LEEDS MR 8 1841" c.d.s. for

dispatch, addressed to Manchester. Leeds used five different Maltese Crosses, two of which

are distinctive including the Leeds Special with the very rounded and marked cove-like

outer Cross loops, recorded to be used from March 1841. Listed in 'Encyclopaedia of The

Maltese Cross' by Rockoff & Jackson (2008), vol. 1, page 154. RPSL cert. (1974), Gi = GBP

10'000.

Provenance: Robson Lowe auction (12 March 1981), Collection Hassan Shaida (1992)

(Photo = 1 117)

image of cancellation on reverse

722

View of Manchester ca. 1840

Gibbons 2012 Start price

in CHF

Start price

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2ua 6 1'500 (€ 1'245)

1 d. black, plate 6, DG, clear to large margins, tied by a fine strike of the distinctive

MANCHESTER 'fish tail' Maltese Cross to front (slightly reduced in size) and part back,

red 'MANCHESTER MR 4 1841' c.d.s. for dispatch on reverse, to Preston. The local

Manchester Cross is recorded to be used from March 2, 1841 for a short period of only

slightly over 3 month. It was withdrawn from use when two additional 'normal' crosses were

sent to Manchester on 12 June 1841. Rare on a Penny Black and the third earliest recorded

day of use! Listed in 'Encyclopaedia of the Maltese Cross', Rockoff & Jackson (2008), vol.

2 page 195, B.P.A. cert. (1989), Gi = GBP 4'500. 2ub (6) 1'000 (€ 830)


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723

724

725

726

Gibbons 2012 Start price

in CHF

1 d. black, plate 5, NB, clear to very large margins, tied by a neat strike of the distinctive

MULLINGAR Maltese Cross in red to piece (slightly faded). The Mullingar Cross with

its characteristic numerous cuts, espcecially in the outer cross, is recorded to be used from

September 1840. The Karl Louis Card Index has records of only three items with the

Mullingar Cross struck in red (one 1d. Mulready and two 1d. Penny Blacks). The Mullingar

distinctive Maltese Crosses struck in red is the rarest of all distinctive Crosses on a Penny

Black and among the major philatelic rarities for British and especially Irish Postal History!

(B.P.A. cert. (2007), Gi = GBP 10'000. 2ug 5 5'000 (€ 4'150)

724

725

723

1 d. black, plate 5, OI, regular large margins all round, tied by a neat strike of the PLYMOUTH

distinctive Maltese Cross recorded to be used from 20 February 1841 to 2 February 1843,

rare so fine cancelling a Penny Black! RPSL cert. (1990), Gi = GBP 3'800 2uc 600 (€ 500)

1 d. black, plate 1B, CA, large margins, centrally cancelled with a characteristic 'doublelined'

Maltese Cross, normally attributed to STONEHAVEN and used between August

1840 and February 1841, for further information on the Stonehaven 'double lined' Maltese

Crosses see 'Encyclopaedia of The Maltese Cross' by Rockoff & Jackson (2008), Philatelic

Foundation certificate (2002) confirming 'Stonehaven Cross', Gi = GBP 4'500. 2uf 750 (€ 625)

1 d. black, plate 6, EJ, large margins on three sides, just shaved at bottom, tied by distinctive

'double line' Maltese Cross from Stonehaven in red to small sized cover to Aberdeen. On

reverse a neat strike of the 'STONEHAVEN 8 FE 1841' datestamp for dispatch confirming

the characteristic 'double lined' Maltese Cross originating from Stonehaven. The Stonehaven

'double lined' cross is recorded to be used from August 1840 - February 1841. A rarity so

fine! Listed in 'Encyclopaedia of The Maltese Cross' by Rockoff & Jackson, vol. 2, page

259, B.P.A. certificate (1979) and RPSL cert. (1997). Gi = GBP 22'000.

Provenance: Collection Hassan Shaida (1992) 2uf 6 3'000 (€ 2'490)

726

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727

728

729

731

727

729

732

Gibbons 2012 Start price

in CHF

1 d. black, plate 4, TB, large margins except at the extreme lower right corner, tied by a neat

strike of the black 'solid centre' Maltese Cross normally attributed to WELSHPOOL used

from mid 1841 to mid 1842 to large piece, the phenomenon of a solid centre Maltese Cross

is also reported from a few other Post Offices, for further information see 'Encyclopaedia of

The Maltese Cross' by Rockoff & Jackson, vol. 2, pages 290-291). RPSL cert. (1978), Gi =

GBP 4'800. 2uk 5 800 (€ 665)

1 d. black, plate 10, JL, large to very large regular margins all round, tied by a fine strike of

the distinctive WOTTON UNDER EDGE Maltese Cross, used on large piece with part flap

showing fine "WOTTON UNDER EDGE FE 21 1841" c.d.s. The Maltese Cross of Wotton

under Edge with many cross cuts is one of the most famous, attractive and distinctive

crosses, recorded to be used from August 1840 to mid-1842 (when two additional 'normal'

Maltese Crosses were sent to Wotton u.E.). RPSL cert. (1998), Gi = GBP 6'500 (off cover), GBP 25'000

(on cover)

Provenance: Collection Hassan Shaida (1992) 2ue 5 2'000 (€ 1'660)

Cancellations: Coloured Maltese Crosses

1 d. black, plate 6, SJ, large regular margins, centrally cancelled with a blue-black Maltese

Cross, fine, RPSL cert. (1991), Gi = GBP 11'000 for a blue Maltese Cross. 2vc 600 (€ 500)

728

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730

731

732

Gibbons 2012 Start price

in CHF

1 d. intense black, plate 6, TI, good to very large margins all round, tied by violet (magenta)

Maltese Cross to entire showing the Milton of Campsie receiving House marking "18" in the

same characteristic violet ink on reverse, addressed to Glasgow with arrival marking 'Oct

22, 1840'. Extremely rare, only a few Post Offices are recorded having used a 'true' violet

or magenta ink, including a small number of Glasgow receiving House Offices. Listed in

'Encyclopaedia of The Maltese Cross' by Rockoff & Jackson (2008) on page 427. B.P.A.

certificate (1993), Gi = GBP 15'000.

Provenance: H.R. Harmers auction, (1 February 1949, lot 307) 6 5'000 (€ 4'150)

Cancellations: Penny Post Postmarks

730

National Bank of Glasgow

1 d. black, plate 5, very large margins all round, cancelled with 'Poulton / Penny Post'

postmark and Maltese Cross, both in black, on piece. Brandon cert. (1993). Gi = GBP 2'000.

(Photo = 1 121)

1 d. black, plate 3, NF, good to large margins, centrally cancelled with "PyP / No.15" (from

Handsworth Receiving Office) and red Maltese Cross, fine. RPSL cert. (1978), Gi = GBP 3'500

2ya 5 500 (€ 415)

Provenance: Robson Lowe auction, April 1978, lot 481. (Photo = 1 121) 2yc 500 (€ 415)

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733

734

735

736

Cancellations: Dated Postmarks

Gibbons 2012 Start price

in CHF

Start price

approx. €

1 d. black, Plate 3, CE, large margins all round, vertical crease, centrally cancelled with a

neat strike of the London Chief Office evening duty datestamp "E - SP 16 - 1840" in red, a

rarity, only very few similar usages without additional Maltese Cross cancellation recorded!

RPSL cert. (1977) 2 1'000 (€ 830)

1 d. red-brown, plate 61, PG, clear to large margins on three sides, just touched at lower

right, tied by "86" barred numeral from Blackburn to letter-sheet addressed to Clithero

with the very rare red 'CLITHERO JA 6 1846" c.d.s. tying adhesive stamp for arrival. Red

circular datestamps, even parts of it or in combination with numeral combinations, tying

adhesive stamps are rare. RPSL cert. (2000) , Gi = GBP 15'000 for a large portion of red cds on stamp (not in

combination with a numeral cancellation). (Photo = 1 134) 8xa/vd 6 250 (€ 210)

Later Issues 1854 - 1929

733

General Post Office, London

1854, 1d. red-brown, GG, plate 190, wmk. Small Crown, imperforated Imprimatur without

gum as submitted to Somerset House, only 21 copies removed from the plate 190 Imprimatur

sheet, GH, the neighboring stamp to GG is housed in the National Postal Museum, London!

Karl Louis certificate (2012)

Provenance: Collection Fisher (1983) (Photo = 1 125) 17 Impr. 400 (€ 330)

736

Perkin's Bacon Printers

1855 (July 4): 2 d. blue, plate 5, wmk. Small Crown, perf. 14, fine used horizontal pair

lettered SE-SF, used on entire Prices Current from London to Lyon, France tied by London

'18' obliterator with London despatch datestamp on reverse clearly dated July 4, 1855 -

the earliest recorded date of use and effectively a First Day of Issue usage with just one

other cover bearing this stamp recorded from the same day (Phillips, February 1996). Calais

transit (July 5) on front and Lyon arrival cds (July 6) on reverse of a fresh and fine entire.

Certificate Louis (2012).

Note: July 4, 1855 is the earliest recorded date of use for the 2 d. blue pl. 5, with either small

or large crown watermark, perforated 14 or 16. 23a 6 1'200 (€ 995)


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737

738

Gibbons 2012 Start price

in CHF

1864/65: Single and double weight covers from London via Kustendje to Constantinople; 1864

cover with 1858 2 d. blue pl. 9 and 1862 9 d. straw, double rate cover with 1858 1 d. red pl. 92,

1862 9 d. straw and 186 1 s. green pl. 4 all tied by London obliterators. Single rate cover with

"f4" in blue crayon and "6½" credit to Prussia, the double rate cover with "f8" and 13 pence (1 s.

1 d.) credit to Prussia annotations, this last cover with rare usage of "Aus England Per Aachen- 43+ 47+ 87+

Franco" struck on blue-green instead of red. A rare and fine pairing. (Photo = 1 134) 101 6 300 (€ 250)

1870 (Nov 5): Entire letter to Constantinople endorsed "via Austria" franked by pair of

1867/80 3 d. rose pl. 5, aged and one with wing margin trimmed, tied by Birmingham-75

duplexes in black. Reverse with British P.O. Constantinople cds of receipt (Nov 18). An

attractive entire showing the route taken instead of via Marseilles (suspended Sept 17-Nov

21) due to the Franco-Prussian War. (Photo = 1 134) 103 6 150 (€ 125)

739

740

741

742

739 1867/83: 5 s. rose, plate 4, wmk. Anchor, a fine used example cancelled by hooded London

datestamp (MR.29.84) in black. Scarce and attractive stamp Gi = £ 3'250. 134 800 (€ 665)

740 1867/83: 10 s. greenish grey, wmk. Anchor, a fine used example of this scarce stamp, of

excellent colour and centering, cancelled by London datestamp (De.21.83) in black. Rare.

Signed Pfenninger Gi = £ 4'000. 135 1'200 (€ 995)

741 1867/83: £ 1 brown-lilac, wmk. Anchor, a fine used example of good colour, with part Parcels

cancellation and 'Weymouth' datestamp (De.18.83) in black. A rare stamp Gi = £ 8'000. 136 1'500 (€ 1'245)

742 1867/83: £ 5 orange, lettered AA, used example with horizontal crease, cancelled by 'Belfast'

datestamp (De.10.90) in black, of fine appearance Gi = £ 4'500. 137 800 (€ 665)

743 1879 (March 4): Postal Notice No. 8, "Mails for Smyrna", explaining that due to Quarantine

Arrangements in the Levant, that the fortnightly packet to Smyrna has been suspended,

fresh and fine and very scarce. (Photo = 1 134)

150 (€ 125)

744 1879 (May 27): Postal Notice No. 28, "Mails for Constantinople", Notice for "Summer

Arrangements" explaining that Mails for Constantinople will go via Varna (on tuesday

evenings), on wednesday (via Galatz) and on saturdays (via Varna). Some edge wear but

fine and unusual Notice. (Photo = 1 www)

150 (€ 125)

745 1888: £ 1 brown-lilac, wmk. Orbs, a fine used example of excellent fresh colour cancelled

by London datestamps (Aug 28 1889) in black, ironed vertical bend but of fine centering

and appearance Gi = £ 4'250. (Photo = 1 125) 186 800 (€ 665)

746 1891: Jubilee issue, £ 1 green watermarked Three Imperial Crowns and lettered 'H-B',

brilliant shade, mint, slightly centered to the left, large part original gum, few gum creases.

Certificate BPA (2002) Gi = £ 4'000.

Provenance: 133. Corinphila Auction (June 2002), lot 2402. (Photo = 1 125) 212 * 1'200 (€ 995)

747 1887/92: £ 1 green, lettered RC, fresh mint example of excellent centering and colour, regummed

but nevertheless of excellent appearance. Certificate BPA (2012) Gi = £ 4'000. (Photo = 1 125) 212 (*) 500 (€ 415)

748 1902/10: 10 s. ultramarine, splendid mint example of excellent colour and centering, fresh

and fine, large part og Gi = £ 850. (Photo = 1 125) 265 * 280 (€ 230)

749 1902/10: £ 1 dull blue-green, De La Rue printing, a fine mint example of good colour, one

sl. pulled perf. at lower right, large part og Gi = £ 2'000. (Photo = 1 125) 266 * 400 (€ 330)

750 1902: King Edward VII, £ 1 dull blue-green in a fresh shade, watermarked Three Crowns,

cancelled by concentric Guernsey cds. Certificate BPA (2002) Gi = £ 800.

Provenance: 133. Corinphila Auction (June 2002), lot 2403. (Photo = 1 125) 266 150 (€ 125)

751 1902: King Edward VII, £ 1 dull blue-green, vert. pair in a fresh shade, each cancelled by

concentric cds 'Guernsey Jy 14 11'. Certificate BPA (2002) Gi = £ 1'600+.

Provenance: 133. Corinphila Auction (June 2002), lot 2404. (Photo = 1 125) 266 400 (€ 330)

752 1913: Seahorse £ 1 deep blue-green, a well centred and fresh mint example of excellent

colour, large part og. A rare stamp so fine Gi = £ 3'000. (Photo = 1 125) 404 * 800 (€ 665)

752A 1913: Waterlow Seahorse £ 1 dull blue green Wmk. Single Cypher, perf. 11 x 12, a fresh unused example

in deep vivid shade with part original gum, fine. Cert. BPA (2013) Gi = £ 3'000. (Photo = 1 125) 404 * 800 (€ 665)

753 1929: PUC £ 1 black, a fresh and fine mint example, large part og Gi = £ 750. (Photo = 1 125) 438 * 250 (€ 210)

753A 1929: PUC £ 1 black, Wmk Royal Cypher Type 117, perf. 12, fine and fresh unused example

with large part original gum. Cert. BPA (2013) Gi = £ 750. (Photo = 1 125) 438 * 250 (€ 210)

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691 / CHF 100

698 / CHF 180

705 / CHF 150

746 / CHF 1'200

745 / CHF 800

747 / CHF 500

751 / CHF 400

692 / CHF 120

699 / CHF 300

706 / CHF 120

694 / CHF 150

701 / CHF 120

709 / CHF 150

752 / CHF 800

695 / CHF 100

702 / CHF 120

710 / CHF 160

749 / CHF 400

750 / CHF 150

753 / CHF 250

696 / CHF 100

703 / CHF 120

735 / CHF 400

752A / CHF 800

697 / CHF 150

704 / CHF 120

707 / CHF 300

748 / CHF 280

753A / CHF 250


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754

755

756

Pre-UPU Letter Mail from Britain to Denmark (Special collection UPU see lots 2966 - 3205 in this catalogue)

Gibbons 2012 Start price

in CHF

1855: 1 d. red brown, Die 12, perf. 16, a single example and a horizontal block of ten

(lettered PH/QL) all used on August 1855 cover from Newcastle on Tyne to Randers,

Denmark, tied by "Newcastle on Tyne / 545" sideways duplexes in black. The cover is

endorsed "via Hamburg" at base and travelled according to directions (rate of 8d. + 3d. for

Elbe postage) and struck with framed "fr. Hbg." at lower left (Van Der Linden fig. 1557) as prepaid

to Hamburg only. Reverse with Westgate cds in blue, London transit in red and Danish P.O.

in Hamburg cds (Aug 13) and front with '9' (skilling) due on receipt. A superb multiple on a

magnificent cover. 17 6 750 (€ 625)

755

754

ex 756

1855: 1 d. red brown, Die 1, perf. 16, a single example used with 1854/57 2 d. blue single

and horizontal strip of four (lettered DI-DL) all tied by London obliterators to 1854 entire

letter to Copenhagen, Denmark. Mailed via Belgium and Danish P.O. in Hamburg (Nov

24) and also struck in Hamburg with italic "franco" at lower left (Van Der Linden fig. 1425). A

marvellous entire in excellent quality. Cert. BPA (2007).

Note: The effective rate was 10½d. per ½ ounce. No Halfpenny stamps had been issued at

this date and the notation '6½' (silvergroschen) on the cover is a credit to the German Postal

Union, with 2 sgr. credited to Denmark. 17+ 20 6 500 (€ 415)

1855/56: Covers (2) to Denmark with 1855 cover from Falmouth franked by single 1 d.

red-brown with reverse showing manuscript 'Danish Consulate Forwarded' and G.C. &

R.W. FOX / FALMOUTH cachet in black, thence carried via London and Danish P.O. in

Hamburg and charged "9½" skilling due; 1856 Printed Matter entire from San Juan, Puerto

Rico mailed from London with strip of three 1 d. red-brown neatly tied with manuscript

"3+2" on reverse for amount due. An unusual pairing. 6 200 (€ 165)

Start price

approx. €


177 Corinphila Auction · 26 February - 1 March 2013 Great Britain: SINGLE LOTS

127

757

757

1857 (Nov 3): Printed Prices Current mailed to Rendborg, Denmark from London, franked

with Great Britain 1 d. red star (Gi Spec. C10) tied by London '25' numeral obliterator, alongside

Denmark imperforate 1854 4 sk. red-brown cancelled by "2" circular numeral cancellation

of Danish P.O. in Hamburg in black. Reverse with Aachen transit in red and Danish P.O.

in Hamburg cds (Nov 6) in black. The cover was marked "½" in blue ink and charged "4"

skilling due from recipient in red crayon as these combination covers (where the Danish

postage had been applied in Great Britain) were no longer authorised due to the London-

Altona Packet Service being withdrawn. An outstanding and most attractive entire with

just three recorded similar frankings. Certificates Jakubek (1985), Nielsen (2003) and RPS

(2004).

Note: The Direct Packet to Altona / Hamburg was withdrawn on November 30, 1853. Mixed

Frankings were still permitted because they did not transit any other countries and the

bilateral agreement between Great Britain and Denmark was still in effect.

For a full listing of the known combination covers, we would refer collectors to "Price

Circulars for GB to Denmark 1850-UPU" in the Collectors Club Philatelist (May-June

2007), Volume 86, No. 3.

Gibbons 2012 Start price

in CHF

Provenance: Collection Peer Lorentzen (2004), exhibited London 2000 International Stamp

Exhibition 40 6 3'000 (€ 2'490)

Start price

approx. €


128 Great Britain: SINGLE LOTS

177 Corinphila Auction · 26 February - 1 March 2013

758

758

1859 (May 4): Printed Prices Current to Nakskov, Denmark franked on despatch with both

Great Britain 1 d. red star tied by Edinburgh "131" duplex in black in combination with

Denmark 1858 4 sk. yellow-brown tied by "2" circular numeral cancellation of Danish P.O.

in Hamburg in black. Reverse with London transit in red and Danish P.O. in Hamburg cds

(May 7) in black. The cover was marked with "2" (skilling) in manuscript for Postage Due

from the recipient. An oustanding and rare entire with just three recorded similar frankings.

Cert. S. Kaiser (1984), Moller (2007).

Note: The Direct Packet to Altona / Hamburg was withdrawn on November 30, 1853. Mixed

Frankings were still permitted because they did not transit any other countries and the

bilateral agreement between Great Britain and Denmark was still in effect.

Gibbons 2012 Start price

in CHF

For a full listing of the known combination covers, we would refer collectors to "Price

Circulars for GB to Denmark 1850-UPU" in the Collectors Club Philatelist (May-June

2007), Volume 86, No.3. 40 6 3'000 (€ 2'490)

Start price

approx. €


177 Corinphila Auction · 26 February - 1 March 2013 Great Britain: SINGLE LOTS

129

759

760

761

762

Gibbons 2012 Start price

in CHF

1864 (Feb 2): Underpaid cover from Dublin to Copenhagen franked solely by 1 d. red star

(mailed a day after the declaration of the 2nd Schleswig Holstein War), struck with two line

INSUFFICIENTLY / STAMPED in black and sent via Hamburg P.O. (Feb 5) to Copenhagen

(Feb 9) - the unusual four day difference probably being explained by a routing via Waremünde

and Malmö. The cover remained un-collected at the Copenhagen Post Restante until June 1864

with various manuscript charges for a total of 35 skilling due and was handstamped "Retour"

in black. Returned to sender receiving framed SENT BACK TO ENGLAND / WITHOUT A

REASON / FOR NON-DELIVERY in red. A fascinating and rare cover. (Photo = 1 134) 40 6 300 (€ 250)

Start price

approx. €

760

1864 (March 19): Entire letter sent by direct ship to Copenhagen endorsed 'per Hull Steamer',

due to the 2nd Schleswig Holstein War (declared Feb 1, 1864) from Hull to Copenhagen,

struck with circular HULL SHIP-LETTER datestamp in black and franked at the normal rate

via Ostend of 9 d. with 1855 1 d. red and 1858 2 d. blue pl. 9 (four examples) all tied by "383"

Hull obliterators and by SKIBSBREV / KJOBENHAVN arrival datestamp (March 23). As the

cover was sent by this unusual route there was no Mail accountancy and the cover was charged

"9" skilling due in red crayon manuscript. Slight cover tear at base but a unique prepayment of

the Danish share (6 d.) of the postage with British adhesives. 40+ 45 6 1'000 (€ 830)

761

1862 (Oct 22): Cover to Copenhagen addressed to the Second Secretary of the Royal

Government General Post in Copenhagen, endorsed "Via Belgium, under ½ ounce in weight"

at top, franked by 1855 1 d. red star and 1858 2 d. blue pl. 9 (five examples) all tied by

London "WC5" obliterators.Reverse with Hamburg Danish P.O. cds (Oct 24). Manuscript

"6½" in red crayon credited to German Postal Union and manuscript "2" at lower left for

Danish credit. A fine and unusual franking. 40+ 45 6 250 (€ 210)

1857: 1 d. red star, 1858 2 d. blue pl. 7 and 1855/57 6 d.deep lilac all used on 1859 cover

endorsed "Post Paid via Altona" to Itzehoe, Holstein and tied by "Gravesend / 322"

duplexes. Struck with two line "PART PAID / MORE TO PAY" in black on front and

actually overpaid 1 penny towards the Danish share; with manuscript at lower left "fr. 1

nur" (free only 1 skilling), the amount due not being levied. Overall ageing but a remarkable

and most unusual cover. (Photo = 1 134) 40+ 45+ 69 6 180 (€ 150)


130 Great Britain: SINGLE LOTS

177 Corinphila Auction · 26 February - 1 March 2013

763

764

765

View of Copenhagen

763

1860 (Aug 16): Cover to Copenhagen with the extraordinary franking of diagonally bisected

1856 1 d rose red, 1855-57 4 d. rose and 6 d. lilac all tied by bold strikes of the London

"47" numeral obliterator in black to pay the 10½ d. rate (the first British ½ d adhesive was

not issued until 1870), with manuscript "6½" being the pence amount paid forward (British

share was 4 d.) to cover the 2 silvergroschen credited to Denmark in Hamburg, noted at

base of cover. Reverse with London cds in blue, Danish P.O. in Hamburg cds (Aug 18) in

black and Copenhagen cds (Aug 19). Some ageing around perforations but a wonderful and

important cover for the specialist. Certificates BPA (1989) and RPS (2003).

Provenance: Collection Wade (March 1997), lot 108.

1861/62: Pair of covers to Denmark, the earlier June 1861 cover franked by 1855 1 d. red

and pair of 4 d. rose on white paper tied by Whitby "875" obliterators and circular "PD" in

red via France to Helsingör; July 1862 cover franked by 1855 1 d. red and pair of 1862/64

pair of 4 d. bright red tied by London SW duplexes. Both covers with "2" silvergroschen

Gibbons 2012 Start price

in CHF

Start price

approx. €

40 var+

66+ 70 6 10'000 (€ 8'300)

credit in crayon for Denmark. Some faults, one with cert. RPS (2009). (Photo = 1 www) 40+ 66+ 80 6 150 (€ 125)

1862 (Nov 22): Cover endorsed "via Ostende" from London to Copenhagen, franked by

unusual mixed issue usage of 1855 1 d. red star, 1855/57 6 d. lilac and 1862/64 4 d. red all

teid by "London/73" duplexes. Manuscript "6½" in red crayon credited to German Postal

Union and manuscript "2" at lower left for Danish credit; reverse with Danish P.O. in

Hamburg transit and arrival cds (Nov 25). A fine and unusual franking. (Photo = 1 135) 40+ 70+ 80 6 200 (€ 165)


177 Corinphila Auction · 26 February - 1 March 2013 Great Britain: SINGLE LOTS

131

766

767

768

Market Street, Copenhagen

766

Gibbons 2012 Start price

in CHF

Start price

approx. €

1878 (Jan 16): Mulready envelope facsimilae produced by J. Lacy & Co. (Stamp Dealers of

Rotherhithe, with embossed seal on reverse), mailed to Copenhagen, Denmark at 2½ d. rate

with 1864/79 1 d. red pl. 194 vertical pair, lettered DI/EI and diagonally bisected single

example all tied by London SE 10 duplexes in black with one corner of the bisect folded

over the edge of cover but intact. Reverse with Danish Post Office violet adhesive label with

five lines of print, instructing the addressee to use a fuller address. Minor ageing mentioned

for accuracy only, but a marvellous and most unusual cover for the specialist.

Provenance: Collection Louis Grunin (May 2004), lot 656. 43+ 43 var 6 3'000 (€ 2'490)

1878 (Nov 4): 2 d. blue registered postal stationery envelope mailed to Copenhagen and uprated

with 1858/79 1 d. red pl. 194 and 1877 4 d. sage green pl. 16 tied by "466" obliterator

in blue (scarce). Oval "Registered / Liverpool" datestamp at left and London treansit in red

below. Reverse with arrival datestamp (Nov 7) in black. The 4 d. is a very scarce stamp on

letter Gi = £ 600. (Photo = 1 135) 43+ 153 6 160 (€ 135)

1863 (March 14): Printed Prices Current from Leith to Copenhagen, franked by 1858 2 d.

blue pl. 9 tied by "Leith / 221" duplex and prepaid as far as Hamburg. Red circular "PP"

at left and reverse with Danish P.O. in Hamburg datestamp and arrival cds (March 19).

Manuscript "2" (skilling) due on receipt on front. An attractive entire. (Photo = 1 135) 45 6 160 (€ 135)


132 Great Britain: SINGLE LOTS

177 Corinphila Auction · 26 February - 1 March 2013

769

770

Gate to Stege

769

1864 (Jan 29): Printed Prices Current to Stege, Denmark endorsed 'via Ostend', franked

with Great Britain 1858 2 d. blue pl. 9 tied by "Hull / 383" duplex in combination with

Denmark 1855 imperforate 2 sk. blue, tied by "2" numeral cancellation of Danish P.O. in

Hamburg. Reverse with Danish P.O. in Hamburg transit cds (Feb 1) and Stege arrival cds in

blue. Both stamps being applied in England on despatch: the rate being 2 d. to Hamburg and

2 sk. from Hamburg to Copenhagen. Extremely rare entire with just two examples known

with 2 d.+ 2 sk. franking. Certificate Nielsen (2003) and RPS (2004).

Note: The Direct Packet to Altona / Hamburg was withdrawn on November 30, 1853. Mixed

Frankings were still permitted because they did not transit any other countries and the

bilateral agreement between Great Britain and Denmark was still in effect. For a full listing

of the known combination covers, we would refer collectors to "Price Circulars for GB to

Denmark 1850-UPU" in the Collectors Club Philatelist (May-June 2007), Volume 86, No.3.

Gibbons 2012 Start price

in CHF

Start price

approx. €

Provenance: Collection Peer Lorentzen (2004), exhibited London 2000 International Stamp

Exhibition 45 6 3'000 (€ 2'490)

1858 2 d. blue pl. 9 and 1855/57 6 d.deep lilac and 1 s. green all used on registered 1862

entire letter to Helsingör, Denmark tied by "Grimsby / 323" duplexes in black with red

"Crown / Registered" below. Oval "Registered / London" transit in red and reverse with

Hamburg transits and arrival cds (Nov 28). Various manuscript ratings with 2 sgr. noted for

the Danish share. File fold affects the 2 d. adhesive but an early registered usage (10½ d.

postage + 9 d. registration) and an attractive cover. (Photo = 1 135) 6 150 (€ 125)


177 Corinphila Auction · 26 February - 1 March 2013 Great Britain: SINGLE LOTS

133

771

772

773

774

775

Gibbons 2012 Start price

in CHF

1858 (July 27): Mourning envelope from St. Helens to the University of Kiel, Holstein

& Lower Saxony (sic), endorsed "via Belgium" at top and franked by 1855/57 4 d. rose on

white paper (2) tied by "679" obliterators in black. Adhesives also struck with two line PART-

PAID / MORE TO PAY handstamp in black and, at lower left, framed 'fr. Hbg.' handstamp

(Van Der Linden fig. 1557) applied. Manuscript "6½" pence credit applied in error, charged 9 skilling

due on arrival (= 2 silvergroschen). A scarce cover. (Photo = 1 135) 66 6 240 (€ 200)

1861 (Jan 4): Underpaid cover to Altona, Denmark franked by 1855/57 6 d. pale lilac tied by

"372" obliterator of "Passage West" (Ireland) with despatch cds on back and front of cover.

Struck with PART PAID / MORE TO PAY handstamp in black and mailed through Cork,

London and Danish P.O. in Hamburg (Jan 7) to Altona. Manuscript "4½" in upper left corner

being the amount needed top pay rate in full (10½ d.), with overall due amount collected on

arrival of 11 skilling in red crayon. A scarce and interesting cover. Cert. Louis (2003).

(Photo = 1 135)

1860 (Jan 18): Cover from London to Copenhagen endorsed 'via Belgium', franked by

unusual use of 1855/57 1 s. green single and a horizontal pair in a different shade tied by

London obliterators in black. Manuscript notation of "1/1 d." for German Postal Union

and "4" silvergroschen for Danish share alongside 'Franco' at left applied in Hamburg

Stadtpostamt (Van Der Linden fig. 1426). Reverse with part flap missing but showing

70 6 300 (€ 250)

Danish P.O. in Hamburg transit. (Photo = 1 135) 72 6 180 (€ 150)

Copenhagen ca. 1860

775

1862 (Nov 24): Cover at double rate to Copenhagen franked with mixed issue franking of

1855/57 1 s. green and 1862/64 9 d. straw tied by "West Hartlepool/947" duplexes. Reverse

with London cds in red, Danish P.O. in Hamburg cds (Nov 28) and Copenhagen arrival cds.

Manuscript notation of "1/1 d." for German Postal Union and "4" silvergroschen for Danish

share. A fine cover with a rare mixed issue usage. 72+ 87 6 400 (€ 330)

1865 (Feb 3): Entire letter from Hull to Copenhagen, Denmark franked by 1862/64 4 d. bright

red, Hair Lines, three horizontal pairs and 3 d. bright carmine rose horizontal pair, faults,

all tied by "Hull / 383" duplexes. Cover was struck with INSUFFICIENTLY / STAMPED

in black and travelled via London (Feb 4) and Hamburg (Feb 5). Charged Postage Due on

arrival with red crayon "17" skilling to pay. A marvellous and most interesting cover.

Note: Franked at 2 s. 6 d. for a quadruple rate letter. British share 1 s. 4 d., remainder

carried forward for GAPU 1 s. 2 d. = 11.67 silvergroschen. Belgian and GPU share = 7 sgr.

Balance left from prepayment = 4.67 sgr. (noted on the cover "4" in blue crayon). Danish

share 4 sgr. = 17 skilling to pay. 76+ 81 6 500 (€ 415)

774

Start price

approx. €


134 Great Britain: SINGLE LOTS

177 Corinphila Auction · 26 February - 1 March 2013

734 / CHF 250

738 / CHF 150

Great Britain: see also lot 3143

'UPU - The Severin Collection' in the 180 Corinphila catalogue

ex 737 / CHF 300

743 / CHF 150

762 / CHF 180

759 / CHF 300


177 Corinphila Auction · 26 February - 1 March 2013 Great Britain: SINGLE LOTS

135

765 / CHF 200

768 / CHF 160

771 / CHF 240

773 / CHF 180

767 / CHF 160

770 / CHF 150

772 / CHF 300

ex 778 / CHF 180


136 Great Britain: SINGLE LOTS

177 Corinphila Auction · 26 February - 1 March 2013

776

777

778

779

780

776

Gibbons 2012 Start price

in CHF

1864 (Nov 4): Cover from Hartlepool to Copenhagen at double rate, franked by superb

three colour franking of 1862/64 3 d. carmine, 6 d. lilac and 9 d. straw, all tied by bold

"Hartlepool / 947" duplexes in black. Red oval "PD" below and reverse with London cds,

Hamburg Statdtpost datestamps (the Danish P.O. in Hamburg was still closed due to the

2nd Schleswig Holstein War) and Copenhagen arrival cds (Nov 8). Manuscript on front "4"

silvergroschen (credit to Denmark) and deleted "9" silvergroschen credit to German Postal

Union (deleted so as not to be confused with a due marking). A charming and very scarce

cover. (Photo = 1 136) 76+ 84+ 87 6 750 (€ 625)

1863 (May 27): Registered cover from Liverpool to Aalborg, Denmark franked by 1862/64

6 d. deep lilac and 9 d. straw (both in intense shades), tied by "466" obliterators and by

circular "PD" in red; paying the 9 d. postage and 6 d. registration fee. "Crown / Registered"

handstamp in red below and reverse with Danish P.O. in Hamburg cds (May 29) and Aalborg

arrival cds (June 1). A fine and scarce cover in fine quality. (Photo = 1 136) 83+ 87 6 500 (€ 415)

1863/64: Pair of underpaid covers each franked by single 1862/64 6 d. lilac, the earlier

August 1863 cover from Edinburgh to Altona struck with INSUFFICIENTLY / PREPAID

in black and assessed with postage due of "2" silvergroschen in blue crayon and charged

13 skilling due on arrival; the January 1864 cover with INSUFFICIENTLY / STAMPED in

black but mailed to Copenhagen with postage due of "2" silvergroschen in blue crayon but

Copenhagen was in Rayon 2 and thus the charge raised on arrival was 18 skilling due. Faults

but an unusual pairing. (Photo = 1 135) 84 6 180 (€ 150)

779

1863 (Oct 30): Cover from London to Copenhagen franked by single 1862/64 9 d. straw,

with scarce circular TOO-LATE / G.P.O. at left, oval "PD" in red and manuscript "4½"

credit: ½ sgr. to Belgium, 2 sgr. to German Postal Union and 2 sgr. to Denmark (marked in

red crayon). Reverse with Danish P.O. in Hamburg cds and Copenhagen arrival (Nov 3) in

black. Scarce stamp on letter Gi = £ 875. (Photo = 1 136) 87 6 280 (€ 230)

1864 (July 22): Cover from Hartlepool to Copenhagen franked by superb 1862/64 9 d.

straw, tied by bold "Hartlepool / 947" duplex in black. Red circular "PD" below and reverse

with London cds, Hamburg Statdtpost datestamps (the Danish P.O. in Hamburg was closed

due to the 2nd Schleswig Holstein War) and Copenhagen arrival cds (July 26).Manuscrip

on front "4½" silvergroschen (credit to German Postal Union) and "2" silvergroschen credit

to Denmark. A fresh and fine cover in excellent quality Gi = £ 875. (Photo = 1 136) 87 6 240 (€ 200)

777

780

Start price

approx. €


177 Corinphila Auction · 26 February - 1 March 2013 Great Britain: SINGLE LOTS

137

781

782

783

784

785-787

British P.O.s abroad

781

783

Gibbons 2012 Start price

in CHF

British P.O.s abroad - Danish West Indies 1876 (Dec 11): GB 1870 1½ d. plate 3 lake-red

and 1873 1 s. plate 12 green, tied by bold strike of St. Thomas/C51 duplex to cover via

London to Uzès Gard with Dec 31 arrival mark on reverse.

Provenance: 143. Corinphila Auction (May 2005), lot 4969. (Photo = 1 137) Z4+ Z30 6 400 (€ 330)

British P.O.s in Turkey

1861 (Dec 25): Cover to London underpaid via Marseille, franked by 1856 6 d. lilac tied by

bold "C" obliterator in black, with two strikes of rare INSUFFIECIENTLY PREPAID in red

and circular MORE TO PAY in red. Short paid 6 pence and charged at double the deficiency

with 1 shilling due in manuscript. Reverse with British P.O. Constantinople cds in red and

London arrival cds (Jan 3, 1862) in red. A rare cover. (Photo = 1 137) Z97 6 300 (€ 250)

1867 (May 21): Cover from London to Constantinople franked by 1865/67 6 d. lilac pl.

6 tied by London duplex, struck on arrival with rare NOT CALLED FOR and framed

UNCLAIMED in red (the latter marking is recorded only in late May to early June 1867).

"British Post Office / Constantinople" cds in blue on front for letter's return to sender (Dec

10). Rare and splendid cover. (Photo = 1 137) 97 6 350 (€ 290)

1876 (May 11): Cover, slight tear at top, mailed to New York franked by GB 1875 2 ½ d.

rosy mauve, pl. 2 tied by "C" obliterator in black and by rare TOO-LATE straight line in red.

Red "British Post Office / Constantinople" cds at left and London transit on front (May 17)

in red, reverse with New York arrival. Despite the fault a rare and attractive cover. Signed

Vaccari. (Photo = 1 137) Z79 6 200 (€ 165)

No lot.

782

784

Start price

approx. €


138 Collection Imperial Airways 1924 - 1940: SINGLE LOTS

177 Corinphila Auction · 26 February - 1 March 2013

The Barry J. E. Scott FRPSL International Gold Medal Collection

IMPERIAL AIRWAYS LIMITED 1924 - 1940

The collection built up over a period of twenty five years shows the development of the air mail system by Imperial

Airways from the forerunners up to 1940.

Imperial Airways was formed after advice by the British Government selected committee formally known as the

“Hambling Committee” who reported to the House on 15 February 1923. This report stated that the existing private

Airline companies should be merged into one company that could develop an external air service for Britain and

the Empire. An agreement was reached between the President of the Air Council and the Foreign and Colonial

Corporation on 3 December 1923 and the first daily flight between London (Croydon) and Paris (Le Bourget)

was commenced 26 April 1924. The expansion of the European air routes were started progressively and Imperial

Airways as the “Chosen Instrument” by the British Government’s air mail plan to extend the air services to India,

South Africa and later to the Empire countries in Australasia, formally took over the route between Cairo and

Baghdad from the RAF on 1 January 1927, adding immediately Basra to the route.

The collectors primary interest in the air mails was not so much the advent of first flight covers, but rather the

commercially flown mail, showing the different routes and rates, legs and feeder services from Europe to Australia

as well as the IA Service from Egypt to South Africa and vice versa. This includes scarce destinations, routings

and route expansions.

The finest Imperial Airways collection put together to date in the considered knowledge of several senior FIP

Aerophilatelic Judges.

- Aeropex Beijing 2009 Gold plus Runner up to Grand Award

- Phila Nippon 2011 FIP Gold

- Indonesia 2012 FIP Gold


177 Corinphila Auction · 26 February - 1 March 2013 Collection Imperial Airways 1924 - 1940: SINGLE LOTS

139

788<

789<

790<

791<

792<

793<

794<

795<

796<

797<

798<

799<

800<

Imperial Airways Limited 1924-1940

Start price

in CHF

1920 (May 21): Aircraft Transport and Travel Company (AT&T) - Envelope to Paris

franked 2½ d. and 2/6 tied by Croydon cds. endorsed 'by aeroplane post' in manuscript and

showing double line "AIR MAIL EXPRESS" h.s. in black and Paris arrival mark on reverse.

Envelope little soiled and wrinkled McQueen type 12 (Photo = 1 142) 6 100 (€ 85)

1920 (August 6): Handley Page Transport Limited - Envelope to Paris correctly franked

2 x 2d. + 2½d + 1½d tied by 'Threadneedle St. B.O.' cds. and single line "AIR MAIL" h.s.

in red with Paris arrival mark on reverse McQueen unlisted. (Photo = 1 142) 6 120 (€ 100)

1920: Instone Air Line Limited - Registered envelope from "Dinard-Saint Enogat 15.9.20"

franked on reverse at the correct postage of 3 F. 50 to London; also envelope franked with

11d. and tied by "Earl-Shilton Hinckley 28 OC 6 PM" to Rotterdam/NL, bearing " BY AIR

MAIL P25" label Mair type GBR-A-1c. Both backstamped on arrival, minor faults, scarce.

(Photo = 1 142)

1920 (Dec. 7/17: Aircraft Transport and Travel Limited - Registered cover to Belgium

(name of addressee cut out and repaired) franked with 13d. tied by "Brixton RD 7 DE 20"

cds. as well as similar registered envelope to Paris franked at the correct printed matter rate

of 9d. cancelled by "Brixton RD 17 DE 20" cds., both with adhesive air mail labels Mair type

6 160 (€ 135)

GBR-A-1a. (Photo = 1 142) 6 120 (€ 100)

1920 (Dec. 16): Handley Page Transport Limited - Cover franked at correct rate of 4½ d.

tied by "MIDDLESBROUGH 16 DE 20" cds. and sent via "LONDON F.S.15 17 DE 20"

to Switzerland, bearing "BY AIR MAIL"label Mair type GBR - A-1a cancelled by straight line

"SERVICE SUSPENDED" cachet in black McQueen unlisted. (Photo = 1 142) 6 140 (€ 115)

1922 (Nov. 18): Handley Page afternoon service to Paris - Cover (flap missing) franked

with 2 x 1d. + 3d. (½ d. late fee) tied by "PADDINGTON.W.2. 12-AM 18. NOV 1922" cds.

to Paris, backstamped same day "Paris 5 18-11 22 * 19" and showing large circular "AIR

MAIL" cachet in red. McQueen unlisted. (Photo = 1 142) 6 120 (€ 100)

1922 (Nov. 11): 5d. single franking on cover form London to Paris bearing air mail label

Mair type GBR-A-1c and showing two handstrucks of boxed "NO FLIGHT SENT BY

ORDINARY SERVICE" in violet McQueen unlisted. (Photo = 1 142) 6 100 (€ 85)

1923: Daimler Hire Limited - Daimler/DAL Service; 5d. single franking on cover from

"TAUNTON 27 AP 23" to Berlin plus similar cover to the same address franked at the

new rate of 8d. cancelled "TAUNTON 13 AU 23", both backstamped on reverse, further

incorrect franking of 6d. on cover to Germany as well as a registered envelope to Scotland

franked with 6 M.78 pf for registered printed matter from "Berlin 31.7. 1923 LUFTPOST"

Mair type GBR-A-3b. (Photo = 1 142) 6 200 (€ 165)

Imperial Airways: European Routes

1924 June 10): Imperial Airways London Amsterdam - Berlin - First flight cover to

Hannover franked ½ d. + 2 x 1 d. 2 x 1½ d. (Mueller 118) as well as 1d. postcard uprated

with ½ d. + 3d. from "London Sep 15" to Utrecht. (Photo = 1 142) 6 150 (€ 125)

1924: UK - Holland, 1½ d. stationery envelope with additional 3d. franking tied "LONDON

2.9 19 FE 24", bearing dark blue air mail label Mair type GBR-A-3d and showing boxed "NO

FLIGHT SENT BY ORDINARY MAIL" in black to Amsterdam McQueen unlisted.

(Photo = 1 142)

1925: UK - Germany, Cover franked with ½ d. + 5 d. from "Warrington 24 AP 25" to

Berlin-Spandau as well as printed matter envelope to Austria franked with 3½ d. from

"Dulwich S.E. 2 28 JY 25" showing German straight line "Durch FLUGPOST" h.s. in violet

and forwarded from Berlin by rail, further R-cover from "Richmond Surrey 29 Jul 25"

franked with 8½ d. to Libau/Latvia, all backstamped "Berlin C D2u" and showing boxed

"Mit Luftpost befördert über Tempelhofer Feld Postamt Berlin C2" in magenta on reverse.

6 100 (€ 85)

(Photo = 1 142)

1925: UK - Berlin - Lithuania, Commercial cover franked with ½ d. + 5 d. per 1 oz.

from London (Oct. 1) as well as double rate letter (Nov. 19) at 10d. to the same address in

Siauliai/Lithuania. Air mailed letters could be sent via Imperial Airways and DLH to Berlin

6 220 (€ 185)

Tempelhof and then via night rail service to the Baltic States. (Photo = 1 142) 6 120 (€ 100)

1926 (May 16): UK - Russia, Envelope (roughly opened at top) to Moscow, franked at correct

air mail letter rate to 5 d. + ½ d. cancelled " DULWICH S.O.S.E.2 16 MY26" bearing air mail

label Mair type GBR-A-3e together with German air mail label, forwarded via "Berlin Luftpost C2

17.5.26" and backstamped "MOCKBA 18.5.26". Imperial Airways and Deruluft (Deutsch-

Russische Luftverkehrs A.G.) operated this air service jointly. (Photo = 1 142) 6 120 (€ 100)

Start price

approx. €


140 Collection Imperial Airways 1924 - 1940: SINGLE LOTS

177 Corinphila Auction · 26 February - 1 March 2013

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1928 (Dec. 4): UK - Egypt, cover to Port Said franked ½ d. + 2 x 1½ d. from

"MIDDLESBOROUGH 4 DE 28" via Paris to Marseilles and forwarded by steamer to

Egypt. The 2d. air fee covered the air journey from Croydon to Marseilles Mair type GBR-A3f.

(Photo = 1 142)

1932 (Oct. 21): UK - Brazil via France, cover franked correctly with 3/6 per ½ oz. to

Brazil, cancelled "PADDINGTON 21 OCT 1932" to Paris, dispatched via Air France

to Dakar/Senegal and French steamer "Aviso" to Natal/Brazil, backstamped "Sao Paulo

6 100 (€ 85)

30.10.32" Mair type GBR-A7. (Photo = 1 143) 6 120 (€ 100)

1933 (Jan. 27): UK - Argentine via France, correctly franked cover 4/- per ½ oz. to

Argentine, cancelled "MANCHESTER 27 JA 1933" dispatched in Paris via Air France to

Dakar/Senegal and French steamer "Aviso" to Natal/Brazil, backstamped "Buenos Aires

FEB. 5.1933", cover little soiled, but scarce destination Mair type GBR-A8. (Photo = 1 143) 6 160 (€ 135)

1925/32: Group of twelve covers sent by airmail via Paris, incl. two to Switzerland, one

registered, as well as covers to Sicily, Portugal, Austria and Sweden, all correctly franked

and showing diff. rates as from 27 June 1927 the unified air fee to European countries was

reduced from 3d. to 2d. per ounce. (Photo = 1 143) 6 400 (€ 330)

1930/34: UK-Germany Lot five covers, including three postcard showing diff. rates as 4 d.

to Dresden and new reduced 2½ d. rate to Belgium (after 8 Aug.1932) as well as commercial

EXPRESS delivery cover sent via Cologne and Lufthansa to Berlin and then by rail to

Vienna/Austria (1931). (Photo = 1 www) 6 200 (€ 165)

Imperial Airways: Expanded Routes to the Middle East, India and beyond

1927 (Jan. 4): UK - Iraq, Registered cover to British Consul in Basra/Iraq franked with 6d.

air fee + 2½ surface letter rate cancelled by "HERSHAM 4 JA 27 WALTON ON THAMES"

cds. with large handstamp "AIR POST", sent by Imperial to Marseilles, P.&O. mail steamer

to Port Said and rail to Cairo, thence by Imperial Air service E-1 to "BASRAH 15 JAN 27".

A scarce and appealing cover. On 6 January 1927 Imperial took over the Cairo - Baghdad

air service from the RAF with once fortnightly flights in both directions. (Photo = 1 143) 6 200 (€ 165)

1927 (Jan 7): Cover to England franked with Iraq 6 a. tied by "LOWER BAGHDAD 7 JAN

27" cds. and bearing large "AIR MAIL" adhesive label with type written "BAGHDAD-

CAIRO/1st Flight Imperial Airways" McQueen and Mair unlisted. Imperial Service departed

Baghdad 8. January and arriving Cairo 9 January 1927. (Photo = 1 143) 6 150 (€ 125)

1927 (Feb. 25): Burma - United Kingdom, printed envelope "THE RANGOON TIMES"

PRESS with additional special air mail imprint "AIR-MAIL-URGENT-BASRA-CAIRO"

in red to England, correctly franked on reverse by 5 a. tied "Rangoon G.P.O." and large

boxed "AIR MAIL SERVICE BASRA-CAIRO (KARACHI G.P.O.)" in magenta, Karachi

transit cancellation (4 MAR. 27) to "BASRAH SOR. 17 MAR 27" to Cairo and surface to

UK (26 March 27). Rare and early acceptance, with a total of only 29 days of transit time.

(Photo = 1 143) 6 220 (€ 185)

Start price

approx. €

ex 809

1927: Iraq - UK, Cover at 9 a. cancelled "MAGIL 15 FEB 27" plus another registered

envelope at 1 rupee from "BASRAH 6 MAY 27 REGD.", both showing large two line

handstamp "BASRAH=CAIRO./AIR MAIL." in blue to England. A scarce and appealing

pair McQueen unlisted. 6 300 (€ 250)


177 Corinphila Auction · 26 February - 1 March 2013 Collection Imperial Airways 1924 - 1940: SINGLE LOTS

141

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in CHF

1927 (March 26): India - UK, cover franked by 5 a. from Karachi via Basra - Cairo to

London with endorsed "Air Mail Urgent Basra - Cairo" in manuscript and large boxed

cachet "AIR MAIL SERVICE BASRA-CAIRO (KARACHI G.P.O.)" in magenta showing

"BASRAH 31 MAR 27" transit mark on reverse. (Photo = 1 143) 6 120 (€ 100)

1927: Iraq - UK via Egypt and Regular Mail Steamer, Group of four covers including

mourning envelope from Basrah (May 12), registered cover from Baghdad (Nov 5) and

official O.H.M.S. cover from "R.A.F. Signals 12 AU" ( Baghdad), all to England as well

as unsealed Printed Matter envelope franked by ½ a. + 1½ a. air mail fee to Cairo showing

straight line "BAGHDAD-CAIRO AIR MAIL" handstamp in violet. A fine group.

(Photo = 1 143)

1927 (Nov. 3): India - UK, Printed matter franking of 3½ a. on cover from Bombay via

Basra - Cairo to London showing straight line "BASRA-CAIRO" in violet and "URGENT"

applied at Bombay as well as double circle handstamp "By Air" in black from Karchi

G.P.O. with "BASRAH 11. NOV 27" transit mark on reverse. Envelope slightly browned,

6 240 (€ 200)

otherwise fine McQueen type 2 and 53, Mair type IRA-A1a. (Photo = 1 143) 6 150 (€ 125)

1927: Egypt - Iraq, Group of four covers including registered envelope from Alexandria

(March 24) to Basrah, underpaid envelope from Cairo (Jan 10) to Karachi, cover from

Edinburgh (23 Sept.) via Egypt and Iraq addressed to Persia as well as another from Port

Said (13 Sept.) to Baghdad. (Photo = 1 www) 6 200 (€ 165)

1928: Iraq - UK, Envelope from Basrah (Feb 24) to England franked by 6 a. single franking

showing large two line handstamp "BASRAH-CAIRO./AIR MAIL." in blue as well as

another cover franked at the new reduced letter rate of 4½ d. from Lower Baghdad (Apr 7)

showing boxed handstamp "AIR MAIL/BAGHDAD-CAIRO." in blue, both handstrucks

applied on front McQueen unlisted. (Photo = 1 143) 6 200 (€ 165)

Imperial Airways:

Services to the Indian Sub-Continent and beyond, March 1929 - September 1933

Commencing 30 March 1929 Imperial Airways was able to offer the new extended air route from London

(Croydon) to Karachi taking a total of eight days to complete the journey. The only sector that was not by

air was between Basle (Switzerland) and Genoa (Italy), here passengers and mail travelled by rail as the

aircraft of the day did not have the capacity to fly over the Swiss Alps due to the height of the mountains

between those two cities

1929 (April 19): INDIA - Egypt, Cover to Cairo franked by 3 a. air mail fee and 4 a. surface

letter rate, each tied by "KARACHI 19 APR 29" cds., showing double circle handstamp

"By Air" and "KARACHI TO CAIRO BY IMPERIAL AIRWAYS" imprint together with

"INDIAN AIRWAYS" rubber h.s. on front, Alexandria arrival (Ap.24) on reverse, signed

Stephen Smith Mair type IND-A-1a (Photo = 1 143) 6 100 (€ 85)

1929 (Apr.4): Karachi - London Imperial Airwys Inaugural Flight April 7, envelope to

London franked by 8 a. tied by "SIMLA S.W. 4 APR.29", with endorsed 'By first air mail

India-England" in manuscript and double circle handstamp "BY AIR" applied at Karachi

G.P.O. Mair type IND-A-1a. The service now took only 8 days, flying all the way. (Photo = 1 143)

1929 (May 3): Iraq - UK, envelope franked by 3 a. air mail fee and 2 x 1½ a Imperial

surface letter rate from BASRAH to Portsmouth/England showing scarce boxed handstamp

"RECEIVED LATE FOR INCLUSION WITH THE AIR DESPATCH" in violet. MCQueen

6 120 (€ 100)

unlisted. (Photo = 1 143) 6 180 (€ 150)

1929 (June 22): Australia - UK, Business envelope (vertical fold) franked at 1/7½ double

air fee cancelled "SHIP MAIL ROOM MELBOURNE 22 JE" sent by air to Perth, by

steamer to Calcutta, rail to Karachi thence Imperial service IW-16 arriving London 27 July

1929 Mair AUS-B-29. (Photo = 1 146) 6 140 (€ 115)

1929 (July 26): Singapore - UK, Envelope to London franked with 26 c. neatly tied by

"NEWTON SINGAPORE 26 JY" cds. sent by steamer to Bombay and via Bombay Flying

Club inaugural flight to Karachi and thence by Imperial to UK Mair type STS-A1 (Photo = 1 146)

1929 (Sept. 22): Persia - Iraq, Registered Hotel enelope (vertical fold) from KERMANCHAR

franked on reverse with 48 ch. showing on front boxed "POSTE AERIENNE BAGDAD

CAIRE" handstamp in black, sent via Bushire with "BAGHDAD REG. 23 SEP. 29" arrival

6 300 (€ 250)

mark Mair type IRN-A-2. (Photo = 1 146) 6 120 (€ 100)

1929 (Oct. 10): Denmark - B.E.A., Correctly franked envelope (edge wear) bearing 1

Kr. 30 ö. from Kopenhagen, sent by Lufthansa and backstamped in Berlin (10.10), Athens

(12.10) thence Imperial service to Kisumu and by Wilson Airways feeder service to Dar es

Salaam, Tanganyika Territory (16.10), furthera later envelope from "RONGAI KENYA 19

DE 34" franked at foreign letter rate of 75 c. up to Denmark. A fine pair. (Photo = 1 146) 6 220 (€ 185)

Start price

approx. €


142 Collection Imperial Airways 1924 - 1940: SINGLE LOTS

177 Corinphila Auction · 26 February - 1 March 2013

788 / CHF 100

ex 790 / CHF 160

794 / CHF 100

797 / CHF 100

789 / CHF 120

ex 791 / CHF 120

ex 795 / CHF 200

ex 798 / CHF 220

793 / CHF 120

792 / CHF 140

796 / CHF 150

800 / CHF 120 801 / CHF 100

ex 799 / CHF 120


177 Corinphila Auction · 26 February - 1 March 2013 Collection Imperial Airways 1924 - 1940: SINGLE LOTS

143

802 / CHF 120

ex 811 / CHF 240

812 / CHF 150

806 / CHF 200

808 / CHF 220

803 / CHF 160

ex 814 / CHF 200

815 / CHF 100

804 / CHF 400

807 / CHF 150

810 / CHF 120

816 / CHF 120

817 / CHF 180


144 Collection Imperial Airways 1924 - 1940: SINGLE LOTS

177 Corinphila Auction · 26 February - 1 March 2013

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in CHF

1929 (Oct. 25): 'City of Alexandria' and 'City of Athens' double Crash at Mersa

Matruh, Egypt, recovered envelope addressed to India, franking and air mail label have

been washed off, showing machine cancellation "HERNE BAY KENT 3.15 PM 25 OCT

29" and backstamped "CALCUTTA G.P.O.DELY. 7 NOV. 29" on reverse. Only few kown

covers Nierinck 291026 (Photo = 1 155) 6 500 (€ 415)

1929 (Dec. 3): Singapore -UK, Envelope (roughly opened) franked with 26 c. cancelled

"NEWTON SINGAPORE 3 DE 1929" cds., endorsed "By Air Mail Karachi-London"

in manuscript and sent by mail steamer to Bombay, rail to Karachi and Imperial service

(Dec.30.) to London Mair type STS-A-1. (Photo = 1 146) 6 360 (€ 300)

1930 (April 30): Australia - UK Envelope to England franked at double air mail rate 1/1½

(blunt perfs at top) cancelled "SHIP MAIL ROOM MELBOURNE 11-A. 15 AP 30", sent

via Perth - Karachi, arriving Croydon 5 May 1930. (Photo = 1 146) 6 150 (€ 125)

1930 (July 1): New Zealand's First Connection with the Karachi-London Air Mail

Service, Envelope franked with 8 d. tied by "TIMARU 1 JL 30" cds. sent via Karachi to

Delhi (Aug.9), unclaimed and returned to sender with several transit marks on reverse. Rare

New Zealand acceptance and route extension between Karachi and the Indian capital Delhi

Mueller 58. (Photo = 1 146) 6 300 (€ 250)

1930 (July 1): Another envelope from the 1st connection to the Imperial Service in Karachi,

franked with 9½ d. tied "TIMARU 1 JL 30" cds. sent via Karachi - Brussels to Paris with

arrival mark (Aug. 11) on reverse Mueller 58. (Photo = 1 146) 6 220 (€ 185)

1930 (July 7): Envelope franked with 8 d. tied by "ST. ALBANS 7 JL 30.3 N.Z." cds.,

endorsed "By Karachi-London Air Service" in manuscript to England Mair NZL-A-1a.

(Photo = 1 146) 6 140 (€ 115)

1930 (Aug. 28): Malaya - UK, Registered envelope to England franked by 41 c. (some

blunt perfs.) tied by "NILAI 5-PM 28 AU 1930 F.M.S" cds., sent via Singapore and mail

steamer to Karachi, dipatched to Imperial Service to London. Rare Malayan acceptance Mair

type FMS-A-1 (Photo = 1 146) 6 300 (€ 250)

1930 (Sept. 20): India - Germany via UK, Business cover from Calcutta to Germany franked

15 a. showing on front and reare straight line "GREAT BRITAIN INDIA VIA KARACHI."

handstamp in violet (unlisted in McQueen), transferred at Croydon to air service via Cologne

to Nuremberg/Fürth with arrival mark on reverse (Oct. 9). (Photo = 1 146) 6 120 (€ 100)

1931: Two complete Air Mail Label Booklets issued by the British Post with different cover

sheets, both with three vertical panes of four labels unused mint, enclosed advertising of

postal rates and other services offered by Imperial Airways Mair type GBR-B-1 as well as scarce Mair type

GBR-4 variety. (Photo = 1 163) 6** 300 (€ 250)

1931 (Feb. 18): New Zealand - UK 1d. stationery envelope uprated with 7d. air mail fee

cancelled "DUNEDIN 18 FE 31.8-P.M.N.Z." to England sent by regular mail steamer via

Australia and "Karachi-London Air Mail" to Bugle with arrival mark on reverse (March 27)

Mair type NZL-A-1a. (Photo = 1 146) 6 150 (€ 125)

Start price

approx. €

832

1931 (Apr. 1): 'City of Cairo' Crash at Koepang, Dutch East Indies Envelope addressed

to Perth/Western Australia, franked 1/4d. and tied by machine cancellation "HALIFAX

YORK 1 APR 1931" dispatched to the first experimental extension flight by Imperial from

Karachi to Australia crashed at Kupang (Apr. 19) with Perth arival mark on reverse (May

4). Despite the aircraft was a total wreck, nobody was injured and the mails onboard were

undamaged. Nierinck 310419 6 500 (€ 415)


177 Corinphila Auction · 26 February - 1 March 2013 Collection Imperial Airways 1924 - 1940: SINGLE LOTS

145

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in CHF

Start price

approx. €

1931 (Apr. 4): 'City of Cairo' Crash at Koepang, Dutch East Indies Airmail envelope

addressed to Sydney, franked 1/4d. and tied by "LONDON AIR MAIL 4 AP 31" cds.,

dispatched to the First Experimental Extension Flight by Imperial from Karachi to Australia

crashed at Kupang (Apr. 19), uplifted by the well known pilot Kingsford-Smith (April 25),

carried to Darwin and handed over to Qantas with Sydney arrival mark on reverse (Apr. 29)

Mueller 185, Nierinck 310419. 6 500 (€ 415)

1931 (Apr. 27): Kuala Lumpur - UK via Singapore, Airmail cover carried on the first

experimental return flight service from Australia to England, franked with 48 c. tied by

"KUALA LUMPUR 27 AP 1931 F.M.S." cds., endorsed 'BY DIRECT SERVICE",

backstamped "SINGAPORE 28 AP 1931" on reverse and Norwich cds. (May 15) on front

on ½ d. Rare acceptance from Malaya Mueller 8, Mair type FMS-A-1 (Photo = 1 146) 6 400 (€ 330)

1931 (May 9): 2nd Experimental Return Service from Australia to England, Business cover

correctly franked with 8d. tied by "MELBOURNE VIC. 9 MAY 1931" meter mark (note '1931'

inverted!) with endorsed 'Via Karachi' in manuscript to Birmingham Mueller 72 (Photo = 1 146)

1931 (Aug 1): Persia- Australia, envelope correctly franked on front and reverse by total 4 Krs

32 Ch .tied by "TEHERAN 1 VIII 31" cds. dispatched to the intermediate leg Bushire - Karachi,

handstamped "AIR MAIL" and crossed out with two large "Jusqu'à" bars applied at Karachi,

6 120 (€ 100)

onwards carriage by rail to Bombay ( Aug 8) and sea mail to Sydney. Fine. (Photo = 1 147) 6 100 (€ 85)

1931 (Aug 20): Malta - USA via Italy, Airmail envelope to New York franked with 3½ d

tied by "AIR MAIL MALTA" cds. in violet and adjacent "VALETTA" cds in black, showing

boxed two line handstamp "BY AIR TO GENOA ONLY" in violet and forwarded from

there by sea mail steamer. Unusual intermediate leg Valetta-Genoa. (Photo = 1 147)

200 (€ 165)

1931 (Aug. 26): New Zealand - Syria, Registered envelope (opened on three sides)

franked 1/1d., from High Street/Christchurch N.Z.sent by Imperial service to Baghdad with

Bhamdoun/Lebanon arrival mark (Oct. 6) on reverse. Correct postage to Syria required

1/4 per ½ oz. plus registration fee of 3d., which obviously has not been charged. Rare

destination. (Photo = 1 147) 6 120 (€ 100)

1931 (Oct.22): New Zealand - UK, Envelope franked at the correct letter rate to UK at 9d.

tied by "WELINGTON NORTH 22. OC.31 3 N.Z." dipatched in Karachi (Nov. 11) arriving

Croydon Nov. 17 1931. (Photo = 1 147)

(*) 150 (€ 125)

1938 (April): China - UK, Envelope franked by combined surface/air mail letter rate of 95

Yuan (perfs. slight gum stain) from CHANGSHA and sent via "HONG KONG VICTORIA

17 AP 38" to England, unusual acceptance Mair type CHN-A-1d. (Photo = 1 147) 6 120 (€ 100)

1932 (August): G.P.O. London official information, one page leavelet, advertising the new

special reduced air milrates fo postcards coming into force as from 6 August 1932.

(Photo = 1 147)

1932 (Oct. 17): Tata & Sons Ltd. Feeder Service Flights in Conjunction with Imperial

Airways at Karachi - Illustrated FIRST FLIGHT envelope franked on reversewith 8½ d.

cancelled by "BOMBAY FOREIGN 17.OCT.32" cds. showing on front boxed 'Madras-

Karachi' special cachet (18. Oct.) sent via Basrah (20 Oct.) to Teheran (23. Oct.). Mueller 111a.

6 80 (€ 65)

(Photo = 1 147) 6 150 (€ 125)


146 Collection Imperial Airways 1924 - 1940: SINGLE LOTS

177 Corinphila Auction · 26 February - 1 March 2013

819 / CHF 300

823 / CHF 360

826 / CHF 220 825 / CHF 300

831 / CHF 150

818 / CHF 140

820 / CHF 120

824 / CHF 150

834 / CHF 400

828 / CHF 300

ex 821 / CHF 220

827 / CHF 140

829 / CHF 120

835 / CHF 120


177 Corinphila Auction · 26 February - 1 March 2013 Collection Imperial Airways 1924 - 1940: SINGLE LOTS

147

836 / CHF 100

839 / CHF 150

843 / CHF 120

842 / CHF 150

848 / CHF 200

837 / CHF 200

840 / CHF 120

844 / CHF 100

ex 846 / CHF 150

845 / CHF 180

838 / CHF 120

841 / CHF 80

849 / CHF 150


148 Collection Imperial Airways 1924 - 1940: SINGLE LOTS

177 Corinphila Auction · 26 February - 1 March 2013

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in CHF

1933 (June 1): Ceylon - UK, Envelope correctly franked at double air mail letter rate of

69 cents. from "COLOMBO 1 JN 33" sent by mail steamer and railway to Karachi thence

by Imperial service to London, fine. (Photo = 1 147) 6 120 (€ 100)

1933 (July 20): UK - Hong Kong Envelope franked with 1/4 combined air/seamail letter

rate, cancelled by "WATERLOOO STREET GLASGOW C2" cds. sent via "MARSEILLES

GARE AVIATION 25 JUI" and thence by French steamer via Saigon (3.8.) to "Hong Kong

12 AUG 33" with arrival mark on reverse. (Photo = 1 147) 6 100 (€ 85)

1933 (Aug. 19): Dutch Indies via UK to USA regular sized business envelope franked

with 210 cents tied by "BANDJERMASIN" cds.sent via "SINGAPORE 23 AU 1933" to

London where the air mail label had been cancelled by the two large red bars and forwarded

by mail steamer to USA. A rare acceptance Mair type NEI-A-2b. (Photo = 1 147) 6 180 (€ 150)

1929/34: Ceylon - Group of three commercial envelopes from Colombo to Europe, showing

the different rates as 29 c. franking on cover via Karachi to London (1929), 79 c. Empire

letter rate on cover sent via Calcutta to Croydon (Dec 5 1934) as well as double rated

envelope at 58 c. to Holland, sent via Karachi to Brindisi and transferred to Lufthansa for

further carriage to Den Haag (Dec. 12 1934). A fine trio. (Photo = 1 147) 6 150 (€ 125)

Imperial Airways: Expansion from Cairo to the Cape

Commencing 28 February 1931 Imperial Airways offered an extension from Cairo to

Mwanza and other ports of call in East Africa. This initial service was overtaken on 20

January 1932 by a further extension from Mwanza to Cape Town, thus the air route to

Southern Africa via East Africa was established.

1931: Complete Booklet of Air Mail Labels issued by the British Post with three vertical

panes of four labels unused mint with enclosed advertising of postal rates and other services

offered by Imperial Airways, showing red overprint "AFRICAN AIR MAIL LEAVES ON

WEDNESDAY", only few recorded compl. booklets known Mair type GBR-B-1 var. (Photo = 1 163)

1931 (Sept. 21): Envelope franked by 1.50 c. cancelled "NAIROBI 21 SE 31 KENYA"

showing "AIR FEE PREPAID TO EUROPE" applied at Nairobi carried by Wilsons Airways

feeder service to Kisumu, then Imperial service to Athens (Sept. 28), transferred to German

Lufthansa and sent via Munich and Dresden to Berlin (1.10) backstamped on reverse Mair type

** 250 (€ 210)

KUG-A-3. (Photo = 1 147) 6 200 (€ 165)

1931/33: Belgium Congo - UK, Cover from "ABA 18.8.31" franked with 6 Fr. surface/

air letter rate to USA carried across Lake Tanganyika to Kigoma, rail to Dodoma, then

Imperial service via London as well as another envelope from Elisabethville (3.3.33) to

Belgium franked with Fr. 3.50 sent via Broken Hill/Rhodesia by rail, then Imperial service

to London. Fine pair of an unusual acceptance showing two diff. routes. (Photo = 1 147) 6 150 (€ 125)

1932 (Jan.): First Official Airmail South Africa - England, "City of Basra" Crash at

Salisbury, illustrated first air mail cover from Cape Town (27. Jan.) to Athens (Feb. 13) as

well as another cover of "City of Dehli" Crash near Broken Hill/Northern Rhodesia from

"BULAWAYO S.RHODESIA 28 JAN 1932" to London. An attractive pair Nierinck 320129B

+320129C (Photo = 1 150) 6 160 (€ 135)

1932 (March 7): Kenya - UK, Kenya - South Africa, Cover from London franked with 70

c. tied by "MBEYA 7-MR1932" cds. as well as another envelope from "EMBOSI 2 JA 34"

sent by Wilsons feeder air service via Mbeya to Stellenbosh (Jan. 15), both bearing bilingual

air mail label of Tanganyika Territory Mair type TNG-A-1a. (Photo = 1 150) 6 200 (€ 165)

1933 (July): Kenya/Uganda - UK, Airmail cover from "KAMPALA 16 JY 33 UGANDA"

carried on Wilson Airways feeder service to Nairobi as well as another fine business

envelope franked with 20 c. block of four plus 5 c. tied by "MOMBASA 22 JY 33" cds. and

showing straight line "LOCAL AIR FEE PAID" handstamp applied in Mombasa.

(Photo = 1 150)

1933/36: New Zealand - South Africa, Envelope franked 1/2 tied "WELLINGTON 31.

MR. 33. 1-PM N.Z." and sent via Karachi - Cairo to Capetwon (May 6) as well as another

two covers franked at 1/8 air mail/surface letter rate from Johannesburg via Alexandria to

6 150 (€ 125)

New Zealand. A fine trio. (Photo = 1 150) 6 220 (€ 185)

1933/36: Zanzibar - UK/USA, Envelope (opened on three sides, tear at lower left) franked

with 62 c. cancelled "ZANZIBAR 8 SE 33" to Bristol as well as another cover to Michigan/

U.S.A. franked by correct air mail letter rate of 1/20 tied by "ZANZIBAR 18 JU 36", both

sent by Wilson Airways coastal feeder service from Dar es Salaam to Nairobi, then by

Imperial service to London. Despite some defectives, an attractive pair Mair type ZNZ-A-1.

(Photo = 1 150) 6 140 (€ 115)

Start price

approx. €


177 Corinphila Auction · 26 February - 1 March 2013 Collection Imperial Airways 1924 - 1940: SINGLE LOTS

149

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in CHF

1934 (Oct. 9): South Africa - UK, Printed business-envelope 'Sive Bros & Karnovsky, Ltd.'

(roughly opened on top) to New York, attractively cancelled by Company meter mark of 1/and

tied by "JOHANNESBURG 9.X.34 95" cds., showing additional handstamp "Insufficiently

paid for Air Mail, beyond LONDON" applied in Johannesburg and the large red double bars

cancelling airmail in London, further another cover to Belgium dated "Johannesburg 7.VI.35",

backstamped with Broken Hill cds. (June 8) Mair type RSA-A-4b (Photo = 1 150) 6 180 (€ 150)

1934 (July 1): Kenya - USA, Envelope (roughly opened at top) franked with 75 cents tied

by "NAIROBI 3.15 PM 1 JU 34 KENYA" and showing two line handstamp "PAR AVON

JUSQU'A LONDON" where the large red double bars had been applied (cancelling the air

service) and forwarded by regular sea mail to New York McQueen type Kenya 6, Mair type KUG-A-3.

(Photo = 1 150)

1934 (Dec. 6): Kenya - New Zealand, Envelope to Christchurch franked with 1 s. 90 c.

cancelled "NAIROBI 5 PM 6 DE 34 KENYA" showing on front "Jusqu'à" handstamp "BY

AIR IN AUSTRALIA/PAR AVION EN AUSTRALIE" applied at Darwin and limiting the

air service within Australia, sent via Egypt and Singapore to "SIDNEY 21 DEC.34" (meter

cancellation on reverse) and then to New Zealand by regular mail steamer. An attractive

6 120 (€ 100)

overseas cover. (Photo = 1 150) 6 250 (€ 210)

1935 (March 7): Tanganyika Territory -Scotland, Envelope franked with 85 c. tied by

"DARESSALAM 10 AM 7 MR 1935" cds. showing boxed "FEEDER SERVICE" cachet

applied for Wilsons air mail feeder service to Nairobi, then Imperial service to London, rare

Mair type KUG-A-3 (Photo = 1 150) 6 150 (€ 125)

1935/36: Uganda - Europe, Group of three envelopes to different European Countries,

including 1/-franking on cover from "MBEYA 9 AU 1935" to Czechoslovakia showing

boxed "By Air to Brindisi" and similar handstamp "By Air to London" on cover from

"TANGA 3 OC 1935", both handstamps applied in Nairobi, further 75 c. foreign air mail

letter rate on envelope from "IRINGA 24 AU 1936" sent via London to Berlin McQueen type

Kenya 5+11. (Photo = 1 150) 6 220 (€ 185)

1935/36: Sudan - UK, Group of three covers, incl. 2½ pi on 5 m. single franking tied by

"SUDAN AIR MAIL KARTHOUM 29.V.35" on cover to Isle of Wight, registered envelope

(Aug. 20) franked with 3 pi air mail + 15 m. registration fee, showing unusual "East Anglian.

T.P.O. Down 25 AU 35" cancellation on reverse as well as another envelope franked with

2 pi 30 m. cancelled "GEBEIT 25.V.36" to Royal Air Force in Heliopolis with arrival mark

(May 28) on reverse, fine. (Photo = 1 150) 6 300 (€ 250)

1933/36: Germany/Austria - Group of four covers and one card, including envelope

franked with 65 Pfg. cancelled "MAGDEBURG 21.3.33" sent by Lufthansa to London and

by Imperial service to Nairobi, backstamped with " TANGA 30 MR 33" cds. (Tanganyika

Territory), airmail cover from Vienna franked with 1sh. 50 gr. (6.X.36) sent by Air France to

Cairo transferred to Imperial service to Capetown as well as two envelopes (one registered)

and postcard from South Africa to Germany, latter insufficiently paid with 3d. showing

additional bilingual cachet and sent therefore by surface. (Photo = 1 150) 6 300 (€ 250)

1936 (Feb. 8.): UK - Nigeria via Sudan, envelope franked with 6 d. tied "BOURNEMOUTH

1.15 PM 8 FE 36 SUSSEX" sent by Imperial service AS 214 departe Croydon 13 Feb.

arriving Khartoum 18 Feb., transferred to Elders Colonial Airways feeder service and

backstamped "LAGOS NIGERIA 19 FE" on reverse. Unusual routing across Africa within

11 days! (Photo = 1 150) 6 150 (€ 125)

1931/36: Attractive group of six covers from and to England, including first flight to

Mwanza (Feb.28 1931) then by rail to Pretoria, envelope to Kenya redirected to Rhodesia

and backstamped at Kisumu, Nakuru and Beira/Mocambique (July 31), cover sent via

Broken Hill and Régie Malgache Airways to Tananarive-Madagascar (15.II.35), envelope

to Dar es Salaam (19.VII.34) as well as two covers from Nairobi/Kenya, one to London

(1932) other to Piacenza/Italy backstamped "BRINDISI 10.2.33". A fine lot. (Photo = 1 151) 6 300 (€ 250)

Imperial Airways: Further Expansion to Australia and Oceania

1933 (Nov.): Official sixteen page G.P.O. London Booklet outlining all Air Mail Routes,

Rates and Services including Maps of Imperial Airways Services as England - India and

England - South Africa, fine and scarce document. (Photo = 1 150) 6 200 (€ 165)

1933 (Dec. 22): Burma - UK, Cover to London franked with 8½ a.tied by "KALAW 22

DE 33 11-AM" cds., showing boxed handstamp "TOO LATE FOR AIR MAIL 25. DEC.33

RANGOON". McQueen unlisted (Photo = 1 151) 6 80 (€ 65)

1934 (Jan. 8): India - Belgium Congo via Cairo and Rhodesia, 1a. 3p. stationery envelope

uprated on front and back to the correct postage of total 16 a. tied by "LUCKNOW 8 JAN

34" cds., dispatched at Cawnpore to Cairo (Jan. 14), sent via Broken Hill/Rhodesia and

transshipped to Sabena service to Aba (Jan. 18) and Stanleyville (Jan. 26), showing boxed

handstamp "PAR AVION JUSQU'A Aba" on front. (Photo = 1 151) 6 200 (€ 165)

Start price

approx. €


150 Collection Imperial Airways 1924 - 1940: SINGLE LOTS

177 Corinphila Auction · 26 February - 1 March 2013

ex 850 / CHF 160

ex 854 / CHF 140

ex 853 / CHF 220 ex 855 / CHF 180

856 / CHF 120

ex 859 / CHF 220

ex 861 / CHF 300

ex 851 / CHF 200

857 / CHF 250

860 / CHF 300

862 / CHF 150

ex 852 / CHF 150

858 / CHF 150

864 / CHF 200


177 Corinphila Auction · 26 February - 1 March 2013 Collection Imperial Airways 1924 - 1940: SINGLE LOTS

151

ex 863 / CHF 300

867 / CHF 150

870 / CHF 180

872 / CHF 160

865 / CHF 80

868 / CHF 200

871 / CHF 220

ex 874 / CHF 260

ex 877 / CHF 200

866 / CHF 200

869 / CHF 150

873 / CHF 200

ex 876 / CHF 200

878 / CHF 180


152 Collection Imperial Airways 1924 - 1940: SINGLE LOTS

177 Corinphila Auction · 26 February - 1 March 2013

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in CHF

1934 (Feb./March): India - USA via UK, Envelope from Calcutta G.P.O. to England

showing boxed "CALCUTTA-LONDON" and single line "AIR MAIL", both unlisted in

McQueen as well as another envelope from Alleppey (March 4) to San Francisco with

manuscript route instruction "India-Paris-New York", backstamped in Paris (14.III.) applied

to front. (Photo = 1 151) 6 150 (€ 125)

1934 (May 15): Sarawak/Perak - USA, Envelope franked at the correct double rate of 66

cents (45 first ½ oz. +21 c. additional ½ oz.) tied by "KUCHING 15 MAY 1934" cds. as well

as another envelope from "SITIWAN 7 DE 34" Perak/Malaya, both sent from Singapore by

Imperial service showing London "Jusqu'a" - bar cancellations, thence sea mail to USA. A

nice pair. (Photo = 1 151) 6 200 (€ 165)

1934 (June 8): Australia - France, Envelope franked 1/1 cancelled "LATE FEE 1P-8 JU 34

SPENCER ST. VIC", Melbourne (1d. late fee), endorsed routing instructions on front and

sent by see mail Perth to Singapore, then Imperial service to Paris, backstamped July 2 on

reverse. (Photo = 1 151) 6 150 (€ 125)

1934 (June 16): India - Czechoslovakia, Illustrated envelope franked on reverse with 9½

a., tied by "BOMBAY FOREIGN 18 JU 34" backstamped Athens (June 23), underpaid by

1½ a. and collected upon delivery with 3 x 1 Kr. postage dues in a vert. strip of three on front

cancelled by "Jablonec nad Nisou/Gablonz a.d. Meisse" cds. (Photo = 1 151) 6 180 (€ 150)

1934 (July 12) India - UK, Envelope from "QUETTA 12 JUL 34" (cds on reverse) showing

straight line cachet "EARTH QUAKE POSTAGE FREE" handstamp, endorsed "AIR MAIL

KARACHI - CROYDON" in manuscript and triangular postal examiners handstamp "i.S"

on front to England. After the major earthquacke in Quetta the Indian Postal Authorities

made an allowance for the general public affected by the disaster to post letters free of

charges for a short period of time. (Photo = 1 151) 6 220 (€ 185)

1934 (Nov.): Special Notice published by the G.P.O. London regarding the direct air mail

service to Australia and New Zealand commencing December 10 1934, fine. (Photo = 1 151) 6 160 (€ 135)

1934 (Nov,) Route Extension from Singapore to Brisbane - Illustrated envelope 'Waitom

caves" franked with 1/6 tied by "WAITOMO CAVES N.Z. 28.NO 34" cds., endorsed "Great

Britain by New Zealand, Australia-Singapore London Air Mail", sent by Imperial service

IW 298 to Brisbane (December 10) arriving Croydon 25., to St. Asaph/N.Wales. First flight

from Brisbane Eustis 470. (Photo = 1 151) 6 200 (€ 165)

1934/35: Lot three commercial covers to England, all mailed by regular steamer and rail to

Brisbane, including one from Lower Hutt (Nov 29 1934), another from Christchurch (May

1 1935) as well as one from Auckland (Feb.21 1935) from the second west bound flight via

Malta due the rebellion in Greece. (Photo = 1 151) 6 260 (€ 215)

1934 (Dec. 8): UK - Singapore - Brisbane, Lot two covers from London carried on the first

route extension service from Singapore to Brisbane, including double rated business size

envelope franked 2/6 to Adelaide, other bearing 1/3 (unified ai mail letter rate per ½ oz.)

addressed to Rabaul/New Guinea Mueller 266. (Photo = 1 www) 6 120 (€ 100)

1934/35: India - Austria via Greece, Two covers franked with 9½ a. foreign air mail lette

rate from Bombay, backstamped in Athens and transferred to Lufthansa to Vienna, incl.

one franked with Silver Jubilee ½ a.+ 1a. + 8a. showing unlisted "Jusqu'à" cachet "BY

AIR MAIL" private handstamp. (Photo = 1 151) 6 200 (€ 165)

1935 (Jan. - March): Iraq - Group of three commercial covers from Baghdad to diff. destinations

as 15 fils single franking covering the airmail and surface rate to Komotau/Czechoslovakia,

Air Mail label crossed out by red pencil in Athens (Jan. 16) and onward transmission by

surface, another envelope to Canada franked with 35 fils with "Jusqu'à" cancellation applied

in Marseilles (Feb. 2) as well as 23 fils air mail letter to England showing "AIR MAIL BY

IMPERIAL AIRWAYS" cachet in blue McQueen unlisted. (Photo = 1 151) 6 200 (€ 165)

1935 (March 7): Greece - Australia, Envelope franked with 33 dr. tied by "ATHNAI 7.III.35

12M AEPONOPIKOE" cds. and endorsed boxed "PAR AVION" handstamp, sent due to a

rebellion in Greece from Malta (March 13) on the second eastbound flight to Brisbane (March

22) arriving Melbourne (March 29). A rare acceptance McQueen unlisted. (Photo = 1 151) 6 180 (€ 150)

1935 (March 4): First Eastbound Flight via Malta - Envelope to India franked with

6 d. per ½ oz. tied by "LONDON F.S. 8.15PM 1935 AIR MAIL" cds. departing Croydon

March 5 and flown due to a rebellion in Greece via Malta, Alexandria (aircraft damaged

and transferred to another Imperial aircraft), Karachi to Calcutta, backstamped on arrival

"QUETTA 13 MAR 35". A rare cover. (Photo = 1 154) 6 120 (€ 100)

1935 (Mai 30): Australia - Hong Kong, Envelope franked 9d. tie by "CAIRNS 30 MAY

35 12-PM QUEENSLAND - AIR MAILSAVES TIME" machine cancel with "Jusqu'à"

handstamp applied in Singapore and carried onwards by regular mail steamer, backstamped

"HONG - KONG 16 JU 35" on reverse. Imperial feeder service to Hong Kong did not start

operating until March 1936. (Photo = 1 154) 6 300 (€ 250)

Start price

approx. €


177 Corinphila Auction · 26 February - 1 March 2013 Collection Imperial Airways 1924 - 1940: SINGLE LOTS

153

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in CHF

1935 (Feb. - July): UK - Palestine/Syria - Czechoslovakia, Group of three covers

including one from England to Jerusalem (May 11) and other to Beyrouth (Feb. 16) as well

as envelope from Beyrouth to Czechoslovakia franked with 13.50 pi., backstamped at Cairo

(July 30), Athens (Aug. 3) and Prague (9.VIII) on reverse. (Photo = 1 154) 6 140 (€ 115)

1935 (Feb./Aug.): Australia - UK/Egypt, envelope correctly franked at 1/6 Empire air mail

letter rate from Melbourne (Feb.26) to London, backstamped "ICI London Office March

15 1935", as well as another cover franked 1/6 + 1d. late fee, cancelled by "SHIP MAIL

ROOM 20 AU 35 MELBOURNE" cds.sent via Alexandria (Aug. 30) to Port Said/Egypt

backstamped on reverse (Aug. 31). (Photo = 1 154) 6 250 (€ 210)

1935 (Sep. 7): New Caledona - France, Registered envelope franked with French Nouvelle

Caledonie 85 fr. cancelled "NOUMEA 5 SEP 7 35" cds., sent via Sydney to Brisbane, then

Imperial service to Paris, backstamped at Perpignan (Sept. 24). A very rare acceptance Mair

type NCL-A-1b (Photo = 1 154) 6 350 (€ 290)

1935 (Oct. 7): Straits Settlement - USA via UK, Envelope to New York franked on front

and reverse with 47c. tied by "PENANG 6.00 AM 7 OC 1935" cds. and showing red

"Jusqu'à" bars cancellation applied in London. (Photo = 1 154) 6 150 (€ 125)

Imperial Airways,

'City of Khartoum'

Start price

approx. €

ex 885

1935 (Dec. 31): 'City of Khartoum' G-AASJ Crash at Alexandria, Egypt, two recovered

envelopes from England, incl. O.H.M.S. envelope from "EDINGURGH 23 DEC 1935"

addressed to Australia showing six line handstruck Nierinck type b. applied at Brisbane as

well as another cover to Persia showing on reverse manuscript annotation: "salvaged from

Imperial Airways flying boat 'City od Khartoum', wrecked 1½ miles from Alexandria ...."

plus typed label Nierinck type f. Both with stamps washed off due to water damage. A fine

page Nierinck 351231b+d. 6 500 (€ 415)

1936 (Jan. 18): New Guinea - Germany, cover franked with 1/9 lightly cancelled by

"RABAUL NEW GUINEA 18 JA 362 cds. showing endorsed manuscript route instruction

"AUST-ITALY", sent by Burns Philip regular mail steamer to Brisbane, then Imperial service

to Brindisi with large black 'X' cancellation and surface carriage to Hiltrup/Westfalen. A rare

cover. (Photo = 1 154) 6 250 (€ 210)

1935/36: New Zealand - UK/Denmark, cover franked with 1/6 tied by "INVERCARGILL

5 OC 35 N.Z" cds. to London with endorsed "Australie-London" handstamp in red (first

recorded, sic!) as well as fine cover franked with 2/4 from "CAMBRIDGE 7 JA N.Z." sent

"Via Australia-Greece" to Denmark, backstamped "KOPENHAGEN 29.1.36" on reverse.

A rare destination. (Photo = 1 154) 6 250 (€ 210)

1935/36: Ireland - Iran/New Zealand, Cover from "BAILE ATHA CLIATH 4 SEP 1935"

franked by 2/5 backstamped "SYDNEY 20 SE 35" carried to Auckland by regular steamer

and cancelled on arrival "WANGANUI 26 SP N.Z." as well as another envelope from

"NEWTON GURSINGHAM 3 SE 36" to Abadan/Iran and backstamped on arrival (10.

IX.36) Mair type IRL-A-5a. (Photo = 1 154) 6 200 (€ 165)


154 Collection Imperial Airways 1924 - 1940: SINGLE LOTS

177 Corinphila Auction · 26 February - 1 March 2013

879 / CHF 120

ex 882 / CHF 250

886 / CHF 250

890 / CHF 200

891 / CHF 200

880 / CHF 300

883 / CHF 350

ex 887 / CHF 250

893 / CHF 250

ex 881 / CHF 140

884 / CHF 150

ex 888 / CHF 200

892 / CHF 300

ex 895 / CHF 400 894 / CHF 200


177 Corinphila Auction · 26 February - 1 March 2013 Collection Imperial Airways 1924 - 1940: SINGLE LOTS

155

822 / CHF 500

912 / CHF 500

938A / CHF 750

917 / CHF 800

920 / CHF 1'000

940 / CHF 500

918 / CHF 500

972 / CHF 600


156 Collection Imperial Airways 1924 - 1940: SINGLE LOTS

177 Corinphila Auction · 26 February - 1 March 2013

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'Boadicea'

Start price

in CHF

Start price

approx. €

1936 (Sept. 25): 'Boadicea' G-ACOX Crash in English Channel, recovered envelope

addressed to Australia franked at the correct postage of 1/6 by three printings of 6d. meter

marks "London E.C.3 23 IX.36", originally attached printed slip from Mount Pleasant P.O.

in London missing (as usual) rust marks left Nierinck 360925d 6 500 (€ 415)

1936 (March 9): Iraq - New Zealand, Air mail envelope franked with 71 fils tied by

"BASRAH SOR. 9 MAR 36" cds., underpaid and taxed on arrival with 4d., backstamped

"SYDNEY 22 MAR 1936" meter cancel to Wellington. (Photo = 1 154) 6 200 (€ 165)

1936 (March 21): Greece - Australia, Envelope franked with 38 dr. tied by "ATHNAI

21.III. 36-24" cds., backstamped "MELBOURNE 3 AP 36" Mair type GRC-A-3a. (Photo = 1 154) 6 200 (€ 165)

1936 (May 12): Netherland East Indies - New Zealand, Small envelope franked with 42½

cents tied by "BANARDEKAN 12.5.36" cds. underfranked and taxed on arrival with 6d.

(postage dues on reverse) to Auckland, backstamped Sydney (May 19) and Wellesley Street

(May 26). (Photo = 1 154) 6 300 (€ 250)

1936 (June 19): New Zealand - Scotland, cover franked with 1/6 single rate to UK tied by

"NAPIER 19.JE.36 N.Z." cds., showing boxed "VIA SYDNEY-SINGAPORE-ENGLAND"

handstamp in violet. A rare cachet, only 18 recorded by Mc Queen. (Photo = 1 154) 6 250 (€ 210)

1936 (July 31): Bulgaria - Australia, Envelope franked with 56 dr. tied by "SOFIA 31

JY 36" cds. and sent by Lufthansa to "Athens 3 Aug.", transferred to Imperial service and

backstamped on arrival (Aug. 15). A rare acceptance Mair type BUL-A-2. (Photo = 1 154) 6 200 (€ 165)

1936 (Aug. 22): 'Scipio' G-ABFB Crash at Mirabella Bay, Crete, two recovered

envelopes, one with stamps washed off from "SYDNEY 11. AUG 1936" to "ZÜRICH 1

27.VIII. 36" showing "AVION ACCIDENTE" handstamp applied on arrival, other from

"AMBARA R.M.S. 17 AUG 36" (India) to Strassbourg/France, incorrectly franked with

7½ a. instead of 9a., taxed 'T' and 29 cts. in manuscript showing large handstamp "Accident

d'Avion" inviolet Nierinck 360822J+L. (Photo = 1 154) 6 400 (€ 330)

1936 (Aug. 22): Singapore - Denmark, Airmail envelope to Denmark, franked with

42 cents for "all the way" air mail to foreign countries, tied by "SINGAPORE 22 AU 1936"

cds. showing unlisted 'Jusqu'à' - handstamp "IMPERIAL SINGAPORE CROYDON" and

transit cancellation "PARIS R.P. AVION 2.IX. 1936" on reverse, sent onwards by Air France

and Lufthansa to Copenhagen. A rare destination McQueen unlisted. (Photo = 1 157) 6 200 (€ 165)

1936 (Sep. 29): Armstrong Withworth AW XV Aircraft 'Athena' G-ABTK Fire at

Dehli, India, two recovered envelopes, one badly charred envelope bearing UK 6d. and to

manuscript annotations "AIR INDIA" plus "28 September 1936 Air mail fire at Dehli" other

franked with UK 1/3 postage to Australia from "LONDON 21 SP 36" with endorsed two

line cachet "Salvaged from Air Iiner ATHENA" and backstamped on arrival "LINFIELD 9

OC 36" on reverse. Note "Liner" is spelled "Iiner" Nierinck 360929a+c. (Photo = 1 157) 6 300 (€ 250)

1934/36: United Kingdom - China via Hong Kong Cover sent from "KENSINGTON 13

DEC 34" to Wenchow and backstamped on arrival, 1/6 franking for air 'all the way' on cover

from "WILTON 14 MAR 35" via "CANTON 25.3.35" redirected at Shanghai for delivery

in "HANKOW 30.3.35" as well as 6 d. unified air mail letter rate on cover from London

(March 13. 36) via Feeder service to Hong Kong (March 24). Fine. (Photo = 1 157) 6 220 (€ 185)

889


177 Corinphila Auction · 26 February - 1 March 2013 Collection Imperial Airways 1924 - 1940: SINGLE LOTS

157

896 / CHF 200

ex 898 / CHF 220

902 / CHF 300

916 / CHF 300

ex 897 / CHF 300

ex 904 / CHF 300

911 / CHF 300

921 / CHF 150

901 / CHF 350

900 / CHF 300

910 / CHF 180

915 / CHF 200

922 / CHF 200


158 Collection Imperial Airways 1924 - 1940

177 Corinphila Auction · 26 February - 1 March 2013

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in CHF

1936 Hong Kong - Fine group of four coversused before and after opening the feeder service, incl. Air Mail

envelope (Feb. 8) sent by steamer via Singapore to England, cover from the First Feeder Service

Hong Kong (26th March 1936) - Penang - Paris (April 7) to Denmark, unclaimed and returned

cover to Colombo/Ceylon (Oct. 23) as well as light weight air mail envelope franked with 50 c.

by "Imperial direct airways service" to London (July 9). Mueller 10. (Photo = 1 www) 6 240 (€ 200)

1938 (Feb. 23): Belgium - New Guinea, envelope franked with Fr. 8.50 tied "CHARLEROI

23.2.36 A1A" backstamped "BRISBANE 10 MCH 1938" transferred to Burns Philip mail

steamer to Kaveing New Guinea. A very rare destination Mair type BEL-A-5. (Photo = 1 157) 6 300 (€ 250)

1939 (Aug. 11): Lockheed 'Electra' 14-WF62 Crash at Saint Saveur near Luxeuil/France,

recovered envelope (burnt at left) addressed to Switzerland franked with 5½ d. "London

W.1 10. AUG 1939" and applied bilingual printed label with postmark of "BASEL KREIS-

POST-DIREKTION 15.VIII.39", further contemporary newspaper coutout reporting the

crash Nierinck 390811 type f. (Photo = 1 157) 6 350 (€ 290)

1939 (Aug. 15): Lockheed 'Electra' 14-WF62 Aircraft G-AESY Crash near Vordingborg/

Sweden, recovered postcard (stamp floated off) addressed to Sweden, cancelled "WELWYN

14 AUG 1939" with Swedish printed label which was pinned to the card, dated "Malmö i

augusti 1939 ... Postdirektionen i Södra distriktet." Nierinck 390815 type b. (Photo = 1 157) 6 300 (€ 250)

1932/36: Australia - Interesting group of nine covers showing different rates and frankings,

including 1932 envelope sent via Karachi-London to Württemberg/Germany, 1935 envelope

from Wangarata Victoria to Tossby/Sweden, 1936 Late Fee franking of 1/10 to Copenhagen/

Denmark, double rated envelope of 4/1 to Switzerland (June 36) as well as large sized

airmail envelope franked 1/7 and cancelled "SHIP MAIL ROOM MELBOURNE 12

NO.35" to Java. A fine selection. (Photo = 1 www) 6 750 (€ 625)

1933/36: New Zealand - Europe, Group of six covers showing diff. frankings, legs and

destinations, incl. cover from "MIRAMAR 20 JA 33" via Karach to London, cover from

"WELLINGTON 23 AP 36" via Brisbane to Luton, cover from "CHRISTCHURCH 28

MY 36" via Athens to Vienna plus another cover also from "CHRISTCHURCH AU 10

36" sent via Paris to Brussels as well as envelope from "PUTURARU 28 SP 36" to Rome

backstamped on arrival (25.X.). (Photo = 1 157) 6 300 (€ 250)

1933 (Sept.) - 1936(Oct.): Group of nine covers, including commercial envelope from Jaffa

to Bratislava (1933), India to Austria (1934), Germany via Greece, Singapore to Shanghai,

further four envelopes from England with one to Malaysia and another to South Persia as

well as cover from the last flight of that period (Nov. 21.1934) before route extension to

Brisbane, from Singapore to Berlin/Germany. An interesting lot. (Photo = 1 163) 6 400 (€ 330)

1934/37: Selection of twelve commercial covers showing the unified Empire air mail letter

rate of 4d. per ½ oz. to European countries, including covers to Austria, Bulgaria, Hungary,

Sweden, Switzerland (2, one registered) and Madeira is well as two incorrectly franked air

mail postcards to Germany, as postcard rate was only 1½d. from 8. August 37 until Sept. 39.

An interesting lot. (Photo = 1 www) 6 400 (€ 330)

1929/36: Remainder of exhibition collection in an album with 50 envelopes showing

various legs, frankings and rates from diff. periods, many sent to interesting destinations,

including regular flights from United Kingdom to Egypt, Iraq, Persia, India, Burma,

Hong Kong, Sarawak, Australia and to New Zealand, further Mail from Ceylon (2, one to

Marseilles, other to Australia), cover sent from Singapore via London to USA, cover from

Kuala Lumpur/Malaysia (15 June 36) to Germany, registered cover from Baghdad (18 June

36) to Vienna showing "AIR MAIL By Imperial Airways" handstamp in violet (McQueen

unlisted), 1935 envelope from Bombay via Croydon to Frederikssund/Denmark as well

as uncommon routing from Lakeport/California/USA via London-Brisbane to Sydney,

backstamped on arrival (3 Apr. 36). A fine assembly of commercially used airmail covers.

(Photo = 1 www) 6 2'000 (€ 1'660)

The starting prices in our catalogues are in Swiss Francs (CHF); 1 CHF = approx. 0.84 EUR resp. 1 EUR = approx. 1.20 CHF -

100 CHF = approx. 84 EUR / 1’000 CHF = approx. 840 EUR (corresponding to the average exchange rate as per end of

(January 2013). Invoices will be issued in CHF only.

Start prices in Euro (EUR) indicated in the catalogues are only for information.

F o r y o u r w r i t t e n b i d s k i n d l y u s e A L WAY S S w i s s F r a n c s ( C H F ) !

Start price

approx. €


177 Corinphila Auction · 26 February - 1 March 2013 British Colonies: COLLECTION

159

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ex 908

The International Gold awarded one frame Exhibit of NEW ZEALAND PRISONER OF

WAR AIR LETTER CARDS 1941 - 1945 formed by Barry Scott FRPSL showing all the

recorded types of mint and/or used Air Letter Cards produced by the Government Printers

in Wellington, initially issued on Monday Nov. 17th 1941, showing all nine issues with

the recorded errors, varieties and wrappers known. The sixteen page exhibit starts each

issue with a mint example, 7th issue with a complete set of five mint cards plus wrapper,

continuing with earliest recorded usages including 1/6 d. stationery card used on Nov. 18th

(2nd day of issue) to Germany, first issue card with un-watermarked variety used to Italy,

uncommon usage and only recorded example to a civilian internee in Germany (1942),

censored items, scarce 'six pence' double and inverted overprint on 6th and 7th issue Aug.

'44 (one of only two known) as well as scarce 9th issue (on sale for a very short period,

just six weeks) with one of only five used copies recorded. A magnificent exhibit, viewing

highly recommended.

During World War II over 9'000 New Zealand solders were captured by German or Italian

Troops. For the Government it was a high priority "... to have reliable, direct and effective

air mail communication with the country's Prisoners of War". Special light-weight air-letter

forms, today known as aerogrammes, were the solution. These new POW air letter cards

quickly proved popular and the postage rate of 1/6d. on the first issue was reduced to 6d.

by the 6th issue (August 1944). Today examples of any kind of these cards, whether mint

or used are very scarce. Paper was a prime commodity in the camps and was recycled,

either used as cigarette or toilet paper. Added to this was the fact that many prisoners were

marched across Poland and Germany in front of the advancing Russian Army, carrying only

a minimum of personal belongings, thus very few of these letter cards made it back home

and survived.

Start price

in CHF

FIP Washington 2006 Gold; FISA Beijing 2009 Gold plus Special Prize. 6 50'000 (€ 41'500)

Start price

approx. €


160 British Colonies: SINGLE LOTS

177 Corinphila Auction · 26 February - 1 March 2013

909

910

911

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Antigua

Start price

in CHF

1937: Coronation set of three and 1946 Victory set of two, fresh mint and perforated

"Specimen", 1948 10 s. and £ 1 perf. "Specimen", 1949 RSW set of two mint, 1953 definitive

set of 15 mint, 1966 set of 16 mint, fresh and fine, unmounted og Gi = £ 300. (Photo = 1 www)

** 150 (€ 125)

Australia

British Colonies

See also lots 806-907 and 3095-3195

'UPU - The Severin Collection' in the 180 Corinphila catalogue

Gibbons 2012

New Southwales 1855 (Jan 22): Large part entire letter from Sydney to Altona, Holstein,

Denmark; endorsed "Overland Mail" and franked by cut square 1854 6 d. greenish grey tied

in black. Red circular "Australie / 2 Marseille 2" entry marking on front (March 31) and

manuscript "15" (schillinge) in red crayon alongside. Scarce cover to an unusual destination.

Signed Pothion. (Photo = 1 157) 90 6 180 (€ 150)

1860 (Aug 14): Cover from Eden to Wandsbeck, Holstein via Hamburg with Daidem perf.

2 d. blue and 6 d. grey (2) all cancelled by "94" numeral obliterators, via London with faint

cds and manuscript "8" pence share of rate; italic 'fr. Hbg.' without frame at lower left (Van Der

Linden fig. 1557). Reverse with Danish P.O. in Hamburg cds (Oct 4). Carried on the P&O 'Salsette'

to Galle, the 'Columbian' to Alexandria and thence on the 'Ripon'. Manuscript '4' skilling

due from recipient for Danish share. Some cover imperfections but a scarce destination.

Provenance: Collection Molnar; Corinphila sale 151 (Dec 2007), lot 4056. (Photo = 1 157)

1878 (Jan 21): Cover from Sydney endorsed "via Brindisi" to England, franked by 1860/72 8

d. yellow-orange, perf. 13, from base of sheet tied by Sydney duplex in black. Reverse with

6 300 (€ 250)

Slough arrival (March 10) datestamp in black. A fine and scarce cover. (Photo = 1 155) 167b 6 500 (€ 415)

Tasmania 1853: 2 d. orange, second state of the plate, a fine and fresh used example with

good margins all round, neatly cancelled by light "62" numeral of Hobart in black. A scarce

stamp. Signed Senf Gi = £ 425. (Photo = 1 163) 8 180 (€ 150)

Market Square, Geelong ca. 1855

Start price

approx. €

914

Victoria 1857 (April 27): Cover from Geelong to Emmelsbühl, near Tondern, North

Schleswig, Denmark franked for 1/4½ d. rate with 1854 1 s. blue and Throne 2 d. brown

lilac tied by Gewelong "2" numeral obliterator; underpaid 2½ d. but not noted and mailed

via Southampton with "London / Paid" transit cds (Aug 24) in red and manuscript "8" pence

credit to Britain. Reverse of cover with Danish P.O. of transit (Aug 26). On front italic

'franco' in black applied in Hamburg (Van Der Linden fig. 1425) with "3" (skilling) in manuscript

due from recipient for journey from Hamburg to Emmelsbühl. A remarkable and extremely

rare cover in excellent quality for a journey of this length and duration (121 days). Illustrated

in Palmer on page 20.

Provenance: Collection R. Perry (May 1998), lot 10973;

G. Kellow (Oct 1999), lot 853;

B. Palmer, Corinphila sale 165 (Dec 2010), lot 2367. 25 6 7'500 (€ 6'225)


177 Corinphila Auction · 26 February - 1 March 2013 British Colonies: SINGLE LOTS

161

915

916

917

918

919

Gibbons 2012

Start price

in CHF

1856 (Jan 17): Entire letter written from Omeo to Sylt in Schleswig, franked by 1854 6

d. orange-yellow neatly tied by Melbourne "1" numeral in black, with reverse showing

Melbourne datestamp (Jan 30), AUSTRALIAN PACKET-LIVERPOOL datestamp (April

26) and Danish P.O. in Hamburg cds (April 30). Partial payment was not allowed and thus

charged at full unpaid rate, with manuscript "60" skilling due from recipient (6 d. Omeo-

Britain + 4 d. share GB -Denmark for '10' in manuscript on front; converted to 8½ sgr. +

German sahre of 3½ sgr = 12 sgr. = 51 skilling + 9 skilling for Danish share = 60 sk.). A fine

and scarce entire. (Photo = 1 157) 32b 6 200 (€ 165)

1856 (May 8): Entire written from Melbourne to Copenhagen endorsed 'pr. Mermaid' at

double rate, franked by 1854 6 d. orange-yellow horizontal pair neatly tied by Melbourne

"1" numerals in black, with reverse showing Melbourne datestamp, AUSTRALIAN

PACKET-LIVERPOOL datestamp (June 9) and Danish P.O. in Hamburg cds (June 12).

Partial payment was not allowed and thus charged at full unpaid rate, with manuscript "119"

skilling due from recipient on reverse (manuscript British rate on front 1 s. 8 d. + German

share of 7 sgr. = 24 sgr. (marked in blue ink) = 102 skilling, plus Danish share 17 sk. = 119

skilling to pay. A fresh and fine cover. (Photo = 1 157) 32b 6 300 (€ 250)

1856 (Dec 5): Registered cover to Brünnsbuttel, Schleswig franked by 1854 6 d. orange

and Registration 1 s. rose-pink & blue tied by "5" numeral in black, with oval "Registered

/ GPO" datestamp below applied in London (March 16, 1857) and "Crown / Registered" in

red. Framed "Recomandirt" above and reverse with Aachen transit in red and Danish P.O. in

Hamburg cds (March 18). Plentiful manuscript rates with total amount due "65" skilling. A

rare and most appealing cover. Signed Holcombe.

Note: The rates are 6 d. Victoria to Britain, 6 d. registration, 6 d. credited forward.

Additionally the 1/7½ registered rate from Britain to Denmark should have been paid, less

the 6 d. forward credit = 1/1½d., but noted on cover (over GPO datestamp) at 1/1 d. = 11¼

sgr., rounded up to 11½ sgr. + German share of 3½ sgr = 14 sgr. (noted in blue ink) = 61

skilling + Danish share 4 sk. = 65 skilling due. (Photo = 1 155) 32a+ 34 6 800 (€ 665)

1858: Registered cover intelligently opened for display, franked over edges of cover probably

for protection against theft of contents, mailed to Canton tessin, Switzerland endorsed "via

England", franked by 1854 1 s. blue in a fine horizontal pair and a defective strip of three,

1857/58 rouletted 4 d. red in a horizontal pair all tied by "6" numeral obliterators in black.

Reverse with Melbourne (Sept 28) transit and oval London "Registered / GPO" datestamp

(Dec 20) and two broken red wax seals applied in transit through France. Variety of manuscript

rates and Locarno arrival cds (Christmas Day) on flap at top. Despite faults, a dramatic cover

with a 5 shillings and 8 d. prepaid rate. Unrecorded by Palmer. (Photo = 1 155) 6 500 (€ 415)

Start price

approx. €

919

1859 (Oct 17): Cover from Melbourne to Copenhagen endorsed 'per Emeu through France'

franked by 1858 rouletted 6 d. blue (2) tied by "1" numeral obliterator in black. "Australie

V. Suez / Amb. C." transit in Marseille in red (Dec 6) thence via Thurn & Taxis and Damish

P.O. in Hamburg (Dec 9). Treated as unpaid on arrival (10½ d. underpaid on despatch) and

charged on reverse in manuscript "29¾" (silvergroschen) and on front in red crayon "145"

skilling due + "40" sk. for Hamburg to Copenhagen. A remarkable and fine cover of great

visual appeal. Illustrated in Palmer on page 20.

Provenance: Köhler, sale 267 (Feb 1990), lot 3122; Trevor Davis (May 2003), lot 52862;

Palmer, Corinphila sale 165 (Dec 2010), lot 2368. 73 6 3'000 (€ 2'490)


162 British Colonies: SINGLE LOTS

177 Corinphila Auction · 26 February - 1 March 2013

920

921

922<

923

924

925

926

927

928

929

930

932

933

934

Start price

in CHF

1859 (Aug 16): Cover endorsed "Overland Mail" to Brünnsbuttel, Schleswig-Holstein via

Marseilles and Hamburg, franked by 1859 perf. Emblems 4 d. rose-red (single and vertical pair)

tied by Melbourne "1" obliterator. Circular "Australie V. Suez / Amb. A." in red on front (Oct 6) and

reverse with Danish P.O. in Hamburg cds (Oct 9) alongside manuscript "11¼" (silvergroschen).

The cover was prepaid 1 shilling of the 1/10½ d. due for the double rate but partial payment was not

allowed. Therefore charged "15" (schillinge) in manuscript equivalent to 48 skilling and a further 4

sk. due for Danish share on arrival. A delightful and very rare cover. Cert. Perry (2006).

Provenance: Collection J.R.W.Purves, sale III (1981), lot 736; R. Perry; B. Palmer, Corinphila sale

165 (Dec 2010), lot 2396. (Photo = 1 155) 85 6 1'000 (€ 830)

1863/74: Laureated 10 c. dull purple on pink paper, a fine used example of January 1869 cover to

Prato, Switzerland endorsed "via France" at top, reverse with Greswick cds (Jan 4), Melbourne cds

(Jan 5), Basel (Feb 20), Locarno (Feb 22) and Bignasco thimble arrival cds. (Photo = 1 157) 123 6 150 (€ 125)

New Guinea 1939 (May 19): Airmail cover to Bolzano, Italy franked by August 1931 9 d.

violet and March 1939 Airmail 1 s. pale blue-green tied by bold "WAU-NEW GUINEA"

datestamp in black. Reverse with Salamaua and Townsville transit (May 20) and Bolzano

arrival cds (May 29). Signed Vaccari. (Photo = 1 157) 157+ 221 6 200 (€ 165)

Barbados

1935: Silver Jubilee, complete set of four values fresh mint perforated "Specimen" and Leeward Islands

1935 set of four perforated "Specimen", both superb large part og sets Gi = £ 260. (Photo = 1 163)

1937: Coronation set of three fresh mint perforated "Specimen", 1946 Victory set of two perforated

"Specimen", 1953 pictorial set of 13 mint etc. Fresh and fine, unmounted og Gi = £ 240. (Photo = 1 www)

Basutoland

1947: Royal Visit set of four mint, perforated "Specimen",1948 RSW set of two mint,

1954 set of 11 mint, 1961 optd. set of 11 mint, New Currency 1961 set of 11 mint etc., all

unmounted og. Gi = £ 400+.

(Photo = 1 www)

Bermuda

Start price

approx. €

241s/244s+

88s/91s

245s/247s

* 100 (€ 85)

u.o. ** 100 (€ 85)

32s/35s+

38/82 ** 180 (€ 150)

1938/53: George VI Keyplate 2 s., 2 s. 6 d., 5 s., 10 s., 12 s. 6 d. and £ 1 values, fresh mint examples

all perforated "Specimen", of excellent colour and large part or unmounted og. (Photo = 1 163)

1938: Superb mint set of 16 values complete to £ 1 purple and black on red, fresh mint, all

1938 values (12) perforated with hooded 'Specimen' and 2 d., 2½ d., 3 d. and 7½ d. unmounted

116/121s */** 500 (€ 415)

mint. Extremely rare and fine, full unmounted og. Gi = £ 1'800 for specimen set. (Photo = 1 163) 110s-121s ** 750 (€ 625)

1937: Coronation set of three, 1946 Victory set of two, all fresh and very fine mint, all 107s/109s+

perforated "Specimen". Scarce, unmounted og Gi = £ 365.

(Photo = 1 163) 123s/124s ** 160 (€ 135)

British Guiana

1852: 1 c. black on magenta, surface coloured paper, unused without gum, a rare stamp.

Cert. BPA (2013) SG = £ 9'500. (Photo = 1 163) 9 1'500 (€ 1'245)

1850/52: 'Cotton-reel' 12 c. black on blue wove paper, cut round and cancelled "Demerara JU 1

1851", probably heavily washed which has affected the colour and the surface (no BPA opinion can

be given so far) and 1 c. black on deep blue surface-coloured paper, black surface marks, surface

damage has been extensively painted and therefore it is not possible to certify the item as unused.

Cert. BPA for the latter (2013), although the faults marked two very rare stamps seldom offered,

sold here as "tel quel" and no claims accepted after the 'knock down' SG = £ 15'500. (Photo = 1 163)

1864 (Feb 23): Cover from Demerara to Ponce, Puerto Rico via St. Thomas, franked by 1862/65 2

c. orange, small inclusion at right, and 8 c. pink tied by "AO3" obliterators in black and by framed

S. TOMAS handstamp of transit. Reverse with Demerara cds, British P.O. St. Thomas cds (Feb

28) and Puerto Rico arrival cds; front with manuscript "4" (pence = Inter-Island rate) and "2½" due

5+ 10 1'200 (€ 995)

marking applied on receipt. A rare usage and a most appealing cover. (Photo = 1 168) 43+ 54 6 300 (€ 250)

Brunei

Gibbons 2012

1907: Brunei River set of eleven values fresh mint, all overprinted "Specimen" in black, one

or two with minor faults but of good colour and large part og Gi = £ 275. (Photo = 1 163) 23s/33s * 120 (€ 100)

1947: Brunei River, the set of 14 values complete mint, all perforated "Specimen", fresh and

very fine, unmounted og Gi = £ 300. (Photo = 1 163) 79s/92s ** 150 (€ 125)


177 Corinphila Auction · 26 February - 1 March 2013 British Colonies: SINGLE LOTS

163

939 / CHF 400

ex 943 / CHF 220

948 / CHF 300

ex 830 / CHF 300 847 / CHF 250

905 / CHF 400

947 / CHF 300

944 / CHF 160

913 / CHF 180

ex 926 / CHF 500

951 / CHF 500

942 / CHF 300

945 / CHF 160

ex 923 / CHF 100

ex 927 / CHF 750

ex 933 / CHF 120

929 / CHF 1'500 930 / CHF 1'200

946 / CHF 220

ex 928 / CHF 160

ex 934 / CHF 150


164 British Colonies: SINGLE LOTS

177 Corinphila Auction · 26 February - 1 March 2013

935

936

937

938

938A

Burma

Start price

in CHF

Start price

approx. €

1860 (Feb 16): Entire printed Prices Current from Rangoon to Copenhagen via Marseilles,

franked by India 1856 1 a. brown tied by bold strike of "B/156" obliterator of Rangoon.

Framed RANGOON / SHIP LETTER in red on reverse and Calcutta cds in red (Feb 25).

Struck with both "India Paid" in red and "India Unpaid" in black, with Marseilles cds,

Thurn & Taxis and Danish P.O. datestamps (April 6) and Copenhagen arrival cds. Charged

11 skilling due on receipt in red crayon with manuscript '2' on reverse for Danish share.

Slight hole on face poanel but a rare and remarkable entire. 39 6 2'000 (€ 1'660)

Japanese Occupation 1942 (Aug 6): Cover franked on reverse with pair June 1942

1 a. scarlet pair neatly tied by "Experimental P.O. / R-539" datestamps with arrival cds of

"Kamayut / Rangoon alongside (Aug 7)". Usual opening tear but a scarce and attractive

usage. (Photo = 1 168) J46 6 160 (€ 135)

Japanese Occupation 1942 (Oct 26): Cover from Toungoo to Rangoon franked on reverse

with provisional 5 c. on 1 a. scarlet tied by "Experimental P.O. / R595" cds in black with

Rangoon arrival alongside (Oct 28). Usual opening faults but a rare commercial usage

within 10 days of issue. (Photo = 1 168) J57 6 160 (€ 135)

Japanese Occupation 1943 (June): Cover to Henzada franked by Feb 1943 5 c. scarlet tied

by bilingual "Rangoon" cds in black with arrival (June 27) on reverse. Usual small envelope

faults but scarce on letter. (Photo = 1 168) J72 6 160 (€ 135)

Bushire

935

Gibbons 2012

1915 (Oct 11): 2 ch. on 5 ch. pink on buff illustrated postal stationery card (H&G 26), mailed

from the Postal Censor in Bushire, W. E. James to Taroona, TASMANIA and up-rated with

August 1915 Bushire overprinted 3 ch. green & grey tied by "Bouchir (Depart)" cds in black.

Blue circular "CL.2 PASSED BY CENSOR" and with Bombay Censor of transit at left in

violet. A delightful and rare card to a most unusual destination. (Photo = 1 155) 3 6 750 (€ 625)


177 Corinphila Auction · 26 February - 1 March 2013 British Colonies: SINGLE LOTS

165

939

940

941

942

943

944

945

946

Canada

Start price

in CHF

Colony of Canada 1858/59: Prince Albert 6 d. slate-violet, perf 11¾, on medium wove

machine made paper, a superb appearing used example with a couple of perfs. added,

neatly cancelled in red. Despite the faults a marvellous example of this rare stamp. Cert.

RPS (2013) Scott 13a = $ 7'250/Gi = £ 3'250. (Photo = 1 163) 27a 400 (€ 330)

Nova Scotia 1851: 3 d. dark blue, wide to large margins showing part of neighboring stamp,

tied by oval grill cancel to small cover from Halifax (Jan 16, 1856), sent to Prince Edward

Island with arrival cds on reverse (Jul 3). A fine item.

Provenance: Collections Koh and Hackmey. (Photo = 1 155) 2 6 500 (€ 415)

Dominion of Canada 1870/88: 1 c. bright yellow, the unique horizontally bisected example

used on June 1894 printed time table from New Glasgow (and thus not on the 'Railway

News'), tied by segmented cork cancellation in black. Fine and most unusual. Certificate

RPS "genuine as far as one can say". Gi = £ 4'500. 75b 6 2'500 (€ 2'075)

Ceylon

1925: Keyplate 1000 r. purple on red, a superb and fresh mint example overprinted

"Specimen" in black, large part og. A very rare stamp Gi = £ 1'000. (Photo = 1 163) 323s * 300 (€ 250)

1921/32: Definitve set of 21 values to 50 r. mint, all overprinted "Specimen" in black or red,

the 50 r. slightly rubbed otherwise fresh and very fine, large part og Gi = £ 780. (Photo = 1 163)

1924: 100 r. grey, a fresh mint example overprinted "Specimen" in red, of fine colour and

338s/358s * 220 (€ 185)

large part og. Rare Gi = £ 400. (Photo = 1 163) 359s * 160 (€ 135)

1927: 100 r. dull purple & blue, a magnificent mint example overprinted "Specimen" in

black, large part og Gi = £ 400. (Photo = 1 163) 360s * 160 (€ 135)

Cyprus

941

Gibbons 2012

1880: GB 1 d. red, plate 216, optd. Cyprus, a superb mint block of 36 from the upper left

corner of the sheet showing the plate number in upper left corner, fresh and very fine, large

part or unmounted og Gi = £ 640+. (Photo = 1 163) 2 */** 220 (€ 185)

Start price

approx. €


166 British Colonies: SINGLE LOTS

177 Corinphila Auction · 26 February - 1 March 2013

947

948

949

950

951

952

953

Start price

in CHF

1880: GB 1 s. green, plate 13 optd. Cyprus in black, lettered GI, a fine and fresh mint

example with large part original gum. A scarce stamp. Cert. Holcombe (1984) Gi = £ 850.

(Photo = 1 163)

1881: 4 pi. pale olive green, Die I, wmk. CC, a fresh and fine mint example of this rare

stamp, of excellent centering and colour, trace of gum bend not apparent on face, large part

6 * 300 (€ 250)

og Gi = £ 950. (Photo = 1 163) 14 * 300 (€ 250)

Great Britain used in Cyprus: 1878, 1d. brown postal stationery wrapper, cancelled with

barred numeral '942' LARNACA used from Cyprus to Cairo, Egypt with arrival marking

POSTE EGIZIANE CAIRO 23 DIC 78 on reverse, of finest possible quality! Postal

stationery from GB used in Cyprus is extremely rare. The W.T.F. Castle handbook of Cyprus

(1987 edition) only lists the 2d blue Registered envelope plus Post Cards of three different

denominations and states:"..other items may exist". To date only two One Penny brown

Postal stationery wrappers are recorded used in Cyprus (including this one offered here

which is a new find made by Corinphila experts in 2012), the other known 1d. wrapper

was found in 1994 and when offered on a London auction it was decribed as "...the only

recorded...". K.Louis BPP certificate (2012), (Huggins/Baker WP12) 800 (€ 665)

Egypt: Pre-Philately

949

Egypt

1859 (Oct 31): Entire letter from Alexandria to Aalborg, Denmark struck with two line COL

VAPORE / ALESSANDRIA in black at top, the unpaid charge to Triest being 3¼ sgr and

credit to GAPU being a further 3 sgr., therefore framed "6¼" in blue was applied at Trieste

(Van Der Linden fig. 3092) for total amount in silvergroschen, equivalent to 27 Danish skilling + 9 sk.

for Danish share on arrival = 36 sk. Reverse with Triest cds (Nov 10), two German TPO's and

Danish P.O. in Hamburg cds (Nov 17). An unusual destination at this date. (Photo = 1 168) 6 150 (€ 125)

Egypt: Proofs and Essays 1865-1908

Gibbons 2012

Saddle shop in Cairo, 1875

1865/66: Essays by Negroni, recess printed in Italy on imperforate glazed paper; for

proposed 10 pa. value in pale violet with overprint in orange, and 10 pa. value printed in

pale yellow with overprint in deep blue. Some ageing and minor faults but very rare. These

Essays (which differ from Prevost Essays to follow, with 37 pearls in ornament rather than

46) are of great rarity and are much under-catalogued by Nile Post E5 = $ 600. (Photo = 1 163)

1865: Essay by Reister of Paris for 10 pa. postal stationery envelope printed in red on violet envelope

Essay 500 (€ 415)

(overprint 1 piastre in circle below), a fine and scarce Essay Nile Post E9g = $ 150+. (Photo = 1 168) Essay 6 120 (€ 100)

1865/66: Essays by Prevost of Paris, 10 pa. designs with circular overprint alongside (3):

10 pa. in brown on thick card, 10 pa. in black on green paper, and 10 pa. in black on yellow

paper; all with overprint "1 piastre" alongside Nile Post E9a+E9b+E9e = $ 300. (Photo = 1 168) Essays 150 (€ 125)

Start price

approx. €


177 Corinphila Auction · 26 February - 1 March 2013 British Colonies: SINGLE LOTS

167

954

955

956

957

958

959

960

961

962

963

964

965

966

967

968

969

Start price

in CHF

Start price

approx. €

1865/66: Essays by Prevost of Paris on thick card or thin paper (5), with overprinted

imperforate examples in red on white card, in brown on lilac thin paper (optd. 20 paras);

and in black on white glazed optd. 1 piastre in yellow, in yellow on buff and in black on

thick card optd. in red. Scarce group Nile Post E7+E7a = $ 750. (Photo = 1 173) Essays 280 (€ 230)

1865/69: Essays by Prevost of Paris for postal stationery envelope "00" para envelope with

"Epreuve" in black and 20 pa. overprint below (E38b), 10 para Essay envelope in gold with

20 pa. overprint alongside and rare large envelope (177 x 100 mm) for 10 pa. value in red

with 20 pa. overprint alongside. Some ageing to envelopes but a scarce trio Nile Post E9g (2)+E38b

= $ 475. (Photo = 1 168) Essays 6 260 (€ 215)

1865/66: Essays by Prevost of Paris on thick card or thin paper (9), with unoverprinted

imperforate examples in green (two shades), in black on white and on lilac and yellow

papers, in brown, in rose and two further examples in red. Fresh and fine, a scarce assembly

Nile Post E6/E6c = $ 675. (Photo = 1 173) Essays 240 (€ 200)

1865/66: Riester Essays, the four completed designs with full scrolls, Eagle and

ornamentations at top with horizontal line across; printed in blue, brown, green and red. A

fine and scarce complete set Nile Post E21 = $ 500.

Note: It is interesting to note that the designs are the exact size of the 1867 issue adhesives,

although these Essays are always attributed to the 1866 First Issue. (Photo = 1 173) Essays 300 (€ 250)

1867: National Banknote Company of New York, imperforate Essays for proposed 20 pa. value

in red and large margined example printed in bright blue Nile Post E33 = $ 400. (Photo = 1 173) Essays 150 (€ 125)

1867: Essays by Penasson of Alexandria (2), with design similar to the issued adhesives but

Sphinx in front of Pyramid, imperforate 1 pi. value printed in red and perforated example

printed in grey. Scarce and fine Nile Post E26 = $ 700. (Photo = 1 173) Essays 220 (€ 185)

1867: Essays by Penasson of Alexandria, 10 pa. value in pale blue, 10 pa. in yellow and 2

pi. value printed in bright vermilion, all perforated 12½, minor imperfections but a scarce

group Nile Post E28a + E30a = $ 750. (Photo = 1 173) Essays 260 (€ 215)

1867: Essays by Penasson of Alexandria (6), with design similar to the issued adhesives but

Sphinx in front of Pyramid, imperforate examples of the 1 pi. value printed in red, green,

yellow, brown, blue and grey. Rare and splendid set Nile Post E26 = $ 2'100. (Photo = 1 173) Essays 600 (€ 500)

1871: Essays by Penasson of Alexandria, no value indicated Essay, an imperforate block of

four in sage green (one stamp with Sphinx portrait erased) and a perforated block of four

printed in blue, some gum toning on perforations. Very scarce in multiples Nile Post E51 = $

520+. (Photo = 1 173) Essays 4* 200 (€ 165)

1866: 1 pi. value in black, an imperforate Proof pair of background only in black, showing

Types I and II se-tenant, usual small faults but scarce. (Photo = 1 173) 4 Proof (*) 150 (€ 125)

1865/71: Group with 1866 10 pi. slate background only imperforates (6, incl. a block of

four), two trimmed Reister Essays in red and green, 1866 watermarked paper (a pair), 1867

imperforate Proofs of 1 pi. in black (2), 1871 Penasson Essays (4) etc. Condition varies but Essyas &

scarce items noted.

(Photo = 1 www) Proofs 200 (€ 165)

1878/79: De La Rue uncompleted Die Proof of the Pyramid & Sphinx vignette in black on

white glazed card. (Photo = 1 173) Proof 240 (€ 200)

1899 (April 17): De La Rie Die Proof for the completed 4 m. design, printed in black

on glazed white card, handstamped with date in blue and "Before Hardening" in black.

Exceptional and scarce. (Photo = 1 173) 62 Proof 240 (€ 200)

1908 (March 12): De La Rie Die Proof for the completed 4 m. design, printed in black on

glazed white card, handstamped with date in blue and "After Striking" in black, signed

"E.W." in ink at base. Exceptional and scarce. (Photo = 1 173) 62 Proof 240 (€ 200)

Egypt: 1867/1922 Issued Stamps

Gibbons 2012

Suez Canal Company 1868: 20 c. blue, a superb mint block of twelve, marginal from

top right hand corner of the sheet, positions10/12-22/24-34/36-46/48, with many of these

positions showing the characteristic minor flaws found primarily on the right hand side of

the sheet. Minor corner bend at upper right otherwise of fine fresh colour and large part or

unmounted original gum. A significant and scarce multiple Signed Todd AIEP. Nile Post SC3/Gi

= £ 900. (Photo = 1 175) 3 */** 300 (€ 250)

1867: 1 pi. red, used example cancelled by fine large part "CANAL DE SUEZ / RAZ-EL-

ECH" datestamp (25 Janv. 1869) in black. Corner fault of no importance. Exceptional and

very rare, with just a handful of examples recorded, the earliest recorded usage by more than

one month. Certificate C. Hass (2008).

Note: Raz El Ech, along with Kil. 34, Chantier VI and Kil. 83 Canal de Suez datestamps

were delivered too late for use by the Suez Can Company, after the Suez Canal Company's

postal operations ended on August 15, 1868. The datestamps were adopted by the Egyptian

Post Office. (Photo = 1 175) 14 350 (€ 290)


168 British Colonies: SINGLE LOTS

177 Corinphila Auction · 26 February - 1 March 2013

936 / CHF 160

938 / CHF 160

ex 953 / CHF 150

971 / CHF 300

975 / CHF 350

977 / CHF 80

932 / CHF 300

950 / CHF 150

ex 955 / CHF 260

973 / CHF 400

976 / CHF 300

978 / CHF 300

937 / CHF 160

952 / CHF 120

970 / CHF 400

974 / CHF 400

980 / CHF 160


177 Corinphila Auction · 26 February - 1 March 2013 British Colonies: SINGLE LOTS

169

979 / CHF 150

1031 / CHF 250

1032 / CHF 200

1029 / CHF 100

1030 / CHF 400

1034 / CHF 400 1033 / CHF 250


170 British Colonies: SINGLE LOTS

177 Corinphila Auction · 26 February - 1 March 2013

970

971

972

973

974

975

976

977

978

979

980

981

982

983

Gibbons 2012

Start price

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1868 (Dec 29): Entire letter from Alexandria to Constantinople endorsed "per Azizie

Steamer" at top, franked at "Port-to-Port" rate with 1867 1 pi. red tied by bold "Poste Vice-

Reali Egiziane / Alessandria" cds in black with repeated strike alongside; reverse with

superb "Poste Vice-Reali Egiziane / Costantinopoli" Egyptian P.O. datestamp of receipt

(Jan 4, 1869) in black. A rare and particularly fine cover, most unusually so with the Azizie

endorsement. Signed Todd AIEP. (Photo = 1 168) 14 6 400 (€ 330)

1867: 1 pi. red used on large part 1871 cover with side flaps removed, mailed from Suez

to Gedda, tied by Suez despatch datestamp, the reverse showing rare "Poste Vice-Reali

Egiziane / Gedda" datestamp of arrival (Feb 4). Despite minor imperfections, a scarce

cover. (Photo = 1 168) 14 6 300 (€ 250)

1869 (Feb 7): Rare incoming combination franked on despatch with France Laureated

1863/67 20 c. blue pair tied by "2328" gros chiffres of Méry Sur Seine, addressed to

Sérapéum on the Suez Canal and franked with Egypt 1867 1 pi. red tied by "Poste Vice-

Reali Egiziane/Alessandria" cds (Feb 15). Reverse of envelope with outstanding strike of

the extremely rare "REGIE POSTE EGIZIANE / SERAPEUM" datestamp of arrival

(Feb 16). A few minor imperfections and addressee's name inked over but a rare cover.

Signed Todd AIEP.

Provenance: Mamdouh Mosly collection. (Photo = 1 155) 14 6 600 (€ 500)

1871 (March 13): Cover from Ismailia on the Suez Canal to Avignon, France franked by

1867 1 pi. red tied by "V. R. Poste Egiziane / Ismailia" cds with repeated strike at right,

in combination with France Laureated 1863/67 40 c. orange tied by "5080" gros chiffres

with corresponding French P.O. in Alexandria alongside (March 14). Avignon arrival cds on

reverse. Also and Ismailia Interpostal seal in black on blue (Kehr 196) with near complete

strike of the Ismailia cds (dated July 28,1872). A scarce pair. (Photo = 1 168) 14 6 400 (€ 330)

1870 (June 30): Cover mailed from Port Said to Marseille bearing 1867 1 pi. red neatly

tied by "V. R. Egiziane / Porto Said" cds, in combination with France Laureated 1863/67

40 c. orange tied by "5080" gros chiffres in black. Repeated Egyptian datestamp below and

French P.O: in Alexandria cds (July 2) alongside. Carried on the "Menzaleh" steamer with

red entry marking "Paq. Ang.-Marseille-1" in red (July 8) also on front. Side flaps removed

but a generally fine and attractive cover. (Photo = 1 168) 14 6 400 (€ 330)

1870: Combination cover with creased Egypt 1867 1 pi. red tied by Port Said cds (April 29),

transferred to French P.O. in Alexandria where 1867 Laureated 40 c. orange applied and

tied by '5080' lozenge of dots and by "Alexandrie / Egypte" cds (May 1). Marseille entry

marking in red (May 6) also on front of a scarce cover. (Photo = 1 168) 6 350 (€ 290)

1868 (Jan 7): Cover from Port Said to Marseille mailed from Zagazig (the Port Said P.O.

only opened in July 1868), franked by 1867 1 pi. red and France Laureated 1863/67 40 c.

orange tied by "Poste Vice Reali Egiziane / Zagazig" cds and by Alexandria "5080" gros

chiffres respectively. Faults at base of cover but displays well. (Photo = 1 168) 14 6 300 (€ 250)

1872: Lithographed 1 pi. red, perf 13¼ (scarce) tied to cover to Port Said by "V. R. Poste

Egiziane / Ismailia" cds with repeated strike at right, the adhesive with lithographic Transfer

flaw through figure of value "1" at lower right. Port Said arrival (Oct 15) on reverse.

(Photo = 1 168)

1872: 10 pa. mauve, a late usage on envelope mailed locally, tied by "V. R. Poste Egiziane

/ Porto Said" cds (Dec 31, 1876 most probably a New Year's Greeting card was enclosed).

Minor ageing and a few imperfections but a very rare "printed matter / drop letter" usage.

27a 6 80 (€ 65)

(Photo = 1 168)

1874 (Dec 2): Entire letter from Suez Station to Port Said franked by 1872 1 pi. red tied by

bold repeated strike of scarce "POSTE EGIZIANE - SUEZ - STAZIONE" datestamps in

black. Reverse with Ismailia and Port Said datestamps. A fine strike of a scarce marking.

29 6 300 (€ 250)

(Photo = 1 169)

1875 (March 4): Entire letter written on board "H.M.S. Jumna" on it's journey from Malta to

India with interesting contents, franked by Great Britain 1865/73 4 d. vermilion pl. 13 tied

by "BO2" obliterator with "Suez" datestamp alongside, mailed back to Malta with arrival

(March 13) on reverse, also a cover to the UK franked by GB 1876/79 2½ d. rosy mauve

31 6 150 (€ 125)

tied by similar cancellations. (Photo = 1 168) Z49+ Z56 6 160 (€ 135)

1923/24: First Fuad definitive set of 12 values mint, fresh and fine, superb og Nile Post D91/D102.

Gi = £ 225. (Photo = 1 175) 111/122 * 100 (€ 85)

1925: Geographic Congress, the set of three values mint, with additional 10 m. and 15 m.

from the second printing in deeper shades, also a fresh mint imperforate example of the 10 123/125+

m. rose-carmine. A fine and scarce group Nile Post C4+C5+C5b+C5c+C6+C6a. (Photo = 1 175) 124a * 150 (€ 125)

1926: Navigation Congress, the set of three values mint (5 m. marginal), all with Farouk

oblique perforations variety, fresh and fine, somewhat browned unmounted og. Rare, only

100 sets printed thus Nile Post CC14b/C16b = $ 250+. (Photo = 1 175) 138/140 var ** 150 (€ 125)


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984

985

986

987

988

989

990

991

992

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1926: Port Fouad set of four values, very fine used on right hand half of the Official Invitation

to the Opening (including Train times in manuscript at right), the adhesives all tied by fine

strikes of "PORT FOUAD (CASH)" datestamps in black (December 21). Extremely rare

usage on the Invitation. Signed Giulio and Alberto Bolaffi. Certificate Todd AIEP (2012).

1927: Cotton Congress, the set of three values mint, all with Farouk oblique perforation

variety, fresh and very fine, slightly browned unmounted og. Rare-just 100 of each stamp

141/144 (6) 2'500 (€ 2'075)

exist thus Nile Post C21b/C23b = $ 250+. (Photo = 1 175) 145/147 var ** 150 (€ 125)

1927/37: 1 m. orange, 2 m. black and 5 m. chestnut, Farouk Royal Imperforate blocks of

four unused, underprinted 'Cancelled', the 1m. with horizontal crease between stamps the 148+ 149+

other two blocks superb. A scarce group.

(Photo = 1 175) 156 var 4(*) 100 (€ 85)

1927/37: Definitive set of 25 values with additional shades of 5 m., 50 m., 100 m. and 200 m. and

one of each value of the 500 m. and £ 1, all fresh and fine mint with Farouk oblique perforations,

unmounted og. Rare-only 50 sets can exist Nile Post D106/D126 = $ 1'200+. (Photo = 1 174) 148/172 var ** 500 (€ 415)

1927/37: Superb mint set of 35 including the Gibbons 'a' numbers, all very fresh and fine

mint, including both types of 500 m. and £ 1 values, superb large part og. Scarce Gi = £ 375+.

(Photo = 1 174)

1927/37: 5 m. chestnut, sheet marginal horizontal strip of four showing one stamp têtebêche,with

Farouk oblique perforation variety, fresh and very fine, unmounted og. A rare

148/172 * 180 (€ 150)

multiple Nile Post D112l = $ 175+. (Photo = 1 175) 156 var ** 200 (€ 165)

1927/37: 100 m. maroon and 100 m. purple black, Farouk Royal Imperforate blocks of four

unused, underprinted 'Cancelled', fresh and very fine examples from both printings. Scarce

only 200 printed of the maroon shade Nile Post D123+D123d = $ 460+. (Photo = 1 174) 167/167a var 4(*) 200 (€ 165)

1927/37: 50 m. greenish blue, Farouk Royal Imperforate block of four unused, underprinted

'Cancelled', fresh and very fine with dark central vignette. Scarce only 200 printed thus Nile

Post D122a = $ 280. (Photo = 1 174) 166 var 4(*) 150 (€ 125)

1922/34: Imperforate Essay for proposed 1923 5 m. imperforate watermarked block of four

(Nile Post E227 = $ 300), 1927/34 Farouk Imperforates of large format 20 m., 40 m., 50 m. (both

shades), 100 m. and 200 m., fresh and fine unused, also 1934 UPU part set from 1 m. to 20 m.

values all in corner Control blocks of four mint. An interesting assembly. (Photo = 1 174)

984

Gibbons 2012

163/168

var+

219/227+

Essay 4* 220 (€ 185)


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994

995

996

997

998

999

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1001<

1002<

1003

1004

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1006

1007

1008

1009

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1927: Statistical Congress, the set of three values mint, two are sheet marginal, all with

Farouk oblique perforation variety, fresh and very fine, unmounted og. Rare-just 100 of

each stamp exist thus Nile Post C24b/C26b = $ 250+. (Photo = 1 174) 173/175 var ** 160 (€ 135)

1928: Medical Congress, the set of two values mint, both with Farouk oblique perforation

variety, fresh and very fine, unmounted og. Rare-just 100 of each stamp exist thus Nile Post

C27b/C28b = $ 170. (Photo = 1 174) 176/177 var ** 120 (€ 100)

1929: Prince's Ninth Birthday, the special printing set of four values mint with centres in

black ( 5 m.) or brown, fresh appearance, part to large part og. Only 2'000 sets printed Nile

Post C29c/C33c = $ 400 / Gi = £ 400. (Photo = 1 174) 178a/181a * 180 (€ 150)

1929: Birthday Special Printing set of four values with black (5 m.) and sepia centres, the

mint set of four values, large part og. Just 2'000 sets issued Gi = £ 400. (Photo = 1 174) 178a/181a * 160 (€ 135)

1929: Prince's Ninth Birthday, the special printing set of four values with centres in black ( 5 m.)

or brown, all neatly cancelled by Cairo datestamps. A very scarce and much under-catalogued

set in used condition. Only 2'000 sets printed Nile Post C29c/C33c = $ 400 / Gi = £ 380. (Photo = 1 174) 178a/181a 200 (€ 165)

1927: Cotton Congress, the set of three values mint, all with Farouk oblique perforation

variety, fresh and very fine, the 10 m. with minor gum bend, unmounted og. Rare-just 100

of each stamp exist thus Nile Post C33b/C35b = $ 250+. (Photo = 1 174) 182/184 var ** 150 (€ 125)

1932: Surcharged 50 m. on 50 pi. purple and 100 m. on £ 1 dull violet-blue & blue, fine mint

examples, large part og Gi = £ 200. (Photo = 1 174) 187/188 * 100 (€ 85)

1933: Airmail, the complete set of 21 values mint, all with Farouk oblique perforations

variety, fresh and fine, unmounted og. Rare and most appealing set, just 100 sets can exist

thus Nile Post A3e/A23b = $ 835. (Photo = 1 www) 193/213 var ** 300 (€ 250)

1933: Aviation Congress, the set of five values mint, all with Farouk oblique perforation

variety, fresh and very fine, unmounted og. Rare-just 100 of each stamp exist thus Nile Post

C42b/C46b = $ 500. (Photo = 1 173) 214/218 var ** 260 (€ 215)

1933: Aviation Congress, the magnificent mint set of five values in corner marginal blocks

of four, full unmounted og. A scarce set in such fine multiples Nile Post CC42/C46. Gi = £ 200+.

(Photo = 1 173) 214/218 4** 150 (€ 125)

ex 1003

ex 1004

Gibbons 2012

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1934: 10th UPU Congress, Cairo. The complete set of fourteen values mint, all with Farouk

oblique perforations variety, fresh and very fine, unmounted og. Rare, just 100 sets can exist

Nile Post C47b/C60b = $ 1'520. 219/232 var ** 600 (€ 500)

1934: 10th UPU Congress, the set of fourteen values mint, fresh and fine, unmounted og

(and very scarce thus). Nile Post C47/C60. Gi = £ 450. 219/232 ** 200 (€ 165)

1936: Agricultural & Industrial Exhibition, the set of five values mint, all with Farouk

oblique perforation variety, fresh and very fine, unmounted og. Rare-just 100 of each stamp

exist thus Nile Post C61b/C65b = $ 425. (Photo = 1 173) 240/244 var ** 200 (€ 165)

1936: Anglo-Egyptian Treaty, the set of three values mint, all with Farouk oblique perforation

variety, fresh and very fine, unmounted og. Rare-just 100 (possibly 200) of each stamp exist

thus Nile Post C66b/C68b = $ 210. (Photo = 1 173) 245/247 var ** 150 (€ 125)

1937/46: Investiture of King Farouk (Boy King) set of 19 values mint, all with Farouk

oblique perforations variety, fresh and fine, unmounted og. A scarce set, only 200 full sets 248/258+

can exist Nile Post D136c/154h = $ 575+.

(Photo = 1 www) 276/283 var 4** 220 (€ 185)

1937: Montreux Conference, the set of three values mint, all with Farouk oblique perforation

variety, fresh and very fine, unmounted og. Rare-just 100 of each stamp exist thus Nile Post

C69b/C71b= $ 250+. (Photo = 1 173) 259/261 var ** 160 (€ 135)

1937: Ophthalmological Congress, the set of three values mint, all with Farouk oblique

perforation variety, fresh and very fine, unmounted og. Rare-just 100 of each stamp exist

thus Nile Post C72b/74b = $ 250+. (Photo = 1 173) 262/264 var ** 160 (€ 135)


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ex 954 / CHF 280

ex 958 / CHF 150

ex 960 / CHF 260

956 / CHF 240

ex 959 / CHF 220

ex 1002 / CHF 150

ex 957 / CHF 300

ex 1001 / CHF 260

ex 962 / CHF 200

ex 961 / CHF 600

ex 1005 / CHF 200

ex 1006 / CHF 150

ex 1009 / CHF 160 ex 1011 / CHF 160

ex 1010 / CHF 120 ex 1008 / CHF 160

965 / CHF 240

963 / CHF 150

966 / CHF 240

967 / CHF 240


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ex 987 / CHF 500

ex 995 / CHF 180

ex 990 / CHF 200

ex 998 / CHF 150

ex 988 / CHF 180

ex 996 / CHF 160

ex 994 / CHF 120

991 / CHF 150

ex 997 / CHF 200

1026 / CHF 150

ex 993 / CHF 160

ex 992 / CHF 220

999 / CHF 100

1027 / CHF 100

1028 / CHF 200


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ex 1012 / CHF 160

ex 1013 / CHF 180

ex 981 / CHF 100

ex 985 / CHF 150

ex 1021 / CHF 150

ex 1014 / CHF 120

ex 982 / CHF 150

ex 983 / CHF 150

ex 986 / CHF 100

969 / CHF 350

ex 1015 / CHF 160

ex 1017 / CHF 220

968 / CHF 300

989 / CHF 200

ex 1016 / CHF 180

ex 1020 / CHF 150


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1938: Cotton Congress, the set of three values mint, all with Farouk oblique perforation

variety, fresh and very fine, somewhat browned unmounted og. Rare-just 100 of each stamp

exist thus Nile Post C76b/C78b = $ 250+. (Photo = 1 173) 266/268 var ** 120 (€ 100)

1938: Telecommunications Conference, the set of three values mint, all with Farouk oblique

perforation variety, fresh and very fine, unmounted og. Rare-just 100 sets exist thus Nile Post

C79b/C81b = $ 250+. (Photo = 1 173) 269/271 var ** 160 (€ 135)

1938: Leprosy Research Congress, the set of three values mint, all with Farouk oblique

perforation variety, fresh and very fine, unmounted og. Rare-just 100 sets exist thus Nile Post

C83c/C85c = $ 250+. (Photo = 1 175) 273/275 var ** 160 (€ 135)

1940/49: Child Welfare 5+5 m., 1947 Nile Delta 10 m., 1948 Ibrahim Pasha 10 m. and 1949

Mohammed Ali 10 m. mint, all with Farouk oblique perforation variety, fresh and very 284+ 339+

fine, unmounted og. Scarce group, only 100 stamps printed of the last three noted Nile Post 351+ 358

C86b+C116b+C121b+C127b = $ 325.

(Photo = 1 175) var ** 180 (€ 150)

1944/52: Mareschal definitve set of eleven values mint, all with Farouk oblique perforations

variety, fresh and fine, unmounted og. Only 200 of the 3 m. and 13 m. can exist Nile Post D155e/

D165c = $ 300. (Photo = 1 175) 291/301 var ** 120 (€ 100)

1946: Arab Countries Union & Visit of the King of Saudi Arabia, the three values mint, all

with Farouk oblique perforation variety, fresh and very fine, unmounted og. Rare-just 100

of each stamp exist thus Nile Post C95b/C97b = $ 250+. (Photo = 1 175) 304/306 var ** 160 (€ 135)

1946: Anniversary of First Issue of Egyptian Stamps, the set of four values mint, all with

Farouk oblique perforation variety, fresh and very fine, unmounted og. Rare-just 100 of

each stamp exist thus Nile Post C98b/C101b = $ 340. (Photo = 1 175) 307/310 var ** 180 (€ 150)

1946: Arab League Congress, the set of seven values mint, all with Farouk oblique

perforations variety, fresh and fine, unmounted og. Rare, only 100 sets can exist Nile Post C104b/

C110b = $ 595. (Photo = 1 175) 315/321 var ** 220 (€ 185)

ex 1018

1947/50: Parliament 10 m., 1948 Gaza 10 m., 1950 Desert Institute 10 m., 1950 Fuad

University and 1950 Geographic Society 30 m. mint, all with Farouk oblique perforations

variety, fresh and fine, unmounted og. examples. Scarce group, only 100 printed of each

stamp Nile Post C115b+C118b+C132c/134c = $ 425.

ex 1019

Gibbons 2012

View of Cairo

338+ 348+

363/365 var ** 200 (€ 165)

1949: Agricultural & Industrial Exhibition, the set of five values mint, all with Farouk

oblique perforations variety, fresh and fine, unmounted og. Rare, only 100 sets can exist

thus Nile Post C122b/C126b = $ 425. 352/356 var ** 200 (€ 165)

1951: Mediterranean Games, the set of three values mint, all with Farouk oblique

perforations variety, fresh and fine, unmounted og. Rare, only 100 sets printed thus Nile Post

C137b/139b = $ 250+. (Photo = 1 175) 369/371 var ** 150 (€ 125)

1951: Abrogation of Anglo-Egyptian Treaty, the set of three values mint, all with Farouk

oblique perforation variety, fresh and very fine, unmounted og. Rare-just 100 of each stamp

exist thus Nile Post C140c/142c = $ 250+. (Photo = 1 175) 404/406 var ** 150 (€ 125)

1927/41: Postage Dues, the superb mint complete set of ten values in mostly in sheet

marginal blocks of four, all with Farouk oblique perforations (the 1956 20 m. not issued

thus), fresh and very fine, unmounted og. A delightful set Nile Post PD31b/PD41b = $ $ 1'000+. D173/D181+

(Photo = 1 www) D183 4** 400 (€ 330)


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1023

ex 1023

1922: Proclamation of the Monarchy, Gold Medal award winning collection of the

Definitive and Postage Due Issues on original Exhibit leaves, showing the four primary

Types of the Crown overprint in detail and the explanations of the Settings and Formes

utilised by both local printers and in London; including large multiples throughout with

the famous "Crushed Crown" variety: 1 m. A23 Control block of 10, 2 m. B21 Control

block of 12, the unique 3 m. used block of four, 4 m., 5 m. and 10 m. Control B23 mint

blocks of 8 or 10, the sole recorded 15 . indigo (milliema, Gi 104) with "Crushed Crown" mint

and the unique used pair of 15 m. (milliemat, Gi 105) with the variety; 1 m. mint pair with Type

1 overprint inverted and "à cheval" mint pair both from positions 109-110 and showing

variety (unique); 1 m. pair with inverted opt. from Type II, and block of four with double

opt. (Type III); and a mint block of 12 with partial and completely omitted overprint; 2 m.

with mint block of six and strip of five witrh "à cheval" overprint (Type III), mint block of

six with wmk. reversed, 2 m. marginal block of four with overprint double, 3 m. with wmk.

varieties and single "à cheval"; 4 m. with overprint inverted variety in block of four, 5 m.

with vertical "Specimen" strip of three, partially imperforate block of four used (unique); 10

m. with wmk. varieities and "à cheval" examples used, 20 m. (Type IV) with mint Control

A23 block of 18, 20 m. double overprint and block of four with inverted overprint mint, 50

m. with A23 Control block (Type IV) and 50 m. inverted overprint mint (only 3 examples

recorded) and used (only 15 recorded); 100 m. mint block of eight (Gi 109) the largest known

mint multiple, 100 m. with watermark sideways used (rare) and inverted overprint mint,

double overprint mint (only 100 of each can exist); Overprint in red Colour Trials with pairs

of 1 m. and 15 m.; Postage Dues with 2 m. scarlet Essay with overprint upright in mint block

of 24 (largest recorded and unique); Parcel Charge form with 10 m. Due in block of 50 used,

the collection throughout with much new information and research, especially so on plating

Types and Flaws, with many matching multiples and covers. An outstanding collection and

a wonderful study undertaken by a careful and discriminating collector.

Gibbons 2012

98/110a+

D111/D114a

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6

4*/** 70'000 (€ 58'100)


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1025

1026

1027

1028

1029

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1031

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1033

1034

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1948: Colour Trials of the 'Palestine' overprint, blocks of four of the 4 m. green with

overprint in black instead of red, 5 m. chestnut with overprint in green instead of black, 15

m. deep purple with overprint in green and another block of 1§5 m. with overprint in greyblack

instead of red; one 15 m. block with minor stain but balance fresh and fine, unmounted

og. A rare group of Colour Trials Nile Post P4ct+P5ct+P9ct1+P9ct2 = $ 1'600. 4+ 5+ 9 var 4** 600 (€ 500)

1948: Definitive set of 19 values mint in fresh and fine unmounted og. blocks of four (Gi = £ 240),

1953 overprinted with three bars mint set of 19, fresh and fine in horizontal pairs (many with corner

Control numbers) and a single set mint, unmounted og. (Gi = £ 360), 1948 Airmail set of twelve in mint

blocks of four (Gi = £ 70+), 1953 Airmails optd. with three bars (2, 3, 5, 10, 50 and 100 m.) values in 1/53+ 56+

mint singles and same values in mint pairs. A scare selection.

(Photo = 1 www) 60/61 ** 180 (€ 150)

1958: Declaration of Human Rights, 35 m. red-brown, fresh mint example with green

"Overprint Omitted" variety. Fresh and very fine, unmounted og., rare only 50 stamps can

exist thus, a much under-catalogued variety Nile Post PC4b = $ 200/Gi = £ 225. (Photo = 1 174) 99b ** 150 (€ 125)

1959: 55 m. on 100 m. brown-red, a superb mint horizontal pair, showing variety "Overprint

Double". Rare multiple and very fine, unmounted og. Only 100 stamps exist thus Nile Post P68d

= $ 200+/Gi = £ 180. (Photo = 1 174) 100a ** 100 (€ 85)

1959: 55 m. on 100 m. brown-red, a superb mint marginal pair from base of sheet, showing

variety "Overprint Double, One Inverted". Rare multiple and very fine, unmounted og. Only

100 stamps exist thus Nile Post P68e = $ 350+/Gi = £ 320. (Photo = 1 174) 100b ** 200 (€ 165)

Egypt: British P.O. in Suez

1858 (Jan 5): Cover from Suez to Bombay struck with very fine "SUEZ" double arc cds in

black, circular Steamer Bearing (8 annas) charge mark in blue and Bombay cds of arrival

(Jan 24). Fine cover that opens well for displays. (Photo = 1 169) 6 100 (€ 85)

French P.O.'s in Egypt

ex 1024

Gibbons 2012

French P.O. in Alexandria 1870: Combination cover with creased Egypt 1867 1 pi. red

tied by Port Said cds (May 7), transferred to French P.O. where 1867 Laureated 40 c. orange

applied and tied by '5080' lozenge of dots and by "Alexandrie / Egypte" cds (May 9). Red

framed "Paquebots / de la / Mediterannée" on front and reverse with Marseille arrival (May

14). A fine and scarce cover. Signed Gilbert (1932). (Photo = 1 169) 31 6 400 (€ 330)

French P.O. in Port Said 1875: Cover to Liverpool franked by 1871/75 Cérès 30 c. brown

(2) each tied by "5129" lozenge of dots with "Port Said / Egypte" cds alongside, prepaid via

Alexandria, Marseilles, Paris (Aug 31) to Liverpool (Sept 1). One or two envelope faults but

scarce. (Photo = 1 169) 56 6 250 (€ 210)

French P.O. in Port Said 1875: Entire letter from Zagazig to Bordeaux franked by 1871/75

Cérès 80 c. rose tied by faint '5129' lozenge of dots with "Port Said / Egypte" cds at right

(June 30), with red framed "Paquebots / de la / Mediterranee" thence via Marseille. A scarce

transit usage of the Port Said Post Office. (Photo = 1 169) 57 6 200 (€ 165)

French P.O. in Port Said 1899 (Nov 25): Postcard sent registered to Marseille franked

by 1899 5 c. yellow green (2, Type 1) and scarce provisional "Vingt Cinq" on 10 c. black

on lilac all tied by "Port Said / Egypte" cds's. Octagonal "Ligne T" Paquebot at left and

Marseille arrival (Dec 1) also on obverse. A rare and attractive usage of the provisional.

Signed Todd AIEP. (Photo = 1 169) 105+ 121 6 250 (€ 210)

French P.O. in Suez 1868 (Sept): Small cover to Marseille franked by 1862 perf. Empire

40 c. orange tied by "5105" lozenge of dots with corresponding "SUEZ / BAU. FRANCAIS"

datestamp alongside. Carried by British ship, with Marseille entry marking in red (Sept 24)

also on front of a scarce cover. Signed Brun. (Photo = 1 169) 23 6 400 (€ 330)


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Falkland Islands

1937: Coronation set of three values, marginal examples from base of sheet, all perforated

(Photo = 1 181)

1946: Victory set of two values, fresh mint perforated "Specimen", scarce, full unmounted

(Photo = 1 181)

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"Specimen", fresh and very fine, unmounted og Gi = £ 400. 143s/145s ** 180 (€ 150)

og Gi = £ 400. 164s/165s ** 180 (€ 150)

Fiji

1912/23: Definitive set to £ 1 purple & black on red (marginal), fresh and fine, overprinted

(Photo = 1 181)

"Specimen" in black or red, large part og Gi = £ 475. 125s/137s * 200 (€ 165)

Gibraltar

1950: New Constitution 6 d. carmine & grey-violet, variety: "New Constitution-1950"

overprint in black double, fresh and very fine, superb original gum. A very rare stamp. Cert.

(Photo = 1 181)

RPS (2012) Gi = £ 1'200. 142a * 500 (€ 415)

Hong Kong

1891: Jubilee 2 c. rose used on local 1891 cover, file fold well away from the adhesive,

neatly tied by "B62" obliterator with "Hong-Kong" cds at left in black (January 23-second

day of issue). Fresh and fine, a very scarce stamp on letter (Photo = 1 183) 6 300 (€ 250)

India

1854: ½ anna blue, a superb unused block of four, marginal from right of sheet with imprint

"cut off and affixed" at right. Fresh and very fine multiple Gi = £ 400+. (Photo = 1 181) 6 4(*) 200 (€ 165)

View of Caen ca. 1855

Start price

approx. €

1041

1855 (Sept 7): Cover from Chittagong to Caen, France bearing splendid three colour

franking of 1854 1 a. red (Die I), 2 a. green and two cut square 4 a. blue & red (4th printing,

Head Die III, Frame Die II) all tied by lozenge of dots in black and by '20' decimes charge

mark applied on arrival and by "Indes Or. / Marseille" entry marking (Nov 3). Framed "India

Paid" in red at left and reverse with Chittagong manuscript filled circular despatch in red,

Calcutta transits (Sept 12), Caen arrival cds (Nov 4). Slight stain under the charge marking,

but a wonderful and attractive cover for the connisseur. Cert BPB (2000). 12+ 23+ 31 6 15'000 (€ 12'450)


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1042

1043

1044

1045

1046

Gibbons 2012 Start price

in CHF

1854: 4 a. indigo and red, 1st printing, Head Die I, Frame Die I, an exquisite used example

with large margins all round, lightly cancelled by dotted lozenge in black. A very rare stamp

so fine Gi = £ 800. (Photo = 1 181) 17 320 (€ 265)

1854: 4 a. blue & red, 4th printing, Head Die III, Frame Die II, a fine cut square used

example cancelled by "76" numeral obliterator in black Gi = £ 400. (Photo = 1 181) 23 150 (€ 125)

1854: 4 a. pale blue and pale red, 4th printing, Head Die III, Frame Die II, a fine cut square

used example cancelledby dotted lozenge in black Gi = £ 475. (Photo = 1 181) 24 160 (€ 135)

1854: 2 a. green, a delightful horizontal used strip of three, showing the outer external frame

lines clearly on all three stamps, neatly cancelled by dotted lozenge in black. A charming

multiple. Signed Saatchi Gi = £ 100+. (Photo = 1 181) 31 150 (€ 125)

Start price

approx. €

1046

1860 (June 26): Registered cover from Tranquebar to Copenhagen via Madras, Bombay (July

4) and London endorsed 'Overland Mail via Southampton' at top, franked for full postage

to London by pair of 1855 4 a. black on blue glazed paper cancelled in black and by curved

"India Paid" in red. Registration cachet at lower left and two strikes of "Crown / Registered"

in red applied in London in transit (Aug 11). Forwarded in London to Copenhagen (again

registered) and manuscript British charge of '1/7½ d.' in ink, alongside 'fr.2' in blue crayon

(Danish share). A marvellous cover of great visual appeal and extremely rare. 35 6 5'000 (€ 4'150)


177 Corinphila Auction · 26 February - 1 March 2013 British Colonies: SINGLE LOTS

181

ex 1036 / CHF 180

1042 / CHF 320

1045 / CHF 150

1043 / CHF 150

ex 1068 / CHF 160

1065 / CHF 150

ex 1037 / CHF 200

1044 / CHF 160

1038 / CHF 500

1074 / CHF 500

ex 1062 / CHF 150

ex 1035 / CHF 180

ex 1067 / CHF 220

1075 / CHF 200

1079 / CHF 300

1040 / CHF 200

1077 / CHF 240

ex 1061 / CHF 150

1063 / CHF 160

1078 / CHF 260


182 British Colonies: SINGLE LOTS

177 Corinphila Auction · 26 February - 1 March 2013

1047

1048

1049

1050

1051

1052

1053

1054

1055

1056

1057

1058

1059

Gibbons 2012 Start price

in CHF

1855: India 8 a. carmine on blue glazed paper, used on 1857 envelope from Singapore

endorsed "via Trieste" to Aalborg, Denmark cancelled by octagonal "B/172" obliterator in

black. Struck with fine framed "6¼" handstamp in blue at Triest (Van Der Linden fig. 3092) in blue

(silvergroschen = 9 kreuzers for Alexandria-Trieste + 9 kr. for land rate to the Germany

border). Blue crayon '34' at lower left and charged '37' skilling to pay on arrival in Aalborg

in red crayon. Reverse with Singapore datestamp of despatch. Some overall soiling but a

rare cover to a most unusual destination. (Photo = 1 183) Z69/36 6 1'500 (€ 1'245)

1860 (June 4): Cover from Calcutta to Boston USA franked by 1855 8 a. carmine on blue

paper and 1856 ½ a. blue, 1 a. brown, and 4 a. black tied by "B/1" numeral obliterator,

framed "INDIA PAID" in red alongside, Calcutta G.P.O mark in red on reverse, endorsed

"Candia - via Marseilles", "PAID LONDON JY 14 60" in red and "BOSTON 5cts. JUL 27"

arrival cds on front. Vert. file fold through 1 a. stamp, otherwise a fine cover to a good

destination. (Photo = 1 183) 36,37,39, 45 6 200 (€ 165)

1861 (Jan 20): Entire letter from Bombay to Hoyer, Schleswig; sent unpaid with red

Marseille entry marking on front (Feb 19) and reverse with Bombay cds in red, Thurn

& Taxis and Danish P.O. in Hamburg cds's (Feb 22) in black and Hoyer arrival datestamp of

the following day. Red crayon "18½" on reverse (assessed 9½ sgr. for Bombay to France, 5

sgr. for French share, 1 sgr. Belgian share and 3 sgr. German share = 18½ sgr = 79 skilling).

Charged "88" in manuscript red crayon on front (79 sk. + 9 sk. Danish share) due from

recipient. A fine and unusual entire to a scarce destination. (Photo = 1 183) 6 180 (€ 150)

1866 (June 14): Cover front from Geneva to Bombay franked by Switzerland 30 c. vermilion

(three examples) mailed to Bombay, on arrival the addresse had left and the letter was

forwarded on to Poona with India 1856/64 1 a. brown (2) applied and tied by Bombay

numeral '1' obliterators and in manuscript "July 10".Small faults to the front but very rare

and colourful Exhibition item. Cert. BPP (1997).40 + Zumstein 33 (Photo = 1 183) (6) 1'500 (€ 1'245)

1866 (Aug 27): Cover from Abbotabad to Neath, Wales franked by 1865 8 p. purple and 2 a.

orange (one and strip of three) tied by "220" numeral obliterator, framed "INDIA PAID" in red

alongside, Lahore and Bombay transit marks on reverse, backflap missing. (Photo = 1 183) 56, 62 6 150 (€ 125)

French India 1857 (July 7): British India 1855 ½ a. blue (vertical pair, one short tooth)

tied by Pondicherry "C/111" obliterator to cover with framed "PONDICHERRY / Paid"

datestamp in red on reverse, sent to Karikal with red arrival mark alongside (July 8), in

addition two later definitives with Karikal cds's. (Photo = 1 183) 57 6 150 (€ 125)

1868: 8 a. rose-carmine on white paper, Die II, used on 1871 cover to Edinburgh cancelled

by fine strike of "2 SECT./N.E.LINE/UP" Railway datestamp in black. Edinburgh arrival

(Nov 11) on reverse. (Photo = 1 183) 73 6 100 (€ 85)

India used abroad - Zanzibar 1899 (May 10): Form bearing India 1 a. violet and 1 rupee

carmine-red Fiscals, each cancelled by oval "Zanzibar Government / Registration Office"

cachets in violet, notorised and signed by the "First Minister of the Zanzibar Government"

at base (Lloyd William Mathews). Some splitting but most unusual. (Photo = 1 185)

150 (€ 125)

India used abroad - Dubai 1943 (Aug 22): India 2 a. 6 p. Dak bullock cart definitive tied by

Dubai meter datestamp to reverse of envelope, sent to Bombay, censor marks in black and violet,

censorship strip as well as Bombay GPO arrival cds (Aug 3), very fine. (Photo = 1 185) 252 6 250 (€ 210)

India used abroad - Dubai 1944: India KGVI 1 a. 3 p. (pair) tied by indistinct Dubai meter

datestamp to reverse of envelope, sent to Bombay, censor marks in black and violet,

censorship strip as well as Bombay Dely arrival cds (March 10, 1944), some staining but

still fine. (Photo = 1 185) 269 6 150 (€ 125)

Incoming Mail 1827/36: Lot four covers from Edinburgh and London, one showing

"PAID AT EDINB" and "POST PAID SHIP LONDON", all sent to Calcutta (one forwarded

to Japalpur), all showing on reverse Calcutta arrival marks and early pre-stamp 'franks' with

inland, ship and transmitting dues, one cover with forwarder notion. (Photo = 1 www) 6 150 (€ 125)

Iraqi Occupation of Mosul

1904 (Jan 7): Registered postcard mailed to Mayence, France franked by India 1900 ½ a.

yellow-green and 1902 2 a. 6 p. ultramarine tied by "BAGDAD" cds's with registration

cachet at left in black. A most unusual usage (½ anna postage + 2 annas 6 pies registration).

Laval arrival cds of arrival at left. (Photo = 1 185) 114+ 126 6 250 (€ 210)

1912 (Feb 27): Registered postcard mailed to Berlin franked on viewside by India 1906 ½

a. yellow-green and 1902 2 a. 6 p.ultramarine tied by "BAGDAD" single ring cds's. Reverse

with registration white label handstamped "BAGDAD" in brown. A most unusual usage.

(Photo = 1 185) 126+ 149 6 200 (€ 165)

Start price

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177 Corinphila Auction · 26 February - 1 March 2013 British Colonies: SINGLE LOTS

183

1047 / CHF 1'500

1039 / CHF 300

1049 / CHF 180

1051 / CHF 150

1048 / CHF 200

1050 / CHF 1'500

1052 / CHF 150

1053 / CHF 100


184 British Colonies: SINGLE LOTS

177 Corinphila Auction · 26 February - 1 March 2013

1060

1061

1062

1063

1064

1065

1066

1067

1068

Malaysia

Gibbons 2012 Start price

in CHF

1867/72: 4 c. rose, 24 c. blue-green and 30 c. claret all used on somewhat roughly opened

1875 envelope to Waltensburg, Switzerland via Brindisi, tied by chessboard cancellations in

black, with framed PD and "Singapore/Paid" cds of despatch in red (July 10). Penang transit

(July 12) and reverse with Brindisi transit (Aug 14) and Swiss transits and Jlanz arrival cds

(Aug 19). Imperfections but a very scarce 58 cent franking. (Photo = 1 185) 12+ 16+ 17 6 220 (€ 185)

Kedah 1937: Sultan definitive set of nine values mint, perforated "Specimen", most being

marginal examples, fresh and very fine, unmounted og Gi = £ 300. (Photo = 1 181) 60/68s ** 150 (€ 125)

1945: British Military Aministration overprinted set of 20 values, fresh and fine mint,

unmounted og. Scarce thus Gi = £ 425. (Photo = 1 181) 126/145 ** 150 (€ 125)

Malta

1863/81: ½ d. yellow-buff, wmk. Crown CC, perf. 14, a magnificent mint block of four

of crisp colour, trivial gum natural bend on one stamp, otherwise a superb unmounted og.

multiple and rare thus Gi = £ 320+. (Photo = 1 181) 10 4** 160 (€ 135)

1879 (May 5): Entire letter from Malta to Constantinople endorsed "per S. S. Morocco"

franked by Great Britain 1876 2 ½ d. rosy mauve pl. 13 tied by bold "Malta-A25" duplex.

Superb MALTA / SHIP LETTER below in black and equally fine strike of "British Post

Office / Cosntantinople" arrival cds (May 16) on front. Fresh and fine, a rare entire. Signed

Holcombe. (Photo = 1 193) Z38 6 350 (€ 290)

1882/84: ½ d. red-orange, wmk. CA, a superb mint block of 16 from lower left corner of the

sheet, fresh colour and extremely fine, unmounted og. A scarce multiple Gi = £ 285+.

(Photo = 1 181) 19 ** 150 (€ 125)

The Grand Harbor, Malta

1066

Start price

approx. €

1919 (March 6): 10 s. black, wmk. Multiple Crown CA, a superb mint example, marginal

from top of sheet, mounted in margin only. Superb, a delightful example of this rare stamp.

Signed Proschold. Certificate Merku (1971) Gi = £ 3'250. 96 ** 1'000 (€ 830)

1938: Original issue set of 15 pictorial definitives, all fresh and fine perforated "Specimen",

full unmounted og. (Photo = 1 181) 217s/231s ** 220 (€ 185)

1925 (April): Postage Due set of ten values, all fine used in horizontally tête-bêche pairs,

each pair cancelled "Valletta JU.17.25' datestamps in black. Scarce and most unusual Gi = £

440+. (Photo = 1 181) D1/D10 160 (€ 135)

If you bid for alternative lots and/or limit your total purchase you may present a written individual list of preferred lots.

Alternative bids can be placed by using the word „OR“ between lot numbers.


177 Corinphila Auction · 26 February - 1 March 2013 British Colonies: SINGLE LOTS

185

1060 / CHF 220

1056 / CHF 150

1058 / CHF 250

1059 / CHF 200

1054 / CHF 150

1055 / CHF 250

1091 / CHF 250


186 British Colonies: SINGLE LOTS

177 Corinphila Auction · 26 February - 1 March 2013

1069

1070

1071

1072

Mauritius

1069

Port Louis Bay, Mauritius ca. 1850

1070

Gibbons 2012 Start price

in CHF

1848: Earliest Impression1 d. orange-vermilion on yellowish paper, a magnificent used

example with ample to huge margins all round, position 3 on the plate of 12 subjects,

cancelled by numeral "2" of Flacq centrally struck in black. Traces of minor horizontal bend

and a slight scuff at upper right corner mentioned for accuracy and in no way detracting

from the appearance of this beautiful and rare Classic stamp. Cert. BPA (2012) Gi = £ 17'000. 3 5'000 (€ 4'150)

1848/54: Post Paid 1 d. dull vermilion on yellowish paper, Intermediate Impression, position

8 on the sheet of 12 subjects, a superb large margined used example with enormous margins

all round, cancelled by scarce "2" numeral of Flacq. A wonderful stamp in the foremost

quality. Certificate BPA (2012) Gi = £ 2'750. 11 1'200 (€ 995)

1848: 1 d. dull vermilion, Intermediate Impression on yellowish paper, a superb used

example with large margins all round, position 7 on the sheet of twelve subjects, neatly

cancelled by fine strike of "14" numeral of Rivière du Rempart in brown. Rare and delightful

stamp. Cert. BPA (2012) Gi = £ 2'750. 11 1'000 (€ 830)

1848: 1 d. dull vermilion, Intermediate Impression on yellowish paper, used example with

margin at top and close on three sides, position 10 on the sheet of twelve subjects, neatly

cancelled by fine part strike of framed "INLAND" in black. Some creasing but an unusual

usage. Cert. BPA (2012) Gi = £ 2'750. 11 300 (€ 250)

1071

1072

Start price

approx. €


177 Corinphila Auction · 26 February - 1 March 2013 British Colonies: SINGLE LOTS

187

1073

1074

1075

1076

1077

1078

1079

1080

1081

1082

1083

1084

1085

1086

1087

1088

1089

1073

Gibbons 2012 Start price

in CHF

Start price

approx. €

1848: Post Paid 2 d. blue, Intermediate Impression, position 7 on the plate of 12 subjects,

showing the "PENOE" error clearly; superb used with even margins all round, cancelled by

numeral "5" handstamp of Plaines Wilhelms in black. A delightful example of a rare stamp.

Cert. BPA (2012) Gi = £ 7'000.

Provenance: Collection Ferrari de la Renotière. 14a 2'000 (€ 1'660)

1848: 2 d. dull blue, Intermediate Impression on greyish paper, a fine used example with

large margins on three sides and just shaved at base, position 4 on the sheet of twelve

subjects, neatly cancelled by fine strike of "14" numeral of Rivière du Rempart in brown.

Rare. Cert. BPA (2012) Gi = £ 3'000. (Photo = 1 181) 14 500 (€ 415)

1848: Post Paid 2 d. blue on greyish paper, Intermediate Impression, position 9 on the sheet

of twelve subjects, touched to close margins all round, cancelled by blue target cancellation.

Cert. BPA (2012) Gi = £ 3'000. (Photo = 1 181) 14 200 (€ 165)

1848: 2 d. light blue, late intermediate impression, position 1 on the plate of 12 subjects,

a superb large margined example of rich colour, lightly cancelled in black. A rare and

delightful stamp. Cert. BPA (1979) Gi = £ 2'750. 15 1'000 (€ 830)

1848/59: Worn Impression 1 d. red-brown on greyish paper, a fine four margined example,

position 9 on the sheet of 12 subjects, minor thin and slight bend, cancelled by fine "14"

numeral handstamp of Rivière du Rempart in black. Fine appearance and a scarce stamp.

Cert. BPA (2012) Gi = £ 850. (Photo = 1 181) 17 240 (€ 200)

1848: 2 d. blue, Worn Impression on yellowish grey paper, a fine used example with large

margins on three sides and just shaved at right, neatly cancelled by fine strike of "1" numeral

of Mahebourg in black. Cert. BPA (2012) Gi = £ 1'500. (Photo = 1 181) 20 260 (€ 215)

1848: Post Paid 2 d. grey blue on yellowish paper, worn impression, used example with

ample margin at right, tied to small piece by framed "INLAND" handstamp and also

cancelled by target obliterator in black. Crown "Mauritius / GPO" datestamp at left (March

16, 1855). Scarce Gi = £ 1'400. (Photo = 1 181) 21 5 300 (€ 250)

1848: 2 d. blue, Latest Impression on grey paper, a fine used example with large margins on

all sides, neatly cancelled by fine strike of "1" numeral of Mahebourg in black. Cert. BPA

(2012) Gi = £ 1'000. (Photo = 1 189) 25 260 (€ 215)

1858 (Feb): Surcharged "Four Pence" green, a fine unused example with margins all round.

A rare stamp. Cert. RPS (1959) Gi = £ 1'600. (Photo = 1 189) 26 (*) 400 (€ 330)

1858: Britannia (4 d.) green, a fine mint horizontal pair with margins all round, of good

colour, large part, somewhat redistributed, original gum. Certificate Sismondo (2006)

Gi = £ 900. (Photo = 1 189) 27 * 280 (€ 230)

Used in Seychelles 1859/61: Britannia 1 s. vermilion, a fine four margined example of

good colour buttr with light corner crease, superbly struck with upright "B64" (Seychelles)

obliterator in black. Rare and of very fine appearance. Cert. BPA (2012) Gi Z4 = £ 1'400.

(Photo = 1 189)

1859/61: Britannia 1 s. yellow-green, mint example with margins all round, fine large part

34/Z4 300 (€ 250)

og. Cert. Sismondo (2002) Gi = £ 600. (Photo = 1 189) 35 * 220 (€ 185)

1859: Lapirot 2 d. blue, Early Impression, position 5, a fine used example with even margins

all round, cancelled by small part of mute obliterator handstamp in black. Small stain near

nose, otherwise a fine example of this rare stamp. Cert. BPA (2012) Gi = £ 2'750. (Photo = 1 189)

1859: Sherwin 2 d. deep blue on bluish paper, a repaired and painted in defective example

that displays well, position 9 on the sheet of 12 subjects cancelled by circular "Paid"

37 800 (€ 665)

handstamp in black. An excellent spacefiller Gi = £ 7'000. (Photo = 1 189) 40 200 (€ 165)

1859: Sherwin 2 d. deep blue on bluish paper, a repaired and defective example that displays

well, position 1 on the sheet of 12 subjects cancelled by two strikes of circular "Paid"

handstamp in black. An excellent spacefiller Gi = £ 7'000. (Photo = 1 189) 40 200 (€ 165)

1859: Dardenne 1 d. dull vermilion on horizontally laid paper, a fine large margined used

example neatly cancelled in black leaving the profile clear Gi = £ 1'200. (Photo = 1 189) 42 400 (€ 330)

1859: Dardenne 2 d. blue on white horizontally laid paper, a magnificent large margined

used example, lightly cancelled in black. Rare so fine Gi = £ 850. (Photo = 1 189) 43a 240 (€ 200)

1076


188 British Colonies: SINGLE LOTS

177 Corinphila Auction · 26 February - 1 March 2013

1090

1091

1092

1093

1094

1095

1096

1097

1098

1099

1100

1101

1102

1103

1104

1105

1106

Gibbons 2012 Start price

in CHF

1860/63: De La Rue issue without watermark, the set of eight complete, both mint and used,

condition varies but very scarce Gi = £ 4'600+. (Photo = 1 189) 46/53 * 1'200 (€ 995)

1861 (July 3): Entire printed Prices Current mailed from Port Louis to Copenhagen, franked

by 1860 2 d. blue tied by smudged 'B53' obliterator in black, sent via Marseilles (Aug 10)

and struck on reverse with Thurn & Taxis and Danish P.O. datestamps (Aug 13) in black and

Copenhagen arrival cds of the following day. Charged 11 skilling due in manuscript on front

of a fine and appealing entire that opens well for Exhibit display. (Photo = 1 185) 47 6 250 (€ 210)

1864 (July 26): Prepaid entire letter from London to Mauritius with red despatch cds and

struck with fine "4½d." split rate credit marking in red on front, Mauritius arrival cds (Aug

24) on reverse. A fine entire. (Photo = 1 193) 6 120 (€ 100)

1880: 2 r. 50 c. brown-purple, mint block of four, one toned perf. but of good colour, large

part og., lower stamps unmounted og Gi = £ 220+. (Photo = 1 189) 100 4* 100 (€ 85)

1902/04: Provisional 12 c. on 36 c. orange & ultramarine, a fine mint example of the rare

Inverted Surcharge variety (cert. Robson Lowe 1949) and a used example with same variety

on album page with normals; also 1902/04 Arms definitive issue with eleven values to 50 c.

overprinted "Specimen" and mint and used set to 50 c., a scarce and generally very fine

group Gi = £ 1'800+.

Provenance of the mint example: Collection Samos (lot 679, June 1991). (Photo = 1 189)

1924: 50 rupees dull purple & green, a fresh mint example with large part og. A rare stamp.

163+ 163a * 650 (€ 540)

Certificate Brandon (1980) Gi = £ 900. (Photo = 1 189) 222 * 280 (€ 230)

1924: 50 rupees dull purple & green, overprinted "Specimen", a fresh mint example with

large part og Gi = £ 325. (Photo = 1 189) 222s * 120 (€ 100)

1924: 50 rupees dull purple & green, used example with minor colour fading, cancelled by

central strike of "General Post Office / Mauritius" cds (June 3, 2935) in black Gi = £ 2'250.

(Photo = 1 189)

1935: Silver Jubilee, the complete set in mint requisition number corner blocks of four from

upper right of sheet, and a fine complete set used on First Day Cover (May 6) cancelled at

222 300 (€ 250)

Port Louis. Scarce Gi = £ 190+. (Photo = 1 www)) 245/248 64* 100 (€ 85)

1965: 5 c. 'Paradise Flycatcher', a superb lower right corner Plate No. block of four, showing

"Double Bird" variety with 5 mm. shift of the black printing to right. The gum somewhat

dried and with light toning but extremely rare and unusual variety, especially in a Control

block. Cert. BPA (2012) Gi = Unpriced. (Photo = 1 189) 320 var 4 400 (€ 330)

1970 (May 2): Lufthansa Flight - the imperforate (unissued) set of two values from corner

of the sheet, also two imperforate values each overprinted "Specimen" in black, fresh and

fine, unmounted og. (Photo = 1 189) 415/416 var ** 200 (€ 165)

1970 (May 2): Lufthansa Flight - the imperforate (unissued) set of two values in Miniature Sheet

format, imprint of printed (Gehringer) at base, full unmounted og. Rare. (Photo = 1 189) 415/416 var ** 200 (€ 165)

New Zealand (see also lot 908)

1853/73: Chalon 2 d. black, reprinted Plate Proof, imperforatevon thick card paper in a fine

block of eight. (Photo = 1 189)

(*) 100 (€ 85)

1886 (Aug 10): Cover to Gordola, Switzerland fraanked by 1882/1900 2 d. violet and 6 d.

brown tied by GOLDSBOROUGH datestamp in black, reverse with Christchurch transit

cds, Locarno cds (Sept 21) and Gordola arrival. Some edge faults to envelope but scarce.

(Photo = 1 193) 6 160 (€ 135)

Nyasaland

1938/44: Definitive set of 14 values complete to £ 1, fresh mint, perforated "Specimen",

(Photo = 1 191)

superb and very rare, unmounted og Gi = £ 850. 130s/143s ** 300 (€ 250)

Palestine

1920/21: 1 m. brown, perf. 14, arabic opt. 10mm. long, a fresh and fine mint example of

this rare stamp, marginal from right of pane (position 36). Large part og. A rare and elusive

stamp. Cert. Dorfman (1980) Gi = £ 700. (Photo = 1 191) 38 * 240 (€ 200)

1922: Somerset House 10 pi. ultramarine, perf. 15 x 14, a fine used example of this rare

stamp cancelled by near complete "Ber Yacob" datestamp in black (10.OC.22). A rarity.

Cert. Dorfman (1979) Gi = £ 600. (Photo = 1 191) 69 220 (€ 185)

Start price

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177 Corinphila Auction · 26 February - 1 March 2013 British Colonies: SINGLE LOTS

189

1080 / CHF 260

1086 / CHF 200

1093 / CHF 100

1081 / CHF 400

1087 / CHF 200

1102 / CHF 100

1099 / CHF 400

1088 / CHF 400

1095 / CHF 280

1082 / CHF 280

1089 / CHF 240

1096 / CHF 120

1083 / CHF 300

ex 1090 / CHF 1'200

1097 / CHF 300

1084 / CHF 220

1101 / CHF 200

1085 / CHF 800

ex 1094 / CHF 650

ex 1100 / CHF 200


190 British Colonies: SINGLE LOTS

177 Corinphila Auction · 26 February - 1 March 2013

1107

1108

1109

1110

1111

1112

1113

1114

1115

1116

1117

1118

Gibbons 2012 Start price

in CHF

1935: 13 m. ochre postal stationery registered envelope used to Germany and up-rated with

1932 15 m. ultramarine, with adhesives and blank registration label neatly tied by scarce

SARONA datestamps in black. Alpirsbach arrival (Jan 19) on reverse. (Photo = 1 193) 108 6 80 (€ 65)

St. Helena

1860: Entire letter prepaid to Heyer, Denmark via Hamburg, with manuscript '11d.' in red

ink at upper right and oval ST. HELENA oval cachet in red (Jan 7) on reverse. Thence via

London (March 3) with red datestamp on front and Hamburg with italic 'Fr.Hbg' in black at

lower left (Van Der Linden fig. 1557, without frame) in black and Danish P.O. in Hamburg

cds on reverse. Charged 9 skilling due in manuscript on arrival. An extremely rare entire that

opens well for Exhibit display, neither the Ayre or Hibbert collections had an example of an

early entire to this destination. (Photo = 1 193) 6 300 (€ 250)

1938: Badge part set with ½ d., 1½ d., 2 d., 6 d., 1 s., 2 s. 6 d., 5 s. and 10 s. marginal examples 131s/132s+

perforated "Specimen" diagonally, 1946 Victory set of two perforated hooded "Specimen", fresh and 134s+ 136s+

fine unmounted og., together with high values from 1953 set unmounted og. (Photo = 1 www)) a.o. ** 120 (€ 100)

Seychelles

1883: Mauritius 'Sixteen Cents' on 17 c. rose, block of six, one stamp rounded corner, all

cancelled by good strikes of "B64" Seychelles obliterator in black. A scarce and attractive

(Photo = 1 191)

multiple Gi = £ 275+. Z63 4 160 (€ 135)

Sierra Leone

1912/21: Definitive set mint to 10 s. re & green on green and £ 5 orange & green (Gi = £ 400)

all overprinted "Specimen" in black or red, fresh and fine, large part og. (Photo = 1 191)

Singapore

Start price

approx. €

112s/127s+

130s * 180 (€ 150)

1998: 'Orchids' joint issue with Australia Miniature sheet, a fine mint vertical pair with 16½

mm imperf. gap in between, full unmounted original gum. (Photo = 1 191) MS948 var ** 500 (€ 415)

2000: 'Millenium' issue, complete set of four, printed in a gutter pair with two stamps on

each side from the lower sheet margin, unmounted full original gum Mi nos. 978I-981.

(Photo = 1 www))

South Africa: Cape of Good Hope

918 200 (€ 165)

1853: Perkins Bacon 4 d. blue on slightly blued paper, a superb used pair with large margins

all round, neatly cancelled by 'CGH' obliterator Gi = £ 340+. (Photo = 1 191) 4 160 (€ 135)

1857: 1 d. brick-red on cream paper, a delightful used example with large margins all round,

light cancel in black and part London datestamp in red. Rare so fine Gi = £ 900. (Photo = 1 191)

1859 (June 7): 1d. rose + 4d. deep blue + 1s. bright yellow green cancelled by triangular

"CGH" obliteration, endorsed "Cradock JU 7 1859", red "London Paid JY 29", oval framed

"P" handstamped and "Franco" in black on prepaid single weight envelope to Denmark

(over franked by ½ d.), backstamped Cape Town (13.6..59), Hamburg (31.7.) and "St.P.A."

datestamps. 1d. and 2d. with wide margins all round, 1s. with wide margins on two sides and

clear at left (slightly rubbed on top). A fresh three colour franking fully paid to destination,

6d. letter rate to London plus 4d. British share for letters to Denmark and 6 ½ d. credited

forward to the German Austrian Postal Union, who credited 2 sgr. forward to Denmark.

Only two covers with complete Cape of Good Hope frankings known to Denmark. Cert.

5 300 (€ 250)

BPA (2013). (Photo = 1 191) 5a,6,8 6 10'000 (€ 8'300)

1858 (May 21): Small envelope to London franked by large margined 1858 6 d. deep roselilac

on white tied by 'CGH' obliterator in black, reverse with "Cape Town / Cape of Good

Hope" despatch cds in red and London arrival cds on front (July 3). A scarce and appealing

cover. (Photo = 1 193) 7bb 6 200 (€ 165)

1855-63: Perkins, Bacon 1 s. deep green, a fine mint marginal example with large margins

on all sides, fresh and very fine, large part og. A delightful stamp Gi = £ 375. (Photo = 1 191) 8b * 160 (€ 135)


177 Corinphila Auction · 26 February - 1 March 2013 British Colonies: SINGLE LOTS

191

1115 / CHF 300

ex 1104 / CHF 300

1114 / CHF 160

1124 / CHF 150

1123 / CHF 260

ex 1111 / CHF 180

1105 / CHF 240

1118 / CHF 160

1106 / CHF 220

1116 / CHF 10'000

1112 / CHF 500

1110 / CHF 160


192 British Colonies: SINGLE LOTS

177 Corinphila Auction · 26 February - 1 March 2013

1119

1120

1121

1122

1123

1124

1125

1126

1127

1128

Gibbons 2012 Start price

in CHF

1861: Woodblock 1 d. carmine, a magnificent used example with enormous margins and

showing portion of adjoining stamp at base, lightly cancelled by wide bars in black. An

outstanding stamp Gi = £ 2'500. 13 800 (€ 665)

1861: Woodblock 4 d. pale milky-blue on laid paper, used example with clear to close

margins, cancelled to leave variety "retouch to lower right hand corner" clear. An exceedingly

rare stamp. Cert. RPS (1977) Gi = £ 7'500.

Provenance: Corinphila, sale 60, April 1978, lot 5432. 14ba 1'500 (€ 1'245)

1121

Start price

approx. €

1861: Woodblock 4 d. pale grey-blue on laid paper, a rare used pair, one stamp with

enormous margins, the second just touched on frame, lightly cancelled by 'CGH' obliterator

in black. An extremely rare stamp in a multiple. Cert. RPS (1947) Gi = £ 3'600.

Provenance: D. Alan Stevenson, Harmers, November 1950, lot 204. 14a 800 (€ 665)

1863-64: De La Rue 4 d. deep blue, a fresh mint block of four of excellent colour, large

margins all round, large part og. Rare and very attractive multiple Gi = £ 800+. 19 4* 300 (€ 250)

1863-64: De La Rue 4 d. blue, a fine unused block of four with 12mm sheet margin at left, large

margins all round, a fresh and fine block of lovely appearance Gi = £ 800+. (Photo = 1 191) 19a 4(*) 260 (€ 215)

1863-64: De La Rue 4 d. deep blue, a fine pair used as Fiscal, cancelled by oval "Treasury-

Cape of Good Hope" datestamp in blue (9.Jun.70). Unusual and most attractive.

(Photo = 1 191) 19 150 (€ 125)

1863-64: De La Rue 6 d. bright mauve, a fine mint pair of somewhat cloudy impression,

large margins all round, fine large part og. A fine and scarce multiple Gi = £ 650. 20 * 240 (€ 200)

South Africa: New Republic

1886/87: 1 d. violet on blued granite paper, a fine used example on large part cover, trimmed

at top, mailed to Vaalbank, Orange Free State tied by circular "Vryheid Nieuwe Republiek

Zuid Afrika / Post Kantoor" Arms cachet in brown with "Reddersburg" cds alongside (July

3) alongside. An exceptionally rare stamp on letter. Cert. A. Brun (1957) and RPS (1967).

(Photo = 1 193)

South Africa: Transvaal

26 6 800 (€ 665)

Transvaal-Pietersburg 1901: Cover to Houtboschdorf franked by March 1901 1 d. black

on rose, perf. 11½, from fourth horizontal row of the sheet, counter-signed in black tied by

PIETERSBURG / ZAR datesatamp in black. File fold away from adhesive, reverse with transit

and arrival datestamps. A very scarce issue on letter.Cert. RPS (1969). (Photo = 1 193) 27 6 300 (€ 250)

Trinidad & Tobago

1119

1122

1955 (June 15): Three perf. meter stamps numbered at upper left '2593', '2597' and '2598',

all with Specimen '00oo' print in red with full original gum, unusual. (Photo = 1 www)) 22 (*) 100 (€ 85)

1120

1125


177 Corinphila Auction · 26 February - 1 March 2013 British Colonies: SINGLE LOTS

193

1064 / CHF 350

1103 / CHF 160

1108 / CHF 300

1126 / CHF 800

1092 / CHF 120

1107 / CHF 80

1117 / CHF 200

1127 / CHF 300


194 Great Britain: COLLECTIONS & ACCUMULATIONS

177 Corinphila Auction · 26 February - 1 March 2013

1129

1130

1131

1132

1133

1134

1135

1136

Wednesday 27 February 2013, 13:30 h

GB & Colonies

Collections and Accumulations

Great Britain: Collections and Accumulations (see also lot 908 and 1123)

Gibbons 2012 Start price

in CHF

1840/1901: The splendid specialised collection in 5 volumes in mixed condition with many

fine to very fine, including 1840, 1d. black, 30 singles (including dark blue Maltese Cross

and a 1d. black plate 11, AI, (clear RPSL cert (1973) & matched with red printing) plus

two strips of three and a block of four from plate 6 (large margins, clear RPSL (2007)

certificate, repair at bottom not mentioned), four covers including plate 3 devided pair on

letter to Leicester, 1840, 2d blue , 6 singles, a strip of 3 and a strip of 3 on cover (K.Louis

BPP certificate 2008) and a block of six (ex J.O. Griffiths collection 1982, clear RPSL

cert. (2010), repair not mentioned in certificate), 1841, 1d. red including shades, multiples,

blue Maltese Cross, Penny Post handstamp, London MC with number 1-12 cpl. (plus two

covers), 1844 numeral '340' HARWICH in blue on cover, Ivory heads, marginal examples,

plate reconstruction with mostly Maltese Crosses including local types of NORWICH (3),

redirected forwarded cover from India 1846, 1841, 2d blue including London MC with

number 12 (2) , pair, block of 4, strip of four FC-FF on SHIP LETTER cover to Geelong/

Australia, 1854/57, 2d. blue perforated stars including plate 4, perf. 16 block of 4, 1857/63,

1d. rose red stars plate reconstruction, 1864, 1d. plate numbers incl.O.U.S. overprints (3),

plate 124 mint block of 6, plate 225 used, 1870 1/2 d. plate 9 used, Embossed issues 1847/54

including 6d., 10d., and 1s. each 'cut square' on cover, Surface printed issues including

a good selction of shades, plates, used abroad, unused/mint, covers, 1881, 1d. lilac mint

pair with inv. wmk., high values incl. 1883/84, 2s.6d.(5), 5s. (9 plus pair), 10s., 1884,

1 Pound wmk. crowns, postal stationery incl. Mulreadys (one mint and two used) , stamped

to order, Penny POstage Jubilee, a highly interesting collection and a fantastic basis to start

collection GB Victorian Issues! (Photo = 1 195)

18'000 (€ 14'940)

1840/1980(ca.): Collection hundreds used/unused stamps incl. definitives, postage dues,

plus selection of official stamps such as INLAND REVENUE, OFFICE OF WORKS,

ARMY, PARCELS, BOARD OF EDUCATION, and ADMIRALITY, in addition about 40

Victoria covers and 130 FDCs. 500 (€ 415)

1840/1992(ca.): Collection Hundreds used/unused stamps in five albums with better

sets and singles such as 1847 embossed issue 6 p. - 1 sh., 1867 5 sh. rose, 1883/84 High

values 2sh.&6p. - £ 1, Edward definitives 2sh.&6p. - £ 1, Seahorses, 1929 UPU issue £ 1

unmounted, in addition booklets, official stamps, postage due, Offices abroad and some

covers. Includes also sections of local issues, Channel Islands and Ireland stamps. 2'000 (€ 1'660)

1840/1985: Collection with several hundred stamps used/unused and in mint condition, incl.

several £-values and full sets, in addtion a small selection fo stamps from Guernsey, mainly

in good condtion and housed in a stockbook. 1-978 500 (€ 415)

1840/1954: Selection of 100 stamps used, including a fine Penny black, later issues with

clear centric cancellations, some with cds.'s, as well as some colonies with better Hong

Kong. 500 (€ 415)

1865/81: Covers (6) with three covers from correspondence to Calcutta with 1874 cover at

2 s. 1 d. rate (incl. late fee) and 1877 cover at 2 s. rate each franked by 1873/80 1 s. green

pl. 12, 1880 cover with scarce 4 d. sage green pl. 16 and 1 d. venetian red; 1881 cover with

1 d. lilac (14 dots) pair and an 1865 cover underpaid from Cardiff to Vienna. Condition

varies but an interesting group.

Start price

approx. €

43+ 85+

150+ 153+

166+ 170 6 250 (€ 210)

1910(ca.): Four decorative greeting cards, incl. two with retractable transparent drapery

application with flower embroidery, inside small greeting cards, in addition one card sized

like a travelling bag posted 1910, imprint 'It's in the bag', inside miniature lady's panties with

imprint "So What". 6 100 (€ 85)

1914/22: Lot 110 picture postcards used/unused, incl. unused set of British Campaign in

Mesopothamia, British Levant with four better photocards as well as small correspondenz

H.J.Bryant with 'F.P.O. 339' cancellation of Basrah/Iraq (Jan. 1919). Further two small

albums with postcards depicting 'coins of foreign countries' (Geldsorten aller Länder). 6 150 (€ 125)


177 Corinphila Auction · 26 February - 1 March 2013 Great Britain: COLLECTIONS & ACCUMULATIONS

195

MC Norwich

Plate 11

matched Pair

Plate 225

Forwarded from India

ex 1129

Dark Blue MC

Blue MC


196 British Colonies: COLLECTIONS & ACCUMULATIONS

177 Corinphila Auction · 26 February - 1 March 2013

1137

1138

1139

1140

1141

1142

1143

1144

1145

1146

1147

1148

1149

1150

1151

Gibbons 2012 Start price

in CHF

1914/18: Interesting lot 73 covers (one from Malta) and postal stationery items (partly

uprated), the major part being 'Censor and POW mail WW I' addressed to Switzerland, the lot

also includes five large size uprated 3½ d. stationery envelopes to the Record Dreadnought

Watch Company in La Chaux de Fonds, the whole housed in a box. 6 220 (€ 185)

Literature: Five books related primarily to UK postmarks, incl. Westley Postal Cancellations

of London 1840-1890, Brumell British P.O. numbers 1844-1906, Alcock & Holland British

Postmark as well as Maltese Cross cancellations of the UK. 100 (€ 85)

Channel Islands: Collections and Accumulations

1941/92: Collection several hundred stamps used and in mint condition from Guernsey, the

Isle of Man and Jersey, incl. souvenir- and miniature sheets, booklets, postage dues etc., in

two albums. 150 (€ 125)

1941/93: Collection several hundred stamps mint/unused from Guernsey, Isle of Man and

Jersey, including souvenir sheets, postage dues, booklets etc., housed in three albums. */** 180 (€ 150)

1969/97: Collection hundreds used/unmounted mint stamps Alderney, Guernsey, Jersey,

Isle of Man, incl. souvenir and miniature sheets, gutter pairs, booklet panes, booklets,

and postage due, in addition First Day Covers and Jersey Annual Booklets 1986/95

Mi = € 4'500+. 300 (€ 250)

British Colonies: Collections and Accumulations (see also lot 908 and 1123)

Australia: Queensland 1860/1903: Selection hundreds primarily used stamps with better

items such as 1860 imperf. 1 d. red, cert. BPA, the perf. issues assembled in a large variety

of colors, perforations, and postmarks, in addition official & fiscal stamps as well as three

covers dispatched between 1872 and 1879. 1'500 (€ 1'245)

Australia: Victoria 1850/1970(ca.): Selection Hundreds used/unused stamps starting

with a fine group of imperf. issues, the perf. issues collected with regard to differences in

color, perforation, and postmarks, a large group of registration, official, revenue & fiscal

stamps as well as postage due, in addition perfin stamps of the State of Victoria within the

Commonwealth. 1'500 (€ 1'245)

Australia: Western Australia 1854/1960(ca.): Selection Hundreds used/unused stamps

starting with fine group 1854/57 imperf. stamps incl. 2d. brown on red, the later Swan and

Victoria issues in multitude collected with regard to color, perforation, and postmarks, a

large group of official, telegraph & fiscal stamps, in addition perfin stamps of the State of

Western Australia within the Commonwealth. 1'300 (€ 1'080)

Australian Antarctic Territory 1957/2002: Collection hundreds primarily unused stamps

incl. souvenir sheets, se-tenants, gutter pairs, pairs, and blocks of four, in addition 250

covers incl. early issues on First day covers, covers and aerograms from different all-year

stations such as Mawson, Davis, Casey and Wilkes, stations on Macquarie Island and Heard

Island, and covers from New Zealand Ross Dependency, several covers with signatures of

station crew members and special cachets. 400 (€ 330)

Bahamas 1861: Lot 31 primarily used stamps, incl 4 d. rose rough perf., 4 d. rose clean cut perf.,

1863 Crown CC 4 d. rose unused and 6d. violet used (2); also Natal with Chalons, incl. rare 1879

1 d. on 6 d. rose 'double surcharge, one inverted' unused etc., a highly catalogued group. 150 (€ 125)

Brit. Guiana 1853/1935: Collection resp. lot with 145 stamps used/unused, incl. some btter

values (mixed quality), stamps with surcharges up to $ 5.- as well as a part of semi modern

issues after 1900, on six album pages. 300 (€ 250)

Burma 1937/1990(ca.): Collection hundreds used/unused stamps incl. better sets such as

1937 official stamps full set of 14 up to 10 r. mint, Japanese occupation Burmese stamps

1942 full set of 10 unused as well as later ovpt. Japanese stamps and Farmer-type issues. 1'500 (€ 1'245)

Canada 1851/1957: Remainder with 90 stamps used/unused (mostly), including some

better values as imperf. pairs in mint condition, heavy duplication in the modern section,

housed on a large stockcard. 160 (€ 135)

1851/1969: Selection hundreds primarily used stamps with better singles and sets incl. 1851

issue Beaver (2) and Cartier, 1868/70 Dominion issues assembled for color differences,

1897 Jubilee issue up to 50 c., 1908 Quebec set complete, in addition imperf., coil, booklet

and back of book stamps. 1'800 (€ 1'495)

1851/93: Selection about 200 used/unused stamps, incl. better values such as 1851 imperf.

½ d. Victoria, Beaver, and Cartier (rep.), 1897 Jubilee $4, 1908 Quebec set unused, in

addition some registration stamps. 1'200 (€ 995)

Start price

approx. €


177 Corinphila Auction · 26 February - 1 March 2013 British Colonies: COLLECTIONS & ACCUMULATIONS

197

ex 1157 / CHF 350

ex 1153 / CHF 1'200

ex 1176 / CHF 170

ex 1245 / CHF 240

ex 1265 / CHF 300

1247 / CHF 300

ex 1244 / CHF 150

1249 / CHF 240

ex 1220 / CHF 120

ex 1195 / CHF 150

ex 1196 / CHF 350

ex 1201 / CHF 200

ex 1174 / CHF 2'000

ex 1225 / CHF 160

ex 1253 / CHF 300

ex 1256 / CHF 300

ex 1242 / CHF 180


198 British Colonies: COLLECTIONS & ACCUMULATIONS 177 Corinphila Auction · 26 February - 1 March 2013

1152

1153

1154

1155

1156

1157

1158

1159

1160

1161

1162

1163

1164

1165

1166

1167<

1168

1169

Gibbons 2012 Start price

in CHF

Start price

approx. €

1882/1972(ca.): Interesting Lot hundreds primarily unused stamps with many better sets

and singles incl. 1897 Jubilee issue, complete set of 16 values up to $ 5 & compl. Maple

Leaf issue, 1898 Numeral issue, 1903 King Edward definitives, compl. set of seven up

to 50 c.,1908 Quebec issue, 1911/25 Admiral issue, compl. set of 18 up to $ 1, and 1928

Landscape definitives. 1'200 (€ 995)

Canada: New Foundland 1857/1908: Selection 65 used/unused stamps incl. many better

adhesives such as 1857 1 d. brown-purple, 1860 2 d. orange-vermillion unused and 3 d. green

unused/used,1861 4 d. to 1 sh. rose-lake used. An overall fine lot Gi = £ 5'100+. (Photo = 1 197) 1/94 1'200 (€ 995)

1910: Lithographed set of eleven values, perf. 12 compl. mint, 1911 set of eleven compl.

mint and 1923 part set from 1 c. to 15 c. mint, all lightly mounted og., a fine and scarce

group Gi = £ 690.

Cayman Island 1937: Coronation set of three fresh mint perforated "Specimen", 1950

pictorial definitive set of 13 mint, 1962 set of 15 values mint, all superb unmounted og

Gi = £ 305.

95/105+

117/127+

149/160

112s/114s+

135/147+

* 300 (€ 250)

165/179 ** 140 (€ 115)

Ceylon 1857/1938: Collection hundreds used/unused stamps with better sets such as first

issue imperf. & perf. definitives, 1886 issue up to 2.50 rup., 1903 issue up to 10 rup., and

1912 issue up to 10 rup. 600 (€ 500)

1880: 4 c. rosy mauve, 1884 2 c. dull green, 1886 set of four values, 1888 2 c. on 4 c. rosy 123s+ 147s+

mauve and 5 c. on 15 c. olive green, 1893 3 c. terracotta & blue-green, fine mint examples 195s+

all overprinted "Specimen" diagonally in red upon receipt from UPU, part to large part og. 197/199s+

A scarce group Gi = £ 800+.

(Photo = 1 197)

209s+ 211s+ * 350 (€ 290)

1898/1900: Overprinted set of three values to 2 r. 25 on 2 r. 50 c. yellow, fresh mint and

1899/1900 set of nine values to 2 r. 25 c. dull blue, all overprinted "Specimen" in black.

Scarce and attractive selection, large part og Gi = £ 270.

1903: Definitive set of 12 values, wmk. Crown CA, optd. "Specimen" in black, very fine

og;1908 5 c. and 6 c. fresh mint optd. "Specimen" very fine og., and 1910 set of nine values

also optd. "Specimen", with 50 c. and 10 r. with corner faults otherwise fresh and fine, large

part og Gi = £ 430.

1926: 2 c. on 3 c. slate-grey and 5 c. on 6 c. violet, fresh mint optd. "Specimen" in black at

top, 1927/29 set of five fresh mint also overprinted "Specimen" in black, of good vibrant

colour, large part og Gi = £ 265.

Cyprus 1938: £ 1 scarlet & indigo perforated "Specimen", 1946 Victory set of two values

perforated "Specimen", 1955 and 1960 definitive sets of 15 fresh mint, all fine unmounted

og Gi = £ 420+.

250s/255s+

256s/264s * 120 (€ 100)

265s/276s+

289s/290s * 150 (€ 125)

361s/362s+

363s/367s

163s+

164/165s+

* 120 (€ 100)

173/202 ** 160 (€ 135)

1960/93: The nearly compl. modern collection with several hundred stamps mint and used,

including souvenir sheets, five compl. sets showing SPECIMEN overprint as well as a selection

Federal Turkish Cypriot Republic from 1974 up to 1992, housed in two albums. ** 180 (€ 150)

Egypt 1866/79: Selection hundreds primarily used stamps incl. 1866 definitives 20 pa. -

2 pi., 1867/72 Sphinx & Pyramid 1st and 2nd Issue up to 5 pi., and 1879 ovpts; nice selection

assembled for perforation and color differences. 450 (€ 375)

Egyptian Post Office in Constantinople 1867/79: Album page with 1867 20 pa., 1872

5 pa. and 1 pi., 1874 2 pi. and 1879 10 pa. all struck with fine strikes of 'Constantinopoli'

cds's on black; also a fine October 1879 cover to Cairo with single 1879 1 pi. rose tied by

'Constantinopoli' cds (signed Todd).

Provenance: Constantinople collection (Corinphila sale, December 2007), lot 7304. 300 (€ 250)

1888/1981: Selection of better Proofs and Colour Trials, including 1888 Postage Due 2 m.

green in an imperf. (Proof) block of four, 1970 25th Anniversary of the Arab League issue,

1971 engraved printing experiment Child's face design, further Farouk Oblique perforations

1929 airmail 27 m. or 1927/37 5 m. deep red brown strip of four with interpanneau gutter

margin and one gutter pair under-printed "Cancelled", further a small collection of "Bar"

overprints and a small album with mint Sudan. */** 850 (€ 705)

1890/1968c.: Collection of Revenues with "Service des Tabacs" stamps (80+) with various

colours manufacturers and colours, Salt Tax imperforate Proofs in black on thin paper (5),

1896 Salt Tax Léicense stamps (2), 1923 Consular red overprint on 20 m. - £ 1 values used,

Russian Office Passport stamp and some modern ephemera/cinderellas. 100 (€ 85)

1919/44: Lot twelve airmail items, including early OHMS envelope showing E.E.F. struck and

'APO-SZ 11', 1924 cover to Baghdad, Imperial Airways flights, Zeppelin flight 1931, as well as

Christmas air letter and two air letters, one overprinted 'Specimen'. A fine selction. 6 500 (€ 415)

Gaza 1948: Palestine opt. on Egypt, definitive set of nineteen mint, Bar overprint 1953 set

of nineteen mint, 1953 Bar overprint Airmail set of 12 mint, 1955-56 part set of 16 values

incl. 500 m. and £ 1 fresh mint, all unmounted og. Gi = £ 340+.

1/19+ E32/

D38+ a.o. ** 150 (€ 125)

Falkland 1878/1971: Collection used/unused stamps, incl. Victoria and Edward definitives up

to 5 s., War Stamp issue, commemorative issues as well as Falkland Dependencies. 600 (€ 500)


177 Corinphila Auction · 26 February - 1 March 2013 British Colonies: COLLECTIONS & ACCUMULATIONS

199

1170

1171

1172

1173

1174

1175

1176

1177

1178

1179

1180

1181

1182

1183

1184

1185

1186

1187

1188

1938: Large part set to £ 1, fresh mint and perforated "Specimen", excluding later-issued

values (1 d., 2 d., 2½ d., 3 d.), fresh and very fine examples, the £ 1 being vertically creased;

nevertheless a rare set Gi = £ 2'000.

1948: RSW set of two mint, 1952 pictorial set of 14 to £ 1 mint, 1955 set of six mint, 1960

pictorial set of 15 values mint, all fresh and fine, unmounted og Gi = £ 470+.

Gibbons 2012 Start price

in CHF

Start price

approx. €

146s/163s

excl. 148s+

152s a.o. ** 600 (€ 500)

166/167+

a.o. ** 200 (€ 165)

1948: Silver Wedding set of two, 1952 pictorial set of 14, 1955 set of six and 1960 set of 15;

all fresh and very fine mint, full unmounted og. Gi = £ 450+. ** 200 (€ 165)

Gambia 1898: Definitive set of eight values complete optd. "Specimen" in black,1902/05 set

of 12 values complete optd. "Specimen", 1904/06 new values "Specimen" set of three,1909

set of 14 all overprinted "Specimen" but missing the ½ d. value, all of fresh vibrant colour,

fair to large part og Gi = £ 700.

37s/44s+

45s/56s+

63s+

65/66s+ a.o. * 240 (€ 200)

Gibraltar 1886/1990: Collection in red album with 1889 set of seven, 1889-96 set of 12 to

5 p. mint, 1898 with 2 d., 4 d., 6 d. and 1 s. values in mint blocks, 1903 with 4 s., 8 s., and £

1 dull purple & black on red fresh mint (cert.), 1904/08 with complete set including 1 s. in

a mint block of four and superb £ 1 dull purple & black on red fresh unmounted mint (cert.)

with plate number, 1906/12 with fine 8 s. corner example mint, 1912/24 set of 10 values

mint, 1921/27 with 2 s. mint block, 4 s. and 8 s. mint, 1925/32 set with marginal £ 1 redorange

& black unmounted and fine £ 5 violet & black (cert.), there after complete mint to

1990, a fine and attractive collection. (Photo = 1 197)

*/** 2'000 (€ 1'660)

1929: 1 s. and 2 s., 1931/33 set of four values mint all perforated "Specimen" superb og.,

1948 RSW set of two unmounted og., 1953 definitive set of 14 unmounted og., 1960

definitive set of 14 unmounted og., a fresh and fine group Gi = £ 500+.

1935: Silver Jubilee set of four values and 1937 Coronation set of three values, all perforated

"Specimen", fresh and fine, unmounted og Gi = £ 380.

(Photo = 1 197)

1938: Pictorial definitive set of 14 values (excl. 1½ d. slate-violet), all perforated "Specimen",

1946 Victory set of two values perforated "Specimen", fresh and fine, unmounted og.

Gilbert Islands 1935/46: Silver Jubilee, Coronation and Victory, all showing SPECIMEN

perforations, unmounted mint Gi = £ 420 as specimens.

Grenada 1921/55: Overprinted "Specimen" (five values between 1 d. and 2 s. 6 d.) from

1921/32 issue, 1938 pictorial definitive set mint, 1946 Victory set of two perforated

"Specimen" unmounted mint and 1953 set to $ 1.50, fresh and fine, large part or unmounted

og. Gi = £180+.

102s/103s+

110s/113s+

a.o. */** 240 (€ 200)

114s/117s+

118s/120s

121s-131s+

*/** 170 (€ 140)

132s/133s ** 350 (€ 290)

36s-42s,55s-

56s ** 200 (€ 165)

153/163+

164s/165s+

187/190+

192/203 ** 100 (€ 85)

India used in Muscat 1875/1902c.: Stockcard with India used in Muscat with 1873 ½ a.

blue or 1 a. brown used with "309" numeral, 1 a. plum used with Muscat squared circle

datestamps from 1886, etc. Condition varies but a scarce group (29 items). 5 150 (€ 125)

India 1854/1979(ca.): Collection hundreds used/unused stamps, incl. 1854 lithographed

issues, 1866 revenues used as definitives, 1895 issue up to 5 r.,1911 George up to 25 r.,

better official stamps, in addition Convention States, Feudatory States with Bhopal, Bundi,

Jammu & Kashmir, Jhalawar, Jaipur, Hyderabad, and Poonch, India used abroad as well as

some French and Portugese India. 500 (€ 415)

Hong Kong 1862/1997(ca.): Collection hundreds used/unused stamps, incl. Victoria and

Edward issues, modern commemoratives and postage dues. 250 (€ 210)

1862/1998 : Interesting Collection hundreds used/unused stamps, incl. better singles and

sets such as Victoria and Edward issues, George definitives up to $10, Omnibus sets, in

addition postage due. 700 (€ 580)

1863/1997(ca.): Collection Hundreds primarily used stamps, incl. 1863 definitives up to

96 c. used, 1876 & 1885 ovpts, Edward issues up to $10, Omnibus issues, and George

definitives up to $10. 700 (€ 580)

1863/1980(ca.): Lot hundreds used stamps, incl. Victoria and Edward definitives, later

commemorative issues, some covers, postcards, and banknotes. To be inspected. 200 (€ 165)

India 1883/1938: Lot 30 documents with different revenue stamps, including 4 A. on

insurance document of 'Asiatic Steam Navigation Company Ltd.' as well as another printed

insurance document of 'Lyonnaise d'Assurance Maritimes Réunie' bearing 8 A. for an

amount of 1'800 francs from Paris to Calcutta. 6 100 (€ 85)

(India) Bagdad, Basra, Bushire & Linga 1873/1902c.: Stockcards with India used in

Bagdad (39 items), used in Basrah with India ½ a. brown with differing types of "Busreh"

datestamps etc. ((35 items), Bushire (35 items), Linga (18 items) with squared circle

datestamps from 1886 onwards, also nine items showing "Bombay-Karachi / Sea Post

Office" datestamps from 1885. Condition varies but many fine. 5 150 (€ 125)

(India) Bandar Abbas 1885/1900: Stockcard with India used Bandar-Abbas cancellations

primarily 1873 ½ s. blue or 1883 ½ a. green cancelled by squared circle datestamps,

condition varies but a scarce group (23 items). 5 150 (€ 125)


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Gibbons 2012 Start price

in CHF

India used in Bahrain 1886/1902: Stockcards with India used in Bahrain cancellations

from December 1886 squared circle usage through to circular datestamps, including unusual

usages on 1 r. green & carmine, condition varies but some superb impressions noted (56

items). 5 150 (€ 125)

Ionian Islands 1859: Green album with study of Ionian Islands genuine and forged stamps,

with imperforate Proof in black (rare), ½ d. yellow genuine unused (15), multitude of

forgeries incl. multiples defined by Types (53); 1 d. blue genuine unused (12) and forgeries

(35), 2 d. carmine genuine unused with a corner marginal block of ten, strip of three

unused, and 16 single examples and forgeries (40), a few used examples which cannot be

guaranteed, also a few documents etc. A fascinating and interesting lot with potential for

further expansion Gi = £ 3'200+. 1/3 750 (€ 625)

Ionian Islands 1818/73: Cover selection (8) with early 1818 entire letter to Corfu

handstamped by framed FRANCA and circular "Isole/De Zante" in red, 1833 entire with

same circular marking in black and hooded Zante and Corfu datestamps on reverse, 1843

entire to Tonbridge, UK with "Posta Pagata" and hooded Zante in blue, 1860 cover from

Cefalonia to Sta. Maura with hooded datestamps in blue, 1861 rare cover with Cerigo

datestamp and "Posta Pagata" in blue, 1873 stamped cover to Syra franked by 5 lep. green

and 20 lep. blue tied by "Zakynthos" cds etc. Generally fine and scarce group. 6 400 (€ 330)

Iraq 1917/18: Iraq under British Occ., stockcard with Baghdad 2 a. on 1 pi. ultramarine

(two different mint), ½ a. on 10 pa. grey-green mint, and various values from the 1918

overprinted issue to 2 r. 150 (€ 125)

1953: Coronation set of three mint overprinted "Specimen" in red, 1954 definitive set of 18,

Official set of 16, 1955 Engineer's set of three and 1956 Arab UPU set of three all fresh and

fine mint, all optd. "Specimen"in red, superb unmounted og.

Start price

approx. €

O342s/

O379s+

383s/388s ** 200 (€ 165)

Ireland 1922/90(ca.): Collection hundreds used/unused stamps incl. 1922 overprinted

Seahorses, in addition some Northern Ireland. 250 (€ 210)

1925/40: 1940 Sword of Light definitive 5 d. and 1925 Postage due 2 d., both unmounted

mint, both showing variety watermark inverted. Opinions Hamilton-Bowen BPP (2012).

(Photo = 1 197)

Jamaica 1860: 1 d., 3 d., 4 d. and 6 d.; 1870 CC wmk. ½ d., 2 d., 1 s., 2 s., and 5 s.,

1883/90 values including 6 d. yellow optd 'Specimen', 1889 2 d. green optd 'Specimen' etc.

118w,D3w ** 150 (€ 125)

Condition variable but high catalogue value Gi = £ 1'200. (Photo = 1 197)

*/(*) 350 (€ 290)

1929/32: Definitive 1 d., 1½ d. and 9 d. values in mint set of three perforated "Specimen",

1932 Pictorial new values with diagonal perforated "Specimen", 1945 Constitution set of

seven diagonally perforated "Specimen", all fresh and fine unmounted og., with 1948 RSW

set of two mint,1956 set of 16 mint etc. Gi = £ 550. ** 280 (€ 230)

1935: Silver Jubilee set of four values, 1937 Coronation set of three, 1946 Victory set of 114s/117s+

two, all fresh and very fine mint perforated "Specimen". Scarce, unmounted og Gi = £ 295.

Labuan 1879/1904: Collection hundreds used/unused stamps, starting with interesting

group of Victoria 1879/92 issues with diff. watermarks and ovpts, then North Borneo stamps

118s/120s ** 140 (€ 115)

with LABUAN ovpts, finall postage due, many stamps with CTO black bar postmarks. 700 (€ 580)

1892/96: Lot twelve SPECIMEN overprinted values unused with part original gum,

including 1894 part set of eight, 6 c. missing as well as 1896 set of three, some irregular

perfs and slight thinnings, but nevertheless a scarce group. 2- * 200 (€ 165)

Lagos 1904: Part set of nine values to 10 s. mint, less the 2 d. all overprinted "Specimen" in

black; Oil Rivers 1892 ½ d. and 1 d. optd. "Specimen", Niger Coast 1897 set of three values 44s/53s+

complete overprinted "Specimen" with additional 6 d. yellow-brown, fair to superb, large 1s+ 2s+

part og Gi = £ 400+.

(Photo = 1 197)

71s+ 73s/74s * 200 (€ 165)

Malaysian States 1937/59: Kedah Definitive sets (3), with 1937 Sultan set of 11, 1957 60/68+

pictorial definitive set of 11 and 1959 pictorial set of 11 values, all fresh and fine, unmounted 92/102+

og Gi = £ 390.

Kedah 1948: RSW set of two mint, 1950 set of 21 values to $ 5 fresh mint, unmounted og.,

also 1948 RSW sets from Kelantan and Malacca unmounted og. and Malacca 1960 set of

11 values complete unmounted og., also some FMS values perforated "Specimen" (nine

194/114 ** 180 (€ 150)

values ex. 1922/34 issue inc. $ 5) and scarce unissued 1941 Selangor $ 5 green & red on 70/71+

emerald mint Gi = £ 400+.

76/90 ** 200 (€ 165)

Kelantan & Perak 1950/56: Definitive sets with Kelantan set of 21 mint, unmounted og., 61/81+

(two complete sets) and Perak 1950/56 set of 21 mint, unmounted og Gi = £ 400+.

128/148 ** 170 (€ 140)

Malacca 1949: Definitive set of 21 values mint, unmounted og., 1954 set of 16 values 3/17+

complete, fresh mint unmounted og., 1960/62 set of eleven values mint, unmounted og. 23/38+

Fresh and fine sets Gi = £ 220+.

50/60 ** 100 (€ 85)


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Pahang & Trengganu 1948: RSW set of two mint, 1950/56 set of 21 mint, 1957 set of 11

mint (excl. 1961 10 c.) and Trengganu 1957 set mint (again missing 1961 10 c.), all fresh

and fine unmounted og Gi = £ 215+.

Gibbons 2012 Start price

in CHF

Start price

approx. €

47/48+

53/73+ , a.o. ** 100 (€ 85)

Penang 1948: RSW set of two mint, 1949 definitive set of 20 values mint, 1954 definitive

set of 16 mint, 1957 pictorial definitive set mint, 1960 pictorial definitive set mint, all fresh

and fine, unmounted og Gi = £ 280+. 1/22+ 28/65 ** 150 (€ 125)

1938: 40 c. perforated "Specimen", 1948 RSW set of two values mint, 1950 set of 21 fresh 122/123+

mint, 1957 set of 11 values (excl. 1961 10 c.), all unmounted og.

1945/55: British Military Administration complete set of 20 c. to $ 10 values, unused mint

and of fresh colours together with 1950 King George VI set of 15 c. to $ 5 as well as Queen

128/148+ ** 80 (€ 65)

Elizabeth part set incl. high $ 5 value, all fresh and fine Gi = £ 500. 126/202 */** 200 (€ 165)

Selangor 1948: RSW set of two mint, 1949 definitive set of 21 values mint, 1957 pictorial

definitive set of 12 mint, 1961 pictorial definitive set mint, all fresh and fine, unmounted og.

Gi = £ 190+. ** 100 (€ 85)

1869/1940(ca.): Lot hundreds used/unused stamps, incl. 1906 ovpts on Labuan, definitives

up to $ 5, omnibus issues, in addition local issues, BMA Malaya, and Japanese occupation

Malaya. 550 (€ 455)

1867/1941: Stockbook Hundreds used/unused stamps incl. Straits Settlements 1867

definitives, further Victoria & Edward issues up to $ 25, BMA Malaya, Federated Malay

States 1900 definitives, Elephant definitives up to $ 5, in addition Japanese occupation.

Malta 1863/1999(ca.): Collection hundreds used/unused/mint stamps with better sets and

600 (€ 500)

singles, omnibus issues, in addition postage due, booklets, stationeries and covers. 600 (€ 500)

1878/1990.: Mint Collection in red album with 1885 4 d. brown in a corner block of 12,

1886 10 s. rose, 1899 Crown CC 10 s. blue-black, 1921/22 set of eight with corner marginal

10 s., 1922 Self Government sets incl. 10 s. blue-black (Gi 105), 1922/26 set to £ 1, 1926

'Postage' opt. set to 10 s. complete and 3 d. with inverted opt. variety (cert.), 1926/27 pictorial

set to 10 s., 1928 overprinted set pof 19, 1930 set of 17 complete (most of these sets with

certificates), thereafter complete until 1990, with 1925 Postage Due sets. An attractive and

valuable collection in much above average condition Gi = £ 3'500+. */** 1'000 (€ 830)

1882/1992: Collection hundreds used/unused stamps, incl. Victoria, Edward and George

definitives up to 5 sh., 1922 Self-Government up to 10 sh.,1922/30 definitive issues up to 10

sh., and postage dues. 700 (€ 580)

1922/70: Collection hundreds unused/unmounted mint stamps incl. better singles and sets

such as 1922 Self-Government up to 5 sh., fresh and fine. */** 500 (€ 415)

1935 Silver Jubilee set of four, 1937 Coronation set of three, fresh mint and all perforated

'Specimen', also 1948 Self Government set of 21 (2 d. value with 'extra window' flaw), and

1949 Silver Wedding set of two, all fine unmounted og. Gi = £ 500.

210s/216s+

234/250 ** 200 (€ 165)

Mauritius 1848/1948: Collection balance in a box with "Post Paid" issue re-impressions in

sheets of 12 of 1 d. and 2 d. values, postal stationery cards, stamps including Britannia issues

mint and used, 1860/73 issues with cancellation interest and a few later covers; Seychelles

1892 cover with slightly defective 64 cent franking and Seychelles stationery cards (2 with

'Specimen' overprint). 200 (€ 165)

1849/61: Pipon Bell correspondence to Mauritius, entire letters (51), mailed from variety of

towns including Bombay, Calcutta, Karikal, Madras, Pondichery; all with ships' names noted

and fine strikes of both despatch (Ship Letter marks in red) and in-coming markings including

oval "Packet Letter / Mauritius", "Mauritius / Post Office" datestamp, Crowned Mauritius

GPO etc. A fresh and generally very fine group from this famous archive. 6 500 (€ 415)

1852: Entire letter from Calcutta to Port Louis, endorsed "p. Julia", struck on despatch with

framed "Calcutta / GPO / Ship Letter" in red (April 17) and, on front with 'Crown / Mauritius

GPO' datestamp (June 5) and fine strike of "Ship Letter" in black; also an 1854 entire letter

from London prepaid to Mauritius with oval "PACKET LETTER / MAURITIUS" in black

of arrival. A fresh and fine pair. (Photo = 1 197)

6 120 (€ 100)

1858 (Feb): The world's first surcharged adhesive stamp-the "Four Pence" on green

Britannia, the study on album page with mint (3) and used examples (10) including a

rare pair-used only for a double Ship Letter fee. The pair with Holcombe opinion (1996),

further single with cert. RPS (1954). Condition obviously variable but a very rare group

Gi = £ 9'300. 26 3'500 (€ 2'905)

1858/62: (4 d.) green Britannia issue, mint examples (3) and a used example on album pages

with two further chemically treated examples with bad certificates, fair to fine, a scare group

Gi = £ 1'500+. 27 * 400 (€ 330)

1858/62: Britannia Issue, the study on album pages with 4 d. green mint with RPS cert. and

used (3), 6 d. vermilion mint and used pairs and additional used example, 9 d, dull magenta

mint and used (4), 1859 issue with the complete set of four used and the 1862 perforated set

of two values used. Condition variable but a scarce group Gi = £ 3'500+.

27/35+

54/55 * 1'100 (€ 915)