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Sale 448 — 1974 Rarities of the World

Sale Date — Wednesday, 27 March, 1974

Category — Pioneer Flight Covers

Lot
Symbol
Photo/Description
Cat./Est. Value
Realized
228
c
Sale Number 448, Lot Number 228, Pioneer Flight Covers25c Black, "Vin Fiz", Pioneer Flight Semi-Official (AAMC2) , 25c Black, "Vin Fiz", Pioneer Flight Semi-Official (AAMC2) 25c Black, "Vin Fiz", Pioneer Flight Semi-Official (AAMC2) . Tied by "San Antonio, Tex., Oct. 22, 1911" Machine pmk., also tieing 1c Green #374 on creased "Vin Fiz" Illustrated Post Card addressed by Mrs. Rodgers to the "Dallas News." Used on the Waco - San Antonio Leg of Rodger's Transcontinental Flight. The "Vin Fiz", which was originally folded over the edge of the card, has been lifted on one side for full viewing. Accompanied by Photos of "Vin Fiz" Advertising and Schematic Diagram of the Plane. Extremely Rare, A Wonderful Philatelic & Historic Item from the Infant Stage of Flying Machines, The Classic Rarity of All Pioneer Flight Covers, ex Goodkind

5,500
2,800
229
c
Sale Number 448, Lot Number 229, Pioneer Flight CoversCharles A, Charles ACharles A. Lindbergh, Complete Signature on Special First Flight Cover, franked with U. S. #649-650, #C9 and Two Colombian SCADTA 15c Red overprinted "EU" (Estados Unidos), All tied by Postmarks & FAM #5 Cachet, sequence of transit & receiving marks, Very Fine. A Very Rare Aero Philatelic Cover ex Goodkind

E. 250-300
625
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230
c
Sale Number 448, Lot Number 230, Pioneer Flight Covers$1.00 Violet Brown (571), $1.00 Violet Brown (571)$1.00 Violet Brown (571). Three singles used with 50c Lilac (570) & 20c Carmine Rose (567) tied on Cacheted Balbo, Flight Cover (Chicago to Rome leg, AAMC # 1184c). Very Fine & Rare, only 220 pieces carried on this flight

800
600
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231
c
Sale Number 448, Lot Number 231, Pioneer Flight Covers, Moon Cover, Apollo Fifteen, Cover flown to the Moon, autographed by Astronauts Scott, Worden and Irwin, with Red Launch & Recovery Markings and "U. S. S. Okinawa, Aug. 7, 1971" pmk., Very Fine

E. 1,000-2,000
1,000
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