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Sale 1114 — Worldwide Stamps and Postal History, featuring the F. Christian Killien, M.D. Collection

Sale Date — Wednesday-Thursday, 9-10 December, 2015

Category — Colombia thru Denmark

Lot
Symbol
Photo/Description
Cat./Est. Value
Realized
1156
c
Sale Number 1114, Lot Number 1156, Colombia thru DenmarkCOLOMBIA, 1868, 5c Orange, 10c Lilac, 20c Blue (53-55), COLOMBIA, 1868, 5c Orange, 10c Lilac, 20c Blue (53-55)COLOMBIA, 1868, 5c Orange, 10c Lilac, 20c Blue (53-55). Each with large to ample margins all around, tied by a wonderfully struck blue "Barranquilla" in oval cancel on folded cover to Bogota, Very Fine, an attractive three-color franking

E. 300-400
1,700
1157
P
Sale Number 1114, Lot Number 1157, Colombia thru DenmarkCOSTA RICA, 1943-47, 1c, 10c, 65c, 1col, 1.15col Portrait Issue, Large Die Proofs (224P, 231P, C81P, C86P, C89P), COSTA RICA, 1943-47, 1c, 10c, 65c, 1col, 1.15col Portrait Issue, Large Die Proofs (224P, 231P, C81P, C86P, C89P)COSTA RICA, 1943-47, 1c, 10c, 65c, 1col, 1.15col Portrait Issue, Large Die Proofs (224P, 231P, C81P, C86P, C89P). Printed on India paper and die sunk on 90 x 150mm card, couple slightly shorter, each with plate no. inscription at top, all but 1.15col with dates between Mar. 17-May 6, 1943 on reverse, 65c with some tone marks not affecting design, same with 1c and 1.15col to a much lesser extent, still Very Fine, originating from a new find from the estate of Leo C. Kauffmann who was an engraver at the American Bank Note Company

E. 300-400
170
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1158
c
Sale Number 1114, Lot Number 1158, Colombia thru DenmarkCZECHOSLOVAKIA, 1930s, 50h Masaryk Postal Cards, "Specimen" Overprint, CZECHOSLOVAKIA, 1930s, 50h Masaryk Postal Cards, "Specimen" OverprintCZECHOSLOVAKIA, 1930s, 50h Masaryk Postal Cards, "Specimen" Overprint. Seven, two different indicias, each with different scenes at left, with "Specimen" in green, Very Fine, a scarce grouping, these were distributed by the UPU for postal archives of Portuguese Colonies

E. 500-750
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1159
c
Sale Number 1114, Lot Number 1159, Colombia thru DenmarkCZECHOSLOVAKIA, Czechoslovak Legion Post, 1919-20, 25k-1r Irkutsk Issue (1-3; Michel 1-3), CZECHOSLOVAKIA, Czechoslovak Legion Post, 1919-20, 25k-1r Irkutsk Issue (1-3; Michel 1-3)CZECHOSLOVAKIA, Czechoslovak Legion Post, 1919-20, 25k-1r Irkutsk Issue (1-3; Michel 1-3). Single of each with large margins, 1r with pre-printing paperfold, tied by Czechoslovak Field Post cancels on redirected cover to Prague, additional military markings and label reading "By Military Mail to Prague," red manuscript indicating it was mailed on ship "Cape Town Maru," Fine, a scarce cover

E. 400-500
250
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1160
c
Sale Number 1114, Lot Number 1160, Colombia thru DenmarkCZECHOSLOVAKIA, Czechoslovak Legion Post, 1920, 25k Carmine, Perforated 11-1/2 (1a; Michel 4A), CZECHOSLOVAKIA, Czechoslovak Legion Post, 1920, 25k Carmine, Perforated 11-1/2 (1a; Michel 4A)CZECHOSLOVAKIA, Czechoslovak Legion Post, 1920, 25k Carmine, Perforated 11-1/2 (1a; Michel 4A). Tied by machine cancel on 1920 picture postcard of T.G. Masaryk to Czechoslovakia, written in Vladisvostok, Fine, a scarce usage

E. 200-300
300
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1161
c
Sale Number 1114, Lot Number 1161, Colombia thru DenmarkDANISH WEST INDIES, 1900, 5c Light Blue (22; Facit 21), DANISH WEST INDIES, 1900, 5c Light Blue (22; Facit 21)DANISH WEST INDIES, 1900, 5c Light Blue (22; Facit 21). Single with 1902 8c on 10c Blue & Brown (28; Facit 27), each tied by "St. Thomas 16 10 1902" circular datestamps on registered cover to Lorain Ohio, New York transit and Lorain arrival backstamps, Very Fine

E. 200-300
0
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1162
c
Sale Number 1114, Lot Number 1162, Colombia thru DenmarkDENMARK, 1851, 2rs Blue, First Printing (1a; Facit 1II), DENMARK, 1851, 2rs Blue, First Printing (1a; Facit 1II)DENMARK, 1851, 2rs Blue, First Printing (1a; Facit 1II). Three full to large margins, close at bottom, especially rich color and highly detailed impression, tied by target cancel on local folded cover, blue oval "F 9 11 53 B" handstamp, stamp has subsequently been lifted and replaced slightly off but on original cover, Fine, with 1980 Friedl certificate (not mentioning stamp being lifted) and 2015 Moller certificate

E. 400-500
425
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1163
c
Sale Number 1114, Lot Number 1163, Colombia thru DenmarkDENMARK, 1858-62, 8s Green (8; Facit 8), DENMARK, 1858-62, 8s Green (8; Facit 8)DENMARK, 1858-62, 8s Green (8; Facit 8). Horizontal pair with 1865 3s Red Violet (12; Facit 12) and nine examples of 1864 4s Red (13; Facit 13), all cancelled or tied by "1" in target cancel and Copenhagen cancels at left on 1867 cover to Millerton Cal., Lubeck backstamp and New York transit, cover and stamps with varying degree of faults incl. 8s with one stamp folded over cover and torn, still a Fine and scarce usage, signed Osper BPP

E. 500-750
300
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