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Sale 1214 — Worldwide Stamps and Postal History

Sale Date — Tuesday-Thursday, 10-12 December, 2019

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Category — Collections and Accumulations - Colombia thru Germany and Area

Lot
Symbol
Photo/Description
Cat./Est. Value
Realized
1831
 
Colombia Impressive Group of Classics, 1859-1864. Over 60 items neatly mounted on black stockcards, wide range of material mainly from the first three issues of 1859, 1860 and 1861, though a few items from the fourth and sixth issues, with both unused and used, some better cancels and even mixed first and second issue combination on piece, better unused singles incl. No. 6 (5), 9 (4), 11 (11), 17 (2) and 18 (2), both with and without gum, incl. detailed descriptions of items, some faults to be expected but much is Fine or better, the total catalogue easily exceeds $13,000.00 with no premium for rare cancels or mixed combinations

E. 2,000-3,000
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1832
 
Colombia Small Balance. Incl. Knox Martin (No. C1) cover from Pos. 10 (toned), two unsurcharged Curtiss promotional labels (not those selected for surcharging), No. C11 unused strip of three with slight kiss impression, used single and four covers, three certificates accompany, Fine-Very Fine

E. 400-500
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1833
 
Colombia, Consular Overprints - Small Stamp Balance. Most neatly mounted on pages, highest value in Cuba with and without period, some United States incl. five with red overprints, Netherlands and Germany (lithographed in Berlin), predominately used, small faults to be expected, mostly Fine or better, the total catalogue value exceeds $1,250.00

E. 400-500
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1834
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Colombia, SCADTA Cover Balance. Nineteen items consisting of fifteen covers and four cover fronts, ten of which have Consular Overprint stamps, better items noticed incl. No. C34-C35 on front, couple taxed registered uses, Great Britain with violet and black overprints, Panama with "Servicio Postal Aereo de Colombia, Panama" experimental cancel, three-country franking from Canada via Canal Zone, No. CLE28, and 1930 U.S. meter mail combination and more, incl. detailed descriptions for most covers, mostly Fine or better, a wonderful grouping of better covers

E. 2,000-3,000
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1835
 
Danish West Indies Used Collection. On Schaubek pages, all of the major numbers present, plus several varieties, some of which are still on the original auction lot cards, a few covers, also a second collection on Scott pages, slightly mixed condition, but the better stamps are usually Fine-Very Fine

E. 1,000-1,500
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1836
 
Egypt Used Collection. To about 1950 on Schaubek pages, nice representation of major numbers, with a few varieties, includes the 1926 Port Fouad set (signed Angeloglu and A. Brun), plus the three low values on a first day cover, Air Post (including a few covers), Officials, and Occupation issues, largely Fine-Very Fine

E. 1,000-1,500
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1837
 
Ethiopia Used Collection. To about 1950 on Schaubek pages, solid run of early stamps, all of which were vetted by Ulf Lindahl for genuineness of the stamp, overprint, and cancel, includes No. 94-100 on cover, and a useful array of later 20th Century sets, most Fine-Very Fine, difficult to obtain with the stamps already checked for genuineness

E. 500-750
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1838
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Europe Collections. Unused collections of Italy (four Davo hingeless albums), Belgium (two Davo hingeless albums), Germany (one Davo hingeless album), and France (one Scott album), some early stamps in mixed quality, later unused sets, Germany includes the IPOSTA and Nothilfe souvenir sheets (small faults), some Mint N.H., 20th Century largely Fine-Very Fine

E. 2,000-3,000
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1839
 
Europe Assortment. Most of the value in 20th Century unused and used sets and singles, better countries include France (with the 1917 5fr + 5fr Orphan used), Belgium, Netherlands (including 1913 King William set unused), Italy, and others, a few covers, largely Fine-Very Fine, a highly saleable group

E. 1,500-2,000
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1840
 
French Colonies General Issue Used Collection. On Schaubek pages, over 100 stamps with slight duplication, includes two 1872 5c Yellow Green (one with Roumet certificate) and 1876 2c Red Brown with Roumet certificate, Peace & Commerce issue and Postage Dues, somewhat mixed condition,though the better stamps have four margins and are Very Fine

E. 400-500
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1841
 
French Offices in China Used Collection. On Schaubek pages, includes the general issues, as well as the individual post office overprints, generally lacking only the rarities for completion, does includes most of the key overprints of the Peace & Commerce stamps, better stamps usually signed, three with certificates, slightly mixed quality, majority Fine-Very Fine

E. 2,000-3,000
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1842
 
French Offices in the Middle East Used Collection. On Schaubek pages, includes offices in Turkey, Morocco, Egypt and Crete, high degree of completion for major Scott numbers, slightly duplication and two covers, most Fine-Very Fine

E. 750-1,000
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1843
 
French Offices in Zanzibar Used Collection. On Schaubek pages, the 1894, 1896, and 1902-03 issues are just about complete, including Postage Dues, plus a little duplication, and six stamps from the 1897 or 1904 Surcharges, better stamps generally signed, one with certificate, a few minor faults, largely Fine-Very Fine

E. 500-750
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1844
 
French Colonies Valuable Used Collection. In six Schaubek albums, loaded with scarce and elusive stamps cataloguing hundreds of dollars each, from the earliest issues through the colonial period, many were bought one-at-a-time from auction houses or reliable dealers, nearly all of the higher valued stamps are signed and/or with a certificate, condition is better than usually found, the vast majority Fine-Very Fine, the total catalogue value and resale potential is quite high, would make an ideal basis for expanding into an advanced collection of used French Colonies

E. 20,000-30,000
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1845
 
French Colonies Collection. Mostly unused, neatly laid out in a stockbook, emphasis is on French Africa, but other areas represented including Offices in China, many 19th Century stamps cataloguing in the $100.00-$500.00 range, some higher, useful 20th Century sets and singles, some varieties and covers, better overprints usually signed by French experts, two with certificates, vast majority Fine-Very Fine, a clean and highly saleable collection of this popular area

E. 4,000-5,000
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1846
 
French Polynesia Unused Collection, 1958-2009. Neatly mounted in two hingeless Lighthouse albums, appearing complete and Mint N.H. for the entire period (missing couple stray modern Official stamps), incl. unissued 1973 50fr 2nd Medical Conference (Maury 93A, €7,850) with 1995 Calves certificate, plus Back-of-Book with complete unexploded booklets incl. Maury Nos. 4 (3 at €425 each) and 6 (€500) and stationery, mostly Very Fine

E. 1,500-2,000
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1847
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French Polynesia Complete Panes. About 70 Mint N.H. complete panes from the period 1984-2014, variety of topics from this attractive French Territory, Very Fine, Scott Retail as singles exceeds $2,700.00

E. 400-500
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1848
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French Southern & Antarctic Territories Complete Unused Collection, 1955-2019. Appearing complete to date, all Mint N.H. and neatly mounted on stockpages, incl. Back-of-Book Air Posts and souvenir sheets, Very Fine, a pristine collection of this attractive Territory

E. 750-1,000
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1849
 
Germany Extensive Collection. To 2017 in ten Scott albums, features all aspects of German collecting, including States, Empire, Third Reich, Post-War (including BDR, DDR and Berlin), Colonies, Offices Abroad, Occupations, etc., generally lacking the scarcest stamps, otherwise very well-filled with unused or used, also includes an unusually strong showing of Scott-unlisted World War II locals, with the better overprints expertized (usually Sturm BPP or Zierer BPP), 19th Century in mixed quality, 20th Century largely Fine-Very Fine, with much of the post-war Mint N.H.

E. 4,000-5,000
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1850
 
Germany Mostly 20th Century Assortment. Value in unused Third Reich, with 1933 Wagner Semi-postal set (all Mint N.H. except 20pf with small offset on gum), other 1930s issues including Zeppelins, commercial and philatelic covers, postal stationery, etc., largely Fine-Very Fine

E. 750-1,000
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1851
 
German Colonies and Offices Used Collection. On Schaubek pages, comprehensive collection from all colonies, as well as Offices in China, Morocco, and Turkey, includes the early overprint sets and the Kaiser Yacht sets to the 5-mark, better items usually expertized by the German experts, includes Caroline Islands 1899 3pf (Bothe certificate), the rare 1910 5pf on 3pf Provisional on cover (Friedl certificate), Kiauchau 1905 $2-1/2 Kaiser Yacht (signed Thier, Kosack and Bothe), Mariana Islands 1899 5pf and 25pf (both with Jaschke-Lantelme certificates), Marshall Islands 1897 3pf Jaluit printing (signed Bothe), the entire set of 1901 Kaiser Yacht's on one cover, and more, overwhelmingly Fine-Very Fine, an impressive lot containing many scarce items

E. 4,000-5,000
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1852
 
German Colonies Collection. Mostly unused, neatly laid out in a stockbook, with good representation from all colonies and offices, lacking the rarities, otherwise quite comprehensive, with the early overprints and Kaiser Yacht sets, a few varieties, British Occupation overprints (G.R.I.), and Plebiscites, a couple covers, vast majority Fine-Very Fine

E. 2,000-3,000
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1853
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German Colonies Unused Collection. On album pages, representation from all colonies and offices except Asia (Offices in China and Kiauchau), lacking the rarities, otherwise just about complete, with the early overprint sets and Kaiser Yachts, slightly mixed quality, a tiny number with faint toning, majority Fine-Very Fine

E. 1,500-2,000
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1854
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German Occupation of Lithuania Unused Collection. 1941 issues, mostly the definitive sets with the different city overprints, also a nice representation of the Telschen building issue (Michel 11/25), which includes a few used, some varieties, multiples including strips of three showing the different types, most of the better stamps signed (usually Krischke) and seven Krischke certificates accompany, most Mint N.H., Fine-Very Fine, overall a nice representative collection of these scarce and difficult stamps

E. 2,000-3,000
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