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Sale 1196 — United States Postal History

Sale Date — Monday-Wednesday, 11-13 March, 2019

Category — Foreign Mails Balance Lots

Lot
Symbol
Photo/Description
Cat./Est. Value
Realized
1492
c
Classic Covers to Foreign Destinations. 13 plus one reference item, including pair of No. 17 to England, No. 33 to Canada, Nos. 68 and 75 to France, three of No. 68 to France, vertical pair of No. 77 to Prussia, two single frankings of No. 71 to France, Nos. 65 and 69 to Germany, No. 37 to England, two 24c 1861 to England, strip of three of No. 65 used with No. 63 to Canada, some faults, overall a Fine-Very Fine appearing group

E. 1,000-1,500
1,200
1493
c
Bank Note Covers-Treaty Period. 14 covers used prior to the establishment of the U.P.U., including 15c and 1c used in 1873 to Melbourne, Australia; 12c and 2c used in 1873 to Italy; 10c used in 1872 from San Francisco to Costa Rica; 10c used in 1873 to Nicaragua; two 15c used in 1871 to Guatemala; pair of 10c and 2 used in 1873 to Peru; other destinations include England, Nova Scotia, Panama and France, some faults, one with replacement stamp, one with stamp missing, others appear Fine-Very Fine, a fascinating group, three with certificates

E. 1,500-2,000
1,300
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1494
c
Bank Note Covers-UPU Period. 17 covers or cards, including 1c on 1c Postal Card from Ky. to Hungary; two 2c, 1c and 5c used to Hungary; pair of 5c to Transylvania (Hungary); 2c and 3c to Hungary; 1c on 1c Postal Card to India; pair of 2c and 1c to Yokohama; Japan; two 4c and 2c on illustrated ad cover to Italy; other destinations include Spain, Uruguay, Ecuador, Burma, Gambia, Norway and Switzerland, also two inbound covers with one from Germany forwarded with 3c Bank Note and one with no stamps coming from Gold Coast with 10c Postage Due affixed, some faults to be expected, overall a Fine-Very Fine and desirable group showing a wide range of destinations

E. 1,000-1,500
750
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1495
c
Registered Bank Note Covers to Foreign Destinations. Nine, including one with three of No. 216 to Hungary; one with two of No. 209 to Hungary; one with Nos. 209, 212 and 213 on 2c entire to Hungary; No. 189 to Egypt and forwarded to New York; four-color franking on 2c entire to France; No. 206 used with four of No. 210 to Guadeloupe; No. 209 on 5c entire to Greece; last two are to Norway and Switzerland, some faults to be expected, a colorful and desirable group

E. 1,000-1,500
1,200
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1496
c
1894-98 Bureau Issues Registered Covers to Foreign Destinations. Six, including No. 281 used with 8c Pan-American to Luxembourg; pair of 2c and 8c on 1c entire to Hungary; 1c, 2c and pair of 3c on 10c Columbian entire to Hungary; block of four of 15c No. 274 used with 8c on oversize cover to Hungary; pair of 50c used with 5c, 8c and 15c on oversize cover to Hungary (50c defective), last bears 6c, strip of four of 8c, 10c and 15c (284) to Hungary, some faults, still a Fine-Very Fine and scarce group, especially with the 15c block

E. 750-1,000
550
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1497
c
1894-98 Bureau and Later Issues on Cover to Foreign Destinations. 30 covers or cards, about half are to Hungary with a wide range of uses such as No. 308 on registered cover, 1c Columbian on 1c Postal Card, 1894 Bureau Issue four-color franking, other destinations include Cuba, Colombia, Ceylon, Sumatra, Mozambique, Denmark, Sierra Leone, most of the aforementioned are with the Bureau issues, some faults, most Fine-Very Fine, a diverse and attractive group

E. 1,000-1,500
1,100
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