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NEWFOUNDLAND
Lot Symbol CatNo. Lot Description CV or Estimate
1041 ogbl 30 30, 1865 13c Orange, mint block of four, bright color, o.g., lightly hinged, fine-very fine accompanied by very fine lightly hinged singles of 38 and 59.#30, 1865 13c Orange, mint block of four, bright color, o.g., lightly hinged, fine-very fine; accompanied by very fine lightly hinged singles of #38 and 59. (Image) $950.00+

SOLD for $240.00
Will close during Public Auction
1042 og C5 C5, 1930 50c on 36c Olive green Columbia Flight overprint, well centered, rich color, slightly disturbed o.g., very fine an air post rarity, with only 300 stamps issued signed
Sanabria (Unitrade C$12,000.00).#C5, 1930 50c on 36c Olive green "Columbia" Flight overprint, well centered, rich color, slightly disturbed o.g., very fine; an air post rarity, with only 300 stamps issued; signed Sanabria (Unitrade C$12,000.00). (Image) $8,000.00

SOLD for $5,500.00
Will close during Public Auction
NEW ZEALAND
Lot Symbol CatNo. Lot Description CV or Estimate
1043 BK S.G. #SB15-19 S.G. SB15-19, 1935-1938 Booklets, all are unexploded, rather fresh, SB18 with small rust stains around the staples, SB19 with stamps stuck to interleaving, otherwise fine-very
fine the lot also contains two uncounted booklet panes.S.G. #SB15-19, 1935-1938 Booklets, all are unexploded, rather fresh, #SB18 with small rust stains around the staples, #SB19 with stamps stuck to interleaving, otherwise fine-very fine; the lot also contains two uncounted booklet panes. (Image) S.G. £1,750

SOLD for $400.00
Will close during Public Auction
NORWAY
Lot Symbol CatNo. Lot Description CV or Estimate
1044 c Frekkefjord, Mar. 3, 1861 stampless cover, clear strike of c.d.s. on cover to New Orleans during the Confederacy, Aachen, Hamburg and New York transit markings, bold 46 due
handstamp, some wear and light toning spots, very fine appearanceFrekkefjord, Mar. 3, 1861 stampless cover, clear strike of c.d.s. on cover to New Orleans during the Confederacy, Aachen, Hamburg and New York transit markings, bold "46" due handstamp, some wear and light toning spots, very fine appearance; an exceedingly rare usage of Norway into the Confederacy; ex-Myers. (Image) Est. $750-1,000

SOLD for $950.00
Will close during Public Auction
PUERTO RICO
Lot Symbol CatNo. Lot Description CV or Estimate
1045 c S.G. #CC1 S.G. CC1, Black Paid atSan Juan Porto Rico Crowned Circle, a sharp and particularly clear strike of this scarce marking on folded 1857 entire letter to Cadiz, Spain, in
combination franking with two Cuba 12r Greenish blue (Scott 9a), each wS.G. #CC1, Black "Paid at/San Juan Porto Rico" Crowned Circle, a sharp and particularly clear strike of this scarce marking on folded 1857 entire letter to Cadiz, Spain, in combination franking with two Cuba 1/2r Greenish blue (Scott #9a), each with four well clear to huge margins, one showing portion of right sheet margin (trivial crease at left), tied by black oval cancels with blue double circle cancel of the General Post Office in San Juan at right, nicely struck British "San Juan Porto-Rico/NO 13/1857" double-arc c.d.s. on the reverse, ms. "2/2" British rate, via London with small "Paid" c.d.s., then directly to Spain where backstamped Cadiz, extremely fine; an unusual franking of 1r local Puerto Rican postage instead of 1/2r which was normal at this period; ex-Glassco, "Murcia" and Jarrett. (Image) Est. $2,000-3,000

SOLD for $1,800.00
Will close during Public Auction
1046 c Cuba #18 Cuba 18, 1864 12r Green, an impressive franking of eight singles on entire folded letter to Cadiz, Spain, seven with clear to large margins that is configured like a horizontal
strip of seven, eighth is just into the frame at bottom right and sCuba #18, 1864 1/2r Green, an impressive franking of eight singles on entire folded letter to Cadiz, Spain, seven with clear to large margins that is configured like a horizontal strip of seven, eighth is just into the frame at bottom right and slightly affected by light horizontal file fold in cover, all tied together and additionally tied to the cover by attractive black "Franco" framed handstamp, strong "Puerto Rico/10 Feb 67" c.d.s. of the post office at San Juan, red "4R" rate hs., red London transit on the reverse and backstamped, extremely fine; a lovely and rare franking with great eye appeal; ex-Lea Leonard, Jarrett. (Image) Est. $2,000-3,000

SOLD for $1,500.00
Will close during Public Auction
RUSSIA
Lot Symbol CatNo. Lot Description CV or Estimate
1047 og C12b-13b C12b-13b, 1930 40k-80k Graf Zeppelin Moscow flight, imperforate cplt., both with large margins all around including a right sheet margin on the 80k, brilliantly fresh, o.g.,
very lightly hinged, extremely fine a lovely set of these scarce imper#C12b-13b, 1930 40k-80k Graf Zeppelin Moscow flight, imperforate cplt., both with large margins all around including a right sheet margin on the 80k, brilliantly fresh, o.g., very lightly hinged, extremely fine; a lovely set of these scarce imperforate stamps; ex-Belinkoff. (imagea) (Image) $2,000.00

SOLD for $4,500.00
Will close during Public Auction
SOLOMON ISLANDS
Lot Symbol CatNo. Lot Description CV or Estimate
1048 ogS S.G. #22s-38s S.G. 22s-38s, 1914 12p-£1 King George V, with overprinted Specimen cplt., attractive colors, o.g., some h.r.s, five values with light toning (mostly on reverse), 12p with
rounded corner, 1p with a faint crease, otherwise fine-very fine (ScoS.G. #22s-38s, 1914 1/2p-£1 King George V, with overprinted "Specimen" cplt., attractive colors, o.g., some h.r.'s, five values with light toning (mostly on reverse), 1/2p with rounded corner, 1p with a faint crease, otherwise fine-very fine (Scott #28S-41S). (Image) S.G. £400

SOLD for $160.00
Will close during Public Auction
SOUTH AFRICA
Lot Symbol CatNo. Lot Description CV or Estimate
1049 BK S.G. #SB6 S.G. SB6, 1927 26 Booklet Union of South Africa, the booklet contains one complete pane of the 1p, two partial panes of the 1p (four each) and one partial pane of the 12p (two
stamps), o.g., n.h., fine a useful and affordable alternative toS.G. #SB6, 1927 2/6 Booklet "Union of South Africa, the booklet contains one complete pane of the 1p, two partial panes of the 1p (four each) and one partial pane of the 1/2p (two stamps), o.g., n.h., fine; a useful and affordable alternative to the complete booklet, which is nearly impossible to find; the catalog value is for a complete booklet. (Image) S.G. £4,750

SOLD for $300.00
Will close during Public Auction
SWITZERLAND
Lot Symbol CatNo. Lot Description CV or Estimate
1050 c C1 C1, 1920 30c Yellow brown and pale green air post, tied along with 1920 Semi-postal set (B15-17) by BernKornhaus1.XII.20 c.d.s pmks. on cover to Tondern (backstamp of 4.12.20),
neatly opened at bottom, fresh and clean, very fine.#C1, 1920 30c Yellow brown and pale green air post, tied along with 1920 Semi-postal set (#B15-17) by "Bern/Kornhaus/1.XII.20" c.d.s pmks. on cover to Tondern (backstamp of 4.12.20), neatly opened at bottom, fresh and clean, very fine. (Image) Est. $500-750

SOLD for $1,400.00
Will close during Public Auction
TRINIDAD
Lot Symbol CatNo. Lot Description CV or Estimate
1051 O S.G. #1 S.G. 1, 1847 (5c) Blue Lady McLeod, used, with pen cancel removed, three full margins, repaired, fine appearance a reasonably presentable example of this classic rarity 1996
BPA certificate (S.G. £10,000).S.G. #1, 1847 (5c) Blue "Lady McLeod", used, with pen cancel removed, three full margins, repaired, fine appearance; a reasonably presentable example of this classic rarity; 1996 BPA certificate (S.G. £10,000). (Image) $12,500.00

SOLD for $1,700.00
Will close during Public Auction
TRISTAN DA CUNHA
Lot Symbol CatNo. Lot Description CV or Estimate
1052 c S.G. #C1 S.G. C1, 1908 Cachet I handstamp, light but readable pmk. of this rare cachet, on cover to Edinburgh, June 4, 1920 South Georgia transit c.d.s., G.B. 12p and 1p postage dues
tied by July 23 c.d.s. postmarks, blackflap torn and a trivial cover tS.G. #C1, 1908 Cachet I handstamp, light but readable pmk. of this rare cachet, on cover to Edinburgh, June 4, 1920 South Georgia transit c.d.s., G.B. 1/2p and 1p postage dues tied by July 23 c.d.s. postmarks, blackflap torn and a trivial cover tear at top right, faint horizontal file fold through the cachet, fine. (Image) S.G. £4,000

SOLD for $1,000.00
Will close during Public Auction
1053 c S.G. #C7 S.G. C7, 1929 Cachet Va violet handstamp, tied to two South Africa 12p Definitives on cover to Cape Town, ms. A.G.P. initials (Augustus George Partridge) and 21130, Capetown
backstamp of 7 April 1930, faint vertical file fold at trivial covS.G. #C7, 1929 Cachet Va violet handstamp, tied to two South Africa 1/2p Definitives on cover to Cape Town, ms. A.G.P. initials (Augustus George Partridge) and "21/1/30", Capetown backstamp of 7 April 1930, faint vertical file fold at trivial cover tear at top left, both of which are well away from adhesives and markings, fine; this is the rarest of all the Tristan da Cunha cachets, being one of only eight recorded in the proper period. (Image) £6,500

SOLD for $2,600.00
Will close during Public Auction
1054 c Met Hr.MS.K XVIIIVervoerd van Tristan da ChunhaNaar Kaapstad three-line handstamp of 1935 cover to Holland, with type V cachet (S.G. C6) in blue and April 2, 1935 Capetown
Paquetbot c.d.s., crew member endorsement at bottom left, some very m"Met Hr.MS.K XVIII/Vervoerd van Tristan da Chunha/Naar Kaapstad" three-line handstamp of 1935 cover to Holland, with type V cachet (S.G. #C6) in blue and April 2, 1935 Capetown Paquetbot c.d.s., crew member endorsement at bottom left, some very minor age spots, fine; the Dutch submarine K XVIII visited Tristan da Cunha for three days in 1935, where this three line handstamp was used in a small quantity, most being used on postcards, with covers such as this being very rare. (Image) Est. $2,000-3,000

SOLD for $2,300.00
Will close during Public Auction
1055 E 1946 Petition for Postage Stamps and proposed essays, sixteen page typed petition submitted to the Postmaster General of South Africa in Capetown, outlining the reasons for the
request and on page 6 is a card with the proposed design of nine valu1946 Petition for Postage Stamps and proposed essays, sixteen page typed petition submitted to the Postmaster General of South Africa in Capetown, outlining the reasons for the request and on page 6 is a card with the proposed design of nine values, as well as nine large size hand drawn essays (approximately 94x117mm), the tenth large essay (2d King George VI) has fallen off the pages and is replace by a photocopy, page five contains of block of ten of the 1p "Potato" label, as well as a Ty. VIII cachet and signatures of the island council, what were pages 15 and 16 (photographs) have been remounted on a single page and, for conservation reasons, the staples that bound the petition together have been removed and each page has been neatly and lightly mounted on archival board, fine; this is the finest of only three such petitions in private hands, being the most complete of the three; an indispensable item for a serious Tristan da Cunha collection and would make an outstanding frontispiece for exhibition; ex-Peck. (imagea) (imageb) (imagec) (Image) Est. $15,000-20,000

CLOSED
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1056 c 1961 Volcano Evacuation cover, sent to England, with G.B. 3p Purple tied by Post Office MARITIME MAIL pmk., with red oval Commanding Officer15 Oct 1961H.M.S. Leopard handstamp
at bottom left, trivial cover tear at top not affecting stamp or1961 Volcano Evacuation cover, sent to England, with G.B. 3p Purple tied by Post Office "MARITIME MAIL" pmk., with red oval "Commanding Officer/15 Oct 1961/H.M.S. Leopard" handstamp at bottom left, trivial cover tear at top not affecting stamp or markings, fine; this is one of only four covers which were picked up from the island during the volcanic eruption; a rare piece of modern commercial mail; ex-Peck. (Image) Est. $1,000-1,500

SOLD for $800.00
Will close during Public Auction
VATICAN CITY
Lot Symbol CatNo. Lot Description CV or Estimate
1057 nhbl 35-40 35-40, 1934 40c-3.70 Surcharges cplt. in matching left sheet-margin blocks of four, the 40c and 1.30L are from the first printing, the other values are from the second
printing, marvelously bright and fresh, o.g., n.h., very fine a rare set of#35-40, 1934 40c-3.70 Surcharges cplt. in matching left sheet-margin blocks of four, the 40c and 1.30L are from the first printing, the other values are from the second printing, marvelously bright and fresh, o.g., n.h., very fine; a rare set of blocks in pristine condition; each stamp is signed A. Diena and accompanied by his 1955 certificate for the set (Sassone #35-40; €16,000). (imagea) (Image) $9,200.00+

SOLD for $7,000.00
Will close during Public Auction
1058 nh 36 var. 36 var., 1937 1.30L on 1.25L Provisional surcharge, second printing, marvelously well centered, brilliantly fresh, o.g., n.h., extremely fine this is the key stamp to the
second printing signed Raybaudi Sassone does not price individual value#36 var., 1937 1.30L on 1.25L Provisional surcharge, second printing, marvelously well centered, brilliantly fresh, o.g., n.h., extremely fine; this is the key stamp to the second printing; signed Raybaudi; Sassone does not price individual values never hinged, but gives a 3x premium for the set (Sassone #B36). (Image) Sassone for hig €400

SOLD for $160.00
Will close during Public Auction
1059 nhbl 41-46 41-46, 1935 5c-1.25L Judicial Congress cplt. in blocks of four, all but the 25c are sheet-margin blocks, vibrant colors throughout, o.g., n.h., very fine (Sassone 41-46
Ç5,000).#41-46, 1935 5c-1.25L Judicial Congress cplt. in blocks of four, all but the 25c are sheet-margin blocks, vibrant colors throughout, o.g., n.h., very fine (Sassone #41-46; €5,000). (imagea) (Image) $2,000.00+

SOLD for $1,150.00
Will close during Public Auction
1060 nhbl 47-54 47-54 1936 Catholic Press Conference cplt. in blocks of four, brilliant colors, o.g., n.h., 25c with faint gum crease affecting the top two stamps, very fine (Sassone 47-54
Ç2,000).#47-54 1936 Catholic Press Conference cplt. in blocks of four, brilliant colors, o.g., n.h., 25c with faint gum crease affecting the top two stamps, very fine (Sassone #47-54; €2,000). (Image) $1,200.00+

SOLD for $650.00
Will close during Public Auction

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