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Lot 7098

United States, 1933 (23-25 Oct) Century of Progress Flight, Miami - Akron, 50¢ Zeppelin (C18) tied by Oct 4 New York machine cancel on dual-cacheted cover, backstamped Rio, Very Fine.
Michel €300 ($420).
Suggested Bid $200
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Lot 7099

United States, 1933 (23-26 Oct) Century of Progress Flight, Miami - Chicago, 50¢ Zeppelin (C18) tied by Oct 23 Miami machine cancel on Ioor Zeppelin-cacheted envelope with violet flight cachet, backstamped Chicago, Very Fine.
Michel €200 ($280).
Suggested Bid $150
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Lot 7100

United States, Zeppelin Covers, 1920s-30s. 15 covers comprising Graf Zeppelin (7), Hindenburg (3, one franked with a C18) and 5 Akron/Macon; mostly clean and F-VF.
Suggested Bid $200
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Lot 7101

United States, Los Angeles 1925 (21-22 Apr) Lakehurst - Bermuda (Michel 5b), cover franked with 3¢ carmine tied by red New York Air Mail Service duplex, Apr 15 (the original scheduled date of departure), backstamped Hamilton, Very Fine. Michel €125 ($170) .
Suggested Bid $75
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Lot 7102

United States, Los Angeles 1925 (23-24 Apr) Bermuda - Lakehurst (Michel 6Ac), Worden cover franked with Bermuda 2½d Caravel tied by Apr 17 Hamilton roller cancel, type b flight cachet and blue Worden handstamp "Air Mail by Airship/ LOS ANGELES from Lakehurst, N.J.", not backstamped, Very Fine. Michel €220 ($310) .
Suggested Bid $100
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Lot 7103

United States, Los Angeles 1925 (3-5 Jun) Lakehurst - Puerto Rico (Michel 7), Roessler cover with printed cachet flight cachet franked with 2¢ carmine tied by red Apr 27 New York Air Mail Service duplex, backstamped Mayaguez P.R., 5 May; minor mounting remnants on reverse, Very Fine. Michel €100+ ($140) .
Suggested Bid $75
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Lot 7104

United States, Los Angeles 1925 (3-5 Jun) Lakehurst - Puerto Rico (Michel 7), pair of Worden covers, each franked with an imperf block of 4, 1st 1¢ (575), 2nd 1½¢ (577), both tied by red Apr 27 New York Air Mail Service duplexs, neither backstamped, Very Fine. Michel €200 ($280) .
Suggested Bid $75
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Lot 7105

United States, U.S., 1928 Graf Zeppelin First Flight Postcard, #570 and C11 tied by New York slogan cancel, with violet arc cachet, Frierichshafen transit, Niemes receiver, on picture postcard of Graf Zeppelin in front of its docking station, addressed to Niemes Czechoslovakia, Very Fine and very attractive.
Sieger 22A.
Suggested Bid $200
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Lot 7106

United States, 1929 (7-19 Aug) Round-the-World Flight, Lakehurst - Tokyo, cover franked with $2 Capitol & 5¢ Beacon (572, C11) tied by Aug 7 Lakehurst duplex on cacheted cover with Tokyo receiver on front, Very Fine.
Michel €180 ($250).
Suggested Bid $100
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Lot 7107

United States, 1929 (7-19 Aug) Round-the-World Flight, Lakehurst - Lakehurst, cover franked with $3.55 postage including $2 Franklin (547) tied by Aug 6 Brooklyn duplexes on cacheted cover, backstamped Lakehurst, Very Fine.
Michel €180 ($250).
Suggested Bid $150


Included is the original letter from a passenger who flew the entire 19,500 miles, briefly describing the experience and noting that he "blew on 9000 gold backs for this." [the fare for the flight was $9,000].

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Lot 7108

United States, 1929 (7-19 Aug) Round-the-World Flight, Lakehurst - Lakehurst, cover franked with $3.55 postage including $2 Franklin (547) tied by Aug 6 New York machine cancel on cacheted cover, signed by Dr. Eckener, backstamped Lakehurst, Very Fine.
Michel €180+ ($250).
Suggested Bid $150


Included is the original letter from a passenger who flew the entire 19,500 miles, briefly describing the experience and noting that he "blew on 9000 gold backs for this." [the fare for the flight was $9,000].

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Lot 7109

United States, 1930 (31 May-6 Jun) South America Flight, Lakehurst - Friedrichshafen Return Flight, 65¢ Zeppelin (C13) tied on dual-cacheted card by May 31 Newark N.J. circular datestamps, Friedrichshafen & New York Zeppelin receivers on front, Very Fine.
Michel €220 ($310).
Suggested Bid $150
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Lot 7110

United States, 1930 (31 May-6 Jun) South America Flight, Lakehurst - Friedrichshafen Return Flight, 65¢ Zeppelin (C13) tied on dual-cacheted Canadian 2¢ Admiral postal card by May 30 Lakehurst machine cancel, addressed to Nova Scotia, Friedrichshafen receiver on front, New York Zeppelin receiver on back, F.-V.F. (stamp VF-XF).
Michel €220 ($310).
Suggested Bid $150
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Lot 7111

United States, 1930 (31 May-6 Jun) South America Flight, Lakehurst - Friedrichshafen Return Flight, 65¢ Zeppelin (C13) tied on dual-cacheted picture postcard by May 31 Lakehurst machine cancel, addressed to Nova Scotia, Friedrichshafen (2 different) & New York Zeppelin (at top & bottom) receivers on front; picture side slightly damaged from mounting, otherwise F.-V.F.
Michel €220 ($310).
Suggested Bid $100
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Lot 7112

United States, 1933 USS Akron Memoriam On USS Akron Stationery, four covers, with memorial cachet on Navy Department envelopes, 200 made, different frankings, Ullmann 5/30/33-9; minor tape stains, F.-V.F.
Suggested Bid $200
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Lot 7113

United States, 1933 USS Akron Carrying Mail Coast to Coast Franked w/ Washington Bicentennial Signed by Rosendahl, 2 covers, each signed by Lt Cmdr Rosendahl, first with complete Washington Bicentennial set, the second with a block of four of #712 7¢ black, both with backstamp "Coast to Coast Trip", F.-V.F.
Suggested Bid $150
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Lot 7114

United States, 1932 USS Akron Carries Mail Coast to Coast w/ 15¢ Columbian, 15¢ (238) with Roessler USS Akron label, addressed to Lakehurst NJ, Ullmann listed 5/6/32-1e, F.-V.F.
Suggested Bid $75
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Lot 7115

United States, 1932 Carrying Mail Coast to Coast Silver Metallic Cover, 5¢ (710) tied by May 6 1932 Lakehurst machine cancel, on silver envelope with image of the USS Akron in blue, faint violet cachet at lower left, May 11 receiver on reverse, scarce Akron cover, F.-V.F.
Suggested Bid $200
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Lot 7116

United States, USS Macon, ZR-5, covers, 29 commemorative covers + postcard + 2 photos, useful group, VF.
Suggested Bid $200
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Lot 7117

United States, 1933 (23-25 Oct) Century of Progress Flight, Miami - Chicago, 50¢ Zeppelin (C18), block of 4 with plate number canceled Oct 23 Miami machine cancel on Rice cacheted envelope, Flight cachet on reverse along with Chicago receiver, Very Fine and unusual.
Michel €200+ ($280).
Suggested Bid $200
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Lot 7118

United States, 1933 (23-25 Oct) Century of Progress Flight, Friedrichshafen - Friedrichshafen Round Flight, 50¢ Zeppelin (C18), block of 4 tied by Oct 4 New York machine cancel on dual-cacheted cover, backstamped Friedrichshafen; addressed to Hershey Pa. with Nov 18 New York receiver on reverse, Very Fine.
Michel €350 ($490).
Suggested Bid $200
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Lot 7119

United States, Hindenburg, first North American flight commemorative covers, 7 covers: 6 Welcome, one Bon Voyage, different cachets and various frankings, interesting lot, Very Fine.
Suggested Bid $150
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Lot 7120

United States, Hindenburg, 1937 May) Intended Return Flight (Michel 64A), registered cover with magenta 4-line "Failure" handstamp, postmarked (on reverse) New York, May 6, von Meister handstamp also on reverse, Very Fine. Michel €150 ($210) .
Suggested Bid $100
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Lot 7121

United States, 1973 Smithsonian Institute National Air Museum Cover Signed "C.E. Rosendahl/Vice Admiral/ U.S.N. Retired", cacheted cover from the Milestones of Flight Commemorative Series, boldly signed, he rarely signed his complete title, attractive and scarce cover, F.-V.F.
Suggested Bid $150
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