Sale 744


 
 
Lot 403



Haiti, Outstanding Pre-Philatelic Postal History Collection, 1755-1802, remarkable collection of Saint Domingue as a French Colony, comprising 31 folded letters or letter sheets, including an excellent range of 21 town handstamps, with "Le Cap" (Jamet 4), "Cap" (2, both Jamet 6), "Cap" (2, Jamet 10 and 12), "Cap Français J. St. D." (2, both Jamet 13), "Fd. Des Neig." albino impression (Jamet 2), "Mole" (Jamet 1), "Pt. Goave" (Jamet 2), "Jaquemel" with reversed "J" (3, all Jamet 2), "Jacmel" (Jamet 10, Rarity 6), "Jeremie" (Jamet 2), "Leogane" (2, Jamet 4 and 6), "Port au Pce." (2, both Jamet 11), "St. Louis" (Jamet 5), and "St. Marc" (Jamet 5), also five French Colonies entry handstamps for mail to France; a highly appealing representation from what was an exotic French Colony in the eighteenth century, Fine to Very Fine, see all items online.
Estimate $2,000 - 2,500.

 
Realized $1,700



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