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Lot 13726
Austria, 1912, First International Air Show, Vienna, 23 vignettes, various colors, difficult to assemble, Very Fine to Extremely Fine.
Realized $80.
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Lot 13727

Austria, 1917-18, covers and cards from various flying units, three covers and two cards from Flying Companies #1 (2), 11, 27 and 28, each with appropriate handstamps; also included are two cards with patriotic labels, plus an unused unaddressed official picture post card from the Committee for the Care of War Graves; interesting lot for the specialist, Very Fine to Extremely Fine.
Realized $90.
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Lot 13728

Austria, 1918-25, commercial air covers, two covers, one franked C1-3, the other C7, scarce, Extremely Fine.
Realized $65.
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Lot 13729

Belgium, 1934 (Dec 20-26), Brussels - Leopoldville & Leopoldville - Brussels, two covers with appropriate cachets, Leopoldville cover not backstamped on arrival at Brussels, Fine to Very Fine.
Muller 177, Congo 35.
Realized $40.
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Lot 13730

Bolivia, 1925 (Aug. 14), Cochabamba - La Paz First Flight, franked with 50c orange overprinted in red "Correo Aereo/La Paz/14-8-1925", tied by toothed oval Aug. 14 Cochabamba cancel, with bridge-type La Paz same-day receiver on face and reverse, Very Fine, 134 pieces flown.
Muller 7: 3,000 points. 1950 AAMC 4c.
Realized $70.
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Lot 13731

Canadian Provinces: Newfoundland, 1921, commercial cover, 35¢ "Halifax", narrow "AIR MAIL", without period after "1921" (Scott C3f), very rare commercial use of rare variety, mild crease at left not affecting stamp, Very Fine to Extremely Fine.
Scott $400.
Realized $80.
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Lot 13732

Canada, 1927-30, commercial covers, 5 covers including July 12, 1930, docketed "Carried on N.C. 6460/July 12, 1930 from Sydney NS./to come-by-chance N.F Flight/Terminated by accident/ W Nelson Bump, Pilot" with additional Newfoundland 3¢ (not listed in Nierinck), most unusual, Extremely Fine.
Realized $80.
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Lot 13733

Canada, 1928, Rolling Portage - Narrow Lake & Moncton - Grindstone Island, seven covers: Rolling Portage to Goldpines, to Jackson Manion and to Narrow Lake, all Jan 25, and Moncton - Charlottetown and Charlottetown - Moncton (both Feb 19), Sackville - Charlottetown (Mar 10), and Charlottetown - Gridstone Island (Feb 11).
AAMC 2803//2807; $390.
Realized $60.
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Lot 13734

Canada, 1929 (May 3-7), Winnipeg - Wabowden - Cross Lake, matching pair of covers postmarked Winnipeg, May 3, the first, addressed to Norway House, is backstamped Wabowden (May 4) and Norway House (May 6 and also Jun 5, apparently upon eventual delivery to the addressee); the second, addressed to Cross Lake, is backstamped there on May 7 after being backstamped at Wabowden on May 4, Very Fine.
AAMC 2923, 2923a; $100.
Realized $40.
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Lot 13735

Canada, 1958-87, first flights, about 100 modern covers, usual cachets, Very Fine to Extremely Fine, quite attractive, inspect.
Realized $80.
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Lot 13736

Caribbean, 1926-47, commercial covers, 13 covers, Argentina (3); Brazil NYBRA (AAMS NY9); Cuba; Curacao (3); Ecuador (PAGAC purple cachet); Mexico (3) & Uruguay, fascinating & diverse group, inspect, Very Fine to Extremely Fine.
Realized $100.
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Lot 13737

China, 1939 Cover Shanghai to Rochester NY, three 45c (C14) and block of eight 10c (343) tied on cover with airmail etiquette addressed to Rochester NY, Very Fine.
Realized $40.
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Lot 13738

China, 1945 Shanghai Registered Airmail Cover, to Rochester NY (18) stamps all tied by Shanghai cds, appropriate backstamps, Very Fine.
Realized $80.
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Lot 13739

China, 1947 Commercial Air Mail Cover, 641, 750, 752 & 756 tied by Shanghai cds on reverse of corner advertising cover addressed to Brooklyn NY, Fine to Very Fine.
Realized $120.
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Lot 13740

China, Airmail Cover Shanghai to Brooklyn NY, $3000 (647) in block of (15) & $2000 (697) strip of three on reverse of airmail cover with Oculists Institute corner ad cover to Brooklyn, Fine to Very Fine.
Realized $140.
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Lot 13741

China, 1948 Commercial Air Mail Cover, pair #756 & #757 tied by Shanghai cancels on corner advertising cover addressed to Brooklyn NY; faulty top edge from opening, Fine to Very Fine.
Realized $100.
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Lot 13742

Europe, 1933-63, Glider event flights, 5 items, 4 cards, 2 Austria, Short 32.2a, franked C18, C20, C21 & Short 33.5a (with red cachet), franked C16, C18, C19 pair, Poland 63.1A & Swiss Short 30.1b + U.S. cover to Germany for special Bad Neustadt flight (unlisted), the Austrian frankings are quite nice, Extremely Fine.
Realized $60.
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Lot 13743

France, 1908-10, Wright Brothers planes, 7 cards with various pilots, including Wilbur Wright in some of the earliest flights he made, + beautiful multicolor card from long set by Lefevre Utile Biscuit Co., difficult group, Very Fine to Extremely Fine.
Realized $100.
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Lot 13744

France, 1908-10, various air exhibitions & races, 8 cards including 1908 Farman's first flight, Lambert circling the Eiffel Tower in a Wright plane (3), Circuit de l'Est (3) + Rouen, excellent early aviation collateral.
Realized $80.
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Lot 13745
France, 1909, aviation exhibition stamps, 8: Nau. 8, 10, 11, 12 (2 diff.), 13 (2) including Bar-sur-Aube (2) & Dunkirk, the latter very hard to find, Very Fine to Extremely Fine.
Realized $150.
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Lot 13746

France, 1909-13, the early days of French aviation, 22 cards, all aspects of aviation, airports, aerial images, etc., examine.
Realized $150.
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Lot 13747

France, 1910-12, various airplane manufacturers, 19 cards (including 3 real photo) from these makers, Astra, Santos Dumont, Nieuport (3), Rep, Sommer (4), Tubavion, Voison (3), Werner (2) + 3 unidentifid, 2 colorful Lefevre Utile cards, an interesting beginning to this way of collecting, Very Fine to Extremely Fine.
Realized $150.
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Lot 13748

France, 1910, hydroplane postcards, 6 cards from the early days of hydroplanes, the French were working on them at the same time as Curtiss in the U.S., his were more reliable, tough group, Very Fine to Extremely Fine.
Realized $80.
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Lot 13749

France, 1911, aviation races, 9 postcards, Circuit de l'Est, Paris-Madrid (3), Paris-Rome, 4 cards between 1911 & 1922, these European air races were quite popular, Very Fine to Extremely Fine.
Realized $60.
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Lot 13750

France, 1911, Circuit Europeen, 6 cards from a long souvenir set of this important race, multicolor, difficult to find now, Very Fine to Extremely Fine.
Realized $60.
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Lot 13751

France, 1912, the Lefevre Utile Biscuit Co. postcards, 9 from a long set featuring the great aviators & airplanes of the day, beautiful in full color, mildly embossed, very popular & extremely hard to find today, must see, Very Fine to Extremely Fine.
Realized $190.
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Lot 13752

France, 1912, balloon post cards, 8 cards (1 real photo), misc. views, military & civilian, nice lot, examine, Very Fine to Extremely Fine.
Realized $100.
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Lot 13753

France, 1935-58, special exposition souvenir covers, 15 items, 6 covers, 8 cards + entry card to 50th Anniversary of Farman's FF, one commemorating Wright's 1908 Le Mans flight, useful group, inspect, Very Fine to Extremely Fine.
Realized $80.
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Lot 13754

France, c. 1909, Roger Sommer, flight endurance record setter, two French picture postcards, c. 1909, from the series, "Masters of Aviation", numbers 151 & 156 featuring Sommer at the controls of the Farman biplane in which he established the then-record of two hours, 10 minutes aloft; 151 is used, 156 unposted, Very Fine.
Realized $40.
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Lot 13755

France, 1922-23, Latécoère Flights, two covers, one Casablanca - Paris via Toulouse (Dec 15, 1922) the other Oran - Casablanca (Nov 25, 1923), the latter franked with French stamps, Fine to Very Fine.
Muller 82 vars.
Realized $40.
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Lot 13756

France, 1927, Strasbourg Philatelic Exposition, franked B21-22, registered to Belgium with Exhibition c.d.s., lovely & colorful, Extremely Fine.
Realized $70.
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Lot 13757

France, 1969 (May 28), Postal Night Flight Paris-Bordeaux, 3 covers salvaged at Orly Airport, one dirty but near sound and without marking, one with right edge burned away and 2-line black "COURRIER ACCIDENTÉ/en COURS de TRANSPORT" cachet (Type b) on reverse, and one PTT Service Cover with 2-line red "CORRESPONDANCE ACCIDENTÉE/EN COURS DE TRANSPORT", Very Fine group.
Nierinck 690528b-c; SFr 240 ($250).

Taking off from Orly airport for the postal night flight Paris-Poitiers-Bordeaux-Toulouse-Pau, the DC 4 caught fire. The 3 crew members were unhurt, but a large part of the mail aboard was destroyed.

Realized $40.
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Lot 13758

French Colonies: French Equatorial Africa, 1930 (Mar 22), Brazzaville - Paris, registered cover with printed flight cachet; backstamped Paris, May 5 (the plane was forced down several times en route); minor opening tears at top, Fine to Very Fine.
AAMC 2. Muller 2.
Realized $40.
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Lot 13759

French Colonies: French Morocco, 1925, "American Escadrille" cover, Roessler cover with a printed "American Escadrille" cachet, franked with French stamps canceled Oul(…), Morocco, Oct 30, and backstamped, Kenitra, Morroco, Nov 1; reportedly a series of such covers were made up by Roessler and flown by American flyers who were part of the French Forces in Morocco during the Rif War (1920-26).
Realized $80.
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Lot 13760

French Colonies: Madagascar, 1936-49, commercial covers, 6 covers including registered to U.S. with 10 diff. first air issues, to India "via Djibouty", to Adjutant Aviateur, Diego Suarez returned to Madagascar, interesting group, Extremely Fine.
Realized $40.
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Lot 13761

Germany, 1910-28, aviation postcards, 10 cards (6 real photo) including 2 with Exhibition labels, lovely & useful lot, Very Fine to Extremely Fine.
Realized $100.
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Lot 13762

Germany, 1912, Frankfurt-Wiesbaden & return, Sieger's set, 2 official cards, one with plane (1 Mk.), one with Zep (50 pf.), for special flights in a Euler bi-plane, Si. 16.Ab + 16.Bc (return Oct 22), from Hermann Sieger's personal collection, CV €430+, Excellent.
Realized $80.
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Lot 13763

Germany, 1912, Frankfurt-Wiesbaden flight & return, 2 official cards, one with plane (1 Mk.), one with Zep (50 pf.), for special flights in a Euler bi-plane (return Oct 22), Si. 16.Ab + 16.Bc, CV €430+, Excellent.
Realized $80.
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Lot 13764
Germany, 1913, aviation exhibition stamps, 20 including large rare Prinz Heinrich-Flug, 6 for Schleswig Aero Club, etc., well worth looking at, Very Fine to Extremely Fine.
Realized $80.
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Lot 13765

Germany, 1913, Rhein-Dusseldorf Flight with label, special card for the flight with/ 10 pf. semi-official applied, Si. 17B, CV €200, Excellent.
Realized $80.
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Lot 13766

Germany, 1923-31, Commercial air covers, 11 covers & cards including 1923 air regular to Latvia with C12, C13 (2) & C14 (6), many with 1926-7 air issue, inspect, Very Fine to Extremely Fine.
Realized $90.
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Lot 13767

Germany, 1929 (Mar 25-27), Orient Flight, franked with 2mk Zep stamp, usual handstamps, Very Fine.
Sieger 23 I.A.
Realized $80.
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Lot 13768

Germany, 1930, Imperial Navy Seaplane Base, Island of Sylt, handstamp on Feldpost cover to Flensburg; part of return address missing, Fine,

Sylt was the first German territory to be bombed by the British in World War II
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Realized $40.
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Lot 13769

Germany, 1932-68 Rocket Mail, stamps & covers, ~100 stamps (some duplication) & 18 covers + unusual large label of type 2, useful group, inspect, Very Fine to Extremely Fine.
Ellington-Zwisler $725.
Realized $120.
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Lot 13770

Germany, 1933 (Oct 14-Nov 2), Chicago Flight, cover franked 50¢ Zep stamp from Akron to Chicago (Si. 234 A) + a commemorative cacheted cover and 3 Fair postcards, Very Fine.
Realized $60.
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Lot 13771

Germany, 1934, History of the Zeppelin, 18 cards from long sepia set produced in the mid-1930s, including LZ127, unusual in this quantity, Excellent.
Realized $80.
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Lot 13772

Germany, 1936 (Aug 1), Hindenburg Olympic Flight, franked with Olympic stamps, bordpost, usual handstamp + LZ 129 real photo postcard with special Olympic cancel (not flown), Very Fine.
Sieger 427 Aa.
Realized $60.
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Lot 13773

Germany: Saar, 1928-29, Saarbrücken - Paris & Saarbrücken - Berlin, cover canceled Sep 20, 1928, and backstamped Paris the same day, and card canceled May 21, 1929, with Berlin receiver of the same date on the front; the cover has some damp staining and light toning, the card is Very Fine.
AAMC 1-2. Muller 1, 3.
Realized $40.
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Lot 13774

Germany, 1953-95, Lufthansa first flights, over 475 covers mounted on pages, includes 1953 May 9 Frankfort to New York cover, 1955 June 8 Hamburg to New York cover, 1955 Jun 8 Hamburg to New York cover, 1955 Jun 8 Dusseldorf to New York cover, 1955 Oct 24 Vienna to New York cover, 1956 Apr 23 Dusseldorf to Montreal cover, 1959 Feb 27 Cologne to New York cover, 1960 May 13 Paris to San Francisco cover, also with luggage labels and stickers, photos, newspaper clippings, correspondence, autographs, schedules, picture postcards, a massive lot well worth checking out, Very Fine.
Realized $200.
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Lot 13775

Germany, 1959-88, Lufthansa & Interflug first flights, over 450 covers mounted on pages, includes 1959 Nov 11 Hamburg to Pakistan cover, 1959 Nov 1 Frankfurt to Pakistan cover, 1959 Nov 1 Hamburg to Calcutta cover, 1959 Nov 1 Hamburg to Bangkok cover, 1961 Jan 23 Frankfort to Tokyo cover, 1963 Jul 5 Dusseldorf to Kuwait cover, 1963 Jul 7 Calcutta to Kuwait, 1964 Fairbanks Alaska to Copenhagen cover, 1965 Apr 5 Singapore to Athens cover, 1966 Mar 23 Cape Verde to Djibouti cover, along with picture postcards, luggage stickers, a cornucopia of desirable material, Very Fine.
Realized $200.
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Lot 13776

Gibraltar, 1929 (Jul 23), Gibraltar - Bordeaux, cover franked with 2½d postage tied by Jul 23 Gibraltar c.d.s.s and backstamped Paris, Jul 26; manuscript endorsements "By Airmail for Bordeaux"and "Via Bordeaux Airmail", but no evidence of having been flown to Bordeaux; addressed to Capt. T.A. Smye in Gosport, England, a prominent collector of the time; said to be "Baldwin 233 var.".
Realized $40.
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Lot 13777

India, 1933-39, Rocket Mail stamps & covers, 28 stamps & a cover, including (9A1 signed "Complete Sheet/Stephen H. Smith" & 10C1 cover), many scarce labels, unusual to find together, examine, Very Fine to Extremely Fine.
Ellington-Zwisler $700.
Realized $350.
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Lot 13778
Italy, 1932-50 aviation exhibition stamps, 49 stamps, wide range of events including a number of scarce 1947 postwar issues rarely seen, Very Fine to Extremely Fine.
Realized $140.
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Lot 13779

Netherlands, 1945-60, Rocket Mail stamps 7 covers, ~100 stamps with many sheetlets/blocks & 4 covers, good starter lot, inspect, Very Fine to Extremely Fine.
Ellington-Zwisler $525.
Realized $120.
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Lot 13780

Netherlands, 1955-95, KLM Trans-Atlantic first flights, about 100 in all, including 1946 Amsterdam to New York and return, 1946 Amsterdam to Curaçao, 1947 Amsterdam to Holland, MI, and 1952 Amsterdam to Philadelphia, 1955 Amsterdam to Aruba, 1960 Houston to Amsterdam and return; 1970 Chicago to Amsterdam, 1971 Amsterdam to New York, 1972 DC-10 flights to and from Amsterdam, 1974 Amsterdam to Toronto and return, and 1981 Atlanta to Amsterdam; 1989 Boeing 747-400 flights out of Amsterdam, 1991 Amsterdam to Minneapolis, and 1993 Amsterdam to San Francisco and to Memphis; some postcards, autographed photos, advertisements, newspaper articles, baggage stickers, labels, and brochures, Very Fine, excellent gathering of modern Dutch aviation history.
Realized $60.
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Lot 13781

Portugal, 1936-45, first flights, 8 covers, includes Muller numbers 10, 22 & variety, 27 and 27a, Very Fine.
Realized $45.
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Lot 13782

San Marino, 1931 (Jun 13), San Marino - Brindisi - Sarandë, Albania, cover franked with 1.10L postage (including 1L C3) canceled Jun 11, with two different Jun 12 Brindisi c.d.s.s on the back and a Jun 13 Brindisi Airmail c.d.s. on the front (8 a.m.); backstamped Sarandë Jun 13 at 11:15 a.m., Very Fine.
Realized $45.
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Lot 13783

Scandinavia: Finland, 1935, first flight cover, Mu. 27 FF of Aero from ABO airport with marvelous baggage label on reverse, scarce, Extremely Fine.
Realized $40.
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Lot 13784

Scandinavia: Iceland, Zeppelin Flights, 1931 (30 Jun-3 Jul), Iceland Flight, Reykjavik - Friedrichshafen (Michel 193Aa, c), 1kr & 2kr Zeppelin overprints (C10-11) tied by Reykjavik circular datestamps on card & cover respectively, each with green flight cachet and Friedrichshafen receiver (card on front); cover addressed to U.S., redirected with additional Potsdam N.Y. machine cancel, Fine to Very Fine.
Michel €260 ($320).
Realized $110.
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Lot 13785

Scandinavia: Sweden, 1930 First Flight Cover Kobenhavn to Hamburg, 10o (C6) & 50o (C7) tied by illustrated cds on cover addressed to Eienach Germany, Berlin & Eisenach receivers on reverse, Fine to Very Fine.
Realized $24.
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Lot 13786

Scandinavia: Sweden, 1930 First Flight Cover Kobenhavn to Hamburg, 10o (C6) & 50o (C7) tied by illustrated cds on cover addressed to Eienach Germany, Berlin & Eisenach receivers on reverse, Fine to Very Fine.
Realized $24.
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Lot 13787

Singapore, 1926, Survey Flight Singapore to Kuala Lumpur & Port Swettenham (AAMC 1), pair of matching covers, each with the appropriate handstamped "By Air Mail" cachet and franked with two 1c & a 2c Straits Settlements George V tied by Singapore "H" c.d.s., "6AM, 23 AU, 1926"; backstamped at their respective destinations the same day, Port Swettenham at 12:30 p.m and Kuala Lumpur at 2:30 p.m.
Muller 1.
Realized $100.
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Lot 13788

Singapore, 1926, Survey Flight Singapore to Kuala Lumpur & Port Swettenham (AAMC 1), two covers similar to the preceding two but these two originating in Tanglin with "Tanglin/ Singapore/ E" c.d.s., 21 Aug, on the front and a Singapore "H" receiver of the same date on the reverse; the Singapore "H" c.d.s. that ties the stamps (1c+3c and 1c(2)+2c, respectively) would read "8AM" instead of "6AM", but it is not struck well enough to be legible; each cover has same Port Swettenham & Kuala Lumpur receivers as the previous two; Very Fine.
Muller 1.
Realized $100.
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Lot 13789

Singapore, 1926, Survey Flight Singapore to Kuala Lumpur & Port Swettenham (AAMC 1), two covers similar to the preceding two but these two originating in Tanglin with "Tanglin/ Singapore/ E" c.d.s., 21 Aug, on the front and a Singapore "H" receiver of the same date on the reverse; and the Singapore "H" c.d.s. that ties the 4c George V, reads "8AM" instead of "6AM"; each cover has same Port Swettenham & Kuala Lumpur receivers as the previous two; Very Fine.
Muller 1.
Realized $100.
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Lot 13790

Singapore, 1926, Survey Flight Singapore to Kuala Lumpur & Port Swettenham (AAMC 1), two covers similar to the preceding two but these two originating in Tanglin with "Tanglin/ Singapore/ E" c.d.s., 21 Aug, on the front and a Singapore "H" receiver of the same date on the reverse; the Singapore "H" c.d.s. that ties the stamps would read "8AM" instead of "6AM", but it is not struck well enough to be legible; each cover has same Port Swettenham & Kuala Lumpur receivers as the previous two; Very Fine.
Muller 1.
Realized $80.
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Lot 13791

South Africa, 1925, Durban - Capetown - London, cover canceled Durban, regular & "S.A. Air Mail" c.d.s.s with special violet flight cachet "By Air Mail/ * Durban--Capetown */ First Flight/ England via Cape Town"; said to have been flown by Alan Cobham on his return to London from Capetown a year later (Mar 3, 1926), but no other markings.
AAMC 5a var. Muller 14a var.
Realized $80.
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Lot 13792

Tonga, 1926, Tonga to air in U.S., commercial cover, Tonga Sc. 38 pr. + 54, paying surface rate to Seattle, C3 placed for air carriage to Penn., a fabulous cover for collectors of either country, Extremely Fine.
Realized $120.
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Lot 13793
Worldwide, 1929-50, Philatelic exposition souvenirs, 23 covers + ~200 stamps, strength in Spanish stamps, ususual covers from Morocco, Estonia, Italy, etc., marvellous graphics on some of the cards, worth inspection, Extremely Fine.
Realized $200.
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Lot 13794

Worldwide, 1935-68, Rocket stamps & covers, Comprising material from Andorra, Belgium (including 1C1 cover), Cuba, France, Italy, Liechtenstein & U.S. (including 5A1a cover, etc.), ~50 stamps & 5 covers, nice range, inspect, Very Fine to Extremely Fine.
Ellington-Zwisler $750.
Realized $140.
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Lot 13795

Worldwide, 1935-60, flight cover festival, hundreds of worldwide first flights that includes 1939 flight cover Portugal to U.S., 1947 Turkey to Newfoundland, 1952 Lebanon to Burma, 1939 first flight New York to Portugal with Crosby cachet, 1935 Guam to Philippines, 1939 first flight Marseilles to New York, 1947 Honolulu to Japan, with many CAMs, FAMs & Clippers, also includes airline ephemera, a delightful holding of these popular covers, please peruse, Fine to Very Fine.
Realized $400.
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