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Lot 9568
Austria, ca. 1911, song sheet picturing an airship over Schönbrunn Palace, bi-fold folder containing words and music to "Flieger-Marsch" from the operetta "Der Fliegende Rittsmeister", dedicated to the Imperial Flying Corps, 1911 copyright; partly separated vertically, Fine and rare.
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Lot 9569

Austria, 1950, 10s Costumes high value (Scott 556), o.g., never hinged, Fine to Very Fine.
Scott $40.
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Lot 9570

Austria, 1950, Carinthia Plebiscite complete (Scott B269-B271), o.g., lightly hinged, Very Fine.
Michel 952-954.
Scott $120 for NH.
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Lot 9571
Austria, 1912, First International Air Show, Vienna, 23 vignettes, various colors, difficult to assemble, Very Fine to Extremely Fine.
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Lot 9572

Austria, 1966 post card with autographs of 2 Gemini astronauts, including Frank Borman and Wally Shirra. Minor card crease at top, otherwise Very Fine.
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Lot 9573

Austria, Postal History Large Accumulation, over 1500 covers, with early postal history from the 1860s to the 1950s; includes early stamped folded letters, postal stationery cards, postcards, Revenues on documents, WWI and WWII Feldpost, commemorative cancels, a large group of 1980s commercial covers addressed to Finland and Australia from a variety of towns, and much, much more, Fine to Very Fine+, an excellent opportunity at a low opening price.
Estimate $300 - 400.
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Lot 9574
Austria, Collection, 1945-84, in Lighthouse album of post WWII issues starting with a few of the Nazi issues and proceeding through most of the modern issues with many fresh issues in reverse chronological order, containining 500-515, 520-56, B245-51, B260-63, B269-71 and B273-76, o.g., many never hinged, generally Fine to Very Fine.
Estimate $300 - 400.
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Lot 9575

Austrian Offices in the Turkish Empire, 1888-93, two covers with wafer seals (Scott 14, 26), 1888 pair Sc. 14 on part wrapper with photographer's wafer + 1893 Sc. 26 registered to Germany with regular. label and jeweler/watchmaker seal on flap (tear upper right not affecting), a very rare pair, Very Fine.
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