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Lot 12661

Switzerland, 1905-07, 5c Numeral & 5c Tell's Son, private vending machine coils (Scott 115 (2), 128 vars.), three picture postcards sent from Territet to Sweden in 1905, 1906 & 1907, each franked with a vertical pair of 5c stamps dispensed from an early vending machine, F.-V.F., very scarce, .
Suggested Bid $80
Realized $40.
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Lot 12662

Switzerland, 1926, Pro Juventute complete (Scott B37-B40), tied on 20¢ picture postal card by multiple Basel 2.XII.26 (second day of usage) circular datestamps, Very Fine.
Michel 218-221. Zumstein 37-40.
Suggested Bid $110
Realized $55.
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Lot 12663
Switzerland, 1929 First Flight Zumstein to Basel National Festival, C3 tied to official 25c postcard, reverse shows soldier saying good bye to family, F.-V.F.
Suggested Bid $40
Realized $45.
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Lot 12664
Switzerland, Revenue, 1890, St. Gallen Embroidery stamps, 7 different values, 20rp-10fr, 50 of each in blocks of 25, mint, o.g., never hinged except the 20rp canceled to order "Joh. Steigrt-Weyer/ Flawil"; 20rp block with crease/tear affecting four stamps, one 50r block is of 49 plus single, otherwise F.-V.F. 1949 Schaufelberger CF1750); a scarce holding.
Suggested Bid $80
Realized $90.
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