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France and Colonies

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Lot 9260

France, 1929-31, Monuments and Sites complete (Scott 247-254), o.g., lightly hinged, very difficult set to find complete with all types; tiny thins on 247A, 249 and 251, F.-V.F., 254 with 1988 Pinchot and Son certificate. Scott $2,498 .
Suggested Bid $1,200
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Lot 9261

France, 1999, Famous Personalities—Photography, doubled impression (Scott B696a var), complete unexploded booklet, unfolded; doubling on five of the six stamps, o.g., never hinged, Post Office fresh, Very Fine, an interesting modern error, accompanied by Feldman F.C.N.P. certificate.
Maury 3249Aa; €1,650 ($1,850).
Suggested Bid $500
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Lot 9262

French Colonies: Indochina, 1872, incoming cover from the U.S. (Scott 149), franked with U.S. 1871, 7¢ vermilion (Sc. 149), horizontal pair and two singles (pair with small faults and nick as it straddles the edge of the cover), used on an 1872 cover originating Winchester, Mass; 3/8/1872 postmark alongside cork cancels on small envelope addressed to Singapore by British Mail, via Southampton (4 x 7¢ = 28¢ rate), red Boston Paid and 1872 London transit on front; Singapore arrival postmark and docketing at Saigon 5/14/72 on reverse; additional non-contemporary pencil notations, Very Fine and very rare, 2012 P.F. certificate.
Suggested Bid $500

Saigon is a very rare destination for Bank Notes
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