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Lot 9263

German States: Saxony, 1830 (Aug. 23), "Bootleg" folded letter entire from Saxony to Bermuda, inscribed "By Halifax Mail" to "Edward Ward Esq./Royal Engineer/Bermudah", Very Fine, very rare, with only two covers from Germany to Bermuda recorded, .
Suggested Bid $400
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Lot 9264
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Germany, 1933, Wagner se-tenants complete (Scott B50//B54), a marvelous used set comprising the 15 pairs & strips of 3 plus six blocks of 4 and four blocks of 6.
Michel S114-W58; €4,235 ($4,750).
Suggested Bid $1,000
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Lot 9265

Germany, Graf Zeppelin Photograph Travelogue (38) photos from or of the Graf Zeppelin, with photos of Graf Zeppelin shadow on clouds, birds eye views of towns and islands, picture of man playing accordion in a cabin, mooring the Graf Zeppelin, natives, Graf Zeppelin moored in a tropical locales, photos of downtown, passing over a three masted ship, and a postcard of the Hindenburg, outstanding images, peruse at your leisure, Very Fine.
Suggested Bid $750
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Lot 9266

Germany, 1937, Hindenburg Disaster, returned mail, letter & covers, a possibly unique grouping consisting of a letter explaining the reason for the return was due to disaster, in German, with cover and two Hindenburg covers addressed to Dover NJ unposted, fresh & rare, inspection urged, Very Fine.
Suggested Bid $500


Letter reads "Since the airship Hindenburg was destroyed by a catastrophe in Lakehurst, there is no opportunity in the foreseeable future to deliver present letters by airship. We will send the 7 letters back to you"
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Lot 9267

German Offices in Morocco, 1906-11, 3c-6p25cm overprints on 3pf-5m complete (Scott 33-44), the three high values signed.
Michel 34-45; €1,400 ($1,570). Scott $1,078 .
Suggested Bid $350
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Realized $180.
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Lot 9268
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German Offices in the Turkish Empire, 1904, "Reichspost", 10pi on 2m gray blue, type II, surcharge type II (Scott 29 var.), canceled Constantinopel c.d.s.s, 15 Dec 1904, Very Fine, with 2010 Jäschke-Lantelme certificate.
Michel 21 II II; €750 ($840).
Suggested Bid $250
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Realized $150.
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Lot 9269

German Colonies: Caroline Islands, 1899, Imperial Eagle, 50pf red brown, 48° overprint (Scott 6a), tied on small piece by YAP c.d.s., 7 Nov 1899, Very Fine, signed Richter, with a 2004 Jäschke-Lantelme certificate for a complete set from which this 50pf was taken.
Michel 6 I; €1,800 ($2,020). Scott $1,600 .
Suggested Bid $350
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Realized $200.
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Lot 9270
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German East Africa, 1900, Kaiser's Yacht, 3r carmine & slate (Scott 21), canceled two strikes DARESSALAAM c.d.s., 25 Mar 1907, Very Fine, with 2011 A.P.S. certificate.
Michel 21a; €800 ($900). Scott $300 .
Suggested Bid $200
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Lot 9271

German East Africa, 1908, Kaiser's Yacht, 3r carmine & slate (Scott 41 var.), tied on piece by two bold Dar Es Salaam c.d.s.s, 12 Dec 1912, Extremely Fine, signed Bothe BPP, with 2009 Steuer certificate.
Michel 39 I A a. Michel €500 ($560) .
Suggested Bid $150
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Realized $80.
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Lot 9272
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German South West Africa, 1900, Kaiser's Yacht, 5m slate & carmine (Scott 25 var.), vignette yellowish-red under ultraviolet light, canceled multiple REHOBOTH c.d.s.s, one "socked-on-the-nose" 26 Apr 1915 (War date), Extremely Fine, with 2006 A.P.S. certificate as Scott 34.
Michel 32 A b; €370+ ($420).
Suggested Bid $150
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Realized $100.
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Lot 9273
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German Colonies: Kiauchau, 1900, 5pfg on 10pf carmine, 56° surcharge, without blue line (Scott 1 var.), type I surcharge, F.-V.F., signed Jäschke-Lantelme BPP, VERFALSCHT, falsified cancel.
Michel 1 I a. Michel €1,600 ($1,790) .
Suggested Bid $200
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Realized $100.
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Lot 9274
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German Colonies: Mariana Islands, 1900, 20pf, 25pf & 50pf with 56° overprints (Scott 14-16), "type I" Saipan c.d.s.s, 1 Apr 1901, 1 May 1901, and 11 Sep 1900, respectively, the 20pf & 25pf each on piece, Very Fine, 20pf signed Bothe, Pirl & Richter, 25pf Bothe, 50pf Senf Bros.
Michel 4 II, 5 II a, 6 II; €590 ($660). Scott $495 .
Suggested Bid $150
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Realized $140.
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Lot 9275

German Colonies: Marshall Islands, 1897, Imperial Eagle, 5pf green, Berlin printing (Scott 2a), o.g., hinge remnant, Very Fine, signed and identified by R. Steuer.
Michel 2 I; €650 ($730). Scott $525 .
Suggested Bid $200
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Realized $110.
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Lot 9276

Germany: WWII Occupation of Reichenberg-Maffersdorf, 1938, Liberation overprint on 1Kc dark rose carmine & 2Kc gray blue, o.g., never hinged, exceptionally fresh, both front and back, F.-V.F., each signed M.E. Sieger.
SG 102-103; £2,000 ($2,580).
Suggested Bid $750
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Lot 9277
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Germany: Berlin, 1949, Red Overprints complete (Scott 9N21-9N34), F.-V.F.
Michel 21-34; €900 ($1,010). Scott $697 .
Suggested Bid $200
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Realized $225.
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