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Airmail and Back-of-the-Book
 
 
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Lot 314

Airmail, 1923, 24¢ carmine (Scott C6), posted at sea, received at Halifax and franked with pair Great Britain 1½d (161) and 24¢ airmail addressed to San Francisco CA, possibly unique, Very Fine.
Scott $43.
Estimate $750 - 1,000.
Realized $400.
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Lot 315

Airmail, 1930, 65¢ Graf Zeppelin (Scott C13), desirable example on postcard to Germany, tied by neat "New York, Grand Central Sta., May 11, 1930" duplex cancellation, Extremely Fine.
Scott $160.
Estimate $200 - 300.
Realized $200.
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Lot 316

Airmail, 1930, 65¢ Graf Zeppelin, FDC (Scott C13), tied by Apr 19 1930 Washington DC slogan cancel on postal card with Round Trip & South America flight cachets, addressed to Berlin Germany, Fine to Very Fine.
Scott $1,000.
Estimate $350 - 500.
Realized $275.
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Lot 317

Airmail, 1930, $1.30 Graf Zeppelin (Scott C14-C15), stunning Pan-American flight cover addressed to Philadelphia, PA; the two stamps neatly tied by "New York, Varick St. Sta., Apr. 28, 1930" duplex cancellations; an eye catching Zeppelin cover that would enhance any great collection, Very Fine.
Scott $900.
Estimate $750 - 1,000.
Realized $450.
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Lot 318

Airmail, 1930, $2.60 Graf Zeppelin (Scott C15), attractive example tied on 1930 flight cover to Massillon, Ohio by "Varick St. Sta., N.Y., May 6, 1930" slogan cancellation, Very Fine to Extremely Fine.
Scott $575.
Estimate $300 - 400.
Realized $225.
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Lot 319

Crash Covers, 1929, Crash in Park City UT, CAM 18, San Francisco to Chicago, Pilot R.T. Freng crashed his plane due to snowstorm, 1026 lbs of mail in burned condition was salvaged, Fine to Very Fine.
AAMC 29.7.
Estimate $400 - 600.
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Lot 320

Offices in China, 1919, 4¢ on 2¢ rose (Scott K2), six singles of 4¢ stamp tied to cover by "U.S. Postal Agency Shanghai China" registry ovals, addressed to Cleveland OH, Fine to Very Fine, with 2015 P.F. certificate.
Scott $420.
Estimate $500 - 750.
Realized $250.
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Lot 321

Offices in China, 1919, 18¢ on 9¢ salmon red (Scott K9), also 4¢ (K2) & 2¢ (K1) lightly cancelled on registered cover from Shanghai to Scotia NY, purple registered boxed and straight line; small tear K2 bottom left, Very Fine.
Scott $315.
Estimate $800 - 1,200.
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Lot 322

Official Seal, 1877, brown (Scott OX1), tied by "New Haven Conn May 15" c.d.s. on reverse, on cover carried outside the mail, with 1879 enclosure on New Haven Postmaster letterhead, Fine to Very Fine, extremely rare, with 2018 P.F. certificate.
Scott $1,000.
Estimate $1,500 - 2,000.
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Lot 323

Hussey's Post, 1878, carmine (Scott 87L62), tied to cover by purple "Hussey's Special Messenger Express/Paid/54 Pine Str.", addressed to 46 Pine Street New York City, Very Fine, a GEM!
Scott $200.
Estimate $250 - 350.
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