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Lot 830

Airmail, 1930, $2.60 Graf Zeppelin (Scott C15), uncanceled over Varick St. Sta. N.Y. postmark (it is likely the stamp did not originate on cover), on large legal size air mail envelope with appropriate first Europe Pan-America round flight and red Luftschiff Graf Zeppelin Sudamerikafahrt cachets, type address to Worcester, Mass, Fine to Very Fine.
Scott $525.
Estimate $250 - 350.
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Lot 831

1930 (Jun 3-5), Europe-Pan-American Flight, Return Flight, Lakehurst to Seville (Michel 67 Jb), cover with printed Klotzbach Zeppelin cachet franked with a $1.30 Zeppelin (C14) tied by New York machine cancel, Jun 2, and by Jun 7 Seville receiver, with U.S. return flight cachet and green Jun 23 New York Zeppelin receiver, Fine to Very Fine.
Michel €400 ($450).
Estimate $250 - 350.
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Lot 832

1930 (Jun 3-5), Europe-Pan-American Flight, Return Flight, Lakehurst to Seville (Michel 67 Jb), cover with printed Klotzbach Zeppelin cachet franked with a $1.30 Zeppelin (C14) tied by Lakehurst flag cancel, Jun 1, with U.S. return flight cachet and green Jun 23 New York Zeppelin receiver, backstamped Seville, Jun 7, Fine to Very Fine.
Michel €400 ($450).
Estimate $250 - 350.
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Lot 833

1930 (Jun 3-5), Europe-Pan-American Flight, Return Flight, Lakehurst to Seville (Michel 67 Jb var.), cover with printed Klotzbach Zeppelin cachet franked with a pair of 65¢ Zeppelins (C13) tied by Lakehurst flag cancel, Jun 1, with U.S. return flight cachet and green Jun 23 New York Zeppelin receiver, backstamped Seville, Jun 7.
Estimate $250 - 350.
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Lot 834

1930 (Jun 3-6), Europe-Pan-American Flight, Return Flight, Lakehurst to Friedrichshafen (Michel 68 Ja, Jb), airmail postcard & envelope franked with, respectively, 65¢ & 1.30 Zeppelins (C13-C14) tied by Lakehurst flag cancels with U.S. and German cachets, along with Jun 6 Friedrichshafen receivers, Fine to Very Fine.
Michel €400 ($450).
Estimate $400 - 600.
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Lot 835

1930 (Jun 3-6), Europe-Pan-American Flight, Return Flight, Lakehurst to Friedrichshafen (Michel 68 Jb), cover with printed Klotzbach Zeppelin cachet franked with a $1.30 Zeppelin (C14) tied by Lakehurst flag cancel, Jun 1, with U.S. return flight and German cachets and Berlin Airmail cachet, backstamped Friedrichshafen, Jun 6, and Berlin, Jun 7, Fine to Very Fine.
Michel €250 ($280).
Estimate $300 - 400.
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Lot 836

1930 (Jun 3-6), Europe-Pan-American Flight, Return Flight, Lakehurst to Friedrichshafen (Michel 68 Jb var.), cover with printed Klotzbach Zeppelin cachet franked with a pair of 65¢ Zeppelins (C13) tied by Lakehurst flag cancel, Jun 1, with U.S. return flight and German cachets and Berlin Airmail cachet, backstamped Friedrichshafen, Jun 6, and Berlin, Jun 7, Very Fine.
Michel €250+ ($280).
Estimate $300 - 400.
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Lot 837

1930 (Jun 3-6), Europe-Pan-American Flight, Return Flight, Lakehurst to Friedrichshafen (Michel 68 Jb var.), cover with printed Klotzbach Zeppelin cachet franked with a pair of 65¢ Zeppelins (C13) tied by New York machine cancel, Jun 2, with U.S. return flight and German cachets and Berlin Airmail cachet, backstamped Friedrichshafen, Jun 6, and Berlin, Jun 7, Fine to Very Fine.
Michel €250+ ($280).
Estimate $300 - 400.
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Lot 838

1930 (May 18-Jun 5), South America Flight, three covers (Michel 66Hc, 68Ja, 68Jb), cover flown Friedrichshafen - Lakehurst franked with a $2.60 Zeppelin; card and cover flown Lakehurst - Friedrichshafen franked with 65¢ & $1.30 Zeppelins, respectively; covers with slight faults, not affecting stamps except for a tiny corner perf crease on the $2.60, Fine to Very Fine.
Scott $1,110. Sieger 64C, F, G; €2,025 ($2,280).
Michel €950 ($1,070).
Estimate $600 - 800.
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Lot 839

1933, 50¢ Zeppelin First Day cover (Scott C18), block of four 50¢ tied by New York Oct 2 machine cancel, red three continent cachet and violet Century of Progress cachet, addressed to Chicago IL, Fine to Very Fine.
Scott $335.
Estimate $300 - 400.
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Lot 840

1933, 50¢ Zeppelin First Day cover (Scott C18), four 50¢ tied by New York machine cancels on first day cover, with red flight cachet and violet flight cachet, addressed to So. Boston MA, Fine to Very Fine.
Scott $200.
Estimate $250 - 350.
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Lot 841

1939, Pan American Airways Transatlantic Survey Flight for F.A.M. 18, Horta to Lisbon, cover franked with Portugal 5e Airmail canceled Horta, Mar 29 and backstamped Lisbon, Apr 1; carried on the flight by Wright Aero representative, Arthur B. Gaylord, endorsed by him and addressed to himself c/o P.A.A., Lisbon; also signed by an unknown Portuguese representative, Very Fine. An exceedingly rare cover, as this was not a mail-carrying flight.
AAMC TO 1317.
Estimate $1,200 - 1,800.
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Lot 842

1939, Pan American Airways Transatlantic Survey Flight for F.A.M. 18, Lisbon to Marseille, cover franked with Portugal two 1.75e Airmails canceled Lisbon, Apr 1, and backstamped Marseille (Marignane Airport), Apr 3; carried on the flight by Wright Aero representative, Arthur B. Gaylord, endorsed by him and addressed to himself c/o P.A.A., Marseille, Very Fine. An exceedingly rare cover, as this was not a mail-carrying flight.
AAMC TO 1317.
Estimate $1,200 - 1,800.
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Lot 843

1939, Pan American Airways Transatlantic Survey Flight for F.A.M. 18, Lisbon to Southampton, cover franked with Portugal two 1.75e Airmails canceled Lisbon, Apr 1, and backstamped Hythe, Southampton, Apr 5; carried on the flight by Wright Aero representative, Arthur B. Gaylord, endorsed by him and addressed to himself c/o P.A.A., Southampton "c/o Hythe P/O.", Very Fine. An exceedingly rare cover, as this was not a mail-carrying flight.
AAMC TO 1317.
Estimate $1,200 - 1,800.
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Lot 844

1939, Pan American Airways Transatlantic Survey Flight for F.A.M. 18, Return - Lisbon to Horta, cover franked with Portugal two 1e stamps canceled Rossio (Lisbon), Apr 13, and backstamped Horta, Apr 15; carried on the flight by Wright Aero representative, Arthur B. Gaylord, endorsed by him and addressed to himself c/o P.A.A., Horta, Azores, Very Fine. An exceedingly rare cover, as this was not a mail-carrying flight.
AAMC TO 1317.
Estimate $1,200 - 1,800.
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Lot 845

1939, Pan American Airways First Mail-Carrying Flights for F.A.M. 18, Bermuda to Lisbon & Return, five covers, four being official P.A.A. envelopes: 1.) Hamilton to Horta and 2.) Hamilton to Lisbon, both are censored, postmarked Hamilton, Sep 16, and backstamped Sep 20 (it is believed that the flight did not leave Hamilton until Nov 19 due to poor weather); 3.) Lisbon to Hamilton (Sep 4 to Sep 10) and 4.) Horta to Hamilton (Sep 24 to Sep 25); the fifth cover is an ordinary envelope which was also carried on the Sep 24 Horta-Hamilton, both of which bear a blue pictorial flight cachet, Fine to Very Fine. A scarce group.
Estimate $1,000 - 1,500.
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Lot 846

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 $750 - 1,000.
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