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Lot 1602

Worldwide, Super Zeppelin Flight Covers, 1929-36. Approximately 240 covers and cards, countries include U.S. (30), Germany (153), Spain (4), Brazil (19), Switzerland (5), Hungary (3), Uruguay (1), Danzig (6), Chile (1), Iceland (2), Liechtenstein (3), Bermuda, Argentina (3), Russia (2), Egypt (1), Saar (1), Austria (1), Sweden (1), Great Britain (1), Paraguay (1), Japan (1), with some exciting franking, an enormous break up value, a valuable and desirable lot, be the first to view this gem, Fine to Very Fine.
Estimate $10,000 - 15,000.
Current Bid$5,000
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Lot 1603

Worldwide, Covering the Beautiful Game. In every way possible—and with nearly as many covers; thousands in total (we've not counted, but the sheer bulk of the lot makes us think we're on the right track), including commercial mail with soccer-themed postage, special or commemorative cancels, game day covers, FIFA centenary items, a miscellany of covers from soccer organizations, a small group of ephemera including tickets, plus smaller specialized holdings of women's soccer material and British soccer-related cancels and covers; a minimal number of American football and other sports-related covers included as a bonus, Very Fine overall, a once-in-a-lifetime offering.
Estimate $4,000 - 6,000.
Current Bid$2,000
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Lot 1604

Worldwide, Airmail Postal History Collection, 1920-50. Exquisite collection of a couple of hundred cover and cards, includes but not limited to Mexico C2 on Women's National Air Derby to Ma., Sanabria Swiss S14 tied by Pete D'Aviation cachet with C6 tied to 1926 cover, 1931 New Guinea to England with C21 & C24, 1939 Ireland 65-76 on first flight to U.S., 1931 first flight Papua to New Guinea to Australia with Papua C2, San Marino with C1-C2, to Germany, with a small group of Akron & Macon covers, and rocket mail, a platinum opportunity to acquire a large lot of better material, examination will only enhance your desire, Fine to Very Fine.
Estimate $3,500 - 5,000.
Current Bid$1,800
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Lot 1605

Worldwide, Zeppelin and Airmail Postal History Dealer Stock, 1924-60's. Approximately 125 covers with many better, notable items include: Germany Zeppelins: C23 1924 ZR3 first Zeppelin flight to America (Sieger 20b), LZ126: C24 1924 first Zeppelin flight to America (Sieger 20), LZ127: 328 1929 two scenic German PPC's (x2, Sieger 27A), 1934 Swastika and Globe (3 covers and 4 PPC's, Michel numbers 42II (16.10.29), 294a, 581b, and Sieger numbers 88AAa, 88Cb, 231A (2)), LZ127: C35 (12 picture post cards and covers, Sieger numbers 108Cd, 121A, 123B, 127B, 129Bb, 171A (2), 226A, 232A-233A, 247A, 299Ab and 315A), C36 (6 picture post cards and covers, Sieger numbers 21A, 26a (3), 26B express mail with corner photo cachet and 129Ba) C37 (3 flight covers, Sieger numbers 21B, 26a and 27A), C38 (6 singles and 1 pair (several Baltic Sea flights / Ostseefahrt) Sieger numbers 57E, 57F (2), 57U, 88Ac, 88AAb and 88C), C39 (3 singles on two PPC's and one cover and 1 pair on PPC with C38, Sieger numbers 57C, 57E, 57F and 57N), C40, C41 (Sieger number 119c), C43 (two covers, Sieger number 238A, 238Cb), C43-44 Chicago World Expo, C44 (Sieger 238Bc), Condor Worldwide Issues: six Brazil (Michel numbers 64Bc (2), 298B, 352A (2), 355A), Iceland PPC Michel 193Ab, Liechtenstein Sieger 408, five Spain (Sieger 58A (2), 58B, 58G, Michel 63a), LZ129: Michel 13A, 63Ia (2), 11 mostly different PPC's, CL2 (2) & CL3 1912 Pioneer Rhein und Main Flight, 1950 registered airmail 50th Anniversary of Zeppelin in Friedrichshafen (BP84), Submarine: 1931 Artic Submarine Expedition, Rocket Mail and Special Flights: Austria (7 covers, 1933 - three Glider flight covers, 1936 Glider mail Vienna to Györ, 1950 JUBA Exposition), Cuba 1939 Rocket Flight (Swizer 4C1), Germany (six covers with 1933 Swizer 3C1a, 1934 Hexentanplatx Swizer 6C1 and 6C2a (2)), Great Britain (two covers with 1934 Swizler 4C2), Italy 1934 Swizer 1C1b, Poland 1936 Ballon Post, Switzerland (2 1961 rocket mail covers), United States (5 covers with three 1936 Hewlitt, NJ (Zwisler 8C2) and 1936 Zwisler 8A1a-8A2a labels signed Willy Ley), United Nations 1961 Reynosa Mexico to McAllen TX USA, DOX: a few interesting Ephemera pieces, fifteen covers: two 1931 Brazil Zeppelin stamps on cover sent via DOX from Rio de Janeiro to NYC, Netherlands 1931 Enkhuizen to Brooklyn (AAMC 6d), Suriname 1931 Dox from Suriname to Rutherford, NJ and 1931 DOX to Amsterdam via Trinidad (AAMC 13a), Germany: 339 on 30.Jan.31 Friedrichshafen to Philadelphia via Rio de Janeiro, four DOX covers franked with 1926 German Eagle issues from Germany to NYC (Via Rio de Janeiro), C37 (a cover and a PPC from Friedrichshafen to USA and a cover from Friedrichshafen to Rio de Janeiro), C39 (3.6.31 DO-X 3 1931 to Berlin and 30.Jan.31 DOX to Rio de Janeiro, Catapult: Germany: two covers from Koln to Bronx, NY (AAMC 123 and 137), USA 1930 S.S.Bremen to Southampton (AAMC 19), retail prices range from about $25 to $1,350, well organized with many better pieces for easy break down, previous owners retail value from mid 1990's is $21,352, generally Fine to Very Fine.
Estimate $3,500 - 5,000.
Current Bid$1,800
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Lot 1606

Worldwide, Postal History, 1901-75. Approximately 600 covers in two albums & two boxes, includes first day covers, first flight covers, picture postcards, advertising, a few better includes Cyprus first day cover 226a Boy Scouts, 1932 first flight India to Germany to Australia to U.S. newspaper wrapper, Great Britain 48 to U.S., 1882 U.S. allover ad cover for H.S. Sawyer duck cloth manufacturer, plenty of sale able items available, some mixed condition, review urged, Fine to Very Fine.
Estimate $2,500 - 3,500.
Current Bid$1,400
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Lot 1607

Worldwide, Postal History, 1895-1975. Approximately 200 covers from the four corners of the globe, some better include Niue first day cover 67-69, Malta first day cover 184-187, 1936 Special Xmas flight with C1 (2), 1942 Nigeria censored & registered 54 (6), 1937 first flight Macao to Hawaii with #284 (4), Boer War Censored POW cover, 1934 New Zealand First flight cover to Australia with C3, 1937 Zanzibar 214-217, with a nice lot of PRC, Great Britain, and so much more, some mixed condition, make this winner yours, Fine to Very Fine.
Estimate $1,500 - 2,000.
Current Bid$800
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Lot 1608

Worldwide, Philatelic Cataclysm, 1904-2010. Tens of thousands of covers and cards packed every way imaginable, includes U.S., foreign & United Nations first day covers, advertising, commercial, postal stationery mint & used, censored, cacheted event and space related, much is common but there are pockets of better material, at our low estimate how can you go wrong, mixed condition, view it if you dare!! Fine to Very Fine.
Estimate $1,500 - 2,000.
Current Bid$750
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Lot 1609

Worldwide, Postal History Tsunami, 1888-2000. Over 5,000 covers and cards from around the world, includes advertising, air mail, postal stationery, picture postcards, first day covers, and from every country imaginable, the perfect lot for the internet & bourse dealer alike, the winning bidder will be well rewarded, Fine to Very Fine.
Estimate $1,000 - 1,500.
Current Bid$500
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Lot 1610

Worldwide, Postal History Olla Podrida, 1880-2000. Thousands of worldwide covers and cards, some better include Pan American Exposition ad cover, French Oceania 68 single franking, 1941 Norway censored & registered to London, censored covers, postal stationary, illustrated advertising, V-Mail, with some better destinations, please examine, Fine to Very Fine.
Estimate $1,000 - 1,500.
Current Bid$500
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Lot 1611

Worldwide, Air Etiquettes on Cover, 1941 Onward. Approximately 300 airmail covers, all collected for the air etiquettes applied, a wide range of countries, frankings, etc., the demand for this type of cover is increasing, many scarce labels, must be seen.
Estimate $1,000 - 1,500.
Current Bid$500
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Lot 1612

Worldwide, Postal History Festival, 1860-1990. Hundreds of worldwide covers, better includes first flights 1934 N.S.W. to Saint Vincent via "Faith in Australia", 1934 Australia to New Guinea via "Faith in Australia", 1932 Wellington to West Coast S.I., 1932 Galway to Berlin, 1931 Malta to Genoa, and many more flight especially Imperial Airlines, with first day covers, cacheted event covers, a marvelous collection with potent break up value, don't fall asleep on this one, Fine to Very Fine.
Estimate $800 - 1,200.
Current Bid$400
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Lot 1613
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Worldwide, Philatelic Potpourri, 1870-2000. Thousands of picture postcards, used postal stationery, covers, approval pages, mint & used stamps, trade cards, revenues, Ryukyus postal stationery, documents with revenues and much more, there, Fine to Very Fine.
Estimate $800 - 1,200.
Current Bid$400
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Lot 1614

Worldwide, Postal History Windfall,1888-1985. Several hundred cards & covers, with worldwide postal history with USS Indianapolis cover, first flights with a couple of pilot autographs, WWII patriotics, Gruss Aus, zeppelin picture postcards, maiden voyages, German States, first days, U.S.S. Akron, illustrated advertising, Everest Expedition covers set of eight, Dachau Camp cover, some choice items present, careful inspection will yield solid results, Fine to Very Fine.
Estimate $750 - 1,000.
Current Bid$375
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Lot 1615

Worldwide, Picture Postcard Collection, 1903-80. Many hundreds of picture postcards with premium items throughout, with many French cards, Switzerland, Benelux, Austria, Germany, Japan, Cuba, Africa, mostly scenes, natives, cities & towns, real photos, please inspect, mixed condition, Very Good to Excellent.
Estimate $750 - 1,000.
Current Bid$375
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Lot 1616

Worldwide, Postal History, 1900-2000. Thousands of first day covers, cacheted event covers, maximum cards, royalty, better include Monaco 247-252 first day, U.S. first day cover 647-648 on one cover, 1942 St John Newfoundland to Sydney first flight, 1936 first day cover Zanzibar 214-217, 1934 U.S. first day cover 751, 1962 Canada first days 195-200, perfect for the internet or flea market trade, Fine to Very Fine.
Estimate $600 - 800.
Current Bid$300
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Lot 1617

Worldwide, Postal History, 1894-2010. Thousands of worldwide covers & cards, we note 1941 Japan Crossing 180th Meridian, Macao & Timor postal cards, U.S. postal cards used, Ireland first day covers, registered, Japan picture postcards, a ton of material, perfect for the internet or for a $2 box at a bourse, examine, Fine to Very Fine.
Estimate $500 - 750.
Current Bid$250
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Lot 1618

Worldwide, Postal History, 1878-1975. Several hundred covers & cards that includes first day covers, advertising covers, naval covers, cacheted event cover, picture postcards, censored covers, space related, airmail, and a German postal history collection arranged by city, zeppelin covers, and much more, a nice solid lot, examine please, Fine to Very Fine.
Estimate $500 - 750.
Current Bid$250
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Lot 1619

Worldwide, First Flight Covers, 1928-60. 1922 first flight New York to St. Johns Newfoundland, 1937 first flight New Zealand to U.S., 1941 first flight Belgium Congo to U.S., 1929 SCADTA Bogota to Buga, 1938 Denmark C6-C10 to U.S., plus CAM's & FAM's, a useful & valuable collection, Fine to Very Fine.
Estimate $500 - 750.
Current Bid$275
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Lot 1620

Worldwide, Choice Picture Postcard Collection, 1898-1960. Several hundred postcards from around the globe, includes early map of Australia, five Kennedy Bahia postcards, coin postcards of Argentina, Japan & Mexico, Uruguay, stamp postcards from several nations, posted three panel black washing man's feet ad for Hot Springs AR, hold to light Paris, ocean liners, aviation, British Convict ship "Success", railroads, expositions, military and advertising, plenty of sale able premium cards throughout, mixed condition, examine, Fine to Very Fine.
Estimate $500 - 750.
Current Bid$250
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Lot 1621

Worldwide, Postal History, 1850-1970. Hundreds of Austria, some military, censored, also U.S. navy ship covers many from China, APO, picture postcards with a few from China, album of used Switzerland, album of mint & used "SW" to "Z" stamps, postal stationery, Great Britain, Italy, Latin America, mixed condition, a careful study will prove beneficial, Fine to Very Fine.
Estimate $500 - 750.
Current Bid$250
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Lot 1622

Worldwide, Travel Correspondence, 1926. 30 covers, from Elmer D. Raymond's travels for the Round the World Society, each cover sent from a different city around the Mediterranean and North Africa, each letter contains an article with a subject roughly related to the city or country from which the cover is sent, circulars from Algeria, Morocco, Gibraltar, Spain, Monaco, Italy and Greece, it is very interesting to think about how difficult it was to travel only 100 years ago and how people would only be able to live vicariously through these adventurers who travelled to these exotic lands and reported the unusual things they discovered, generally Fine to Very Fine.
Estimate $400 - 600.
Current Bid$200
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Lot 1623
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Worldwide, Picture Post Card Bonanza. Many hundreds from across the US and around the world; US cards run from Puerto Rico to Alaska, Hawaii to Massachusetts; foreign cards mostly center on Europe (England, France, Holland, Liechtenstein, etc.), though we also note Brazil, Canada and an old Suzhou card; motifs range from wildlife and landscapes to famous buildings to "scenes of old"…with enough churches and cathedrals to convert even the most ardent sinner; there are even several stamp-themed cards (an easy way to obtain a US #1 and 2, along with the full 1869 Pictorial set); most modern photo cards, though we note some older photos, both black-and-white and hand tinted, and even a few linens, Very Fine, well worth the time to review.
Estimate $350 - 500.
Current Bid$180
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Lot 1624

Worldwide, Anti-Semitic Art Postcards. Over 25 cards, with V. Dobrovolny B&W card, a couple by Ludvil Blum, several comic, card titled "Violation of Women" by Michael Biro, and many other nasty cards, mixed condition, review, Very Good to Excellent.
Estimate $300 - 400.
Current Bid$160
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Lot 1625

Worldwide, Classic Postal History, 1851-90. A couple of hundred covers, includes U.S. #11 on blind embossed ad cover for La Farge House, Belgium #4 on cover to Habay La Neuve, Italy #35 on cover to Genora, a few stampless, an effortless viewing, Fine to Very Fine.
Estimate $300 - 400.
Current Bid$150
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Lot 1626

Worldwide, Postal Stationery, 1876-1920. A couple of hundred postal cards & envelopes, with Hungary 2k illustrated card, Argentina 3c illustrated card, Shanghai 1¢ & 2¢ envelopes, North Borneo card, Heligoland 10p card, Newfoundland 2¢ card, a sale able selection of these items, mixed condition, inspection invited, Fine to Very Fine.
Estimate $300 - 400.
Current Bid$150
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Lot 1627

Worldwide, Gruss Aus Picture Postcards, 1900-20. Over 160 Gruss Aus postcards, includes Berlin, Dresden,Toelz, Leipzig, Bergen, Strassburg, Oberammergau, Köln, Saalfeld, Prague, Zurich, Wien, Frankfurt, Cassel, Paris, Rome, a few from the 1890's, mixed condition, review, Fine to Very Fine.
Estimate $300 - 400.
Current Bid$150
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Lot 1628

Worldwide, Mourning Cover Collection, Late 19th Century to 2000's. 180 covers from all over the world, with a couple U.S. U.S.S. Akron mourning covers, three interesting covers sent the hour to Thomas Edison's death, several Hindenburg mourning covers, a couple FDR mourning FDC sets, 1972 Munich Olympic Tragedy cover, etc., generally Fine to Very Fine.
Estimate $200 - 300.
Current Bid$100
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