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Latin America Area Collections

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Lot 347
Latin America, Collection of Essays, Imperforate Proofs & "Specimen" overprints, 1888-1952. Including Argentina (320+) 1881-1910 imperforate proofs with numerous blocks; Brazil (16); Colombia (25) with American Bank Note Coat-of-Arms 5c to 2p corner blocks of four overprinted "Specimen" and with small security punch hole; Costa Rica (8); Ecuador (38) with 1939 unissued surcharges on regulars and Airmails (36), replete with varieties; Guatemala (2); Honduras; Nicaragua (59) with various 1937-40 Airmail issues overprinted "Specimen" in red with security punch holes and similar for Revenues; Panama Revenue with "Canal Zone" surcharge in red "10" on B/0.10 and "Specimen" overprint; Paraguay (29) with 1942 4th Centenary of City of Asuncion master die proof (for 7p) in black with value tablets blank on thin wove paper (87 x 88 mm) mounted on sunken card; Peru (11); Salvador (38); and Uruguay (13) with 1909 Opening of Port of Montevideo 2c and 5c (3) imperforate proofs in unissued colors on cards, Fine to Very Fine, a most interesting ensemble. Shipping charges apply - weight 2.8 lbs.
Estimate $1,500 - 2,000.
Realized $1,800.
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Lot 348
Latin America, Fantastic Collection. Loaded with premium sets, varieties, souvenir sheets, etc., on old dealer counter pages, black stockcards, etc.; includes strong Argentina, Chile Airmails, Haiti, Honduras, Mexico, Peru, Uruguay, and others; also includes a lovely range of ca. 1940s Specimen, overprint and part-perf varieties, etc., Fine to Very Fine or better, a fun and useful grab-bag. Shipping charges apply - weight 4.6 lbs.
Estimate $1,200 - 1,800.
Realized $1,700.
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Lot 349
South America (Paraguay / Peru / Uruguay), The Generalissimo Collection, 1856-1977. In a bulging Scott Specialty album, extensive, deep and wide ranging; earlies are mainly used, but many are both mint AND used, later stamps in black Showguard-style mounts and apparently mint never hinged; highlights include, Paraguay, mint o.g.: 1, 5, 146-155, 244b (scarce center inverted), 245-252, 330-337, 674-683 (also with regular souvenir sheets and trial color proofs imperforate), C1C3, C4-C6, C7-CC12, C19&C24, C54-C55, C74-C78, C79-C82, C84-C87, C93-C97, C98-C109, C113-C121, C122-C123, C124-C126, C147-C153, C158-C162, C211a, C215a, C216-C220, C246-C251, C277a mint never hinged, etc.; includes many souvenir sheets, extensive Back-of-the-Book and with many of the hard-to-find Zeppelin Airmails from 1930s; Peru, including used #1 (with APS Certificate), also, mint o.g.: #20, 134-140, 141-153, 160, 173-175, 230-231, 375-384, C3-C5, C6-C12, C49-C61, C78-C81; mint never hinged: #533a, 582-593, C81a (also example with scarce "Melbourne" overprint), C94-C102, C164a, C336-C340, C372-C381; Uruguay, used: #13, 18, 37-38, 43A, 330a-332a, 388-390, C9, C105; mint o.g.: #1, 64-70, 124, 217-222, 225-234, 274-276, 282-284, C1-C3, C4-C6, C10-C13, C182-C192; mint never hinged: 330a-332a, 388-390, 410a-413a, 430-440, 454-461, C398, C418a with imperforate proof souvenir sheet; also includes Back-of-the-Book, many souvenir sheets and other specialized material; an interesting area is that is extremely under-valued! generally Fine to Very Fine, ex Winston. Shipping charges apply - weight 11.8 lbs.
Estimate $1,500 - 2,000.
Realized $2,200.
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