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The Leo Malz Specialized Collections of Latin America


Dominican Republic




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Lot 28

Dominican Republic, 1891-1927, Wonderful, rich selection of early, premium postal history, stellar selection of 16 items (including one entire and a cover front), all scarce to rare or selected for interest; we note an 1891 60c yellow on blue stock entire used to Paris; several lovely and scarce 1906 Provisional covers; three clean 5c (#90) covers to the US; a nice 1927 cover from Monte Cristi to Houston with Dominican 10c Special Delivery stamp; 10c (#147) on short-paid cover to Hamburg (rare on cover!); a beautiful 1915 Official stamp combination-franked cover to the US; an 1899 cover to the US franked by three imperforate 2c stamps, plus a second 1899 cover franked by single 3c orange imperforate on local cover; a rare #RAC2, RAC4 (pair) and RAC5 (pair) Registered A.R. cover to Paris, and more; truly a connoisseur group, generally Fine to Very Fine, exceptional material.
Estimate $800 - 1,200.
Current Bid $800
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Lot 29

Dominican Republic, 1891 (Apr. 8), "Parisot"-overprinted issue cover, sent from Santo Domingo to New York, lovely and attractive Registered cover, bearing 50c, 80c and 1p (pair) "Parisot" issues, addressed to Parisot, with stamps tied by blue Santo Domingo c.d.s.'s dated April 8; fresh, Very Fine, a beauty, postally used covers of this issue are extremely rare.
Yvert 74-75, 77.
Estimate $250 - 350.
Current Bid $150
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Lot 30

Dominican Republic, 1900-01, Outstanding, select group of eight premium covers, choice, with three from the 1899 Columbus/Pictorial series, including 5c blue (#103; 2) and 10c (#104) on a lovely cover sent via San Juan, Puerto Rico, to New York; a lovely 20c brown (#105) on Official envelope from Santo Domingo to Barcelona, etc.; we also have five lovely items from the 1900 Map of Hispaniola issue, including 10c (#116) used La Vega to Germany; 5c used Puerto Plata to Boston; 5c used Sanchez to New York, plus two 5c values used on mourning cover to England, Fine to Very Fine, a lovely group of scarce covers.
Estimate $600 - 800.
Current Bid $600
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Lot 31

Dominican Republic, 1901 (May 29), Map of Hispaniola cover, sent Puerto Plata to Detroit, Michigan (Scott 113), a spectacular cover, franked by five examples of the 1c olive green of the issue, sent "Via Boston", all stamps tied by bright red "Correos/29 MAY 1901/Pto. Plata" c.d.s.'s and matching grids, which literally jump off the cover at you; reverse shows New York JUN 6 transit and Detroit JUN 8 receiver, Very Fine, very scarce stamps on cover.
Estimate $200 - 250.
Current Bid $0
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Lot 32

Dominican Republic, ca. 1904-33, Premium group of five "Coat-of-Arms" issue covers, choice, including a 1904 Printed Matter wrapper usage from Santo Domingo to Amsterdam, bearing ½c (#120; 2); a lovely 1904 cover to Boston with 5c on 50c and 10c on 50c surcharges (#153, 155); a late usage 1933 ship cover bearing ½c (#121; 2) and 2c (#127; 5) cancelled by violet diagonal "Claus Horn" ship killer; plus a Registered cover to Canada franked 1c (#125; 5), 2c (#128; 4) and 5c (#131; 3), Fine to Very Fine, a beautiful group.
Estimate $350 - 500.
Current Bid $180
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Lot 33

Dominican Republic, 1928 (Jan. 23), 10c Map of Hispaniola, major variety on flight cover to Port-au-Prince (Scott C1 var), spectacular flown Airmail cover, Santo Domingo to Port-au-Prince, bearing ½c "1920" overprint block of four, along with First Issue Airmail block of six (2 x 3), yielding two strips of three imperforate-between (unlisted); stamps tied by blue bar cancels, origin c.d.s. and matching "West Indian Aerial Express/Rep. Dominicaine.Cuba.Pto Rico.Haiti." two-line handstamp, and black handstamp airmail cachet; reverse shows "Port-au-Prince/24 JAN 28/Haiti" receiver, Very Fine, an incredible and rare cover, signed Sanabria.
Estimate $500 - 750.
Current Bid $250
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Lot 34
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Dominican Republic, 1865, ½r black on rose Coat-of-Arms, wove paper (Scott 1), fresh with neat partial oval cancel, Fine to Very Fine+, a pretty stamp.
Scott $650.
Estimate $250 - 300.
Current Bid $225
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Lot 35
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Dominican Republic, 1865, 1r black on deep green Coat-of-Arms, wove paper (Scott 2), fresh and lightly cancelled, Very Fine, a lovely example of this rare issue.
Scott $1,000.
Estimate $350 - 500.
Current Bid $325
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Lot 36

Dominican Republic, 1865, ½r black on pale green Coat-of-Arms, laid paper (Scott 3), a lovely and very attractive pair tied to small piece of blue entire by Santo Domingo Jan 29 66 c.d.s.; minor light horizontal crease of envelope fold in no way detracts, Very Fine, scarce.
Scott $950.
Estimate $300 - 400.
Current Bid $300
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Lot 37
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Dominican Republic, 1865, 1r black on straw Coat-of-Arms, laid paper (Scott 4), neatly cancelled, fresh with sharp, clear impression; sound, Fine to Very Fine, a nice example of this rare issue.
Scott $1,200.
Estimate $400 - 500.
Current Bid $350
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Lot 38
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Dominican Republic, 1866-67, 1r black on blue Coat-of-Arms issue, no space between "Un" and "real" (Scott 11b), lightly cancelled with good margins; pinpoint thin speck, Fine to Very Fine+, a striking and rare variety.
Scott $500.
Estimate $250 - 300.
Current Bid $130
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Lot 39
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Dominican Republic, 1866-67, 1r black on blue Coat-of-Arms, inscriptions omitted (Scott 11c), a most attractive example of the rarely encountered variety, cancelled by red "C86" killer; couple trivial paper flaws (i.e., tiny thin) of little consequence, Fine to Very Fine.
Scott $1,000.
Estimate $350 - 500.
Current Bid $190
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Lot 40
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Dominican Republic, 1873, 1r black on violet Coat-of-Arms (Scott 30), top left corner margin block of 4, unused without gum, fresh and near-pristine, Extremely Fine, a beautiful and scarce multiple.
Estimate $200 - 250.
Current Bid $100
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Lot 41
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Dominican Republic, 1873, 1b black on violet Coat-of-Arms, inscriptions omitted (Scott 30a), beautiful magenta circular grid cancel, fresh with nice margins, about Very Fine, a rare, eye-arresting variety.
Scott $700.
Estimate $350 - 500.
Current Bid $190
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Lot 42

Dominican Republic, 1958, Brussels World's Fair souvenir sheet error (Scott C110a var), o.g., never hinged, a pristine mint example showing the 9c gray value completely omitted, Very Fine and choice, a striking and rare variety, with only a few examples known.
Sanabria 171a.
Estimate $200 - 300.
Current Bid $0
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Lot 43
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Dominican Republic, 1930, Hurricane Relief Postal Tax Airmail issue (Scott RAC1-RAC7), excellent little specialized collection comprising the issue complete mint, plus a couple examples demonstrating incomplete surcharges, etc.; the highlight is a wonderful Registered cover to Paris bearing a pair of the 10c+10c value (#RAC5) along with a single 5c+5c (#RAC4); all fresh, Fine to Very Fine, nice lot.
Estimate $200 - 300.
Current Bid $100
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