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Aerophilately, Rocket Mail and Astrophilately,
Featuring the Johann Strauss & Leo Malz Collections


Zeppelin Flights




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Lot 6060

Austria, 1913 (Oct 20), Sachen Flight, Dresden - Bad Schandau - Dresden (Michel 17Ji). Special 5h postcard with type II flight cachet/cancel, addressed to Vienna, Very Fine.
Michel €600 ($670) Estimate $300 - 400.
Current Bid $150
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Lot 6061

Austria, 1932 (Apr 17-20) Third South America Flight, Friedrichshafen - Pernambuco (Michel 239b). Cover to Rio de Janeiro franked with 60g postage canceled Vienna, Apr 16, and 1.28m German postage canceled Berlin, Apr 17, with red Berlin connecting flight and brown Zeppelin flight cachets and Apr 21 Rio backstamp, Very Fine.
Michel €500 ($560) Estimate $200 - 300.
Current Bid $140
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Lot 6062

Austria, 1932 (Aug 29-Sep 1), Fifth South America Flight, Friedrichshafen - Pernambuco (Michel 273c). Special Zeppelin card to Buenos Aires franked with 3.15s postage canceled Vienna, Aug 27, Stuttgart connecting flight cachet, Zeppelin flight cachet and Buenos Aires backstamp, Very Fine.
Michel €450 ($500) Estimate $200 - 300.
Current Bid $100
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Lot 6063

Austria, 1936 (Aug 1) Olympic Flight (Michel 32 I). Cacheted cover franked with 2.34s postage including the 2s emerald (373), Very Fine.
Michel €320 ($360) Estimate $150 - 200.
Current Bid $80
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Lot 6064

Brazil, 1930 South America Flight, 16 different legs and/or frankings (Michel 64//68). 16 covers or cards, all franked with Semi-Official Airmails (Scott 4CL1//10) and bearing all appropriate markings; also includes a vintage 9"x7" photo of the Zeppelin over Guanabara Bay, Rio de Janeiro, May 25, 1930, Fine to Very Fine.
Michel €2,170 ($2,430) Estimate $750 - 1,000.
Current Bid $375
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Lot 6065

Brazil, 1930 South America Flight, Rio de Janeiro - Friedrichshafen, three different frankings (Michel 68Bc var.). All franked with two different Semi-Official Airmails: 1.) 4CL1 & 4CL3; 2.) 4CL3 & 4CL4; and 3.) 4CL3 & 4CL8; all with a 3-color "Condor" Airmail label, purple flight cachet and Friedrichshafen backstamp, Very Fine.
Scott $1,280.
Michel €580+ ($650) Estimate $400 - 600.
Current Bid $200
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Lot 6066

Brazil, 1930 South America Flight, nine different legs and/or frankings (Michel 64//68). Nine covers or cards, all franked with Semi-Official Airmails (Scott 4CL1//10) and bearing all appropriate markings, Fine to Very Fine.
Michel €1,090 ($1,220) Estimate $350 - 500.
Current Bid $180
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Lot 6067

Brazil, 1930 (May 25-Jun 4), South America Flight, Rio de Janeiro - Recife - Havana (Michel 66IBg var., h). Matching pair of covers one franked with surcharged 20,000 Semi-Official Airmails (4CL4-5) one with a pair of 5,000r, the other with a single 10,000, both canceled Rio, May 24, with an additional 300r stamp, a May 28 Recife transit, the U.S. flight cachet, and a Jun 4 Havana backstamp; addressed to Zeppelin Company representative, F.W. von Meister, in New York, Very Fine.
Michel €950 ($1,060) Estimate $350 - 500.
Current Bid $180
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Lot 6068

Brazil, 1930 (May 25-Jun 4), South America Flight, Rio de Janeiro - Recife - Havana (Michel 66IBg var., h). Matching pair of covers one franked with surcharged 20,000 Semi-Official Airmails (4CL4-5) one with a pair of 5,000r, the other with a single 10,000, both canceled Rio, May 24, with an additional 300r stamp, a May 28 Recife transit, the U.S. flight cachet, and a Jun 4 Havana backstamp; addressed to Zeppelin Company representative, F.W. von Meister, in New York, Very Fine.
Michel €950 ($1,060) Estimate $350 - 500.
Current Bid $180
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Lot 6069

Brazil, 1930 (May 25-Jun 4), South America Flight, Rio de Janeiro - Recife - Havana (Michel 66IBg var., h). Matching pair of covers one franked with surcharged 20,000 Semi-Official Airmails (4CL4-5) one with a pair of 5,000r, the other with a single 10,000, both canceled Rio, May 24, with an additional 300r stamp, a May 28 Recife transit, the U.S. flight cachet, and a Jun 4 Havana backstamp; addressed to Zeppelin Company representative, F.W. von Meister, in New York, Very Fine.
Michel €950 ($1,060) Estimate $350 - 500.
Current Bid $350
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Lot 6070

Brazil, 1930 (May 25-Jun 4), South America Flight, Rio de Janeiro - Recife - Havana (Michel 66IBg var.). Cover franked with a pair of 5,000r on 20,000r Semi-Official Airmails (4CL4) plus an additional 300r stamp canceled Rio, May 24 with Recife transit, U.S. flight cachet and Jun 4 Havana backstamp; addressed to Zeppelin Company representative, F.W. von Meister, in New York, Very Fine.
Michel €450 ($500) Estimate $200 - 300.
Current Bid $100
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Lot 6071

Brazil, 1930 (May 25-Jun 4), South America Flight, Rio de Janeiro - Recife - Havana (Michel 66IBg var.). Cover franked with a pair of 5,000r on 20,000r Semi-Official Airmails (4CL4) plus an additional 300r stamp canceled Rio, May 24 with Recife transit, U.S. flight cachet and Jun 4 Havana backstamp; addressed to Zeppelin Company representative, F.W. von Meister, in New York, Very Fine.
Michel €450 ($500) Estimate $200 - 300.
Current Bid $100
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Lot 6072

Brazil, 1930 (May 25-Jun 4), South America Flight, Rio de Janeiro - Recife - Havana (Michel 66IBg var.). Cover franked with a pair of 5,000r on 20,000r Semi-Official Airmails (4CL4) plus an additional 300r stamp canceled Rio, May 24 with Recife transit, U.S. flight cachet and Jun 4 Havana backstamp; addressed to Zeppelin Company representative, F.W. von Meister, in New York, Very Fine.
Michel €450 ($500) Estimate $200 - 300.
Current Bid $100
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Lot 6073

Brazil, 1930 (May 25-Jun 4), South America Flight, Rio de Janeiro - Recife - Havana (Michel 66IBg var.). Cover franked with a pair of 5,000r on 20,000r Semi-Official Airmails (4CL4) plus an additional 300r stamp canceled Rio, May 24 with Recife transit and U.S. flight cachet, no Havana backstamp, (as was normally the case); addressed to Zeppelin Company representative, F.W. von Meister, in New York, Very Fine.
Michel €300 ($340) Estimate $150 - 200.
Current Bid $80
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Lot 6074

Brazil, 1930 (May 25-Jun 4), South America Flight, Rio de Janeiro - Recife - Havana (Michel 66IBh). Cover franked with a 10,000r on 20,000r Semi-Official Airmails (4CL5) plus an additional 300r stamp canceled Rio, May 24, with Recife transit, U.S. flight cachet and Jun 4 Havana backstamp; addressed to Zeppelin Company representative, F.W. von Meister, in New York, Very Fine.
Michel €500 ($560) Estimate $200 - 300.
Current Bid $100
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Lot 6075

Brazil, 1930 (May 25-Jun 4), South America Flight, Rio de Janeiro - Recife - Havana (Michel 66IBh). Cover franked with a 10,000r on 20,000r Semi-Official Airmails (4CL5) plus an additional 300r stamp canceled Rio, May 24, with Recife transit, U.S. flight cachet and Jun 4 Havana backstamp; addressed to Zeppelin Company representative, F.W. von Meister, in New York, Very Fine.
Michel €500 ($560) Estimate $200 - 300.
Current Bid $100
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Lot 6076

Brazil, 1930 (May 25-Jun 4), South America Flight, Rio de Janeiro - Recife - Havana (Michel 66IBh). Cover franked with a 10,000r on 20,000r Semi-Official Airmails (4CL5) plus an additional 300r stamp canceled Rio, May 24, with Recife transit, U.S. flight cachet and Jun 4 Havana backstamp; addressed to Zeppelin Company representative, F.W. von Meister, in New York, Very Fine.
Michel €500 ($560) Estimate $200 - 300.
Current Bid $100
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Lot 6077

Brazil, 1930 (May 25-Jun 4), South America Flight, Rio de Janeiro - Recife - Havana (Michel 66IBg). Roessler illustrated Zeppelin card franked with a 5,000r on 20,000 Semi-Official Airmail (4CL4) with an additional 300r stamp, canceled Rio de Janeiro, May 24 with a May 28 Recife transit, the U.S. flight cachet, and a Jun 2 Havana backstamp; the card is addressed to Port-au-Prince, Haiti, and is backstamped there on Jun 12, Very Fine.
Michel €500 ($560) Estimate $200 - 300.
Current Bid $100
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Lot 6078

Brazil, 1933 Chicago Flight, five different legs from Pernambuco (Michel 350A-355A). Matched set of five covers to Miami, Akron, Chicago, Seville and Friedrichshafen, all with violet triangular flight cachet and appropriate franking receiving markings and all addressed to Zeppelin Company representative, F.W. von Meister, in New York, Very Fine.
Michel €680 ($760) Estimate $250 - 350.
Current Bid $200
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Lot 6079

Brazil, 1933 Chicago Flight, five different legs from Pernambuco (Michel 350A-355A). Matched set of five covers to Miami, Akron, Chicago, Seville and Friedrichshafen, all with blue triangular flight cachet and appropriate franking receiving markings and all addressed to Zeppelin Company representative, F.W. von Meister, in New York, Very Fine.
Michel €680 ($760) Estimate $250 - 350.
Current Bid $130
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Lot 6080

Brazil, 1933 Chicago Flight, five different legs from Pernambuco (Michel 350A-355A). Matched set of five covers to Miami, Akron, Chicago, Seville and Friedrichshafen, all with blue triangular flight cachet and appropriate franking receiving markings and all addressed to Zeppelin Company representative, F.W. von Meister, in New York, Very Fine.
Michel €680 ($760) Estimate $250 - 350.
Current Bid $200
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Lot 6081

Danzig, 1930 (May 18-21) South America Flight, Friedrichshafen - Cape Verde (Michel 63I). Card franked with 2.75g postage canceled Danzig, May 6, with all appropriate markings, Very Fine. Only 20 cards and five covers from Danzig were carried.
Michel €750 ($840) Estimate $350 - 500.
Current Bid $180
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Lot 6082

Danzig, 1930 (May 18-21) South America Flight, U.S. Mail, Friedrichshafen - Friedrichshafen (Michel 68). Card franked with 9g postage canceled Danzig, May 12, with both German & American flight cachets and Jun 6 Friedrichshafen backstamp, Very Fine.
Michel €750 ($840) Estimate $300 - 400.
Current Bid $150
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Lot 6083

Danzig, 1933 (Oct 14-17), Century of Progress Flight, Friedrichshafen - Pernambuco (Michel 347b). Card to Buenos Aires franked with 2.80 postage canceled Danzig, Oct 7, with red Zeppelin and Berlin connecting flight cachets; Buenos Aires receiver not struck up, otherwise Very Fine.
Michel €380 ($430) Estimate $150 - 200.
Current Bid $80
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Lot 6084

Egypt, 1931 (Apr 11-13), Egypt Flight, Return, Cairo - Friedrichshafen (Michel 165Aa I-II). Card & cover franked with the 50m & 100m Zeppelin overprints, respectively (C3a, C4) - the 50m with the "1951" error - canceled Cairo, Apr 11, with Apr 13 Friedrichshafen receivers, both addressed to H. Sieger in Württemberg, Very Fine.
Michel €500 ($560) Estimate $200 - 300.
Current Bid $100
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Lot 6085

Europe, 1930 South America Flight, seven different originating in Zeppelin Treaty States (Michel 64). Danzig card to Rio; Liechtenstein (2) card to Pernambuco (small edge tear) and cover to Rio; Saar card to Rio; Spain cover to Seville - Rio, cover Seville to Seville; and Switzerland cover to Pernambuco; all with appropriate markings, Fine to Very Fine.
Michel €1,770 ($1,980) Estimate $400 - 600.
Current Bid $200
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Lot 6086

Finland, 1930 (Sep 24), Finland Flight, Helsinki - Friedrichshafen (Michel 128Ad var.). Cover franked with two 10m Zeppelins (C1) canceled Helsinki, Sep 24, with flight cachet and Friedrichshafen backstamp, Very Fine.
Michel €800 ($900) Estimate $300 - 400.
Current Bid $150
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Lot 6087
Germany, Zeppelin, Count Ferdinand von. ALS, about 4½"x7" (folded), datelined Stuttgart, Apr 1, 1900, and signed "Gv. Zeppelin"; with a small, perforated Zeppelin-Eckener Fund label hinged at the upper left (not original to the letter); two small punched holes at the top, Very Fine. Written just three months before the first test flight of his LZ 1.
Estimate $500 - 750.
Current Bid $250
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Lot 6088
Germany, Lempertz, Dr. Eberhard. an aeronautical engineer, inventor and commander of several early airships; signature, "Dr. Lempertz" on a 1928 America Flight Zeppelin cover to Chicago; canceled Friedrichshafen, Oct 7, and backstamped New York on Oct 16 and Chicago the next day, Very Fine. A rare Zeppelin collateral autograph.
Estimate $150 - 200.
Current Bid $80
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Lot 6089

Germany, 1912, LZ 11 "Viktoria Luise" flown card (Michel 11Cc). Zeppelin picture postcard to Detroit, Mich. franked with a 10pf Germania tied by one of two strikes Aug 28, 1912 onboard cancel; card pictures Viktoria Luise over the airfield at Gotha; message in English reads, in part, "My first sail on a 550 footer. I am writing this on board the Louise high in the air above the mountains near Gotha on our way to Frankfurt", Fine to Very Fine. Very scarce to a foreign destination.
Michel €400+ ($450) Estimate $300 - 400.
Current Bid $150
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Lot 6090

Germany, 1913, LZ 17 "Sachsen" flown card (Michel 17Ba). 5pf Kaiser Wilhelm 25th Jubilee commemorative view card to Hamburg with purple Jun 20, 1913 onboard datestamp and a Hamburg c.d.s. of the same date; card pictures an aerial view of Baden-Baden, Very Fine.
Michel €1,000 ($1,120) Estimate $400 - 600.
Current Bid $200
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Lot 6091

Germany, 1914, LZ 17, "Sachsen", Liegnitz Flight (Michel 17 var.). Picture postcard picturing the airship in its hangar at Liegnitz, bearing the Special stamp (Mi. 11a) tied by the Special postmark "Flugpost (Liegnitz) A.D. Katzbach, 11. 6. 14" and franked with a 5pf Germania tied by a Herischdorf c.d.s., Jul 14 c.d.s.; the message is datelined "Herishdorf near Karmbrunn, also on Jul 14., Very Fine.
Estimate $500 - 750

The "Sachsen" was in service to the navy from December 17, 1913 until April 9, 1914 and was taken over by the army on August 1, 1914. This card was apparently purchased as a souvenir at the airfield, with the stamp and postmark already applied, during the three and a half-month period when the airship was back in private hands and was then mailed normally
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Current Bid $250
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Lot 6092

Germany, 1919, LZ 120 "Bodensee", flown card (Michel 120Ec). DELAG Zeppelin card picturing a Zeppelin passenger cabin with an Oct 16 onboard datestamp and a 15pf Germania tied by a Berlin c.d.s. of the same date.
Michel €500 ($560) Estimate $200 - 300.
Current Bid $100
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Lot 6093

Germany, 1919, LZ 120 "Bodensee", flown card (Michel 120Ec). DELAG Zeppelin card picturing an aerial view of Leizig's Augustusplatz with a Sep 21 onboard datestamp and a pair of 5pf Germanias tied by a red manuscript "X" with offset of two partial Munich c.d.s.s on the reverse, Fine to Very Fine.
Michel €500 ($560) Estimate $150 - 200.
Current Bid $80
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Lot 6094

Germany, 1928 (Jul 28) Southwest Germany Flight, Stuttgart Drop (Michel 2Ic). Real photo Zeppelin postcard with red Jul 28 onboard datestamp and stamps canceled at Stuttgart on the same day., Very Fine.
Michel €350 ($390) Estimate $150 - 200.
Current Bid $80
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Lot 6095

Germany, 1928 (Sep 20) Southwest Germany Flight, Offenburg Drop plus America Flight (Michel 2Ic). unfranked Zeppelin-Eckener Fund card postmarked Offenburg, Sep 20; addressed to "Albert Lehmann, Crew Airship Graf Zeppelin, Air Station, Lakehurst, N.J. with red Oct 15 onboard datestamp, the day the Zeppelin arrived at Lakehurst, Fine to Very Fine. A unique usage apparently carried by Lehmann, who would later die in the crash of the Hindenburg.
Michel €650 ++ ($730) Estimate $500 - 750.
Current Bid $250
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Lot 6096

Germany, 1928 (Oct 11), Graf Zeppelin flight to America. A trio of envelopes from the flight from Friedrichshafen to Lakehurst; the first is autographed by Hugo Eckener and Grace M Hay Drummond Hay, in addition to 4 values of the Eagle airmail stamp, the 4RM Zeppelin issue is used for the first time; the second has a pair of the 2RM stamps and is signed by C E Rosendahl; the last envelope has the 4RM Zeppelin stamp and the autograph of the representative of the press, Karl von Weigand; the lot includes a lovely 20 page booklet circulated by the Chicago Herald and Examiner.
Estimate $500 - 750.
Current Bid $250
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Lot 6097

Germany, 1928 (Oct 11-15) America Flight, Friedrichshafen - Lakehurst (Michel 7). Cover franked with a 4m Zeppelin (C37) tied by an Oct 7 Friedrichshafen c.d.s.; boldly signed at the bottom by Capt. "Ernst A. Lehmann"; Lehmann would later die in the crash of the Hindenburg, Very Fine.
Estimate $250 - 350.
Current Bid $130
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Lot 6098

Germany, 1929 (Mar), Graf Zeppelin Orient flight. 6 envelopes and 3 postcards from the Mar 1929 flight; all originate at Friedrichshafen; 4 travel to Chicago, while others go to Alexandria, Cairo, Karachi, Germany, and Budapest;this was the first ship with a post office and these all were serviced there; 2 have the 2RM zeppelin stamp; bonus, at least a dozen pages of scrapbook with period newspaper clippings in English and German; 9 flown items. Shipping charges apply - weight 1.2 lbs.
Estimate $750 - 1,000.
Current Bid $375
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Lot 6099

Germany, 1929, Graf Zeppelin Mediterranean Sea Flight. Delightful group of superior examples from the Mediterranean Sea flight; includes a card (1RM) and letter (2RM Zeppelin stamp) with brand new cancel originating in Friedrichshafen; card and envelope that also have the S. Remo hand stamp from 25 Apr 1929; there is also an interesting pair with Austrian stamps that started in Vienna before traveling to Friedrichshafen, one is addressed to Madrid with the appropriate receiver mark on the reverse; 6 very clean examples.
Estimate $400 - 600.
Current Bid $200
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Lot 6100

Germany, 1929 (Mar 25), Orient Flight, Er Ramle Drop (Michel 18Ib,i). Card and cover with Er Ramle receivers, the card (a real photo of the Zeppelin in flight) franked with a 1m Eagle tied by a Mar 24 Friedrichshafen c.d.s.; the cover with a Mar 26 onboard cancel, Very Fine.
Michel €530 ($590) Estimate $200 - 300.
Current Bid $100
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Lot 6101

Germany, 1929 (Mar 25), Orient Flight, Er Ramle Drop (Michel 18Ia). Cover to Constantinople franked with 2m postage including a 15pf von Hindenburg booklet pane of 6+4 labels (Mi. H-B 59); backstamped Istanbul, Very Fine.
Michel €50 ++ ($60) Estimate $150 - 200.
Current Bid $80
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Lot 6102

Germany, 1929 (Apr 19) Southwest Germany Flight, Baden-Baden Drop (Michel 19Ic). Zeppelin picture postcard with red onboard datestamp and Baden-Baden Air Post slogan cancel, Very Fine.
Michel €400 ($450) Estimate $150 - 200.
Current Bid $80
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Lot 6103

Germany, 1929 (Apr 23-25) Mediterranean light, San Remo Drop (Michel 20IIdb). Matching card and cover with Apr 22 onboard cancels, Very Fine.
Michel €400 ($450) Estimate $150 - 200.
Current Bid $80
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Lot 6104

Germany, 1929 (May 16-17) Interrupted America Flight (Michel 23b). Cacheted cover franked with a 4m Zeppelin tied by a May 16 onboard cancel and signed by renowned Polar explorer, Hubert Wilkins and by Lt. Cmdr. Vincent A. Clarke, commander of the airship "Los Angeles"; includes a newspaper obituary for Commander Clarke, dated Aug 13, 1932, Very Fine.
Estimate $150 - 200.
Current Bid $150
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Lot 6105

Germany, 1929 (May 16-17) Interrupted America Flight, fascinating collection of 11 covers (Michel 23a). Matching group of four cards and 7 covers, with a marvelous assortment of unusual frankings, all made up by dealer Ernst Walter of Freiberg and mailed to collector John Strauss in Chicago; frankings include four 2m and four 4m Zeppelins with sheet margins (six are full corners!); all clean and Very Fine, Very Fine.
Michel €880+ ($990) Estimate $300 - 400.
Current Bid $150
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Lot 6106

Germany, 1929 (Aug 1-5) Resumed America Flight, Friedrichshafen - Lakehurst (Michel 27c). Matching unaddressed card and cover, hand carried and signed by Lt. Cmdr. Vincent A. Clarke, commander of the airship "Los Angeles"; franked with 2m & 4m Zeppelins, respectively, tied by Aug 3 onboard cancels with Aug 5 New York receivers; includes an Aug 13, 1932 newspaper obituary for Commander Clarke, Very Fine.
Michel €700 ($780) Estimate $300 - 0.
Current Bid $150
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Lot 6107

Germany, 1929 (Aug 7-Sep 4) Round-the-World Flight, Round Trip, Friedrichshafen - Friedrichshafen (Michel 29-32). A marvelous 4-way foldout cover, cacheted, stamped, canceled and backstamped on each leg: 1.) 4m Zeppelin tied by an Aug 16 onboard cancel and backstamped Tokyo on Aug 19; 2.) 4m Zeppelin tied by and Aug 25 onboard cancel and backstamped Los Angeles on Aug 26; 3.) 2m Zeppelin tied by an Aug 29 onboard cancel and backstamped Lakehurst the same day; and 4.) five U.S. stamps totaling $1.20, canceled Lakehurst, Aug 31, and backstamped Friedrichshafen on Sep 4; the first three legs are addressed in care of Helmsman, Ludwig Marx aboard the Zeppelin; the last leg to the cover's creator, stamp dealer Ferdinand Redwitz (misspelled "Reditz" on the cover) in Stuttgart (each segment also has an attractive private Zeppelin cachet, apparently also created by Redwitz). As would be expected, there is a bit of minor splitting at the ends of the folds, but the "cover" in otherwise in remarkably good shape. A spectacular, and likely unique, Zeppelin cover.
Estimate $1,500 - 2,000.
Current Bid $750
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Lot 6108

Germany, 1929 (Sep 11-12), Germany Flight, Bamberg Drop (Michel 33Im). Cover with red Sep 12 onboard datestamp and a 25pf von Hindenburg tied by a Bamberg c.d.s. of the same date, Very Fine.
Michel €700 ($780) Estimate $300 - 400.
Current Bid $200
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Lot 6109

Germany, 1929 (Sep 17-18) Germany Flight, Aachen Drop (Michel 34Ih). Cover with red Sep 17 onboard datestamp and a 25pf von Hindenburg tied by an Aachen slogan cancel of the same date; the cancel reads, "Aachen Heals Rheumatism, Gout, Sciatica and Nervous Disorders", Very Fine.
Michel €300 ($340) Estimate $150 - 200.
Current Bid $80
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Lot 6110

Germany, 1929 (Sep 17-18), Germany Flight, Osnabrück Drop (Michel 34Ij). Cover with red Sep 17 onboard datestamp and a 25pf von Hindenburg tied by an Osnabrück cds of the same date, Very Fine.
Michel €300 ($340) Estimate $150 - 200.
Current Bid $80
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Lot 6111

Germany, 1929 (Sep 26) Switzerland Flight, Lausanne Drop (Michel 35If). Picture postcard - aerial view of Duisburg - with 35pf postage tied by two Sep 26 onboard cancels with Lausanne Airmail receiver of the same date, Very Fine.
Michel €450 ($500) Estimate $200 - 300.
Current Bid $100
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Lot 6112

Germany, 1929 (Oct 23-24) Spain Flight, Basel Drop (Michel 43If). Plain card with 50pf postage tied by Oct 24 onboard cancel with Basel Airmail receiver of the same date, Very Fine.
Michel €800 ($900) Estimate $300 - 400.
Current Bid $150
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Lot 6113

Germany, 1930 (May 18-Jun 5) South America Flight, Friedrichshafen - Seville, Second Landing (Michel 67b). Dual-cacheted cover franked with a pair each of the 2m & 4m South America Flight Zeppelins (C38-C39) tied by a single May 19 onboard cancel with a Jun 6 Friedrichshafen backstamp, Very Fine.
Scott $1,275.
Michel €1,050 ($1,180) Estimate $300 - 400.
Current Bid $300
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Lot 6114

Germany, 1930 (May 18-25) South America Flight, Friedrichshafen - Rio de Janeiro (Michel 64a). Heavy linen envelope addressed to the Rio branch of the German Bank of South America franked with two each 2m & 4m South America Flight Zeppelins (C38-C39) tied by May 18 Friedrichshafen c.d.s.s, with red flight cachet and May 25 Rio backstamp; two vertical creases at the left, not the affecting stamps, Fine to Very Fine. A rare triple rate commercial cover.
Scott $1,275.
Michel €725+ ($810) Estimate $300 - 400.
Current Bid $250
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Lot 6115

Germany, 1930 (May 18-Jun 6) South America Flight, 14 different German despatches (Michel 62//68). All different legs or frankings, seven cards and seven covers franked with 2m or 4m South America Flight Zeppelins including a card and a cover to Rio with additional Condor Syndicate Semi-Official Airmails, two cards and a cover marked for Havana but with only show Lakehurst receivers, and a cover with four 2m and a 4m flown Friedrichshafen - Friedrichshafen, Fine to Very Fine.
Scott $7,950.
Michel €6,740 ($7,560) Estimate $1,200 - 1,800.
Current Bid $1,200
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Lot 6116

Germany, 1930 (May 18-Jun 6) South America Flight, 10 different German despatches (Michel 62//68). Five cards and five covers, all with 2m or 4m South America Flight Zeppelins including a card with two 2m marked for Havana but with only a Lakehurst receiver (counted as Lakehurst), a cover with three 4m flown Friedrichshafen - Seville (2nd landing), and a card with one of each, Friedrichshafen - Friedrichshafen; includes both a card and a cover to Rio de Janeiro and the same for the Bahia drop, Very Fine.
Scott $5,250.
Michel €4,585 ($5,140) Estimate $800 - 1,200.
Current Bid $650
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Lot 6117

Germany, 1930 (May 18-Jun 6) South America Flight, nine different German despatches (Michel 62//68). Six cards and three covers, all but one with 2m or 4m South America Flight Zeppelins including a cover and a card with two 2m — the cover is a Bahia drop (there is also card dropped over Bahia) and the card is marked for Havana but only shows a Lakehurst receiver (counted as Lakehurst) — and a cover with three 4m flown Friedrichshafen - Friedrichshafen; the only item without a Zeppelin franking is bears a complete set of the 1929 Charity stamps (B28-32), properly paying the 1m rate (1.03m) from Friedrichshafen to Seville on the outbound voyage., Very Fine.
Scott $4,365.
Michel €3,795 ($4,250) Estimate $600 - 800.
Current Bid $475
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Lot 6118

Germany, 1930 (May 18-Jun 6) South America Flight, eight different German despatches (Michel 62//66). Five cards and three covers, all but one with 2m or 4m South America Flight Zeppelins including a card and a cover to Rio de Janeiro and a card and a cover dropped over Bahia, Very Fine.
Scott $3,525.
Michel €3,245 ($3,640) Estimate $500 - 750.
Current Bid $450
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Lot 6119

Germany, 1930 (May 18-Jun 2) South America Flight, Friedrichshafen - Recife, Praia Drop - Havana (Michel 66Ib var.). Dual-cacheted card franked with a 2m South America Flight Zeppelin (C38) tied by a May 19 onboard cancel with a May 21 Praia backstamp and a Jun 2 Havana Airmail receiver on the front, Very Fine and rare.
Michel €990 ($1,110) Estimate $400 - 600.
Current Bid $200
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Lot 6120

Germany, 1930 (May 18-31) South America Flight, Friedrichshafen - Lakehurst (Michel 66Ib var.). Dual-cacheted card franked with a 4m South America Flight Zeppelin (C39) with the "lightning bolt near the eagle" variety (Mi. 439IX) tied by a May 19 onboard cancel with a May 31 Lakehurst receiver at the bottom; card was prepared for Havana but did not receive the Havana backstamp, Very Fine.
Michel €640 ($720) Estimate $300 - 400.
Current Bid $150
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Lot 6121

Germany, 1930 (May 18-31) South America Flight, Friedrichshafen - Lakehurst (Michel 66a var.). Cover franked with a 2m and two 4m South America Flight Zeppelins (C38-C39), the lower left 4m with the "lightning bolt near the stern of the airship" variety (Mi. 439IIY), canceled Friedrichshafen, May 18, and backstamped Lakehurst on May 31, Very Fine.
Scott $975+.
Michel €1,015 ($1,140) Estimate $300 - 400

The rate for mail to the U.S. was 4m for cards and 8m for covers, but those rates were initially published as 5m & 10m, hence the 2m "overpayment"
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Current Bid $300
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Lot 6122

Germany, 1930 (May 18-31) South America Flight, Friedrichshafen - Lakehurst (Michel 66b). Behrens News Office Zeppelin envelope franked with two 2m and a 4m South America Flight Zeppelins (C38-C39), the left 2m with the "moon over the airship" variety (Mi. 438IY), canceled onboard on May 19 and backstamped Lakehurst on May 31, Very Fine.
Scott $975+.
Michel €1,025 ($1,150) Estimate $300 - 400.
Current Bid $300
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Lot 6123

Germany, 1930 (May 18-31) South America Flight, Friedrichshafen - Lakehurst (Michel 66b). Behrens News Office Zeppelin envelope franked with two 2m and a 4m South America Flight Zeppelins (C38-C39), the l4m with the "lightning bolt near the eagle" variety (Mi. 439IX), canceled onboard on May 19 and backstamped Lakehurst on May 31, Very Fine.
Scott $975+.
Michel €1,025 ($1,150) Estimate $300 - 400.
Current Bid $150
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Lot 6124

Germany, 1930 (May 18-31) South America Flight, Friedrichshafen - Lakehurst (Michel 67b). Dual-cacheted cover franked with two 2m and a 4m South America Flight Zeppelin (C38-C39) canceled with May 19 onboard cancels, and backstamped Lakehurst on May 31; the cover bears an unusual printed cachet reproducing a Zeppelin South America Service postcard, Very Fine.
Scott $975.
Michel €825 ($920) Estimate $300 - 400.
Current Bid $300
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Lot 6125

Germany, 1930 (May 18-Jun 6) South America Flight, Round Trip, Friedrichshafen - Friedrichshafen (Michel 68b). Matching dual-cacheted card and cover franked with three 2m and three 4m South America Flight Zeppelins, respectively (C38-C39) tied by May 19 onboard cancels with Jun 6 Friedrichshafen receivers, Very Fine.
Scott $1,950.
Michel €1,675 ($1,880) Estimate $500 - 750.
Current Bid $500
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Lot 6126

Germany, 1930 (May 18-Jun 5) South America Flight, Friedrichshafen - Friedrichshafen, Round Trip (Michel 68b). Dual-cacheted cover franked with four 2m and a 4m South America Flight Zeppelins (C38-C39) tied by May 19 onboard cancels with a Jun 6 Friedrichshafen backstamp, minor, insignificant corner bend at the lower right, otherwise Very Fine. An uncommon make-up of the 12m rate.
Scott $1,575.
Michel €1,075 ($1,200) Estimate $350 - 500.
Current Bid $350
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Lot 6127

Germany, 1930 (May 18-Jun 6) South America Flight, Round Trip, Friedrichshafen - Friedrichshafen (Michel 68b). Dual-cacheted cover franked with two 2m and two 4m South America Flight Zeppelins (C38-C39) tied by May 19 onboard cancels with a Jun 6 Friedrichshafen backstamp, Very Fine.
Scott $1,175.
Michel €1,075 ($1,200) Estimate $300 - 400.
Current Bid $150
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Lot 6128

Germany, 1933 Chicago Flight, seven different legs (Michel 347/355). All on matching airmail envelopes and franked with Chicago Flight Zeppelins: to Pernambuco, Rio de Janeiro (canceled Friedrichshafen), Miami, Akron, Chicago, Seville and Friedrichshafen, Very Fine.
Scott $2,800.
Michel €2,765 ($3,100) Estimate $500 - 750.
Current Bid $325
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Lot 6129

Germany, 1933 Chicago Flight, seven different legs (Michel 347/355). All on matching airmail envelopes and franked with Chicago Flight Zeppelins: to Pernambuco, Rio de Janeiro (canceled Friedrichshafen), Miami, Akron, Chicago, Seville and Friedrichshafen, Very Fine.
Scott $2,800.
Michel €2,765 ($3,100) Estimate $500 - 750.
Current Bid $325
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Lot 6130

Germany, 1933 (Oct 14-Nov 2) Chicago Flight, Round Trip, Friedrichshafen - Friedrichshafen (Michel 355b). Registered cover franked with the complete set of Chicago Flight Zeppelins (C43-C45) tied by Oct 14 Berlin c.d.s.s with red Berlin connecting flight and Zeppelin flight cachets and green Friedrichshafen backstamp, Fine to Very Fine. A rare franking.
Scott $1,165.
Michel €905 ($1,020) Estimate $300 - 400.
Current Bid $250
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Lot 6131

Germany, 1933 (Oct 14-25), Chicago Flight, Friedrichshafen - Chicago (Michel 347b). Card & cover, each franked with a 2m Chicago Flight Zeppelin (C44) plus additional postage tied by Berlin c.d.s.s with red Berlin connecting flight and Zeppelin flight cachets; the card is an advertising card published by the "Romanoff Caviar Man, Ferdinand Hansen", the back of the card with printed Zeppelin Flight details and signed by Hansen, Very Fine and unusual.
Michel €630+ ($710) Estimate $200 - 300.
Current Bid $80
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Lot 6132

Germany, 1936 (5-11 Aug) 6th South America Flight, Round Trip, Frankfurt - Frankfurt (Michel 33/34). Cover franked with an Oympics souvenir sheet (B92, Mi. Block 6), with an Aug 3 Olympics cancel, a magenta flight cachet and a central Aug 11 onboard c.d.s.; no address on the front, small handstamp of "Julias B. Bock, Air Mail Specialist, Berlin Halensee" on the reverse, Very Fine. Very scarce.
Estimate $300 - 400.
Current Bid $150
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Lot 6133

Greece, 1933 (May 6-9), First South America Flight, Friedrichshafen - Pernambuco (Michel 294b). Registered cover to Buenos Aires franked with 84d postage canceled Athens, May 5, with Berlin connecting flight cachet and other appropriate markings, Very Fine.
Michel €400 ($450) Estimate $200 - 300.
Current Bid $100
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Lot 6134

Greece, 1933 (May 29-Jun 6), Italy Flight, Rome - Friedrichshafen - Pernambuco (Michel 304Hcb). Registered cover franked with the complete Zeppelin set (C5-7) plus an additional 16d postage (front & back) canceled Athens, May 27, with all appropriate markings, Very Fine.
Michel €780 ($870) Estimate $300 - 400.
Current Bid $325
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Lot 6135

Iceland, 1931 (Jun 30-Jul 3), Iceland Flight, Reykjavik - Friedrichshafen (Michel 193Ab, d). Matched Registered card and cover, each franked with Zeppelin stamps, 30a + 1k and 30a + 2k, respectively, with all appropriate markings, Very Fine.
Michel €370 ($420) Estimate $200 - 300.
Current Bid $100
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Lot 6136

Ireland, 1933 (Jun 3-6), Second South America Flight, Friedrichshafen - Pernambuco (Michel 305b). Registered cover to Buenos Aires franked with 1s6d postage canceled Dublin, May 31, with green Zeppelin and red Berlin connecting flight cachets and Buenos Aires backstamps, Very Fine.
Michel €450 ($500) Estimate $200 - 300.
Current Bid $100
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Lot 6137

Italy, 1930 (May 18-31) South America Flight, Friedrichshafen - Lakehurst (Michel 66b). Picture postcard franked with 1.30L postage (front & back) canceled Rome, May 10, and two German 2m South America Flight Zeppelins (one on front, one on back) canceled onboard, Apr 19, with red flight cachet and green Lakehurst receiver; addressed to Zeppelin Company representative, F.W. von Meister, in New York; the Zeppelin on the picture side of the card has a small abrasion where it appears that a bit of debris that was on the paper during printing has been removed, otherwise Very Fine, . One of only three pieces of mail originating in Italy carried from Friedrichshafen to Lakehurst (two cards and one cover).
Michel €4,000 ($4,480) Estimate $1,500 - 2,000.
Current Bid $750
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Lot 6138

Italy, 1930 (May 18-19) South America Flight, Friedrichshafen - Seville, First Landing (Michel 62b). Cover franked with 1.425L postage canceled Rome, May 10, and a German 2m South America Flight Zeppelin canceled onboard, Apr 19, with red flight cachet and two different Seville backstamps, Very Fine. Only nine cards and five covers from Italy were carried.
Michel €1,500 ($1,680) Estimate $600 - 800.
Current Bid $500
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Lot 6139

Japan, 1929, Tokyo leg of Graf Zeppelin world flight. 15 pieces documenting the Asian portion of the World Tour; two covers and two postcards are addressed to Los Angeles, one has autographs of airline representative Jack Richardson and US Navy Commander C E Rosendahl, both have Los Angeles receiving marks; three covers and four postcards were sent to Lakehurst, autographs on the postcards include C E Rosendahl, Grace M Hays Drummond Hays and Jack Richardson; there is also an envelope bound for Friedrichshafen and three unflown commemorative period covers.
Estimate $800 - 1,200.
Current Bid $400
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Lot 6140

Japan, 1929 (Aug 23-Sep 4), Round-the-World Flight, Tokyo - Friedrichshafen (Michel 32Ea). Picture postcard franked with 2.56¥ postage tied by Aug 21 Tokyo c.d.s.s with red flight cachet and Friedrichshafen backstamp, Very Fine.
Michel €800 ($900) Estimate $350 - 500.
Current Bid $180
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Lot 6141

Liechtenstein, 1930 (May 18-21) South America Flight, Friedrichshafen - Cape Verde (Michel 63I). 20rp postal card franked with an additional 2.30fr postage canceled Triesenberg, May 12, with all appropriate markings, Very Fine. Only 48 cards and 15 covers from Liechtenstein were carried.
Michel €600 ($670) Estimate $300 - 400.
Current Bid $150
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Lot 6142

Liechtenstein, 1931 (Jun 10), Liechtenstein Flight, Lausanne Drop (Michel 185Ia, b). Card & cover franked with 1fr & 2fr Zeppelin, respectively (C7-8), each tied by red flight cachet with Vaduz & Lausanne c.d.s.s alongside, Very Fine.
Zumstein F7-8; SFr 875 ($870).
Michel €470 ($530) Estimate $200 - 300.
Current Bid $100
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Lot 6143

Netherlands, 1929 (Aug 1-5), Continuation of First America Flight, Friedrichshafen - Lakehurst (Michel 27). 7½c stamped envelope with 2.30 additional postage canceled Groningen, May 7, with all appropriate markings, Very Fine.
Michel €300 ($340) Estimate $150 - 200.
Current Bid $80
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Lot 6144

Paraguay, 1930 South America Flight, Rio - Lakehurst, then Steamer "Europa" and Catapult to Amsterdam (Michel 66Eb). 70c postal card addressed to Cottbus, Germany with an additional 2.10p postage canceled by two strikes of the Zeppelin flight cachet and carried to Lakehurst; the card was then held until October 3, when a U.S. 20¢ Airmail (C9) was added and canceled at New York; Europa arrived in Amsterdam on Oct 9, where the card received the two red Catapult handstamps and was carried by German airplane to Berlin, arriving (backstamped) later that same day, Very Fine. One of only five such cards recorded.
Graue-Leder K X1; $3,000.
Michel €3,000 ($3,360) Estimate $1,500 - 2,000.
Current Bid $750
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Lot 6145

Russia, 1930 (Sep 11), Moscow Flt, Moscow - Friedrichshafen (Michel 122Ag). Zeppelin picture postcard franked with a 40k Zeppelin (C12) plus a 10k Worker tied by ordinary Sep 10 Moscow c.d.s.s instead of the special Zeppelin cachet/cancel; Friedrichshafen receiver at the lower left, Fine to Very Fine. Very scarce without the special cancel.
Michel €500 ($560) Estimate $200 - 300.
Current Bid $100
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Lot 6146

Russia, 1931 (Jul 26-27), Polar Flight, Leningrad - Malyguin (Michel 204Ae). Registered picture postcard incorrectly franked on the picture side with imperf 1r & 35k Zeppelins (C27-C28) instead of the 1r & 30k, with all appropriate markings; the card pictures the equestrian statue of Peter the Great in St. Petersburg's Senate Square; there is a horizontal crease across the bottom of the card and a small abrasion at the top center, otherwise Very Fine. A very scarce, incorrectly franked card.
Michel €1,200 ($1,340) Estimate $300 - 400.
Current Bid $150
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Lot 6147

Saar, 1930 (May 18-21) South America Flight, Friedrichshafen - Cape Verde (Michel 63I). Zeppelin picture postcard franked with 12fr postage canceled Saarbrüchen, May 15, with all appropriate markings; card pictures an airship over a mountain village, Very Fine. 80 cards and 44 covers from Saar were carried.
Michel €300 ($340) Estimate $150 - 200.
Current Bid $80
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Lot 6148

San Marino, 1933 (May 29-Jun), Italy Flight, Rome - Friedrichshafen, Barcelona Drop (Michel 304Dba). Registered picture postcard franked with a 3L Zeppelin (C11) plus an additional 2.25L postage with green "CITTA" flight cachet and Jun 4 Barcelona receiver, Very Fine.
Michel €650 ($730) Estimate $300 - 400.
Current Bid $150
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Lot 6149

Spain, 1930 South America Flight, nine different Seville despatches (Michel 63Aa//68Ad). Nine covers or cards with various with appropriate frankings and markings including Seville-Lakehurst and Seville-Seville with German flight cachet, Very Fine.
Michel €1,850 ($2,070) Estimate $600 - 800.
Current Bid $350
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Lot 6150

Spain, 1930 South America Flight, seven different Seville despatches (Michel 63Aa//68Ad). Nine covers or cards with various with appropriate frankings and markings including Seville-Lakehurst and Seville-Seville with German flight cachet, Very Fine.
Michel €1,570 ($1,760) Estimate $500 - 750.
Current Bid $250
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Lot 6151

Spain, 1930 (May 18-Jun 5) South America Flight, Round Trip, Seville - Seville (Michel 67Aa,b). Properly franked card and cover canceled Seville, May 17 & 18, respectively, the card with the German flight cachet, the cover with the Spanish flight cachet, both with the U.S. flight cachet and a Jun 5 Seville backstamp, Very Fine.
Michel €550 ($620) Estimate $200 - 300.
Current Bid $100
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Lot 6152

Spain, 1930 (May 20-21) South America Flight, Seville - Cape Verde (Michel 63IAb). Cover franked with 8p postage canceled Seville, May 17, with red flight cachet and Praia backstamp, Very Fine.
Michel €750 ($840) Estimate $300 - 400.
Current Bid $150
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Lot 6153

Spain, 1930 (May 20-21) South America Flight, Seville - Cape Verde (Michel 63IAb). Card franked with 4p postage canceled Seville, May 17, with red flight cachet and Praia receiver on the front, Very Fine.
Michel €750 ($840) Estimate $300 - 400.
Current Bid $150
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Lot 6154

Spain, 1930 (May 20-Jun 2) South America Flight, Seville (1st landing) - Friedrichshafen (Michel 68Aa). Card franked with 12p postage canceled Seville, May 19, with Spanish & U.S. flight cachets and Jun 6 Friedrichshafen backstamp, Very Fine.
Michel €1,500 ($1,680) Estimate $600 - 800.
Current Bid $300
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Lot 6155

Spain, 1930 (May 20-Jun 2) South America Flight, Seville (1st landing) - Friedrichshafen (Michel 68Aa). Card franked with 12p postage canceled Seville, May 19, with Spanish & U.S. flight cachets and Jun 6 Friedrichshafen backstamp, Very Fine.
Michel €1,500 ($1,680) Estimate $600 - 800.
Current Bid $400
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Lot 6156

Spain, 1930 (May 20-31) South America Flight, Seville - Lakehurst (Michel 66Ab). Matching cover and card franked with 16p & 8p, respectively, canceled Seville, May 17, with German & U.S. flight cachets and Lakehurst receivers, both on the front, Very Fine. Both have typewritten instructions for Havana, but neither is backstamped there.
Michel €800 ($900) Estimate $300 - 400.
Current Bid $150
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Lot 6157

Spain, 1930 (May 20-31) South America Flight, Seville - Lakehurst (Michel 66Ab). Matching cover and card franked with 16p & 8p, respectively, canceled Seville, May 17, with German & U.S. flight cachets and Lakehurst backstamps, Very Fine.
Michel €800 ($900) Estimate $300 - 400.
Current Bid $150
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Lot 6158

Spain, 1930 (May 20-31) South America Flight, Seville - Lakehurst (Michel 66Ab). Matching cover and card franked with 16p & 8p, respectively, canceled Seville, May 17, with German & U.S. flight cachets and Lakehurst backstamps, Very Fine.
Michel €800 ($900) Estimate $300 - 400.
Current Bid $150
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Lot 6159

Spain, 1930 (May 20-31) South America Flight, Seville - Havana (Michel 66IAa). Cover franked with 16p postage canceled Seville, May 19, with Spanish & U.S. flight cachets and Jun 2 Havana Airmail backstamp, Very Fine.
Michel €500 ($560) Estimate $200 - 300.
Current Bid $100
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