Sale 5121

Lot 4233

[Arizona] Liberty, Statue of Liberty, three perfect strikes tie 33¢ postage on a Jan 23, 1952 Registered cover to Floyd Shockley in Indianapolis, Very Fine.
Loso - deWindt N-470.
Suggested Bid $200

Lot 4437

1923, $1 violet brown on a 1928 Graf Zeppelin America Flight cover, Lakehurst to Friedrichshafen (Scott 571), used with a 5¢ blue (557) and A.C. Roessler's unauthorized 1¢ "GRAF ZEPPELIN" overprint, tied by Oct 28 Lakehurst duplexes on a Roessler Zeppelin cacheted cover to Friedrichshafen; purple U.S. flight cachet is very faint, otherwise Very Fine.
Suggested Bid $225

Lot 4490


1860, 5¢ brown, type II (Scott 30A), horizontal pair, rich color on clean paper, with nice red grid cancels adding interest, F.-V.F. Scott $575 .
Suggested Bid $300

Lot 5258


Rocket Mail Flights, 1936 (Jul 2), McAllen, Tex. - Reynosa, Mexico, 1st International Rocket Mail, a mint, NH sheet of 4 of each of the two stamps, plus a flown cover of each, McAllen-Reynosa and Reynosa-McAllen, Very Fine, E-Z 11A1a, 11C1, 12A1a, 12C1, .
Suggested Bid $400

Lot 5392

Parcel Post, 1¢ pair and 5¢ (Scott Q1, Q5), tied by partial Jun 18 "U.S. Postal Agency, Shanghai, China" c.d.s.s on a large piece of parcel wrapper with part of a mailing label from Samuel & Co., Shanghai.
Suggested Bid $225

Lot 5627

Canada, Special Delivery, 1927, 20¢ Confederation (Scott E3b), horizontal pair imperforate vertically, o.g., never hinged, with radiant color and crystal-clear detail, all wonderfully centered (especially for this!) on immaculate paper, Very Fine to Extremely Fine, 250 pairs known.
Unitrade C$500 ($370). Scott $275 .
Suggested Bid $300

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