Deborah Friedman Collection of Colombian Airmail; U.S. & Worldwide Stamps
November 7, 2007 and November 13-15, 2007

ImagesDescriptionCurrent Bid
Lot #218
COLOMBIA Registration Stamps
1921 selection, including "R" type III on 5c and 15c (used on piece), also a single, plus 20c (two), 50c used and unused, the latter signed Alex Rendon, Kessler, fine-v.f., scarce
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Price Realized
$260.00

Lot #219
COLOMBIA Registration Stamps
1921 Handstamped "R", selection of 11 items on pages including R in violet on 10c (1923 issue), horizontal pair used with 1peso etc. on large piece of Registered parcel from Medellin, R in violet, black, blue on 20c (1921 issue) used and unused, also on large piece used together with block of seven of 2peso (apparently the largest known used multiple of this value), R in gray black on 20c on registered cover from Cartagena via Barranquilla to Bogot, fine and scarce group
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Price Realized
$450.00

Lot #220
COLOMBIA Registration Stamps
1921 Registration Handstamps, 10c green sheet margin block of eight, handstamped type I, with "Honda" at top (stated to be the largest recorded multiple), also a used single, inverted handstamp, double handstamp, one inverted, plus another used single, handstamped in red, fine lot
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Catalog #San.59-60,var
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Lot #221
COLOMBIA Registration Stamps
1921 Registration Handstamps, 10c slate green, five singles, two with red "R" handstamp type I, used with additional franking on registered cover from Bogot, May 17, 1923 to New York, v.f., with arrival pmks, ex-Harmer collection
Envelope
Catalog #San.60
Price Realized
$750.00

Lot #222
COLOMBIA Registration Stamps
1921 Registration Handstamps, 10c slate green red "R" and 20c red brown, with blue (very rare) "R" type I handstamps, used with additional franking on large part of a registered coverfront paying the 8-times northbound rate of $1.70 from Bogot, Feb.1, 1923 to Medellin
Catalog #San.60,66
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Lot #223
COLOMBIA Registration Stamps
1921 Registration Handstamps, 20c red brown, horizontal pair, right stamp only with violet "R" type I handstamp, used with 1peso on registered cover from Barranquilla to Bogot, paying the 4-times southbound rate, plus Registration fee, little toning, otherwise fine
Envelope
Catalog #San.63var
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Lot #224
COLOMBIA Registration Stamps
1921 Registration Handstamps, 20c red brown, handstamped with violet "R" type III on 20c (1921), used with additional franking, incl. bisected half of 3c, on cover (reduced at left), registered from Santa Marta, March 13, 1923 to Bogot, v.f.
Envelope
Catalog #San.71
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Lot #225
COLOMBIA Registration Stamps
1921 Registration Handstamps, 20c red brown, handstamped with violet "R" type III on 20c (1921), used with 50c blue, on large part of registered cover from Girardot, 17.4.1923 to Cartagena
Envelope
Catalog #San.71
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Lot #226
COLOMBIA Registration Stamps
1921-23 Registered cover franked with 1p (1921) and 20c, 30c and "R" on 20c (1923) used with government franking from Bogot, July 12, 1923 to Switzerland, fine mixed franking combination, with arrival pmk
Envelope
Catalog #C32/CF1
Price Realized
$250.00

Lot #227
COLOMBIA Registration Stamps
1921 Registered business size cover from Bogot to Barranquilla, franked with three diff. adhesives incl. 30c green, 20c handstamped "R" etc., red departure pmks, also four-line Scadta cachet, some toning, otherwise fine (Kessler 52)
Envelope
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Lot #228
COLOMBIA Registration Stamps
1921 Registered cover (reduced at left and opened for display) from Bogot to USA, franked with four diff. adhesives incl. 30c green, 20c handstamped "R" etc., New York and Chicago transit, Philadelphia arrival pmks, fine (Kessler 53)
Envelope
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Lot #229
COLOMBIA Registration Stamps
1923 Overprinted "R" on 20c gray, selection of 18 covers, variety of frankings and usages, some illustrated, mostly fine-v.f., scarce group of covers
Envelope
Catalog #CF1
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Lot #230
COLOMBIA Registration Stamps
1923 20c gray, overprinted "Recommendado" in red box, h.r., fine, possibly an essay of the "R" overprint
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Catalog #CF1E
Price Realized
$260.00

Lot #231
COLOMBIA Registration Stamps
1923 Manuscript "R" in red on 20c, also another "R 20" in black pencil on 30c blue, used on portions of covers, one from Medellin, August 29, 1928, the other from Barranquilla, September 5, 1931, also 1930 registered cover with manuscript "R" in blue crayon on 10c, fine-v.f., unusual trio, first two ex-Harmer collection
Envelope
Catalog #CF1var
Price Realized
$325.00

Lot #232
COLOMBIA Registration Stamps
1923 (June 4) Issue, 10c bright green, vertical pair, each handstamped with type III "R" of Cienaga in red, applied to meet the 20c registration fee, used August 4, 1923 with additional franking on registered cover to Bogot, some cover creases, otherwise fine, signed Alex Rendon, with Friedl cert. This is the cover of record from which Sanabria listing was made and according to the certificate "in all probability the only two copies known of this variety." The "R" handstamps were applied after stamps were already placed on cover
Envelope
Catalog #San.79a
Price Realized
$1,500.00

Lot #233
COLOMBIA Registration Stamps
1923 (June 4) Issue, 20c gray, handstamped with type III "R" of Cienaga in red, applied to meet the 20c registration fee, used July 21, 1923 with additional franking on registered cover to Bogot, signed Alex Rendon. During July and August, 1923, the Cienaga SCADTA office ran out of registration stamps and produced a provisional "R" handstamp which was applied after stamp was already placed on cover. A rarity, the only recorded cover with 20c, overprinted type III
Envelope
Catalog #San.89c
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Lot #234
COLOMBIA Registration Stamps
1929 Selection of 15 registered covers, all with "R" on 20c, used in combination with other issues to mostly USA or Germany, mixed condition
Envelope
Catalog #CF2
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Lot #1449
COLOMBIA Registration Stamps
1917 4c green and ultramarine, center inverted, l.h., some toned spots, otherwise v.f., rare,
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Catalog #F23a
Catalog Value $ 575
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